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As Carla’s lies become apparent, she backs away from the crowd on the verge of tears and falls into a fountain, greeted by everyone’s laughter.In a conciliatory gesture, Lola helps her up, and Carla accepts defeat.When the Wilson sisters get minor facial cuts in a car accident, they refuse to leave the hotel.Kevin and Marcus then disguise themselves as Wilson sister look-alikes in order to save their jobs.She also meets Sam (Eli Marienthal), a cute boy who takes a liking to her, and makes enemies with Carla Santini (Megan Fox), the most popular girl in school.When Lola auditions for the school play, a modernized musical version of Pygmalion called “Eliza Rocks”, she is chosen over Carla to play Eliza, and Carla promises to make her life miserable.As she is about to go on stage, her mother wishes her good luck and finally calls her by her nickname, “Lola”.

After Lola’s father arrives, and they explain what happened, Stu gratefully takes them all back to the party, where Ella forgives Lola for lying, and the two girls see Carla, who sees them, as well, and looks upset.

Lola also beats Carla on a dancing video game at an arcade, where Carla reveals that she has tickets to the farewell concert of Sidarthur, who recently decided to break up.

Afraid of being one-upped by Carla, Lola falsely claims that Ella and she have tickets, too.

On the night of the concert, Lola and Ella take a train to New York City, but Lola loses the money for the tickets, and her plan to sneak into the concert does not work.

Lola and Ella finally give up and walk through the city to Stu’s after-show party.The situation is worsened by the fact that Kevin and Marcus have decided to resolve this bust by themselves.



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