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How To Rock Christmas
Gravity 5 and Molly get stuck in a mall on Christmas Eve.

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How to Rock a Tennis Ball
Kacey tries to prove she's responsible when Mr. March asks her to watch his flea market booth. When Mr. March's prized tennis ball gets destroyed on her watch, Gravity 5 and the Perfs help replace it.

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How to Rock a Uniform
The principal establishes a new school-uniform policy because of Kacey and Molly's intense fashion rivalry. The girls must unite to get it overthrown.

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How to Rock a Fashion Victim
Kacey applies for an internship with a fashion designer, but the work she submits is below par and she realizes she can't be perfect in everything.

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How to Rock Camping
The kids embark on a school camping trip, and Grace steps up and assumes an authoritative role.

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How to Rock a Good Deed
Kacey gets competitive about volunteer projects and exploits her foot injury to attract attention. When the truth of the situation is revealed, her pals retaliate.

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How to Rock a High School Sensation
They all work together to make an audition tape.

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How To Rock a Yearbook
Kacey is determined to get the band's photo in the school yearbook, despite a policy that prohibits it.

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How To Rock a Singing Telegram
Stevie seeks advice on how to ask a guy out and resorts to a singing telegram. Meanwhile, telegram assignments for Zander, Kevin and Nelson don't go as expected.

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How to Rock Cee Lo, Part 2
Kacey's plan to tour with Cee Lo leaves her band with no lead singer for the Battle of the Bands competition.

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How to Rock Cee Lo, Part 1
Gravity 5 sneak into a Cee Lo concert, and Cee Lo winds up inviting Kacey to tour with him.

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How to Rock a Love Song
Zander is keeping his new love song he's writing to himself. But Kacey and Stevie are curious and take a look at his lyrics causing them to guess who it's written about.

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How to Rock a Basketball Team
Although Kacey unwillingly joins the basketball team, she demonstrates solid skills, as well as an overeagerness to win.

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Kacey enters into another dimension, a Halloween dimension.

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How to Rock a Part-Time Job
Kacey and Stevie get fired after Kacey gives away too many free smoothies.

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How to Rock a Birthday Party
Kacey and Nelson have to share a birthday party, but Kacey assumes planning and refuses Nelson's input.

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How to Rock a Lunch Table
Kacey wants the desired lunch table back from the Perfs. Kevin and Nelson get their classmates together to protest the lunch ladies' cooking.

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How to Rock a Secret Agent
With a school dance quickly approaching, Kacey needs to make sure she outshines her arch nemesis Molly. She sends Stevie undercover to infiltrate the Perfs, but Stevie has a plan of her own when she realizes she's being used.

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How to Rock a Prank
Kacey gets pranked by Molly at a bad time, so her band pulls a revenge prank, but it doesn't go off as planned.

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How to Rock a Newscast
Kacey and Molly compete for the head-reporter position on the school news broadcast, and a desperate Kacey reports a story prior to ensuring her facts.

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How to Rock an Election
Kacey runs for class president and promises that Big Time Rush will perform if she wins. However, things get complicated when her pal Kevin becomes her opponent.

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How to Rock a Music Video
Kacey encourages her band to make a music video after the Perfs make a highly successful one, but her pushy attitude causes problems.

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How to Rock a Statue
Zander enters an art contest in an effort to win a girl's affection. Kacey volunteers to help but ends up destroying his entry.

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How to Rock a Guest List
Kacey gets her bandmates invited to a big party, but then is concerned they won't fit in with the popular crowd.

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How to Rock a Messy Bet
Kacey is willing to give up her phone to win a bet, but temptation arises when she discovers a boy she likes sent her a text message.

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How to Rock Braces and Glasses
In the series premiere, following a loss of popularity, Kacey joins the band Gravity 5 and starts a rivalry with her old band.

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How to Rock is an American teen sitcom that aired on Nickelodeon from February 4, 2012 to December 8, 2012. The series was structured around lead character, Kacey Simon, played by multi-talented actress and singer, Cymphonique Miller. The show skillfully combined comedic elements with dramatic themes, and holds appeal for a wide age range of viewers, from pre-teens to young adults.

The heart of How to Rock’s story revolves around Kacey Simon, an aesthetically perfect and highly popular teenage girl studying at Brewster High School. Kacey is known at school for her perfect grades, astounding style, and natural leadership qualities that make her the queen bee amongst her peers. She's an influential part of the 'Perfs', a group of popular girls at her school.

However, Kacey's perfect world takes a drastic turn when she has to start wearing braces and glasses due to unignorable eyesight and dental issues. Now, being unable to fulfill the image-conscious criteria of the Perfs, she's ousted from her dominating position among the Brewster High School elite. Within this roller-coaster upheaval, the show delves into the realities of teenage social structures and their often superficial basis, offering important commentary on the ideas of appearance and popularity in high school.

Now distanced from her former popular clique, Kacey finds solace and a sense of belonging in the company of the band Gravity 5. Although they were initially considered misfits by Kacey herself, they welcome her with open arms. The band members include Stevie (a fierce and outspoken girl), Kevin (the relaxed and laid-back band leader), Nelson (an intelligent and slightly eccentric guy), and Zander (the charming and versatile musician).

Throughout its 26-episode run, the show centers on Kacey's journey as the new lead singer of Gravity 5 and her attempts to maintain her popularity while staying loyal to her new friends. As Kacey navigates this territory, audiences are treated to a wealth of captivating and foot-tapping music performances, marking Cymphonique Miller's remarkable singing talent. Her soulful performances are undeniably one of the highlights of the series.

One of the standout aspects of How to Rock is its portrayal of strong and resilient female characters. It shines a spotlight on the importance of staying true to oneself and standing up for what is right even if it goes against the popular opinion. It paints a vivid lesson on genuine friendship that goes beyond the boundaries of looks and popularity.

The other key narrative element is the ongoing rivalry between Gravity 5 and the Perfs, providing much of the conflict and humor in the show. The rivalry often escalates over band competitions, social events, and everyday high school situations. The tight and witty script makes each episode a well-paced and engaging chapter in Kacey’s high school journey.

The series also does an impressive job of crafting a cast of likable and distinct characters. Each of the Gravity 5 members brings a unique trait to the table, while the Perfs maintain their air of exquisiteness and rivalry throughout. This makes for a vibrantly colourful and diverse character palette that adds to the depth and relatability of the series.

Overall, How to Rock is a teen sitcom that excels in its lively presentation of high school life filled with music, friendship, rivalry, and heartfelt lessons. The lead, Cymphonique Miller, brings a charisma and charm to her character, easily drawing viewers into her story. There's a great balance of humor, sentiment, and drama, making it a show that offers more than just a light-hearted watch.

Despite airing for a short period and encompassing only one season featuring 26 episodes, How to Rock left a memorable imprint on Nickelodeon’s roster of programs. It defined a unique and engaging premise that was both light-hearted and filled with a variety of riveting performance sequences, making it a show definitely worth a watch. This show is an accepting and powerful reminder of teenage resilience and friendship, even in the face of challenging social structures.

How to Rock is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 26 episodes, the show debuted on 2012. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 5.3.

Noah C. Crawford, Cymphonique, Samantha Boscarino, Max Schneider, Lulu Antariksa, Halston Sage, Chris O'Neal
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