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"Bunheads" tells the fish-out-of-water story of Michelle Simms, a once-promising classically trained professional dancer who was drawn to the lights of Las Vegas, where she became a showgirl. After she impulsively marries her persistent suitor, she moves to his sleepy California coastal town, where he lives with his mother, Fanny, herself a former dancer. Fanny now runs a local dance studio. Michelle ends up bonding with some of Fanny's students after meeting them. Among the students are sweet Boo, who struggles with her body type; rebellious Sasha, who has the talent to be a ballet dancer but doesn't have her heart in it because of family issues; shapely Ginny, who's not comfortable in her own skin; and fun-loving Melanie, ready for whatever life throws at her. The students benefit from Michelle's knowledge, but she also benefits from them as they help her adapt to small-town life.

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Michelle travels to Hollywood to audition for a Broadway musical; Fanny and Scotty return; Sasha thinks the girls should take their relationships with their boyfriends to the next level.
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Michelle and Bash turn the dance studio into an evacuation center when a nearby fire threatens the town; Sasha and Roman grow closer.
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Michelle and Milly battle the town preservation society for the new amphitheater; Sasha and Roman go public with their relationship; Talia reveals big news.
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Milly offers unwelcome opinions on Fanny's dance recital; Michelle and her brother have an unexpected encounter during a road trip; Sasha holds a housewarming party.
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Michelle's brother, Scotty, visits following another failed marriage; Ginny feels abandoned after Melanie develops an interest in roller derby; child-care duties keep Boo and Carl busy.
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Michelle and Fanny attempt to drum up some much-needed income; the girls continue to be enchanted by the new students.
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Truly is evicted from her shop; Carl insists that Boo meet his parents; Talia sets Michelle up on a blind date; the girls are intrigued by two talented young newcomers.
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Michelle works as a magician's assistant; the dance studio is closed down; Ginny takes over her mother's business; Melanie cares for her grandfather; Boo helps to take care of her little brother; Sasha returns.
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Michelle and Fanny grow closer as they prepare for the ballet's annual summer performance; Boo works up the nerve to go after a boy.
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Michelle clashes with an award-winning barista; Melanie tries to learn the cause of Ginny's strange behavior; the ballet class suffers as Fanny and Sasha's standoff continues.
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Michelle learns that Fanny has a long-distance boyfriend; Fanny gives Boo a coveted role in an upcoming performance after Sasha acts up.
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Michelle tries to keep the dance studio running smoothly in Fanny's absence, but flooded dressing rooms lead to a more serious problem when the girls begin changing for class in Michelle's home.
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Michelle's pal visits to help her celebrate her birthday, but their festive plans get sidelined when Fanny takes off and leaves Michelle in charge of her dance classes. Meanwhile, the girls sneak into an R-rated movie.
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Michelle learns more about Fanny's financial difficulties; the girls become jealous over Boo's relationship with an attractive bartender.
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Michelle seeks a new living arrangement to distance herself from her mother-in-law; Fanny attempts to keep a ballet company from moving their summer program to another city.
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Fanny receives shocking news from her attorney; Hubbell's car breaks down, landing Michelle in the driveway of a local recluse; young dancers take part in an "ugliest feet" competition.
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An unexpected occurrence puts Michelle at odds with her new mother-in-law; Fanny's students prove to be an inspiration.
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Tired with her career as a Las Vegas showgirl, a woman starts life anew by impulsively marrying a man and moving to his sleepy coastal town.

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