History Series / ShakeItUp

24th Mar '17 7:26:02 PM nombretomado
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* PacManFever: A BlandNameProduct ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' that plays on Nintendo64, a system older than most of the cast. Bonus points for playing it with wireless UsefulNotes/PlayStation controllers.

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* PacManFever: A BlandNameProduct ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' that plays on Nintendo64, UsefulNotes/Nintendo64, a system older than most of the cast. Bonus points for playing it with wireless UsefulNotes/PlayStation controllers.
26th Feb '17 9:49:54 AM nombretomado
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** [=CeCe=] often uses HannahMontana's "Ya think?" {{Catchphrase}}.

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** [=CeCe=] often uses HannahMontana's Series/HannahMontana's "Ya think?" {{Catchphrase}}.
17th Feb '17 6:32:32 PM creader
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* CaliforniaDoubling: ''Made in Japan'' was filmed in the same studio the show's regular episodes are usually filmed in (along with the neighboring studio where ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' is filmed), with all establishing shots being stock footage.
** And naturally, this applies to the show's Chicago setting too.
*** The girls dance at a train station with a sign that says Main St., 3600 N, 940 W. That would put the station just east of Wrigley Field, where a set of railroad tracks really exists, but there's no Main Street in Chicago.



* DramaticSpotlight: An interesting example in "Start It Up", in that the spotlight itself causes the drama (specifically, it effectively dazes CeCe, nearly disqualifying her from being on ''Shake It Up Chicago'', at least until Rocky steps in).

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* DramaticSpotlight: An interesting example in "Start It Up", in that the spotlight itself causes the drama (specifically, it effectively dazes CeCe, [=CeCe=], nearly disqualifying her from being on ''Shake It Up Chicago'', at least until Rocky steps in).



** Your mileage may very on this one. Flanderization takes at least a season to take effect. One episode is not nearly enough to develop a character's personality, and not much of the first episode was dedicated to developing personality anyway. Besides, the producers made the episodes long before they premiered, thus, having no idea that people would roar with laughter to her dumb moments.



* GRatedDrug: Energy drinks. Rocky {{lampshade| hanging}}s this by comparing it to [[DrugsAreBad steroid use]] and painting a {{slippery slope| fallacy}} picture of what will happen to her and [=CeCe=] if they resort to them.



* GRatedDrug: Energy drinks. Rocky {{lampshade| hanging}}s this by comparing it to [[DrugsAreBad steroid use]] and painting a {{slippery slope| fallacy}} picture of what will happen to her and [=CeCe=] if they resort to them.



* [[spoiler:LIsForDyslexia]]: [[spoiler:[=CeCe=] has it. [[ActorAllusion So does Bella Thorne]].]]

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* [[spoiler:LIsForDyslexia]]: LIsForDyslexia: [[spoiler:[=CeCe=] has it. [[ActorAllusion So does Bella Thorne]].]]



* MeanCharacterNiceActor:
** In RealLife, Creator/BellaThorne is ''much'' nicer than [=CeCe=].
** Likewise Caroline Sunshine/Kenton Duty and Tinka/Gunther Hessenheffer



* [[spoiler: OppositesAttract: Logan and ''Cece'' will get married and have a kid some time in the next 22 years, according to "Future It Up".]]

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* [[spoiler: OppositesAttract: Logan [[spoiler:Logan and ''Cece'' will get married and have a kid some time in the next 22 years, according to "Future It Up".]]



* RecycledSet: In "Made In Japan", the Watanabe central mainframe room is [[Series/TheSuiteLifeOnDeck CALLIE]]'s main unit.



* XMeetsY: Think ''Series/HannahMontana'' meets ''Series/ICarly'' and you've got the picture.
19th Jan '17 10:25:00 AM cartoonfan945
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* WhyWasteAWedding: This happened in "I Do It Up", when Georgia and Jeremy decided to canceled their wedding as he wanted to have second thoughts aboutit, [[spoiler: though her ex-husband J.J. insisted that should get back together.]]
4th Jan '17 7:18:07 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: WordOfGod has it that Gunther and Tinka were inspired by [[HighSchoolMusical Ryan and Sharpay Evans]]. Right down to the BrotherSisterIncest.

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* {{Expy}}: WordOfGod has it that Gunther and Tinka were inspired by [[HighSchoolMusical [[Film/HighSchoolMusical Ryan and Sharpay Evans]]. Right down to the BrotherSisterIncest.
24th Dec '16 8:50:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: In "Boot It Up". at Major Dance's Boot Camp at least a couple obvious errors. While I doubt Major Dance is a real former Major in the Army, but in what world do you call a female officer "Sir?" I understand their ''Never leave a man behind'' motto, even though they're not men, or women, but girls. But calling a woman sir, is just as bad as calling RLeeErmey ma'am, (who is the TropeCodifier [[Film/FullMetalJacket of]] DrillSergeantNasty and a one RealLife too, by the way). It just borders on dumb and discourteous to military customs. "Ma'am yes ma'am" probably [[RuleOfCool sounded too strange or lame]], while calling her sir makes her seem like a {{Badass}}, to them.

