Hannah Montana (2006–2011)
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You Gotta Not Fight for Your Right to Party 

Jackson and Miley get grounded for fighting and bickering over sharing Miley's bathroom because of an incident that happened earlier that morning.Leading them to miss their social events. ... See full summary »

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(as Jody Margolin)

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Plumber (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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Jackson and Miley get grounded for fighting and bickering over sharing Miley's bathroom because of an incident that happened earlier that morning.Leading them to miss their social events. With that being so, they force Lilly and Oliver to pretend to them so Robbie Ray will know that they are there. Their plans do not go the way they plan. Written by Theairkiser210

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Comedy | Family | Music

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4 May 2007 (USA)  »

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The title references the song "You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Party" by Beastie Boys. See more »

Goofs

After Miley says, "I don't know about you but I feel much, much better," when she is mimicking Jackson, her facial expression changes between shots too fast to be humanly possible. See more »

Quotes

Robbie Stewart: Why dont you read it, see how it sounds?
Lilly Truscott: "Dear Lilly and Oliver", Oh boy.
Robbie Stewart: Keep reading, it gets better
Lilly Truscott: "How dumb do ya'll think I am?
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Lilly Truscott: "Love, Robbie Ray".
Lilly Truscott: I like the love part.
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References Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) See more »

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Attitude Montana
3 January 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Its so great that the second season of Hannah Montanna is being aired in India. I got agitated because of no new shows and watching the same shows again and again. The Tatasky connection which my father bought allowed me to change the language to English as in India, with the normal cable television, all these shows used to only come in Hindi.

Now I can decipher why some of the episodes that I loved was'not liked by others. In English, the actual language they are speaking in, you can really know how their acting is. For example, in Hindi, Miley's voice is sweet and soft actually. I saw a clip on the internet in English and heard her voice. Still, in the main review of the show, I told that I liked her unique voice.

But after it aired in English on the television due to the special connection, I really took a while to adopt to her jarring and unpleasant voice. It was a bit irritating in the beginning as i found the voice ringing. But later, i coped up and started getting used to her voice.

By this episode, I have already seen many episodes in English before and therefore, I have no problem when she speaks. But in this episode, she is so loud, rude and over-the-top that i did not like her in many of the scenes.

I have seen brother and sister rivalry ( I have a younger sibling of my own) but no other show defines the brother-sister bickering as Lizzie Mcguire does. I apologize for giving it a moderate review as I gave that review based on the Hindi version. Then comes That So Raven and then The Suite Life Of Zack And Cody.

I hated the way Phil of the future showed the fake looking rivalry between Phil and Pim. In Hannah Montanna, I like the relationship shown between the two sometimes. But in this episode, I really felt that the bickering between the two looked fake and silly. I mean, which brother would use his sister's bra to keep the soap? Normally, a brother would hate to touch his sister's inner wear.

Plus, I found the bickering a way too much. No one fights like that. It looks as if it is just shown for the sake of showing rivalry between them. Another thing I hated was the rude comments by Hannah Montanna. The script writers should take notice of not making the lines offensive. Like when Miley tells her brother, " I have millions of fans that would cry or something like that blah blah blah.... who would care if you die. Your teachers would party blah blah blah!" That was rude.

And the third thing i didn't like was Miley's overacting in some of the parts. Like when she shouts, "Daddy" and the bathroom scene where is is getting irritated at her brother.

The reason why I gave it a six is that the humor isn't that bad. I'm sorry I criticized Jackson in my main review, again because I gave that review after watching some episodes in Hindi, as he is in top notch. In fact, he is one of the funniest characters on the show and this episode with great acting skills. Lilly, Robby and Oliver too were good but didn't really have much to do.

Overall, it is a good episode but can be seen only to get some laughs and not for watching the meaning of brother-sister rivalry and their patching up. 6 out of 10.


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