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Two wayward British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as Scott Collison and Billie Spencer travel to Mombasa, Kenya. For a week they must live with the Mugazas, a family of traditional African Christians, who have prepared a set of rules for the British teenagers that includes no alcohol, no cigarettes, no piercings, no tattoos, no weird haircuts and no swearing. Can Billie learn that life isn't one long party and will Scott learn to stand on his own two feet?
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