“Dog With A Blog” Episode “My Parents Posted What?!” Airs On Disney Channel August 11, 2013

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“My Parents Posted What?!” – After Bennett hosts an Internet safety assembly at Avery’s school, a group of popular girls gives her a hard time when they rightly assume she is not allowed to join a social networking site. Attempting to hide the truth, Avery decides to create an account without telling her parents who discover her homepage and ban Avery from the site. In an attempt to teach her a lesson, her parents begin posting silly pictures of themselves on her homepage. However, the plan quickly backfires when Ellen takes the intended lesson one step further and accidentally posts a video message to Avery’s classmates, in an all new episode of “Dog With A Blog,” premiering Sunday, August 11 (8:00 – 8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

The series stars G Hannelius (“Den Brother,” “Good Luck Charlie”) as Avery, Blake Michael (“Lemonade Mouth”) as Tyler, Francesca Capaldi (“A.N.T. Farm”) as Chloe, Beth Littleford (“Crazy, Stupid Love,” “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) as Ellen and Regan Burns (“Wizards of Waverly Place”) as Bennett. Stephen Full (“I’m In the Band”) voices Stan who is played by two talented canine performers, Kuma and Mick.

Guest starring: Kayla Maisonet

“Dog With A Blog” carries a TV-G rating.

Source: Disney Channel

Photo credit for all episode images in this post: DISNEY CHANNEL/RANDY HOLMES

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