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"What Ifs& Where's Austin" is the second episode of Season 3 of Austin& Ally and the 47th episode overall. Ally, Trish and Dez imagine how their lives would be if they'd never met Austin. They share a kiss, and after that they scream loudly, including Ally, and that's when they stop imagining, thinking Recurring Cast. 3rd Auslly kiss ♡and uhh Trez moment at the back. . Meet The 'Austin & Ally' Cast -- Premieres December Photo Meet the cast of Austin & Ally -- Ross Lynch. Austin & Ally Kiss | See more ideas about Austin and ally, Lynch and Kisses. Follow. Ally and austin sitting in a tree KISSING first comes love then comes marriage then comes .. aviabilets.info | Meet Your New Heartthrob, America! . Austin and Ally cast interview Austin And Ally, Laura Marano, October 27, Disney.
Ally said she better keep holding on to Nelson, but when Austin walked in she said "Austin, hey", and walked over to him leaving Nelson to fall. When Ally was talking a lot about preparing for the award show, she said "if we were going to match my dress with your tie Austin brought a picture of Ally to the award show. Austin looked worried when Ally fell out of the garbage. Ally kept trying to apologize during Austin's performance.
Austin accepted Ally's apology in the end and they all fist bumped. While Austin and Ally were writing the song, they kept smiling at each other. Ally tried to comfort Austin when he felt bad about Dez getting fired. Austin apologized to Ally when she got fired, but didn't do so to the others if he did, it wasn't shown. When Austin was telling the gang he didn't want to be famous without his friends, he was looking mostly towards Ally. Austin had his hands up before Ally walked towards him for the hug.
Ally kept her hands around Austin the whole time. They hugged for awhile, the longest they have hugged yet. When Ally says "I must be the worst dancer in the history of dancing" Austin tries to cheer her up. Ally wanted Austin to teach her how to slow dance. The way he said "sure" sounded like he really wanted to dance with her.
Austin was holding Ally's hand tight when they were dancing. They both smiled at each other when they were dancing. Ally tells Austin she is really sorry about his ankle and that no one feels worse than she does.
Austin tells Ally that its okay, possibly so that she wouldn't be so upset. Austin still wanted to teach Ally how to dance. Austin smiled at Ally dancing when she was talking to Dallas. Austin goes to Ally right away when Dallas rejects her.
Austin calls Ally and says he's been looking everywhere for her. Austin goes under the table to Ally. Austin encourages Ally by saying Dallas isn't so great and that he doesn't know what he's missing. Austin doesn't want to perform because he's busy helping Ally. Before going to perform, Austin makes sure Ally is okay. When Ally says "Go kick some butt and get yourself booked in those clubs," Austin smiles at her.
Austin and Ally slow dance together at the Quinceanera. Austin dances with Ally instead of trying to impress the club owner. Austin calls Ally the coolest girl here.
Ally says what Austin did for her was sweet. Austin says she can trust him. While Austin was dipping Ally, he gripped her tightly. When Austin was helping her up, he held her hand for a while. Austin defended Ally when Dez said she was invisible. Austin said Ally's the best songwriter he knew.
Austin thinks Ally is a good singer. Austin stands there watching her, leaning against the door as if he's absorbed in watching her. 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.
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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's father ran a music store and that's where Ally learned to love music and writing songs. She originally wrote for herself, but after Austin accidentally stole one of her songs and became an Internet sensation as a result, she and her best friend, Trish, track him down, and she eventually becomes his musical partner and songwriter.
Her partnership with Austin is initially built on the idea that "she writes; he rocks". She gives music lessons and teaches students about being a performer at the Music Factory in the fourth season. In the series finale, it is revealed that Ally is married to Austin and they have two children named Alex and Ava. Raini Rodriguez as Trish, Ally's best friend and Austin's manager. She is sarcastic, snarky, lazy, vindictive, has little patience, and has a bit of a temper, but cares very much for her friends.
Her jobs change frequently due to her lack of effort and presence at work. She takes her job as Austin's manager, however, fairly seriously and she also became Ally's manager when her career takes off. She has a complicated love-hate relationship with Dez. Calum Worthy as Dez, an aspiring director with an odd personality and an unusual fashion style.
He films all of Austin's music videos and is Austin's best friend. He's considerably dense and lacks much logical understanding which tends to lead him and the group into messy situations. He has a complicated love-hate relationship with Trish. Recurring[ edit ] Cole Sand as Nelson, an awkward young boy who takes music lessons from Ally.
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He constantly uses the phrase, "Aww, nartz! He is completely ignorant of Ally's musical talents and believes that Ally has a billion-to-one shot at making it in the music business, just like Austin's parents have told him. He and Penny, Ally's mother, are divorced. Megan is eccentric and constantly uses teenage slang terms such as "totes" or "hilar". She is stubborn and nosy as well, as she is bent on getting the stories she's after for the magazine. Her bad breath was caused by her constant eating of garlic and anchovy pizza.
Her bad breath cleared away afterward. John Paul Green as Chuck, a short, country-speaking teenager who believes he is better than Dez at everything. Their rivalry follows a long history of their families feuding, so Chuck and Dez often get into similar battles. He usually wears cowboy attire.