List of Jonas L.A. episodes

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The following is an episode list for the Disney Channel Original Series Jonas L.A. The series premiered on May 2, 2009 as JONAS for its first season, and was renamed JONAS L.A. for its second season ending on October 3, 2010 with 34 episodes produced.

Series overview[edit]

Seasons Episodes Originally aired (U.S. Dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 21 May 2, 2009 March 14, 2010
2 13 June 20, 2010 October 3, 2010

Season 1: 2009–2010[edit]

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1 1 "Wrong Song" Jerry Levine Ivan Menchell 4.0[1][2] May 2, 2009 (2009-05-02) 105
Kevin and Joe warn Nick that he's falling too fast for his crush, Penny, but Nick doesn't listen to them. Nick then becomes heartbroken when he hears Penny singing the love song, that he wrote especially for her, to her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Stella creates a new line of clothing called Stellcro and uses Macy to test it.

Jonas Songs featured: "Give Love a Try"

Guest Star: Bridgit Mendler as Penny
2 2 "Groovy Movies" Paul Hoen Ivan Menchell 2.2[3] May 9, 2009 (2009-05-09) 102
The boys try to reenact their Mom's home movies, after ruining the original copies.

Guest Stars: Rebecca Creskoff as Sandy, Frankie Jonas as Frankie

Absent: Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa
3 3 "Pizza Girl (US)
Slice of Life (UK)"
Paul Hoen Heather MacGillvray & Linda Mathious 3.3[4] May 16, 2009 (2009-05-16) 108
The guys all fall for their pizza delivery girl and they break their JONAS code by competing with each other to see who gets her.

Jonas Songs featured: "Pizza Girl"
Guest Stars: Rebecca Creskoff as Sandy, Frankie Jonas as Frankie and Scheana Marie Jancan as Maria

Notes: Kevin makes a reference to Maria from The Sound of Music. In the UK, this episode is titled "Slice of Life".
4 4 "Keeping It Real" Lev L. Spiro Michael Curtis & Roger S. H. Schulman 3.4[5] May 17, 2009 (2009-05-17) 103
The boys try to impress their mom by doing normal chores, but are unable to do so because of screaming fans.

Jonas Songs featured: "Keep It Real"

Guest Star: Rebecca Creskoff as Sandy, Frankie Jonas as Frankie and Kara Stribling as Little Girl
5 5 "Band's Best Friend" Linda Mendoza Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert 3.7[5] June 7, 2009 (2009-06-07) 109
Joe's childhood friend Carl comes to visit them, but manipulates their popularity for his own gain so they teach him a lesson. Meanwhile, Stella is furious with Macy for using the money she lent her to buy a collector potato chip that has a resemblance to Joe.

Jonas Songs featured: "We Got To Work It Out"

Guest Star: Nate Hartley as Carl Schuster and John Lloyd Taylor as Mr. Costello
6 6 "Chasing the Dream" Paul Hoen Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert 2.5[6] June 14, 2009 (2009-06-14) 104
When Kevin allows Macy to be a backup singer after their normal backup singer falls ill, he is put in an awkward situation when Macy turns out to be tone deaf.

Jonas Songs featured: "Keep It Real"

Guest Star: Rif Hutton as Malcolm Meckle
7 7 "Fashion Victim" Lev L. Spiro Michael Curtis & Roger S.H. Schulman 3.0[7] June 21, 2009 (2009-06-21) 101
Joe gets jealous when Stella goes on a date with Van Dyke, so he calls for an emergency fashion meeting, ruining Stella's date. In turn, Stella gives Joe a bad outfit to wear when meeting the Queen of England.

Jonas Songs featured: "Tell Me Why"

Guest Stars: Chuck Hittinger as Van Dyke Tosh and Millicent Martin as Her Majesty
8 8 "That Ding You Do" Paul Hoen Heather MacGillvray & Linda Mathious 3.5[8] June 28, 2009 (2009-06-28) 106
Joe finds that it is rough being a member of JONAS when he develops a crush on a cello player who dislikes rock stars, so he decides to play the triangle in the orchestra. Meanwhile, Macy and Stella have a bet on who can go longest minus their so called obsessions. (Macy can't say JONAS and Stella can't text.)

Jonas Songs featured: "Blue Danube" (Rock version)
Guest Stars: Peter MacKenzie as Mr. Phelps and Mariah Buzolin as Angelina

Title Reference: That Thing You Do
9 9 "Complete Repeat" Sean McNamara Ivan Menchell 4.0[9] July 5, 2009 (2009-07-05) 110
Nick experiences writer's block as part of a really bad day. When he falls asleep, he dreams of writing a great song but can't remember it once he wakes up, so Joe and Kevin try to re-create Nick's bad day to so that he will be able to dream his great song again.

