Shake It Up (TV series)

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Shake It Up
Starring
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 75 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Shelley Jensen
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original network Disney Channel
Original release November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07) – November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10)
External links
Official website tv.disney.go.com/disneychannel/shakeitup/

Shake It Up! is a Disney Channel original series starring Bella Thorne, Zendaya Coleman, and Roshon Fegan. The show is in a show-within-a-show format. It premiered on November 7, 2010. In 2011, Disney Channel confirmed that a movie based on the show is currently being produced.[1]

Plot[change | change source]

Two best friends (CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue) land a job as background dancers in a show, "Shake It Up! Chicago" thanks to their friend Deuce. The show follows their adventures in the show and features problems and issues such as; their new social status, rivals on the show, and even the ultimate test: the strength of their friendship.[2]

Cast[change | change source]

Recurring[change | change source]

Episodes[change | change source]

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 21 November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07) August 12, 2011 (2011-08-12)
2 28 September 18, 2011 (2011-09-18) August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12)
3 26 October 14, 2012 (2012-10-14) November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10)

Season 1 (2010/11)[change | change source]

Shake It Up Season 1 episodes
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1 1 "Start It Up" Shelley Jensen Chris Thompson November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07) 101 6.2[3]

Best friends Rocky Blue and CeCe Jones audition for the dance show, Shake It Up, Chicago. Rocky and CeCe do a spotlight dance and Rocky makes it in. Unfortunately, CeCe gets stage fright and doesn't make it in. The following morning, Rocky stays in her PJ's and it is CeCe who convinces her to get changed and go on the show. On what is to be her first appearance on the show, Rocky decides she does not want to participate since CeCe did not make it as well. CeCe forces Rocky to show up anyway as it has been their lifelong dream to dance on Shake It Up, Chicago. CeCe accompanies Rocky to the studio and just when Rocky is about to go on she handcuffs herself to CeCe so they both have to dance during the filming of the show. The host, Gary Wilde, sees them dancing and decide that they both have the "it" factor and he keeps both of them on the show.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Officer Jones, Matthew Scott Montgomery as stage manager

Songs featured: "Scratch" by Beach Girl5, "Roll the Dice" by Marlene Strand, "Watch Me" by Margaret Durante, "Our Generation" by Sibel Redzep, "All the Way" by Alana de Fonseca 
2 2 "Meatball It Up" Shelley Jensen John D. Beck & Ron Hart November 14, 2010 (2010-11-14) 104 4.1[4]

Rocky and CeCe get their first paychecks and having their own debit cards. The nice man who gave them their cards promises to be friends with the girls and gives them loads of free things. Rocky and CeCe spend money on themselves instead of Deuce and Ty, so they treat them to The Olive Pit. At the restaurant CeCe and Rocky's cards are overdrawn, resulting them into eating The "Big Fat Heart Attack," spaghetti with a big meatball in order to let all of the orders be free. Meanwhile, Gunther and Tinka are babysitting Flynn and he tricks them into housekeeping and giving him half the pay. Georgia Jones isn't that angry as she loves coming home to clean dishes. At the end of the episode, Gary treats the Cast of Shake It Up, Chicago to a huge lunch from the Olive Pit. When Gary introduces CeCe and Rocky to meatballs, they get sick.

Guest stars: Quest Crew from America's Best Dance Crew as the Dancers from "Shake It Up, Pittsburgh" Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, Anita Barone as Officer Jones and Jack Plotnick as Phil Stuts, Jodi Taffel as Brenda the Waitress, Sophia Taylor Ali as Tasha Brooks

Song featured: "We Right Here" by Drew Ryan Scott 
3 3 "Give It Up" Shelley Jensen Rob Lotterstein November 21, 2010 (2010-11-21) 103 4.3[5]

Rocky and CeCe decides to do a marathon in Shake It Up! Chicago so CeCe can get the Spotlight Dance and Rocky can donate money to a retirement home and also impress an elderly lady who hates her. CeCe gets energy drinks because the rules are to keep dancing on the floor without falling down. However Flynn drinks all of the energy drinks and becomes energetic and that Rocky and CeCe are too tired stopping Flynn. At the marathon, they nearly feel sleepy but thanks to Deuce, who gave them lightning pants, they win the marathon but end up sleeping at the end. When they win the spotlight dance, they fall asleep and Flynn dances, but then falls to the ground, asleep.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Renée Taylor as Mrs. Locassio

Songs featured: "Watch Me" by Bella Thorne & Zendaya, "Our Generation" by Sibel Redzep 
4 4 "Add It Up" Shelley Jensen Eileen Conn November 28, 2010 (2010-11-28) 105 3.8[6]

CeCe finds herself in trouble when she learns that she is failing algebra class so Deuce finds her a tutor. Georgia tells CeCe that if she doesn't bring her grades up she's grounded and will have to quit "Shake It Up Chicago". When the tutor shows up at CeCe's house, CeCe, who was expecting a college boy, finds out that the tutor is a child genius in college named Henry. Flynn then "breaks" CeCe's algebra tutor when Henry shares hair gel with Flynn and starts playing video games with him. When a fed-up Rocky offers her own tutoring services, Henry drops the bomb that CeCe is dyslexic. Meanwhile, Gunther convinces Ty to go on a date with Tinka because Gunther thinks Tinka feels lonely. Ty ends up enjoying their date. They dance and think about going out again. Gunther and Deuce bet on arm wrestling. They bet on Deuce's clothes, and when CeCe is cheered up by Rocky about not being embarrassed of her dyslexia, they ask Deuce why he's walking around in just a sleeveless shirt and in his boxers. Thanks to Rocky CeCe is able to bring her grade in Algebra up to a B and remains on "Shake It Up Chicago".

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon

Song featured: "It's Alive" by Nayana Holley

Note: This was Buddy Handleson's first appearance as a recurring character playing Henry Dillon. 
5 5 "Kick It Up" Shelley Jensen Ron Zimmerman December 5, 2010 (2010-12-05) 107 4.3[7]

After CeCe ruins Deuce's and Rocky's dates at the movie theater (though Rocky does not care), Deuce points out that CeCe and Rocky are too joined together like Gunther and Tinka. So, CeCe decides to be separated from her for a little while. After some desperate calls to some old friends, including her grandmother, CeCe runs into Rocky and sees that she has already made new friends at her karate class and CeCe is afraid she may lose her best friend. CeCe hangs out with Tinka who tells her that Gunther and her are individuals, just individuals together. Meanwhile, Flynn enlists his new friend, Henry, to join his karate class to help fend off bullies.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, Kent Boyd from So You Think You Can Dance as Himself, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon, Fred Stoller as Sensei Ira

Song featured: "All Electric" by Anna Margaret and Nevermind 
6 6 "Age It Up" Shelley Jensen Rob Lotterstein December 9, 2010 (2010-12-09) 108 N/A

When Rocky and CeCe get to dance with teen sensation Justin Starr, they go to his apartment and rehearse, but when Rocky and CeCe are expected to leave, Rocky wants to stay because she wants to take a picture with Justin Starr's hat. Unfortunately CeCe catches Justin making out with his manager. CeCe then tries sending the picture to her mom, thinking that she may have a solution to the problem, but she accidentally sends it to everyone on her contact list. Later, they go to apologize to Justin, but instead of being mad at them, he thanked them, revealing to them that he's not 16, but 24 years old and that his manager is his wife. Meanwhile, Ty tries to make Gunther more "hip", after being rejected by a popular cheerleader. Later, Gunther realizes that he doesn't need to change to impress a girl, after Danielle states that Tinka is a reject.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Stephanie Lemelin as Karen Chris Trousdale as Justin Starr, Kiersey Clemons as Danielle, Breaksk8 from America's Best Dance Crew as featured dancers

Song featured: "Not Too Young" by Chris Trousdale and Nevermind

Note: This is the first and only episode to premiere on a Thursday night. 
7 7 "Party It Up" Shelley Jensen Jenny Lee December 12, 2010 (2010-12-12) 106 3.7[8]

When Rocky and CeCe finds out a dancer can't make it to Gary's party, they plan to take her place. Georgia refuses to let her daughter attend the party and tells the girls that they're too young to go to Gary's party. Georgia explains to CeCe that she's trying to protect her from getting hurt. CeCe and Rocky disobey Georgia and sneak out to the party. When they get there though they find out that they aren't guests, but are there to serve the guests. Meanwhile, Ty and Deuce are left babysitting Flynn, but when CeCe's mom comes home, due to a scheduling mix up, they both try to hide, but CeCe's mom catches them trying to leave. CeCe's mom later finds out that the girls sneaked out, after forcing the boys to drink tons of water, and goes after them. The girls get caught and Georgia shows up to take them home. The next day, Georgia makes Rocky, CeCe, Ty, Deuce, Flynn, and even Gary clean the house.

