List of Austin & Ally episodes
The following is a list of episodes of the Disney Channel original series, Austin & Ally. Created by Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert, the show follows the partnership between polar opposites — Austin, an extroverted musician/singer, and Ally, an intelligent yet shy songwriter and their two best friends, Trish and Dez. Austin is played by Ross Lynch, Ally is played by Laura Marano, Trish is played by Raini Rodriguez, and Dez is played by Calum Worthy. The four of them eventually become best friends and the series are based on their friendship, team work and talents, also they come across lot of difficulties along the way to success.
Austin & Ally has been renewed for a fourth season on April 25, 2014.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired (U.S. dates)|
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||19||December 2, 2011
December 4, 2011 (premiere)
|September 9, 2012|
|2||26||October 7, 2012||September 29, 2013|
|3||October 27, 2013||TBA|
Season 1 (2011–12)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||1||"Rockers & Writers"||Shelley Jensen||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||December 2, 2011||101||5.7|
|Ally Dawson (Laura Marano), a shy songwriter, works at Sonic Boom, a music store owned by her father, Lester (Andy Milder) located at the Mall of Miami. Austin Moon (Ross Lynch), an aspiring singer, interrupts Ally while she is in her practice room, singing a rough cut of "Double Take". Unbeknownst to Ally, Austin and his best friend Dez (Calum Worthy) accidentally use the song thinking Austin wrote it himself, create a video and post it on the Internet, after which it and Austin become an internet sensation. After performing the song on "The Helen Show", Helen (Mim Drew) suggests that Austin return and perform another original song. Austin isn't good at song-writing, and the only solution he can think of is to plead Ally to write another song for him. Ally initially denies in anger, but later agrees to help him. The two bond while working on their next song, "Break Down the Walls", and Austin asks Ally to be there when he performs it. However, when the pianist gets sick, Ally has to fill in. This was all part of Austin's plan to help Ally overcome her stage fright, but it only ends in disaster. However, Austin and Ally become partners, along with Dez as video director, and Ally's best friend, Trish (Raini Rodriguez) as Austin's manager.
Songs featured: "Double Take", "Break Down the Walls"
|2||2||"Kangaroos & Chaos"||Shelley Jensen||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||December 4, 2011||102||4.0|
|It has been one month since Austin's latest song was released; he becomes worried that his career will end and people will forget who he is. Because of this, people are starting to think that Austin is the "Dog Food Guy" since he looks a lot like the Dog Food Guy in the Dog Food Commercial. Under pressure, Ally scribbles down song lyrics to Austin's new song in illegible handwriting, prompting Dez and Trish to start gathering random props for the music video, such as a kangaroo, which they think correspond to her lyrics. The gang quickly works together to resolve the mix-up and Austin performs a new song written by Ally, which successfully regains his fame.
Song featured: "A Billion Hits"
|3||3||"Secrets & Songbooks"||Shelley Jensen||Eric Friedman||December 11, 2011||103||3.4|
|Ally loses her songbook, which is also her diary, so she and Trish desperately looked for it, unaware that Austin and Dez have already found and read it, discovering that Ally has a secret crush. When Austin is convinced it is him, he tries to find a way to make Ally stop crushing on him and let her know they are just friends. Ally and Trish find out Austin and Dez have read the diary and plan an elaborate scheme for revenge to teach Austin a lesson. Ally reveals that her crush is actually a boy named Dallas (Noah Centineo), who works at the cell phone accessory cart near Sonic Boom, and the misunderstanding between her and Austin is cleared. Song featured: "Not a Love Song"|
|4||4||"Zaliens & Cloud Watchers"||Shelley Jensen||Rick Nyholm||January 8, 2012||105||3.0|
|Ally writes a new song that she is proud of, as it is supposed to be about Austin; however, he hates the song because it is not him at all. The two decide they need to get to know each other better in order for Ally to write songs that will relate to Austin, so they each do activities that the other finds fun. Meanwhile, Dez and Trish, who have never gotten along, surprisingly discover they have things in common. After the horror-festival ends in a fiasco, involving Pickles the goose, who helps Ally with her writer's block, Austin and her finally decide that though they are different from each other, that makes them better partners. Song featured: "It's Me, It's You"|
|5||5||"Bloggers & Butterflies"||Shelley Jensen||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||January 15, 2012||104||2.8|
|When embarrassing footage of Austin starts showing up on a blog called Miami H8ter Girl, the gang becomes concerned on how it is going to affect his career. After the footage causes him to lose a gig, the gang becomes determined to find the anonymous culprit behind it all. When the blogger, Tilly, is caught, she reveals that she does not hate Austin, but in fact hates Ally due to an incident in kindergarten. Meanwhile, Trish and Dez get jobs in a fish-fry restaurant. Song featured: "The Butterfly Song"|
|6||6||"Tickets & Trashbags"||Adam Weissman||Samantha Silver &
|January 22, 2012||107||3.0|
|Everyone is excited when Austin is invited to perform at the Miami Internet Music Awards; unfortunately, Austin is only allowed to bring one guest. Everyone's friendship is tested as Ally, Trish, and Dez all compete to win the coveted guest ticket. After Austin accidentally says yes to each person, they all get upset with him, leaving Austin wondering if he should just go alone. On the night of the awards, the three group members realize they have been selfish and show up in disguise to support Austin during his performance. Song featured: "Trash Talka" (samples Double Take)|
|7||7||"Managers & Meatballs"||Adam Weissman||Wayne Conley||January 29, 2012||108||3.5|
|Everyone's loyalty is put to the test when Austin is approached by hotshot music manager, Demonica Dixon (Lisa Arch), who wants to sign him, promising to take his music career to the next level. Austin is backed into the position of having to choose between his friends and the promise of fame. When Austin learns that Demonica has been purposely sabotaging his friendships with Ally, Dez, and Trish, he sticks with his friends, saying that he doesn't want to be famous without them. In the end, the gang gives Demonica a taste of her own medicine. Song featured: "Better Together"|
