Hannah Montana (season 2)

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Hannah Montana (season 2)
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Season 2 DVD cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 30 (29 aired)
Broadcast
Original channel Disney Channel, ABC
Original run April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23) – October 12, 2008 (2008-10-12)
Home video release
DVD release date see Hannah Montana DVDs
Season chronology
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List of Hannah Montana episodes

The second season of Hannah Montana aired on Disney Channel from April 23, 2007 to October 12, 2008. During this season Miley and Lilly fight more, Oliver gets an alibi to hang out with Hannah Montana and Miley grows closer to Oliver.

Premieres[edit]

The second season premiered with five new episodes in one week from April 23–27, 2007. "(We're So Sorry) Uncle Earl" aired in a week-long Disney Channel event called "Sweet Niblets, We're Related?". Disney Channel UK premiered five new Hannah Montana episodes for "Montana May", "(We're So Sorry) Uncle Earl", "You Didn't Say It Was Your Birthday", "Joannie B. Goode", "The Test of My Love", and "Yet Another Side of Me". The second series premiered in June 2007 on Disney Channel UK; it then aired on free-to-view Channel Five just like season one in October 2009, however Five only has rights to air half the season. It airs before Wizards of Waverly Place.

Opening sequence[edit]

For season two, the only major changes were the addition of Moises Arias as a cast member and the clips of season 2 included with season 1 clips of the cast member shown and causes the scene of the switch from Miley to Hannah Montana in the middle of the theme song has deleted. Stage and features episode clips of each cast member when each cast member's name appears. Each cast member's name is "wiped" on the screen in a marquee-light-style. Moises Arias becomes a regular cast member for season 2. The sequence then switches to full-screen episode clips. Season 2 clips were used for the second season (Some season one clips are put in). The creator's names appear in the last clip. The show's title logo design appears at the beginning, and again at the end, of the sequence

Casting[edit]

Moisés Arias becomes a regular cast member. In "My Best-Friend's Boyfriend", Larry David was approached by the producers about being on the show when he attended a Hannah Montana taping with his two daughters, who were fans of the show. He agreed, and appeared in the episode with his daughters, playing himself as a "frustrated restaurant patron". David's daughters are "huge fans" of Hannah Montana. Heather Locklear was also convinced to guest star after attending with her kids. Camryn Manheim and Brooke Shields also have made guest appearances because their kids enjoy the show. John D'Aquino and Madison Pettis from Cory in the House make guest appearances as their characters in a special crossover episode. The Jonas Brothers also guest star in an episode.

Former WWE superstar, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, appears in "Don't Stop 'Til You Get the Phone" as part of the Rock Block, in which he guest-starred in episodes of Hannah Montana and Cory in the House as a promotion for Disney's film The Game Plan.

Music[edit]

"I Want You to Want Me... to Go to Florida" features the ballad "Ready, Set, Don't Go" by Billy Ray Cyrus. It details his feelings concerning his daughter Miley's move to Los Angeles to star in Hannah Montana, while he stayed behind in Nashville. The episode also features the song "If Cupid Had a Heart", by Julie Griffin, and written by Gordon Pogoda. Mikayla (Selena Gomez), lip-syncs it in the episode. A soundtrack for the season featuring 10 songs sung by Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana was released on June 26, 2007.

DVD releases[edit]

The second, Wish Gone Amiss Weekend DVD, which was released November 27, 2007, features the "When You Wish You Were the Star" episode and a Hannah Montana bonus "I Wish I May, I Wish I Might: A Guide to Making Wishes" hosted by Jason Earles. The Volume 4: One in a Million DVD which released January 29, 2008, includes four episodes of Hannah Montana. "Lilly's Mom Has Got It Goin' On", "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas", "I Will Always Loathe You" and "That's What Friends Are For?" were included in the DVD. The DVD also features a That's So Raven episode "Run Raven Run", "Come Feud with Me" - the top 10 Disney Channel feuds, as well as the "One in a Million" and "True Friend" music videos. In Australia, following the release of the Complete First Season on DVD in November, Season 2: Part 1 and Season 2: Part 2 were released soon after. In part one, episodes 1-15 were included, while remaining episodes 16-29 were released in part 2. On the case, there are images from the episode "No Sugar, Sugar", but the episode was not released on the disc. A full season collection was released on November 25, 2009.

