These 20 Hannah Montana Episodes Truly WERE 'One In A Million'

These 20 Hannah Montana Episodes Truly WERE 'One In A Million'

These episodes were definitely the best part of your childhood.
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If you were a kid growing up in the 2000s, you without a doubt were raised watching "Hannah Montana" on Disney Channel. From wishing you had Hannah’s enormous closet and beachfront Malibu house, to crying that she chooses Jake over Jessie, you followed Miley Stewart’s life through the ups and the downs.

Even though narrowing down episodes is nearly an impossible thing to do, I’ve managed to pick out 20 of the most memorable!

20. "Welcome to the Bungle" (Season 3, Episode 8)

When Hannah goes on a talk show and says she doesn’t like carrots, she gets herself caught in a tough situation as kids throughout America suddenly decide they also don’t like the vegetable. Hannah almost revealing her secret and dressing up in a carrot suit make this episode a keeper.

19. "I Honestly Love You (No, Not You)" (Season 3, Episode 20)

When Hannah gets in a ski accident, she hears Oliver say he loves her while he believes she’s unconscious. The misunderstanding gets worked out, and watching all the commotion in the hospital is hilarious.

18. "Ooh, Ooh Itchy Woman" (Season 1, Episode 9)

This is the camping episode, and the viewers get their first glimpse at the Miley/Lilly and Amber/Ashley rivalry. Robby and Jackson trying to catch that mouse is also a great moment.

17. "It’s a Mannequin’s World" (Season 1, Episode 7)

This is the episode with the cat sweater that makes meow sounds when the nose is pressed. It’s also the episode where Miley dressed up as a mannequin to help Lilly guide her dad toward the right birthday gift. Definitely a favorite.

16. "Bye Bye Ball" (Season 2, Episode 21)

When Jackson destroys Miley’s teddy bear, she decides to get back at him by shredding his signed baseball and quickly regrets it. The episode is full of memorable moments as Miley goes through various obstacles to get player Joey Vitolo to sign the ball again.

15. "People Who Use People" (Season 1, Episode 18)

Jake Ryan became a central character in Hannah Montana, and this is the episode where Miley and Jake first kiss. It’s also the one where Miley pretends to date an 11-year-old. Good times.

14. "Lilly, Do You Want to Know a Secret?" (Season 1, Episode 1)

This episode is pretty good for being a pilot, and Lilly finds out that Miley is Hannah Montana after sneaking in her dressing room. Miley dumping ketchup on her hands when talking to Corbin Bleu is also a classic moment.

13. "You Gotta Not Fight For Your Right to Party" (Season 2, Episode 6)

Miley’s love/hate relationship with Jackson is one of the best parts of the show, and this episode fully showcases that. The pair being forced to wear sumo suits and share a bathroom allows for some hilarious scenes.

12. "Promma Mia" (Season 3, Episode 14)

I miss the days when my biggest struggle was wondering whether Miley would choose to go to the prom with Aaron over singing a duet with David Archuleta.

11. "Test of My Love" (Season 2, Episode 27)

Miley falls for a rich kid named Trey and takes him and his snobby parents to her house to prove that she’s not just a “southern hillbilly.” Robby and Jackson’s efforts at helping Miley out make this episode one of my favorites.

10. "The Way We Almost Weren’t" (Season 2, Episode 23)

This episode featured one of the show’s most unique storylines, as Miley gets hit by lightning and flashes back to the moment her parents first met. She and Jackson learn more about their past and become more appreciative of Robby.

9. "Sleepwalk This Way" (Season 2, Episode 11)

Miley begins having a hilarious sleepwalking problem after lying to her dad that she liked the song he wrote for her. The whole cast gets involved in this plot, and Miley finds out the song she had found was actually her childhood poem.

8. "Mascot Love" (Season 1, Episode 8)

There’s no way to forget Miley dressing up as school mascot “Pirate Pete” while Lilly surprisingly makes the cheer squad. Jackson pretending to be a plumber and fix the house sink is also a great moment.

7. "I Want You to Want Me…to Go to Florida" (Season 2, Episode 13)

This episode is a surprisingly moving one involving Miley and Robby and features Selena Gomez as Hannah’s rival Mikayla. Roxy’s efforts to fix Robby’s hurt back are also hilarious.

6. "Don’t Stop Till You Get the Phone" (Season 2, Episode 17)

In this episode, Miley sells a bad paparazzi shot of Hannah in order to get money for a new Z Phone, only to find that the picture features a necklace with her name on it. Miley and Lilly dressing up in uniform and giving the Rock a facial was a prime TV moment.

5. "I Will Always Loathe You" (Season 2, Episode 20)

I included this episode for the sole scene of Mamaw and Dolly fighting backstage while Hannah accepts her award on live TV. Iconic.

4. "Get Down, Study-Udy-Udy" (Season 2, Episode 4)

“We're doin' the bone dance/We study the answers/Again and again 'til I get it right/We're doing the bone dance/Ya dance and you'll learn it/And we won't mess up this test/We'll get it perfect.” This episode truly changed the game.

3. "Bad Moose Rising" (Season 1, Episode 26)

If you remember anything about Hannah Montana, you probably can recall Miley’s pants exploding with stuffing and her wearing a moose suit to the Hannah fashion show.

2. "He Could be the One" (Season 3, Episode 18)

Even though I’m not as big a fan of the later episodes of the show, this one’s a winner. Still confused as to why she had print-out photos of Jake and Jessie, and forever wondering why she chose Jake.

