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Keep Your Enemies Close

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Genre  Children's game show
Running time  24 minutes
Original network  CBBC
Country of origin  United Kingdom
Distributor  BBC
Production company(s)  Keep Your Productions CBBC

Keep Your Enemies Close is a British children's game show that tests best friends by wrenching them apart and forcing them to keep their enemies close and work with their rivals instead. To get ahead, the friends must compete alongside their enemies and tackle challenges in the name of friendship.

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Four pairs of best friends are put through their paces. They tackle Tube Strike together, then are put into the Mixer, a giant selector machine, which splits everyone up and spews them out into new pairs. Each contestant comes face to face with the enemy: the person who is now their frenemy.

It is with their frenemies that the contestants are tested to the limit as they tackle more challenges: Air Pressure, Puzzle Panic and Push on Through. After each one, there is an elimination and a pair of frenemies is sent back to the Mixer in Lockdown. The others play on, hoping not to be eliminated.

When only one pair of frenemies is left, they are reunited with their best friends to battle it out in the final. This is a gripping quiz and, for the losers, it means a trip under the clag - nasty, smelly, gurgling gunge - which is dispensed from large metal chutes.

The show is packed with tension and excitement and the winning pair of pals are presented with silver friendship medallions as a memento of their glorious win.

Series 1

  • 1. Thomas & Oliver, Abigal & Ceriane, Alfie & Cassien and Amina & Doreen
  • 2. Kelsey & Najah, Asal & Sasha, Gareth & Joseph and Govind & Harris
  • 3. Grace & Maddie, Jeremy & Frazer, Jazmin & Shanice and Kipp & Alfie
  • 4. Hannah C & Hannah T, Abigail & Naomi, Grace & Jack and Sam & Joseph
  • 5. Charlie & Dorsa, Curtis & Jamie, Charlotte & Holly and Kirsty & Ella
  • 6. Glen & Zain, Megan & Sarah, Hannah & Ellie and Shravan & Francis
  • 7. Ellecia & Lydia, Daniel & Joe, Dani-Ceri & Nikisha and Callum & Megan
  • 8. Jamie M & Owen, Jamie F & Oscar, Ruby & Shannon and Alicja & Klaudia
  • 9. Alastair & Edan, Jessica & Sophie, Chloe & Aaron and Curtis & Samuel
  • 10. Navjoyt & Megha, Jade & Danielle, Alex & Robert and Eliza & George
  • 11. Zak & Harri, Ethan & Matthew, Kate & Bethany and Anna & Rachel
  • 12. Catriona & Natalie, Rajkiran & Tyler, Megan & Tom and Carys & Ryan
  • 13. Mattie & Kane, Chloe & Jaye, Imogen & Charlotte and Sam & Enrico
  • Series 2

  • 1. Carmen & Niamh, Barnabas & Martin, Liam & Umar and Leah & Lydia
  • 2. Amelia & Kirsten, Hadya & Sanya, Ben & Sebastian and Daniel & Oisin
  • 3. Samuel & Rhys, Marshall & Jamie, Phoebe & Conor and Chelsey & Rowan
  • 4. Amy & Claire, Alice & Sophie, Daniel & Paul and Peter & Victoria
  • 5. Bethany & Christy-Ann, Lois & Sophie, Joshua & George and Kevin & Simon
  • 6. Meghann & Georgina, Kayleigh & Savannah, Alistair & George and Joshua & Ben
  • 7. Greta & Maria, Gaby & Leo, Alex & Gus and Rathuson & Taimur
  • 8. Jack & Bradley, Nicole & Eva, Conor & Niall and Kaisha & Ella
  • 9. Chloe & Dakshayeeni, Emma & Sukyella, Bradley & James and Liam & Elliot
  • 10. Barbara & Mfanwy, Mitchell & Dylan, Sam & Jack and Josephine & Kiera
  • 11. George & Nicos, Bimal & Katie, Harry & Rhys and Summer & Emily
  • 12. Shaydie & Luciana, Tanika & Laura, Jacob & Cameron and Connor & Alex
  • 13. Sophie B & Morgan, Sophie O & Tori, Danielle & Mykelia and Lucas & Mark
  • References

    Keep Your Enemies Close Wikipedia


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