Shake It Up! s01e21 Episode Script

Throw It Up

Did these just come out of the oven? They're still warm.
Keep you from getting sick.
We're back in five, four, three, two Welcome back to Shake It Up, Chicago! Don't forget to tune in next week to see international dance crew, the Highlighters! They're coming all the way from England, the country that gave us Harry Potter, fish and chips and probably a bunch of other stuff, but my Internet was down this morning.
And now to dance us out, our very own Shake It Up , Chicago! dancers! And we're clear! Hey, you two.
You really brung it this week.
Brung it? Brought it? Brang it? Whatever, you were good! Next week, you two are getting the spotlight dance.
What? Us? Mmm-hmm.
Mmm, no, no, no, no, no.
We're not ready for that.
You see? This has only been our first year on the show and I really What she means to say is, "Thank you.
" Thank you, thank you! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! We're so excited! Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! Oh, I get it.
Since Gunther has the flu, you had no choice but to give it to the next best dance team, and since they also had the flu, you had to settle for these two wackadoodles.
You know I would be upset, but I'm too busy enjoying the fact that We got the spotlight dance! You didn't! You didn't! We got the spotlight dance! You didn't! You didn't! Sucker! Word.
Everybody, everybody, get out on the floor It can get a little crazy when the kick hits the 4 Make a scene, make a scene, nobody can ignore Don't knock it till you rock it We can't take it no more Bring the lights up, bust the doors down Dust yourself off Shake it up, shake it up DJ set it off, take it up a notch All together now, shake it up, shake it up Sh-sh-sh-shake it up You got to change it up And when you've had enough Sh-sh-sh-shake it up Bring the lights up, bust the doors down All together now, shake it up, shake it up Shake it up Ew! What's wrong with this bacon? It's Turkey bacon.
Turkey bacon? Ugh What, you couldn't find any iguana bacon? Mom is sick.
You'll eat what I give you or nothing at all.
Either way, I'm good.
Morning, kids.
Back off.
I cannot get any germs today.
I have the spotlight dance.
I just can't shake this flu.
I'm so sick I've thrown up everything but my childhood memories.
I'm sorry, Mother, but I cannot take any chances.
I have the spotlight dance today.
Ye honey, I know.
You've mentioned that a thousand times.
One more, and I might need to throw up again.
And you, Flynn, you have a very big day today.
I know.
I've been stretching all week.
Today's the day I'm finally going to bite my own toenails.
All right, okay, slow down, monkey boy.
Just because I'm sick doesn't mean you get to get out of your errands.
And that's why I've hired Deuce to help you get all your stuff done with you.
Errands with Deuce? Yeah.
So, you're the one who's sick and I'm the one who's got to suffer? Okay, so, which one should we wear for the spotlight dance? Definitely the blue.
Let me try this again.
Now which one should we wear for the spotlight dance? Hey, how about we let Gary decide.
Gary? Which one would be better for our spotlight dance? The blue one? Or the purple one with the cute hat? Blue it is.
Yeah, and, uh, you can keep the hat.
Gary, are you okay? I'm fine.
I just have the chills, my nose is stuffed, my throat is sore, my stomach is a mess, and I'm sweating and freezing at the same time.
Oh, good, because I was afraid you were sick.
Gary, go home and get in bed.
I wish, but the Highlighters are booked, it's been premed, we've spent a fortune flying them in, and this is the only time they're available.
Plus, it's our big spotlight dance! Cece, even I'm getting sick of hearing about that dance, and I'm in it.
Oh, who am I kidding? Maybe I should go home and we'll just air a rerun.
I know you guys are disappointed about the spot light dance.
But I don't think I can do it.
I'm too sick.
Too sick? Too sick! Oh, I'm sorry.
But I mistook you as a professional entertainer.
But I guess I was wrong, because professional entertainers know the golden rule of show business.
The show must go on.
But I'm sick! Don't worry.
Go home and rest.
Rocky and I will take care of everything that needs to be done.
All you have to do is come out and host.
But if you mess anything up, you can forget about the spotlight dance.
Don't worry.
Everything will be fine.
Okay, everyone, for the next couple of hours, Rocky and Cece are in charge.
Oh, man, this fever must be really bad.
I thought I just heard someone say Rocky and Cece are in charge.
Whoa! Your mom said no sugar before lunch.
"Before lunch"? This is lunch.
Look, she gave me a list of errands to run with you today.
Uh, we gotta get you a haircut.
Go to the library for a book report.
