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Jonas Brothers: Rockin’ The House Volume 1 :: DVD Review

Jonas Brothers: Rockin’ The House Volume 1 :: DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Sep 09, 2009
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Experience life through the eyes of the world’s most popular trio - The Jonas Brothers - in five first season episodes of JONAS plus two BONUS episodes.

Experience life through the eyes of the world’s most popular trio - The Jonas Brothers - in five first season episodes of JONAS plus two BONUS episodes on the new Jonas Brothers: Rockin’ The House (Volume 1) DVD. It’s out in stores September 22, 2009.


First Season Episodes

Five of the following first season episodes are included on the DVD – which episodes are your faves? Try to guess which shows you’ll see on the DVD!


Wrong Song:Nick’s double-crossed by a girl he likes. After fans rip apart the band’s clothes Stella designs some indestructible outfits.

Groovy Movies:The brothers learn no good deed goes unpunished when they try to make their mom a bday gift.

Slice Of Life:The brothers all like the same pizza delivery girl; their parents worry she’ll come between the brothers.

Keeping It Real:The guys use their celeb status to goof of at school so Sandy comes up with a plan to bring them back down to Earth.

Band’s Best Friend:The guy’s friend Carl is cashing in on the brothers’ fame. Macy borrows money from Stella but won’t tell her why.

Chasing The Dream:The guys lose their backup singer; Macy jumps at the chance to help out – but can she sing?

Fashion Victim:Stella commits a crime of fashion after Joe ruins her chances of going out with a popular jock.

That Ding You Do:Being famous becomes hard for Joe after he meets a girl who hates celebs.

Complete Repeat:Nick’s brothers convince him to repeat one of the worst days of his life.

Love Sick:Joe is worried Stella wants to be more than friends when she asks him to be her date to a fashion event.

Three Musketeers:The guys are bit by the acting bug and join the school production of The Three Musketeers.

Frantic Romantic:A starlet named Fiona will do anything to capitalize on rumors of a fling between her and Joe.

Detention:Joe’s classmate Abby gets detention for something she didn’t do.

Karaoke Surprise:Stella thinks Macy and the Lucas boys are excluding her from their group.

Home Not Alone:The brothers surprise their parents with a weekend getaway and stay home alone for the first time ever.

Forgetting Stella’s Birthday:For her bday Stella wants all her best buds to be there to celebrate with her – no party poopers please!

The Tale Of The Haunted Firehouse:Kevin reads up on the history of the firehouse and starts to believe it’s actually haunted.

Cold Shouler:Kevin’s girlfriend Anya dumps him and Stella sets out to discover why.


Special Features

  • You’ve Just Been Jo Bro’d! Surprising Chelsea Strub
  • World premiere episode on DVD: Beauty And The Beat
  • World premiere episode on DVD: Cold Shoulder

  • Jonas Brothers: Rockin’ The House Volume 1 Rating 3


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