Hannah Montana (season 4)

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Hannah Montana Forever
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Season 4 DVD cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13
Broadcast
Original channel Disney Channel
Original run July 11, 2010 (2010-07-11) – January 16, 2011 (2011-01-16)
Home video release
DVD release date see Hannah Montana DVDs
DVD release
Region 1 March 8, 2011
Season chronology
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The fourth and final season of the television series Hannah Montana (marketed as Hannah Montana Forever) began airing on Disney Channel on July 11, 2010.[1][2] Production of the season began on January 18, 2010,[3] and ended on May 14, 2010.[4] In this season, Mitchel Musso's character Oliver Oken becomes a recurring character, and is no longer in the main cast, due to Musso starring on the Disney XD series Pair of Kings. In the season, the Stewarts and Lilly move to a ranch in Malibu. This is the first season of the show to be broadcast in High Definition.[5] The season ended on January 16, 2011 (USA) and May 27, 2011 (UK & Ireland).

The fourth and final season of the series was released on DVD on March 8, 2011.[6]

Production[edit]

Opening sequence[edit]

For season four, the opening credits from season three were used with some minor revisions. The names (excluding Mitchel Musso as his character has become a recurring character) appear on a scrolling marquee as you would see on a theater, featuring a different font. The sequence then changes to wide-screen episode clips, in which only season 4 episode clips are included. The same version of the song "The Best of Both Worlds" from Season 3 was used; however, a green screened concert version was used with the Season 3 concert stage for the concert scenes. The creators' names appear in the second to last clip. A new version of the switch from Miley to Hannah is featured in the middle of the theme song, as Miley admires a hug between her and her dad in a clip of Hannah Montana Forever. At the end, the versions of Hannah's "shhh" and "laugh" clips were changed to one clip instead of two separate clips.

Casting[edit]

In season 4, Mitchel Musso was not a part of the main cast; he appeared instead in a recurring role.[7] On March 3, 2010, some guest stars were identified. They include Ray Liotta, Angus T. Jones, Sheryl Crow, and Christine Taylor.[8] Another role that has been introduced is a girlfriend for Jackson, to be portrayed by Tammin Sursok.[9]

Recurring and guest cast include: Tammin Sursok as Siena, Cody Linley as Jake, Dolly Parton as Aunt Dolly, Vicki Lawrence as Mamaw Ruthie, Shanica Knowles and Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Amber and Ashley, and Drew Roy as Jesse.

Music[edit]

"Are You Ready", "Ordinary Girl", "I'm Still Good", "Que Sera", and "Gonna Get This" were used to promote season four of Hannah Montana.[10][11][12] The soundtrack was released on October 19, 2010.[13]

Episodes[edit]

Hannah Montana Season 4 episodes
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series
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
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Viewers
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86 1 "Sweet Home Hannah Montana" Bob Koherr Michael Poryes & Steven Peterman July 11, 2010 (2010-07-11) 402 5.7[15]

The Stewarts move into their new home when Miley and Lilly realize that Robby has moved Miley's old bedroom furniture, including white bunk beds, pink walls, pink bedding, dolls, a stuffed unicorn and Rainbow Piggy, and they set out to make some changes. Meanwhile Jackson must please his obnoxious neighbor TJ to get close to TJ's cousin, Siena who lives next door.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Angus T. Jones as T.J., Tammin Sursok as Siena, Kiara Muhammad as Krystal, Morgan York as Sarah, Hayley Chase as Joannie Palumbo, and Davis Cleveland as the boy who wanted the tiger
Hannah song featured: "Are You Ready (Superstar)"

