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When the men's Olympic champion, Austin Tucker, begins temporarily training at The Rock, egos clash when he tries to move the girls' equipment. To settle the matter between the male and female athletes, Sasha decides the two must compete for gym space, but there's a catch – the girls must perform on the men's apparatuses and vice versa. With Payson unsure about her future in the gymnastics world, Kaylie, Emily and Lauren are forced to face the men on their own. Will they be able to beat the boys and have the gym they made famous remain theirs? And will Payson choose to fight for her dream, or forever leave the sport that destroyed her?

Episode Title: Battle of the Flexes
Airs: 2010-07-13 at 09:00 pm
  • David Hinckley

    The good part is that the drama should be fun to watch for us. And for the guy at Pizza Shack, too.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Tanner Stransky

    Make It is silly, melodramatic fun--and will score big-time with viewers from the fanatical Shawn Johnson set.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Mary McNamara

    No doubt there will be many lessons about the importance of pulling together and being true to oneself, etc., but Make It or Break It seems prepared to take on not only the obvious Life Lessons but also the crucial undercurrents that move so many lives well into adulthood. And that, as much as the graceful wonder of gymnastics, will make it worth watching.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Brian Lowry

    Not everything works--starting with the split-screen gymnastics footage--but there are enough juicy bits here to forge a solid foundation with plenty of plot tendrils.

    Variety Full Review
  • Ellen Gray

    There's very little that's unexpected in Make It, including the obvious editing of the gymnastics performances. But Emily's a tough character who's easy to root for.

    Philadelphia Daily News Full Review
  • Laura Bennett

    Despite its fancy flips and dizzy floor routines, Make It is unconvincing as a portal into this subculture and numbingly hollow as a commentary on teenage life.

    Boston Globe Full Review