History Series / ShakeItUp

1st Apr '18 4:04:31 AM Nadim
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* IdiotBall: [[spoiler:Honestly, what made [=CeCe=] and Rocky think that they were going to sneak off to a party and not get caught by a person who catches rulebreakers for a living?]]
31st Mar '18 11:29:47 PM Nadim
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** Rocky is a LoonyFan of Justin Starr and throughout "Age It Up" keeps obsessing over him and trying to have him all to herself. When it is revealed in the end that [[ReallySeventeenYearaOld he is really 24 years old and married to his manager]], what is her reaction? "I knew there was something about you the moment I first saw you, which is reason why I was never that big of a fan".

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** Rocky is a LoonyFan of Justin Starr and throughout "Age It Up" keeps obsessing over him and trying to have him all to herself. When it is revealed in the end that [[ReallySeventeenYearaOld [[ReallySeventeenYearsOld he is really 24 years old and married to his manager]], what is her reaction? "I knew there was something about you the moment I first saw you, which is reason why I was never that big of a fan".
31st Mar '18 11:26:57 PM Nadim
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* HypocriticalHumor:
** In "Meatball It Up", Flynn complains about [=CeCe=] and Rocky swimming in the money they got from the bank; however, the girls catch him trying to steal half of the money.
** Rocky is a LoonyFan of Justin Starr and throughout "Age It Up" keeps obsessing over him and trying to have him all to herself. When it is revealed in the end that [[ReallySeventeenYearaOld he is really 24 years old and married to his manager]], what is her reaction? "I knew there was something about you the moment I first saw you, which is reason why I was never that big of a fan".
** In "Party It Up", [=CeCe=] and Rocky blackmail Ty and Deuce into covering for them while they sneak out to Gary Wilde's party by threatening to expose them for hijacking a golf cart. Later, Flynn finds out and shakes each of them down for 20 bucks.
-->'''[=CeCe=]:''' I can't believe I'm being blackmailed by my own brother!
-->'''Deuce:''' [[LampshadeHanging Really? You didn't have a problem in the concept of what you were doing to us.]]
14th Mar '18 10:29:06 PM Nadim
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* IndyEscape: PlayedForLaughs in "Match It Up". Deuce is being manipulated by a GoldDigger named Savannah who is only dating him for the money he is collecting during the Cash Tournado tournament. When he sees Savannah flirting with Ty (whom Rocky had disguised as a famous billionaire to expose Savannah's true colors), he immediately rips the tornado ball out of its place and rolls it whilst inside of it lime a hamster wheel trying to run Ty over.

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* IndyEscape: PlayedForLaughs in "Match It Up". Deuce is being manipulated by a GoldDigger named Savannah who is only dating him for the money he is collecting during the Cash Tournado Tornado tournament. When he sees Savannah flirting with Ty (whom Rocky had disguised as a famous billionaire to expose Savannah's true colors), he immediately rips the tornado ball out of its place and rolls it whilst inside of it lime like a hamster wheel trying to run Ty over.
14th Mar '18 10:27:28 PM Nadim
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* IndyEscape: PlayedForLaughs in "Match It Up". Deuce is being manipulated by a GoldDigger named Savannah who is only dating him for the money he is collecting during the Cash Tournado tournament. When he sees Savannah flirting with Ty (whom Rocky had disguised as a famous billionaire to expose Savannah's true colors), he immediately rips the tornado ball out of its place and rolls it whilst inside of it lime a hamster wheel trying to run Ty over.
25th Feb '18 8:41:21 PM nombretomado
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* CelebrityParadox: Between the two of them Creator/BellaThorne and Creator/ZendayaColeman have four songs that have been played on the show during dance numbers, yet no one in the ShakeItUp universe wonders why [=CeCe=] and Rocky look like them. Could be explained by the fact that the singers of those songs are only heard and never seen, so there's no reason to believe anyone in-universe actually knows what they look like. Also, the song "Show Ya How" is by Adam and Kenton (Deuce and Gunther respectively) in "Protest It Up"

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* CelebrityParadox: Between the two of them Creator/BellaThorne and Creator/ZendayaColeman have four songs that have been played on the show during dance numbers, yet no one in the ShakeItUp Shake It Up! universe wonders why [=CeCe=] and Rocky look like them. Could be explained by the fact that the singers of those songs are only heard and never seen, so there's no reason to believe anyone in-universe actually knows what they look like. Also, the song "Show Ya How" is by Adam and Kenton (Deuce and Gunther respectively) in "Protest It Up"
22nd Feb '18 5:56:13 AM Nadim
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* TechnoBabble: "Did you use the open-source software to save time and the virus was hidden inside it?" Since this actually is meaningful, the Internet was not pleased.
21st Feb '18 5:50:28 PM nombretomado
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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 Creator/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.
14th Jan '18 12:55:57 PM nombretomado
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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 It Up!'' is a Creator/DisneyChannel Original Series, developed by veteran TV producer [[LaverneAndShirley [[Series/LaverneAndShirley Chris Thompson]] that premiered on November 7, 2010.
1st Jan '18 7:42:44 AM Nadim
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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: In ''Love and War it Up'', [[spoiler:[=CeCe=] tries to be a better person for Logan, but after an accident involving [=CeCe=] during his badminton game, Logan doesn't buy her attempt at redemption. Of course, [=CeCe=] acted like a jerk towards Logan ever since he fired her for legitimate reasons, and this damaged their relationship beyond forgiveness and redemption]].
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