|“||I'm not sure we can cocoon this one.||”|
With new members in place, A-Troupe fund-raises to buy designer uniforms.
Kate notifies A-Troupe that their names have been submitted to the Nationals board, meaning that their team is official and that there can be no substitutions. A couple of West's tap-dancing friends proceed to dance for the troupe. Giselle confesses that every so often, a troupe member brings in dancers to introduce something new to the troupe. After the performance, Michelle approaches Eldon about how excited she is that they will be going to Nationals together. She hugs him, much to Eldon's discomfort, as he knows that they cannot be together due to him losing the dance battle against Hunter. Suddenly, two odd men arrive and begin measuring Eldon and Michelle. Emily asks them who they are, but they sidetrack the conversation. James begins laughing and is called out by the men who peg him perfectly as the "Don't even worry about it" type of guy.
The men are revealed to be fashion designers named Zoltan and Minnow who will be making the troupe's tracksuits for Nationals. As they present their designs, Michelle tries to talk to Eldon, but he gives her the cold shoulder. When the design is picked, Zoltan and Minnow give Kate the bill which she remarks is "huge."
At Culture Shock, Riley and Emily fill Stephanie and Tiffany in on the occurrences in A-Troupe, which only assists in making the two miss being in A-Troupe and feel left out. Later, Kate reveals that the cost of the uniforms is a steep price of $78,325.19. The team, knowing that they will be unable to afford it without some form of financial aid, comes up with an idea to have a car wash.
At the car wash, A-Troupe only raises $27, including a $5 tip from Deborah. Later, Zoltan and Minnow enter the studio, with the troupe wishing to tell them that they are unable to afford the uniforms. Simultaneously, Zoltan gets a call on his cellphone saying that the models for his and Minnow's fashion show are stuck in Milan and will not make it in time. Getting an idea, Michelle suggests that A-Troupe fill in for the missing models with the re-payment of having free uniforms.
Later, Stephanie comes into practice late and Tiffany nags at her once again. Stephanie pulls her aside and tells her she needs to make the best out of being in B-Troupe, and Tiffany doubts that she can even stay at the studio.
A-Troupe thinks that they are ready to model for the fashion show, until West attempts to walk on the catwalk and is immediately shut down by Zoltan. Zoltan explains the rules of modelling, and the dancers realize that it will be harder than they initially thought. The fashion show begins, and despite their inexperience, A-Troupe pulls themselves together.
In the end, Zoltan and Minow make them their uniforms for Nationals. Once receiving them, A-Troupe tries them on and dances around in them to celebrate.
- Tiffany might be leaving the studio.
- Kate having submitted the list of names and emphasizing that there will be no substitutions comes into play in "Danger Zone."
- The fact that Daniel isn't in this episode (and is therefore not seen with the A-Troupe uniform) greatly foreshadows his exit from the studio in "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better."
Cultural References Edit
- The title refers to a song of the same name by Missy Elliot.
- Victoria Baldesarra as Michelle
- Alexandra Beaton as Emily
- Brittany Raymond as Riley
- Trevor Tordjman as James
- Isaac Lupien as Eldon
- Lamar Johnson as West
- Taveeta Szymanowicz as Thalia
- Jennifer Pappas as Chloe
- Bree Wasylenko as Kate
- Jordan Clark as Giselle
- Zac Vran as Hunter
- Natalie Krill as Phoebe
- Logan Fabbro as Amanda
- Samantha Grecchi as Stephanie
- Tamina Pollack-Paris as Tiffany
- Megan Mackenzie as Beth
- Robbie Graham-Kuntz as Charlie
- Megan Moniz as Sarah
- Matt Folliot as Minnow
- Miguel Rivas as Zoltan
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