In the end, the group wins the case. This causes all four of them to give it their best while teaching the children. During the middle of the party, Dez thinks Austin can swing in on a rope for his grand entrance for his performance. After the horror festival ends in a fiasco, involving Pickles the Goose who helps Ally with her , Austin and Ally finally decide that although they are different, it's that difference that makes them better partners. Dez apologizes to Trish and his assistants, explaining that his heart was in the right place, but that he overdid it. The group hugs and leaves while Ally gets her songbook and walks out of Sonic Boom with Austin. The group is devastated about her departure and they do not want her to leave.
Sadie later apologizes to Trish. When they get there she escapes. Trent challenges Austin to a dance-off. Meanwhile, Austin gives gifts to his friends from his career check, Ally wears a pair of crystal shoes that are hard to walk in, Trish looks for a job where she can be her own boss, and Dez finds a solid gold cart. Before the concert, Jackson refuses to perform, but changes his mind after advice from Austin. Ally suggests that Austin calls the show to say that he has to reschedule because he is volunteering with the Pioneer Rangers.
The bullying goes too far and Trish keeps on calling in sick every day to avoid going to school. In early episodes, Ally continues to struggle with her reticence and stage fright, but with some behind-the-scenes maneuvering by Austin, finds herself onstage, accompanying Austin on piano. Guest stars: as Mike Moon, Jill Benjamin as Mimi Moon, Richard Whiten as Jimmy Starr, as Dr. When the group is about to tell Austin that they changed their minds, they find out that Austin is going to a military school and must stop him before he is enrolled. Although Trish really booked him at Tim's Square Pizza, so she now has to fix the whole situation.
Billie and Bobbie tell Trish and Dez that Austin and Ally have gone so they go to the mall and ask them why they are here. Dez saves the day by editing her commercial to make it a hit. Brooke tries to sabotage Austin's dance as well. In order to prove her wrong, Ally helps Austin plan the perfect date for him and Kira, but in the process realizes that she likes Austin. However, the last activity pushes the band to its limits, making them split up. Trish and Dez make up a camp to help them get along.
In the end, Billie and Bobbie apologize for their actions. Their plan backfires when Ally is afraid she'll hurt their feelings and says she loves it. Austin and Ally are forced to perform for the Zaliens so they won't eat their brains, but they are then held captive by the Zaliens to be taken to their home planet. Ally tries to make Lucy become a different person by not letting her choose the song that she wants to sing and changing her wardrobe. The last scene shows Ally playing the piano in Ronnie's studio while looking at the card that Austin gave her and Austin playing to the same song on guitar on the tour bus. The day of relaxation turns into a disaster when Ally drinks a juice that makes her teeth green, her hair is treated until it turns puffy, her facial turns her face pink, and her hands get stuck in wax in the nail bath.
Trent quickly rises to fame and starts stealing Austin's life. Kopelow and Seifert cut their teeth on other Disney productions such as Sonny With a Chance and Jonas, but they've already shown that they are capable of taking the typical Disney format to a new level. Austin invites him to be in his band at the contest, and convinces him to let them go. Ally tells him that there isn't enough time, but suggests he uses one of her demo songs; however, he refuses because her songs are too girly for him. When Ally's book gets covered in gum, Trish puts the book into her cart to freeze the gum so they can scrape it off. Now they have to do everything they can to get it back. He then decides it's best to stay out of the music business and reveals that he isn't broke.
After Austin leaves for his date, Dez looks through Kira's MyFace page and Ally realizes that everything she has packed for Austin and Kira's date Kira dislikes. However, it turns out to be a misunderstanding—Ally had actually been planning to tell Elliot that she couldn't be with him because they had nothing to talk about other than summer camp. Dez and Lily sing the Billie and Bobbie theme song while replacing Billie and Bobbie with Dezzy and Lily. Depending on which of the two loses the bet, Ally will give Austin a five-foot wide pancake and Austin will give Ally a token with a sun and moon on it. The two argue in front of the audience and then storm off. The librarian suggests that Trish and Dez search the school while Austin and her stay in the library. Guest stars: John Paul Green as Chuck, Sherry Weston as Mrs.
They say that Billie and Bobbie told them to. Trish and Dez come up with an idea so the two could forgive each other. They teach Carrie to not drop the trophies as she hands them out. Ally is asked to go on a European tour by Ronnie Ramone, Trish is about to go on tour to manage a British boy band, and Dez is returning from Miami for three days only to shoot a short film for his film class in L. Ally thinks that she knows everything that Lucy likes and has to do to overcome her fear because she has almost the same mannerisms that Ally used to have, such as chewing on her hair when she gets nervous. However, when he has an idea to change the club a bit and Ally doesn't like it, he, Trish, and other children start their own rivaling Glee Club. On the night of the awards, Ally, Trish, and Dez realize they have been selfish and show up in disguise to support Austin during his performance.
Everything starts to go well, but, unfortunately, Dez's worst enemy, Chuck, steals it, causing Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez to do everything that Chuck types on the magic typewriter. However, the plan backfires when the show suggests bringing the show to Austin and watching him perform from the campground. Trish invites Dallas to her party so that Ally can dance with him. Austin asks his mother what he should do now that his friends don't have time for him anymore. To help him, she tells him to write about something or someone he cares about.