Last night, the U.K.'s BBC Three aired a new show called Festivals, Sex and Suspicious Parents. It's a spin-off of the three-year-old Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents, in which parents spied on the idiotic behavior of their kids (in their late teens and early twenties) on holiday, as the Brits put it. MTV had a show like this called Parental Control, in which parents watched their kids go on dates, but ...Sex and Suspicious Parents is better because it's British and raunchier.

It's also EDM-ier—the new series takes place at music festivals, so the premiere episode's parents got to watch their kids pissing in public, making out, mooning the camera, and saying nasty things about strangers. A snapper, more American name for this show would be: Parents, Ya Dun Goofed.