In episode 4 of Bunheads on ABC Family, "Better Luck Next Year," Michelle is surprised when a moving truck shows up at her new home carrying not just her personal items from her Vegas apartment, but all the furniture that was there when she moved in. Fanny demands that the furniture be removed immediately due to the upcoming Joffrey auditions being hosted at her dance studio. So Michelle crowds all of the extraneous furniture into her little guest house. Later, Truly helps Michelle decorate her new living space.Elsewhere, Boo is practicing and dieting in preparation for the Joffrey audition. But she is distraught when she discovers her mother bought her a cake even before the auditions that says, "Better Luck Next Year!" on it. Once Sasha hears about the cake and learns that Boo needs new (and expensive) dance shoes before the audition, she steals money from her parents and gets the shoes for Boo. She lies to Boo and says her father bought the wrong size, so they were just going to go to waste.Meanwhile, Fanny learns that Joffrey wants to host the auditions in Ojai so she and Michelle set out on a mission to fix the ballet studio floor in order to impress the Joffrey people. They manage to make the changes just in time for the auditions to be held at Fanny's studio. Boo doesn't make the cut, but thanks to a little creative thinking on Fanny's part, Boo gets to audition a few times and ends up feeling really proud of her audition regardless. Check out the full episode recap with Celestina!Original Air Date - July 9, 2012Bunheads - http://abcfamily.go.com/shows/bunheads?0Celestina - http://www.youtube.com/celestinatvFeatured MusicEric Alexandrakis - "London Girls"Written, arranged, produced, performed, recorded and mixed by Eric Alexandrakis [ASCAP]Published by Minoan Music [ASCAP]About Bunheads:Bunheads is the tale of a Las Vegas showgirl, who impulsively marries a man, moves to his sleepy coastal town, and takes an uneasy role at her new mother-in-law's dance school.From Executive Producer Amy Sherman-Palladino, the creator of Gilmore Girls, the series is headlined by Tony Award®-winning actor Sutton Foster and features Kelly Bishop.