Jonas Songs featured: "I Did It All Again"
Guest Star: Samantha Boscarino as Amy

Absent: Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa
10 10 "Love Sick" Paul Hoen Michael Curtis & Roger S.H. Schulman 3.7[10] August 2, 2009 (2009-08-02) 113
Joe questions his relationship with Stella when invited to a fashion event. Meanwhile, Macy accepts a date with Randolph and decides to make him into a "Nick clone".

Jonas Songs featured: "Love Sick"

Guest Star: Graham Patrick Martin as Randolph
11 11 "The Three Musketeers" Savage Steve Holland Kim Duran & Zachary Rosenblatt N/A August 9, 2009 (2009-08-09) 114
The members of JONAS try their hand at acting in a school production of the Three Musketeers. Joe then becomes jealous after finding out that Van Dyke Tosh, who fills in for Joe due to stage fright, is Stella's love interest. Meanwhile, Macy tries to find her lucky charm bracelet with the help of Kevin.

Jonas Songs featured: "Tell Me Why"

Guest Stars: Chuck Hittinger as Van Dyke Tosh and Tangelia Rouse as Mrs. Snark
12 12 "Frantic Romantic (US)
Undercover Paparazzi (UK)"
Jerry Levine Ivan Menchell N/A August 16, 2009 (2009-08-16) 116
A magazine linked Joe in a relationship with a celebrity named Fiona Skye. When Fiona begins to follow Joe, he and his brothers realize that something must be done. Guest Star: Sara Paxton as Fiona Skye
13 13 "Detention" Paul Hoen Julie Sherman Wolfe N/A August 23, 2009 (2009-08-23) 112
A teacher lets Joe slide on an accident with a fire alarm, but gives his friend Abby detention for the same mistake. Meanwhile, Stella struggles with her grade in P.E. class.

Jonas Songs featured: "Tell Me Why" and "Keep It Real"
Guest Stars: Tangelia Rouse as Mrs. Snark, Carly Lang as Abby, and Bob Glouberman as Mr. Spencer

Absent: John Ducey as Tom Lucas
14 14 "Karaoke Surprise" Paul Hoen Michael Curtis & Heather MacGillvray N/A September 6, 2009 (2009-09-06) 115
For their 15th Friendship Anniversary, Joe suggests to throw a party for Stella and enlists the help of Macy. Meanwhile Nick and Kevin bet who's better at Hackeysack and Kevin takes a kung-fu twist to the competition. Jonas Songs featured: "Give Love a Try" and "Keep It Real"
15 15 "Home Not Alone" David Kendall Linda Mathious & Heather MacGillvray N/A September 20, 2009 (2009-09-20) 118
Kevin, Joe and Nick are left home alone for a week and they try to behave and impress their parents, but when Frankie throws a party, their plans go into a tailspin. Meanwhile, Stella unwittingly "takes control" of the JONAS fan club from Macy. Title Reference: Home Alone
16 16 "Forgetting Stella's Birthday" Paul Hoen Kim Duran & Zachary Rosenblatt N/A September 27, 2009 (2009-09-27) 117
When Joe, Nick, and Kevin forget Stella's birthday, they try to plan her another one, but schedule it at the same time as a "big interview".

Jonas Songs featured: "Time Is On Our Side"

Guest Star: Jim Turner as Robert Lincoln Coler
17 17 "The Tale of the Haunted Firehouse" Paul Hoen Juile Sherman Wolfe N/A October 11, 2009 (2009-10-11) 119
When Kevin thinks there is a ghost in the firehouse, he enlists Stella, Joe and Nick to help him find it.

Absent: Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa

Notes: This episode aired first on Disney Channel Middle East on October 3, 2009 as part of Disney Channel's "Wiz-Tober 2009".
18 18 "Double Date" Michael Curtis Roger S.H. Schulman & Michael Curtis N/A November 8, 2009 (2009-11-08) 120
Van Dyke asks Stella on a date to El Meat, a new, all-meat restaurant, and a jealous Joe crashes the date with Macy, in order to keep an eye on Stella. Kevin has an addiction to Nick's cookies and Nick tries to teach Kevin a lesson about self-control.

Guest star: Chuck Hittinger as Van Dyke Tosh

Absent: John Ducey as Tom Lucas
19 19 "Cold Shoulder" Paul Hoen Heather MacGillvray & Linda Mathious N/A December 6, 2009 (2009-12-06) 111
Kevin's old girlfriend, Anya has joined the school, but the kids in school make fun of her because they find her eccentric. Meanwhile, Joe, Nick, Stella and Macy try to find out who has been taking picture of Jonas and uploading it on Macy's website.

Jonas Songs featured: "I Left My Heart in Scandinavia"
Guest Star: Madison Riley as Anya
Notes: This episode can also be seen on the DVD "JONAS: Rocking the House" that was released on September 22, 2009 as a bonus feature. Scandinavia is the first song from the Jonas Brothers in which Kevin Jonas sings lead vocals.

