Dylan and Cole introduce themselves as the hosts of Studio DC: Almost Live!. Chaos soon reaches in the set for Studio DC, causing Dylan and Cole to take a break and start a rehearsal.
Billy Ray Cyrus performs "The Buffalo" with his backup band. Daughter Miley Cyrus comes along, and Billy spreads to Miley the not-so-good news about her band not making it for her rehearsal. Miley enters a set where she meets her band for the rehearsal, The Electric Mayhem. Miley and the band rehearse "G.N.O. (It's a Girls Night Out)". At the end of Miley's rehearsal, she ends up falling in love with Animal.
Then, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody's Dylan and Cole Sprouse along with Brenda Song and Phill Lewis join Gonzo to rehearse a parody of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody entitled "The Swede Life of Zasha and Codfish". Phill instead gives an idea to the Swedish Chef. The next scene shows, the cast ending up in Phill's idea on how it would be. His idea would be, Manager Mr. Moseby prepares to attend a handkerchief convention, Kermit the Frog takes over as manager of the Tipton Hotel. Zack and Cody cause their typical chaos, which is added to when they supervise maintenance man Arwin's replacement, Gonzo, in fixing the air conditioner. Poor Kermit is run ragged attending to the spoiled London Tipton and her new pal Miss Piggy. Kermit quits immediately, which doesn't surprise Mr. Moseby. In the final scene Miss Piggy calls Brenda Song Wendy Wu, referring to her in in the popular Disney Channel original movie Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior. The Chef is less than impressed with Phill's rewrite and chases him out of the rehearsal room brandishing a rolling pin.
Next, Ashley Tisdale shows Kermit the Frog the set of "Bop to the Top" from High School Musical. Kermit decides to do a duet with Ashley on the song, playing the role as Ryan and Ashley as the role of Sharpay. Unfortunately, Miss Piggy believed she was going to duet with Zac Efron, and ends up bopping Kermit out of the way to hog the spotlight.
As the Jonas Brothers rehearse their number, Miss Piggy believes she knows what the band needs to increase their fanbase: a Jonas Sister. "Joan S. Jonas" (Piggy) is the girl for the job- or so she thinks. The Brothers are unfazed- after all, "That's Just The Way We Roll".
Rehearsals end and the "show" begins filming. Despite all the chaos backstage, Kermit is sure the show will be a success.