Episodes[edit]

Season 2 started with a week of 5 new episodes. The average ratings for the 5 new episodes were 3.7 million viewers. Season 2 had several special episodes and marathons. The first special was "Achy Jakey Heart", in which Miley revealed her secret to Jake Ryan (Cody Linley). The second special, "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas", which guest starred the Jonas Brothers, was aired with the premiere of High School Musical 2. Former WWE superstar, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, appeared in "Don't Stop 'Til You Get the Phone" as part of the Rock Block, which seen him guest-star in episodes of Hannah Montana and Cory in the House as a promotion for Disney's film The Game Plan. "(We're So Sorry) Uncle Earl" aired in a week-long Disney Channel event "Sweet Niblets, We're Related?". In 3 episodes this season, Hannah Montana wins an award.


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27 1 "Me and Rico Down by the Schoolyard" Roger S. Christiansen Heather Wordham April 23, 2007 (2007-04-23) 203 3.5[1]

Miley, Lilly, and Oliver start high school and Rico (who is also in high school after skipping a few grades) soon learns what he thinks is Miley's "big secret" and blackmails her with it by making her be his girlfriend. Lilly and Oliver later learn that the "secret" was just Miley's attachment to her teddy bear. At the end, Rico makes Miley feel bad so she tells him to kiss her on the cheek, but he turns his head and he kisses her on the lips. Meanwhile, Jackson's new friend Thor causes him major humiliation.

Guest stars: Andrew Caldwell as Thor

Hannah song featured: "Make Some Noise"
28 2 "Cuffs Will Keep Us Together" Roger S. Christiansen Steven Peterman April 24, 2007 (2007-04-24) 201 3.5[1]

Miley and Lilly start a fight after Lilly doesn't choose Miley first in a Flag-Football game in gym class. After Oliver gets annoyed with their behavior, he handcuffs them together right before Hannah's big award show. The girls have to work it out so Hannah can get ready. Robby gives Jackson the silent treatment when he gets tired of telling Jackson the same thing multiple times.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Romi Dames as Traci VanHorn, Morgan York as Sarah, Hayley Chase as Joannie Palumbo

Hannah song featured: "True Friend"
29 3 "You Are So Sue-able to Me" Roger S. Christiansen Sally Lapiduss April 25, 2007 (2007-04-25) 202 3.9[1]

Lilly gets asked out to a dance, but Miley thinks she acts too much like "one of the guys" and gives her a big makeover, however the person who asks her out doesn't like "the new Lilly" so he stands Lilly up, prompting Miley and Lilly to take him to "The Teen Court" (A TV show involving teens on 'trial' for causing pain and humiliation to others). Jackson wins two tickets to the Lakers game and invites Thor, but Robby assumes that it will be a "father and son" outing, leaving Jackson trying to decide between the two without hurting the other's feelings. At the end of the episode Miley realizes it was wrong to change Lilly.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver and Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Andrew Caldwell as Thor, Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Morgan York as Sarah

Hannah song featured: "One in a Million"
30 4 "Get Down, Study-udy-udy" Roger S. Christiansen Andrew Green April 26, 2007 (2007-04-26) 204 3.7[1]

When Miley receives a poor mid-term grade in Biology, Robby says she must ace her mid-term exam or it's no European tour for Hannah. Meanwhile, Jackson volunteers to take care of Thor's pet parrot, Snowball, but the talking bird creates problems for Jackson.

