Hannah Montana

Season 2 Episode 11

Sleepwalk This Way

Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Jul 07, 2007 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

Miley starts sleepwalking and telling the truth to everyone, which gets her into hot water with the sternest teacher in school.

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  • Mediocre

    miley reads a song she thinks her dad wrote for hannah, but it is a bad song. she feels guilty about these thoughts and begins sleepwalking, and when she sleepwalks she can only tell the truth, which makes one of her teachers mad at her.

    it was kind of boring, i did not enjoy it much at all. nothing was really funny, but i liked the conclusion, about the song miley reading at the start was a song she wrote when she was young, but that is about the only thing i liked a lot, so the episode gets a low Cmoreless
  • It turns out, when Miley sleepwalks, she tells the truth...

    There was much to be gotten out of this episode, but none of it even touched. It's a great idea for an episode and a lot of funny business, but it's dragged down by several things, one, the midget gets way too much screen time. He's not funny, he's doesn't fit in the series and his character is just getting even more pathetic and cartoonish, even for a Disney series. Two, the promise of the episode just lays there, it never goes anywhere; as I writer, I can tell. It's got a convenient little plot point, but it's just not believable. The moment between Robby and Miley is a saving grace, and Jackson again gets a very funny sub-plot that's fun to follow, but the whole episode is cut short on his last line. It's like they cut shooting while Jackson was talking without any reaction or chance to really fully finish the scene. I gotta ask: what the heck?moreless
  • When Miley finds the song that Robby Ray made for her to sing she takes a look at it and finds it stinks. Later on she finds herself in trouble when she starts sleepwalking and she also finds out that everytime she sleepwalks she can only tell the truth.moreless

    I like this episode(except the part about the bra)Way to go Miley for telling Ms. Kunkle off but I also feel a little bad about you getting sent to the principal for bad-mouthing to Kunkle. This episode is one of my favorites. I also like the song Bigger Than Us way to go Robby!!!!!!!!!!!Miley should've told him from the beginng and Jackson should think twice before throwing a party without dad's consent first now that was so stupid and on top of that he was also being selfish towards Miley and not understanding Shame on you Jerkson!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!moreless
  • Miley can't nring he self to admit she hates her dad's new song and blabs the truth about everthing to everyone. It all works out in the end.

    I love it. Poor miley had to get her head slammed into a door. Poor lilly had to catch her. And poor miss.skuncle who had to deal with mileys strange behavior. On the upsid it was a song she wrote when she was five. Sorry but all those poors are true and plus I am kinda bored so I felt like saying that to a couple characters who I did truly feel bad for. I hope they make and episode similar to this because I love drama, and when miley is sleepwalking or sick I think its hilarious.NO OFFE3NSE TO MILEY.moreless
  • Miley tells the truth when she sleepwalks.

    Miley finds her dad's new song that he was going to play for her when his guitar was ready.

    Miley: (Reading lyrics) Dang flabbit, where's that rabbit? He's got a habit of running away. Hey honey, where's that bunny? He took my money, that ain't okay. Hey, hey, hey, bunnay.

    Lilly: Well it certainly...rhymes.

    She hated it, but was scared to tell her dad that. She started sleepwalking. When Miley sleepwalks she tells the truth and only the truth. Jackson would stop her from telling their dad, but at school it was different. Miley fell asleep at school and started saying rude things to Ms. Kunkle that she never would have told her to her face. In the end, Miley had found the wrong song and he actually wrote a really good song-"Bigger Than Us"moreless
Teo Olivares

Teo Olivares


Guest Star

Aaron Hill

Aaron Hill


Guest Star

Dillan Esco

Dillan Esco

Party Guy

Guest Star

Erin Mathews

Erin Mathews

Ms. Karen Kunkle

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • In this episode Miley is thrilled that her dad has made her a new song but in a previous episode in season 1 she says that when he writes new songs it's usually to soften her up before he tells her bad news but here she doesn't ask about any bad news.

    • Goof: Robbie says that he never plays a new song for without Lulu the guitar, but in at "Torn Between Two Hannahs" when he plays "Stand" for everyone, he is using a totally different guitar.

    • This episode features "The Bunny Song" and "Bigger Than Us".

  • QUOTES (13)

    • (About the song)
      Oliver: With a good band...
      Jackson: Good band!
      Oliver: Some back-up vocals...
      Jackson: Back-up vocals!
      Miley: It'll still be a song about bunnies!
      Oliver: Which could become an Easter classic!
      Jackson: Classic!

