Make It or Break It

Season 2 Episode 5

I Won't Dance, Don't Ask Me

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jul 27, 2010 on ABC Family
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With World tryouts in the near future, Sasha pushes the girls to better their already difficult floor routines. During what should be a time to focus, Lauren instead finds herself looking to Carter to say the "L" word, while at the same time trying to one-up Emily. Lauren is not the only one facing challenges: Kaylie faces struggles on and off the mat, while Payson wonders if she can ever be the graceful flower Sasha envisions her being.moreless

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    Lauren Gottlieb

    Lauren Gottlieb

    Jaden

    Guest Star

    Shanti Lowry

    Shanti Lowry

    Lacey Grimes

    Guest Star

    Zachary Burr Abel

    Zachary Burr Abel

    Carter Anderson

    Special Guest Star

    Neil Jackson

    Neil Jackson

    Sasha Belov

    Recurring Role

    Anthony Starke

    Anthony Starke

    Steve Tanner

    Recurring Role

    Zane Holtz

    Zane Holtz

    Austin Tucker

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Payson's comment that she's "an athlete, not a ballerina" is ironic, because Ayla Kell, who plays Payson, has studied ballet seriously since she was a little girl.

    • QUOTES (5)

    • NOTES (2)

      • Gymnastics Terms:
        -Popa - A straddle pike (knees straight, bent at hips) jump with a full twist.
        -Sissone - A split jump with the back leg up by the shoulder at a 45-degree angle and the front leg pointed down towards the ground at a 45-degree angle.

      • Featured Music:
        -Tokyo Police - "Your English Is Good" (Kaylie rehires Alex as manager and hires Rosa as co-manager)
        -Valley Lodge - "Barricade" (Lauren thinks Lacy arrives to see her but actually shows up to see Emily)
        -Tchaikovsky - "Swan Lake (Waltz)" (during the ballet and Payson's floor routine)
        -Dave Barnes - "Home" (Ronnie and Alex try to work it out with Kaylie)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Parent Trap

        The Parent Trap is a movie adaptation of a German story about two children that try to trick their parents to stay together. In the films, it is a pair of identical twins that switch places in order to bring their divorced parents back together. The original film from 1960 and the three sequels from the '80s starred Hayley Mills, and the 1998 remake starred Lindsay Lohan.

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