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Liv and Maddie is a Disney Channel sitcom. Meanwhile, Karen sells the electric transport (which she did have hidden) online, and Artie buys it. . Dangerous 16th Birthday: The episode “Sweet A-Rooney” has the twins turning 16 .. Prank Date: In "Match-A-Rooney", this is what Joey was led to believe would happen. Liv's plan to find Maddie a date for the school dance backfires, angering her twin. To celebrate their Sweet 16, Liv plans a surprise party for Maddie. Shoe- A-Rooney. 23m. Liv's plans to help her twin express her girly side work a little too well when . Diggie and Maddie try to reconnect online, but Liv interferes. Sweet A-Rooney is the ninth episode in season 1 of Liv and Maddie. It aired on November 24, Air Date. November 24, It is Liv and Maddie's Sweet 16, and both girls have a difference in opinion on birthday party ideas. Karen has .
As of "Howl-a-Rooney", Joey and Diggie seem to officially have this going on. Liv, being a Ditzy Geniusslips into this from time to time.
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And who went on to win top prize on in the school kick ball-y thing? Cannot Tell a Lie: Parker's extensive Tunnel Network is a Running Gag throughout the show. In the Season 3 finale, it causes the Rooney house to collapse. Maddie gave herself this after Liv forced a Girliness Upgrade on her. Luckily Liv stopped her from this soon enough.
Ocean wasn't seen after "Kang-a-Rooney", due to her actor being in Mighty Med. Stains has been absent since "Pottery-A-Rooney" and some people think she was replaced by Laceyminus the stains of course.
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Her locker however, does appear one more time at the end of Season 2, and she does come back in Season 3 as if nothing happened. The end of Season 2: Will Maddie catch Diggie in time to tell her how she feels? In show, who will Linda take to the International Space Station? Both those cliffhangers do get resolved. Parker's actor is of half Nepalese although the Rooney family is supposed to be white.
Maddie is this to her brother Parker. Liv tries her best to do so to Parker in "Sleep-A-Rooney" but has trouble being one due to her being away from him since he was 6 and later succeeds. In-universe example in "Song-A-Rooney," when Liv already not crazy about having to sing "FroyoYOLO," a song about frozen yogurt is absolutely mortified by the accompanying video - as is the rest of the family - and doesn't want to sing it again.
Liv remains mortified when it comes up in "Video-A-Rooney. Karen Rooney grounding Joey, only because he turned the backyard into the campground not to mention that that is one of the less strange things that have happened in that backyard. Joey Didn't See That Coming.
To be fair, the punishment was also for the gift itself, considering that their gift is not quite proper for an anniversary. Plus, their punishment also involves treating them to a better dinner afterwards, which is her in-universe excuse that also makes them come off as comes off as ungrateful.
In "Frame-A-Rooney," Artie reacts to the idea that Maddie dumped Diggle by framing her for destroying the school's mascot and getting her suspended and thus unable to play in the big basketball playoffs. He's called on it when he asks why Diggle didn't tell the truth and Diggle replying "it's because you do stupid stuff like this! Joey and Artie's building of bigger rockets in "Move-A-Rooney". When Maddie tells her Dad she no longer wants him as her partner for a tag-team tournament, it sounds like a girl breaking up with her boyfriend.
Unfortunately, Diggie and Maddie break up and Liv has no interest in Artie. Both girls avert this trope, but Liv's character in Sing it Loud! Liv herself is more of a Ditzy Geniusbut she states herself she's no Einstein either. As for Maddie, she may have any academic strengths, but science is not one of them, as shown in "Tiny House-A-Rooney". At one point, when Joey and Parker split their room into two halves, Parker gets to choose which.
His choice is the bottom half, seemingly banning Joey from their room, since he can never be on the floor.