Boo! Buy new slacks.
Wait, what are slacks? Dress pants.
Boo! Would you stop it? Your mom is paying me.
I'm just trying to do what your mom wants.
You know what? You're all talk.
You're always, like, "Ooh, I'm Deuce.
"I'm a bad boy.
I got connections.
"I got a canned ham in my jacket.
"I'm a big man.
" But it's all bunk! That's right! Bunk! Oh, yeah? Yeah, yeah.
Bam! Canned ham! Nice.
But can you pull a good time out of that jacket? You want a good time? Huh? Okay.
What do you say to blowing off this whole list of errands and going to a Cubs game instead? Bam! I say booyah! Come on! Leave the doughnut.
Are you sure we can do this? What do we know about producing a TV show? Rocky, Rocky, Rocky.
Shake It Up, Chicago! Is a well-oiled machine.
All we have to do is sit back, kick our feet up and let it run itself.
Whoa! Whoa! Wow.
Thank you, Cece.
You really put my mind at ease.
Mommy, is that you? Can I please have pancakes? Are you sure he's going to be able to host the show? He'll be fine.
Everybody knows you start hallucinating right before you get better.
Gary, I made you a "get better" smoothie! One sip of this and he'll be back on his feet in no time.
Pancakes? Yes, Gary, this tastes just like pancakes.
If they were made from goat pancreas, rotten fruit and gerbil spit.
See? Back on his feet.
Now the next hour is crucial.
If he lives, he'll be fine.
By the way, I was speaking with the manager of the top rated, trans-Atlantic dance crew sensation named for the florescent markers that help people study Yeah, the Highlighters.
Go on.
Well, he wants to speak to Gary about needing another three minutes for their performance.
But I told him that Gary is sick and so he would have to talk to the new executive wackadoodles.
Uh "Another three minutes"? Well, if we give the Highlighters three minutes, then something else has gotta go.
I suggest it come from your spotlight dance.
Half of Chicago already has the flu.
Do you really want to make the rest of them sick to their stomachs? Ugh! "Another three minutes"? What a crockpot! Those Highlighters don't deserve the three minutes they have, let alone our three minutes.
Uh, Cece, I think what you mean to say is, "We're really lucky to have them and they're really good.
" "Good"? Yeah.
Well, maybe in England they're jolly good.
But over here in America, they're a C minus.
And trust me, I know all about C minus.
That is exactly how they dance.
So lame! Look, look, watch this.
"Look at me, I'm a Highlighter from England.
"Hello, mate.
Have you seen my kangaroo? "Put another shrimp on the Barbie!" Cece, meet the Highlighters.
Hi, big fan.
Big fan.
Wait Guys, guys, come on, come on, guys! No! Rocky, where are they going? I don't know.
Maybe they just quit or they went to go "put another shrimp on the Barbie!" I cannot believe you messed that up so bad.
Oh! Me? Me? What did I do wrong? You didn't stop me from shooting off my big mouth.
What do you think means? Look.
We have to figure out what to do.
If Gary finds out that the Highlighters quit because of us You.
Then there goes my big spotlight dance.
Our spotlight dance.
Whatever! Well, what are we going to do? Hey, wait a minute.
I think I have an idea.
I know this amazing dance crew from the rec center, and I bet I can get them over here in 20 minutes.
So, your plan is to replace a world famous dance crew with some of your friends from the rec center? Well, yeah.
Gary is totally out of it.
So, all we have to do is tell him that they're the Highlighters, and he'll never know the difference.
That is so underhanded, devious, and manipulative.
Why didn't I think of that? All right, I know these seats are a little far away, but my cousins run this section.
You hungry? Of course, I am.
You wouldn't let me eat my doughnut or the candy I found on the floor of the train.
Yo, Cousin Zino.
Toss me a couple of dogs! Thanks.
Keep 'em coming! Zino! Does he do peanuts, too? Don't be silly.
That's Cousin Choochie's job.
Yo, Choochie! Nut me! Thanks.
And call your ma.
Your Uncle needs you to testify! This is awesome.
Why aren't you living here? I tried it for a week, but I got tired of brushing my teeth with nacho sauce.
Whoa! There's a homer headed right towards us! Ow! My eye! Yo, Cousin Salty! I need an ice pack up here.
Ow! Better make it two! Not you, Zino! Oh! Oh! That's nasty.
It's almost time for the show.
Wake him up.
What? Me? Why don't you do it? Just do it.
You do it.