The episode also closely references CSI: Miami, with Joe imitating Horatio Caine's infamous one-liners.
20 20 "Beauty and the Beat" Savage Steve Holland Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert N/A January 24, 2010 (2010-01-24) 107
The boys are the judges of a beauty contest that Stella decides to be a part of, but she ends up humiliating herself.

Jonas Songs featured: "We Got To Work It Out"
Guest Stars: Mark DeCarlo as Himself, Cindy Ambuehl as Maggie Belle, and Chelsea Harris as Carrie Sue
Absent: Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa
Title Reference: Beauty and the Beast

Note: This episode can also be seen on the DVD "JONAS: Rocking the House" that was released on September 22, 2009 as a bonus feature.
21 21 "Exam Jam" Paul Hoen Ivan Menchell 3.6[11] March 14, 2010 (2010-03-14) 121
As the JONAS World Concert Tour draws closer, Joe and Stella come to terms with being apart from one another over the summer. Meanwhile, Kevin and Joe devise a plan to help Nick ace his geometry test after their dad threatens not to send the brothers on tour unless they pass all of their school exams.Macy narrates throughout the episode.

Jonas Songs featured: "Time Is On Our Side", "Love Sick", "Give Love a Try", "Scandinavia" (new version), "Work It Out", and "Keep It Real"

Notes: This episode first aired on Disney Channel India on January 22. This is the first season finale, with their tour continuing from this episode. This is John Ducey's final episode as a regular cast member.

Season 2: 2010[edit]

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22 1 "House Party" Paul Hoen Lester Lewis 3.3[12][13] June 20, 2010 (2010-06-20) 201
When the boys arrive in Los Angeles, they are told by their new neighbor, DZ (parody of JZ), that they have to throw a party to fit in, and the boys decide to do it. Meanwhile, Stella and Macy arrive in L.A., with Stella thinking that Joe wants to continue their romantic relationship. But things go downhill when he's spotted hugging actress Vanessa Page (Abby Pivaronas).

Songs: "LA Baby"

Guest Stars: Adam Hicks as DZ, Emma Roberts as Herself and Anna Maria Perez de Taglé as Herself (uncredited)
23 2 "Back to the Beach" Eyal Gordin Marc Warren N/A June 27, 2010 (2010-06-27) 202
Joe prepares for an audition with Vanessa Page, but when he arrives he is faced with a room full of actors who all resemble him. Stella and Kevin helps him while doing a scene for his audition. Meanwhile, Nick gets jealous when pro surfer, Stone Stevens asks Macy to work on his website.

Songs: "Fall"

Guest Stars: Adam Hicks as DZ, Debi Mazar as Mona Klein and Austin Butler as Stone Stevens
24 3 "Date Expectations" Paul Hoen Paul Ruehl 3.2[14] July 2, 2010 (2010-07-02) 203
Stella meets a new friend, Ben, while hiking with Macy and he asks her out. She accepts. Joe gets very jealous and confronts Ben. Meanwhile, it's an all out war between Kevin and Nick to see who gets the spot in Justin Timberlake's Ping-Pong Tournament.

Songs: "Make It Right"
Guest Stars: Adam Hicks as DZ and Robert Adamson as Ben

Note: This episode was originally slated to premiere on July 4, but it was moved up to July 2.
25 4 "And... Action" Paul Hoen Ned Goldreyer 3.7[15][16] July 11, 2010 (2010-07-11) 204
Joe arrives late to movie set angering Mona. Stella's aunt takes up a new hobby. Meanwhile, Macy gives DZ a makeover and tips about what girls like in a guy. But the tips are actually what she likes in a guy, hinting to Nick.

Songs: "Invisible"
Guest Stars: Adam Hicks as DZ, Debi Mazar as Mona Klein, Kym Whitley as Officer Evie and Claire Demorest as Andrea Munroe

Note: The scenes of Joe and Vanessa on the set of Forever April were filmed on the Universal Lot on the original "Bates Motel" set from the movie Psycho. And the spa session that Macy gave DZ included: new clothes, eyebrow waxing, doing his hair (which was tough because of hair tonic and hair glue), and gives him advice on girls.
26 5 "America's Sweethearts" Eyal Gordin Jessica Kaminsky 3.5[17] July 25, 2010 (2010-07-25) 205
Joe asks Stella to find out if Vanessa likes him, but Stella is unwilling to do it, so she fails. She lies to Joe, telling him that Vanessa doesn't have feelings for him, which results in both costars being hurt. Kevin becomes Mona's assistant.

