Hannah Montana (2006)
Miley is forced to make an unwanted trip down memory lane after Robbie has her room redecorated. Jackson becomes a believer in the golden rule once he lays eyes on his new neighbor.
Hannah enrolls in Seaview High after a mix up prevents Miley from attending the school for her senior year. Siena invites Jackson for an evening on the town.
Miley is finally ready for Robbie to start dating again. Jackson eagerly awaits his first kiss from Siena.
When Siena sees Hannah Montana outside the house, Jackson threatens to tell Siena the secret against Miley's wishes. Meanwhile, Robby uses fishing to get Rico to relax.
Oliver comes to visit Lilly and shows her a picture of Jake cheating on Miley. They try to keep this news from Miley, but when Miley says she wants Jake to come visit, they decide to tell Miley the truth.
Robbie's feelings are hurt when Miley starts spending less time with him.
Blue Jeans and Lilly are accidentally injured on a ride through the woods. Jackson tries to share Siena's interest in reading, but he finds that her choices in literature are vastly different from his own.
After having music block, Miley finally becomes inspired, from the sounds that she hears around the pier.
"I'll Always Remember You" is the ninth episode of the fourth season, and 94th overall episode, of the Disney Channel sitcom series Hannah Montana. It was written by Andrew Green and Maria Brown-Gallenberg. It originally aired on November 7, 2010. The episode title is a reference to the Hannah Montana song "I'll Always Remember You". The one-hour episode is notable for being the first time Miley Stewart admits her secret to the world that she is Hannah Montana. The episode features three original songs: "Barefoot Cinderella", "I'll Always Remember You", and "Wherever I Go." This episode is also notable for being the last time that Hannah Montana and Lola Luftnagle are featured in an episode, with Miley Stewart becoming the main focus of the show for the remaining episodes.
Miley explains to a TV interviewer what really went on during the years she lived a double life.
Miley deals with her new life as a celebrity and finds her way back to the stage with help from her aunt Dolly.
When graduation day arrives, Mamaw is disappointed that she couldn't even get a picture with Miley because of her fans. When fans begin to surround Miley, Mamaw becomes distraught that her granddaughter is caring more about her fans than her own grandmother. Meanwhile, Rico tricks Jackson into saying that he wouldn't be into Siena if she had short hair.
"Wherever I Go" is the series finale and 98th episode of the award-winning Disney Channel sitcom series Hannah Montana. It was written by the show's executive producers, Michael Poryes and Steven Peterman. It originally aired on January 16, 2011 in the United States on the Disney Channel, and later aired in Canada on March 18, 2011 on the Family Channel. The episode title is a reference to the Hannah Montana song "Wherever I Go". The episode also marks Mitchel Musso's second appearance as Oliver Oken in the show's fourth season.