Notes: Starting with this episode, the series is broadcast in high definition and is the last pre-2009 Disney Channel series to transition to the format; the show now utilizes a filmized appearance, though the show is still shot on videotape (which is standard for Disney Channel multi-camera sitcoms). With the Stewart family having moved into a new house in this episode, the series is now the second Disney Channel series to change its primary setting during the course of the series; JONAS (which was renamed Jonas L.A. for its second season, due to the show's setting being moved from New Jersey to Los Angeles) is the other. Mitchel Musso is no longer a series regular and has been removed from the opening credits, due to him being downgraded to a recurring role on the series on account of Musso landing a starring role in the Disney XD series Pair of Kings and working on his music career. Angus T. Jones is the second main star of the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men to appear on this series. Jon Cryer, who plays Alan on Two and a Half Men, had appeared on the season 3 episode "The Wheel Near My Bed (Keeps On Turnin')" and would return in this season's episode "I Am Mamaw, Hear Me Roar!". Miley Cyrus would also re-team with Cryer and Jones in the Two and a Half Men season 10 episodes "You Do Know What The Lollipop Is For" and "Avoid the Chinese Mustard". Finally, this episode is in the same day as Hannah Montana Season 3 finale.
87 2 "Hannah Montana to the Principal's Office" Bob Koherr Steven James Meyer July 18, 2010 (2010-07-18) 401 5.4[16]

When Miley doesn't get registered for school in time, Principal Luger makes an exception to Hannah getting registered, which then fixes the problem. However, Miley realizes that having Hannah in school causes more problems. Meanwhile, Jackson gets paranoid when Siena asks him out.

Co-stars: LaTonya Holmes as Choir Woman #1, Fuschia! as Choir Woman #2, Clent Bowers as Choir Guy, Reggie Brown as President Barack Obama
Guest stars: Tammin Sursok as Siena, Erin Matthews as Karen Kunkle, Morgan York as Sarah, Hayley Chase as Joannie Palumbo
Special guest star: Ray Liotta as Principal Luger
Hannah song featured: "Ordinary Girl"

Note: When Rico asks Hannah "Do you remember me?" he makes a reference to the second season's finale "We're All on This Date Together" when he went on a date with Hannah Montana and Johnny (Corbin Bleu).
88 3 "California Screamin'" Bob Koherr Jay J. Demopoulos July 25, 2010 (2010-07-25) 403 4.2[17]

Miley feels that Robby has sacrificed his personal life for her career, so she sets him up on a blind date with her school nurse Lori. Meanwhile, Jackson is worried about his first kiss with Siena because Rico said that's only reason she hasn't broken up with him.

Co-star: Angel Parker as Sharon

Guest stars: Christine Taylor as Lori and Tammin Sursok as Siena
89 4 "De-Do-Do-Do, Da-Don't-Don't, Don't, Tell My Secret" Adam Weissman Andrew Green August 1, 2010 (2010-08-01) 404 5.7[18]

Miley almost blows her cover when she returns from a Hannah Montana function (a fashion designer meeting) and Siena spots her, and becomes suspicious that Jackson is seeing another girl so Jackson begs Miley to tell her the truth. After Siena almost catches Miley as Hannah Montana twice, she agrees to tell Siena, but backs down. After Siena finally thinks Jackson is cheating on her with Hannah Montana, Miley finally comes clean and tells the truth. Meanwhile, Robby goes fishing with Rico to teach him how to relax.

Guest stars: Tammin Sursok as Siena, Robert Costanzo as Al Blaine
90 5 "It's the End of the Jake as We Know It" Shannon Flynn Maria Brown-Gallenberg August 8, 2010 (2010-08-08) 405 4.7[19]

When Oliver comes to visit, he brings a secret about Jake with him: he cheated on Miley. After Jake arrives, Lilly and Oliver attempt to hide the truth from Miley so she can focus on her holiday sketches. She later finds out when a kid overhears Oliver and Lilly talk about Jake. The kid then blabs it out when Miley is around, leading Oliver to show her the picture of Jake with another girl. After an intense sketch with Jake, Miley finally ends it with him. Meanwhile, Jackson pretends to be Rico's father for two-thousand dollars so he can get money to see Siena modeling in Peru.