Guest stars: Andrew Caldwell as Thor, Erin Matthews as Ms. Kunkle and Tiffany Thornton as Becky
Hannah song featured: "Nobody's Perfect"

Notes: Rico almost finds out Miley's secret. There is a goof in this episode when Snowball puts a jacket on, but in the next scene, it is hanging on the cage.
31 5 "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak" Roger S. Christiansen Michael Poryes April 27, 2007 (2007-04-27) 206 3.5[1]

Miley loses her voice after six encores at a Hannah concert, and learns that only surgery will fix the problem. Fearful of what a botched surgery could do to her career, Miley's late mom (Brooke Shields) appears in Miley's dreams to reassure her that nothing would change if Miley's surgery didn't go right. In the end, it turns out to be Robby's dream.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Co-stars: Patrick Ryan Anderson as Todd, Ryan Newman as Young Miley, Chris Brochu as Dex, Ryan Adkisson as Young Jackson
Guest stars: Greg Baker as Mr Corelli, Tim Russ as Dr Meyer
Special guest star: Brooke Shields as Miley's mom
Hannah songs featured: "I Got Nerve", "Life's What You Make It", "You and Me Together"

Note: When Miley is talking to her dad, Jackson is there, but in the next scene, he is gone, but is there again in the scene after that. Jackson may have moved out of the scene to get something.
32 6 "You Gotta Not Fight for Your Right to Party" Jody Margolin Hahn Steven James Meyer May 4, 2007 (2007-05-04) 207 3.5[2]

After Jackson's bathroom is destroyed, Robby makes Miley share hers with him, resulting in a war between Miley and Jackson. Robby grounds Miley and Jackson because of the fighting but they sneak out using Thor's truck. When the truck nearly falls off a cliff they managed to escape, bringing them closer. Meanwhile, Lilly and Oliver disguise themselves as Miley and Jackson to hide their absence from Robby.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico

Notes: Jackson was going on a date with a girl named Sienna Grace to a Panic! At The Disco concert.
33 7 "My Best Friend's Boyfriend" Roger S. Christiansen Jay J. Demopoulos May 18, 2007 (2007-05-18) 209 3.8[3]

Lilly dates a boy, Lucas, and she realizes he is the greatest boyfriend she ever has, and Miley couldn't be happier for her, until she realizes that she's isn't happy with the two, and decided that she won't speak to her, till she caught Lucas kissing another girl and tells Lilly about it, but she thinks that Miley is jealous and snubbed her. Lilly then finds that Miley is right about Lucas and dumps him. Meanwhile, Rico sets an alarm system because someone or something stole his sunglasses. But Jackson gets annoyed by the alarm system.

Guest stars: Sterling Knight, Mitzi McCall, Larry David

Co-stars: Austin Butler, Kelly Gould, Cazzie David, Romy David
34 8 "Take This Job and Love It" Roger S. Christiansen Sally Lapiduss June 16, 2007 (2007-06-16) 210 4.5[4]

Hannah volunteers Roxy to work for President Martinez after she ruins Hannah's date with her backup dancer. Meanwhile, Jackson pretends to be a professional motor-cross racer to impress a girl.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver
Guest stars: Frances Callier, John D'Aquino, Madison Pettis, Bobby Costanzo
Hannah song featured: "Nobody's Perfect"

Notes: This episode includes characters from Cory in the House. It is one of only two episodes that do not involve the character Miley Stewart, and the only episode that does not involve the character Lilly Truscott.
35 9 "Achy Jakey Heart" (Part 1) Rich Correll Douglas Lieblein June 24, 2007 (2007-06-24) 211 7.4[5]

When Jake returns and re-kindles his relationship with Miley, she begins to feel guilty for keeping her "Hannah" secret from him; when Jackson gets fired, he and Oliver open a stand that sells "Cheese Jerky", which becomes more successful than Rico's. Rico then attempts to steal their recipe.

