Below is the English version of the theme song, which we were treated to between nearly every class on Saturday and Sunday. And sometimes during... Our students just love it that much. They say, "It's okay, teacher, it's English!" To which I think, well, barely, but yeah.
There was one case in which Ian and were in classrooms 1 and 2 (they share a wall). Ian's class heard the song through the opposite wall, so he played it for them because they lost all focus (these were teenage students). Then, my class (9 and 10 year olds) heard him play it through the wall and lost all control of themselves. My CET promptly suggested we also play the video. So, the song literally traveled down the hallway through the walls. It's as if our students are internally tuned to it.
So, the show follows 5 celebrities (their fatherhood is the premise of the show, but not why they are famous) as they take their kids on overnight trips, with no Moms! Men taking care of their own children! Alone! Oh, the insanity! Each trip has a challenge associated with it, for example, one time the dads had to switch kiddos. Most Chinese people probably watch because one of the star fathers is Jimmy Lin, a pop singer (slash actor, slash ...race car driver?) who was wildly popular in the 90s.