1. "Me and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas and Mr. Jonas" (Season 2, Episode 16)

This episode literally makes me laugh out loud, and it is "Hannah Montana" and Disney Channel in its prime. The “Milo and Otis” disguises and inclusion of the Jonas Brothers make this the best episode of the show hands-down. Also- “This is Jackson Rod Stewart hopping my way to history.” That should ring a bell.

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To The Nursing Major During The Hardest Week Of The Year

I know that no grade can possibly prove what kind of nurse you will be. I know that no assignment will showcase your compassion. I know that no amount of bad days will ever take away the empathy inside of you that makes you an exceptional nurse.

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To the Nursing Major During Finals Week,

I know you're tired, I know you're stressed, and I know you feel like you can't go on. I know that no part of this seems fair, and I know you are by far the biggest critic of yourself. I know that you've thought about giving up. I know that you feel alone. I know that you wonder why in the world you chose one of the hardest college majors, especially on the days it leaves you feeling empty and broken.

But, I also know that you love nursing school. I know your eyes light up when you're with patients, and I know your heart races when you think of graduation. I know that you love the people that you're in school with, like truly, we're-all-in-this-together, family type of love. I know that you look at the older nurses with admiration, just hoping and praying that you will remain that calm and composed one day. I know that every time someone asks what your college major is that you beam with pride as you tell them it's nursing, and I know that your heart skips a beat knowing that you are making a difference.

I know that no grade can possibly prove what kind of nurse you will be. I know that no assignment will showcase your compassion. I know that a failed class doesn't mean you aren't meant to do this. I know that a 'C' on a test that you studied so. dang. hard. for does not mean that you are not intelligent. I know that no amount of bad days will ever take away the empathy inside of you that makes you an exceptional nurse.

I know that nursing school isn't fair. I know you wish it was easier. I know that some days you can't remember why it's worth it. I know you want to go out and have fun. I know that staying up until 1:00 A.M. doing paperwork, only to have to be up and at clinicals before the sun rises is not fair. I know that studying this much only to be failing the class is hard. I know you wish your friends and family understood. I know that this is difficult.

Nursing school isn't glamorous, with the white lab coat and stethoscope. Nursing school is crying, randomly and a lot. Nursing school is exhaustion. Nursing school is drinking so much coffee that you lose track. Nursing school is being so stressed that you can't eat. Nursing school is four cumulative finals jam-packed into one week that is enough to make you go insane.

But, nursing school is worth it. I know that when these assignments are turned in and finals are over, that you will find the motivation to keep going. I know that one good day of making a difference in a patient's life is worth a hundred bad days of nursing school.

Keep hanging in there, nursing majors. It'll all be worth it— this I know, for sure.

So, if you have a nursing major in your life, hug them and tell them that you're proud of them. Nursing school is tough, nursing school is scary, and nursing school is overwhelming; but a simple 'thank-you' from someone we love is all we need to keep going.

Sincerely,

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The 7 Best Pieces Of Advice I Have Been Given About Life

Some of the best advice I have been given over the years...

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There isn't a central theme among these pieces of advice or sayings. They are all just random things I have been told over the course of my life–especially in the last week. I find these 7 to be particularly helpful in various situations, and try to keep them in mind when I am in over my head.

1. "Don't be afraid to advocate for yourself because there is nobody who is going to help you more than you."

You are the #1 person who can help your own case. No one knows you as you do, therefore no one will be able to help you more than you can help yourself. A lot of things are mental, so once you can convince yourself that you deserve something (whatever it may be) you can convince anyone. Another saying goes along with this, on the flip side: "No one can diminish you but yourself." You are in control of your own self-perception, and you are very much capable of being your own worst enemy.

2. "Stand behind your reputation because you can never get it back."

My mom sent this to me the other day. Be who you are, and do it proudly. Especially with meeting people for the first time, you can never have a second chance at a first impression. That being said, if people view you in a bad light, figure out why that is and fix it. You may not be able to change someones initial thoughts of you, but you can change the way they view you after that.

3. "The best things in life happen unexpectedly."

"Life is what happens when you're busy making plans," also goes along with this. Trying to plan out every little detail of your life is only going to lead to disappointment. Sometimes you find the best things/what you're looking for when you're not actually looking. Just go through the motions and things will work out the way they are supposed to.

4. "Be proud of your accomplishments, no matter how small."

It's important to celebrate the little things. Did you go to class today? Good for you. Did you decide to drink water instead of a soda? That's awesome. How are you going to work up to doing bigger and better things if you don't have anywhere to start?

5. "Whatever you're stressing about now probably won't matter in five years."

As someone who is often eaten away by their own worry and anxiety, this is a mantra that I try to constantly remind myself. While it may seem like a big deal now, you need to keep in mind the bigger picture. Will it matter in 5 hours? 5 days? 5 months? And so on. If the answer is no to ANY of these questions, it's probably not worth beating yourself up over.

6. "Stop being the 'go to' person for someone you can't go to."

Someone tweeted that their pastor said this to them and the tweet went viral. A friend of mine sent it to me, and it really made me think. Something I have struggled with over the years is making excuses for people who don't show up for me when I am constantly there for them. This is a helpful reminder that if they aren't contributing to you and your life, you shouldn't have to bend over backward to help them out and be in their lives.

7. "Two wrongs don't make a right."

While this is often a saying that parents use on their young children, it is applicable to pretty much any stage of life. My parents, especially my dad, have constantly said this, whether it was in reference to fighting with my siblings or dealing with people at school. Even as a 20-year-old, I find myself saying this when I hear about arguments and problems people are having. Everyone wants to get even, to best those who hurt them. While it's important to stick up for yourself, it is also important to be the bigger person and not stoop to their level (and whatever else your parents told you in these situations).

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