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However, Joey manages to exploit this loophole by building a supported tent with cables that lets him keep Parker from standing up, since he gets the upper half. A variation at the end of "Slumber Party-a-Rooney" when Maddie forces Parker to give up tunneling and hand over his shovels. He complies and, when pressed, produces one final shovel from inside Maddie's hood.
Maddie's teammate Stains attempted a restaurant's challenge to eat an entire roast chicken in under an hour to win a t-shirt, and indeed she did eat the entire thing, bones and all. In Upcycle-A-Rooney, after Andie gets a picture of Maddie's twin charm bracelet while she was asleep, Andie wants to draw a mustache on Maddie.
However, Liv tells Andie off because that's not what they're there to do. Being stereotypical nerds, Joey and Artie are also really obsessed with fictional, "geeky" science fiction stuff. Maddie even directly called her that. The Film of the Book: In universe, Liv auditions for and wins the role of Tristan Lycanth who was male in the source material in the film version of "Space Werewolves", a graphic novel about werewolves in space.
Liv, but more like Semi-Retired Actress. Much of the show is based on her readjustment to non-star life. However, it just seems no matter what, Hollywood will never leave Liv and indeed she returns there in the final season, mentoring her cousin, another aspiring child star.
Liv's sanguine, Maddie's phlegmatic, Joey's melancholic and Parker's choleric. Liv shows off this vibe in "Brain-A-Rooney". Getting Crap Past the Radar: The Halloween episode's plot took a turn in which Joey accidentally hits on his own sister. Joey's boss in "Steal-A-Rooney" who can't be much older than 30 has a thing for single moms. And over the end credits for "Kathy Kan-A-Rooney," Joey hits on a girl he likes the look of from behind who turns out to be Karen.
In "Muffler-A-Rooney" Parker gets his spine ripped out by his own mom. Granted, it was only in a video game that the audience never sees, but it's still pretty impressive that this one got network approval!
In "Cowbell-A-Rooney," Liv thought she was safe from being getting a cowbell thrown around her neck while relieving herself in the girls bathroom at school, and Maddie proved her wrong.
Also, When Joey was trying to get rid of his kitty wardrobe, Willow was stealing it, and got caught by Parker, who bribed her to pretend it never happened because she was obviously using them for some serious sexual fantasies about him. Maddie's new shoes in "Shoe-A-Rooney. None but the twins in the family are blonde. Given Maddie's the Tomboythe Dye Hard situation is very unlikely. It is technically possible since blonde is a recessive gene but since hair color is controlled by multiple genes the chance is still too slim.
Somewhat justified in that their aunt Dina does have blond hair. However one possible theory still exists: Karen is bottle brunette and Pete was born blonde. When people grew up, especially when puberty hit, their hair color turn darker, slightly for females, a lot for males. Pete, Joey and Parker are all born dark blonde and their hair turned dark naturally; while Karen dyed her hair dark for some reason.
The girls also inherited the blonde genes but unlike their mother they decided to flaunt it. When Karen's sister Dena, a blue-eyed blonde showed up, this theory is at least half confirmed. There is also the fact that the youngest son is clearly Asian.
She's pretty, but doesn't know it. Oh, I'm pretty sure she knows it. The people making the movie saw my episode of Sing It Loud! I love that episode. Because I had some logic problems with it Yeah those tiny shorts are traveling right up your butt. I just don't think it's going to work out. But we were so good together, you and me. But there's someone else. Are we supposed to hug now? I'd rather go play basketball. Hey, what did I say about running in the house? What are you doing here?
I'm here to take you back to the game. But what is all of this? Oh, yeah, well, we can talk about that later. Just kick those off and we'll get you back to the game. Do you wanna play super model with me? Of course I do! It is the epic tale of Tristan Lycanth; Half-wolf, half-human, and his battle to save his planet. Looks like somebody has a crush on South. America has a crush on South.
I'm the guy who has a shot. Well he did, didn't he? He could've married Christie Brinkley in there, but instead he chose Carol Burnett. I don't know who either of those two people are, but if it makes you happy, go with it.