Conclusion. Haley and Emily practice their dance skills in anticipation of their big audition, but major back issues lead a doctor to put them through a series of tests to determine if they need career-ending surgery. Later, the twins audition to be Los Angeles Rams cheerleaders.
Part 1 of 2. Emily and Haley's cheerleading dreams are back on, as they work hard to get their dance skills up to speed. Later, the twins receive an opportunity to host the red carpet of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast," which means interviewing guests such as Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Celine Dion. In order to prepare, Emily and Haley attend an improv class and practice their interviewing skills on kids.
The twins receive news that has them questioning their move to Los Angeles. Later, they are desperate for money until an unexpected encounter helps them land jobs as personal assistants to David Hasselhoff; and Ashley I. helps the gals cope by setting up an unusual blind date featuring body suits.
Haley and Emily end up stranded in the desert on their way to Los Angeles. Later, the twins arrive in L.A. to discover that their furnished apartment is actually bare; and Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell help the twins decorate and explore L.A.
The twins receive a big career offer that would require them to move to Los Angeles. Later, Haley and Emily worry about leaving their mom behind and concoct their own version of speed dating to help her find love.
Haley and Emily explore two new professions as a clown and a magician's assistant. Later, the ladies go to a driving school, where they can drive up to 190 mph; and their mother insists they take responsibility for their dogs and train them.
In the series premiere, the twins discover they must make a change, mature and learn to do things on their own. They receive life advice from their best friend Lauren Bushnell and her fiancé Ben Higgins, as well as their beloved grandma.