Hannah Montana (2006–2011)
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You're So Vain, You Probably Think This Zit Is About You 

Hannah Montana becomes the "poster child" for Magic Glo skin care. But when she catches a glimpse of the billboard, there's a tomato sized zit on her forehead. Lilly's dog eats her contacts, so she has to wear glasses.

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(as Chip Hurd)

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Hannah Montana becomes the "poster child" for Magic Glo skin care. But when she catches a glimpse of the billboard, there's a tomato sized zit on her forehead. Lilly's dog eats her contacts, so she has to wear glasses.

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Comedy | Family | Music

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12 August 2006 (USA)  »

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The title references a line from the song "You're so Vain" by Carly Simon. See more »

Goofs

At the beach, when Lilly puts her back-up glasses on for the second time, Miley's right braid jumps from behind her shoulder to in front of her shoulder. See more »

Quotes

Miley Stewart: Looks don't matter.
Lilly Truscott: Easy for you to say. You're the poster child for perfect skin.
Miley Stewart: This isn't about me. Or my perfect skin.
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References The Elephant Man (1980) See more »

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This is the Life
Written by Jeannie Lurie and Shari Short
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Why worry that much about a zit?
24 December 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I have watched this episode about four-five times and have wondered, "Why the heck is Miley so much worried about her zit/pimple when she knows that it is an ad campaign for a zit-vanishing product and her ad would be so much more understandable if she is shown to have a zit and utter the words 'Even I have zits'?" because I felt very odd when Miley tried her best in covering up that zit.

Suppose I work for an ad that highlights the way to remove for example, stretch marks, I will show as if a lady has stretch marks in the first part of the ad and after applying the cream, I'll show as if her stretch marks have disappeared. The ad would be futile if I show a woman without stretch marks applying the cream/ lotion!

In the same way, if Miley's ad requires her to be shown having a zit on her face, why does she have to crib over it so much? Lily getting embarrassed about her glasses is more understandable as she didn't have to play it for an ad or a film. But Miley's worrying about her zit for the ad was a waste of time. I really felt stupid when at last, she was explaining people about not worrying about their handicap and do what they want to do. They could've given any other example, like Miley losing her teeth accidentally and then she would've to appear for a photo shoot.

There were some good gags in this episode but some of them were just loud. The Jackson side-story was hilarious at first but at the end, where he tricks Rico, it was really unfunny.

Overall, it was a good episode but none the best from the show. A better script would've worked better. 6 out of 10.


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