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After Ally forgives him, the two agree to become partners. Over the course of the series, she becomes more confident, conquers her stage fright and is signed to a record label.
She's a smart, sweet girl and always tries her best to not hurt anyone's feelings. She is the wife of Austin Moon. Contents [ show ] Personality Ally is generally shown to be sweet and kind, often described as a good person or a "goody goody.
She is often portrayed as girly, and sometimes meek. Ally is often shown not to be into things most teenagers consider fun, such as arcades or horror movies, and enjoys slightly unusual activities, such as cloud watching club. She is some what geeky, but constantly tries to hide it when questioned or accused of it, which generally leads to either disasters or her appearing even more geeky.
Ally has stage fright, and is a time shown not to be the confident in herself. She can also at times be a bit obsessive over simple things, such as trying to get a gold star, as she was the only person who didn't ever get one.
After the music video becomes a hit online, Trish convinces Ally to tell the world she wrote the song. Then Austin convinces Ally to help him out with writing a new song.
He gives her credit for both songs and they make a deal to become partners together. She scribbles down Austin's song lyrics in illegible handwriting prompting Dez and Trish to start gathering strange props for the music video which they think correspond to her lyrics.
Ally reveals that her crush is actually a boy named Dallas, and her and Austin's misunderstanding is cleared. Austin doesn't like it so they decided to hang out more.
At the end Ally learned how to have a little fun and she wrote another song for Austin. H8ter girl made Ally sing the Butterfly song in front of a crowd of people knowing that Ally had stage fright, but Austin sings it for her instead. Austin said yes to Ally because she talks too much.
Ally, Trish and Dez decided to apologizes to Austin so they went to the Award show, which puts Ally on stage.
She wrote another song for him telling Demonica that Austin doesn't need her to have his dreams come true. After he said no, she turn sad. Austin then stop his performance and dance with Ally.
The song expresses the pain of the anonymity Ally feels. Austin hears the song and plays it for Miami when he's on the radio with Miami Mack. She often doesn't know what she is saying when she is around him, which causes her to accidentally tell him she'll mow his lawn for him.
Later, when Dallas tells her he hates his job. Ally says "try working here Sonic Boom ".
Dallas misinterprets this and thinks it means he is hired at Sonic Boom. He is a terrible employee, and her dad tells her they can't affords a new employee. Trish helps Ally find a way to fire him.
In the end, Dallas ends up quitting. Ally tries to put her previous, unpleasant beach-going experiences behind her. It is revealed in this episode that she and her father often went to the boardwalk and got ice cream when she was little. It is also revealed that her favorite ice cream is Fruity Mint Swirl.
Ally reunites with one of her favorite elementary school teachers, Miss Suzy, at her soup shop in the mall, Suzy's Soups.
Ally thinks of this as a chance to finally get a gold star from Miss Suzy. When Ally tweets a picture of a spider in her soup at Suzy's Soups as an attempt to get more followers, Miss Suzy loses many customers. She ends up going way overboard. The commercial helps bring back customers and Miss Suzy tells Ally she only gave gold stars to the kids who needed extra motivation and Ally was so smart and talented that she didn't need that.
Even though this makes Ally feel better, she still wants gold stars and by the end, she is covered in them. It is revealed in this episode that Ally is president of the Mall of Miami association.
Ally tries to catch the thief after he steals a guitar from Sonic Boom.Misterogers. The Wonder of It All-- a essay written by Kimmel and Collins and published by the Fred Rogers Center-- clearly details the years between the Children's Corner and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
When Rogers was about to graduate from the Seminary with a specific charge to minister to children and their families through television, the plan was to produce a television program.
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