List of The Naked Brothers Band Episodes - Episodes - Season 3: 2008–09

Season 3: 2008–09

The Naked Brothers Band: Season 3
Episode ID Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code
29–30 "Mystery Girl" Jonathan Judge Polly Draper October 18, 2008 (2008-10-18) 301-302/ 995
The Naked Brothers Band is making a major motion picture, but it's far from quiet on the set as Nat grapples with why his girlfriend, Rosalina, is trying to get herself written out of the script. To Nat's dismay, he discovers that Rosalina is about to leave on a six-month cruise around the world, her prize for winning a music competition. Meanwhile on the set, Alex freaks out when he discovers that his part in the movie calls for him to kiss his skateboarding buddy, Juanita. Nat has to kiss his co-star star, actress Miranda Cosgrove, who plays herself.
Songs Performed: "Blueberry Cotton", "Scary World", "Face In The Hall", "I Don't Want To Go To School", "Your Smile"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar, Piano), Alex Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Drums, Piano)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: Miranda Cosgrove
31–32 "Operation Mojo" Polly Draper Michael Rubiner & Bob Mittenthal November 22, 2008 (2008-11-22) 303-304/ 994
When Nat sees a tabloid photo of Rosalina kissing another guy during her round-the-world cruise, he becomes convinced that he is losing her for good and goes into a funk that threatens to prevent him from finishing the movie the band is making. Desperate to snap him out of his gloom, Alex leads Nat into the wilderness, believing that surviving the perils of nature will lead Nat to discover his inner strength and regain his mojo. But with so much at stake, Alex knows that failure isn't an option. So, he enlists the aid of his band mates to clandestinely stage events designed to make Nat believe he is a wilderness hero.
Songs Performed: "I Feel Alone", "Curious", "Got No Mojo"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar, Piano)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
33 "Supetastic 6" Mark Salisbury Michael Rubiner & Bob Mittenthal November 26, 2008 (2008-11-26) 217
This episode is an animated special. The band's superhero alter egos must stop a jazz-playing criminal genius from stealing the world's hair supply. Despite the fact that this is a Season 3 episode, it was produced for Season 2.
Songs Performed: "Little Old Nita", "Body I Occupy"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: Matt Pinfield
34 "Christmas Special" Jonathan Judge Polly Draper December 13, 2008 (2008-12-13) 307
Nat has the holiday blues since Rosalina's letters from abroad have a steadily decreasing number of X's and O's. If Nat doesn't find something to give him the Christmas spirit, it could ruin a benefit the band is holding for "Save the Children", which is hosted by Whoopi Goldberg. Meanwhile, Alex is in a competition with the adorable Timmerman Brothers to create the world's worst online Christmas video.
Songs Performed: "Yes We Can"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Keyboards)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: Natasha Bedingfield, Whoopi Goldberg, Leon G. Thomas III
35 "Valentine Dream Date" Jonathan Judge Magda Liolis and Polly Draper February 7, 2009 (2009-02-07) 308
Nat decides to go on a dating game show. But, Nat's girlfriend, Rosalina, takes a break from her six-month cruise to surprise Nat for a visit, but Nat needs to figure out how to explain to her about the dating game show. Alex also has dating problems himself; Alex helps his babysitter-tutor Jesse get back together with her ex-boyfriend, Abdul, by pretending to be Cupid. Abdul ends up falling in love with Jesse, which causes problems for Alex since he always claimed to be her boyfriend, ever since he was 6-and-a-half-years-old.
Songs Performed: "No Night Is Perfect", "Jesse"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Keyboards) and Alex Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Drums)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: Victoria Justice
Viewers: 3.2 millions
36–37 "Naked Idol" Polly Draper Magda Liolis and Bob Mittenthal March 14, 2009 (2009-03-14) 305-306/ 993

After returning from her worldly travels, Rosalina gets a visit from Michel (Jake Hertzog), the french piano prodigy that Rosalina kissed on her cruise. Michel tries to persuade Rosalina to kiss her "goodbye" and when Nat sees this, he and Michel get into a brawl and Nat proudly almost breaks his finger. When Rosalina gets back, she yells at Nat for hurting Michel. She then breaks up with Nat and quits the band. This leads to the band members starting auditions for the "Naked Idol" television event, which is to find a new bass player, with videos of auditions over the computer and successfully narrow it down to three people. A girl named Kristina becomes the new bass player and Rosalina cries while watching this on TV in her room.

Meanwhile, Alex is depressed because his life is passing him by and hosts an "Al-Expo," which is all about him. The movie ends with a cliffhanger; Rosalina was talking to Michel in the studio, explaining about how she's upset about leaving the band. Michel says that she's too good for the band anyway and Rosalina replies, "You know what, I'm too good for you" and leaves the studio. All the band members—except for Kristina—tell Nat that Rosalina has a change in heart and wants to rejoin the band.
Songs Performed: "The World (As We Know It Today)", "Curious", "Rosalina", "Eventually", "I'm Out", "I Feel Alone"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar, Piano) and Alex Wolff (Drummer, Vocals, Lyrics, Piano)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: David Desrosiers, Tobin Esperance, Dave Atell
38–39 "The Premiere" Jonathan Judge Michael Rubiner & Bob Mittenthal and Polly Draper April 11, 2009 (2009-04-11) 309-310/ 992
The band is going to be on the Red Carpet as they premiere their new movie. It is also a big choice for the band whether to keep their new bassist Kristina or have Rosalina back. In addition, things go awry when Nat tries to find a date for the premiere.
Songs Performed: "Fire", "Run", "Just A Girl I Know", "Little Old Nita"
Music Composed by: Nat Wolff (Lead Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar, Piano)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff
Special Guest Appearance by: Victoria Justice
40 "No School's Fools Day" Rosario Roveto, Jr. Polly Draper June 13, 2009 (2009-06-13) 311
The band is competing for the stinky shoe award. They have to pull the biggest prank ever and whoever wins gets the award. David and Qaasim shave half of Thomas's head but end up getting arrested. Rosalina and Kristina team up with a police officer's daughter and pretend to be different people. Nat pretends to be a mime.
Songs Performed: "All I Needed"
Music Composed by: Alex Wolff (Drummer, Vocals, Lyrics, Piano)
Music Produced by: Michael Wolff, Michael A. Levine
Music Supervised by: Michael Wolff

Read more about this topic:  List Of The Naked Brothers Band Episodes, Episodes

Famous quotes containing the word season:

    She, O, she is fallen
    Into a pit of ink, that the wide sea
    Hath drops too few to wash her clean again
    And salt too little which may season give
    To her foul tainted flesh!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)