Sup? It's 90Â° out. Why are you wearing all that wool? This isn't wool. It's genuine Alpaca Fleece. My cousin has an Alpaca farm. Feel. Oh. Ooh, fluffy. Trish, you've got to feel Dez's coat. It's like if a cloud and a Teddy Bear had a baby. Touch Dez? Eh, no thanks. Anyway, Ally, I've got some big news. Jimmy Starr wants to meet with you. Why? I thought he didn't want to sign me? Well, I sent him your new song. He just called and said he loved it and wants to talk. He must have changed his mind. I bet he wants to give you a record deal. Trish, I can't believe it. Thank you so much. Just make sure you submit me for the Manager of the Year Award. Here's the application. Actually, I already filled it out. It just needs a stamp. I'm so happy for you, Ally. Group hug. Okay, this must be soft, because I'm actually touching Dez. Told you. When the crowd wants more, I bring on the thunder. 'Cause you've got my back, and I'm not going under. You're my point, you're my guard. You're the perfect chord. And I see our names together on every billboard. We're headed for the top, we've got it on lock. We'll make 'em say "hey!" And we'll keep rockin'. Oh, there's no way I could make it without ya. Do it without ya, be here without ya. It's no fun when you're doing it solo. With you it's like, "whoa". Yeah, and I know. I own this dream. 'Cause I got you with me. There's no way I could make it without ya. Do it without ya, be here without ya. Ally, I love the new song. I'm so happy Trish sent it to me. I don't know if you heard. I'm being nominated for Manager of the Year. Well, I can see why. You sent me a hit song, and I want my newest female artist to sing it. Thank you, Jimmy. This is so unexpected. I don't know what to say. But just off the top of my head, I'd like to thank my manager and my parents who have always been there And here's my newest artist now. - Wait, what? - Hi, daddy. Hang on. Kira's your new artist? Yep. I'm a singer now. And I got signed by my daddy. Ally, I want to buy your song for Kira to sing. So you're not offering me a record deal? Look, Ally, you're very talented. But I still don't think it's a good idea to have Austin, and his songwriter on the same label. Jimmy, I'm glad you like the song, but I can't sell it to you. This isn't about you and me both dating Austin and all that drama, is it? No. That's not it at all. The song is called "Finally Me". It's about Me. I know what this is really about Money. Tell you what. I'm going to write a number down on a piece of paper. Take a look. I don't want to take a look. Just take a look. I don't want to take a look. - Just take - I'll take a look. Oh, whoa. That's a lot of numbers. Deal. Sorry. I'm not selling the song. It's too personal and I want to sing it myself. Come on, Trish. Check it out. I made Ally a singing card to celebrate her signing with Starr Records. Quick, call the party off and dump the decorations. Ally didn't get signed! Hey, guys. Um, hey, Ally. I'm really sorry. I heard what happened. Yeah. I never want to hear the words "record deal" again. Wait, don't! Ally got a record deal! Ally got a record deal! Ally got a record deal. Ally got a record deal! Sorry. Would have been a lot cooler if you had actually got Never mind. Why would Jimmy want to meet with you if he didn't want to sign you? He wanted to buy my new song For Kira. She's Starr Records' newest recording artist. She got signed by her daddy. You know what, Ally? Forget about Starr Records. Yeah. A lot of other labels were interested in you after the last time you performed. Thanks, guys. And hey, I still have my song. I'm glad you didn't give it to Jimmy. You're the only one who should sing it. We're supposed to check out Jimmy's new recording studio tomorrow. I just hope it won't be awkward. Why would it be awkward? Yeah, if anything it'll be humiliating. Having to face the guy who just crushed your dreams Awkward. Oh, you're right. It is kind of awkward. May be a sign that I'm stepping on a landmine. Or that we're not moored on the same shores. Elevator doors. Great job, Sweetie. That's it for today. Hey, guys. Welcome to my new studio. - It's awesome. - It's so cool. Kira, you sounded great. Thanks, Austin. That means a lot coming from you. Maybe we can work together some day. Maybe. I was really