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Season Three, Episode Twenty-Two
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Air Date: June 4, 2013
Viewers: 1.45 million, 0.5 rating (18-49)[1]
Recaps: Search Google
Episode Songs: Index
Tell All, Part 2
Two Girls, One Solo
Videos Photos

"Boy Crazy, Mom Crazy" is the twenty-second episode of the third season of Dance Moms. It first aired on June 4, 2013.


Abby plays matchmaker setting Brooke up with the senior dancers. After patching up their friendship, Kelly and Christi face a point of no return when they argue again. Cathy readies her team to take on the Abby Lee Dance Company, but discovers there's a rotten apple amongst the bunch.

Competition Attended

  • Masters of Dance Arts, in Coraopolis, PA, on March 10[2]

Weekly Dances

Abby Lee Dance Company
Dance Name
Dance Style
Bad Girls Jazz 1st in Junior Group
Elissa Beradi
Emily Burkhart
Kevin Cosculluela
Nina Linhart
Elizabeth Rohm
Auriel Welty
Why Not Me? Contemporary 1st in Senior Group
We're All Right Lyrical 1st in Junior Duet/Trio
Mackenzie Boys Like You
(not shown)
Acrobatic 1st in Mini Solo
Paige Get Up, Get Loud, Get Tough Jazz 2nd in Junior Solo
Candy Apple's Dance Center
Dance Name
Dance Style
Jalen Testerman
Zack Torres
Nick Daniels
Gino Cosculluela
Be Strong Jazz 2nd in Junior Group
Gino Cosculluela
Zack Torres
A Young Man Lyrical 2nd in Junior Duet/Trio
Nick Daniels The Bird Acrobatic 1st in Junior Solo


  • Prior to its use here on Dance Moms, Abby already had privately denounced this competition for not really existing, disliking their business terms and treatment of her studio, and blaming the Collins Avenue producers for the competition's use.[3][4][5] Ticket sales for Masters of Dance Arts were already handled by In10sity at the time of these complaints.[6][7] More publicly, she had complained on Twitter about Masters of Dance Arts's age categories prior to Candy Apple Showdown. In10sity would also handle sales for the similar Powerhouse competitions, used in such episodes as Two Girls, One Solo.[8]
  • Photos are available (from the above) of Mackenzie already performing "Boys Like You" prior to this episode; but performance of that dance at this episode's Masters of Dance Arts competition is lacking documented verification (or other explanation) on this page.
  • Nick Daniels stated on Instagram that, for his solo, "they didn't even play it on the right music."[9] This seems to only refer to usual synchronization differences in edited dances (although with an impact arguably exaggerated by the nature of the dance); since the full length video Nick uploaded to YouTube used the same David O'Dowda music.


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