In Season 4, Austin & Ally make the idea to open up a Music Academy to teach kids on .. Given that they're dating in real life that time, that was to be expected. Finale Date. January 10, Chronology. Previous. Season 3. Season 4 of Austin & Ally was renewed on April 25, After a series of social media. Austin & Ally Finale: Laura Marano 'Really Happy' With the Series' Ending. By Andy Swift .. February 10, at PM. Did you really have.
Ally was upset that Austin didn't want to date her, before Austin explained that he didn't want it to ruin the friendship they already had. Austin then states that it's better for the kangaroo to play the drums.
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This story will feature a different one shot based on the events that take place in each and every episode of the season. They all stood behind the counter, waiting for the last few customers to leave so they could close up shop for the night. Trish and Dez left shortly after they closed the store when Austin and Ally mentioned something about working on a new song aka they wanted to be alone and luckily Trish and Dez got the hint.
She looked up at him, her eyes dark with lust; which turned him on even more. He leaned down and captured her lips with his, she moaned into his mouth as soon as their lips made contact. He grabbed her waist and pulled her closer to him so that their bodies were flush up against each other. She moved her hands over his chest, up his neck to grip his hair.
Calm Austin and neurotic Ally. Their lack of common interest becomes a problem in one episode when Austin dislikes a song Ally writes because it fits her personality more than his, so they spend the whole episode learning more about what the other is interested in.
Austin and Ally, the title made it inevitable. By the time of the epilogue, they're married and have children of their own. I always wanted to be your girlfriend However, neither Dez nor Austin realized that Ally actually meant to say that although she did love Elliot and wanted to be his girlfriend, she has now changed her mind after being bored with him and was going to end their relation.
Hold on, hold on, hold on Austin dresses as a lumberjack to perform at a karaoke joint to avoid being caught by Jimmy. After getting a good look at him, Ally recognized him immediately and an accident with his fake beard blew any chance of him being able to perform again anytime soon.
Trish gets one of zebra print for her quincenera. In "Relationships and Red Carpets", Jimmy Starr says that Austin can't have a girlfriend, or his career will go down the toilet. This is a fair time after Austin was in a relationship with Keira, Jimmy's daughter, whom Jimmy forbid from dating singers, but let the two date after Austin reveals their relationship albeit in a failed Batman Gambit to get Jimmy to break the two up.
The Password Is Always "Swordfish": After the gang sabotage his relationship with Dez's sister, Chuck spends the entire episode setting off explosive strawberry jam attacks on them as revenge. He even manages to rig Dez's zombie survival kit with the jam easily figuring out the combination as "". When Austin reads Ally's song book before she has the chance to tell him about her crush At the start of season 4, it's revealed that Dez and Carrie broke up.
Turns out, they broke up because Dez said "We're done" at a restaurant, but Carrie assumed that Dez was talking to her instead of the waiter. Played as a Gender-Inverted Trope. Ally is the shy, nerdy everywoman who writes songs for musical star Austin and his rise to stardom drives the overarching plot of the show and shakes up Ally's life. Trish said the "previously on" line for the former and Austin said the line on the latter. Austin Moon and Ally Dawson "Sun".
In addition to an updated title sequence, Season 4 has the theme song, originally performed by Ross Lynch solo, re-recorded as a duet with Laura Marano. Capped by The Stinger: Bobbie played by Dove Cameron: Which one of you is Austin and which one is Ally? Granted, it wasn't an official performance and it wasn't a huge crowd, but still Even with her short stature Ally has an impressive set of legs  Austin: I'll always be an Ally Dawson fan. Ally isn't upset that Austin spied on her. Austin makes fun of Ally's vocal warm-ups and Ally smiles at him.
Austin doesn't want Ally to be upset over her lack of recognition. Ally tries to act cool in front of Austin. Austin smiles at Ally's weird "cool" pose. Austin says he can't do it without her and calls her awesome and Ally thanks him. Austin compliments Ally's song to Dez after she leaves. Austin helped get Ally's musical talent recognized by putting her on the radio. When Ally's song starts playing, Austin smiles at Ally. Austin purposely brought the wrong CD so that Ally could be recognized.
Austin tells the deejay and everyone listening that Ally is the most talented singer-songwriter her knows. Austin apologizes about Ally having to sing with him. Austin tells Ally the truth about bringing the CD even though he could've gotten away with it. Austin wants people to know how talented Ally is, and who she is. Austin tries his best to get rid of Ally's stage fright. Austin knew more about Ally than Trish did, and Austin and Ally have known each other for far less time than Trish and Ally.
Austin says to Ally, "It doesn't matter if the world doesn't know how talented you are, I always will. Austin seemed to have a jealous expression on his face when Ally was saying "Staring at Dallas? No, that's ridiculous" after she stared at Dallas dreamily. Austin was staring at Ally talking to Dallas. When Ally needed help with the boxes, Austin immediately offered to help. When Dez said he can carry the box while spinning a basketball on his finger, Austin said he can carry two boxes, in an attempt to outdo Dez and impress Ally.
Austin apologized to Ally when he and Dez dropped the boxes. Austin acknowledged that Ally was right when she said that he and Dez are best friends, and shouldn't fight. When Ally said she was missing her best friend, Austin looked at her with a hopeful look on his face.
Austin wanted to make sure Ally would have a good time at the beach. Austin tried to help Ally when she couldn't get her chair to open at the beach. Austin and Ally were the only ones who were at Sonic Boom working on the song. During Austin's performance at the beach, Ally was jumping along and watching him the whole time with a wide smile on her face.
When Austin told Ally that the tweeter train left two years ago and left her there, Ally playfully rolled her eyes. Austin called Ally "Ally-Gator". Austin tried making Ally feel better when Ms. Suzy chose his song for the commercial. When Ally fell in the bowl of soup, Austin looked scared for her and tried to run towards her, but Trish was in the way. Austin was happy that she had a lot of followers.
Austin was happy when Ally finally got her first gold star. Ally gets mad at Austin for missing their meeting because she thinks he doesn't respect her. When Austin came back from the concert, he told Ally they could rehearse all night. Austin felt bad about being late to the meetings Ally sets up and wants to make it up to her. Ally thinks she was a little too hard on Austin. Austin told Ally his middle name's Monica. Austin's hands are on Ally's shoulders for a long time when he tells Ally he's not available at his house at the moment.
Ally couldn't believe it when she thought Austin stole the guitar. Austin takes the guitar to get it signed by Bruno Mars for Ally because he knows how much she likes him. Ally wanted to give Austin a chance to explain himself. When Austin told Ally why he really took the guitar she said that him doing that was "incredible". Ally doesn't want to sell Austin out to the mall association when she thinks he stole the guitar.
Austin promises Ally that he'll always be there for her. He tells her to fill in the dates in the calendar. Austin gets to the store super early because he promised Ally he wouldn't be late. When Dez made fun of her in the beginning of the episode, Austin was the only one who didn't laugh.