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"Road Trips & Reunions" is the first episode of Season 3 of Austin & Ally and After doing favors for the Buttercups, Lulu lets Austin use his phone, and he arranges to go to Washington and meet up with them. . Recurring Cast Even though this was the Season 3 premiere there was no change to the theme song video. The cast had their final table read of Austin & Ally on April 13, and 4 crossovers (Jessie, K.C. Undercover, I Didn't Do It, and Girl Meets World). also makes Austin & Ally the third Disney Channel Original Series to alter it's theme song. Austin & Ally is an American comedy television series created by Kevin Kopelow and Heath Opening theme, "Can't Do It Without You" . Main. The main characters, from left to right: Trish, Austin Moon, Ally Dawson, and Dez. . Cameron Deane Stewart as Jace, a boy who Trish met when she was on tour and Trish's.
After becoming an overnight Internet sensation by performing a song he overheard Ally singing, Ally tracks him down to confront him for theft, but they eventually become friends instead and decide to form a musical partnership.
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His partnership with Ally is initially built on the idea that "he rocks; she writes". Ally is a brilliant songwriter, but is too timid to perform her own music, while Austin loves to perform, but is unable to write songs for himself. Their radically different personalities tend to clash early on, though they find they're much more alike than they think as their friendship develops, leading to an on-again, off-again romance starting in the second season.
In the third season, they begin to date again and are found in a healthy, secure relationship throughout the fourth season. Austin's best friend is Dez, who directs and films all of his music videos, and his manager is Trish.
In the series finale, it is revealed that Austin is married to Ally and they have two children named Alex and Ava. Laura Marano as Ally Dawson, a smart girl and a singer-songwriter with severe stage fright and a quiet, shy personality. Ally's father ran a music store and that's where Ally learned to love music and writing songs.
She originally wrote for herself, but after Austin accidentally stole one of her songs and became an Internet sensation as a result, she and her best friend, Trish, track him down, and she eventually becomes his musical partner and songwriter. Her partnership with Austin is initially built on the idea that "she writes; he rocks".
She gives music lessons and teaches students about being a performer at the Music Factory in the fourth season. In the series finale, it is revealed that Ally is married to Austin and they have two children named Alex and Ava.
Raini Rodriguez as Trish, Ally's best friend and Austin's manager. She is sarcastic, snarky, lazy, vindictive, has little patience, and has a bit of a temper, but cares very much for her friends.
Her jobs change frequently due to her lack of effort and presence at work. She takes her job as Austin's manager, however, fairly seriously and she also became Ally's manager when her career takes off. She has a complicated love-hate relationship with Dez.
Calum Worthy as Dez, an aspiring director with an odd personality and an unusual fashion style.
He films all of Austin's music videos and is Austin's best friend. He's considerably dense and lacks much logical understanding which tends to lead him and the group into messy situations. He has a complicated love-hate relationship with Trish. Recurring[ edit ] Cole Sand as Nelson, an awkward young boy who takes music lessons from Ally.
He constantly uses the phrase, "Aww, nartz! He is completely ignorant of Ally's musical talents and believes that Ally has a billion-to-one shot at making it in the music business, just like Austin's parents have told him. Lester then breaks her out of her trance; she realizes that the Austin she was twirling was really Frank the delivery guy.
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Meanwhile, Austin is not doing any better -- after finishing up one of his shows, he thinks that he sees Ally and runs up to hug her, but it is really a security guard. Later on, Ally talks to them via mobile devices and, after a bit of coaxing and eloquence, Ally agrees to visit them for the weekend in Portland to watch Austin's next concert. Meanwhile, when Dez rushes into the bathroom before Austin, Austin sleepily goes to the bathroom at the rest stop. He accidentally goes onto the wrong bus, as Ally, Trish and Dez discover when they try to surprise him with Ally's early arrival.
After doing favors for the Buttercups, Lulu lets Austin use his phone, and he arranges to go to Washington and meet up with them. However, he ends up in Washington, D. By the time he arrives, he is twenty minutes late for his concert. He gives Ally a big hug, and it takes Trish to break them up and get him performing. He stops his show twice -- both times to discuss with Ally how she has to go to a meeting with Ronnie Ramone on Monday -- before Ally finally says that, since Austin is a good influence on her song writing, she can reschedule the meeting so that she can arrive with finished songs.
They hug again before Trish reminds Austin that 10, fans are waiting for him to perform.
At the end of the episode, Trish, Austin and Dez wake up and open the curtains to Ally's bed -- and promptly discover that Lulu the Buttercup has taken her spot. Meanwhile, Ally finds herself on the same bus as the rest of the Buttercups. So he just left his phone on the bus and disappeared?
I have no idea where he is but I found Crunckins. I just got off the plane. Where are you guys? We're by Gate I don't see you. You got off the plane, but you don't see me! I don't get it. How could we be at the same gate and the same airport, and not see each other? Which Portland are you in? I'm in Portland, Maine.
There are two Portlands? We're 3, miles apart. I finally realized why I've had so much trouble finishing songs. I need someone to bounce my ideas off of. That means a lot. I'm gonna miss you.