Co-star: David Burrus as Henry
Guest stars: Robert Contanzo as Al Blaine, Alec Ledd as Ronnie, Cody Linley as Jake Ryan
Special guest star: Mitchel Musso as Oliver Oken
Special guest appearance: Sheryl Crow as Herself
Note: This was the final appearance of the "Mike Standley III" character.

Hannah song featured: "Need a Little Love" (featuring Sheryl Crow)
91 6 "Been Here All Along" Adam Weissman Douglas Lieblein August 22, 2010 (2010-08-22) 407 4.6[20]

Miley cancels a special father-daughter afternoon with her dad to go on a first date with Jesse instead. She gets mad when Jesse answers a phone call from his father because she blew off her father to spend time with him, but Jesse tells her that his dad is stationed in Afghanistan and they hardly ever get to talk. Miley then realizes how lucky she is to still have her dad and goes home to apologize and tells him that she's grateful to have him. In honor of those in the military and their families who don't have the fortune of having them home, she holds a concert as Hannah in support of them.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Co-stars: Samantha Abrigo as little girl, Brandi Cyrus as guitarist, Charlene Deguzman as drummer, Alvin C. Forbes as keyboardist, Max Atom Kuehn as bass player
Guest stars: Christine Taylor as Lori and Drew Roy as Jesse

Hannah songs featured: "Been Here All Along", "Que Sera" and "I'm Still Good"
92 7 "Love That Let's [sic] Go"[21][22]
"Love That Lets Go"[23][24]
Adam Weissman Heather Wordham September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) 406 4.5[25]

Lilly finally wants to ride Blue Jeans, but on the ride, Blue Jeans gets bitten by a snake and falls to the ground, ill, and Lilly breaks her leg and has to be in a wheelchair. Lilly and Robby Ray help support Miley as Blue Jeans recovers. Meanwhile Jackson tries to impress Siena by reading one of her favorite books, To Kill a Mockingbird, but gets sidetracked by his wrestling magazines. John Cena guest stars as himself to provide Jackson with real life (if brutal) motivation.

Absent: Moises Arias as Rico
Guest stars: Tammin Sursok as Siena, Morgan York as Sarah, Noah Cyrus as Little Girl
Special guest appearance: John Cena as himself
Hannah song featured: "Love That Lets Go" (featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)

Notes: At the end of the episode, it is revealed that the episode was dedicated to Miley Cyrus' horse, Roam-Man, who died in 2009. This is the first episode of this season not to feature Hannah Montana. This is the last appearance of Miley's horse Blue Jeans.
93 8 "Hannah's Gonna Get This" Bob Koherr Teleplay by: Steven James Meyer
Story by: Donna Jatho
October 3, 2010 (2010-10-03) 408 4.1[26]

Hannah must write a new song for her upcoming album before Friday. She writes a song that her director doesn't like. He finds 10 Hannah fans and asks them if they like the song. Most of them don't, so Hannah makes Lilly dress up as a kid and try and convince them. Hannah realizes that its her career and she wants to do the song even if there are some negative comments. In the end she ends up having the song as a duet with Iyaz as he really wants to sing it. Meanwhile, Jackson sees that Rico has a mustache and he tries to grow one too. After several failed attempts Jackson admits that he can't grow one, but after doing some research reveals that everyone in Rico's family who has or had a mustache ended up bald much to Rico's horror.