Guest stars: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Mitch Holleman as Xavier, Garrett Clayton as Dylan, Danielle Yu as Model

Songs featured: "Breakout" by Margaret Durante, "Roll the Dice" by Marlene Strand

Notes: This episode, along with the So Random! episode "Colbie Caillat" has been pulled as of December 23, 2011 and is being reevaluated due to eating disorder references.[9][10][11][12] However, the episode appears to have been put back into rotation as of April 2012, with the previously mentioned references removed.[13] 
8 8 "Hook It Up" Shelley Jensen Chris Thompson December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19) 102 N/A

CeCe and Rocky invite their friend Deuce to videotape them for a school project and he overhears Gary Wilde deciding whether or not to fire two dancers. Fearing that it could be CeCe and Rocky, he shows them the footage and the two set out to prove to Gary Wilde that they should get as much recognition as the dancers who have been on the show before. Little that they know that they weren't the last ones hired and that Gary wasn't planning to take them off the show. Meanwhile, Ty teaches Flynn how to do some dance steps to impress an older girl.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Allie DeBerry as Destiny

Song featured: "All The Way Up" by Alana de Fonseca 
9 9 "Wild It Up" Joel Zwick Chris Thompson January 9, 2011 (2011-01-09) 110 4.1[14]

Rocky tries to change her image when she reads a blog about how she is a "goody-two-shoes". The next day, she tries to prove that she's not. After, she goes back. Meanwhile, Flynn and Deuce try to catch a mouse on the loose in the Jones' apartment.

Guest stars: Cat Deeley, the host of So You Think You Can Dance as Vice Principal Winslow, Thomas Kasp as Frankie "The Complication", Saltare from America's Best Dance Crew as featured dancers

Song featured: "We Right Here" by Drew Ryan Scott 
10 10 "Match It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein January 23, 2011 (2011-01-23) 111 4.3[15]

Deuce and Savannah are happy together, but when Savannah finds someone with more money than Deuce, she dumps him. Deuce announces that he and Savannah are back together, but he doesn't know that she's only with him because he won a contest to win 10,000 dollars. Ty pretended he's a billionaire to show Deuce that Savannah is only with him because of his money. When Deuce realizes that she starts to flirt with Ty, Savannah and Deuce break up and Deuce gets together with Dina. Meanwhile, Flynn helps Henry earn a Coyote Scout camping badge, but sadly Henry is hopeless.

Guest stars: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Juliette Goglia as Savannah, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia

Song featured: "Bling Bling" by Windy Wagner 
11 11 "Show It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn February 20, 2011 (2011-02-20) 112 4.0[16]

Rocky is determined to beat perennial champions Randy and Candy at the talent show after Candy wins every single award. Upon realizing that they will lose against Candy and her fellow cheerleaders, they enlist Gunter and Tinka to dance with them in the show but Candy and Randy recruit them for their team soon after. CeCe does not give up and brings in her secret weapon Ty. Meanwhile, Flynn helps Deuce prepare to MC the show.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, Charlet Chung as Candy Cho

Songs featured: "We Right Here" by Drew Ryan Scott, "All the Way Up (instrumental) by Alana de Fonseca 
12 12 "Heat It Up" Katy Garretson John D. Beck & Ron Hart February 27, 2011 (2011-02-27) 109 3.7[17]

When the heat goes out in Rocky’s apartment, CeCe invites Rocky, Ty, and their mother to move in with them. Meanwhile, Ty builds himself a man cave to get away from the women of the house. Tinka hopes that something will hatch from an egg that she's "raising".

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Carla Renata as Marcie Blue

Song Featured: "Breakout" (instrumental) by Margaret Durante 
13 13 "Glitz It Up" Eric Dean Seaton Ron Zimmerman March 6, 2011 (2011-03-06) 113 3.8[18]

Rocky and CeCe choreograph and mentor young contestants for a beauty pageant. When the girls meet some of the pageants, natural model Sally Van Buren and the shy, yet friendly, Eileen Keller, they end up clashing over which young girl they believe is most capable of winning the pageant, with Cece taking Sally's side and Rocky taking Eileen's side. Meanwhile, Deuce tries to win over Dina's father by taking a special test: taking care of his beloved pet pig, Pinky, for a day.

Guest stars: Caitlin Carmichael as Eileen Keller, Emily Skinner as Sally Van Buren, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, John D'Aquino as Don Rio Garcia

Song featured: "All Electric" by Anna Margaret and Nevermind 
14 14 "Hot Mess It Up" Eric Dean Seaton John D. Beck & Ron Hart March 20, 2011 (2011-03-20) 114 3.6[19]

Rocky and CeCe host a video webcast offering teen advice. When CeCe gives some bad advice to "Lonely Boy", his twin sister "Glitter Girl" wrote an email stating that it was their fault they made her twin brother move away who might be Gunther and Tinka. Meanwhile, the boys host an advice show of their own called "Zombie Talk".

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Poreotics from America's Best Dance Crew as featured dancers

Songs featured: "Breakout" by Margaret Durante, "Not Too Young" by Chris Trousdale and Nevermind, "We Right Here" by Drew Ryan Scott, "Bling Bling" by Windy Wagner, "It's Alive" by Nayana Holley, "Roll the Dice" by Marlene Strand, "Our Generation" (instrumental) by Sibel Redzep 
15 15 "Reunion It Up" Sean McNamara Howard J. Morris April 10, 2011 (2011-04-10) 116 3.7[20]

CeCe and Rocky get the chance to dance with Ronnie and Angie, two of the original dancers of Shake It Up, Chicago. Meanwhile, Deuce accidentally kills Flynn's goldfish, Mr. Goldberg, and plans a proper funeral for Mr. Goldberg.

Guest stars: Anneliese van der Pol as Ronnie, Meagan Holder as Angie, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde

Song featured: "Our Generation" by Sibel Redzep 
16 16 "Sweat It Up" Joel Zwick David Tolentino May 1, 2011 (2011-05-01) 117 3.1[21]

CeCe fakes a leg injury in order to avoid participating in gym class. Rocky lies and says that she is having her appendix removed to avoid laser tag with the nerds. Meanwhile, the boys take care of a neighbor's dog, but the dog proves to be difficult.

Guest stars:: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Zayne Emory as Howard, Jamie Kaler as Coach Lesseur, Wendy Worthington as Ms. Lee

Song featured: "Just Wanna Dance" by Geraldo Sandell and Riky Luna 
17 17 "Vatalihootsit It Up" Joel Zwick John D. Beck & Ron Hart June 12, 2011 (2011-06-12) 118 3.3[22]

Gunther and Tinka invite CeCe and Rocky to come visit their home and celebrate Vatalihootsit Day with them. However, the girls have a difficult time adjusting to the traditions and culture of the Hessenheffer's native home in addition to the initial awkwardness of making a good impression on their eccentric parents. In the end, CeCe and Rocky end up changing their minds about their experience, but Gunther and Tinka kick them out once the celebration is over. Meanwhile, Ty auditions for a juice commercial, but the producer ends up casting Flynn instead.

