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Best friends Paige and Frankie put their talents to use while making video blogs for their online comedy channel. Upon reaching 10,000 subscribers for their comedic music videos, the friends are invited to produce their videos at Vuuugle Studios, an influential entity in the industry. There, they continue their quest to reach the top of the blogosphere. Together, with longtime friend Bernie and fellow Vuuugle stars Dirk and Amelia, the girls embark on a series of comedic adventures in hopes of becoming even bigger online celebrities.

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Bernie gets bummed about not being invited to the Vuuugler-only holiday party, so the gang tries to turn him into an overnight online star so that he can attend, too.
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Paige invites some deserving kids to Vuugle to celebrate the Christmas holidays, but it will take the whole team to get holiday-averse Liam to join in.
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Paige and Frankie, along with their fellow video-blogging buddies, create a series of zany holiday-themed sketches and fun videos.
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Paige and Frankie, along with fellow Vuuglers Victor and Dirk, are selected to participate in a popular Web series reality competition; Bernie attempts to impress Amelia with his suave moves.
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After Frankie starts doing poorly in school, her father decides that she can't work on Bizaardvark.
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The group is forced to put on an entire musical about softball in order to save face with Dirk.
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When Frankie declares a girl at their school is a bad person, Paige sets out to prove her wrong.
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Frankie goes to extreme lengths to throw Paige an unforgettable birthday party, including tricking social media star Lilly Singh into attending the event.
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When the girls realize that the most popular videos on the internet don't require much thought, they decide to make a silly video of their own about a moose named "Moosetashio."
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Frankie learns that she did not pass chemistry and will have to attend summer school.
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Amelia wants to spend more time with her little sister Willow, but quickly realizes they have nothing in common; Frankie tries to convince Bernie she would be the perfect "house villain" for his new channel.
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When Paige and Frankie learn Vuuglers get into feuds for publicity or subscribers, they decide to start a fake feud with 13-year-old MMA fighter Vicki "Thunder Foot" Fuego; their idea doesn't go according to plan.
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Paige has mixed feelings when her mother hires her and Frankie to sing while they wait tables at the family restaurant; Dirk becomes trapped in his lair in an avalanche of props.
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Paige and Frankie learn their favorite entertainment show will be doing a piece on the Vuuugle Summer House.
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Paige and Frankie try to prove they are not the moms of the house; Willow suggests Amelia try something new with her channel.
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Paige's childhood best friend, Izzy, comes to town; Paige becomes envious of how well Frankie and Izzy hit it off and starts to feel like a third wheel.
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Paige and Frankie try to help Bernie sign additional clients and arrange meetings for the agent to win over several animal acts, including internet sensation Grumpy Cat.
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When Paige and Frankie hit a writing slump and other bad things start happening to them, Paige begins to think they are cursed; Amelia and Dirk are at odds when the lifestyle Diva declutters the Dare Lair.
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Amelia's little sister comes to visit the Vuuugle House; when the pingpong table is broken, the house is divided into Team Air Hockey vs. Team Pinball.
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Paige, Frankie, Bernie and Amelia learn that they have been chosen to spend the summer at the Vuuugle House.
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The annual beauty convention Pretty-Con comes to Vuuugle and Amelia obsesses with beating out a beauty guru for the Golden Powder Puff Award; Paige and Frankie agree to help so they can meet the host and debut their music video.

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