Austin & Ally: 'Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath' Stills!

Austin & Ally: 'Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath' Stills!

Ross Lynch yells at Calum Worthy in this new still from Austin & Ally.

In an all-new episode “Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath,” Austin (Lynch), Ally (Laura Marano), Trish (Raini Rodriguez) and Dez (Worthy) are excited to make their first big budget music video.

But when Kira (Kiersey Clemons), a girl with terrible breath, gets hired to play Austin’s love interest, the gang must find a way to finish the video without hurting Kira’s feelings.

“Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath” airs TONIGHT @ 8:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 10+ pics inside…


“Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath” Clip

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Credit: Bruce Birmelin; Photos: Disney Channel
Posted to: Austin & Ally, Calum Worthy, Laura Marano, Raini Rodriguez, Ross Lynch
  • AnonymousGuy08

    Hey, did anybody catch Laura at the 2013 Golden Globes? Because she posted a picture of herself on her Twitter page getting ready for the awards.

  • http://kristina0965 kristina

    The episode is so awesome

  • Shenika Mosmeyer

    Basically, all the food eaten begins to be broken down in your mouth. As foods are digested and absorbed into the bloodstream, they are eventually carried to your lungs and given off in your breath. If you eat foods with strong odors (such as garlic or onions), brushing and flossing — even mouthwash — merely covers up the odor temporarily. The odor will not go away completely until the foods have passed through your body.-;`,

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  • Faustino Garver

    The most common location for mouth related halitosis is the tongue.Tongue bacteria produce malodorous compounds and fatty acids, and account for 80 to 90% of all cases of mouth-related bad breath.”–:

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