Austin & Ally

Disney Channel (ended 2016)
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  • Austin Moon, an extroverted musician and singer, partners with Ally Dawson, an introverted songwriter, to create music together. Along with the help of Austin's friend, Dez, an aspiring filmmaker, and Ally's friend, Trish, a chronically employed teen, this foursome hopes to make Austin a star.

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 20

    Duets & Destiny

    Aired 1/10/16

  • S 4 : Ep 19

    Musicals & Moving On

    Aired 1/10/16

  • S 4 : Ep 18

    Santas & Surprises

    Aired 12/6/15

  • S 4 : Ep 17

    Cap and Gown & Can't Be Found

    Aired 11/22/15

  • S 4 : Ep 16

    Rejection & Rocketships

    Aired 11/8/15

  • Cast & Crew
  • Calum Worthy


  • Laura Marano

    Ally Dawson

  • Raini Rodriguez

    Trish De La Rosa

  • Ross Lynch

    Austin Moon

  • Andy Goldenberg


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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (103)

    • Trish: Guess who got a job as Austin's manager.
      Austin: She has so much job experience. Her résumé was like eight pages.

    • Austin: I want you to be my parnter.
      Ally: Spend more time with you?
      Austin: You're a songwriter with stage fright; I'm a singer who loves being on stage. We're a perfect match. What do you say?
      Ally: We're partners.

    • Austin: Imagine you come home and your living room is just full of cheerleaders.
      Ally: Uh, that's not really my idea of fun.
      Austin: Okay, pretend you're on stage performing...
      Ally: Oh, no way. I have horrible stage fright.
      Austin: Then imagine you're on the beach.
      Ally: Ugh, sand's getting everywhere. Ew, is that guy really wearing a thong?
      Austin: Okay, forget the beach! What do you like?
      Ally: I like pickles.
      Austin: Great. Pretend you're eating a pickle.
      Ally: There's no eating in the store.
      Austin: All right!

    • Austin: What do you got?
      Ally: Okay, um... "The tears of your heart cry..."
      Austin: Too depressing.
      Ally: Okay. Uh. "The midnight sadness..."
      Austin: That's even more too depressing. This song should be fun, like a splash of sunshine. You're like a drizzle of darkness.

    • Austin: Who am I kidding? My dad always said music was a waste of time. He said I had a bazillion to one chance of making it.
      Ally: That's exactly what my dad said to me.
      Dez: Do you know what my dad said to me? "Dez, stop texting the dog!"

    • Ally: (to Austin) Okay, uh, how about this. (singing) I'm not helping you with your song, get out of my store.
      Dez: That doesn't rhyme.
      Ally: (singing) There's the door.
      Dez: That's better.

    • Ally: Okay, the only thing standing between us and telling the world the truth about Austin is that guard. The trick is to act like you're supposed to be here. You gotta exude confidence.
      Security Guard: Can I help you ladies?
      Ally: No! (nervously) Yes, we're looking for the kitchen. Or bathroom! We're friends with Bernie. Or Lulu?

    • Ally: I wrote that song and you have to tell everybody the truth.
      Austin: I can't! Do you know how embarrassing that would be for me? Consider my feelings. Are you really that selfish?

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    Notes (65)

    • Featured Music: "Double Take" and"Break Down The Walls"

    • This episode premiered at a special date and time of Friday, December 2, 2011 at 9:30pm (ET) as a special preview of the new series following the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie <em>Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!</em>

    • Featured Music: "A Billion Hits"

    • Ross Lynch, who plays Austin, also plays Ralphie Hayes, the guy in the dog food commercial.

    • Even though this is the second episode of the series, Disney Channel promoted this episode as the official series premiere.

    • This is the first episode of the series to premiere at the series' normal time of Sunday at 8:00pm (ET).

    • First appearance on the series inthisepisode of Nelson (played by Cole Sand), the young kid to whom Ally gives music lessons.

    • Featured Music: "Not a Love Song"

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    Trivia (50)

    • Dez's Random Food: Ham he pulls from his back pack.

    • "Guess Who Got a Job at... "

      Trish's job(s) in this episode: Cupcake City employee; Magic Store employee; Pet Store employee; Mug Store employee; Austin's manager.

    • Mytewb is a parody of Youtube.

    • "Guess Who Got a Job at... "

      Trish's job(s) in this episode:Yo-Yo Cart employee, Dry-Cleaner's employee

    • Featured Music: "A Billion Hits"

    • Dez's Random Food: different jellies from his backpack

    • "Guess Who Got a Job at... "

      Trish's job(s) in this episode: Make-up Kiosk employee, Lost and Found former employee, Austin's conscience.

    • "Aw, Nartz!"

      Nelson says, "Aw, Nartz!" in this episode when: he practiced his right hook all week for the Fight Fest, only to discover it is a Fright Fest.

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    Allusions (12)

    • The fictional "Entertain Me Tonight" is an allusion to "Entertainment Tonight."

    • The fictional "The Helen Show" is an allusion to "The Ellen Degeneres Show."

    • The fictional "Tweeter" is an allusion to the social media site, Twitter.

    • The fictional myTAB is an allusion to the Apple tablet, iPad

    • Scarface

      Austin's line at the end of the episode, "Say hello to my little umbrella" (with a Cuban accent)is a paraphrase of the line, "Say hello to my little friend," uttered by Al Pacino as Tony Montana in the 1983 film, Scarface.

    • Apocalypse Now

      Austin's line at the end of the episode, "I love the smell of crab meat in the morning," is a paraphrase of the line, " I love the smell of napalm in the morning," which was uttered by Robert Duvall as Lt. Col. Kilgore in the 1979 film, Apocalypse Now.

    • Star Wars - Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

      Austin's line at the end of the episode, (wheezing) "Crab, I am you father," is a paraphrase of the line, "No, I am your father," from the 1980 film, Star Wars - Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, which is often misquoted as "Luke, I am your father."

    • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

      Austin's line at the end of the episode, "Hasta la vista, Crabbie," is a paraphrase of the line, "Hasta la vista, baby," uttered in the 1991 film, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

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  • Fan Reviews (261)
  • omg. what did I just read.

    By R5riina, Jan 17, 2016

  • Its.................. Meh

    By Madchatterbox, Sep 08, 2015

  • Super funny and creative!

    By Capochinno11, Jan 06, 2016

  • It's just... awful.

    By gossip-girl101, Jan 01, 2016

  • Nothing good about this show.

    By ashleysguido, Dec 26, 2015