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Season Three, Episode Twenty-Four
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Air Date: June 18, 2013
Viewers: 1.79 million, 0.7 ratings (18-49)[1]
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"An Apple a Day Keeps Abby Away" is the twenty-fourth episode of the third season of Dance Moms. It first aired on June 18, 2013.

Synopsis

Cathy is determined to rebuild her team. Cathy recruits for a new team, bringing in her friend Black Patsy (accompanied by her daughter Nicaya); as well as Hadley and Yvette Walts; she also brings in new dancers Mari and Campbell and their mothers Gina D. and Alli. Abby leaves for L.A., but sends Holly, Kelly and Jill to spy on the Candy Apple's.

Competition Attended

Dance USA in Youngstown, Ohio, on March 23rd[2][3]

Weekly Dances

Candy Apple's Dance Center
Dancer(s)
Dance Name
Dance Style
Place
Nick Daniels
Hadley Walts
Zack Torres
Nicaya Wiley
Jalen Testerman
Mari Dudash
Wide Eyes Lyrical 1st
Nick Daniels Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Not Shown
Unknown 1st
The Highest Score of the Competition[4]
Zack Torres The Puppet Contemporary 3rd
Hadley Walts Gold Couch Jazz 2nd

Trivia

Gallery

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Videos

To view the video gallery for "An Apple a Day Keeps Abby Away," visit subpage An Apple a Day Keeps Abby Away/Videos.

Polls

Did you watch this entire episode?
 
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The poll was created at 05:55 on June 19, 2013, and so far 386 people voted.
Do you usually watch entire episodes when they are first released?
 
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The poll was created at 05:55 on June 19, 2013, and so far 336 people voted.

References

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