Co-stars: Zach Callison as Douglas, Brighton Sharbino as Cammi, Brie Bernstein as Tina, Nay Nay Kirby as Chelsea
Guest star: Gildart Jackson as Quinn
Special guest star: Iyaz as himself
Hannah song featured: "Que Sera", "Gonna Get This" (featuring Iyaz), "Barefoot Cinderella" (sung by Robbie Ray while writing it for Hannah)

Notes: When Miley is trying to write songs she reads some to Lily, and she makes references to Nobody's perfect and says it was #1 for 8 weeks, and that True Friend was #1 for 6 weeks.
94 9 "I'll Always Remember You"[28] Bob Koherr (Part 1)
Shannon Flynn (Part 2)
Andrew Green &
Maria Brown-Gallenberg
November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07) 409–410 7.1[29][30]

Miley's secret becomes a problem. Her boyfriend Jesse reveals he knows her secret just by paying attention, and on the Jay Leno show Jesse plants a light kiss on Hannah's cheek, giving the impression that the two are dating. At the beach, Jesse hugs Miley and the world grows upset at him because they think he is cheating on Hannah, not knowing the two girls are the same person. This upsets Jesse, and the two separate. Miley and Lilly get their college acceptance letters, but Miley didn't get into Stanford because she didn't have enough extracurricular activities being Hannah. She fails to get in with Hannah's help, so Lilly opts to stay out of college for the year, until Miley gets in. Miley, through help of her conscience Hannah, realizes what her friends are doing for her secret. After looking back at all her Hannah clothing, and remembering scenes from past episodes, she goes back on the Jay Leno show and reveals to the world her secret and sings a song as Miley for the first time.

Guest stars: Valerie Mahaffey as Ms. Jameson, Tammin Sursok as Siena, and Drew Roy as Jesse
Special guest stars: Jay Leno as himself and Phil McGraw as himself
Notes: This is a special one-hour episode. This episode was available first on the Who Is Hannah Montana? DVD available on November 2, 2010. This episode aired internationally on the same day as the USA.[27] Although Jason Earles, Moises Arias and Tammin Sursok appear in this episode, they do not appear as Jackson, Rico, and Siena, but instead as narrators, much like the season 3 one-hour episode He Could Be the One. This was the final appearance of the "Hannah Montana" and "Lola Luftnagle" characters.

Hannah song featured: "Barefoot Cinderella", "I'll Always Remember You", "Wherever I Go"
95 10 "Can You See the Real Me?" John D'Incecco Douglas Lieblein December 5, 2010 (2010-12-05) 411 4.9[31][32]

Miley is interviewed by Robin Roberts after revealing she is Hannah Montana. Miley discusses her double life and relives some of her most memorable moments about her friends, her family, her dating life, and how she was able to manage two lives.

Absent: Emily Osment as Lilly Truscott, Jason Earles as Jackson Stewart, Billy Ray Cyrus as Robby Ray Stewart, and Moises Arias as Rico
Special guest star: Robin Roberts as herself
Songs featured: "This Is the Life", "True Friend", "One in a Million", "Nobody's Perfect", "Been Here All Along", "Life's What You Make It", "I Want My Mullet Back"

Notes: Although they were not in the episode, Lilly, Robby Ray, Jackson and Rico were shown in clips from previous episodes. Oliver Oken was also shown in flashbacks. This is the first (and only) time that Lilly and Jackson have not appeared in an episode.
96 11 "Kiss It All Goodbye"
"Kiss It Goodbye"[33][34]
Shannon Flynn Teleplay by: Jay J. Demopoulos
Story by: Edward C. Evans
December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19) 412 4.2[35]

Miley discovers the consequences after she revealed she was Hannah Montana, as critics and parents alike have negative thoughts about the shocking news. When Aunt Dolly asks Miley to join her on stage, Miley fears she can never perform again. After Robby Ray gets the courage to get back on stage, Miley decides to kiss her fears of rejection goodbye. Meanwhile, Rico finally learns that Miley is Hannah Montana and is shocked that he could not figure it out himself.