Guest stars: Bronson Pinchot as Kashlack Hessenheffer, Mary Birdsong as Squizza Hessenheffer, Caroline Sunshine as Tinka Hessenheffer, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, JabbaWockeeZ from America's Best Dance Crew as featured dancers.

Song featured: "Dance for Life" by Adam Hicks and Drew Seeley

Note: This episode premiered on Disney Channel UK on May 7, 2011, over a month before the US premiere. 
18 18 "Model It Up" Eric Dean Seaton Jenny Lee June 17, 2011 (2011-06-17) 115 4.1[23]

Rocky and CeCe get a chance at a modeling career but the people only like Rocky. So she gets a chance to be a model for Glam Magazine, but it's in New York. Rocky is hesitant to go, but her friends all encourage her to go, saying that it is a big chance for her. Meanwhile, the boys have to do chores for Mrs. Locassio because Deuce and Ty broke Flynn's video game console and they have to get money to get him a new one.

Guest stars: Jungle Boogie from America's Best Dance Crew as featured dancers, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde

Song featured: "Roll the Dice" by Marlene Strand

Note: This episode aired on a special timeslot due to Disney Channel having Night of Premieres on June 17. 
19 19 "Twist It Up" Shelley Jensen Eileen Conn July 10, 2011 (2011-07-10) 119 3.7[24]

CeCe and Rocky start a new dance craze. Mrs. Garcia wants to throw a huge party for Dina's birthday, but Dina wants a simple, small party, so CeCe and Rocky take over organizing Dina's party. Meanwhile, Flynn gets a new robot that destroys things with its laser eyes, and he gets his friend Henry to help him. Deuce tries to impress Mrs. Garcia by learning some dance moves from Ty.

Guest stars: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Maggie Wheeler as Mrs. Garcia

Song featured: "Twist My Hips" by Tim James and Nevermind 
20 20 "Break It Up" Shelley Jensen Teleplay by: Jenny Lee
Story by: Chris Thompson
July 24, 2011 (2011-07-24) 121 4.1[25]

Rocky, CeCe, Flynn, Ty, Deuce, Gunther and Tinka all go on a vacation together. When they play Truth or Dare, CeCe dares Rocky to jump in the lake. Rocky does the dare, but ends up landing on a broken bottle, thereby cutting her foot.

Guest stars: Jackie Debatin as Dr. Semple, Caroline Sunshine as Tinka Hessenheffer, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Carla Renata as Marcie Blue

Song featured: "School's Out" by Kyra Cristiaan 
21 21 "Throw It Up" Shelley Jensen Rob Lotterstein August 21, 2011 (2011-08-21) 120 3.4[26]

CeCe and Rocky get the opportunity to perform a big spotlight dance number alongside a British dance crew, "The Highlighters". Right before the performance, Gary gets sick, leaving Rocky and CeCe in charge of the show.

Guest stars: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Cameron Boyce as Fake Highlighter

Songs featured: "Watch Me" by Bella Thorne & Zendaya, "Dance For Life" by Adam Hicks and Drew Seeley, "School's Out" by Kyra Cristiaan , "Season 1 Mash up" by Various 

Season 2 (2011/12)[change | change source]

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22 1 "Shrink It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein September 18, 2011 (2011-09-18) 203 3.6[27]

When Gary tells the girls that his therapist is offering a free appointment, CeCe signs herself and Rocky up for a few sessions in order to kiss up to Gary. Meanwhile, Flynn buys a toy dinosaur that doesn't work well. Also, Gunther and Tinka decide to try and be nice to someone and they pick Deuce.

Guest stars: Harriet Sansom Harris as Dr. Pepper, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, E.E. Bell as Mr. Block, Skylar Keesee as Young CeCe, Jasmyn Ramos as Young Rocky

Song Featured: "Turn It On" by Amber Lily

First appearance as a main cast member: Caroline Sunshine as Tinka Hessenheffer

Notes: This episode was originally scheduled to air on September 25, 2011, but actually aired a week earlier on September 18, 2011. This is Caroline Sunshine's first appearance as a regular cast member. Due to episodes being shown out of order, events from "Shake It Up, Up & Away" are mentioned in this episode when Rocky is listing things that CeCe forced her to do, and Deuce got his job during "Shake It Up, Up & Away". In this episode, Rocky also mentions events from the episodes "Meatball It Up" and "Party It Up". A flashback shows how CeCe and Rocky met at dance class, and Gunther and Tinka are there. 
23 2 "Three's a Crowd It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee September 25, 2011 (2011-09-25) 206[28] 2.9[29]

A cute local dancer named Julio comes to perform on Shake It Up, Chicago!, and Rocky, CeCe, and Tinka all fall for him. Meanwhile, Henry becomes a substitute teacher in Flynn's class.

Guest stars: Gabriel Morales as Julio, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia

Song Featured: "Just Wanna Dance" by Geraldo Sandell and Ricky Luna

Note: This is the third episode where Tinka appears without Gunther. 
24 3 "Shake It Up, Up & Away" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein (Part 1)
Eileen Conn (Part 2)
October 2, 2011 (2011-10-02) 201–202 3.8[30]

Rocky and CeCe plan to go to Alabama with the rest of Shake It Up, Chicago dancers to help clean up a swamp; however, CeCe finds out about auditions for a new dance show called "Really, You Call That Dancing?" in Los Angeles and she tries convincing Rocky to ditch the benefit.

Guest stars: Jim Pirri as Uncle Frank, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Christopher Rich as the Mayor

Songs Featured: "Up, Up, and Away" by Blush, "Bring the Fire" by Ylwa

Notes: This episode was originally scheduled to air as an hour-long season premiere on September 18, 2011 the episode "Shrink It Up" aired in its place. This episode finally aired two weeks later on October 2, 2011. This is the first one-hour episode special for the series and the first episode that does not end in "It Up". Due to episodes being shown out of order, events from this episode are mentioned in "Shrink It Up". In Shrink It Up, Crusty's is their hangout but in this episode it has just opened up. 
25 4 "Beam It Up" Joel Zwick David Holden October 9, 2011 (2011-10-09) 204 4.5[31]

Rocky and CeCe go to a Halloween party at the Shake It Up, Chicago studio. Meanwhile, Flynn suspects that his new neighbor, Zane, is an alien and has a dream that he and Henry have been abducted.

Guest stars: Instant Noodles from America's Best Dance Crew, Atticus Shaffer as Zane, Spencer Daniels as Paul, Buddy Handleson as Henry, Hudson Thames as D'Artagnan, Jodi Taffel as Brenda

Song Featured: "Calling All the Monsters" by China Anne McClain (premiered in the A.N.T. Farm Halloween episode "mutANT farm") 
26 5 "Doctor It Up" Joel Zwick Jeff Strauss October 23, 2011 (2011-10-23) 205 3.5[32]

Rocky's dad, Dr. Curtis Blue, returns from his trip overseas and is unhappy to find out Rocky is dancing on Shake It Up, Chicago, and Ty wants to pursue a career as a rapper. CeCe and Rocky plan a surprise dance routine at the hospital to prove to Dr. Blue that Rocky is a great dancer and Ty is a great rapper.

Guest stars: Phil Morris as Dr. Curtis Blue, Jim Pirri as Uncle Frank, Carla Renata as Marcie Blue

Song Featured: "Dance For Life" by Adam Hicks and Drew Seeley 
27 6 "Review It Up" Joel Zwick David Holden November 6, 2011 (2011-11-06) 210 3.9[33]

When an entertainment blogger named Andy Burns gives Shake It Up, Chicago! a negative review, CeCe and Rocky went to his office and have to convince him that their dancing deserves praise but Andy Burns got injuries for CeCe and Rocky. Meanwhile, Deuce and Dina get bad advice on how to celebrate their one-year anniversary.[34]

Guest stars: Ben Savage as Andy Burns, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Alex McKenna as Sarah, Noel Arthur as Guard

Song Featured: "Critical" by TKO & Nevermind 
28 7 "Double Pegasus It Up" Joel Zwick David Tolentino November 13, 2011 (2011-11-13) 207 3.2[35]

CeCe finds out Deuce has been delivering pizza to her idol, Theodore Vainglorious, a choreographer who came up with an amazing dance move a few years back called the "Double Pegasus." When she and Rocky take over the pizza delivery in order to meet him, they find out he's living a less than glamorous life and he's given up on choreography.