Guest stars: Cody Linley as Jake Ryan, R. Brandon Johnson as Brian Winters, Nicole Gale Anderson as Marissa Hughes
Anita Morales, Brian Britt, Johnny Ferrara, Sanjiv Parikh

Hannah song featured: "One in a Million"
36 10 "Achy Jakey Heart" (Part 2) Roger S. Christiansen Andrew Green June 24, 2007 (2007-06-24) 212 7.4[5]

When Jake creates a "normal person" disguise for his dates with Miley but still expects the star treatment he's been used to for so long, Miley considers breaking up with him, but fears he will get mad and reveal her secret. Meanwhile Jackson and Oliver's Cheese Jerky stand goes from success to failure when they can't earn a profit.

Guest stars: Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Noah Cyrus as Little Girl

Hannah song featured: "One in a Million"
37 12 "Sleepwalk This Way" Roger S. Christansen Heather Wordham July 7, 2007 (2007-07-07) 213 5.3[4]

Robby wrote a new song but he refuse to play on the guitar. Miley found the song and read the lyrics, only to find that the lyrics don't make any sense and starting hating it, without telling her dad. Because she hates the song, she start suffering from sleepwalking. It happens again in school during class when Miley had insulted a science teacher's appearance (while sleepwalking) and got in trouble and got sent to the principal's office as a result. She return home and tells Jackson about how she hated the song and needs to confess to her dad. Unfortunately, Robby overhears it and got upset. She tells him about, only to discover that she wrote the song when she was 5. The real song is Bigger than Us made a big hit.

Guest stars: Erin Matthews, Teo Olivares

Hannah song featured: "Bigger Than Us"
38 11 "When You Wish You Were the Star" Roger S. Christansen Douglas Lieblein July 14, 2007 (2007-07-14) 205 5.1[6]

When Hannah and Lola have to turn down a date with Jesse McCartney because Miley and Lilly have a science project due the next day, Miley wishes on a shooting star that she didn't have dual lives. When her wish comes true, Hannah finds that being a superstar 24/7 isn't all it's cracked up to be when she realizes Miley never met Lilly and Oliver. So Lilly is friends with Amber and Ashley, Oliver sells peeks into Hannah’s windows with Rico, Jackson moved out and became a hermit and her dad Robbie married a young gold digger named Candace. This episode is based on the 1946 movie, It's a Wonderful Life.

Special guest star: Jesse McCartney as himself
Guest stars: Frances Callier as Roxy Roker/Angel, Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Romi Dames as Traci VanHorn
Hannah song featured: "Old Blue Jeans", "The Best of Both Worlds"

Note:This was part of a Disney Channel event, "Wish Gone Amiss Weekend", which also included Cory in the House and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
39 13 "I Want You to Want Me... to Go to Florida" Roger S. Christansen Michael Poryes July 21, 2007 (2007-07-21) 208 4.5[7]

Hannah wants to go to Florida for a charity concert to beat her singing rival Mikayla, but when Robby injures his back and won't let her go, Miley tricks Roxy into being her chaperone.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver
Guest stars: Frances Callier, Jean Robertson
Special guest star: Camryn Manheim, Selena Gomez

Billy Ray Cyrus song featured: "Ready, Set, Don't Go"
40 14 "Everybody Was Best-Friend Fighting" Jody Margolin Hahn Sally Lapiduss July 29, 2007 (2007-07-29) 215 4.8[8]

Hannah is invited to play in a celebrity tennis tournament, and invites Lola and Mike (Oliver) to attend, but realizes she shouldn't have brought either; Jackson tricks Rico into thinking he is "cursed" by paying a psychic to tell him he is an evil boy.