|8||8||"Club Owners & Quinceañeras"||Eric Dean Seaton||Joey Manderino &
|February 19, 2012||109||3.5|
|Trish is having a quinceañera, a Mexican party that celebrates a 15-year-old girl's coming of age. She mentions that one of her relatives boyfriend, Emilio, a big-time club owner, will be at her party. Austin decides to perform at Trish's party, so he can impress Emilio to book him in his clubs. Trish invites Dallas to her party, so that Ally can dance with him. However, since Ally is a horrible dancer she asks Austin to give her dance lessons. Meanwhile, Dez attempts to prepare Trish's entrance to her party. In the end, the gang finds out that Emilio is actually a country club owner.|
|9||9||"Deejays & Demos"||Roger S. Christiansen||Steve Freeman & Aaron Ho||February 26, 2012||111||2.7|
|Austin books his first radio interview and decides it is the perfect time to give Ally the credit she deserves; however, during the interview, his plan backfires and the DJ invites both Austin and Ally to come back and perform live on the radio. The gang must scramble to find a way around Ally's stage fright, but when Dez breaks their brilliant idea, they must try and work things out. Song featured: "You Don't See Me"|
|10||10||"World Records & Work Wreckers"||Phill Lewis||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||March 4, 2012||113||3.1|
|Ally accidentally hires her crush, Dallas, to work at Sonic Boom. When he turns out to be a horrible employee, she hesitates in firing him, fearing it might ruin her chances of him liking her. Trish, then steps in to help Ally, by teaching her how to fire Dallas the right way. Meanwhile, Austin and Dez compete to see who can spin a basketball on their finger the longest, granting them their name in a world record book.|
|11||11||"Songwriting & Starfish"||Eric Dean Seaton||Eric Friedman||March 11, 2012||110||2.6|
|Austin is interested in participating in the Hot Summer Jam Contest, with a little help from his buddies, he just might win. The contest takes place at the beach where Ally wants to get over her bad memories, so she and Austin can work out some lyrics. When Ally's book gets covered in gum, Trish puts the book into her cart to freeze the gum so they can scrape it off. They forget the book in the ice cream cart, so they have to try and break into shop to get it back. While in the shop they get locked in the freezer, so Austin calls Dez to save them. Dez finally rescues them, but they get caught by Officer Dunphy (Kelly Perine). Song featured: "Heard It on the Radio"|
|12||12||"Soups & Stars"||Shannon Flynn||Wayne Conley||March 25, 2012||115||2.6|
|Ally joins a social networking website called Tweeter. She is amazed and happy when she gains 5,000 followers after she posts a picture of her "spider soup" while eating at Ms. Suzy's Soups (Lynne Marie Stewart), a restaurant owned by her former grade school teacher. When her picture makes people stop eating at Ms. Suzy's Soups, she feels guilty and tries to help. Ally goes overboard with her plans and almost ruins everything. Dez saves the day by editing her commercial to make it a hit.|
|13||13||"Burglaries & Boobytraps"||Shelley Jensen||Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman||April 15, 2012||106||3.3|
|When the stores in the mall start getting robbed, Ally and a team of other mall employees set out to find who the burglar is. A security camera shows Austin taking a guitar from a display case at Sonic Boom. Austin later explains that he was trying to get the guitar autographed by Bruno Mars, much to Ally and Trish's surprise. With most of the mall thinking that Austin is the culprit, the group must scramble to figure out who's really responsible.|
|14||14||"myTAB & My Pet"||Phill Lewis||Rick Nyholm||April 22, 2012||114||2.9|
|The gang waits overnight to get the new MyTab, so Ally brings her pet cockatiel, Owen, to keep everyone company in line. Later, Ally asks Austin and Dez to watch Sonic Boom, while she and Trish hold their spots in line. Austin then accidentally opens Owen's cage, which causes him to fly out. Now, they must find a way to get Owen back before Ally finds out. Song featured: "Not a Love Song" (acoustic version)|
|15||15||"Filmmaking & Fear Breaking"||Roger S. Christiansen||Rick Nyholm||May 20, 2012||112||3.0|
|Dez is filming his first big movie called "Claws: Dun Dun Dun" and casts Austin as the main role, but he refuses to do the movie because of a childhood fear of umbrellas. Ally helps out Austin with his fear by telling him how she got her stage fright. Ally's story then motivates Austin to get over his fear and finish Dez' movie. Meanwhile, Trish keeps annoying Dez, because she wants a better role in the film.|
|16||16||"Diners & Daters"||Shelley Jensen||Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman||June 17, 2012||116||2.9|
|Trish gets a new job at Melody Diner with a singing waitress named Cassidy (Aubrey Peeples) who Austin falls in love with. When he asks her out, she turns him down because she cannot balance the stress of work, a band, and a boyfriend. So he gets a job at the diner to be around her. When he again asks her out after serenading her, she declines due to the fact her band is moving to L.A. for a record deal. Meanwhile, Dez finds out that Mindy (Ashley Fink) is the manager of the diner and must get away from her because he knows she has a huge crush on him. Song featured: "Heart Beat" "Double Take" "Billion Hits" "Not a love song"|
|17||17||"Everglades & Allygators"||Shelley Jensen||Clay Lapari||July 15, 2012||119||3.5|
|Shiny Money invites Austin and the gang to his annual Swamp Blast Party in the Everglades. When they get there, the power in the houseboat goes out. Meanwhile, Trish and Dez go out to hunt for a legendary alligator, "Big Mama". Little do they know, a baby alligator followed them to the boat, attracting Big Mama. Big Mama bursts through the boat door, but the gang works together and make her leave. Dez accidentally drills a hole in the floor of the boat, causing it to sink. In the end, Austin sings gives an unforgettable performance at the Swamp Blast. Song featured: "Na Na Na (The Summer Song)"|
|18||18||"Successes & Setbacks"||Shelley Jensen||Samantha Silver &
|August 19, 2012||117||3.3|
|Austin gets signed to a big record deal, but when he practices all night, he strains his voice. Austin visits the doctor (Robert Picardo) and discovers that he has nodules on his vocal chords. He must make the decision whether to get a procedure that will allow him to sing but may permanently alter his voice or to avoid the procedure but at the risk of never being able to sing again and taking over the family mattress business.