hoping I'd get to work with Ally. I'd really like to sing that song Ally wrote at my gig tomorrow night. Kira's first ever gig. I wish I just had that one great song to really put it over the top, Ally. A song that's already been written. Ally. Yeah, I'm not gonna sell you my song. Ally, I hope there are no hard feelings. I know you were hoping for a record deal yesterday. And she's gonna get one, because a lot of people are interested. You're gonna regret not signing her. Just like you're gonna regret putting a "help yourself" sign on the mini-fridge. Guys, look what I got. Mini-fridge. Woo! - Told you. - You might be right, Trish. Now I'm gonna go walk Kira out and put the fridge back where it belongs. Aw. I'll be back in a sec. - See you guys later. - Bye. Whoa, check out this sick equipment. Let's record something. Uh, wait. Are you sure Jimmy's okay with this? He'll be fine. He loves us. Dez, give me some echo. And now batting for the Miami Marlins Austin Moon! Man, everything sounds good with echo. My turn. And the Manager of the Year is Trish De La Rosa! I would like to thank my husband, Taylor Lautner, and my other husband, Ryan Gosling. I got that rock and roll! Yeah, yeah! I'll make you lose control. Yeah, yeah! Because I got what I got Don't you know I got that rock and roll. That sounds great. Let's play it back. Home alone, got my phone hear your ring tone Why are we hearing Kira's song? Austin Moon! And the Manager of the Year is Trish! You know I got that rock and roll On a landmine. Or that we're not moored on the same shores. Elevator doors. Oh no! We recorded over Kira's song! Jimmy's gonna kill us! - I can't believe we erased Kira's song. - What are we gonna do? - Jimmy's gonna be back any minute. - This is terrible. Jimmy's gonna think I did it on purpose because he didn't give me a record deal. That's perfect! We'll tell him that and it'll take the blame off of us. - Hey, guys. - Ally did it! Hey, Jimmy. Great recording studio you got here. Yeah, we've got everything a juice bar, a yoga studio, and the sound quality is amazing. Let me show you. I'll play Kira's track. - That's okay. - I don't like music. - No, you gotta hear this. - But your wife called. She says you have to go home right away. - Why? - Uh - You're out of dog food. - Yeah. We don't have a dog. She got one. That woman. We already talked about this. We have to find a way to replace Kira's track before Jimmy hears it. Didn't Jimmy say there's a yoga studio in here? I know this sounds weird, but Kira sings when she does yoga. Great. So all we have to do is figure out when she's in the yoga studio, hope she sings the song we erased And somehow record it. Exactly! Let's go get our yoga clothes on. Trish, you stay here in case Jimmy comes back. All right. These microphones should pick up Kira's singing. Here she comes. Kira. Crazy running into you here. We didn't know you did yoga from 2:15 to 3:45 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What are you guys doing here? Oh, your dad said we could use the yoga studio. We're really into yoga. Really? When we were dating, you hated going to yoga with me. People change, Kira. People change. So what do you say? Let's uh Yoga. Do you guys know this pose? Ah yes, the old Crouching monkey. It's called "the standing tree". We just like to make up our own names for our poses. We also like to sing while we do yoga. Very subtle. Me too! But I usually only do that when I'm in a really painful pose. It helps me stay focused. Interesting. Can you stay focused doing this pose? I call it "the downward dog near fire hydrant". Uh, never heard of it but I'll try it. Now I can see why you sing. She's not singing. Try a more painful pose. Oh. Now let's do the "lift your leg till it hurts real bad" pose. I bet you can't go higher. Oh yeah? Higher. That's it. Now sing through the pain. Preferably your newest song. Home alone, got my phone hear your ring tone - Can we stop now? - No! We're not quitters. I want to be a quitter! Read your text. Don't know why you're so perplexed. Hey, where's Trish? It was her job to look out for Jimmy. Trish not doing her job? Shocker. Okay. We got Kira's new vocal track on my laptop. I can't believe this is actually gonna work. I can't believe Kira's leg didn't break off. Before we transfer