Guest stars: Leslie Jordan as Theodore, Jim Pirri as Uncle Frank, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde

Song Featured: "Overtime" by Robyn Newman 
29 8 "Auction It Up" Joel Zwick David Tolentino November 20, 2011 (2011-11-20) 211 3.6[36]

CeCe and Rocky set up a fundraiser through "Shake It Up, Chicago" to help save their former dance school, Ms. Nancy's Fancy Dance Academy. Meanwhile, Deuce and Ty enter a competition to win a new "Yo phone" after Deuce breaks Ty's phone.

Guest stars: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Marissa Jaret Winokur as Ms. Nancy, Adam Trent as Himself, Nicholas Braico as Klaus Hessenheffer

Song Featured: "Moves Like Magic" by Adam Trent

Note: Gunther and Tinka return after a long absence. 
30 9 "Camp It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn November 27, 2011 (2011-11-27) 213 3.9[37]

In order to earn money for a week-long dance camp, Rocky and CeCe decide to host their own dance camp for little kids in CeCe's apartment. Flynn crushes on Suzy, a girl at the camp. The camp turns out to be successful and Larry Diller, a famous lawyer, begs Rocky and CeCe to join the camp, even though it's for children.

Guest stars: Larry Miller as Larry Diller, Ashley Boettcher as Suzy, AK squared - winners of Make Your Mark "2011"

Songs Featured: "Make Your Mark" by Drew Ryan Scott, "Bling Bling" by Windy Wagner, "Twist My Hips" by Tim James and Nevermind 
31 10 "Jingle It Up" Ellen Gittelsohn Eileen Conn December 11, 2011 (2011-12-11) 212 3.5[38]

It's the holidays and CeCe goes last-minute shopping for her mom, but she buys herself an expensive purse instead. Meanwhile, Rocky wants to make a young boy's Christmas wish come true by buying him the latest gift, the "GS Handheld Mega game 195", but they are all sold out. At Crusty's, Rocky finds Deuce, who has the gift, and threatens him for it. Also, Deuce invites Dina to go Christmas caroling with his family, only to find out she is a bad singer.

Guest stars: Anita Barone as Officer Jones, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Stuart Pankin as Santa, Heavy Impact Crew as Lakefield Mall dancers

Song Featured: "Jingle Dub" 
32 11 "Apply It Up" Joel Zwick David Holden January 8, 2012 (2012-01-08) 215 3.2[39]

CeCe applies herself and Rocky to audition for the prestigious CFAA (Chicago Fine Arts Academy), but CeCe gets packet qualifying her for a scholarship and Rocky gets letter, which she thinks means that she was rejected. After Rocky tears the letter up in frustration, CeCe pieces it together and tells Rocky she also got into CFA. At Crusty's, Rocky parents are proud that she was accepted, but they can't afford Rocky to send her to the school, leaving Rocky devastated. CeCe helps Rocky qualify for a scholarship by lying to the dean of CFA, claiming that Rocky's father is a single parent, but their lie is exposed when Rocky's mother shows up. Rocky and CeCe are grounded and their acceptance to CFA is retracted. Meanwhile, Flynn and Henry believe that an asteroid is headed towards Earth.

Guest stars: Jonathan Slavin as Mark Tauzzig, Phil Morris as Dr. Curtis Blue, Carla Renata as Marcie Blue, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon

Song Featured: "Something to Dance For" by Zendaya 
33 12 "Split It Up" Joel Zwick Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani January 22, 2012 (2012-01-22)[40] 208 2.8[41]

CeCe and Gunther are selected to be guest dancers on "Good Morning, Chicago", which makes CeCe feel uncomfortable that she wouldn't be dancing with Rocky. Rocky explains that there will be times when one of them will get something the other one doesn't and encourages her to perform. When CeCe and Gunther practice their dance routine, Rocky watches while Tinka teases Rocky about being jealous. After seeing how well their dance routine was, Gary informs CeCe and Gunther that they earned the Spotlight Dance of the week. Overhearing this, Tinka helps Rocky vent her jealousy and invites Rocky to join in her plan to get CeCe sick so she is not able to dance. However, Rocky turns it down. Later, Rocky admits she was jealous and helps CeCe with her hair for the performance. When the highlights in her hair turn green, CeCe accuses Rocky of purposefully doing it for revenge, when it was really Tinka who switched the highlight color. At "Good Morning, Chicago", Rocky delivers some balloons to CeCe and the two share a hug. Rocky helps CeCe with some last minute touches before she performs, and they are both locked in the dressing room by the Hessenheffers. Meanwhile, Deuce and Flynn help Ty improve his rap skills. They both try to give him a "bad boy" image, but he's a little too good at being bad. Back at "Good Morning, Chicago", right as the Hessenheffers are about to perform, the host interrupts their dance with breaking news, which takes up the rest of the time, so Gunther and Tinka never get to dance.

Guest stars: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Kurt Long as Host, Gina St. John as Reporter, Mary Jo Catlett as Elderly Woman, and Beat Freaks as Featured Dancers

Song Featured: "Edge Of The Mirror" by Emme Rose, "Bring the Fire" by Ylwa 
34 13 "Copy Kat It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein February 19, 2012 (2012-02-19) 219 3.5[42]

When a fan named Kat meets Rocky and CeCe, she starts to copy CeCe’s appearance and secretly plots to take her place on "Shake It Up, Chicago!" CeCe and Rocky must find a way to show Kat’s true colors. Before they perform, Kat texts CeCe (pretending to be Rocky) telling her to go pick up her costume across town. When CeCe comes back, Kat and Rocky are performing and Kat wrecks the performance. To get payback, CeCe poses as a "Shake It Up, New York!" producer and over email, tells Kat that she is going to "Shake It Up, New York!" Meanwhile, Flynn acts as Ty's agent when dealing with a big time record producer. Ty figures out the producer wants him to rap for the younger generation, meaning songs about how to tie shoes. Ty quits and Flynn replaces him. When Flynn becomes internet sensation, Ty regrets quitting.

Guest stars: Kerris Dorsey as Kat, the ICONic Boyz from America's Best Dance Crew, Jay Thomas as Dave Gold

Songs Featured: "Bring the Fire" by Ylwa, "Critical" by TKO & Nevermind, "Edge of the Mirror" by Emme Rose, "Moves Like Magic" by Adam Trent, "Overtime" by Robyn Newman (Instrumental) 
35 14 "Egg It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee February 26, 2012 (2012-02-26)[43] 209 2.6[44]

When the girls' science teacher, Mr. Polk, pairs them up for a science project, Rocky is afraid partnering with CeCe will lower her grade. CeCe later finds out Rocky's working with someone else and is furious. Rocky tries to make it up to her by offering to do the whole project by herself and put CeCe's name on it, but CeCe would rather they do her project herself and is upset that Rocky underestimates her when it comes to school. The next day, Rocky still doesn't believe CeCe's project will work, but when both of their projects are tested, Rocky's doesn't work and CeCe's is successful. Rocky apologizes to CeCe and shows her that some discoveries happen by accident. Meanwhile, Flynn is mad at Ty for ignoring him at Crusty's, so he fires Ty as his babysitter and replaces him with Gunther. Gunther and Ty then compete to see who is the better babysitter. When they find out Flynn tricked them into doing his essay for him, they retaliate by writing his essay with false information.[45]

Guest star: Joel Brooks as Mr. Polk

Songs Featured: "The Night Is Young" by Wild Thingz

Note: This is the second episode where Gunther appears without Tinka. 
36 15 "Judge It Up" Ellen Gittelsohn Eileen Conn March 11, 2012 (2012-03-11) 214 3.3 [46]

