Make It or Break It

Season 2 Episode 13

The Buddy System

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Apr 11, 2011 on ABC Family
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After being made co-captains, Lauren and Payson are at each other's throats, and Darby's way of difusing the situation is to have them learn each other's routines. Steve finds the original video of Payson and Sasha's kiss on Lauren's computer and confronts her about it. Emily finally discovers that Chloe's new job is at a strip club.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Adam Kulbersh

    Adam Kulbersh

    Gene Spector

    Guest Star

    Andrea Cortes

    Andrea Cortes

    Rock Girl

    Guest Star

    Camryn Grimes

    Camryn Grimes

    Suzanne

    Guest Star

    Anthony Starke

    Anthony Starke

    Steve Tanner

    Recurring Role

    Meagan Holder

    Meagan Holder

    Darby Conrad

    Recurring Role

    Zane Holtz

    Zane Holtz

    Austin Tucker

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (7)

    • NOTES (1)

      • Featured Music
        -Kate Herzic - "We're All In This Together" (the girls sit in a circle trying to affirm each other's talents)
        -Who Do We Think We Are - "Finally On Our Own" (Kaylie jumps into a car with Maeve)
        -Memphis Horn Love - "Staxed" (Darby discusses why she lifted the Rock's rules)
        -Brian and Mel - "No One Like Me" (Lauren shows Payson her routine)
        -Twirl - "It Girl" (Lauren and Payson perform each other's routines)
        -Phil Ogden Band - "Style" (Austin tries to get Payson in touch with her sensual side)
        -Alexandra - "Work It Like A Supermodel" (Chloe tries to explain her job to Emily)
        -Great Lake Swimmers - "Concrete Heart" (Kaylie calls Maeve and finds out she has died of a heart attack)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • She-Ra

        Lauren refers to Payson as "She-Ra" because Payson thinks of herself as being more of a strong gymnast than a graceful gymnast. She-Ra was a cartoon series that aired on U.S. TV in the mid-'80s abd featured a strong female heroine named, She-Ra. It was a spin-off of He-Man and tailored to be a show all about female empowerment.

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