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|No Sugar, Sugar|
|Season 2, Episode 30|
|Air Date|| November 2, 2008 (orignally)|
September 20, 2009 (re-aired)
|Guest cast|| Rebecca Creskoff|
Anna Maria Perez de Tagle
|Previous||B-B-B-Bad to the Chrome|
|Next|| Judge Me Tender|
No Sugar, Sugar was supposed to be the 56th episode of Hannah Montana. The title is a reference to the song by The Archies called "Sugar, Sugar."
Miley and Lilly mistakenly believe that Oliver has a crush on the school nurse when they see him giving her candy. When they instead learn that Oliver's secretly dealing with the news of being diabetic, the friends work overtime to keep him away from all things sweet. Meanwhile Robby Ray schemes to keep Jackson's latest girlfriend, Allison (who has been successfully tutoring him, thus raising his grades), from wanting to break up with him.
To cheer Oliver up, Hannah and Lola take Mike Standley III to meet Traci Van Horn for the first time at her Sweet Sixteen-gala. To their shock, the party has a candy theme (making it a literal "sweet" 16), and sugary confections are everywhere. In attempting to keep Mike from temptation, Hannah and Lola cause chocolatey chaos, distrupting the gathering, and ultimately making messy birthday girl, Traci, swear off sweets forever. When confronted by Mike over their behavior, Hannah and Lola confess they know about his condition.
The trio talk things out---Oliver appreciates Miley and Lily's concern for him, but he explains them that while he can still have sugar, he just has to watch how much of it he eats and he has check his insulin and blood sugar levels regularly.
No Sugar, Sugar was supposed to air on November 2, 2008 and be the finale of season 2, but the episode was pulled due to complaints from parents that it was in poor taste. It was aired on Disney affiliates around the world, except in the United States but re-aired on September 20, 2009 in the US. According to Mitchel Musso, the episode was edited, some scenes re-shot, and the episode title was changed to Uptight (Oliver's Alright).
- Miley said that a girl named Pamela was a survivor of the " Oken Natural Gas Disaster of 2006. " This shows that Oliver once had let one rip, hence the 'Natural Gas'.
- Lola told Tracy that no one believes she is 16.
- If the episode did air on November 2, 2008, there could've been a continuity error. Miley and Lilly suspected that Oliver had a crush on the school nurse, but he started dating Joannie two episodes earlier.
- Due to the re-shoots, there are a lot of changes:
- In No Sugar, Sugar, Oliver says that he has diabetes which means he cannot eat Sugar. But in Uptight (Oliver's Alright), he says that he has Type 1 Diabetes, which means he can have sugar as long as he checks his diet and blood sugar.
- In No Sugar, Sugar, Jackson's hair is exactly how it was shown in Season Two but at the end of Uptight (Oliver's Alright), his hair is short as shown in Season Three.
- Milly, Lilly and Oliver look older at Tracy's party in Uptight (Oliver's Alright) than in No Sugar, Sugar.
- Tracy's complaining about "Hannah" and "Lola"'s craving for sugar at the party is different from both versions: No Sugar, Sugar - She got chocolate poured on her and ran off crying "I'm so done with sweet sixteens!". Uptight (Oliver's Alright) - She compained to the leaving guests that she had enough food to feed two whales.
- In No Sugar, Sugar, "Lola" visibly gets a pot belly after eating too much at Tracy's party. In Uptight (Oliver's Alright), both "Lola" and "Hannah" end up bloating themselves up.
- A mother complained in a demand version of 'No sugar sugar' so it had to be re shot and edited.