On the season finale of Bunheads, Michelle Simms (two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster) is hiding a big secret. When the Vegas showgirl-turned-ballet teacher ditches class for an open call in Los Angeles, ballerinas Ginny, Melanie, Sasha and Boo follow her to the big city. But when they get to the audition, Michelle and the girls realize they could be in over their heads. Meanwhile, Sasha recruits Michelle for sex advice, Fanny returns to the dance studio, Scotty (played by Foster's real-life brother, Hands on a Hardbody star Hunter Foster) crashes on Fanny's couch, and Ginny reveals a secret of her own. Check out the highlights from this week’s episode below—and see you next season!
Fanny’s Triumphant Return: "Oh, you’re kidding. I’m gone two weeks, I come back, and you’re in bed with a child who wears flip-flops in public."
Fanny’s Awkward Discovery
Godot: "Can someone hand me a towel or a throw blanket? A dishcloth, maybe? A tea kettle? Baking sheet? A skillet?"
Fanny: "How about some pants? Before the baking sheet and the skillet, how about we find you your pants?"
Confusing Girl Talk
Sasha: "I think we need to consider having sex now."
Boo: "With each other?"
Sasha: "No, with Roman and Carl. Me with Roman, you with Carl."
Sasha’s Sleepover Menu: Pot roast and popovers (no Jiffy Pop)
Michelle’s Audition Jitters
Auditor: "Union, non-union?"
Auditor: "Equity card?"
Michelle: "Yes. I almost forgot it. That would’ve been tragic. For me. You, I assume, could withstand such a blow."
Michelle’s Secret Audition: Open call for a musical adaption of the 1939 movie Dark Victory
Dancing Tunes: "On Broadway" by Stevie Wonder, "Makin’ Whoopee" from Whoopee! by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn.
Broadway Cameo: Seth Rudetsky as Seth, the snarky audition accompanist
Michelle’s Audition Song: "If My Friends Could See Me Now" from Sweet Charity
Michelle's Sex Talk
Sasha: "I know about sex. It’s more like the mechanics of sex. You know, not what goes where, I’m up on that. Penis, vagina, blah blah blah."