it, let's hear what we got. Home alone, got my phone hear your ring tone. Okay. We got Kira's new vocal track on my laptop. I can't believe this is actually gonna work. I can't believe Kira's leg didn't break off. Oh, I see what happened. I accidentally taped over the new track we recorded. - Crazy, huh? - Dez! Jimmy! I see you guys checked out the yoga studio. - What are you doing back here? - I just came back to mix Kira's song. Now you can finally hear it. - No. - No thanks. Home alone got my phone, hear your ring tone For the Miami Marlins, Austin Moon! And the Manager of the Year is Trish De La Rosa! Don't you know I got that rock and roll On the same shores. Elevator doors. Austin Monica Moon, get back here. Does everyone know my middle name? I can't believe you, Austin! Trying to sabotage my daughter's career. Jimmy, that's not what happened. It was an accident. It was an accident you ruined her song the day after I didn't sign you? Exactly. I'm so glad we cleared up this misunderstanding. Look Jimmy, don't blame Ally. Oh, I won't. I'll blame you. First you break my daughter's heart, now you purposely ruin her first single. You leave me with no choice. But to forgive me? No. To release you from your contract. As of this moment, you are no longer a Starr Records recording artist. Did you guys know there's a basketball court on the roof? Think fast. How's Austin doing? He's learning how to become an electrician. Something about needing a new career. He can't become an electrician. You're telling me. Look what he did to my radio. Did you know that electricity travels at 186,000 miles per second? - Of course. - Don't care. Look, sure this is a setback but That doesn't mean you should give up. I'm not giving up. I'm gonna figure out a way to get you resigned. We should bribe him with cash! Or an Alpaca! - Neither of those will work. - Why? Because he's rich and not an idiot. Well, if that doesn't work, I have my career as an electrician to fall back on. Check out this toaster I fixed. Trish, you've got one minute. Jimmy, I just wanted to thank you for dropping Austin from Starr Records. - Thank me? - Oh yeah. Austin's got so many other offers from other record labels now. But before he signs with one, I figured I'd come down here and give you a chance to admit this was all a misunderstanding and take him back. I don't think this was a misunderstanding and I'm not taking him back. All right. But, when I walk out that door The deal is off the table. Here I go. Walking to the door. Got my hand on the knob. Okay, I was bluffing! You gotta take Austin back. - Can I bribe you? - No. - Why not? - Because I'm rich and not an idiot. - Look, Austin is very talented - So talented. - And I appreciate your loyalty to him - So loyal. But he ruined Kira's track out of spite. I can't work with someone that has so little character. Would an Alpaca change your mind? Kira. Ally, what are you doing here? I'm about to go on stage. I know you think we purposely ruined your track, but it was an innocent mistake. We were playing around and we accidentally recorded over your song. Nobody could be that careless. Well, Dez was there. Anyway. I want you to talk to your dad about giving Austin his record deal back. I know Trish already tried, but I think it would mean more coming from you. Why would I do that? Because I'm going to give you my song. You wanted to sing it tonight, well Now you can. I thought you were never gonna give it away because it was too personal. It is. It's the most personal song I've ever written. It's about how I faced my biggest fear and I wanted to be the one to sing it. But I'm willing to give it up if it'll help Austin get a second chance. Wow. Ally, you'd really do that? Sure. I can always develop another paralyzing fear, overcome it, and write a deeply personal song about it. Look, I need to think about this. I gotta go perform. Ally, you can't give up your song for me. Too late. I already did. You weren't supposed to say anything. Too late. I already did. Thanks, everybody. I'm really excited to be here. I was just given an amazing new song and it's the perfect way to open my show. But I realize there's only one person who should sing it. Ally, will you please come up here and sing your song? Go. I'll talk to my dad about