When Gunther and Tinka refuse to pay Rocky and CeCe their money for performing at Klaus's party, the girls take their case to "Teen Court". Gunther and Tinka claim Rocky and CeCe didn't perform well and they ruined Klaus's party. Gunther and Tinka also claim that they ate all the cake and yelled at Klaus. However, Rocky and CeCe think Gunther and Tinka ruined the party because they were so harsh to Klaus. Rocky and CeCe also claim that Tinka smashed the cake in Klaus's face. As soon as Judge Marsha is about to close the case, Deuce comes running in with a surveillance video from Crusty's. The video shows that all of them ruined Klaus's party, after smacking his birthday cake out of his hand by an accident. Later, Gunther and Tinka pay back the money to Rocky and CeCe as they promised, but with a slight catch: this time, they pay them back with pennies. Meanwhile, after finding out Flynn doesn't know how to ride a bike, Henry wants to teach him. Flynn is reluctant at first, but then, he sees how useful it is, and he wants to ride a bike. Flynn finds out that Henry tricked him into thinking that he rode the bike all along, but Henry actually rigged the bike so Flynn wouldn't fall off.[47]

Guest stars: Loretta Devine as Judge Marsha, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon, Nicholas Braico as Klaus Hessenheffer, William Ragsdale as Announcer

Songs Featured: "TTYLXOX" by Bella Thorne, "We Right Here" by Drew Ryan Scott 
37 16 "Parent Trap It Up" Joel Zwick Jeff Strauss March 25, 2012 (2012-03-25) 218 3.0[48]

When Rocky is convinced that CeCe's dad is trying to "woo" CeCe's mom, she tries to plan their relationship relating to her book. CeCe doesn't believe it at first, but when she picks up her dad's coat, she finds a ring, leading both the girls to thinking he is going to propose to CeCe's mom. With the help of school librarian Miss Burke, they come up with a plan to go to the "Shake It Up, Chicago!" set and remake CeCe's parents first date with a "Bollywood" theme. After the dance, the girls find out that CeCe's dad isn't proposing to her mom, but instead to her dad's girlfriend, who lives back in Florida. Later Rocky feels a little guilty for not knowing about CeCe's Dad's girlfriend and apologizes to CeCe. Meanwhile, Ty and Deuce try to go on a double date at Crusty's, only to find out that Dina and Gina had a long lasting rivalry since they were both little. Later, Ty and Deuce confront them by saying that they are always competing against each other and they are annoyed by the fact they pulled them into the "competition". Soon, Dina and Gina realize their mistakes and become friends.

Special guest star: Tyra Banks as Ms. Burke

Guest stars: Teala Dunn as Gina, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Matthew Glave as J.J. Jones

Song Featured: "Aaja Na" by Melinda S 
38 17 "Weird It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro David Tolentino April 1, 2012 (2012-04-01) 217[49] 2.5[50]

CeCe hires an agent to help the girls boost up their fame. The agent books them on an American adaptation of the Japanese game show Let's Get Weird, where the girls believe they have been booked to be background dancers on the set of the show. However, the parts the agent had actually booked them for was the roles of the "Weirdettes", two female models who are the subject of the consequences of a contestant's incorrect answers. To make matters worse, the contestant competing in the taping of the show they are booked for is none other than Flynn, who auditioned for the show after bribing the girls' agent (who tipped him off about the gig) in order to get back at CeCe for constantly neglecting him in favor of hanging out with Rocky. The game show turns out to be a lot more twisted than it seems, as the girls are forced to suffer comical, yet disgusting punishments for Flynn intentionally answering the questions incorrectly. However, after CeCe finally apologizes for not spending time with him, Flynn has a change of heart and attempts to answer the final question correctly to win the grand prize for all three of them. Unfortunately, Flynn's final answer is incorrect, and as a result the girls are forced to be humiliated by having soggy gunk puked on them by two people in bird costumes. Meanwhile, Ty likes Gloria, a foreign exchange student who only speaks Spanish. Due to the language diversities, Ty asks Deuce to accompany him on the date as a translator. In the end, the girls get back at their lousy agent by hiring one of the costumed birds from the show to puke on him.

Guest stars: Denyse Tontz as Gloria, David Shatraw as Host, Jerry Sroka as Agent 
39 18 "Whodunit Up?" Joel Zwick Darin Henry April 15, 2012 (2012-04-15) 221[49] 3.7[51]

When a phantom threatens to shut down "Shake It Up Chicago," CeCe, Rocky, Gunther, and Tinka try to unmask the culprit. Meanwhile, Deuce helps Ty identify his secret admirer. Ty reluctantly agrees to meet her, but finds she isn't moving as earlier predicted.

Guest stars: Steve Monroe as Ralph, Bridget Shergalis as Abigail

Song Featured: "Whodunit" by Adam Hicks & Coco Jones 
40 19 "Tunnel It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee May 13, 2012 (2012-05-13) 216[49] 3.3[52]

Rocky, CeCe & Tinka try to be in two places at once as their spring formal arrives and Shake It Up, Chicago gets moved to a Saturday night prime-time time slot which means they will have to choose which one to go to....or will they. Meanwhile Dina is stressed out after she is put in charge of the school dance and the camera guy she hired for taking the pictures cancels, so Deuce hooks her up with his friend.

Guest star: Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia.

Song Featured: "A Space In The Stars" by Drew Seeley

Note: This is the fourth episode where Tinka appears without Gunther. 
41 20 "Protest It Up" Joel Zwick Cat Davis May 20, 2012 (2012-05-20) 220[49] 3.1[53]

Rocky & CeCe try to overturn a school ruling that requires students to wear uniforms. Meanwhile, Gunther & Tinka take up new hobbies since they no longer have to be concerned about school clothes.

Song Featured: "Show Ya How" by Adam Irigoyen & Kenton Duty 
42 21 "Wrestle It Up" Joel Zwick Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani June 3, 2012 (2012-06-03) 222[49] 3.2[54]

When some girls come down to Crusty's Pizza and gets attracted to Deuce, Ty tells him about the girl phenomenon. Deuce gets into a trance, which leads him to break up with Dina so he can flirt with other girls. Everyone then starts to ignore Deuce because he wasn't taken anymore, so he tries to apologize to Dina, whom already has a new boyfriend, Kevin. Meanwhile, CeCe’s mom gets a side job working as a security guard on a movie set and Rocky, CeCe, and Flynn devise a plan to sneak onto the set to see Taylor Lautner.

Guest stars: Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Markus Silbiger as Kevin, James Kevin Ward as Robert Lautner, Kira Kosarin as Raina Kumar

Song Featured: Critical by TKO & Nevermind

Featured Dancers: I.aM.mE 
43 22 "Reality Check It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee June 10, 2012 (2012-06-10) 226[49] 2.9[55]

CeCe and Rocky are hosting a special viewing party, when a TV show is doing a special on "Shake It Up, Chicago".

Guest star: Alex Welch as Sheila

Song Featured: "Total Access" of Nevermind, TKO and SOS, "Don't Push Me" of Coco Jones, "Moves Like Magic" of Adam Trent 
44 23 "Rock and Roll It Up" Roger Christiansen Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani July 1, 2012 (2012-07-01) 225 3.7[56]

When Gary's grandma comes to SIU Chicago and she shares her old stories with the young dancers, who are fascinated when she explains that she was on one of the first teen dance shows.

Guest star: Anita Gillette as Edie Wilde

Songs Featured: Our Generation, Sixteen Girls, American Jukebox Theme

Note: Ty and Deuce does not appear in this episode, but Roshon Fegan and Adam Irigoyen is in this episode. 
45 24 "Boot It Up" Joel Zwick Jeff Strauss July 15, 2012 (2012-07-15) 227 3.9[57]

CeCe and Rocky are so excited to go to Major Dance Boot Camp for their summer vacation, but after they get there, they realize it's not exactly what they signed up for. Meanwhile, Flynn is bummed he can't go to summer camp because of a hurt arm, so Deuce and Dina find a way to bring camp to him.