Guest Starring: John Henson as Mr. Moon, Jill Benjamin as Mrs. MoonSong featured: "The Way That You Do"
|19||19||"Albums & Auditions"||Eric Dean Seaton||Heath Seifert & Kevin Kopelow||September 9, 2012||118||3.0|
|Austin's music career is flourishing; his album is about to be released and Ally got accepted into Music University of New York with the help of Austin, Trish, and Dez. However, the gang is unaware that the music school is in New York. Heartbroken, Ally finally reveals the big news. The gang is devastated of her departure and they do not want her to leave. Now Ally has to decide whether to give up her dream and stay in Miami and continue being Austin's partner or leave for New York. During the album release party, the gang makes a slideshow of all the good times they shared together. Afterwards, they say their final goodbyes. The episode ends with Ally announcing that she is already living her dream and that she is staying in Miami. Songs featured: "Illusion", "Can't Do It Without You" (acoustic version)|
Season 2 (2012–13)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code||U.S. viewers
|20||1||"Costumes & Courage"||Shelley Jensen||Rick Nyholm||October 7, 2012||201||4.0|
|Austin's new record label owner, Jimmy Starr, invites him to perform at the Starr Records Halloween party, where he will sing a duet with Taylor Swift to Ally's newest song; however, Austin thinks that Ally sold their song to Taylor and accidentally sends Jimmy a text where he lets out his frustration. At the Halloween party, they split up to find Jimmy in order to delete the text message. Meanwhile, Trish and Dez decide to go on a ghost-hunting mission since the mansion they are in is supposedly haunted. Luckily, they find Jimmy and Ally deletes the message by pretending to send a text to her father. Trish and Dez' ghost-hunting mission goes awry when they accidentally knock Taylor Swift unconscious. Since Ally is wearing the exact same costume as Taylor, she steps in and acts as Taylor Swift to not leave Austin hanging. Song featured: "Don't Look Down"|
|21||2||"Backups & Breakups"||Shelley Jensen||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||October 14, 2012||202||3.7|
|Austin and Ally are suspicious when Trish and Dez are hiding something from them. This leads them to believe that they are dating, when, in fact, Trish is dating Trent (Trevor Jackson), who becomes Austin's newest backup dancer. Trish decided to keep their relationship a secret to not influence Austin's decision when Trent auditioned for a role as Austin's backup dancer. Later on, Ally finds out that Trent is cheating on Trish and only dated her to be a backup dancer in Austin's team, she decides whether to tell her or not. After getting advice from her mother, Penny (Julia Campbell), over video-chat, she decides to tell her. Trish confronts Trent and they break up and Austin fires him from the team, but Trent thinks that the reason he was fired is because Austin is jealous that he is the "better" dancer. Trent challenges Austin to a dance-off. In the end, Austin wins the dance-off and Trish gets a new boyfriend.|
|22||3||"Magazines & Made-Up Stuff"||Shelley Jensen||Samantha Silver &
|October 28, 2012||205||3.5|
|Trish books Austin for the cover of a popular teen magazine, Cheetah Beat. First, Austin must answer a questionnaire, but Trish thinks he is boring so she decides to fill it out for him instead. When the journalist, Megan Simms (Aubrey K. Miller), shows up, everyone realizes Trish has embellished Austin's hobbies, skills, and interests. Megan wants to see all of Austin's astonishing skills to prove he is worthy to be on the cover. Austin fears that if he backs down, Megan will expose him as a total liar. Now, the gang must find a way to keep the journalist impressed while not getting Austin into trouble. Songs featured: "The Butterfly Song", "Who I Am"|
|23||4||"Parents & Punishments"||Shelley Jensen||Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman||November 4, 2012||206||3.3|
|After a flood at Nelson's school ruins all of their instruments, he is sad because the music program will not be able to perform their concert. Ally accidentally gives away all of the instruments in Sonic Boom to the music program. Somehow Ally must come up with $10,000 to buy all of the instruments back before her father finds out. The gang decides to host a fundraiser to raise the money and Austin is set to give a phenomenal performance in order to receive more donations. However, when Austin gets grounded due to his bad grades, the gang is left needing a backup plan. Songs featured: "Better Together", "Heart Beat"|
|24||5||"Crybabies & Cologne"||Shelley Jensen||Luisa Leschin||November 11, 2012||204||3.3|
|Trent asks Ally to write him a song so he can be famous like Austin. After Ally refuses to help him, Trent steals her newest song that she worked on with Austin. Later on, the gang discovers that Trent became an overnight sensation by copying Austin's "Double Take" music video and going by the stage name, T-Fame. Trent quickly rises to fame and starts stealing Austin's life. Now, the gang must find a way to take him down. Song featured: "Got It 2"|
|25||6||"Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year"||Bob Koherr||Wayne Conley,
Mike Montesano & Ted Zizik
|December 7, 2012||211||4.8|
|Austin, Ally, Dez, and Trish travel to New York City where Austin is booked to perform at Times Square on New Year's Eve. (Although Trish really booked him at Tim's Square pizza instead of Times Square). Now, Trish has to fix this whole situation. Trish takes Jimmy Starr's computer while he is being distracted by Dez and talks to a musical agent of the company to see if he can fix the whole mess. Later on, the mess is fixed. Except trouble ensues when the plane suffers mechanical problems and is diverted to Philadelphia. They quickly come up with a solution and decide to take a cab to New York, but they're kicked off when they can't afford the fare for going a far distance. When security won't let the gang through the crowded streets, they bump into Jessie (Debby Ryan), a nanny, and crazed fan, Emma (Peyton List). Luckily, Jessie comes up with an effective plan to get Austin to perform on time. Jessie takes a helicopter to Times Square so Austin will be there on time. Meanwhile, Jessie lets the gang stay at their apartment in hopes that Austin will record one of her songs and turn it into a big hit, and there, they meet the rest of the Ross family: Luke (Cameron Boyce), Ravi (Karan Brar), Zuri (Skai Jackson), and the grumpy butler, Bertram (Kevin Chamberlin). Later on, they all travel to Miami where Austin and Jessie sing a duet at his next concert. It's revealed Jessie's "song" is actually Zuri's school assignment. Zuri finds out and ends up giving Jessie credit because she knows how much it means to her, because acting and creative writing didn't work out for her. In the end, Austin and Jessie give an unforgettable performance and Dez makes an awesome music video, which has everyone satisfied.
