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|The Politics of Dancing|
|Season Three, Episode Fifteen|
|Air Date:||April 9, 2013|
|Viewers:||2.390 million, 0.8 rating (18-49)|
Watch Your Back, Mack
May I Have This Dance?
Abby assigns the girls dances inspired by the political state of America, but all is not fair in politics, especially in the dance world. Maddie and Chloe compete head-to-head, and continuing with the political theme, Abby has the Abby Lee Dance Company vote on who gave the best performance. Forced to sit on the sidelines, injured Mackenzie must watch her coveted spot on the team be taken over by Asia. Problems arise when the flag is used in a group dance. Melissa considers home-schooling her daughters.
|Free the People||Contemporary||2nd in Junior Group|
|Asia||Ready For War||Jazz||1st in Petite Solo|
|Chloe||Am I Here To Stay?||Lyrical||2nd in Junior Solo|
|Maddie||I'm Trying||Contemporary||1st in Junior Solo|
- Nia, Paige, Maddie
- Kendall, Chloe, Brooke, Mackenzie
- Maddie's solo costume was previously used for her solo "Every Little Step" in Season 2.
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