It's the Tween Choice Awards, and BTR is nominated and booked to close the show! However, their night is in jeopardy when the guys uncover an evil plan to brainwash the audience.
After being told that boy bands always split up after the third album, the guys compete to find solo "breakout" gigs before being left behind.
The guys are pitched a kids cartoon show but instead do a video game to expand their brand. A mix-up while wearing motion capture suits puts them at the center of an extraterrestrial news story.
Logan brings Carlos along to the MCAT test as his good luck charm, but when Carlos somehow gets a higher score, Logan questions his plans to become a doctor.
James continues his pursuit of Lucy and buys a motorcycle in order to impress her, but he doesn't know how to drive it. Kendall teaches Jo how to drive stick-shift and Carlos & Logan can't relinquish a childhood treasure.
It's time again for the prank war at the Palm Woods, and this time its kids versus adults as they battle for the honor of winning Lord Prankington's Cup.
We go inside BTR's tour bus as we see the craziness that happens as the guys make their way to their next gig. They may get there in time, but it won't be easy.
BTR is making a cameo on a kid's TV show, but trouble is brewing. Kendall is a terrible actor, Carlos pursues the show's teen star, and Logan and James end up getting into a fight with Yo Gabba Gabba.
Gustavo gives the guys a bonus for their hard work, but they quickly begin to make bad decisions with their money.
The guys are caught in a web of lies. Kendall has to keep Jo from discovering Lucy has returned to the Palm Woods. Logan's fib about being sick turns into a medical emergency and Carlos and James claim Rocque Records was robbed.
Lucy releases her album about being dumped by Kendall and it's a hit! James, desperate for attention, creates an internet rumor that he and Cher Lloyd are recording a duet.
BTR has to stop the invasion of the British boy band! Concerned that Gustavo is spread too thin the boys try to hire a top music manager. Unable to agree, the four split and a rift quickly escalates within the band.
Join 16-year-olds Kendall, James, Logan, and Carlos on their quest for pop stardom filled with first-time demos, photo shoots, music videos, concerts, and all the excitement of being in a band with your buds!
The guys accidentally destroy the tape of the new Big Time Rush episode they were supposed to give the network. Needing a replacement episode the guys decide to make a blooper show which Stephen Glickman and Ciara Bravo host.
Kendall and Logan volunteer at a dog shelter and end up adopting 12 dogs, but a sneaky heath inspector is on to them. Carlos and Jennifer's puppy love is sickening and it's up to James and the other Jennifers to rescue them.
The guys want to go camping, but Gustavo nixes the idea because it's dangerous. Instead they use their connections to camp on a sound stage, but things go awry as the guys try to show off their roughing it skills.
Carlos thinks of the sweetest video idea ever, but a new group stands in the band's way.
When contract problems force Gustavo to take on other projects, he badly misses the guys.
Kendall and Logan each try to perfect the Caveman Dance.
Check out BTR's animated, Chipmunks style Christmas jam, featuring rhymes by Snoop Dogg!
James wasn't always a big time stud. See how looked as a kid when his secrets are exposed!
Logan Henderson wants to give a really huge shout to his favorite Sparky! And his 2nd favorite, and his 3rd favorite...
The boys have a camp-off with the Jennifers!
James' mom has such a strong hold on him, it takes a power chord from rock legend Lita Ford to snap him back to reality.
A musical brawl breaks out between the boys when Logan disses Carlos's new song, "Oh."
The BTR boys' smelly prank backfires, and gets Gustavo just a little bit peeved.
While trying to beat their bad luck, the boys accidentally push Jordin Sparks down a well.
The BTR boys are being shipped back home and Jo wants to give Kendall a proper goodbye kiss.
BTR performs "Nothing Even Matters" with a twist of old-school flavor at the prom.
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