Guest star: Karina Smirnoff, Michael Steger

Hannah songs featured: "Make Some Noise", "Life's What You Make It"
41 15 "Song Sung Bad" Roger S. Christiansen Ingrid Escajeda August 4, 2007 (2007-08-04) 214 4.7[9]

Lilly records a song for her mother, but Miley alters her voice to make it sound better, prompting Lilly to enter in Karaoke night. At her performance, Miley sings for her using a microphone outside the room for Lilly to lip sync to, but is exposed after being scared by a spider she accidentally let loose. Meanwhile, after a faulty attempt at getting Sarah to like Rico, Jackson has to deal with her when she thinks he likes her.

Guest stars: Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Morgan York as Sarah
Hannah songs featured: "I Got Nerve", "One in a Million", "Bigger Than Us", "Life's What You Make It"

Note: In this episode Lilly and Oliver are unable to sing, but in the episodes I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak, Get Down Study-Udy-Udy and Judge Me Tender, they are shown singing.
42 16 "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas" Mark Cendrowski Douglas Lieblein August 17, 2007 (2007-08-17) 217 10.7[10]

When Hannah and Robbie Ray meet The Jonas Brothers, Miley becomes jealous of how much time he spends with the three boys. She and Lilly dress up as two male singers (Milo and Otis) as part of a plan to break up their "bromance". Meanwhile, Jackson tries to break the world pogo-stick record.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver
Guest star: Debra D. Holt
Special guest stars: The Jonas Brothers

Hannah song featured: "We Got the Party"
43 17 "Don't Stop 'Til You Get the Phone" Rich Correll Michael Poryes September 21, 2007 (2007-09-21) 222 5.1[11]

In order to get the hot new Z-Phone, Miley gets Lilly to take an embarrassing paparazzi picture of Hannah to sell to a tabloid, but the picture shows a necklace that says 'Miley', so they trade the Hannah photo for a picture of "The Rock" with makeup on; Jackson gets a sunburn at a volleyball game, and doesn't want Robby to find out.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver and Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Tom McGowan and Romi Dames as Traci VanHorn

Special guest star: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as himself
44 18 "That's What Friends Are For?" Mark Cendrowski Douglas Lieblein October 19, 2007 (2007-10-19) 224 5.4[12]

Miley gets jealous when Mikayla is cast as Jake's love interest in his next movie, so she schemes to get Mikayla fired from the film; Rico bets Oliver and Jackson that they can't go as long as he can without taking a shower.

Guest star: Cody Linley, Sandy Brown, Selena Gomez

Special guest star: Camryn Manheim, Stephen Full
45 19 "Lilly's Mom Has Got It Goin' On" Jody Margolin Hahn Norm Gunzenhauser November 10, 2007 (2007-11-10) 216 5.5[13]

Miley and Lilly envision becoming sisters when they notice a spark of love between Miley's dad and Lilly's mom (Heather Locklear). The girls then try to get the two to go out on a date, but when it goes wrong, the two blame each other's parent so the two girls start fighting. Meanwhile Jackson and Rico switch places to see who could last in each other shoes.

Special guest star: Heather Locklear
Guest stars: Morgan York

Hannah song featured: "Life's What You Make It"
46 20 "I Will Always Loathe You" Roger S. Christiansen Michael Poryes December 7, 2007 (2007-12-07) 218 4.4[14]

Mammaw Ruthie and Aunt Dolly return to celebrate Hannah's latest award but Dolly and Ruthie fight too much and ruin Hannah's award speech; Oliver agrees to help Rico film a commercial, but Rico can't shake his fear of being in front of a camera.

