No student at Hollywood Arts High School is allowed to perform in any plays or sketches unless they perform a monologue revolving around a bird, and Tori who's no exception to this rule, desperately tries to fine tune her performance any way she can so she can star in a subsequent play that Andre is working on. Meanwhile, Andre and Robbie sign up for ballet class in the hope of meeting girls, only to find out that plenty of other young men at the school had the same idea. Written by
Daniel Timothy Dey
Did You Know?
At the beginning of this episode, when André and Robbie are going down the stairs, you can see André's belt was raised up, but the other scene it doesn't show. However, when they reach the bottom of the stairs, it's raised up again and shown. See more
[Tori rehearses a monologue with a fake southern accent
It was 1934 when my husband left me... alone. Living on the prairie was a dreary existence. No telephone, no radio, only a large majestic bird with whom I shared my feelings. One day when I was feeling low, I said to him, "Oh, bird. You can fly. You can soar miles from this lonley place, and yet you stay. Why?" And apparently, that question rang true, for that afternoon my bird left. And so went my spirit.
Make It Shine
Performed by Victoria Justice
Written by Michael Corcoran, Lukasz Gottwald, and Dan Schneider See more