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Ask Her More-A-Rooney is the eighth episode in season 3 of Liv & Maddie. It aired on November 22, 2015.

Overview

Liv gets upset when an interview focuses on her appearance instead of her acting. She enlists her friend Kristen Bell to help her change the conversation. Meanwhile, Maddie must hunt down a lost library book or else she won’t get her final grades.

Cast

Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Guest Stars

  • Jai Rodriguez as Jacob Michaels
  • Erin Matthews as Paula Porter
  • Bas Rutten as Uncle Martucci

Special Guest Star

Absent Cast

Trivia

  • Kristen Bell guest starred in this episode.
  • This episode was released early on WATCH Disney Channel.
  • The reporter Jacob Michaels is a reference of the Disney company of the same name that helps produce this and other shows on Disney Channel. The name also references Michael Jacobs, the producer of "Girl Meets World", while the reporter is from the news show, "News Meets World", referencing Girl Meets World.
  • This episode talked about how females also have an important role, and shouldn't be judged by their appearance.
  • Josh goes to his first award show.
  • This is the first time LA is actually shown in the show, and the Hollywood sign is shown.
  • The ending scene foreshadows the events of Californi-A-Rooney.

Goofs

  • You can see Josh's shoes in some places but, in one shot, he shows that he is wearing fuzzy slippers.
  • When Maddie was supposed to have only 2 seconds to change the books, but it seems like she had more seconds as the mom was spiling her drink over her.

Gallery

Liv & Maddie Season 4 Promotional Photo
To view the Ask Her More-A-Rooney gallery, click here.


Videos

https://youtu.be/D-yIPRA5ieI

References

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