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* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: In "Boot It Up". at Major Dance's Boot Camp at least a couple obvious errors. While I doubt Major Dance is a real former Major in the Army, but in what world do you call a female officer "Sir?" I understand their ''Never leave a man behind'' motto, even though they're not men, or women, but girls. But calling a woman sir, is just as bad as calling RLeeErmey ma'am, (who is the TropeCodifier [[Film/FullMetalJacket of]] DrillSergeantNasty and a one RealLife too, by the way). It just borders on dumb and discourteous to military customs. "Ma'am yes ma'am" probably [[RuleOfCool sounded too strange or lame]], while calling her sir makes her seem like a {{Badass}}, badass, to them.
15th Dec '16 2:06:37 PM Xtifr
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'''Shake It Up!''' is a Creator/DisneyChannel Original Series, developed by veteran TV producer [[LaverneAndShirley Chris Thompson]] that premiered on November 7, 2010.

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'''Shake ''Shake It Up!''' Up!'' is a Creator/DisneyChannel Original Series, developed by veteran TV producer [[LaverneAndShirley Chris Thompson]] that premiered on November 7, 2010.
3rd Nov '16 8:47:52 PM nombretomado
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** The episode "HomeAlone It Up".

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** The episode "HomeAlone "Film/HomeAlone It Up".
30th Aug '16 6:33:59 PM nombretomado
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* ThematicThemeTune: "Shake It Up" sung by DisneyChannel veteran SelenaGomez.

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* ThematicThemeTune: "Shake It Up" sung by DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel veteran SelenaGomez.Music/SelenaGomez.
17th Jun '16 1:08:45 AM gewunomox
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Starting with the second season, Disney launched a related spin-off competition called ''Shake It Up: Make Your Mark''. This is a competition program where various people or groups participate in competitive dancing, with the winners becoming guest dancers on a future episode of ''Shake It Up''. The first competition accepted submissions throughout the summer of 2011 with the competition itself televised the weekend of October 18, 2011. The winners appeared at the beginning of the second season episode "Camp It Up". The second competition likewise accepted submissions over the summer of 2012, and aired on the weekend of October 19, 2012. Both shows are hosted by Creator/DebbyRyan and Roshon Fegan and also feature Bella Thorne and Zendaya; show choreographer Rosero [=McCoy=] also served as a judge for both competitions. Music/SelenaGomez was also a judge for the first show (and returned in a cameo appearance for the second with BridgitMendler); Music/CherLloyd was a member of the judge's panel for the second competition. R. Brandon Johnson was also a host for the first show (basically reprising his role as Gary Wilde as if actually hosting ''Shake It Up Chicago'') but only Debby, Roshon, Bella and Zendaya returned as hosts for the second competition. The second competition also differed from the first in that instead of a winner being determined from six finalists, the field was narrowed to three finalists by the judges with viewer vote-in deciding the winner. The winners for the second competition appear in the episode "Home Alone It Up".

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Starting with the second season, Disney launched a related spin-off competition called ''Shake It Up: Make Your Mark''. This is a competition program where various people or groups participate in competitive dancing, with the winners becoming guest dancers on a future episode of ''Shake It Up''. The first competition accepted submissions throughout the summer of 2011 with the competition itself televised the weekend of October 18, 2011. The winners appeared at the beginning of the second season episode "Camp It Up". The second competition likewise accepted submissions over the summer of 2012, and aired on the weekend of October 19, 2012. Both shows are hosted by Creator/DebbyRyan and Roshon Fegan and also feature Bella Thorne and Zendaya; show choreographer Rosero [=McCoy=] also served as a judge for both competitions. Music/SelenaGomez was also a judge for the first show (and returned in a cameo appearance for the second with BridgitMendler); Music/BridgitMendler); Music/CherLloyd was a member of the judge's panel for the second competition. R. Brandon Johnson was also a host for the first show (basically reprising his role as Gary Wilde as if actually hosting ''Shake It Up Chicago'') but only Debby, Roshon, Bella and Zendaya returned as hosts for the second competition. The second competition also differed from the first in that instead of a winner being determined from six finalists, the field was narrowed to three finalists by the judges with viewer vote-in deciding the winner. The winners for the second competition appear in the episode "Home Alone It Up".
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