Andi Mack (2017–…): Season 3, Episode 16 - One Girl's Trash - full transcript

Andi creates an art project to combat stereotypes; Bowie reveals his true feelings about the wedding; Jonah and Amber are not on the same page with their relationship.

Previously, on
"Andi Mack"...


- What's wrong?
- It's Jonah.

If you're this unhappy,

why don't you
break up with him?

Because I think
I'm in love with him.

- Yes or no. Are you getting married?
- No.

- What's this?
- It's from your mom.

- It's us.
- The night we got engaged.

Do you know what they do at Mint Chip
with the clothes they can't sell?

- They burn them.
- There is one way to settle this.

Oh, whoa. Aah.

Welcome to our sidewalk sale,
where nothing is for sale.

It's all free.

Somebody was just throwing
all these clothes away. Who?

- Mint Chip.
- And which one of you is Mint Chip?

I still don't get
what we did wrong.

We took those clothes
out of a dumpster.

We picked up trash,
and our punishment is... picking up trash.

You call this
community service?

I'm doing hard time
in an allergy minefield.

- My foot is killing me.
- Did anyone bring sunblock?

Wait. I did.

I didn't think
this would be so hard.

They don't sentence
people to 20 hours of fun.

You guys
finding good stuff?

I just found this kite.

- It's garbage.
- Who looks at garbage?

I found some used diapers.
I regret looking.


A pile of paper towel tubes.

Okay if I grab these?

Knock yourself out.

I am
surrounded by craft supplies.

Wait. We get to keep
this stuff. Right?

♪ I'm standing on the edge ♪

♪ And everything I know
oh-oh-whoa! ♪

♪ Has blown away ♪

♪ Life is upside down ♪

♪ But any way it go-o-oes ♪

♪ I'll work it out ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, woah! ♪

♪ Here we go ♪

♪ One, two, three! ♪

♪ I'm ready
for tomorrow ♪

♪ Tomorrow
starts today ♪

♪ There ain't a map to follow ♪

♪ But I'm with you all the way ♪

- ♪ I'm ready for tomorrow ♪
- ♪ Hey! ♪

- ♪ Tomorrow starts today ♪
- ♪ Hey! ♪ "Andi Mack"

♪ There ain't a map to follow ♪
♪ Hey! ♪ Andi Mack

♪ But I'm with you all the way ♪
♪ Hey! ♪ Season 03 Episode 16

♪ All the way ♪
Episode Title: "One Girl's Trash"

Only 17 hours
to go

until our community
is officially served.

Wait, we were
only working

for three hours?

Time does not fly when you're
wearing a reflective vest.

Oh, come on, guys.
It was not that bad.

Really? Your trash
gets a seat at the table?

- Well, where you see trash...
- We all see trash.

I don't. I see treasure.

I'll be back.

Hurry up,
so we can order, okay?

- Hi, there.
- Hey.

I don't know if you'd be interested,
but I called into a radio show

- and won some tickets.
- You did?

- Before you get too excited...
- Too late for that.

- They're tickets to Racer's Edge.
- Yes!

- What is it?
- A go-kart track.

- Want to go?
- I would love you... to!

- I would love to.
- I didn't expect you to be so excited.

It's just you, me, and...
the smell of rubber.

That's all I've ever wanted.
Minus the smell.

Breaking news:
Buffy is hungry.

Hangry. I'm hangry.

Here you go.

We haven't even
ordered yet.

It's a... preliminary estimate.

- How can you estimate if we haven't...
- Just take it.

She really needs to find
a different line of work.

- I should go talk to her.
- About what?

Oh, uh, this estimate
is way off.

I'll be quick.
Watch my bag.

Great. No food, and now,
we're trash-sitting.

- What's going on?
- Jonah asked me to go-kart with him.


I guess?

Is that why I'm here?

I told him, "I love you."

You said those words?

Not intentionally.
It just kind of slipped out.

But guess what?

He smiled.

Well, that's
just what he does.

He's the only known person
with resting happy face.

But the point is,
he didn't go...

He did not make those faces.

- Is that why I'm here?
- What if I said it for real?

Told him, I love you.

so that's why I'm here.

I don't know if that's
such a good idea.

I take that back.

