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"Austin & Ally" follows the exploits of the title characters, polar opposites who combine their talents to try to create a musical tour de force. Austin is an extroverted musician and singer. Ally is a brilliant, but shy, songwriter. Austin and Ally's best friends are Trish and Dez, respectively. Without Ally's knowledge, Austin and Dez "borrow" one of her songs, make a music video out of it and post it on the Internet. The music video catapults Austin into an overnight sensation. But when Trish tries to convince Ally to let people know she wrote the song, Austin pleads with her to write him another song that he can turn into a hit. And that begins their musical collaboration as they try to profit from Austin's newfound fame.

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Austin and Ally find out Lily's dad won't be home for the holidays; they try to bring him home for the perfect gift.
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Trish organizes a Kids Club holiday party where Austin and Ally will perform their original holiday song; Trish puts Dez and his archnemesis, Chuck, through a competition to determine who will be a better Santa for the party.
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The group is inspired to tell their own scary stories after attending the Central Park Spooktacular in New York.
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A power outage traps the four friends in a Sonic Boom on Halloween; they pass the time by trading spooky stories.
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Ally takes on an alias in order to continue to be Austin's song writer.
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Trish becomes jealous when she thinks Ally has a new best friend.
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On a visit to the Smithsonian museum Austin slips on the famous silver shoes from 'The Wizard of Oz' and cannot get them off.
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When Austin is late returning to the tour bus, the gang fears that he is lost and imagine how different their lives would be if they had never met him.
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Ally is torn between continuing to work on her own music, or joining her friends for the last leg of Austin's tour.
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When Austin and Ally are transported to the future, they realize that advanced technology can feel less personal when it comes to song writing.
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Ally, Trish and Dez prepare to join Austin on his first national tour; Ally receives an offer to help launch her own music career.
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Dez and Trish decide to make a movie about Austin and Ally but this stirs up unknown issues in Austin & Ally's musical partnership.
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Austin and Ally attend a birthday celebration for Dez's younger sister, Didi.
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Austin and Ally are asked to be celebrity judges on a singing competition show; Trish and Dez try and create the most impressive fan signs in an effort to be seen on TV.
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Spirit Week at school motivates Austin to join the Varsity basketball team.
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Austin writes a song about a girl but after it becomes a musical sensation, fans begin to question who it's about; Val sues Austin, Ally, Trish and Dez, claiming that the song was stolen from her newest artist.
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When Austin discovers that a man playing guitar for spare change at the mall is one of his old rock' n' roll heroes, he convinces Ally, Trish and Dez to help get the rocker back on his feet to be famous again.
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While the rest of the group is gearing up for the next phase of their lives, Trish is still trying to figure out her next step.
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Years after everyone has gone their separate ways, Trish, Dez, Ally and Austin meet up with each other.
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Trish's boy band client, Boynado, threatens to split up; Austin and Ally help an impersonator find his own voice.
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Someone steals Alley's songbook from the 70's-themed party; her friends try to sniff out the thief and solve the mystery.

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