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After Robbie tells her that she can't go to the premiere of Ashton Kutcher's new movie because she has to stay home and study, Miley is convinced to sneak out of the house and go to the premiere by Lilly and Oliver. Little does she know though that Jackson has the exact same idea except he's going to meet girls.
Friday April 07th, 2006
||Mar 03, 2011|
This is the first episode in the series that does not feature a subplot.
We learn that Miley plays guitar just like her dad does.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Miley Cyrus||I Miss You|| |
|Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana||Pumpin' Up The Party|| |
(Hannah and Jackson are hiding in a closet.)
Hannah: Jackson, you're on my foot!
Jackson: I can't move. I've got a for sale sign...in my backyard!
Margo: You're not going to believe this, but I've got Hannah Montana hiding in my closet!
Margo: Yeah. She's what we call a half bath short of a condo. I blame the parents.
Robbie: Yeah, me too.
Robbie: I just called to check in on you guys. Just to let you know, whatever you're doing that you don't want me to know you're doing, stop doing it. Study hard now, Good bye.
Oliver: I heard Ashton Kutcher's going to be there.
Miley: Okay, now you're just being cruel. But that's good. It's working. Keep going.
Lilly: (Evil Voice) Do it... do it... Ashton... do it!
Miley: Ooh, just one more time!
Lilly: (Evil Voice) DO IT!
Robbie: I'm headin' out to my meeting. I should be back around 11. I'll be on my cell if anybody needs me, so try not to need me.
Hannah's satchel continually switches from the right side to the left and back again at the realtor's office.
When Robbie shows Jackson that he used his test paper to wrap Bucky, the fish, the paper is stuck under Bucky's gill in the first shot, then is on top of his gill in the second shot.
Miley: "A sound proof basement where no one can hear our screams."
This is a play on the slogan for the 1979 movie, Alien. (In space where no one can hear you scream.)
She's A Supersneak is a play on the song, (She's A) Superfreak by Rick James.
"Groovin' to the Oldies" is a play on workout guru, Richard Simmons', series of workout videos, "Sweatin' to the Oldies."
Ashton Kutcher, who's mentioned as the star of a new movie, is the star of "That 70's Show" and "Dude, Where's My Car?"