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At the Edge of the Worlds 

Payson continues training to give Sasha credibility. But the board disapproves his coaching of the girls. Ellen replaces him. Kaylie refuses to listen to Austin. Emily's law-breaking threatens her training. All just under the World Trials.

Director:

Chris Grismer

Writers:

Holly Sorensen (creator), Kerry Lenhart | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chelsea Hobbs ... Emily Kmetko
Ayla Kell ... Payson Keeler
Josie Loren ... Kaylie Cruz
Cassandra Scerbo ... Lauren Tanner (as Cassie Scerbo)
Susan Ward ... Chloe Kmetko
Candace Cameron Bure ... Summer Van Horne
Peri Gilpin ... Kim Keeler
Neil Jackson ... Sasha Beloff
Johnny Pacar ... Damon Young
Rosa Blasi ... Ronnie Cruz
Michelle Clunie ... Ellen Beals
Zane Holtz ... Austin Tucker
Bela Karolyi ... Dmitri Beloff
Jason Manuel Olazabal ... Alex Cruz (as Jason Manuel Olazábal)
William Russ ... Walter
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Storyline

Payson continues training to give Sasha credibility. But the board disapproves his coaching of the girls. Ellen replaces him. Kaylie refuses to listen to Austin. Emily's law-breaking threatens her training. All just under the World Trials.

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Genres:

Drama | Sport

Certificate:

TV-14
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Details

Release Date:

31 August 2010 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

ABC Family See more »
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Quotes

Lauren Tanner: [after learning that Payson has kissed their coach, Sasha] So, is Sasha a good kisser?
Payson Keeler: Yes. In fact he's such a good kisser that we're going to elope. I'm moving into the Airstream. If it's a boy we'll name it Sasha Jr.
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Soundtracks

Somebody Said That You Loved Me
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Performed by Blue Sky Blackout
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