Songs featured: "Christmas Soul", "[Turn It Up]", "Face 2 Face"
|26||7||"Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath"||Shelley Jensen||Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman||January 13, 2013||203||3.3|
|Dez is filming Austin's new music video with Starr Records and he hires a girl named Kira (Kiersey Clemons) as Austin's love interest. Kira has the looks, but unfortunately she has halitosis making her really hard to work with. When Dez is determined to fire her, they discover that she is Jimmy Star's daughter. They try numerous times to freshen up her breath, but fail so they attempt to make her quit when Dez attaches a drool tube to Austin. It works but Jimmy has Kira rehire for the video and have Austin speak to the Miami kid's club. Jimmy ends up finding out about Kira's bad breath and offers to do something about her breath. Song featured: "No Ordinary Day"|
|27||8||"Girlfriends & Girl Friends"||Shelley Jensen||Samantha Silver &
|January 27, 2013||207||4.0|
|Now that Kira has cured her bad breath, Austin decides to ask her out. She accepts, but changes her mind when she believes Austin has a crush on Ally. In order to prove her wrong, Ally helps Austin plan the perfect date for him and Kira, but in the process realizes that she likes Austin. After Austin leaves for his date, Dez looks through Kira's MyFace page and Ally realizes that everything she has packed for Austin and Kira's date Kira dislikes. On top of that, Ally realizes that the necklace she is wearing reads "Kira"; Austin was supposed to give it to Kira, but instead took Ally's identical necklace that said "Ally." Ally, Trish, and Dez decide to sneak to the park and switch Austin's picnic basket so that Kira will not think that Ally is trying to sabotage their night. They are caught and Kira blames Ally for ruining the date. In the end, Austin and Kira decide to stay together and finish their date playing videogames in Dez's basement, leaving Ally heartbroken.|
|28||9||"Campers & Complications"||Adam Weissman||Rick Nyholm||February 17, 2013||208||4.9|
|When Ally's old summer camp friend, Elliott (Cody Christian), comes to Miami to visit, he and Ally spend a lot of time catching up and reminiscing about the past. Although Austin is now dating Kira, he suddenly finds himself jealous seeing Ally with Elliott. Later on, Austin reveals to Dez that he also has feelings for Ally ("And I really like when we're playing piano and my hand accidentally touches hers...and I get this feeling, that nothing, not even Kira, makes me as happy...."), making him confused about who he really loves. When Austin hears that Ally is planning to tell Elliott she wants to be his girlfriend, he runs to the restaurant to stop her. However, it turns out to be a misunderstanding—Ally had actually been planning to tell Elliott that she couldn't be with him because they had nothing to talk about other than summer camp. Meanwhile Dez is feeling alone without Austin, since he is spending time with Kira, so he hangs out with Trish, who takes advantage of him to do her work for her while she enjoys some leisure time.|
|29||10||"Chapters & Choices"||Adam Weissman||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||February 24, 2013||209||4.0|
|Penny, Ally's mother, returns from Africa to host a book release party and Ally finally works up the courage to face her biggest fear and perform on stage. Meanwhile, Austin decides who he really loves and asks Kira to be his girlfriend, but she tells him she needs time to think about. At the event, Austin & Ally perform a duet together and Ally successfully conquers her stage fright. After their performance, Ally and Austin run backstage in joy and share a spontaneous kiss. Shortly after, Kira arrives and accepts Austin's offer to be his girlfriend, in front of Ally, which ends on a cliffhanger. Meanwhile, Lester is not happy about Penny naming a cheap gorilla after him. Song featured: "You Can Come to Me"|
|30||11||"Partners & Parachutes"||Eric Dean Seaton||Heath Seifert & Kevin Kopelow||March 17, 2013||4.4|
|After what happened with Kira, Ally tries to move on and focuses on her career, now that she no longer has stage fright. Meanwhile, Austin tries to break up with Kira, but his methods backfire. Trish becomes Ally's manager and books her an interview with Megan Simms to talk about her career, but Megan cares more about the gossip. Austin finally breaks up with Kira, but when they hug, Megan snaps the picture, and it makes the cover of Cheetah Beat. Ally still believes Austin is with Kira, so Austin tries to win her over by buying her a new piano and Dez suggests an idea to parachute it. At Ally's congratulations party, things go wrong when the piano crashes down from the sky. Later on, Austin finds a song that Ally wrote in which explains that she still has feelings for him. In the end, Austin serenades Ally with that song and they officially become a couple.
