Bunheads (2012–2013)
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It's Not a Mint 

A nearby fire places Paradise in an evacuation situation at the dance studio. Michelle is reluctantly made co-captain by Bash. The evacuees show up in droves. Ginny is fascinated by Frankie. Talia & Rick get married. Dez and Melanie talk.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ginny Thompson (as Bailey Buntain)
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With Talia preparing to marry Rick, she realizes that she needs a maide of honor & Truly thinks she's the perfect person even though Michelle is the obvious choice. A forest fire breaks out right outside of Paradise & the dance studio is an evacuation center for the East side. With Fanny out of the country, this leaves Michelle to be co-captain. She reluctantly accepts the position but has to work with Bash, a neurotic control freak. As the people star showing up, things get chaotic. Sasha comes home to an open door & isn't sure if there's still someone in there. She gains the courage to go in after Roman shows up to save her. Ginny is fascinated by Frankie & Melanie talks to Dez. Written by Carrie DeCosta

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18 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Sasha Torres: [scream] Roman!
Roman: There is a very large spider in that bathroom.
Sasha Torres: Spider?
Roman: I mean we're talking paleolithic horror type stuff here.
Sasha Torres: Where is my umbrella?
Roman: He took it from me. This is a very serious spider.
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References Edward Scissorhands (1990) See more »


Bunheads Main Theme
Written by Sam Phillips
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Bunheads It's Not a Mint
19 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

All these characters in one room together made for some really awkward scenes but also some really funny ones which made up for these bad scenes. Overall the episode felt average to me because of the many problematic moments. The worst things about the episode was the Hope Springs talk even if I do like that film a lot I did not need the two male characters to keep going on about it. Talia has gotten married and hopefully she leaves the show now as I do not like the character much and especially this week seeing the real talents the actress does not have. Foster once again is best in the episode and comes off even better when put up against characters such as Sebastain who was a character that I hope never comes back to ruin the mood of the show and how it has been going lately. Truly made a funny return to the show with her persistently. The girls problems come up again and now they all seem to be in relationships with Dougie and Melanie together which did not have enough time to be explained. Average episode and with only one more episode of the the season I want to see how it ends and if Fanny comes back or continues not to be in episodes.

EPISODE GRADE: C+ (MVP: Sutton Foster)

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