Guest stars: Suzi Barrett as Major Dance, Katelin Petersen as Kansas, Chloe Peterson as Jo, Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia

Songs Featured: Where's the Party, School's Out 
46 25 "Slumber It Up" Roger Christiansen Jenny Lee July 29, 2012 (2012-07-29) 223 3.1[58]

CeCe hosts a sleepover with Rocky, Tinka, and Dina. CeCe gives Dina a makeover. Meanwhile, Ty, Deuce, Gunther, and Flynn search for buried treasure, but end up overhearing the girl's sleep over.

Song Featured: Where's the Party 
47 26 "Surprise It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro David Holden & Jeff Strauss August 5, 2012 (2012-08-05) 224 2.9[59]

CeCe tries to find out what Rocky has planned for her birthday but when Gunther asks her to go with him to his mailman Marvin's funeral, she thinks this is the surprise she has been waiting for. Meanwhile, the gang meets Deuce's identical cousin, Harrison, and Rocky falls for him.

Song Featured: Surprise by TKO & Nevermind

Note: This is the third episode where Gunther appears without Tinka. Adam Irigoyen portrays Harrison, a twin cousin of Deuce. 
48 27 "Embarrass It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) 228 3.8[60]

CeCe embarrasses herself on live TV by farting, and Rocky sneezes on TV and gets embarrassed as well. Flynn and Ty make fun of them after seeing their incidents happen.

Song Featured: The Star I R by Caroline Sunshine 
49 28 "Made in Japan" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein August 17, 2012 (2012-08-17) 229–231[61] 4.5[62]

In Japan, at Watanabe Studios, a worker suggests that they should make a video game with a group from Shake It Up. Back in the US, every state's show competed and Shake It Up, Chicago wins. They fly on a private jet to Japan, but CeCe takes Rocky to a hypnotist, Shelly, so Rocky can get over her fear of flying. While Rocky is still hypnotized, CeCe suggests that Shelly makes Rocky a fun and better person, which CeCe has to rub Rocky's shoulder and tell her to "get on board, Rocky," which helps CeCe take advantage of her. Rocky, CeCe, Gunther, Tinka, Ty, Flynn, Gary, Georgia are all aboard the plane and Henry goes as well, which he brings his android, Andy. Ty also keeps in contact with Deuce through his tablet, in which Deuce acts like he is actually in Japan. As everyone arrives in Tokyo, Gunther and Tinka lose their luggage but buy new clothes. The four dancers go to the studios to be put in the game, and Mr. Watanabe's grandchildren make an app for the game before its released because of Rocky's suggestion to disobey Mr. Watanabe's order to not make it. After he finds out, Rocky tries to talk to him, but she makes him feel like he's wrong and then he ends up cancelling the game. Gary makes Mr. Watanabe put the game project back on, but on the circumstance, Rocky and CeCe are fired from Shake It Up Chicago. Later, everyone is kicked out of the suite and has to find their way back home. Later, Rocky answers CeCe's phone when Shelly calls, finding that CeCe has been taking advantage of her and they end their friendship. Meanwhile, Tinka is being deported back to the old country after hitting a security guard accidentally, but Rocky and CeCe convince the security guards to send Gunther and Tinka back to the US together. Afterwards, the app that the Watanabe grandchildren uploaded contained a virus that could go global and stop all computers, but Henry, who did not upload the app, attempts to fix it, but can't get past the firewall. They infiltrate Watanabe Global and hack the mainframe, but gets caught by Mr. Watanabe, and Andy gets damaged in the ventilation shaft. In the ending, Rocky and CeCe tries to get Mr. Watanabe to give them everything back and in the end, they perform 'Made in Japan'. At the very end, the ending credits come on with Deuce talking through the tablet, realizing that everyone left.

Guest stars: Keone Young as Mr. Watanabe, R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Blue Man Group, Ally Maki as Keiko, Buddy Handleson as Henry Dillon

Song Featured: Fashion Is My Kryptonite, Made In Japan, The Same Heart, Total Access, Don't Push Me, Show Ya How, Calling All the Monsters (performed by an extra), Shake It Up

Last appearance: Kenton Duty as Gunther Hessenheffer

Notes: This episode was made as a 90-minute episode and this is the last episode that Kenton Duty makes in the series. This is also the final episode Buddy Handleson plays Henry Dillon. Despite that Handleson was not a main member in the series, he was a recurring character and marks his final appearance in this 90-minute season finale. Due to his departure from the show, Handleson was moved to Nickelodeon and played Wendell Bassett on Nickelodeon's short-lived sitcom Wendell & Vinnie which premiered in February 2013. Also, the boy who requested to mash-up the two songs in the opening scene of "Something to Dance For/TTYLXOX Mash-Up" appeared in Rocky and CeCe's performance of "The Same Heart." 

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50 1 "Fire It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein October 14, 2012 (2012-10-14) 301 3.9[64]

CeCe and Rocky are horrified when they discover that a fire burned down the Shake It Up, Chicago! set. Since CeCe was the last one on the set and left her curling iron plugged in before they left for Japan, she believes she is the culprit. Unable to use the set, the show goes on hiatus. Meanwhile, Gary is depressed because he is jobless, so Ty convinces Deuce to hire him at Crusty's Pizza. Tinka tries to be nice to Rocky and CeCe after Gunther returns to the old country. In the end, Rocky and CeCe accepts Tinka's friendship, and it is revealed that a faulty tanning bed caused the fire.

Guest Stars: Elektrolytes as Themselves
Songs Featured: "Calling All the Monsters", "Law of Averages" by TKO and Nevermind
Guest starring: R. Brandon Johnson as Gary Wilde, Anita Barone as Georgia Jones and Anthony Starke as Jeremy Hunter

Notes: Starting this season, Kenton Duty was no longer a main cast member and departures the series. This is the first episode that showed the shortened version of the series' theme song. Also, despite that Buddy Handleson was not a main cast member and played a recurring role as Henry Dillon in seasons 1-2, he was also no longer appearing on the show. 
51 2 "Funk It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn October 28, 2012 (2012-10-28) 302 3.2[65]

CeCe is in a funk without Shake It Up! Chicago. She gets inspired by a speech performed at a bar mitzvah where Rocky booked them a gig. Meanwhile, Howie, a boy Rocky met at the bar mitzvah, develops a huge crush on her and will not leave her alone. Plus, Ty gets incredibly mad at Deuce because he drew a mustache on his face with permanent marker. Also, Flynn asks Jeremy to speak at Career Day instead of Georgia, which makes her upset.

Song Featured: "Get'cha Head in the Game" by Bella Thorne

Guest starring: Anita Barone as Georgia Jones, Anthony Starke as Jeremy Hunter, Aaron Refvem as Jason, Adam Karelin as Howie and Robert Koch as Photographer 
52 3 "Spirit It Up" Joel Zwick Darin Henry November 4, 2012 (2012-11-04) 303 3.2[66]

Now with Rocky in a funk without Shake It Up, Chicago!, CeCe tries helping her out. When they are out of choices, they witness how horrible and emotionless the spirit squad is, so they decide to join. Later on, the squad promotes CeCe as president and they want her to kick Rocky out when they realize how bossy and demanding she is. Meanwhile, Deuce feels bad for Tinka since Gunther left. He persuades Dina into letting her hang out with them. However, Deuce gets annoyed when Dina and Tinka spend every minute together and he feels like the third wheel. Elsewhere, Flynn is offended when is known for having a bad friend reputation, so he attempts to make friends with a nerd living next door.

Song Featured: "I Can Do Better" by Y.LA Guest starring: Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Luke Ganalon as Freckles, Brittany Ross as Crystal and Carla Jeffery as Margie

Note Everyone shows up at the meeting (except for Ty). 
53 4 "Lock It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee November 11, 2012 (2012-11-11) 304 3.1[67]

After CeCe and Rocky perform at a local hospital, it inspires Rocky to volunteer to work in the hospital. While cleaning a hospital room, she is locked under quarantine alongside Flynn. Dr. Curtis Blue tells Rocky that the hospital is not sure if the disease is infectious, the test results will arrive within sixty hours. Meanwhile, CeCe asks out Louis (Chase Austin) for pizza, unbeknownst he is blind. When CeCe finds out, Louis believes she is self-absorbed. Elsewhere, Deuce gets annoyed because Dina is invading his locker.