Song featured: "I Think About You"
|31||12||"Freaky Friends & Fan Fiction"||Eric Dean Seaton||Rick Nyholm||April 7, 2013||3.6|
|Dez enters a short story contest and to help him win he purchases an antique typewriter that just happens to be magic. Everything starts to go well, but, unfortunately, Dez' worst enemy, Chuck, steals it causing Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez to do everything that Chuck types on the magic typewriter. Now they have to do everything they can to get it back. Chuck makes the gang's hair into purple, and more but the worst is he makes Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez switch bodies and makes Ally and Trish fall in love with him. At the end, the whole episode is actually Dez' actual short story, but Chuck still has a crush on Trish. Guest stars: John Paul Green as Chuck|
|32||13||"Couples & Careers"||Eric Dean Seaton||Teresa Ingram||May 5, 2013||212||3.7|
|Austin goes on his first date with Ally, but their date gets ruined when bad luck continues to strike. Later on, Ally gets to do a song in a movie, but Austin and Ally can't agree on how to genre the song. Everything turns bad when the producer of the movie wants the song, but because of their disagreements, the song doesn't sound good. This event makes Austin and Ally realize they should not be a couple because they could hurt each other feelings and ruin their friendship, so they decide to stay just friends. Meanwhile, Dez and Trish make a film so they can win a contest.|
|33||14||"Spas & Spices"||Adam Weissman||Luisa Leschin||May 19, 2013||213||2.6|
|Trish invites Ally to get some spa treatments to prepare for a photo shoot. The day of relaxation turns into a disaster when Ally drinks a wheatgrass juice that makes her teeth green, her hair is treated until it turns puffy, her facial turns her face pink and her hands get stuck in wax in the nail bath. Meanwhile, Dez prepares for a chili cook-off against Chuck (John Paul Green). Austin gets Ally's necklace from her grandmother but accidentally drops it in the chili pot right before the judging. Luckily they find it. Guest stars: John Paul Green as Chuck|
|34||15||"Solos & Stray Kitties"||Shelley Jensen||Joey Manderino & Samantha Silver||June 2, 2013||214||3.2|
|Ally auditions for a record deal and is accepted, but is shocked to find out it's for a superficial music group called "The Stray Kitties". Disliking the group, Ally tries to quit, but her manager, Val, won't let her. So Austin, Dez and Trish try to find a way to get Ally out of her contract. Meanwhile Dez gets advice from Austin about a girl he likes. Dez begins to act sophisticated for his crush, because she is "Glamour Kitty." But in the end, she reveals that's just an act for "The Stray Kitties" and she likes stuff like Zalien movies. Song featured: "You Can Come to Me"|
|35||16||"Boy Songs & Badges"||Eric Dean Seaton||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||June 8, 2013||218||2.5|
|Ally has to write three songs for herself for a meeting with a record label, but Austin also needs a song for when he goes on Video Countdown Lives' New Music Tuesday. He tells Ally he can write his own song, but after trying to find inspiration from the Pioneer Rangers handbook, he finds that the song he and Dez wrote is actually horrible. Austin is too embarrassed to ask for Ally's help so instead, he takes Dez' advice and tries to get Ally to offer help. Their plan backfires when Ally is afraid she'll hurt their feelings and says she loves it. Trish tells Ally that Austin will be humiliated if he gets on live TV, so Ally tells him her honest opinion and Austin asks for help. Ally tells him that there isn't enough time, but suggests he uses one of her demo songs. He refuses though, because her songs are too girly for him. Trish is helping her brother's Pioneer Rangers group and has to take them camping. Ally suggests that Austin can call the show and say that he has to reschedule because he is volunteering with the Rangers. But the plan backfires when the show suggests bringing the show to Austin and watching him perform from the campground. On the day they're leaving, Ally suggests that Austin could sing his song as a gift for the kids, since it is centered on Pioneer Rangers. When he sings his song, the show thinks it's a joke and Austin has to find a new song to sing-one that isn't as cheesy as his Pioneer Ranger song. The Rangers are told to stall the broadcast by tying the host to a stump with a impossible knot and then trapping the rest of the crew in a tent so that Austin doesn't have to go live. In the end, Austin doesn't have to perform live after a bear gets on the campsite. Note: This is the first episode of the series airing on a Saturday night.|
|36||17||"Tracks & Troubles"||Sean Lambert||Steve Freeman & Aaron Ho||June 23, 2013||216||3.3|
|Jimmy Starr offers to buy Ally's new song for his daughter, Kira, but Ally says no because the song is about her. Kira has a new album and she went to go record. Austin, Trish, Ally and Dez went to go see, but when Austin, Dez and Trish accidentally ruin the song in the recording studio, Austin gets released from his contract with Starr Records. Kira has a gig and before she performs her song Ally went to Kira and gave her the song, and told Kira to tell her father to sign Austin back to his record deal. Kira lets Ally sing her song Finally Me at the gig. When Ally finishes her song Jimmy goes up to her and tells her what she was willing to do for Austin was sweet. He then signs Austin back to his record deal and also signs Ally on a record deal. Song featured: "Finally Me"|
|37||18||"Viral Videos & Very Bad Dancing"||Shannon Flynn||Luisa Leschin||July 14, 2013||219||3.2|
|Ally is nominated by Jean Paul Paul-Jean as a nominee of "Miami's Future Five". Each nominee must post a video of themselves online, but after Jean Paul Paul-Jean says that Ally may not win due to her lack of dancing ability, her friends try to change her original decision to create a dance video. Ally instead stays with her idea of a dance video. Ally ends up winning the contest making her dance look cool and lets her friends know that she believed in herself. Meanwhile, Dez and Austin try to relax at a fake beach. Songs featured: "The Ally Way"|
|38||19||"Tunes & Trials"||Shelley Jensen||Samantha Silver & Joey Manderino||July 19, 2013||220||4.1|
|Ally thinks Austin should have another shot at songwriting, so she gives him a songwriting book so he can try at it. To help him, she tells him to write about something/someone he cares about. Austin writes a song called "Steal Your Heart" and it becomes a big hit. Meanwhile, Trish and Dez are addicted to a show called Crime and Judgement. Soon afterwards, everyone begins asking Austin who he wrote the song about. Trish and Dez try to search for answers, using their knowledge from watching the show. Later on, Val (From Solos & Stray Kitties) accuses Austin of stealing "Steal Your Heart", which she claimed she wrote, but the gang suspect she is only suing them to get revenge for not writing her a song for the Stray Kitties. The next day, they go to court, where the foursome try their best to defend Austin, but experience trouble when Val displays her own evidence, putting them at risk of losing the case. Trish decides to question each of Austin's previous romantic interests to try to prove he wrote the song about one of them, but unfortunately they have no luck. They come to a decision to have Austin perform "Steal your heart" as evidence. Trish watches throughout the performance and notices that Austin looked at every girl in the courtroom except Ally. After that, Austin admits that the song is about Ally, after which they both admit they still have feelings for each other, but they still decide to be friends. In the end Team Austin & Ally wins the case.
