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What’s Happening on Wizards of Waverly Place

A few weeks ago there was the big and depressing Wizards vs. Werewolves episode on Wizards of Waverly Place. After the episode we had a bunch of you begging for answers, hoping that everything with Mason, Alex, Justin and Juliet would be cleared up. Well I did promise to give you info once I had it and I finally have something for you – unfortunately it’s not much. Lame, I know.

Anyway, from the looks of things there are two episodes scheduled for Wizards of Waverly place – Positive Alex and Detention Election.

Positive Alex

“Alex has a crush on George, the school’s band leader, but is unable to get his attention because he’s turned off by her sour attitude and unenergetic cheers at the school basketball games. Determined to get George to ask her to the school dance, she casts a spell on herself to become a positive person, but Alex’s newfound optimism turns out to be too much when she starts cheering for the opposing team. Meanwhile, Justin has joined the basketball team and is trying to get a big senior moment captured on video.”

This episode follows up on what Alex said in the ending of Wizards vs. Werewolves. “Promise me we’ll find normal people”

Scheduled Air Date: February 26, 2010

Detention Election

“Justin gets his first detention by being distracted in a class. He’s running the elections, to become the school president for the year. Justin use’s magic to solve the problem but makes an even bigger problem.”

Scheduled Air Date: March 19, 2010

I hate to say it but that’s all we know so far. Hopefully we get some more info on upcoming episodes soon – that way we can all find out what happens to vampire Juliet and werewolf Mason.

If you want a peek at the upcoming episode, Positive Alex, check out the video below. Sadly there’s no actual preview, just photo clips. Booo!

– Moonlight


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moonlight • February 20, 2010


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