Monday, August 17, 2009


When Carter comes clean about his infidelity, Kaylie takes off on the night before departure for Nationals and the girls must track her down before it’s too late, in “Where’s Kaylie?,” an all-new episode of MAKE IT OR BREAK IT, premiering on ABC Family tonight (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT).

After the disastrous party at the Cruz mansion, no one is in the right mind to focus on Nationals. Payson, feeling vulnerable with her back injury, is defensive about her position on the team; Emily is struggling with the re-appearance of Chloe’s old boyfriend, Joe (guest star Brad Rowe); Lauren faces the possible return of her mother; and Kaylie is miserable about the fight between her father and Carter. But when Carter comes clean to Kaylie about his infidelity, Kaylie disappears. Having to put their own worries and issues aside, the other three try to track her down to make sure she doesn’t miss Nationals and her only shot at the Olympics. But can they find her in time and become the unbeatable team they need to be to dominate at Nationals?

Meanwhile, Sasha is tipped off to Carter’s extra-curricular gym activities and puts down a firm hand.

MAKE IT OR BREAK IT stars Chelsea Hobbs, Ayla Kell, Josie Loren, Cassie Scerbo, Zachary Burr Abel, Peri Gilpin, Candace Cameron Bure and Susan Ward.

MAKE IT OR BREAK IT is executive produced by Holly Sorensen, Paul Stupin and John Ziffren, along with co-executive producer Joanna Johnson.


  1. Joanna Johnson, former Caroline from B&B, is the executive producer of "Make It or Break It." That's great to see a former soap actress being successful like this.

    Lately, I've been reading about a number of former soap stars who've fallen on hard times, unable to make a living in show business.

    As for "Make It or Break It," I did try to watch an episode but found myself not enjoying watching another show about teenaged mean girls and their parents.


  2. BTW, I was surprised to see that We Love Soaps didn't cover two of this summer's primetime soaps, "Kings" and "Defying Gravity."

    "Kings" was great!

    "Defying Gravity" tried to hard to be "Grey's Anatomy" in space. It could have done a better job by focusing more on the sci-fi and drama instead of the melodrama. This would have balanced the show. "Battlestar Galactica" was one of the best nighttime soaps because it subversively turned used the backdrop of science fiction to tell very soapy stories within an intense setting.

    Similarly, I'd also add "True Blood" as a summer soap that should have been covered. It's just "Dark Shadows" revamped.