Note: This is the third episode of the series airing on a Friday night. This episode was originally scheduled to premiere on July 21, 2013, but was moved down to a special timeslot, Friday, July 19 at 7:30/6:30c, preceding the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie, Teen Beach Movie starring (Ross Lynch) and (Maia Mitchell). The movie premieres at 8:00/7:00c, aSong featured: "Steal Your Heart"
|39||20||"Future Sounds & Festival Songs"||Shelley Jensen||Francisco Angones and Amy Higgins||July 28, 2013||226||3.3|
|Austin is invited to perform at the "World Music Festival" and Jimmy Starr asks Austin & Ally to write a new song for the festival. Austin chooses to use a futuristic instrument to write the song, but Ally believes they should write it the old fashioned way. After Austin accidentally breaks it, he gets electrocuted and is transferred to the year 2345, where everything is plain white and music is just random noise. Austin discovers that the advanced machines have ruined everything, making songwriting and music less personal. Austin realizes that the regular way of writing songs is more important and so he teaches real music to futuristic versions of Ally, Trish and Dez. He then gets electrocuted again, waking up from his futuristic dream in the present day and tells his friends. Song featured: "Timeless"|
|40||21||"Sports & Sprains"
"Sports & Brains"
|Shelley Jensen||Wayne Conley||August 4, 2013||221||2.9|
|It is spirit week in Marino High, Austin joins the basketball team, Ally writes for the school paper, Dez becomes a cheerleader and Trish pretends to care about school in order to win 1,000 dollars. After Austin joins the basketball team, Jimmy Starr tells Austin to quit to keep him from getting injured, affecting his ability to dance. Ally helps Austin decide to stay on the team, but unfortunately he sprains his knee during a match. The gang then must figure out a way to help Austin perform at an upcoming concert. Meanwhile, Dez competes against Chuck for the position of the school's yell leader.
Songs featured: "Living in the Moment"Guest stars: John Paul Green as Chuck
|41||22||"Beach Bums & Bling"||Sean Lambert||Wayne Conley||August 11, 2013||215||3.1|
|Austin discovers his old rock n' roll hero, Jackson Lowe playing for money at the mall. Austin convinces his friends to help him get a big comeback. Trish plans a concert for Austin and Jackson to perform a new song Ally wrote. Before the concert Jackson refuses to perform, but changes his mind after advice from Austin. The concert goes well until Jackson has a meltdown, which he then decides to stay out of the music business and reveals that he isn't broke. Meanwhile Austin gives gifts to his friends from his career check, Trish looks for a job where she can be her own boss, Dez finds a solid gold cart and Ally wears a pair of crystal shoes that are hard to walk in. Songs featured: "I Got That Rock n' Roll"|
|42||23||"Family & Feuds"||Craig Wyrick-Solari||Rick Nyholm||September 1, 2013||223||2.4|
|Austin, Ally and Trish join Dez and his father, Dennis (Jamie Kaler) and his mother, Donna (Vicki Lewis) at a birthday celebration for Dez' younger sister, Didi (Galadriel Stineman). At Didi's party, everyone meets Didi's boyfriend, Chuck. Dez then breaks the couple up with the help of his friends, only making Chuck wanting revenge on them. The gang and Dez' family decide to end Dez and Chuck's feud by putting them in a situation, where they must work together. In the end, the two make up and become friends. Guest stars: John Paul Green as Chuck, Jamie Kaler as Dennis, Vicki Lewis as Donna, Galadriel Stineman as Didi|
|43||24||"Moon Week & Mentors"||Ken Ceizler||Steve Freeman & Aaron Ho||September 15, 2013||222||3.6|
|Austin and Ally are going to be guest judges on "America's Top Talent!", and they help a girl, Lucy (Sabrina Carpenter) who is very similar to Ally with stage fright, so she can be a star. Ally thinks that she knows everything that Lucy likes and has to do to overcome her fear because she has almost the same mannerisms that Ally used to have, such as chewing on her hair when she gets nervous. So Ally tries to make Lucy become a different person. She does not let her choose the song that she wants to sing and changes her wardrobe. Ally tries to choose everything for Lucy but later Ally realizes that she taught Lucy to change in order to fit in. Lucy starts to feel uncomfortable on stage and then Ally realizes that she taught Lucy wrong and then tells her that she really does just have to be herself. Meanwhile, Trish wants to be on TV, so she tells Dez that if you make a big sign for the guest judges, then you will get noticed and be on TV. So Dez makes the signs, but he did not make the first sign big enough, and he accidentally let go of the second balloon sign, and don't get on TV.
