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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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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 kick off spring break creating a variety of fun videos with their buddies and other fan-favorite video bloggers.
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Paige and Frankie's plans to kick Principal Karen out of Bizaardvark are derailed when Liam invites her to be a temporary chaperone for the Vuuugle beach house.
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When Bernie and Zane ask Paige and Frankie to give them feedback on their magic tricks, the girls decide to put their opposing views to the test.
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After Red and Grandma's wedding, Liam informs everyone he must sell the Vuuugle house to pay off his debts; Paige and Frankie are offered their own TV show in New York.
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Awkward elder romance is in the air when Bernie's Grandma Roz meets Amelia and Willow's dad, Red; Frankie's driving skills are less than impressive.
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Zane and Rodney ask Paige and Frankie to come to talk to their class in hopes of impressing a couple of girls.
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Frankie tries her hand at stand-up at the urging of Paige; in a strange turn of events, the best friends end up in a roast battle against one another.
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When Paige gets kicked out of Sierra High's a cappella group, Paige and Frankie start their own a cappella group.
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An "Ask Us Whatever" segment on the Bizaardvark channel ends up backfiring when Paige and Frankie give poor advice to a viewer.
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Bernie is stressed out when he learns that his older, "more accomplished" cousin Ernie is visiting the Vuuugle House.
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When Horse Face Guy's latest dance video goes viral, Paige and Frankie urge him to reveal his identity to the world.
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Paige and Willow sell homemade granola at the local farmers market; Bernie and Frankie try to return a cellphone to its angry owner.
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Paige suggests Bernie, Zane and Rodney form a band in order to relieve tensions in the house.
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Paige and Frankie realize they can use Willow's cuteness to get their chores done around the house.
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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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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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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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