Look at this bracelet he got me for our one week-aversiry. Dez: No, a quesadilla is a traditional Latin American party celebrating a girl's fifteenth birthday.
[first lines, both sitting at a piano in the store] Austin Moon: Can you play this?
The story itself is a bit far-fetched, thanks to the unlikely absence of adults to monitor the teens' unrestricted movements, and it does prompt thought about the role the Internet plays in assigning fame.
On the whole, though, there's no reason to worry about the content, which often calls on silly sight gags and quirky characters for its laugh-a-minute comedy style.
Ally writes the songs, Austin sings them, Trish de la Rosa (Raini Rodriguez) is Austin's manager and personal stylist, and Austin's friend Dez Wade (Calum Worthy) is their producer and music video maker. We'll have to watch and find out Well, they pretty much already did - now the show seems to be focusing on whether or not they'll crash and burn as they finally make it, whether or not Ally will be big on her own, will Austin and Ally get together/get back together and just standard Kid Com Whacky Hijinks.
However things take a dramatic turn after the Season 3 Finale ends with .
Austin Moon: You didn't want to influence my decision? [scene cuts to flashback] Trish De La Rosa: Pick Trent!
She ran towards the car and he chuckled at her enthusiasm."Hello." She said brightly as she slid into the passenger's seat."Hi." He replied. " He nudged her playfully and she smiled goofily."My mom called, she says we can video-chat tomorrow, she's borrowing a laptop off of someone." Ally smile widened even more and Austin could practically feel her glowing from beside him."That's awesome, Ally." He said honestly. Austin took her hand in his and briefly gave it a tight squeeze before putting both hands back on the steering wheel and setting off. He hadn't quite believed it when she'd got them done, he picked her up and spun her round that day, just because he could see how happy she was with herself. Austin was lucky that he had practically all the same classes as Ally.
A quick glance out of the corner of his eye saw Ally scribbling in her book, brushing her fringe out of her face. Really, it was thanks to her tutoring that he had moved into all the same classes as her, apart from ones like gym, oh and calculus. Some people still gave them odd looks but Austin really couldn't care.
The first half of the finale was all about goodbyes, with Austin preparing to head off on a world tour — one that would take him far away from Ally. In fact, there’s one season-ender that still haunts her: “When we ended our third season, and we didn’t know if we were going to have a fourth season, I was really mad that Austin wasn’t singing anymore,” she admits. “I think everyone loves opposites, and it’s been clear since the pilot that Austin and Ally are so different,” she adds.
The couple attempted to squeeze a year’s worth of holidays into the time they had left together, but in typical And don’t even pretend like you didn’t get all misty-eyed during Trish’s performance of “You’ve Got a Friend.” Years later, Austin and Ally weren’t even speaking to each other, following an amicable break-up — you know, scheduling problems — but a surprise reunion on time jump, which revealed a few mind-blowing twists: For starters, Austin and Ally ended up married (with children! “None of us, including the producers, expected Austin and Ally to get together so soon.