Tori is broke, and to earn some money, she agrees to help out Andre at his part time job with a special delivery of frozen berry balls. That is a decision she regrets once she gets there. Meanwhile, Cat is certain that Robbie is going to ask her to the Cow-Wow dance, so she tries to avoid him. But it turns out Robbie already has a date to the dance, and when Cat hears that, she suddenly gets jealous.
Mason Thornesmith, head of a huge record company and producer of the Platinum Music Awards, is back to guest lecture at Hollywood Arts. He notices Robbie and Rex, and asks him to come by his office. Robbie goes in belief that he is there because of his music career, but it turns out Mason only wants him there so he can buy Rex for his son. Robbie is conflicted about what to do. Meanwhile, the gang set out to find a masked person who constantly throws flour in people's faces.
Andre's grandmother is bothering him while he writes songs, so he goes over to Tori to sleep over and do it there. However, they have a fallout when Andre plays the piano until early morning, leaving Tori with almost no sleep, and also takes himself freedoms under her roof without asking permission. Meanwhile, Jade gets a hard time from fellow students because she picked her nose.
Tori gets picked to be a team captain on the new TV game show "Brain Squeezers", that none of her friends have even heard of. That doesn't mean each and every one of them won't do everything to convince her that they are the best pick for her team. However, when the gang gets there, it turns out they didn't know what they were actually signing up for.
Tori is about to sing the national anthem at a local basketball event. When she frequently gets reminded that it would be embarrassing if she sings it wrong, she begins to fear that she will do exactly that. Meanwhile, Robbie and Jade sense that something is wrong with Cat, who acts weird, and they try to find out why.