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Cheat It (2009)

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As a publicity stunt, Hannah Montana pretends to date singer Austin Rain. When Miley discovers that Jackson is planning to cheat on his history test she tries to convince him that cheating is dishonest, but he reminds her that Hannah is being dishonest by pretending to date Austin, who she hates. Hannah breaks up with Austin on live television which allows her to again try to stop Jackson from cheating. Meanwhile Robbie Ray purchase a new sauna from a company run by Rico. His discount doesn't turn out to be what he expected but the sauna still proves useful when Miley finds that Jackson still intends to cheat, and has written the test answers all over his body. Lilly is enlisted to trap Miley and Jackson in the sauna so that the steam causes Jackson to sweat, melting away the answers. Jackson finally realizes that he was studying the whole time he was preparing to cheat and now knows the test answers.

Absent: Mitchel Musso as Oliver

Guest stars: Nancy O'Dell as herself and Mark Hapka as Austin Rain

Cameos: Mateo Arias (Moises Arias's brother) as one of Rico's friends

Hannah song featured: "Us Isn't Us Without You", "Supergirl"

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Hannah Montana (season 3)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.