Next Episode of Remotely Funny is
Season 2 / Episode 1 and airs on 26 February 2018 16:00
International Vlogger Saara dives wirelessly into the lives of three contenders for the ultimate wifi gameshow, setting crazy challenges for them and their families and causing havoc round their homes.In each episode three children living all over the UK will connect remotely via webcam and compete against each other to win samojis. The challenges include Bedroom Bonanza, Toilet Takedown, Food Flash and prepare to cringe big style in Remotely Funny Families, as mums and dads dance or sing their way to samoji success. In the final game, contestants need their wits about them, and an absurdly loud home-made buzzer, as this is the moment they can go from third to first and be crowned ‘Remotely Funny Champion'. There will also be surprise celebrity guests along the way.
Saara is in Hawaii, where she connects to Axelle from Basingstoke, Arwen from Lincolnshire and Dan from Hartlepool. But only one of them will win - who will it be?
Tune in to see Harry in South Lanarkshire, Thea in Northampton and Eve in Huddersfield make a total mess of their homes as they compete against each other for the Remotely Funny hoodie. Connecting them all from Thailand is vlogger Saara. This is the show that answers all the important questions, like how many years does the average person spend on the toilet, and is being humiliated by your parents' singing worth it if you win samojis? Harry loves Saara's Finnish gravy so much he sprays it over his dad in Food Flash and there's some dodgy rule-bending in Remotely Funny Families but only one person can walk away with the hottest of hot prizes- the legendary Remotely Funny hoodies.
Coming in wirelessly from Germany, vlogger Saara connects three more contenders for more hilarity round their houses. Up for the challenge and their chance to win top of the line loungewear - the Remotely Funny hoodie - are Manon in Derbyshire, Rion in London and Madeleine in Hertfordshire. They face a rogue cockatoo in Loo Tube, have to guess what percentage of a jellyfish is made up of water in Toilet Takedown and suffer extreme embarrassment as their parents try to finish the lyrics.
Saara is in France and connecting Rowan in Glasgow, Stella in Leicestershire, and Jennifer from the Scottish Borders via the power of remote Wi-Fi for crazy samoji-winning antics round their houses. Who will estimate the closest answer in Toilet Takedown? What happens in Loo Tube when Grandma blows out the candles on her birthday cake? Will any mums and dads master the Chilean fireman dance routine?
Saara connects three contestants from all over the UK via remote Wi-Fi for games and mayhem. Saara is connecting from Brokenwind to Molly from Middlesbrough and Grace from the West Midlands. She's joined by a surprise celebrity guest who'll be hoping he doesn't 'whoops' or...'miss the bus'! Expect ping-pong related chaos in the kitchen, singing that really is pants in the living room and a wind-up battle to end all battles in the bathroom. Can anyone beat a CBBC celeb to get their hands on TV's ultimate prize - the Remotely Funny hoodie?
After travelling the world in search of the perfect cuppa, Saara has remotely located herself in Lost, but she has found Olivia in London, Ayana in Leicester and Zeph in Cornwall, to compete via the internet for the hottest hoodie in town. Can they survive a cringetastic round of Finnish the Lyrics, persuade parents to stack onion rings on their heads or go for gold in the water bottle challenge? It's all to play for in the sweatiest, home-based game show on TV.
Saara continues her tour of the UK with a stop in Nether Wallop, Hampshire. She connects with Emma in Essex, Marius in Edinburgh and Rosie in Croydon for more Remotely Funny fun. Three contenders get revenge on their parents by feeding them cold baby food, but are they still cackling with glee when faced with one of Saara's Toilet Takedown questions and dancing in the living room with pants on their heads? All for the love of Samojis and a bid to win the truly one-off Remotely Funny hoodie?
Saara continues her visit to the UK and connects remotely from the infamous Donkey Town with Freddie from Lincolnshire, Ashley from north London and Grish from Warwickshire. There'll be a face full of geography in Flag Face, a breakfast unboxing match in the kitchen and Wind-Up Warriors - all in an attempt to win the Remotely Funny hoodie. So fill the fridge and clean the toilet because Saara is dropping in with a sack full of chaos.
Three more players are in with the chance of becoming a Remotely Funny champion. They are Lyle from Glasgow, Shazia from north London and Tabby from Hertford who'll be using the powers of the internet to connect to Saara in Ugley for more round-the-house madness. Challenges include Remotely Funny favourite Finnish the Lyrics and as it's Saara's Birthday - what better way to celebrate than turning the parents into a birthday Cake Face? All that and some very revealing answers in Saara's bonus Home Truths game, but who will go the full distance and reign victorious in the Decider - the final chance to claim the Remotely Funny crown?
Three more players are in with the chance of becoming a Remotely Funny champion. They are Naiara from Edinburgh, Megan from Fife and David from Bushey. There's parent wrapping, ping pong ball throwing and Saara's ground-breaking bonus round of Guess How Much It Holds. Plus Wind Up Warriors, featuring three rampaging rodents going head-to-head in the race of the century.
Three more players are in with the chance of becoming a Remotely Funny champion. They are Lucy from Surrey, Rhys in Norfolk and a mystery celebrity duo. Saara sets challenges from a virtual hub in Trump Street, London. Players must not forget the loo rolls for Toilet Takedown, boxing gloves for The Unboxing Match or to hop on one leg while shouting 'David Beckham' in a heated game of Do Wear Shout. There's also monkey mayhem in the wind-up toy race of the century.
Three more players are in with the chance of becoming a Remotely Funny champion. Scratchy Bottom anyone? That's where Saara's coming from remotely, whilst connecting Yvie from Devon, Gregor from Wiltshire and Michelle from Newport for more crazy samoji-winning antics in their homes. Which parent will be working that nappy in Big Babies? Who can pull off the best living room dance moves in Strictly Cringe? Plus who will be flush with samojis after Toilet Takedown?
Saara continues to be baffled by place names, particularly when she finds herself in Ramsbottom, Great Manchester. She connects remotely to three wannabe winners, Ariana from Wiltshire, Scarlett from Edinburgh and Emma from Hertfordshire. They turn their homes upside down in the pursuit of Remotely Funny fame but it won't be easy as their families take on the cringe-inducing Your Singing's Pants, biscuit towers are built on team members' heads and there's a pesky Pause Button bonus challenge.
Saara visits Dull in Perthshire, Scotland, to infuse it with her own unique sense of humour but there's nothing boring about what she has in store for Amelia in East Lothian, Joe in Cornwall and Libby in Bolton. She serves up samojis left, right and centre when chins become pop stars for a lip-syncing challenge, parents get dressed as babies and there are some very awkward Home Truths to be told in the bonus challenge. Plus the Wind Up Warriors are hamsters in the toy race of the century.
Saara Forsberg(Saara Forsberg)
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