At school, Olivia gets cornered by Ray Beech (Chris Brochu), lead singer of Mudslide Crush. Ray refers to Stella as "lemonade mouth", giving the band its name.The band later discovers the lemonade machine is being removed.We need to talk." The group agrees to chat at Dante's pizza where Stella reveals she signed the band up for Rising Star and the Halloween Bash.
Shortly after, however, things go downhill: Mo gets sick, Charlie breaks his fingers, Wen injures his eye, and Olivia loses her voice.
And all that was left was Stella, who doesn't have an injury.
Angered, Principal Brenigen forbids them from playing at school.
The next day, the band sees posters and banners all around the school supporting Lemonade Mouth, raising their spirits.
Stella calls the band to the school, where she is protesting the removal of the lemonade machine.
The group gets into a heated argument with the men removing the lemonade machine.
Police arrive and they are brought to a holding cell to wait for their parents.
They slowly come together singing "Turn up the Music." The band agrees to perform at Rising Star, after contemplating quitting.
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