Michelle works as a magician's assistant; the dance studio is closed down; Ginny takes over her mother's business; Melanie cares for her grandfather; Boo helps to take care of her little brother; Sasha returns.
The thing about this week’s episode of Bunheads , “You Wanna See Something ?”, is that we already knew what was going to happen. Michelle had to come back, or else there would be no Bunheads . So there’s no drama tha more
Put on your dancin’ shoes! Michelle, Fanny, and the Bunheads are back for part two of season 1. And things have not gone well for anyone since the ending of part one.
When we last left Paradise several months ago, Michelle had maced the cast of “The Nutcracker” and been run out of town. Meanwhile, the summer has come and gone, and the show opens with the fallout. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/01/08/bunheads-seaso more
" You Wanna See Something? " marked the start of the second half of Bunheads Season 1 and the episode did a fine job of pulling the group together after the terrible macing incident that resulted in Michelle’s departure from Paradise.
Nobody made out w more
"You Wanna See Something?" wasn't astonishing or breathtaking. But it made me glad to have Bunheads back. http://www.tv.com/news/bunheads-mid-season-premiere-did-truly-wire-a-cardboard-reset-button-30354/
Amy Sherman-Palladino has two passions: dancing and rapid-fire dialogue. Long before she created the WB’s motormouthed Gilmore Girls , she was a dancer who nearly passed up a writing gig on the staff of Roseanne to audition for a touring production of Cat more
When Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino returned to TV in 2012 with the ABC Family ballet dramedy Bunheads ,
it all felt a tad familiar. From the shows music and rapid-fire
dialogue to the appearance of Kelly Bishop to Sutton Foster's uncanny more