Hannah Montana: Season 3, Episode 2

Ready, Set, Don't Drive (9 Nov. 2008)

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Miley fails her driving test, so she disguises herself as Hannah Montana in order to acquire her license, but things turn out worse than she hoped when she gets caught by the police.



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Miley fails her driving test, so she disguises herself as Hannah Montana in order to acquire her license, but things turn out worse than she hoped when she gets caught by the police.

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What a (bad) way to start season three!
10 April 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Wasn't Miley loud already that the show had to make her even louder and more annoying? The plot is nothing so new as it has been done a lot many times. As Miley could not get through the driving test, she disguises as Hannah and gets caught. Hasn't she done this in numerous other episodes, that is dressing up as Hannah to get benefits?

Lily too wasn't so funny which is surprising. The show has gone louder with silly camera zooms and angles that look childish. Robby Ray is expressionless as usual. I especially found the opening scene very silly and unfunny. Oliver was annoying with his loud behavior. Jackson was okay but couldn't do much to save this episode from being horrible. The worst is Rico who is getting unnecessary space in the show. The policeman scene was scene in That so Raven and Suite Life On deck. I could not stand the young brat of a girl that the policeman's daughter was. Miley revealed her secret to the girl as if she had no brains that it could even affect her whole life if the daughter or the policeman would let the cat out of the bag to anyone. 1 out of 10 for this car crash.

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