Hannah Montana

Season 2 Episode 9

Achy Jakey Heart, Part One

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Jun 24, 2007 on Disney Channel
9.0
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Jake comes home to Malibu, eager to restart his relationship with Miley. He soon realizes, however, that absence doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder.

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  • perfect

    10
    jake ryan comes back to town and wants to rekindle his relationship with miley. they resume going out and jake tells her a secret- he tells her his real first name is Leslie. Jake likes that he can be this honest with her, which makes miley feel guilty because of her hannah secret... is it time for the secret to be revealed to someone else?



    good episode, i liked the ending a lot and the other parts were also quite good, funny, and had nice pacing, my grade for this episode is sn A+, just an all around great offeringmoreless
  • jake comes back from filming his movie and tries to get miley to get back together with him. a stubborn miley refuses multiple times, until she hears jake confess his love for her on tv. but miley feels bad for having to hide her other identity with jake.moreless

    9.6
    this was one of my favorite episodes. it was totally jake+miley with a funny jackson and oliver sideplot. the storyline may be a bit thin, but it was still totally sweet. i loved it when miley said, "who says real life doesnt have happy endings?". this episode was really cute and if you havent watched it then you're at a loss! i absolutely love jake and miley together and this was a highlight of season 2. even though the plot wasn't all that special i still love this episode because miley and jake belong together! this is the episode when miley tells jake that she is really hannah montana. nothing really amazing but it was a special episode and a must see!moreless
  • A Fab Episode...

    10
    This was a really good episode, i thought it was special because jake came back and it was exciting to watch! you want to know what happened, also it was really funny, thats what brings out the glam in this episode...it was funny with "chesse jerky" and everything! I thought it was a classic episode with classic things that happened!! Funny is a important thing in comedys and this is why this episode was great!!All of it was fun and very wondeful..it's a episode you could watch and watch again lol!! Really Amazing, i advice people to watch this episode!! They would love it!moreless
  • I really liked this episode!

    10
    Jake comes back to Malibu after filming his movie. He tries to get Miley back, but she is still mad at him for kissing her and then leaving. Jake sends Miley fruit baskets and other gifts trying to get her to change her mind about him. He even puts a knight suit on. She still says no. He goes to a movie premiere with his co-star as a date.Jake tells a reporter that he is actually in love with a girl named Miley Stewart. Miley was watching and kept rewinding and rewatching him say that. Miley goes to the premiere and kisses Jake. Amber and Ashley suddenly want to be Miley's best friend when she's on the front cover of a magazine with Jake. Jake tells Miley his secret. His real name is Leslie. Miley feels bad because she can't be honest with him and tell him her secret too. She talks to her dad about it and decides to tell him that she's Hannah Montana. Then it's a to be continued...dun dun dunmoreless
  • Not the best episode

    4.2
    I think Hannah Montana is an okay show, and I think some of the actors are funny(Jackson, Oliver, sometimes Lilly). To be honest, this episode was a complete waste of time. Jake is just another guy Miley has a crush on, and like I said before, they're both equally as obnoxious. Jake goes around like "I'm a superstar, I'm hot!" and Miley goes like "He's so obnoxious, that jerk broke my heart, you don't know what a normal person is, ...." I don't like either of these characters, but Miley is so annoying! Spoiled brat! She gets mad at Lilly and her dad just because they eat some of the sweets Jake got her. Grow up, Miley! You even dated some guys in his time absence, so why would you care if he has another date to a premiere? And Jake, move on! There are nicer and prettier girls than Miley! These two don't know what love is, and if they want Jake and Miley together so badly, make Jake a recurring character and her steady boyfriend for the rest of the season!moreless
Anna Maria Perez de Tagle

Anna Maria Perez de Tagle

Ashley Dewitt

Guest Star

Shanica Knowles

Shanica Knowles

Amber Addison

Guest Star

Brandon Johnson

Brandon Johnson

Brian Winters

Guest Star

Cody Linley

Cody Linley

Jake Ryan

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (10)

    • Goof: When Miley is rewinding the interview of Jake telling the reporter that he loves Miley, she is holding the remote up against her chest, but in the next scene the remote is gone.

    • Goof: While Miley is preparing to tell Jake her secret, she is wearing a pair of purple stud earrings. But after she puts on her Hannah wig and turns to reveal herself to him, you can see that see that she is now wearing a large pair of hoop earrings.

    • Goof: When Todd trys the Cheeze Jerky he dribbles a little bit of the cheese on to the corner of his mouth, however when the camera pans back to him the cheese is gone.

