Austin & Ally

Season 1 Episode 11

Songwriting & Starfish

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 11, 2012 on Disney Channel

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  • Austin, Ally, Dez, and Trish must explain to Officer Dunphy on why they were at the ice cream shop late at night so they won't end up in jail

    Austin is interested in participating in the Hot Summer Jam Contest, with a little help from his buddies, he just might win. The prize: a shot at having one of his original songs on the radio. The contest takes place at the beach where Ally wants to get over her bad memories, of the beach, so she can have a good time. But when Ally's book gets covered in gum Trish (who got a job at an ice cream shop) puts it in her cart to freeze the gum so they can scrape it off, but they leave the book in the ice cream cart and try to break in the shop to get the book, but get locked in the freezer so Austin calls Dez to save them but with the bad reception, Dez mistakes the phrase "Come to the ice cream shop, and save us" for the phrase "Come to the ice cream and shave Gus." Dez rescues them, but they get caught by the police, but they explain why there were in the ice cream shop, and don't end up in jail. I thought that this was a perfect episode of "Austin and Ally". The storyline was well done and there were so many hilarious parts in this episode to really enjoy. The parts that made me laugh were Officer Dunphy's part throughout the episode, "Do Not Hug The Ice Cream" sign, Dez putting glue all over him instead of sunscreen when they were at the beach, Dez mistakenly thinking Austin told him "Come to the ice cream shop and Shave Gus" when Austin actually told him "Come to the ice cream shop and Save Us", Dez actually shaving a guy named Gus, and more. I also loved that Officer Dunphy was a drummer for Austin at his Hot Summer Jam Contest was funny and enjoyable as well. The song "Heard It On The Radio" was an awesome song as well. Overall, another well done episode of "Austin and Ally". 10/10
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