Songs featured: "Don't Look Down", "Who I Am", "Unstoppable", "I Got That Rock n' Roll"
|44||25||"Real Life & Reel Life"||Shelley Jensen||Samantha Silver & Joey Manderino||September 22, 2013||224||3.2|
|Dez and Trish want to film a "Rockumentary" about Austin & Ally, but when the filming process brings out secrets about the pair, their friendship is torn apart. It is revealed that Ally doubted her partnership with Austin in the beginning, which upsets him that Ally had no faith in him. Dez then accidentally reveals that Austin secretly met with another songwriter while Ally's career was taking off, which upsets her that Austin was thinking of replacing her. The secrets cause the two fight with each other, preventing the film from being finished. Soon, Trish and Dez come up with an idea so the two could forgive each other- they have the couple recreate the day when Ally got rid of her stage fright. Austin and Ally forgive each other with a kiss. Song featured: "You Can Come to Me"|
|45||26||"Fresh Starts & Farewells"||Shelley Jensen||Heith Seifert & Kevin Kopelow||September 29, 2013||225||3.3|
|Austin finally gets to go on his first national tour and invites Ally, Dez, and Trish to come on tour with him. But when Ally gets a record deal with Ronnie Ramone, she has to decide whether to go on tour with Austin or stay in Miami and sign with Ronnie's label. During discussing whether or not she should go with Trish, she admits that she still has feelings for Austin and she feels that Austin feels the same way and thinks that if they don't see each other for 3 months than their feelings can change. Toward the end of the episode, Ally shows up at the tour bus, but just to say goodbye. She hugs everyone and one by one they go onto the bus. She and Austin hug the longest. Austin goes onto the bus, but runs out a second later. Austin was about to say , 'I love you", but instead gives her a card that says, "Thinking of you" with a message inside it. The last scene shows Ally playing the piano in Ronnie's studio, while looking at the card that Austin gave her, and Austin playing to the same song on guitar on the tour bus. Songs featured: "Better Than This", "The Me That You Don't See", "Illusion"|
Season 3 (2013–14)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code||U.S. viewers
|46||1||"Road Trips & Reunions"||Shelley Jensen||Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert||October 27, 2013||301||3.3|
|Ally is having trouble finishing her songs and video chats her friends. Since Ally decided not to go on tour with her friends, she reunites with them by joining them for the rest of Austin's tour. But things go wrong when Ally takes a plane to Portland, Maine, and meanwhile Austin, Dez and Trish are in Portland, Oregon. Later that night, Austin sleepily goes to the bathroom at a Washington rest stop and gets on the wrong tour bus with a group of Screaming Buttercup girls. Ally meets up with Trish and Dez, in Washington, which they soon find out Austin is missing. When they try to see each other again, Austin ends up in Washington, DC, while Ally is in Seattle, Washington. At Austin's Seattle concert, Austin finally arrives to see Ally and hugs her. Ally then decides to stay with Austin on tour, because he is her inspiration and she writes better songs with him. Austin & Ally hug as they are glad to stay together. Songs featured: "Chasin' the Beat of My Heart", "The Me That You Don't See (Acoustic)", "Living in the Moment (Instrumental)"|
|47||2||"What Ifs & Where's Austin"||Shelley Jensen||Rick Nyholm||November 3, 2013||302||3.5|
|When Austin leaves to get food, Ally, Trish, and Dez imagine life without Austin. In this imagination, Ally is Trish's songwriter instead of Austin's. Ally quits on the job because Trish changes up Ally's lyrics to some conceited ones, which causes Ally give up on music and become a scientist instead. Trish gets booed at all of her performances and she is very sad that she has nobody. Dez tells her she is not alone and that she has him. Trish and Dez have a love scene and have a blocked kiss. They then all admit it would be awful if Austin wasn't there with them. Trish admits that kissing Dez wouldn't be the worst thing in the world, but losing Ally as her best friend would be. Songs featured: "Double Take", "Finally Me"/"You Wish You Were Me"|
|48||3||"Presidents & Problems"||Shelley Jensen||Meg DeLoatch||November 10, 2013||303||3.0|
|In Washington D.C., the last stop of Austin's tour, Austin receives a "Role Model of the Year" Award, which makes Dez so desperate to get that medal for he haven't received an award in his life before. Afterwards, the gang does some sightseeing at a Smithsonian Museum. While Ally impresses herself as an amateur tour guide, Austin tries on some movie memorabilia and inadvertently gets his feet stuck in a pair of Dorothy's The Wizard of Oz silver shoes. The gang is able to elude museum security. Trish fields a call confirming that Austin will perform for the president of the United States. During his performance, Austin wears huge sneakers but one of them slips off and nearly hits the President. Austin comes clean and tells the truth to the President, who is moved by his honesty and pardons him. At the end of the show, the President awards Dez a medal for blocking the sneaker that was about to hit him.
Song featured: "Don't Look Down"
|49||4||"Beach Clubs & BFFs"||Sean Lambert||Samantha Silver & Joey Manderino||November 24, 2013||304||3.1|
|As the gang comes back from tour, Ally and Kira spend time together and realize they have a lot in common. They start dressing alike and call each other "twinsies" which makes Trish jealous. To make matters worse, Kira steps in on Trish's role as Ally's manager to book Ally a gig at a new beach club. Meanwhile, Dez and Austin find a treasure map at the beach club, and go crazy searching for the treasure with metal detectors. Song featured: "Redial"|
|50||5||"Mix-Ups & Mistletoes"
"Mix-Ups & Mistletoe"
|Adam Weissman||Rick Nyholm||December 1, 2013||310||3.2|
|Trish is organizing a Club for Kids on Christmas in which Austin and Ally will perform their original Christmas song and distribute Austin Moon Dolls. But a mess in the toy factory makes Austin have long hair (with a tiara) and behave like a baby doll, so Ally and Trish need to stop Austin from giving out the dolls. Meanwhile, Trish puts Dez and Chuck in a competition to determine who is a better Santa Claus for Christmas, but Trish uses them to do her work. Throughout the episode, Austin and Ally purposely go under a mistletoe and try to kiss, but they are interrupted by Dez twice.
Song featured: "I Love Christmas"
|51||6||"Glee Clubs & Glory"||Shelley Jensen||Meg DeLoatch||January 19, 2014||313||3.0|
|Austin joins Ally in her Glee Club. But when he has an idea to change the club a bit and Ally doesn't like it, he and Trish and other kids start their own rivaling Glee Club. Dez joins Ally's team so she has enough members. But because of their fighting the coach kicks both Austin and Ally out of the club, making Dez the new club president. Dez' leadership, dance moves, and ideas are so strange and annoying that Austin and Ally make up and Trish gets the coach to let them back in the club. At the competition the glee club sings a medley of the songs Austin and Ally wrote together and they win first place. At the end in Sonic Boom Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez agree to keep the trophy on the counter, but they all rush back because they want it. They end up breaking it, then tossing the pieces back, not wanting it anymore.
