Science-based game show in which science-monkey superhero Dr. Brain pits children and CBBC celebrities against one another.
Whoops I Missed My Brain!
Episode 3x10; Aug 21, 2016
Science monkey superhero Dr Brain pits children and CBBC celebrities against one another in a series of science-based tasks and conundrums designed to discover the 'ultimate brain'.
3x10: Whoops I Missed My Brain!
3x9: Ultimately Awkward
3x8: Ultimate Vets and Brainy Pets
3x7: Technobrain Download
3x6: CBBC HQ IQ
3x5: Ultimate Girl Power
3x3: Brain O'Clock Club
3x2: The Brainy Bunch
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