Hannah Montana: Season 2, Episode 18

That's What Friends Are For? (19 Oct. 2007)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Family | Music
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When Jake tells Miley he wants to keep their relationship platonic, Miley convinces herself that she is fine with it and won't be jealous. However, when she discovers that her biggest ... See full summary »

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When Jake tells Miley he wants to keep their relationship platonic, Miley convinces herself that she is fine with it and won't be jealous. However, when she discovers that her biggest competitor, Mikayla, is going to be Jake's new co-star and love interest on his next film, Miley devises a plan to get Mikayla fired off the set. When the plan doesn't succeed, Miley must come to terms with how she wants to handle her new relationship with Jake. Written by Kim

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Jake Ryan: Man, I mean, you don't want to be a couple and when I try to be friends, you almost wreck my movie. What am I going to do with you?
Miley Stewart: I don't know...maybe we should just forget about eachother.
Jake Ryan: Maybe we should!
Miley Stewart: Fine!
Jake Ryan: Fine!
[walks out the door]
Jake Ryan: [comes back in] Ok, this is not working for me.
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Jake is back, so are good plot lines.
20 October 2007 | by (Ankara, Turkey) – See all my reviews

This episode not only is the much-anticipated return of Jake Ryan character to the series, but also is probably the season finale for the second season of Hannah Montana.

That's also an episode which shows very clearly how great an improvement the Jake Ryan story lines and the actor Cody Linley provide for the series. The Hannah - Jake relationship gives more meaning and much-needed non-absurd comic relief. The Mikayla - Hannah rivalry, the relationship of Hannah with other people and things (like the z-phone of the previous episode)don't really offer enough solid ground to the show to go forward. I hope Cody Linley is to be offered a season-long contract this time instead of the traditional "let's do the season finale with you" approach, because he has everything to save the show from going utterly silly and pointless at times.


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