In the fourth-season opener, the guys worry about competition from British boy bands. They think hiring a new music manager will help, but they clash over whom to hire, causing a schism within the band.
Lucy makes a hit album based on her breakup with Kendall. Elsewhere, James starts a rumor about recording a duet with Cher Lloyd.
Big Time Rush tell lies : Kendall lies to Jo about meeting Lucy, Logan to Camille about being sick and Carlos and James to Gustavo, to cover the destruction of his office.
The boys get bonus money and spend it immediatelly. Kendall buys a truck of oranges, Carlos buys a personal assistant, James buys a snake and Logan keeps tipping people.
The band makes a cameo appearance on a children's show; Kendall is a terrible actor; Carlos pursues the show's teen star; Logan and James get into a fight.
A look at the guys' zany antics on their tour bus.
Palm Woods' prank wars kick off again, and this time the kids battle the adults.
James buys a motorcycle to impress Lucy, but he has no idea how to drive it. Meanwhile, Kendall gives Jo lessons in how to drive a stick shift; and Carlos and Logan are reluctant to give up a piece of childhood memorabilia.
Logan reconsiders his dreams of becoming a doctor after Carlos scores better than him on the MCAT.
The boys agree to appear in a video game, but thanks to a mix-up, they wind up in a news story about extraterrestrials.
The guys fear they'll follow in the footsteps of doomed boy bands before them and break up after their third album, so they frantically search for solo gigs.
The guys get nominated for an award and are scheduled to perform at the ceremony, but the evening takes an ugly turn when the guys discover that there's a plan to brainwash the audience.