I do know that's not
such a good idea.

But how could it ever be a bad
thing to tell someone you love them?

Well, if he doesn't
say it back...?

It doesn't matter.
I want to say it.

And if I want to say it,
I should be able to say it, right?

- Well, I mean, theoretically, but...
- But I'm gonna do it!

I feel so much better knowing you
think it's a good idea. -

Have you seen my "Don't
Hate, Meditate" T-shirt?


I thought
I left it...

In my defense,

it was just laying around
looking so soft and comfy,

- what else could I do?
- Not a very compelling defense.

I throw myself
on the mercy of the court.

Where's your ring?

Oh. It's
right there.

I took it off so it wouldn't
fall down the drain.

Should we still be
wearing these?

Yeah. Why wouldn't
we wear these?

They're engagement rings and...

we're not engaged

Well, not technically,

but we gave each other great
rings because we love each other.

Why would we ever
take them off?

Yeah, you're right.
Let's keep them.

You know,
this doesn't mean

you can keep
my T-shirt, right?

- Mm, just keep hugging.
- Okay.

So, each of you
has a slip of paper

with your classmate's
name on it.

When you look at that person,
what's the first thing you notice?

Physical appearance,

But we're all
so much more than that.

In this exercise,
I want each of you to describe yourself

as that person,

without saying a name,
or what you look like.

Who would like
to go first?

I'll go.
This sounds fun.

Oh. I moved here
from Philadelphia.

I am a gamer,
and I read graphic novels.

- That's... That's me.
- Harris Gurney.

Well-done, Andi.
You're next.


I'm the
coolest girl at Jefferson.


I don't know
this person well.

I threw a really
cool party once.

Um, I'm probably good
with computers.

And I play the violin
or piano?

- Is it Andi?
- No, that's... that's not me.

Andi Mack.

described me,

it was like,
this girl's Asian,

so here's a list of all the
Asian girl things she must do.

And then the whole class guessed "Andi!"
right away because... Asian.

- Even the kids who know you?
- Maybe that's how they see me.

Ms. Frankel used it as a
teachable moment about stereotypes,

which was about
as much fun as it sounds.

What about the school
dress code protest, Kristina?

You're wearing leggings,
you have me to thank for that.

She probably thought
she was complimenting you.

People say hurtful things
without even realizing it.

I've known some of these kids
since kindergarten.

It's just so weird to think that
when they were looking at me,

they were never
really seeing me.

That's the most
upsetting part of it.

It's horrible.

But what are you
gonna do about it?


Details to come.

What smells
so delicious?

Four-cheese lasagna.

- Say it again.
- Four... cheese... lasagna.

Where's Andi?

She's doing her project
in AndiShack.

So it's just gonna be
you and me.

Oh. A romantic dinner
for the newly-not-weds?

Oh, that reminds me...

What do you think
we should do with... this?

Oh, I want to keep that.
Don't you?

Of course.
But where?


Oh, I don't know.
It's so visible.

Well, I don't want it
to be invisible.

- Maybe Andi would want it in her room?
- Yeah!

- Yeah?
- We should probably ask her first.


That's the cheese calling.
You're still hungry, right?


Uh, yeah. Mm.


Hey. Come in.

It's gonna be
one heck of a bracelet.

This is going to be
big, Cyrus.

- It's going to be big.
- A big what?

Well, that I don't know yet.

All I know is
that it's going to be...

Big, right. Got it.

I brought the things
you asked for.

Here's the prison outfit.

The social experiment

The wig that I wore
at your party.

This is great.

Oh, what about The Spoon?
Did you bring anything from The Spoon?

You already have so much.
Do you really need more?

Well, I don't know yet
if I need it.

All I know is
that I might need it.

♪ What I feel now,
behind the wheel now ♪

♪ Like I could fly in the sky,
it's so real now ♪

♪ I got control now,
rock and roll now ♪

♪ A heightened state
in my soul now ♪

♪ Yeah, I'm on fire ♪

♪ Yeah, and I'm no liar, baby ♪

♪ Yeah, I'm burnin' rubber ♪

♪ Ha-ha! ♪

You lapped me.
How did you do that?

- Have you done this before?
- Never. I just like to go fast.

That's cool.

