Miley falls for rich kid Trey. His parents are snobs, and Miley almost gives away her secret identity while trying to impress them.



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Episode credited cast:
Oliver Oken (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeanette Harris
William Harris
Michael McShae ...
Trey Harris
Woman (as Jillian Reeves de Ortiz)
Scarlet Rowe


Miley falls for rich kid Trey. His parents are snobs, and Miley almost gives away her secret identity while trying to impress them.

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Comedy | Family | Music


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31 August 2008 (USA)  »

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Exceptionally rude
31 May 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Being rude is funny, up to a limit. But being extremely rude isn't humorous. It gets irritating. This episode has a number of snide, snooty comments that during the end, I was extremely red at Miley. Miley is a good actress but her roles are often to over wise. Many a times, I get so irritated when the kids on Disney are shown to be wiser than the parents. This show, during the end, showed Miley handling the problem herself, which is good, but the way she handled it, by insulting the parents of her boy friend in front of him made me really furious. And the worst part is that the boy was enjoying his parents being insulted in the end. I mean, even if I had a snooty or stringent parent, I wouldn't be able to tolerate him or her being bullied or insulted by anyone, especially a girl who must be one third their age.

The beginning of the show, especially the part where Miley meets the boy was so predictable. Its like every single time, she mocks someone in front of his or her relative unknowingly. It was so obvious that the boy was the son of the rich couple. There were some genuinely funny jokes, like the one where Rico is pushed off the cliff while trying to advertise his product during someone else's speech.

I did not understand why were the parents rude to Miley. I mean, okay, she's country, then too I didn't find any reason for them to be so rude and mock her. Instead, they shouldv'e shown the guy's sister who ridicules her of being country not the parents. I haven't seen such parents anywhere, its only on Disney that parents have to be bad or wrong or absurd and children are the smart ones. I mean, I'm 15 and I don't keep taking all the decisions for the family, its looks so odd.

Jackson and Robby were funny though silly at times. I really like the way Jackson acts as it is very natural. Robby, on the other hand, seems horrible whenever he makes faces. I mean, he should stick to his wooden self. It gets irritating when he tries to laugh or cry because he isn't even that good an actor.

I have already told you why I hated the end. So, overall, it was just another episode of the show, nothing that special. 5 out of 10.

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