| "Ready as I'll ever be."
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When Julie uses school property for her latest art project, Principal Durani deems it vandalism and wants her to dismantle the work. Julie sees this as an attack on her artistic freedom and organizes a protest, which Durani swiftly ends. He then decides to contact Julie's parents—who are unaware their daughter is attending Keaton— but they don't pick up so he demands that they will wait until they finally pick up. Scarlett waits outside for Julie but grows impatient and pulls the fire alarm which forces Principal Durani to let Julie out of the office. Later he becomes more suspicious when he finds no information about Julie's parents on file.
With the dance class focused on their mid-term routines, Maria has the class doing some different, fun choreography. This upsets Vanessa because she thinks that Maria is getting back at her for overhearing what Vanessa said about how Maria turned out to be a disappointment, earlier in class. After getting put in the back row, Vanessa confronts Maria which she explains that she is trying to help Vanessa loosen up and recapture her love for dancing, amid the pressure she is feeling as the lead. Later, the students preform their hip-hop dance in the Quad.
A low mark Bianca received on an assignment leaves her unmotivated to work with Jax on their current project. Jax senses she needs a break and has her go outside the classroom to write lyrics. She gets frustrated over when she doesn't seem to know what to write and decides she is going to fail her assignment with Jax, but when she discovers Denzel found and liked one of her discarded sets of lyrics, it raises her spirits.
- Scarlett pulled the fire alarm.
- Bianca was part of the group of the 'zombie' protest organized by Julie.
- Kit is mentioned in this episode.
- Miles, Alya, Kit and Helsweel were seen in flashback.
- Devyn Nekoda as Vanessa
- Alyssa Trask as Carly
- Colin Petierre as Sasha
- Kyal Legend as Julie
- Julia Tomasone as Bianca
- Matthew Isen as Jax
- Isiah Hall as Denzel
- Adrianna Di Liello as Jenna
- Mckenzie Small as Scarlett
- Josh Bogert as Miles
- Aviva Mongillo as Alya
- Romy Weltman as Kit
- Chris Hoffman as Mr. Park
- Jane Moffat as Helsweel
- Main article: Lose Yourself/Quotes