Special guest stars: Vicki Lawrence and Dolly Parton
Hannah song featured: "True Friend"

Notes: This episode name refers to Dolly Parton's song "I Will Always Love You". Moises Arias's real life brother Mateo made a brief appearance in a scene, playing Rico's brother. Currently, Jason Earles stars in the Disney XD Original Series "Kickin' It" with Mateo.
47 21 "Bye Bye Ball" Sean Lambert Heather Wordham January 13, 2008 (2008-01-13) 220 4.2[15]

After Jackson ruins Miley's 'Beary Bear', Miley plots revenge and destroys his special Joey Vitolo-signed baseball. When Jackson feels guilty and fixes Beary Bear, Miley goes to great lengths to replace Jackson's ball - luckily for Miley, Joey Vitolo's daughter is a Hannah fan. Meanwhile Robbie attempts to build a bookshelf.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Joey Fatone and Juliette Goglia

Hannah songs featured: "Rock Star", "Life's What You Make It"
48 22 "(We're So Sorry) Uncle Earl" Rich Correll Robin J. Stein March 21, 2008 (2008-03-21) 226 3.6[16]

Uncle Earl (David Koechner) arrives for a visit with the intention of becoming a rockstar; Barney Bittman (Gilbert Gottfried), a music critic renowned for his harsh criticism of popular performers, is planning on reviewing Hannah Montana.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Special guest stars: David Koechner as Uncle Earl and Gilbert Gottfried as Barney Bittman

Hannah songs featured: "The Best of Both Worlds", "Rock Star", "Nobody's Perfect".
49 23 "The Way We Almost Weren't" Rich Correll Andrew Green May 4, 2008 (2008-05-04) 219 3.1[17]

While returning from Hannah's New Mexico tour, Miley nearly gets struck by lightning and dreams about how her parents first met at a diner and tries to make Robby and Miley's mom meet before Jackson totally disappears. Meanwhile, Lilly and Oliver get stuck to chairs, and attempt to get unstuck so they don't miss the Maroon 5 concert.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Special guest star: Brooke Shields

Hannah song featured: "Old Blue Jeans"
50 24 "You Didn't Say It Was Your Birthday" Rich Correll Heather Wordham July 6, 2008 (2008-07-06) 225 5.1[17]

Miley and Jackson forget that it was their father's 40th birthday, and argue over why he is annoyed at them. When they figure it out, they go to great lengths to make it up to him. Lilly and Oliver find a chip shaped like Darth Vader and try to sell it.

Guest stars: Patrick Ryan Anderson as Todd, Adam Raque as Guy #1, Brandon Edward Gomez as Guy #2, Colton Burton as Ed, Michelle Merring as Ed's Mother, Bob Bledsoe as Frank, Kieran Newton as Jimmy

Hannah song featured: "Life's What You Make It"
51 25 "Hannah in the Streets with Diamonds" Roger S. Christiansen Jay J. Demopoulos &
Steven James Meyer
July 20, 2008 (2008-07-20) 228 3.8[17]

Hannah is chosen to be inducted on a walk of fame, but Miley's upset when her prime location is suddenly downgraded to make room for a star puppet, "Pancake Buffalo", with a superstar sized attitude. Meanwhile Robbie takes over Jackson shift when he can't get his car to go.

Co-stars: Wayne Thomas Yorke as Phil, Merrit Bailey as Construction Worker, Gabriel Praddo as Astronaut Hector and Jay Jay Ellis as Little Girl
Guest stars: Michael Boatman as Randall Garrison, Edie McClurg as Cindy Merriwether, Victor Yerrid as Pancake Buffalo, Susie Geiser as Voice of Pancake Buffalo and Cornell Womack as Armand

Note: Pancake Buffalo is a parody of Lambchop.
52 26 "Yet Another Side of Me" Shannon Flynn Teleplay by: Andrew Green &
Sally Lapiduss
Story by: Heather Wordham
August 3, 2008 (2008-08-03) 229 4.6[17]

Hannah meets her idol, Isis, who constantly changes her image to keep things fresh. Hannah fears she will lose her audience if she doesn't follow suit, but her image makeover (Anti-Hannah) doesn't go as she imagined. Meanwhile, Jackson is promised a raise by Rico, on the condition that he makes the sound of a dog when someody say the word "dog." This makes Jackson be in a lot of trouble with an older boy, who injures him. Finally, Jackson tells Rico that if he was nicer, he would have lots of friends.