Song Featured: "Contagious Love" by Miranda R. Johnson

Guest starring: Ainsley Bailey as Dina Garcia, Phil Morris as Curtis Blue, Chase Austin as Louis 
54 5 "Merry Merry It Up" Joel Zwick Jennifer Glickman December 2, 2012 (2012-12-02) 306 3.9[68]

CeCe picks a fight with Jeremy after she accuses him of changing their Christmas traditions and dislikes how he is changing the family, leading Georgia to break up with him. That night, CeCe has a dream where the ghost of Christmas dance that looks like Rocky appears and escorts CeCe on a dream journey to the past, present, and future. Meanwhile, Flynn wins a hot tub after being the tenth caller on a radio station. Elsewhere, Deuce gets left behind by his family, and instead of going on a vacation to Cabo, he ends up spending Christmas with the Blue family much more to Ty's dismay than to Deuce's.

Song Featured: "Shake Santa Shake" by Zendaya 
55 6 "Home Alone It Up" Joel Zwick Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani December 9, 2012 (2012-12-09) 305 3.2[69]

CeCe convinces Georgia to leave her watching Flynn so she can meet Jeremy's parents after she convinces her that she is "responsible", but when a last minute shoe sale comes up, she puts Rocky in charge even though she is incredibly ill. After CeCe returns from her shopping spree, the house is a complete disaster and Flynn is nowhere to be found. Now, CeCe and Rocky set out to find him before Georgia finds out.

Notes: In the first scene where CeCe and Rocky have the dance battle with DJ's Mix, CeCe has bangs. But for the rest of the episode her bangs have gone. DJ's Mix, winners of Make Your Mark "2012", performed in this episode.

Songs Featured: "Afterparty" by Roshon Fegan and Caroline Sunshine 
56 7 "Oh Brother It Up" Rosario J. Roveto, Jr. Rob Lotterstein January 13, 2013 (2013-01-13) 307 3.3[70]

CeCe and Rocky get a job at Bob's Kabobs, but CeCe is fired by her boss and the manager named Logan (Leo Howard). CeCe finds out that Logan is the son of her mother's boyfriend, Jeremy when Logan shows up to her apartment for Jeremy's birthday celebration unbeknownst that CeCe is the daughter of his dad's girlfriend. During dinner, Jeremy proposes to Georgia and she says yes, so when Logan and CeCe put two and two together, they eventually find out that they will be step-siblings. Meanwhile, Tinka tries to bake the perfect cake for Jeremy.

Note: Logan takes over Tinka's role as CeCe's enemy since she is now friends with her. 
57 8 "Quit It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee January 27, 2013 (2013-01-27) 308 3.4[71]

CeCe must avoid quitting an embarrassing job because Logan thinks she is a quitter. Meanwhile the girls learn some new information about the future of Shake It Up, Chicago!: the new stage has been finished, but they learn they must re-audition to be back in the show. Songs Featured: "This is My Dance Floor" by Zendaya and Bella Thorne

Note: This episode is a cliffhanger of the ninth episode "Ty It Up". 
58 9 "Ty It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn February 17, 2013 (2013-02-17) 309 4.5[72]

CeCe, Rocky and Tinka re-audition for Shake It Up, Chicago!. Ty also auditions to be Tinka's dance partner since Gunther has moved back to the old country. This causes Ty to announce that he actually wants to be on Shake it Up, Chicago!. When the producer announces the list of dancers, CeCe and Tinka both got in, but there was some confusion about whether Rocky or Ty got in. Now it is between Rocky and Ty for the last spot on Shake it Up, Chicago!. In the end, Ty becomes the new host, but Rocky does not get the last spot on Shake It Up, Chicago! anyway because the producer wanted new faces and had already chosen CeCe and Tinka.

Notes: This episode is the continuation of the eighth episode "Quit It Up". The teaser scene of this episode begins with a recap sequence of the first, second and eighth episodes of the season. Ty's new dressing room is supposed to be Gary Wilde's former dressing room, even though in the episode "Throw it Up", Gary's room is shown differently.

Songs Featured: "Bring the Fire" by Ylwa, "The Star I R" by Caroline Sunshine, "Moves Like Magic" by Adam Trent, "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'"- originally by Nancy Sinatra- performed by Olivia Holt 
59 10 "My Fair Librarian It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro Jennifer Glickman February 24, 2013 (2013-02-24) 310 3.7[73]

Carly Rae Jepsen visits Shake It Up, Chicago! and she performs Sweetie. After the intro, a school librarian Ms. Burke (Tyra Banks) falls in love with a fellow teacher Mr. Zigfield (Alfonso Ribeiro, the episode's director) and Rocky and CeCe help her out by giving her a new look. Meanwhile Logan meet Ty and Deuce when Flynn asks them to come and help with his soapbox car; however, Deuce calls Logan cool and Ty becomes jealous. Later, Rocky says the word "dance" and CeCe realizes that she really misses dancing on Shake It Up, Chicago!.

Songs Featured: "Sweetie" by Carly Rae Jepsen, performer of the hit bubblegum pop song "Call Me Maybe".

Special Guest Stars: Carly Rae Jepsen as Herself, Tyra Banks as Ms. Burke, Alfonso Ribeiro as Mr. Zigfield 
60 11 "Clean It Up" Joel Zwick Darin Henry March 10, 2013 (2013-03-10) 311 3.2[74]

CeCe accidentally stains Georgia's wedding dress with tanning lotion. Meanwhile, Rocky tries to get Logan to get along with CeCe by making a deal that if he keeps an open mind about CeCe, she will teach him how to slow dance for Georgia's wedding. During the dance lesson, Rocky "accidentally" kisses Logan, which results in him kissing her back.

Notes: In this episode, Tinka did not appear but she was seen dancing on Shake It Up, Chicago! at the end. Also, Logan takes over Gunther's role as Ty's frenemy in this episode. 
61 12 "I Do It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein March 17, 2013 (2013-03-17) 312 4.5[75]

The night before Georgia's wedding, her ex-husband, J.J., comes to visit to have some quality family time, but things take an unexpected twist when Flynn witnesses Georgia and J.J. kissing. Flynn has no idea if he should speak up or stay quiet. Meanwhile, Logan tries to discuss his relationship with Rocky, but Ty keeps interfering. In the end, Georgia and Jeremy cancel their wedding and Jeremy admitted he had second thoughts about Georgia.

Songs Featured: "I Do" by Drew Seeley

Note: This episode features a parody of the famed JK Wedding Entrance Dance, as the characters are seen dancing down the aisle at the beginning of the wedding ceremony. 
62 13 "Forward and Back It Up" Joel Zwick Jennifer Glickman & Darin Henry March 24, 2013 (2013-03-24) 313 2.7[76]

Rocky saves Phil's life and he happily gives her back her job, but wanting to earn her way, Rocky refuses and decides to re-audition. In the end, Rocky is back on Shake It Up, Chicago!. Meanwhile, Flynn and Deuce run a museum inside Crusty's.

Songs Featured: "I'm Back" by Zendaya 
63 14 "Switch It Up" Joel Zwick Cat Davis & Eddie Quintana April 7, 2013 (2013-04-07) 317 3.3[77]

Tinka accidentally swaps CeCe and Flynn's bodies by an old curse of her Grandma's which Grandma used when she and Gunther used to argue with each other. Meanwhile Rocky tries to kill Ty because he does not put her in the Shake it Up Dance that week. However CeCe is really dreaming all of it. Song featured: "Freaky Freakend" by Coco Jones

Note: This episode was part of Disney Channel's Freaky Freakend. 
64 15 "Love and War It Up" Joel Zwick Jenny Lee April 28, 2013 (2013-04-28) 316 3.1[78]

Now that they're no longer going to be related, Rocky tries to convince CeCe and Logan to get along so that she and Logan can date. CeCe finally agrees to try, but Logan just can't do it. Rocky dumps him, saying she can't date a guy that won't give her best friend a chance. Meanwhile, Flynn and Deuce invite Tinka to be the lead singer in their air guitar band.

