Hilarious episode of What Would Your Kid Do challenges parents

Hilarious episode of What Would Your Kid Do challenges parents

How well do YOU know your child? Hilarious moment little boy cheats during game show which reveals what five-year-olds REALLY get up to when their parents aren’t looking

  • Hilarious episode of What Would Your Kid Do shows moment little boy cheats
  • Three children are put in sticky situations and left alone in a classroom with hidden camera 
  • Their parents are challenged to predict their behaviour and win points if correct
  • Little Jake, 5, from Essex, has a hilarious reaction when he rebels against rules 
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A hilarious episode of What Would Your Kid Do shows the moment a little boy is caught cheating after being left alone in a classroom rigged with a hidden camera. 

In episode three of the  game show which airs on Sunday, three sets of parents are challenged with predicting their children’s behaviour when they are put in sticky situations with no adult present.

And one little boy slips up straight away, when he is told to only press the buzzer on a machine which releases slime once, but gives into temptation and presses it twice when left unattended.

Jake, 5, from Essex is left gasping in horror and shouts ‘Oh no, stop!’ as slime continues to ooze out of the machine and starts spilling over his assigned jar – much to his parents amusement, who predict he will fail and are awarded a a point. 


A hilarious episode of What Would Your Kid Do shows the moment a little boy is caught cheating after being left alone in a classroom rigged with a hidden camera

The show begins by introducing the three competing families, with Jake, 5, from Harlow, accompanied by his flight attendant mother Esther and stay-at-home father Trevor.

Esther admits she may be in for a challenge when predicting his behaviour, explaining: ‘He’s so unpredictable I don’ think we have a clue what he does when we’re not looking’.

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Elsa, 5, from Worthing, has come with mum Emily and dad Martin, with her mother joking: ‘We don’t stand a chance’. 

Le’ziyaah, 5, appears with her mother Tashada and her Aunt Summer – and admits she claims Jason Manford, Stormzy and Nicki Minaj are her godparents when she’s at school.


Jake, 5, from Essex is left gasping in horror and shouts ‘Oh no, stop!’ as slime continues to ooze out of the machine and starts spilling over his assigned jar – much to his parents amusement, who predict he will fail and are awarded a a point


Jake is told to only press the buzzer on a machine which releases slime once, but gives into temptation and presses it twice when left unattended

The children are then taken to a school specially rigged with hidden cameras. The kids think they’re taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, unaware that we’re actually testing everything from empathy and lateral thinking to curiosity and rule breaking.

Back in the studio, Jason challenges the parents to predict what their child will do in each situation: providing a fascinating, surprising and hilarious insight into the developing minds of 5, 6 and 7 year-olds.

The family with the most correct predictions goes through to the final. 

The first challenge sees Jake, Le’ziyaah and Elsa left alone with an empty jar each, and told there is enough slime for all of them – but only if they press the button just once. 


The show begins by introducing the three competing families, with Jake, 5, from Harlow, accompanied by his flight attendant mother Esther and stay-at-home father Trevor, pictured


Le’ziyaah, 5, appears with her mother Tashada and her Aunt Summer – and admits she claims Jason Manford, Stormzy and Nicki Minaj are her godparents when she’s at school


Elsa, 5, from Worthing, has come with mum Emily and dad Martin, with her mother joking: ‘We don’t stand a chance’, seen

Their families are left to vote on whether they will press the button just once, with Lasaiya’s mother voting yes, but Jake and Elsa’s parents voting no – predicting that their children will give into temptation.

‘I’m not sure she’ll think passed the fact that it’s slime – she’s not been able to have that Elsa’s mother Emily admits.

Admitting she thinks he’ll press it twice, Jake’s mother Esther adds: ‘This is right up his street’. 

But keeping the faith in her daughter, who earlier proclaimed ‘sharing is caring’, Le’ziyaah’s mother said: ‘The teacher said nobody else will be able to have some if she presses it twice so she wouldn’t be able to do that to the others’. 

Jason Manford jokes: ‘I love this moment when parents still have hope’. 


The children are then taken to a school specially rigged with hidden cameras. The kids think they’re taking part in a variety of classroom activities and games, unaware that we’re actually testing everything from empathy and lateral thinking to curiosity and rule breaking


Back in the studio, Jason challenges the parents to predict what their child will do in each situation: providing a fascinating, surprising and hilarious insight into the developing minds of 5, 6 and 7 year-olds


Cutting back to the school, the footage sees Le’ziyaah resists temptation and pressing the button just once.

However Jake can’t resist, and presses it twice, before he steps back in horror as the slime oozes continuously out of the machine, spilling out of his jar.

‘Stop, stop, stop!’ he cries in horror, much to the amusement of the audience back in the studio. 

 As predicted, Elsa also pushes the button twice, screaming ‘help’ when the jar starts to overflow as she rushes out of the room.


The first challenge sees Jake, Le’ziyaah and Elsa left alone with an empty jar each, and told there is enough slime for all of them – but only if they press the button just once. Pictured: Elsa who presses the buzzer twice when no one is looking


Keeping the faith in her daughter, who earlier proclaimed ‘sharing is caring’, Le’ziyaah’s mother said: ‘The teacher said nobody else will be able to have some if she presses it twice so she wouldn’t be able to do that to the others’. The little girl presses the button just once

And as the teacher returns, Elsa fibs while Jake admits to pressing it twice, while Le’ziyaah exclaims: ‘It’s my job to share!’.

The show is off to a flying start with all three parents scoring one point after predicting their children’s behaviour correctly – but who will win? 

Speaking about the show,  Jason said: ‘It was a lot of fun filming series 2.

‘We found out is you can’t train a kid, there’s nothing you can do – a kid is a kid and will do what it wants. It’s been a lot of fun watching the parents’ faces as their kids didn’t do what they expected them to do.’ 

Admitting that he wouldn’t put his own children on the show, he added: ‘I remember we were doing something with rats and a rat expert told the children that rats are really clever.

‘This seven year-old leaned right into the cage and looked right into the rat’s eyes and said ‘Alright mate, if you’re so clever….what’s my name?’. 

What Would Your Kid Do Sundays at 7pm on ITV.


As predicted, Elsa also pushes the button twice, screaming ‘help’ when the jar starts to overflow as she rushes out of the room

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