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Scott chases after her and, although she is hurt, he entices her to dance backstage with him, and her anger is forgotten. However, their dance is witnessed by several onlookers, including Shirley and Les, who then do everything possible to persuade both Scott and Fran that the best way forward for all concerned is for Scott to forget about Fran and sign on as Tina Sparkle's partner. Fran, accused of damaging Scott's chances, reluctantly accedes and returns home crestfallen.
Scott argues with his mother, telling her and all he won't be manipulated; essentially, he won't become Tina's partner.
He follows Fran home, where he is discovered and challenged by Fran's overprotective Spanish father, Rico. To appease Rico, Scott proposes that they dance a Paso Doble for the assembled company. Rico and Fran's grandmother Ya Ya demonstrate how the Paso Doble should be danced, and offer to teach the couple.
Fran and Scott spend the next week training, supported by her family. However, Fife intervenes, telling Scott that Doug ruined his career by dancing his own steps, which he's regretted ever since. Unwilling to cause his parents further heartache, Scott reteams with Liz to attempt to win the Pan-Pacific. During the competition, Doug explains to Scott that Fife lied; Fife had convinced Shirley to dance with Les instead of Doug so that he, Fife, could win the competition.
It is also revealed that Fife is plotting to sabotage Scott in favor of audience favorite Ken. Scott runs after Fran and persuades her to dance with him. In the next round, Scott and Fran make their own dramatic entrance and begin dancing, immediately riveting the audience. Fife tries to disqualify them, but Scott's friend Wayne Burns, having overheard Fife's treachery along with his partner Vanessa Cronin, disconnects the PA system , allowing Scott and Fran to dance a Paso Doble routine that impresses the audience.
Desperate, Fife tries to turn off the music, but Scott's younger sister Kylie and her partner Luke interfere until Fife's girlfriend Charm Leachman disconnects the sound system. Fife then disqualifies Scott and Fran, but Doug begins clapping out a beat to enable Scott and Fran to continue dancing.
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