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A teenaged singer who has lived her whole life in the small town of Collinsville dreams of ways to save the world -- even if it's starting in her own backyard -- as she tackles the challenges of growing up, from bullies to crushes and curfews.

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aired 166 days ago
Worried that Piper might beat her in the Pickle Pageant, Holly must decide between following other people's advice on how to win or being true to herself.
aired 166 days ago
Mayor Flaherty blames the open mic night for the destruction of Farmer Dodge's giant cucumber, prompting Holly and her friends to search for the real culprit.
aired 173 days ago
Holly is jealous when she discovers that Amy and Piper are trying out for cheerleading together, so she tries to sabotage their developing friendship.
aired 173 days ago
After finding out that her grandmother's cafe might have to close for good, Holly attempts to save the beloved family business by hosting an open mic night.
aired 180 days ago
After discovering that Piper and her mom are behind on their rent and will have to move away, Holly goes to extreme measures to help her new friend.
aired 180 days ago
Holly tries to make Amy jealous by bringing Tyler to help paint a mural for the town's bicentennial.
aired 187 days ago
Upset about disappointing her mom and possibly losing her best friend after the birthday party incident, Holly runs away to Chicago with Tyler.
aired 187 days ago
Holly and Piper both plan birthday parties on the same day, and when Piper refuses to change the date of her party Holly attempts to upstage her.
aired 198 days ago
After discovering that the pickle factory's faulty filtration system is contaminating the nearby creek, Holly defies her mother to expose the truth.
aired 198 days ago
As punishment for lying about who destroyed the cucumber, Holly and Robbie are forced to spend their day building a chicken coop for Farmer Dodge.

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