Rocky and CeCe try to act more mature on Halloween by knitting and watching tear-jerking movies, but soon realize they are missing out on all the fun. Meanwhile, Flynn challenges Ty and Deuce to a scare-off in a house that is supposedly haunted.
Gary Wilde returns and announces he is hosting a new dance show, and he wants CeCe, Rocky and Tinka to join the program. Meanwhile, Deuce and Flynn panic when they learn that their favorite snack has been discontinued.
CeCe tries to stop talking for a week to preserve her voice when she is picked to sing a song she wrote. Meanwhile, Rocky decides to add a sport to her already busy schedule so it will look good on college applications.
CeCe plans a Paris vacation and arranges a house swap with a French family, but the house turns out to be a pig farm that is 500 miles from Paris. Back in Chicago, Ty falls for a Parisian girl staying in CeCe's apartment.
Rocky is dropped from her honors classes for failing an assessment test, while CeCe is accepted into honors after accidentally acing the same quiz. Meanwhile, Deuce encourages Flynn to give up his safety blanket.
Rocky, CeCe and Tinka split the cost of renting a designer purse, but the bag soon becomes more trouble than it's worth. Meanwhile, Deuce's plans to win a bowling tournament with his dad are put in jeopardy by a mother-daughter team.
Rocky saves Phil's life, and he then offers her a job dancing on "Shake It Up Chicago." Meanwhile, Deuce gets an influx of tourists at Crusty's due to a misprint in a tour guide that states it is the location where the great Chicago fire began.