You're Skitting Me is an Australian sketch comedy show for kids, starring a great cast of young Australian talent and featuring a random mix of characters, parodies and animations.
You’re Skitting Me - Series 2 delivers another 13 sketch comedy episodes, an edgy mix of zombies, superheroes, scary Girl Guides, Romans, parodies of Dr Who, Masterchef and Gollum, as well as some offbeat animations featuring Vomit Boy and a new twist on fairy tales.
You’re Skitting Me – Series 2 is aimed at children aged 10 to 15 years, but its contagious humour will be sure to provide a laugh for everyone else too!
You're Skitting Me - Series 2 is the latest in sketch comedy for kids. The sketches are an edgy mix of zombies, superheros, scary Girl Guides, Romans, parodies of Dr Who, Masterchef and Gollum as well as some offbeat animations featuring Vomit Boy and a new twist on fairy tales. The show stars an ensemble of six teenagers cast for their comic skills. Cosmo, Jake, Hayden, Mia, Molly and Rowan are fresh, funny, unpredictable and different. YSM was made with high production values, is tightly formatted and fast paced. It has the familiarity of format that will appeal to young viewers, but a sophistication of material that can be enjoyed by everyone. Warning: the ROFL effect watching YSM has serious consequences.
Episode 1 kicks off with advice on how to know if someone has a crush on you. We see the latest ‘cops’ style reality show “Prefects” and a touching report about a girl who has never seen Masterchef. We go back to find out what the Roman’s make of football, and there are two hnew products from the YSM generic brand Gomadd; Barf in a Bag when you want to vomit to get out of a boring task, and Air Puffs, the breakfast snack made of air. The original animations include a reworking of Jack and the Beanstalk. other sketches we learn about no-undies Friday,. What would happen if Monolopy Is Real, and find out if only vampires are killed by silver bullets – or everybody.
Episode 2 sees the returns of a couple of our favourite characters from series 1, Uncle Vijay and Vomit Boy, and introduces new regulars, a Know It All First Aid Kid and the Hobbit’s Gollum as a year nine student. A pimple is squeezed, with surprising, but very gross consequences, a bus pass is broken, with very explosive consequences. We meet a Disney Prince in real life, a very unconvincing werewolf, and he latest reality franchiser to hit our screens ‘Cook for a Goat.’ The episode finishes with a rousing, all singing, all dancing dedication to nerds.
Episode 3 introduces YSM’s new animated mice and the tales of their blooming ‘love’. What would happen if life was a computer game, when boys’ put on too much deodorant, if you career advisor told you couldn’t be a duck and if you were a troll with no internet. Gollum returns to school and we check out the good, the bad the gross with a burp off.
YSM Episode 4 gives us a glimpse of what superheros were like then they were young. A girls best friend reveals her real identity and love of public transport. An evil witch tries to tempt Hansel and Gretel. Uncle Vijay reviews Home and away. Newcomer Mim reviews her mothers performance and we introduce the new Roman kids who have invented new game called football.
What happens if your flute shoots darts, peas on your plate talk to you, and you have a glitch in your Life as a Comupter Game. ROFLing has serious consequences and new advice on how to duckface for your selfie. DJ Wicky tries to party up your life, and a young Hulk at SuperSchool just can’t get it right.
An all singing all dancing ‘Not Glee’ sketch, Gollum visits the school canteen and the popular girls choose a new friend on The Friend Factor. The Grammar Cops are out, some students wander into a very scary teacher zone. Returning characters Vomit Boy takes on an earthquake and the Hipsters check out some street art.
Fairytale animation continues with the tale of Little Red Riding Hood, Prefects sing up a storm telling us how it really is, the Zombies go on a date, Romans stick up for slave rights, and a Ghost Roaster is caught out.
Our kids discover what the ten second rule really is, what happens to airheads and how a slip and slide can go wrong. The Zombie boys get some career advice, Lex Luther arrives at SuperSchool, and our Grammar Cops still wreck havoc at school.
This episode introduces new animated Lost Property items and the Inflatable Men. The Scary Girl Guides are back, our confused Bully Slugger Steve tries to give a knuckle sandwich and our Gomad ads feature the new clean up for a little brother.
This episode introduces the latest reincarnation of Dr Who – downunder style and the Stock Kids from the 1800’s. The secret agents find out one of their own is a double-agent, Brian the Facts guy helps his friend with a love letter and Vomit Boy saves the earth from a meteor.
YSM give out awards for “The Best High Five”, “Best Wedgie” and “the Weirdest Kid”. The Genie in the bin tries to give wishes, Rapunzel appears in our latest animated fairytale and one of the cast finds out what the consequences are of using up all your ‘likes’.
YSM features the Seaweed Experiment, the Stinking Championships and the new Extreme Alarm Clock. Dr Who is back on his TARBIS, Uncle Vijay reviews Two and a Half Men and the secret agents deal with a social media ransom demand.
The final show in the series features new ‘superhero’ Recyclo, the Yah Bra private school boys trying to outdo each other and the Romans. We finally find out why girls go to the toilet in pairs, test a cool new app that helps with household chores and the final in the fairytale animations, the story of Cinderella.
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