Dylan asks DJ to secretly help him learn to dance.
This episode features examples of:
- Brick Joke: The reason Dylan broke up Howl-O-Rama was because of Dolly's beatboxing. In the end, Dolly uses her beatboxing as part of her purposefully terrible dancing.
- Continuity Nod: When Dylan falls in the water, he emerges with a water inhabitant biting him on the head, like in "Walkies On The Wild Side".
- Creative Differences: In-Universe, Dylan's reason for breaking up Howl-O-Rama, when Dolly starts beatboxing against everyone else's howling.
- Day in the Limelight: One for D. J.
- Flashback: Dolly has one, back to the time where she, Dylan, Hansel, Roxy & Snowball tried forming a band.
- Dylan has one earlier of various scenarios of Dolly laughing at him over a year because of his bad dancing.
- I Can't Dance: This is the conflict for Dylan, whose stated to be the worst dancer in Camden.
- Look Behind You: When Dolly catches Dylan & D.J. sneaking out, they distract her by claiming Hansel is behind her.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction: D.J's response to Dylan trying to be Totally Radical is just a glare and silent shake of his head.
- Out-of-Context Eavesdropping: Dolly follows Dylan and D.J. around, but only hears Dylan's painful howling, leading her to believe Dylan's reforming their old band Howl-O-Rama behind her back.
- Running Gag: Dylan landing in a splits pose and howling out in pain.
- Stating the Simple Solution: Dylan says if he is named the worst dancer, Portia & Spencer shall force him to eta a platter of feline fur Balls, something dangerous to him cause of his allergies. D. J. just tells him not to let Portia's peer pressure force him to do some thing like that.
- Taking the Bullet: In a way. Dolly deliberately dances badly, meaning she has to eat the platter of fur balls, so Dylan won't have to.
- You Were Trying Too Hard: Dylan's dancing, to avoid being the worst dancer, is this.