Co-stars: LaTonya Holmes as Choir Member #1, Clent Bowers as Choir Member #2, Meloney Collins as Choir Member #3, Brandi Cyrus as Guitarist, Alvin C. Forbes as Bass Player, Stacy Jones as Drummer, Jason D. Williams as Piano Player
Guest stars: Michael Kagan as Collin Lassiter, Daniel Windhymm Hayes as Ollie Jr.
Special guest star: Dolly Parton as Aunt Dolly
Hannah song featured: "Kiss It Goodbye"

Song featured: "Feels Like The Right Time" performed by Billy Ray Cyrus and Dolly Parton
97 12 "I Am Mamaw, Hear Me Roar!" Bob Koherr Heather Wordham January 9, 2011 (2011-01-09) 413 4.3[35]

When graduation day arrives, Mamaw is disappointed that she couldn't even get a picture with Miley because of her fans. When fans begin to surround Miley, Mamaw becomes distraught that her granddaughter is caring more about her fans than her own grandmother. Meanwhile, Rico tricks Jackson into saying that he wouldn't be into Siena if she had short hair.

Co-stars: Lola Consuelos as Nina, Mary-Charles Jones as Young Miley, Maxine Weldon as Estelle
Guest stars: Tammin Sursok as Siena, Hayley Chase as Joannie Palumbo, Nate Hartley as Aaron, Tim Maculan as Maitre d', Pamela Dunlap as Mrs. Elderman, Michael Ensign as Mr. Elderman
Special guest stars: Vicki Lawrence as Mamaw Ruthie, Jon Cryer as Kenneth Truscott and Kelly Ripa as herself
Hannah song featured: "Gonna Get This" (sung by Mamaw at the end of the episode)

Note: The title is a reference to the second season episode, "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak".[citation needed]
98 13 "Wherever I Go" Bob Koherr Michael Poryes & Steven Peterman January 16, 2011 (2011-01-16) 414–415 6.2[36]

Miley gets a movie offer, which will take a year away from her, and incapable of going to college with her best friend. She keeps this from Lilly and tries to get Lilly to come to the decision of not wanting to go to college with Miley. Finally, Miley reveals the movie to Lilly and Lilly gets upset. Meanwhile, Jackson struggles to keep up with his girlfriend's lifestyle. Distraught, Miley and Jackson discuss their dilemmas. Jackson suggests that Miley should have asked for Lilly to join her in Paris. Miley then asks for Lilly to come with her to Paris, and they both decide to go to Paris together. Rico finds Jackson a dream job, and Rico and Jackson finally reveal that while they may fight, they are also close friends. Later, Siena comments on how unsettling the banter between Jackson and Miley can be to hear, but Jackson explains that is how they show their affection. Miley and Lilly's respective boyfriends meet up with them at the airport to see them before their trip. Oliver gives Lilly some key words which force her to second guess her decision. Before getting onto the plane, Lilly tells Miley that she has decided to go to college, without Miley. Miley and Lilly begin their lives apart, eventually centering in Lilly's dorm where she gets a knock on her door. She opens the door to reveal Miley, who declares "I'm Miley, I'm your new roommate." The two hug, and then a montage of images from the course of the show is displayed throughout the credits.

Guest stars: Drew Roy as Jesse, Tammin Sursok as Siena, Shanica Knowles as Amber Addison, Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Ashley Dewitt, Tug Coker as Reptile Wrangler, and Julia Cho as Luna
Special guest star: Mitchel Musso as Oliver Oken
Hannah songs featured: "Wherever I Go" (featuring Emily Osment), "True Friend", "Barefoot Cinderella", "Kiss It Goodbye", "I'll Always Remember You"

Note: This is a special one hour episode and final episode of the Hannah Montana series.


International release[edit]

Country / Region Network(s) Series premiere Notes References
  Asia Disney Channel Asia August 9, 2010 Sneak peek episode aired as part of a Superstar Monday Lineup [37]
 Australia Disney Channel August 20, 2010 Ended March 5, 2011. Hannah Montana still has re-runs on Disney Channel Australia. [38]
 Germany Disney Channel Germany October 7, 2010 11 episodes aired [39]
Super RTL February 19, 2011 [40]

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