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* SpiceUpTheSubtitles: In "On the Radio" the boys are arguing after a disastrous radio interview and Macey plays a whistle-tone on her phone, which the subtitles on Disney+ call a "rape whistle".



--->[Hot tea is spilled on Joe]

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--->[Hot tea is (literally) spilled on Joe]

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* AbsenteeActor:
** Macy was absent for 4 episodes in Season 1 and 1 episode in Season 2.
** Tom was absent for 2 episodes in Season 1.


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* HalloweenEpisode: "The Tale of the Haunted Firehouse"


* CutShort: Lasted for only two seasons and 34 episodes, tied with ''Series/CoryInTheHouse'' for shortest-run Disney Channel Original Series (until ''SoRandom'' was cancelled in 2012, after only one 26-episode season).

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* CutShort: Lasted for only two seasons and 34 episodes, tied with ''Series/CoryInTheHouse'' for shortest-run Disney Channel Original Series (until ''SoRandom'' ''Series/SoRandom'' was cancelled in 2012, after only one 26-episode season).

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* BadLiar: Kevin's voice goes high every time he lies.

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* LethalChef: The second episode of the series features the boys ordering pizza from a place that makes very disgusting pizzas simply because they have a crush on the delivery girl.


* DyeingForYourArt: In "Frantic Romantic", Macy's fake newspaper reads, "Joe Leaves Fiona For Fake Blonde", implying that Stella isn't a natural blonde. This is actually an inside joke to Chelsea Kane, who actually dyes her hair blonde. In real life, she's a brunette.

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** Also, unlike the first season which was SliceOfLife, the ReTool is more of a drama, and lasted for a serialized MythArc.

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* DyeingForYourArt: In "Frantic Romantic", Macy's fake newspaper reads, "Joe Leaves Fiona For Fake Blonde", implying that Stella isn't a natural blonde. This is actually an inside joke to Chelsea Kane, who actually dyes her hair blonde. In real life, she's a brunette.


* CursedWithAwesome: Also another drawing points of the show (as it is with Series/HannahMontana, where being a world-famous singing group just sometimes doesn't mesh well with normal life. Four words: 'Taking out the trash'.
* CutShort: Lasted for only two seasons and 34 episodes, tied with ''CoryInTheHouse'' for shortest-run Disney Channel Original Series (until ''SoRandom'' was cancelled in 2012, after only one 26-episode season).

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* CursedWithAwesome: Also another drawing points of the show (as it is with Series/HannahMontana, ''Series/HannahMontana'', where being a world-famous singing group just sometimes doesn't mesh well with normal life. Four words: 'Taking out the trash'.
* CutShort: Lasted for only two seasons and 34 episodes, tied with ''CoryInTheHouse'' ''Series/CoryInTheHouse'' for shortest-run Disney Channel Original Series (until ''SoRandom'' was cancelled in 2012, after only one 26-episode season).


* WhyAreYouLookingAtMe: Stella has this reaction when the brother and Macy stare at her with the intention of using her as Joe's "mystery girl" in "Frantic Fan".

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* WhyAreYouLookingAtMe: WhyAreYouLookingatMeLikeThat: Stella has this reaction when the brother and Macy stare at her with the intention of using her as Joe's "mystery girl" in "Frantic Fan".

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* PostKissCatatonia: Happens both sides. After Joe and Stella share a SlapSlapKiss in "Double Date", they get so distracted that Stella mistakenly grabs a watermellon instead of her purse, and Joe accidentally falls down trying to sit.
** Again in the same episode when they kiss in the hallway resulting in [[UnfortunateItemSwap Joe's guitar and Stella's purse ending up in each other's hands.]]


* DoItYourselfThemeTune: TheJonasBrothers song ''Live To Party'' serves as its opening in both seasons.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: TheJonasBrothers Music/TheJonasBrothers song ''Live To Party'' serves as its opening in both seasons.

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* ForgottenBirthday: The brother invoke this trope twice:
** In "Groovy Movies", they forget their mother's birthday and try to make up for it by converting their childhood home videos into [=CD=]s. However, they accidentally destroy the videos by spilling cake batter on them and are forced to recreate them.
** In [[TitleDrop "Forgetting Stella's Birthday"]], they forget Stella's birthday because a band executive came to interview them on the same day and try to apologize to her by throwing a {{Slumber Party}} (something they used to do when they were little), which is also ruined due to the executive coming back to interview them again at the same time.


* WhatAreYouLookingAt: Stella has this reaction when the brother and Macy stare at her with the intention of using her as Joe's "mystery girl" in "Frantic Fan".

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* WhatAreYouLookingAt: WhyAreYouLookingAtMe: Stella has this reaction when the brother and Macy stare at her with the intention of using her as Joe's "mystery girl" in "Frantic Fan".


* BedtimeBrainwashing: After developping an addiction to Nick's cookies, Kevin tries to brainwash him into baking him more cookies by talking to him in his sleep as "the voice inside your head".

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* BedtimeBrainwashing: After developping an addiction to Nick's cookies, Kevin tries to brainwash him into baking him more cookies by talking to him in his sleep as "the voice inside your head". [[spoiler: [[{{Subversion}} Subverted]] because Nick was secretly awake and baked the cookies on purpose to teach Kevin a lesson about his cookie addiction.]]

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