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Season Two, Episode Six
Waldrobe Malfunction
Air Date: February 14, 2012
Viewers: 2.277 million, 1.0 rating(18-49)[1]
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"Jill on the Rampage" is the sixth episode of season two. It first aired on February 14, 2012.


Abby puts the moms in charge of making the girls' costumes for the competition. Meanwhile, Dance Explosion is canceled, so Abby finds another competition in Clute, Texas. Jill reaches for one of Kendall's old costumes, leading to a conflict with Abby, and almost causing Kendall to be unable to perform. Maddie is injured when she falls while performing and has to be carried off the floor.

Competition Attended

MA Dance in Clute, Texas, on December 10, 2011.

Weekly Dances

Abby Lee Dance Company
Dance Name
Dance Style
Nia I'm Gonna Survive Acrobatic Lyrical did not place
Brooke Who Am I Acrobatic Lyrical 3rd on show
2nd in Junior 7-8
Paige Make Some Noise Acrobatic Jazz 1st on show
1st in Elementary 4-6
High Energy Solo Award
[2][weak cite [3]]
Chloe In For the Thrill Ballet 2nd on show
2nd in Elementary 4-6
Kendall Sweet Little Lies Lyrical did not place
Mackenzie Shoulda Coulda Woulda Acrobatic Jazz did not place
Maddie Maestro Man Spanish Jazz no placing on show
3rd in Elementary 1-3

Other Information

  • Pyramid
    • Mackenzie
    • Chloe, Maddie
    • Paige, Brooke, Nia, Kendall


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Video Gallery

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  3. Information about this result is not clearly based on obvious witness sources (e.g., the episode or official results); but instead comes from rumors, witness sources that have been forgotten and are uncited, or from another fan-site working as a secondary (non-eye-witness) source. A better citation and/or additional explanation would at least be desirable.