Songs: "Hey You"
Guest Stars: Debi Mazar as Mona Klein

Absent: Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa
27 6 "The Secret" Paul Hoen Grace Parra 4.1[18][19] August 1, 2010 (2010-08-01) 207
When Big Man leaves Nick in charge of watching his niece Kiara for the day, she figures out that Nick and Macy have been keeping their relationship a secret from everyone else. In order to keep her quiet, Nick agrees to record a song with her. Meanwhile, Joe accidentally gives Kevin a black eye during his movie fight training.

Songs: "Your Biggest Fan", "Keep It Real" and "Set This Party Off"
Guest Star: China Anne McClain as Kiara Tyshanna

Note: According to Nicole Anderson, a kiss between her and Nick Jonas was filmed for this episode, but was deleted.
28 7 "A Wasabi Story" John Scott Danny Warren August 8, 2010 (2010-08-08) 206
Vanessa arranges a double date with Stella and Ben and her and Joe to have a world famous sushi chef for them. Things get complicated when Ben and Vanessa finds out that Joe and Stella had something between each other before. Kevin and Nick are going to a golf course and Macy asks if she can come along.

Songs: "Chillin' In The Summertime"

Guest Star: Alec Mapa as Chef Shiraki and Robert Adamson as Ben
29 8 "Up in the Air" John Scott Marc Warren N/A August 15, 2010 (2010-08-15) 208
Mona asks Joe if Stella wants to be the new designer on set, much to Vanessa's annoyance. Meanwhile, Kevin tells Nick that Macy only likes handmade gifts, so he makes a mug for her for their one month-iversary.

Songs: "Things Will Never Be The Same"
Guest Stars: Debi Mazar as Mona Klein and China McClain as Kiara Tyshanna

Note: This episode premiered on Joe Jonas' 21st birthday.
30 9 "Direct to Video" Paul Hoen Ned Goldreyer & Paul Ruehl 3.8 August 22, 2010 (2010-08-22) 209
The brothers decide to make a new music video which Kevin wants to direct but is upset after his father hires a popular music video director, McP, to direct the video instead. Meanwhile, Frankie has a crush on Macy and is trying to win her heart away from Nick. Also, Stella gets sick and Aunt Lisa takes care of her.

Songs: "Drive"

Guest Stars: John Ducey as Tom Lucas, Frankie Jonas as Frankie Lucas and Antony Del Rio as McP
31 10 "The Flirt Locker" Paul Hoen Jennifer Fisher 3.4[20] August 29, 2010 (2010-08-29) 210
A well-known celebrity blogger named Jessika nicknamed "The Movie Brat" interviews Joe for his movie, so Joe decides to flirt with her to prove to Stella that his charm is universal. Nick meets with a music producer. Also, Big Man makes Kevin do a vigorous workout to get back into shape.

Songs: "Critical"
Guest Star: Abbie Cobb as Jessika

Note: This episode premiered on Nicole Anderson's 20th birthday.
32 11 "Boat Trip" Savage Steve Holland Lester Lewis 2.8[21] September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) 211
With Joe and Stella not speaking to each other, Nick and Macy come up with a plan to get them to talk. Meanwhile, David Henrie challenges Kevin to a reality show competition.

Songs: "Chillin in the Summer Time"
Special Guest Star: David Henrie as Himself
Special appearance by: Emily Osment as Herself

Note: This is the first of a three-part season finale.
33 12 "On the Radio" Savage Steve Holland Jessica Kaminsky 2.8[22] September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26) 212
In this episode Joe, Nick and Kevin do an interview on the radio to tell their fans they are not breaking up. On the interview they find out each of them have been doing a side project.

Songs: "Summer Rain"
Special Guest Star: David Henrie as Himself
Guest Star: Debi Mazar as Mona Klein and Abby Pirvonas as Vanessa Paige

Note: This is the second of a three-part season finale.
34 13 "Band of Brothers" Ryan Shiraki Ryan Shiraki 3.5[23] October 3, 2010 (2010-10-03) 213
In the Series Finale, The guys plan a secret concert to show their fans that they are not breaking up. Meanwhile, Stella feels betrayed when Joe doesn't tell her that he has to go to New Zealand to shoot his sequel movie "Forever April", so she leaves L.A. But right before she gets on the airplane, Joe runs into the airport and kisses her. So, they end up getting back together and they all have to get to the concert in which Nick and Macy have been waiting for them the whole time.

Songs: "Feelin Alive" "Critical" and "L.A. Baby (Acoustic Version)"
Guest Stars: China McClain as Kiara Tyshanna, Frankie Jonas as Frankie Lucas, Abby Pirivonas as Vanessa Paige and Debi Mazar as Mona Klein

Note: This is the third and last part of the season finale, following the show's cancellation.

External links[edit]


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  2. ^ Jonas averages 4 million viewers Posted on 04 May 2009 by Robert Seidman
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  8. ^ http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/06/30/disney-channel-is-tv%E2%80%99s-no-1-network-in-total-day-in-kids-6-11-and-tweens-9-14/21695
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