Songs featured: "The Same Heart" and "Contagious Love" by Bella Thorne and Zendaya
 
65 16 "In the Bag It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro David Tolentino May 12, 2013 (2013-05-12) 314 2.6[79]

Rocky, CeCe, and Tinka split the cost of renting a designer purse. Meanwhile, Deuce and his dad (George Lopez) play in a bowling tournament, but find out that Dina is on the other team. Plus, Tinka's fashion nemesis Kristin fights with her over who has the best clothes, but Kristin wins and Tinka loses.
Songs featured: "Sharp as a Razor" by the McClain Sisters Note: The bag Rocky, CeCe, and Tinka rent is a real life Reed Krakoff Boxer handbag, available at Saks 5th Avenue

Guest Star: Sammi Hanratty as Kristin 
66 17 "Brain It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani June 2, 2013 (2013-06-02) 315 3.0[80]
When Rocky is removed from her honors classes, she starts to embrace the easier life style. CeCe takes Rocky's place in the honors classes. In the end, Rocky's score is revealed to be a 111 and is put back in her usual classes. CeCe learns to not doubt her and her ability. Due to this, Rocky and Cece are in the same classes.[81] 
67 18 "Opposites Attract It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn June 23, 2013 (2013-06-23) 318 3.4[82]
CeCe goes on a date with a boy called James. After their date, CeCe realizes she might actually like James, but she thinks that he is too smart for her. Meanwhile, Rocky teaches Flynn's class in which the kids hate her and Deuce starts to grow a mustache in which Dina doesn't like.[81] 
68 19 "Psych It Up" Rosario J. Roveto, Jr. Rob Lotterstein July 14, 2013 (2013-07-14) 319 3.4[83]

After James breaks up with her, CeCe visits a psychic, Madame Tiffany, who tells her she's going to meet the love of her life on Wednesday at the corner of Monroe and Michigan's. CeCe is determined to meet the love of her life, but Rocky tells her that psychics are fake and attempts to prove it by giving their classmate, Margie, a fake psychic reading. However, when Rocky's predictions come true, Rocky becomes convinced that she is a true psychic and dubs herself "Madame Raquela". On Wednesday, CeCe meets the "love of her life", a puppy whom she takes home with her. Upset that the love of her life isn't a human, CeCe learns that the puppy (named Taco) is actually a dog owned by a boy named Monroe, whom is visiting from Michigan. Monroe asks her out, and CeCe accepts. Meanwhile, Flynn becomes convinced he is the reincarnation of George Washington after a reading from Madame Tiffany. Song featured: "Holla at the DJ" by Coco Jones

Guest Star: Noah Centineo as Monroe, Yvette Nicole Brown as Madame Tiffany 
69 20 "Future It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro Eileen Conn July 28, 2013 (2013-07-28) 320 3.6[84]

It's 22 years in the future and the groups' 20th high school reunion is just a day away. Rocky and Cece have lost touch 5 to 6 years ago. They are both very successful. Dina and Deuce are expecting their 8th baby. She goes into labor during the reunion and Rocky and Cece help her give birth. She gives birth to a girl with two eyebrows the first in the family. Rocky lives in New York with her husband Mark, an international spy, and their child. Cece is married to Logan and they have one child, L.J. (Logan Jr.). Ty is single and working for Flynn at a video game enterprise, the largest in the world. Tinka is single too and a fashion designer. Ty and Tinka realize they missed each other, and he asks her to marry him to which she happily accepts. Songs featured: "Future Sounds Like Us" by Dove Cameron

Note: Flynn did not appear in this episode. Davis Cleveland (who plays Flynn) appeared as Logan and Cece's son, L.J. 
70 21 "Oui Oui It Up" Alfonso Ribeiro Jenny Lee August 4, 2013 (2013-08-04) 323 3.3[85]
CeCe sets up a house swap with a French family. While Ty meets a beautiful French girl, and Tinka tells him that she's annoying. 
71 22 "My Bitter Sweet 16 It Up" Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein August 25, 2013 (2013-08-25) 325 3.2[86]

Rocky and CeCe decide to make an amazing Sweet 16 party together. But they cannot do what they want to do because their mothers don't agree with their ideas. Marcie's ideas are very outdated and Georgia thinks her daughter's ideas are very flashy and expensive. But when Cece discovers an old video of the 16th birthday of her mother, she gains a completely different perspective of it. Guest Star: Olivia Holt as Young Georgia

Song Featured: "Beat of My Drum" by Zendaya 
72 23 "Stress It Up" Joel Zwick Darin Henry September 15, 2013 (2013-09-15) 322 3.3[87]

When CeCe gets picked to perform a song she wrote on "Shake It Up Chicago," she decides to stop talking all week in order to preserve her voice. Meanwhile, Rocky finally stretches herself too thin at school when she decides she should also add a sport to look good for college applications.

Song Featured: "Ring Ring (Hey Girls)" by Bella Thorne 
73 24 "Loyal It Up" Joel Zwick Eileen Conn September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29) 324 3.0[88]

Gary Wilde returns to announce he is hosting a new dance show – "Dance Factor" – and he wants CeCe, Rocky and Tinka to join the program. CeCe and Tinka promised Rocky that they wouldn't quit Shake It Up Chicago. So they try to get fired from Shake It Up by wrecking the Shake It Up billboard, but then get caught by Phil. Phil later reveals that he was going to be in charge of dance factor, therefore Gary Wilde came back to Shake It Up Meanwhile, Deuce and Flynn panic after learning their favorite snack has been discontinued.

Song Featured: "Blow the System" by Bella Thorne 
74 25 "Haunt It Up" Kimberly McCullough Alison Taylor October 6, 2013 (2013-10-06) 321 3.1[89]

Rocky and CeCe decide they're too old to trick-or-treat and elect to have a "Mature-oween" with more adult activities, such as knitting and watching tear-jerking movies. They soon realize they're just missing out on fun and candy, and scramble to salvage what's left of their Halloween. Meanwhile, tired of being treated like a little kid, Flynn challenges Ty and Deuce to a scare off in an old abandoned house believed to be haunted by a young spirit.

Song Featured: "Let's Get Tricky" by Bella Thorne and Roshon Fegan 
75 26 "Remember Me"[90]
"Remember It Up"[63]
Joel Zwick Rob Lotterstein November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10) 326 3.4[91]

When Shake It Up, Chicago hosts a fashion show with the girls as models, CeCe ends up in a tragic accident which leaves her with amnesia and as Rocky tells her in the hospital that she will be by her side, CeCe doesn't know who she is. Rocky tries everything to make CeCe remember their time together, but CeCe doesn't remember being friends with Rocky and assumes that Tinka is her BFF, leaving Rocky in devastation. After CeCe says something about Deuce, she starts to remember everything. At the end of the episode, they show pictures from each season. Meanwhile, Deuce wants everyone to call him Martin, but Dina doesn't approve.

Song Featured: "Remember Me" by Zendaya

Notes: This is the series finale. This is also the third episode (and the only standard-length episode) whose title doesn't end in "it up", the other two are "Shake It Up, Up & Away" and "Shake It Up: Made in Japan." In several countries, this episode's alternative name is titled "Remember It Up". 

Awards and nominations[change | change source]

Awards
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series Leading Young Actress Bella Thorne Won [92]
Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series Bella Thorne, Zendaya, Davis Cleveland, Adam Irigoyen, Roshon Fegan, Kenton Duty and Caroline Sunshine Nominated [92]
Imagen Award Best Young Actress – Television Bella Thorne Nominated [93]
J-14's Teen Icon Award Iconic TV Actress Bella Thorne Pending [94]
Iconic TV Show Shake It Up Pending [94]

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