You are...
so fun to hang out with.

So are you.

You're, like, the most fun
person I've ever hung out with.

Like, I would hang out
with you every day if I could.

I love you.

- What?
- I said... I love you.

"Round two"?

That's exactly
what I said.

The takeaway is,
don't tell someone you love them

on a go-kart track.

Honestly, maybe
it's for the best.

I mean, you can always tell
Jonah that you love him,

but you can never
un-tell him.

That's true.

And I really don't want to
mess it up with him this time.

You're not. You just had a great date.
Focus on that.

You're very wise.

I know.

- Bye.
- Bye.

♪ If you ask me
how the world should be ♪

♪ Then people would live
in harmony ♪

♪ Oh, what
a beautiful world ♪

♪ What a beautiful world ♪

- Hey.
- Hey.

Do you have a Frisbee
you could spare?

I need one for this
thing I'm making.

Sure. What color?

- Uh... blue?
- I only have green.

Oh. Perfect.

Uh, I'm procrastinating.

Do you wanna split
a milkshake at The Spoon?

No. Amber might be working.

Are you avoiding her?



She loves me.

- How do you know that?
- She told me... at the go-kart track.

I'm pretending like
I didn't hear her, but...

that only works once.

What if she says it again?

I could try a coughing fit.

At some point,
I'm gonna have to respond.

Well, just because she says it,
it doesn't mean you have to.

Oh, I'm-I'm not
gonna say it back.

I still don't like saying
the word "girlfriend."

Why can't it just be fun?
Why does it have to be love?

Well, for some people, like
Amber, they're the same thing.

If that's
how she feels, then...

I don't know.

I'm gonna have
to break up with her.


- Bowie.
- Bex.


- What are you doing here?
- What are you doing here?

- I asked you first.
- Did you, though?

Can we roll the tape?

Wouldn't that be great if there
was actually a tape, though?


Your mom asked me
to repot this African violet.

- And I'm returning my wedding dress.
- What?

I mean, since I'm
not gonna be wearing it.

Yeah, yeah. No sense
in keeping it then, I guess.

I just...
I never got to see it.

- Do you want to see it?
- I thought it was bad luck.

Only if we were
getting married.

Which we're not.

It's... Yeah, show me.

What's wrong?

This was a bad idea.

You don't like the dress?

No. I...
I don't like the dress.

I love the dress.

And I want to see you
in the dress.

And I want Andi...

to wear the dress when
she gets married one day.

And now none of this
is ever going to happen,

because we're not
getting married.

Do you wish we were?


Why didn't you
say something?

I thought I made it clear the
first time I proposed to you.

And when I came back early
from our world tour

so I could propose
to you again.

When I said,
"Let's not get married,"

you said,

And it's clearly
not okay.

It is.
It is okay.

Because it's what you want.

I want you to be happy.

I want you
to be happy, too.

I am.

I am.

I just never thought...

seeing a wedding dress
could actually... hurt.

♪ It's how we heal ♪

♪ All of the cracks
and scars... ♪

I gotta do... this.

♪ And ignored the signs ♪

♪ Should have known
her heart was on the line ♪

♪ You, ooh, ooh, ooh,
ooh ♪

- "Trashing stereotypes."
- "Do you see me now?"



This is what you've been
working so hard on?

Yep. What do you think?

Well, it's deep.
And wide, and high.

This isn't
the best angle to see it from.

It looks better
from up here.

- Andi.
- Wow.

- That's...
- Stupendous.

- Great work, Andi.
- Thanks.

Trashing stereotypes.

Do you see me now?

- Whoa.
- Whoa.

That really is deep.

I didn't know
you could do this.

Ooh, ooh.
Can you do me next?

- This is gonna change your life, you know.
- Temporarily.

Admit it.
This must feel good.

Yeah, it does.

It's my 15 minutes of face.

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- Where did you learn to do this?
- Nowhere.

- It's basically a collage.
- Just check your email.

- What am I looking at?
- Shadyside Academy of Visual Arts.


T's an art school.

I think...
you should apply.

This is Rachel.
My girlfriend.

Oh, you're real!

- I'm sorry, what?
- That was unpleasant.

- I'm happy for him.
- Is that about you?

Who is she?