Austin & Ally

Season 1 Episode 8

Club Owners & Quinceaneras

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 19, 2012 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary


Trish's quinceañera (fifteenth birthday party) presents Austin with the opportunity of performing for a big time club owner and Ally with the chance to dance with her crush, Dallas.

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  • Another perfect episode of Austin and Ally.

    WOW!!! This episode is a reason why everyone should watch this show, I don't know how much of this show I can take. I might change my review of this show since its going so good! I made my review based on 2 episodes. (One of the worst mistake of my life.) But i'm like 80% gonna change it. Ok Austin wants to perform at Trish;s Quincinera so a night would book him at all his clubs, but disaster strikes when he breaks his ankle. Meanwhile, Ally wants to impress Dallas by dancing at her party. This was a perfect Austin and Ally. The third perfect one of the show so far. Now Kangaroos and Khaos was hilarious and Secrect and Songbooks was more funny, but this one is the funniest. I was laughing so hard that my mom thought something was wrong with me. Now the parts that made me laugh out loud was when Dez said you could ride a smart elephant that it shows a picture of an elephant with glasses. Dez swinging from a vine and the whole country club and night club mix up. Now I know it sounds like those things are not funny but watch and you'll see why I think they're funny. Now the storyline was fun and I'm sure that kids will love the storyline. And what made me love it more was Trish didn't say he annoying job lines. YES!!! That's the worst thing about the show. I was annoyed with it with the second episode and I hope this is a sign. Now she did say "Guess who's having a quincenera." And that was actually pretty funny. Well overall 10/10.moreless
  • Another PERFECT episode

    Austin plans to preform for an owner of a popular club at Trish's Quinceanera, but he falls and breaks his ankle. Meanwhile, Ally becomes nervous when she learns her crush Dallas will be at the party. This was another perfect episode of "Austin and Ally". Just like the previous episode "Managers and Meatballs", this episode was perfect and it's now my new favorite. This episode had more humor than than "Managers and Meatballs" however which I really enjoyed. There were so many parts in this episode that really made me laugh so hard but there are just like so many funny moments and I can't remember them at this time. All I can tell you is that it has a fun and well written storyline. It was also nice that FOR ONCE Trish didn't say "Guess who got a job at..... blah blah blah". That gag already got old after the first episode so I hope the writers stop with that gag in the future. Only thing Trish said that it familiar with that is "Guess who's having a Quinceanera" (in a disappointed tone) but I was okay with that since it's WAY different. Ally looked very pretty in this episode and I thought it was funny how Austin is teaching her how to slow-dance so Ally can dance with her crush Dallas. I felt bad for Ally when she asked Dallas if he wanted to dance with her and then he responds "No". It turned out in the end that Dallas isn't a good dancer (just like Ally) which is why he didn't dance with her. Everything about this episode was just hilarious and awesome. The twist with that owner turning to be a "country club owner" instead of a "night club owner" was funny as well. Overall, a perfect episode of "Austin and Ally"... two perfect episodes in a row. 10/10moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • "Guess Who Got a Job at... "

      Trish's job(s) in this episode: Daycare employee. (Trish's mom also reveals that Trish's first job was at the bookstore, her second job was the following day at the bakery and her third job was an hour later at the pet store)

    • Trish's full name is revealed to be Patricia Maria De La Rosa in this episode.

    • Trish celebrates her fifteenth birthday in this episode. Her family throws her a quinceañera, a celebration in Latin American cultures of a girl's fifteenth birthday, which marks the transition from childhood to young womanhood.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Austin: Excuse me, sir. I'm Austin Moon. I'm sorry I didn't get to perform for you tonight, but I was really hoping to play at one of your clubs.
      Emilio: Sure, son. How's 6:00 a.m. tomorrow?
      Austin: I usually don't play that early, but okay.
      Trish: Austin, he owns country clubs, not nightclubs.
      Austin & Ally: Ohhh.
      Austin: Yeah, I don't play golf or get up at 6:00 a.m.

    • Austin: I really wanted to sing for you guys. But there's only time for one song. And I'd rather spend that time dancing with one of my best friends.
      Dez: Aww, man. So sweet.
      Austin: Not you. Ally.

    • Austin: You're still gonna to dance with Dallas. I'll coach you. Dez, you be Dallas. Ally, you be Ally.
      Dez: Aww, I want to be Ally.
      Austin: Dez, we've talked about this.

    • Ally: I must be the worst dancer in the history of dancing.
      Austin: Oh, that's not true. Dancing's been around forever. There must be someone worse.
      Ally: Gee, thanks.

    • Ally: You know I can't dance, Trish. I'll have better luck talking to him.
      Dallas: Sorry, I left my drink on your table.
      Ally: Or maybe you left our table under your drink.
      (laughs nervously)
      (to Trish) I gotta learn how to dance.

    • Trish: Hey, Dallas, I'm having a party. Black tie optional. Gifts mandatory.
      Dallas: Cool. Can't wait.
      (Dallas leaves)
      Ally: I can't believe you did. Do you really need cellphone accessories that badly?
      Trish: No, I invited him because you have a crush on him. But if he doesn't bring me a sparkly cellphone case, he's not getting dinner.

    • Trish: Guess who's having a quinceañera?
      Dez: Oh, I'll take one! Do you have any chicken quinceañeras? I'm trying to cut back on red meat.
      Trish: You're thinking of a quesadilla.
      Dez: No, a quesadilla is a traditional Latin American party celebrating a girl's 15th birthday. (grunts)
      Trish: That's a quinceañera. And stop trying to learn other languages. You can barely speak English.

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