Austin. Thanks, Kira. Hi, everybody. I'm Ally Dawson. There was a time when I never could have imagined myself on stage. But I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for my friends Austin, Trish Just sing the song! This song is called "I'm Finally Me". I've never felt this before. I'm not afraid anymore. Been writing words on a page, because I got so much to say. And now I'm taking the stage. Whoa! I'm getting ready to fly. I know it's my time to shine. Don't care if I make mistakes, I'll do whatever it takes. Because I got so much to say. Whoa! I'm finally me! I got everything I need. What you get is what you see. I I I'm finally me. And I've never felt so free. There's no one else I'm trying to be. I'm finally me. Hey hey, uh-huh! Hey hey, uh-huh! Hey hey, yeah! I'm finally me. You were fantastic. Ally, that was an amazing performance. Thanks. Kira told me what you were willing to do for Austin. Maybe I did overreact about this whole thing. Austin, I want you back at Starr Records. - All right! - Awesome. Jimmy, wait. I don't want you to take me back. Austin, what are you doing? You keep saying you can't sign Ally because you don't want both of us on the same record label. So Take her instead of me. Austin, you don't have to do that for me. You're right. He doesn't. What you both did tonight showed a lot of character. You're exactly the kind of people I want to be in business with. - Are you saying? - Yep. Not only do I want Austin back. But Ally, I want to offer you a deal, too. - Seriously?! - No way! Jimmy, as Austin's manager, I can't tell you how excited we are to be back in business with you. As Ally's manager, I'll get back to you. Trish, what are you doing? We appreciate the offer, but Ally hasn't decided which label she wants to sign with yet. I told you I was gonna set up meetings with other record labels. And I did. Wow, I'm impressed. You really are Manager of the Year. Actually, she messed up on the date, so we didn't get the application in on time. But there's always next year. Kira, thanks for everything. Maybe I can write you another song some day. Thanks Ally. I should probably get back to my concert. - Knock 'em dead. - Woo! Hey, Ally, I videotaped your entire performance so you'll never forget this special moment. Check it out. I've never felt this before Hey, Ally, I videotaped your entire performance so you'll never forget that special moment. Check it out. Man, this is just not my day. Rachel, send in my next meeting. Okay, Dez. What is it? Oh no. Jimmy, have you considered the benefits of owning an Alpaca herd? - Why do I take meetings with you? - These babies are a gold mine. They produce the softest fleece in the world. You could make Alpaca coats, Alpaca gloves, Alpaca underwear Dez, get out. Okay. But once I leave This offer is off the table. I'm walking out the door. - My hand is on the - Just leave! Dez, you forgot something!
cloud and a teddy bear had a baby. Trish: Me touch Dez? Nah. No, thanks. Trish: We're supposed to check out Jimmy's new recording studio tomorrow. I just hope things won't be awkward. Ally: Why would things be awkward? Dez: Yeah, if anything, it'll be humiliating. Having to face the guy who just crushed your dreams--awkward! Oh, you're right, it is kind of awkward. Austin: Kira, you sounded great. Kira: Thanks, Austin. That means a lot coming from you. Austin: [he shrugs] Maybe we could work together some day. Kira: Maybe. I was really hoping I'd get to work with Ally. I'd really like to sing that song Ally wrote at my gig tomorrow night. Jimmy: Kira's first ever gig. Kira: I just wish I had that one great song to really put it over the top, Al-ly. A song that's already been written, Al-ly. Ally: Yeah, I'm not going to sell you my song. Jimmy: Austin Monica Moon, get back here! Austin: Does everyone know my middle name? Austin: Ally! You can't give up your song for me. Ally: Too late. I already did. Jimmy: Austin, I want you back to Starr Records. [Everyone gets happy, except Austin] Austin: Jimmy, wait. I don't want you take me back. Trish: [laughs nervously] Austin, what are you doing? [gives him a look] Austin: You keep saying, that you can't sign Ally, 'cause you don't want us in the same record label. So... take her instead of me. Ally: Austin, you don't have to do that for me.