Fine, we'll both do it! On the count of three.
One, two, three! Gary! Why do I keep falling for that? Whoa.
What's going on? It's almost time for the show.
So tell Rocky and Cece.
I heard Gary put them in charge.
All right.
Plan B.
Grab a leg.
Oh! Whoa! Ouch! Okay, come on, come on.
I'll get him dressed.
And then you just do his pants.
Me? You do his pants.
You do his pants.
You do it.
We'll both do it.
On the count of three.
One, two Oh! Don't even try it.
"It's okay, Gary put us in charge.
"We can handle it.
It's a well-oiled machine!" Tickle, tickle, Mommy.
Tickle, tickle.
Okay, come on.
Just get him up.
Okay, ready? Ready? Ready and go.
Get him up.
Wait, wait! Hold on! Maybe he'd look better in the brown pants.
Cece, he looks fine.
Just let's get his shirt on.
Why don't you just help me pick him up.
On three.
One, two, three.
Oh! Not so nice, is it? We're live in three, two, one Gary.
Gary! We're on the air! Ow! I'm Gary Wilde and this is, um This is, um What is this? Shake It Up, Chicago! I love that show! Man, that was a great game, wasn't it? Yeah, and I got a souvenir to remember it by.
Frankly, I would have preferred a big foam finger! What am I going to do? Oh, calm down.
Don't tell me to calm down! I've got to explain to Mom why I'm coming home with a black eye, and why we didn't get slacks or a book for my report.
I'm dead, unless you've got a cousin with a time machine.
Flynn, relax, you're with Deuce.
I got it covered.
Meet my cousin, Angelo, the tailor.
Bam! Slacks! But what about my book? My cousin, Milton.
He works at the library.
Black sheep of the family.
But what about my shiner? My cousin, Rosalita.
Makeup artist extraordinaire.
Wow, she's good.
Let me get your number, for future pimple purposes.
I'm sorry I ever doubted you.
I bow to your greatness.
Wow, my mom was right.
I did need new pants.
Oh! Hey, Gary, are you feeling better? Yeah, I think I'm getting over this thing.
I'm really sweating a lot though, is it noticeable? Not at all.
Looking good.
We're live in five, four, three, two Welcome back.
I'm Gary Wilde, and this is Shake It Up, Gazpacho! Chicago! Okay, okay.
We're home free if we can just somehow pass off your friends as the Highlighters.
Uh Excuse me, kids, you can't be here right now, because we have a dance crew about to come through.
Um, Cece, this is the dance crew.
Oh, yeah.
In that case, you guys are adorable.
Welcome to the show.
I am so excited to have you guys here.
I just can't wait to see you guys dance.
Excuse me one second.
Just so cute.
Are you nuts? They're little kids! Gary's never going to believe that they're the world famous Highlighters.
What were you thinking? I was thinking that you made our guest dancers quit, so someone had to save our butts.
And, you know what? If you have a better idea, I'd be happy to hear it.
If I had a better idea, I'd be happy to say it.
All the way from England, give it up for the Highlighters! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Let's hear it for the Highlighters! You guys are amazing.
A little shorter than I expected, but amazing.
He actually bought it.
I can't believe we're finally getting our spotlight dance.
Is, uh, is it a little hot back here or is it just me? Hot? I'm freezing.
Wait, now I'm hot.
Wait, now I'm freezing again.
I think we have the flu.
No, we cannot have the flu.
It's time for our spotlight dance.
Oh! What do you think you're doing? Waiting for you to collapse in a heap of germs and illness so that I may take over your spotlight dance.
Don't hold your breath.
Yeah, that's never going to I brought hats.
And now, the spotlight dance of the week with our own, Rocky and Cece! I think I'm still woozy from this flu because suddenly Cece looks just like that blonde, foreign girl.
Hi, Mom, you look like you're feeling better.
Aw, I am, sweetie.
Thank you.
You boys have a good day? Yeah, right, Mom.
Running around doing errands.
Good times.
Well, there was that fun moment when we got shushed at the library.
Oh, yeah.
- Whoo.
- Whoo.
Well, I just laid here on the couch and watched the Cubs game.
And funny thing There was a kid that standed who got a ** ball in his face.
He looks a little like you, Flynn but it couldn't been you because You was getting shushed at the library.
I think she's maybe on to us.
Tell me ** can get me out of this.
If we can make it to the roof top, my cousin **.
- Go! Go! Go! - Hold it.
That flight've been grounded and so of you