Saturday Detention & Saturday Bunch is the fourth episode of Season 1.
|Saturday Detention & Saturday Bunch|
|Season 1, Episode 4|
|Written by||Cole Stringer|
|Directed by||Cole Stringer|
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Episode Summary Edit
After a failed attempt at a food fight in the cafeteria, Austin ("The Athlete" and "The Criminal"), Ally ("The Brain"), Trish ("The Princess"), and Dez ("The Basket Case") end up in Saturday detention, which the Vice Principal is in charge of. The Vice Principal orders the foursome to go into the library, where Saturday detention is held.
As soon as they arrive at the library and take their seats, the Vice Principal gives them a short lecture about how they should think about what they've done wrong, then write a thousand-word essay about what they leaned from being in detention. Austin gets into a small argument with the Vice Principal, leaving him with three more Saturday detentions, and Ally (trying to be supportive) with one more.
All electronics are taken up, put into an old box, and stored into a secret place.The teenagers are told that they should not eat, sleep, or leave the library during the whole time period--unless they desperately have to use the restroom (in the case, they need special permission and guidance from the Vice Principal). This leaves Austin, Trish, and Dez to be overcome with boredom. Ally, on the other hand, is in a room full of books--she'll be fine.
The Vice Principal stays in the library for about ten minutes, watching the four to make sure they don't get into any trouble. He then goes to his office, leaving Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez alone. They talk for a while, eventually arguing over nonsense, then settle down.
When it's about twelve, the teens become hungry and decide it's time for lunch. No one though to pack their lunch, so, on the library's phone, Dez calls Carrie and tells her to bring some tacos--and to make sure she isn't seen by the Vice Principal. She succeeds in doing so, putting the bag in Dez's locker.
After she's gone, Austin, Ally, Trish, and Dez sneak out of the library to grab the tacos. As they do this, they see the Vice Principal walking down the hallway a couple of times, causing them to slightly panic and fall, sliding across floors. They immediately come to a halt once they see a wet foor sign blocking the way. Not wanting the others to get caught, Austin decides that the others should go back to the library while he takes a risk in retrieving the tacos. He stuffs the tacos down Dez's pants rushes off to the other side, tearing posters off the walls and singing loudly (and off-key). Shortly, he bumps into the Vice Principal, who angrily takes him to the janitor's closet and locks him in there. Eventually, Austin picks the lock and escapes back to the library.
Back in the library, the four eat their tacos, with Austin getting super pumped from eating them. He run-dances across the library as the others watch him and cheer. Then they talk about personal things, somehow leading them to get into a laughing fit.
The day is winding down and the gang makes Ally write the thousand-word essay, each of them signing their names at the end as "The Saturday Bunch." Once that's over, the four are finally free from detention. Austin and Ally share a kiss, and Dez gives Trish the gum that was in his mouth. Trish throws the gum on the ground, disgusted. Austin and Ally are shown again, walking outside, hand in hand, before Austin jumps up in the air, ending the episode.
- Ross Lynch as Austin Moon and "The Athlete" and "The Criminal"
- Laura Marano as Ally Dawson and "The Brains"
- Raini Rodriguez as Trish de la Rosa and "The Princess"
- Calum Worthy as Dez Wade and "The Basket Case"
- Don't You Forget About Me
- Upside Down
- This episode is based off of the 1985 hit movie The Breakfast Club, and the 2012 episode of the Nickelodeon sitcom VICTORiOUS, "The Breakfast Bunch."
- In this episode, each character portrays the following:
- Austin as "The Athlete" and "The Criminal"
- Ally as "The Brains"
- Trish as "The Princess"
- Dez as "The Basket Case".
- This episode features the song "Don't You Forget About Me" from Victorious, "The Breakfast Bunch."
- This episode will air at a special time 7:30/6:30c to make room for Monte Carlo, a Disney Channel movie.
- This episode earned 3.2 views on it's premiere.
- Auslly is seen in this episode.
The transcript for Saturday Detention & Saturday Bunch may be viewed here.
|My favorite episode is Saturday Detention & Saturday Bunch!|