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  • Dyeing for Your Art: 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.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Kevin and Macy were very popular in the first season of Jonas due to the both of them being able to accept and understand each others' quirks, not to mention the fact that Kevin was the first of the brothers to tolerate her Loony Fan tendencies. Many fans didn't like it when Macy's personality was changed to make it more compatible with Nick's in the second season.
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  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: In "Complete Repeat", Joe (semi-sarcastically) says "Nick, don't worry if we have to cancel the tour and the album", and now, The Jonas Brothers suddenly cancelled of their fall 2013 tour and the release of the album V...
  • Growing the Beard: By re-tooling into ''Jonas L.A.', the overall quality of the show has arguably improved. The character of Macy has grown by leaps and bounds, as well.
    • Actually, you could say this happened once they started treating the Joe/Stella relationship seriously in Season One.
  • Heartwarming Moments: Groovy Movies, when they remake the home movies to try and make up for accidentaly destroying them. Also something of a Tear Jerker when they play them for her at the end.
  • Ho Yay: The first episode has Stella ripping off Macy's shirt.
  • Moment of Awesome: In the episode 'Double Date', Macy Misa righteously put Van Dyke in his place:
    Macy: (to Van Dyke) Hi - remember me?
    Van Dyke: Oh, yeah - you're that girl-dude. At the inter-league baseball game - you struck me out seven times.
    Macy: Actually, it was eleven times.
    Van Dyke: Ah, well - who's counting?
    Macy: The officials were. Yeah, they wrote it in the record book - and on that trophy. (points to trophy case behind her)
    Van Dyke: Yeah, well - you were dressed like a guy.
    Macy: Yeah - but you cried like a girl.
    Van Dyke: Fair enough.
    • The word is OWNED.
    • Macy hustling Nick and Kevin in "A Wasabi Story". Same for Joe hustling them at the end of the episode.
  • What an Idiot!: Kevin and Nick, in "A Wasabi Story". The previous season, Macy was on pretty much every sports team or squad at school, and was seen carrying around golf clubs at one point. And yet, they seem to think she can't play golf to save her life. They really deserved to be hustled.
    • Especially later in the episode when Joe hustles them, too. Dudes, you were just hustled by Macy, and you're going to bet against somebody else for living space already?


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