While struggling to find a birthday present for Trina(which for her is a whole week), Andre suggests that Tori gives her a song as a gift, and thanks to his help, the song turns out to be quite a fantastic one. Too bad Trina doesn't recognize the song itself as her present. Meanwhile Robbie suffers with his nagging grandmother's struggles to handle the internet and takes Cat along for moral support.
When Beck is spotted by the paparazzi hanging out with a rich and popular young female celebrity, Jade become jealous and breaks up with him, and for some reason Tori finds herself caught between their lover's quarrel. Meanwhile, Trina is about to star in a Streisand-esque one-woman show that makes Legs Diamond look like Les Miserables, and demands that Robbie write a good review of her show on the school's website... or else!
Tori and Trina are on a plane ride which is delayed, and keeps Tori from finishing a homework assignment for script writing class, so she agrees to work on the script through a video chat with the help of Beck, Andre, and Cat. Unfortunateley, all end up facing distractions during the assignment. Among these distractions, Andre has to deal with his crazed grandmother, Beck is distracted by the jealousy of Jade, Cat is distracted by the special effects on her computer, and Tori is distracted by a fight between Trina and a little boy who keeps kicking her back seat.
Tori's friends sing at a local karaoke club, and end up competing with a pair of stuck-up girls who are regular performers there. But regardless of how good they may be competing with those girls proves to be much more difficult than they expect, since one of the girls' father owns the club, and the competition is fixed. Outside of entertainment-related subjects, Tori struggles to take care of Trina after she undergoes dental surgery, while their parents take a trip to Santa Barbara.
When a kiddie-band's private jet crashes somewhere in the mountains, Sikowitz hires Tori, Jade, Cat, Robbie, André, and Beck as their replacements for a four-year-old's birthday party who's father is a friend of his. As embarrassed as all the kids are to be part of this, a video of their silly performance may cost André an important music deal. Can he prove to the music company that he's a legitimate musician, despite his one-time appearance in a goofy costume?
Hollywood Arts has rejected an attempt by Jade to showcase one of her plays, but Tori ends up convincing the owner of her favorite Chinese restaurant to fund it's production at a nearby small theater. However the money does not come without a catch, when the owner insists that Jade transforms it into a musical, and adds her not-so-talented daughter to the cast. The situation is made even worse when Jade invites her disapproving father in an effort to prove that her artistic ambitions are credible.