Guest stars: Ashley Argota as Elle
|52||7||"Austin & Alias"||Jon Rosenbaum||Steve Freeman & Aaron Ho||January 26, 2014||305||2.7|
|When Ronnie Ramone forbids Ally from being Austin's songwriter because they are on competing labels, Ally assumes an alias of Roxy Rocket. When Roxy's single becomes a smash hit and calls for a television interview, Ally dresses up as "Roxy", a "tall, self-confident dancer with a Swedish accent and blonde and pink checkerboard hair", but almost blows her cover when interviewer Jet Deely starts praising Roxy's song over Ally's. Meanwhile, Trish gets upset when Dez wins a raffle for a $1,000 gift for animal print emporium which Trish wanted to win. Dez agrees to give her the gift card within a week, but each time she insults him he'll go back and buy something. When Dez accidentally spills Trish's drink on her shirt, she becomes extremely nasty to him and as a result, he spends the gift card until there's only $7 of credit left.
Guest star: Joe Rowley as Ronnie Ramone
|53||8||"Princesses & Prizes"||Eric Dean Seaton||Rick Nyholm||February 9, 2014||306||2.7|
|To raise money for Ally's charity, Austin agrees to be in a date auction. A girl named Chelsea pledges $3,000 to go on a date with Austin, Ally gets into the auction herself, thinking Chelsea would soon become his new girlfriend. Ally pledges $3,001 but gets beaten by Chelsea pledging $5,000. Later, Austin is salsa dancing with Chelsea and Ally is jealous, so the only way to cut the dance short was for Dez to spin Ally out of control. Brooke tries to sabotage Austin's dance as well. Although on their "second date" Ally shows up trying to tell Austin that she is jealous but it turns out that it was Chelsea's little sister's birthday party and then instead of Ally saying what she feels Brooke intervenes and ruins the party. After that, Austin and ally confess their feelings. In the end, the foursome are salsa dancing, Trish with Dez and Austin with Ally.
Guest star: Sofia Carson as Chelsea
|54||9||"Cupids & Cuties"||Eric Dean Seaton||Heath Seifert and Kevin Kopelow||March 9, 2014||307|
|Trish gets a visit from a boy named Jace she is crushing on and she acts strangely when they go on a date, she seeks advice from Dr. Cupid, who is actually Dez. He said he came up with a fake name because he thought people would never take him seriously. Trish organizes a radio interview for him, but he reveals he never had a girlfriend or been on a date, so he is exposed as a fraud. He tries (and fails) getting himself a girlfriend, so his friends attempt to get him out of him funk by giving him advice but he doesn't do it. He later falls for a Beach club worker named Carrie and go to see a Zom Rom Com. Guest star: Cameron Deane Stewart as Jace|
|55||10||"Critics & Confidence"||Shannon Flynn||Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman||March 16, 2014||308||2.0|
|When Austin receives his first negative review from a critic named Kenneth Kreen, he falls into a slump and develops stage fright. Ally, Trish, and Dez try to help him get over it, Ally tries to kiss him, Dez tries to get him to talk to a girl and Trish tries to help him find his inner peace, however, he only becomes more scared after and Kenneth only gives him two more negative reviews after his concerts. Ally talks to Austin and comforts him and tells him that she lost her stage fright only when Austin was with her. In the end Austin sings a song to Kenneth and the song was dedicated to Ally, but Kenneth still gives him a negative review but Austin isn't effected by what Kenneth says, because he becomes confident with himself and knows he rocks.
Guest star: Justin Dray as Kenneth Kreen
|56||11||"Directors & Divas"||Laura James||Story by Joey Manderino & Samantha Silver
Teleplay by Aaron Ho & Steve Freeman
|April 13, 2014||2.3|
|After Austin and Trish go to a meeting, they announce that Spike Stevens wants Austin to be in his movie and for Ally to write the movie's song. Dez is also hired to be Spike's intern, but he thinks he is Spike's directing assistant. The team meet Austin's co star Brandy Braxton, a very spoiled actress. After Dez finds out he is just an intern he tries to help Spike by keeping Brandy under control. Later, Spike leaves the set because his wife is in labour, so the gang persuade Spike to let Dez finish the shooting.
Song featured: "Heart of the Mermaid"
|57||12||"Ally's New Crush"
"Hunks & Homecoming"
|Adam Weissman||Steve Freeman & Aaron Ho||June 22, 2014||2.9|
|When Ally's record producer pairs her with a new artist to record a duet, she is caught off-guard to learn he has a crush on her. Austin realizes that he still has feelings for Ally. Austin tries to tell Ally, but he learns that Gavin and Ally are dating. Song featured: Me and You|
|58||13||"Austin's New Crush"
"Fashion Shows & First Impressions"
|Craig Wyrick-Solari||Samantha Silver & Joey Mandarino||June 29, 2014||2.1|
|Ally is invited to a fashion show and she will be wearing the jubjub bird coat, and when Austin dates Piper, she is against animal abuse. Piper was just testing if he was a great guy or not, and Austin was tricked into eating vegetables, giving up his things, but mostly, spilling paint on the models. When Ally is walking down the runway, the bucket of paint would spill, but Austin decided to save her. Turns out, the fashion show was to raise money for saving the jubjub bird, and the coat was made of the feathers that fell off it.|
|59||14||"Fanatics & Favors"||July 13, 2014||N/A|
|Austin, Ally and Trish learn that Dez has an unexpected relative who is coincidentally a huge Austin Moon fan, in addition to being an NBA superstar. Special guest star: Dwayne Wade|
|60||15||"Eggs & Extraterrestrials"||July 27, 2014||N/A|
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