Joey's popularity at school is threatened when an old nemesis from Wisconsin returns and Maddie feels the need to keep a close eye on Parker's new friend.
- Dove Cameron as Liv and Maddie Rooney
- Joey Bragg as Joey Rooney
- Tenzing Norgay Trainor as Parker Rooney
- Kali Rocha as Karen Rooney
- Lauren Lindsey Donzis as Ruby
- J.J Totah as Skeeter Parham
- Chloe East as Val Wishart
- Amarr Wooten as Finch
- Jimmy Bellinger as Artie Smalls
- Emmy Buckner as Liv 2
- Shelby Wulfert as Maddie 2
- Karizz as Minion Taylor
- It was originally called Teach-A-Rooney.
- The title refers to Joey's nickname, Falcon, which is what his classmates at BOOMS call him.
- This is one of few episodes this season where the production number doesn't match the airing order.
- This episode features a new song called, Power of Two. Liv and Ruby have sung this song.
- This episode marks the first appearance of Artie in season 4.
- Artie was not present for Vive-La-Rooney when Joey pretended to be "Munchbot."
- This is one of the few episodes in the series where there are no promotional photos from ABC Press.
- This episode focuses more on Parker and Val's relationship.
- Val has 3 younger brothers.
- Pete is mentioned.
- Diggie is mentioned.
- Joey ate erasers for 7 years because Parker told him they were candy.
- One of The Minoins speaks in this episode.
- This is the last appearance of Falcon as BOOMS discovers Joey's real identity. However, Joey is still the coolest kid in school behind his honesty of creating Falcon.
- The moral of this episode is to stay true to yourself.
- Maddie is worried that Val may eventually break Parker's heart, and mentions Diggie going abroad for a semester, implying Maddie is still upset that Diggie left her.
- It is revealed that Sasha, the main protagonist of Sing It Louder!! is the long-lost sister of Stephanie Einstein.
- This episode foreshadows 'Sing It Live!!!-A-Rooney' when Liv says she sung 'Power of Two' so much her throat hurts, a side effects of the vocal nodes she gets in 'Sing It Live!!-A-Rooney'.
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