Co-stars: Matt Merchant, Brandi Cyrus, Alvin Lam, Lee Davis and Angela Trimbur
Guest stars: Rachel York, Meshach Taylor, Tiffany Thornton and Jodi Shilling
Hannah songs featured: "One in a Million" and "True Friend"

Note: Isis is a parody of Madonna.
53 27 "The Test of My Love" Rich Correll Jay J. Demopoulos August 31, 2008 (2008-08-31) 221 3.9[18]

Miley starts dating a rich boy, Trey Harris. However, Trey's parents are rude to Miley because she is from Tennessee, so she tries to impress them by pretending to be rich and fancy. Meanwhile Robbie and Jackson attempt to clean out Jacksons' room.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver

Guest starring: Gregory Itzin as Mr. Harris, Anita Finlay as Mrs. Harris, Michael McShae as Trey Harris, Romi Dames as Traci VanHorn
54 28 "Joannie B. Goode" Rondell Sheridan Andrew Green September 14, 2008 (2008-09-14) 227 4.6[19]

Oliver and Joannie start dating, and Oliver wants Miley and Lilly to be friends with her. After a sleepover, Lilly and Joannie realize they have more in common than they thought, and Miley worries that Lilly won't be her best friend anymore. Meanwhile, Jackson gets a date with Rico's cousin.

Guest stars: Hayley Chase as Joannie Palumbo and Erika Medina as Rico's sister and Natalia Baron as Teresa
Hannah song featured: "Life's What You Make It"

Note: This is one of only two episodes, the other being The Test of My Love, that do not show Miley Cyrus with the Hannah Montana wig.
55 29 "We're All on This Date Together" Roger S. Christiansen Steven Peterman October 12, 2008 (2008-10-12) 230 4.4[20]

Miley's previous crush Johnny Collins (Corbin Bleu) wins a date with Hannah in a charity auction, but Hannah is forced into letting Rico join too. He wound up making the date miserable for both Johnny and Hannah. Meanwhile, Roxy's old enemy from school comes to visit, so Roxy asks Robby and Jackson to pretend to be her family.

Guest stars: Corbin Bleu as Johnny, Ray Romano as himself, Donny Osmond as himself, Sheryl Lee Ralph
Hannah song featured: "If We Were a Movie"

Note: This episode's title refers to Corbin Bleu and High School Musical's song "We're All in This Together"

No Sugar Sugar (Formerly unaired in the U.S.)[edit]

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- 30 "No Sugar, Sugar" Art Manke Sally Lapiduss Unaired[23] 223 N/A

When Miley and Lilly suspect that Oliver has a crush on the school nurse (Rebecca Creskoff), they instead learn that Oliver has been diagnosed with diabetes, but is keeping it secret. Not knowing the whole truth about the disease, Miley overreacts to the news, and when the three attend Traci's "sweet sixteen", where a large assortment of sweets are being offered, she goes out of her way to keep Oliver from eating any of it. Meanwhile, Jackson has a new girlfriend (Katerina Graham) who is helping him earn good grades in school. When Robby finds out that she plans to break up with him, he does everything he can to save their relationship.

Guest stars: Rebecca Creskoff as School Nurse Carol, Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Romi Dames as Traci VanHorn, Katerina Graham as Allison, Jackson's Girlfriend

Note: This episode was set to air in the U.S. on November 2, 2008 but Disney pulled the episode from the schedule after it was previewed by parents in an on-demand version; according to one of the parents, inaccuracies regarding the portrayal of diabetes were at the heart of their objections, adding that given Hannah Montana's huge influence over young viewers, correct information about the disease needed to be given. According to Mitchel Musso, the episode was re-written, re-shot, and was to be added to the third season of the show.[21] The revised episode, called "Uptight (Oliver's Alright)" aired on Disney Channel on September 20, 2009.[22]


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