    • (Ms. Kunkle reacts in shock to Miley's "Skunkle" comment)
      Ms. Kunkle: (shocked to Miley) What did you say to me?
      Rico: She said your voice sounds like a prison warden. Oh, and it's torture.
      Ms. Kunkle: (to Rico) I heard her.
      Rico: Just trying to help.
      Ms. Kunkle: I don't need your help!
      Miley: What you need is to stop borrowing your grandmother's clothes.
      (Ms. Kunkle reacts in shock)
      Rico: Hey-ohhhh!

    • Lilly: (To Ms. Kunkle) Hey, great top!
      Miley: Last time she wore it, you said that if you polished a table with it, the table would punch you in the face.

    • Jackson: (Watching TV and crying) Its true. There's no place like home. There's no place like home. (Clicks his heels together) Stop it Jackson. Be a man!
      Miley: Dad? Dad?
      (Quickly changes the channel)
      Jackson: Whoa, look at that body slam!

    • Ms. Kunkle: Who's talking?
      Miley: (Sleepwalking) You are Skunkle! In that awful prison warden voice of yours. It is torture!

    • (Robbie walks in as Jackson tries to carry Miley upstairs)
      Robbie: Jackson? What in the world?
      Jackson: Shh! Miley sleeping. Jackson helping. (Grabbing his thigh) Thigh cramping.
      Robbie: And they wonder why I never bring my dates home.

    • Miley: (Reading lyrics) Dang flabbit, where's that rabbit? He's got a habit of running away. Hey honey, where's that bunny? He took my money, that ain't okay. Hey, hey, hey, bunnay.
      Lilly: Well it certainly....rhymes.

    • Ms. Kunkle: Stewart, are you really asleep?
      Miley: Are you really wearing those shoes?
      Rico: Hey-ohhhh!
      Ms. Kunkle: They're comfortable and I walk to work.
      Miley: Why? Broom in the shop?

    • Jackson: Dad, dad?
      Robbie: Just out of the shower, be out in a few.
      Jackson: You take your time, you brilliant songwriter. You hero and role model.
      Robbie: Whatever you broke, fix it or bury it in the yard!

    • (Oliver laughs after Miley insults Ms. Kunkle; Ms. Kunkle glares at him)
      Oliver: Ahem. I'm laughing 'cause it's so ridiculous. You're a lovely woman, and I'm surprised you haven't been married yet.
      Miley: Yesterday, you said it was because of her man-hands.
      Oliver: (Nervously) Soft, supple man-hands is what I meant! Would you marry me, Karen?
      Ms. Kunkle: All right, knock it off! You're not all asleep.
      Miley: That's 'cause you haven't started teaching yet.

    • Ms. Kunkle: Good morning, class.
      Oliver: Oh, Kunkle! Uh, comma Miss. Oken comma Oliver. Truscott comma Lilly.
      Lilly: Don't drag me into this.

    • Jackson: I will tell you what she's gonna do, all right? She's gonna tell him that she loves it. Why? Because she's a wonderful daughter who doesn't want to break her father's heart.
      Lilly: This is still about your party, right?
      Jackson: Look, Max has already invited 50 people and reserved a deli platter in my name.
      Oliver: Oh, please tell me there's no raisins in the coleslaw.
      Jackson: Dude, you are not invited!

    • (About Robbie writing a new Hannah song)
      Miley: Please don't let it be another song about my double life. I mean you might as well tatoo "I'm really Miley Stewart" on my forehead.

  • NOTES (3)


    • Robbie: (Talking in his sleep) 1, 2, Cha-cha-cha. I pulled the mullet mother, but it just wouldn't come off!

      Billy Ray Cyrus (Robbie) appeared as a celebrity dancer on the fourth season of ABC's Dancing With the Stars. In his first dance, the cha-cha, he and his partner Karina Smirnoff danced to the song "I Want My Mullet Back" and for the finale Billy Ray was supposed to rip Karina's mullet wig off her head. However, much to Billy Ray's surprise, the mullet wig did not release from Karina's hair like it had in rehearsal.

    • Jackson: (Watching TV and crying) It's true. There's no place like home. There's no place like home. (Clicks his heels together)

      At the end of the film "The Wizard of Oz", when Dorothy wants to go home, she has to click her heels together three times while saying "There's no place like home".

    • Miley: Please don't let it be another song about my double life.

      This is a reference to the Hannah Montana songs, Best of Both Worlds, Just Like You, and The Other Side of Me.

    • Sleepwalk This Way is a play on Aerosmith's hit song, Walk This Way.

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