The boys try to stop the invasion of a British boy band; the boys hire a manager to help Gustavo; a rift forms between the band members.
Lucy releases her album about being dumped by Kendall; James creates an Internet rumor that he and Cher Lloyd are recording a duet.
Kendall tries to keep Jo from knowing that he was with Lucy; Logan lies about being sick so he doesn't have to go to Camille's play; Carlos and James tell a lie to cover their destruction of Gustavo's office.
Griffin gives the boys a 20,000 dollar bonus and wants them to prove him they will spend them with responsibility.
Gustavo books the boys to a lot of painful TV show cameos, but they decide to do no more cameos, until they get booked for "Coco.0", a show Carlos loves and has a pretty main character, Dara.
Big Time Rush is on the way to their concert to San Diego, in tour buses, but they get stuck in traffic.
Palm Woods' prank wars kick off again, and this time the kids battle the adults. Logan pranks himself out and becomes "The Prankster Gangster", supplying prank tools to the kids.
James buys a motorcycle to try to impress Lucy; Kendall teaches Jo how to drive a stick-shift; Carlos and Logan hold on to a childhood treasure.
Logan brings Carlos along to the MCAT test as his good luck charm; James becomes obsessed with relationship quizzes.
The boys have been approached by two huge companies that are interested in expanding the BTR brand a little farther.
At a party at Rocque Records, celebrating the release of their third studio album, Griffin asks the boys about which one of them is going to leave Big Time Rush and break out.
It’s the Tween Choice Awards, and BTR is nominated and booked to close the show! However, their night is in jeopardy when the guys uncover an evil plan to brainwash the audience.