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Dancing
Season 2, Episode 4
Dan-Vs.-Dancing
Air date February 4, 2012
Written by Dan Mandel
Directed by Stephanie Arnett
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"Dancing" is the fourth episode of the 2nd season and the twenty-sixth episode overall. It originally aired on February 4, 2012.

Overview Edit

When Dan goes on an anti-dance crusade, he ends up interfering with Chris and Elise's plan to enter a dance contest. Elise then exiles him to a ghost town populated by feral dancers, where he must learn the ancient art of "fight-dancing" to survive.

Summary Edit

Coming Soon!

Trivia Edit

  • It's implied that Mr. Mumbles actually died in this episode, with Chris making comments like "Mr. Mumbles was looking awfully thin, and she wasn't moving." In fact, this was done intentionally to mess with fans, we were supposed to go a few episodes without Mr. Mumbles appearing to give the illusion that she died (but episodes aired out of order and she was soon back.)
  • Elise has been shown to like Mr. Mumbles, but apparently won't take care of her while Dan is away.
  • Dan gets sent to the forgotten land of Pembroke, the Home of the Dance.
  • Elise has wanted to dance ever since she was a little girl, but Elise Sr. wouldn't let her.
  • The credits play an instrumental cover of "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor.

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Gallery Edit

Promos Edit

  • The first and only promo is a clip released on The Hub's YouTube channel on January 26, 2012.
  • "When Dan's anti-dance crusade interferes with Elise's dancing queen dreams, she banishes him to a ghost town that's the home of a dangerous and strange art of Dance Fighting. Dan's only way to escape is to master the art of jazz hands." - description
    Dan Vs00:58

    Dan Vs. Dancing (Clip) - The Hub

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