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There's Nothing Worse Than a Pantsuit 

Sasha and Roman officially start dating. With Sasha and Boo in relationships, Ginny feels left out. She tries out for the school play. Michelle & Milly have to work out the permits for the amphitheater. Talia visits Michelle with big news.

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Sasha and Roman officially start dating. With Sasha and Boo in relationships, Ginny feels left out. She tries out for the school play. Michelle & Milly have to work out the permits for the amphitheater. Talia visits Michelle with big news.

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Milly Stone: [to Michelle] Always, always call me! The minute anything happens that can't be answered by reading a Judy Blume novel, call me!
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References Basic Instinct (1992) See more »

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It's a Perfect Relationship
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(from "Bells Are Ringing")
Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Sung by Bailey De Young and Sutton Foster
Performed while Michelle coaches Ginny for her audition
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Bunheads There's Nothing Worse Than a Pantsuit
12 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The chance to hear Foster sing in any medium is always a delight and even though her performance was quite short she just belongs to sing Broadway songs and if I was the actress playing Ginny I would be so happy to watch Sutton perform. Anyway the episode had it's funny moments especially involving the constant mockery of the pantsuit. Michelle as a character always works best with people from paradise but when they keep bringing Talia back I just do not care for the character or the actress playing her. The girls and their boyfriends is just boring and bringing them all together at the lunch scenes did not play well for me. Focusing on Ginny was nice especially since I feel the character has been written as one note in the past. Her with Frankie is not a good coupling but I want to see what the direction the show is taking. Milly only being introduced lately has made a big impression especially for how funny and outrageous of a character she is. Still with it's negatives the episode was good to watch.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Sutton Foster)


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