    • Goof: Oliver sets a closed bag of jerky on the counter of Jackson beach stand. When Jackson knocks the stand over the bag remains intacted, but in the next shot it is torn open.

    • At the end of the scene when Ashley & Amber fight, the balloon behind Miley says happy birthday

    • Jake's real name is Leslie Ryan.

    • Goof: When Lilly starts reading the tabloid magazine, one of the pages has a quiz on it. A minute later, Lilly turns to a different page and finds an article about Jake. As she and Miley discuss Jake, the magazine is turned back to the quiz page without Lilly touching it.

    • In this episode, Brian Winters is an entertainment reporter. Brian Winters is also the host of "Singing With the Stars" in the episode, "The Idol Side of Me."

    • This episode featured the song "One in a Million" by Hannah Montana during the Miley/Jake montage at the end.

    • Goof: In People who use People Jake said he was leaving for 4 months. However, in this episode they state that it was 6 months that he was gone for.

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Miley: How can you guys keep eating that stuff? That's Jake steak. The steak he drove through my heart.
      Robbie: The good news is it cuts like butter.
      Miley: Dad!
      Robbie: I'm sorry darlin' but...you're better off without him. If he's gonna choose her over you, He obviously has no taste.
      Lily: Except in meat. This filet is fantastic!

    • (Oliver and Jackson making beat box noises)
      Jackson: I'm the man who had the cheese!
      Oliver: And I'm the man who had the jerky!
      Jackson: We put 'em both together,
      Oliver: And dude, it really work-y.
      Both: Cheeze Jerky!
      Jackson: Say what?
      Oliver: Say what?
      Both: Cheeze Jerky!
      Jackson: Say what?
      Oliver: Say what? Mozzarella moose, Swiss and Gouda turkey,
      Jackson: Just one taste, it'll drive you berserk-y!
      Both: Cheeze Jerky!
      Jackson: Say what?
      Oliver: Say What? And it's all fricky-fricky-fricky fresh!
      Jackson: Sizzlin' Stewart and Smokin' Oken Enterprises, patent pending.

    • Miley: That star didn't set you back too much, did it?

    • Rico: You wanna give stuff away? Open your own shack! You could call it IHOF: International House of Failure!
      Jackson: Well maybe I will! But instead, I'll call it... International House of... Reasonably-Priced Water! And Fries! And Stuff! IHORPWAFAS! (Rico leaves) Yeah, yeah! Hear the name and tremble, Rico! IHORPWAFAS!

    • Jake: Hey Miley, I got your call, what's up?
      Miley: Jake, you were totally honest with me and I have secret too. And I'm not sure how you're gonna take it.
      Jake: Come on, how bad can it be? (Deadpan) You're not married are you?

    • (Miley picks up a muffin to throw at Lilly)
      Robbie: Not the chocolate chip ones! Use the bran, nobody eats those.
      Lilly: Oh, my dad does. He calls them nature's broom.

    • Jackson: I don't get it. Rico rips people off, and he still gets all the business.
      Oliver: Well, maybe because at Rico's, you get overpriced hotdogs, right? And here, you get half-priced food poisoning.

    • Natasha: I'm so hot.
      Jackson: Yes, you are.
      Natasha: Can I get a bottled water?
      Jackson: Yes, you are.
      (Natasha gives him a weird look)
      Jackson: Can! I mean, yes, you can.

    • Miley: Lilly, why do you read that tabloid trash? They're nothing but lies.
      Lilly: (Reading) "Hannah Montana looks fabulous..."
      Miley: With the occasional glimmer of truth.

    • Robbie: (While he's eating a muffin) You either date this boy Jake or tell him to send a workout tape, because I'm about one muffin away from my easy fit jeans!

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • The scene Jake names a star after Miley mirrors a scene from the movie A Walk To Remember. Jake and the main character in the movie, Landon, tell their respective girlfriends about the stars in the girl's favorite place, while they sit on a blanket and eat. Also before they share their purchase, the boys have their girlfriends look at the star.

    • The way Jackson and Oliver discover the "Cheese Jerky" is similar to a commercial for Reese's Peanut Butter Cup's where two people, one with peanut butter and another with chocolate, bump into each other. One person exclaims, You got chocolate on my peanut butter! and the second person replies, And you got peanut butter on my chocolate!. Then they both say, And it's good! This is suppose to be how peanut butter cups were created.

    • IHOF (International House of Failure) is an allusion to IHOP (International House of Pancakes) restaurant.

    • Achy Jakey Heart is a play on the Billy Ray Cyrus song, Achy Breaky Heart.

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