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Big Time Break-Up 

The relationship between Kendall and Jo due to Jo's pending decision to go to New Zealand for three years to make a movie.

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James Diamond
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Carlos Garcia (as Carlos Pena Jr.)
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Logan Mitchell
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Katie Knight
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Kelly Wainwright
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Gustavo Rocque
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Selana
Linda Cevallos ...
Selana's Manager
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Mumbo
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Waiter
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Limo Driver (as Michael A. Carlucci)
Rick Kent ...
Businessman
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TSA Agent (as Nikea Tanisha Gamby-Turner)
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Storyline

At the beginning of the episode, Jo is sitting on a chair, while Kendall, Carlos, Logan, and James are sitting on the couch. We learn that Jo is awaiting a phone call from her agent to let her know if she got a part in a movie. However, it is discovered that the movie will be shooting for three years and she will have to move to New Zealand for that time. Because of this, Jo at first turns down the movie so she can stay with Kendall. However, Kendall discovers this and attempts to be extremely disgusting to get her to break up with him. She eventually does on their dinner date. Jo finds out that he was being disgusting to get her to break up with her. The two share emotional goodbye together, ending in one of their famous good bye kisses. One of the subplots in the episodes is Kelly's and Logan's attempts to get Carlos to get rid of his helmet. In the end the three agree that Carlos will not wear it during Photo shoots or at the Dinner Table. The second subplot is James having a three... Written by Jo Marriot

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Comedy | Family | Musical

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TV-G
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Release Date:

25 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Quotes

Kendall Knight: This is a once in a lifetime Opportunity.
Jo Taylor: What if you only come once in a lifetime?
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Soundtracks

Brahm's Lullaby
(uncredited)
Written by Johannes Brahms
Performed by Achim von Arnim, Clemens Brentano, and Georg Scherer
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