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True Luck (2010)

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True's Uncle Troy who has a history of bad luck takes over as the receptionist at Mad Style, but after True touches him, She now believes that she has inherited his bad luck in exchange of Uncle Troy receiving True's lucky streak. This all comes at a bad time, due to True working on a fragrance for the company. Meanwhile, Lulu begins to have romantic dreams about Ryan, which causes her to be uncomfortable around him. She then tells Mikey J. who challenges Ryan to a boxing match.

Absent: Robbie Amell as Jimmy, Ron Butler as Oscar and Greg Proops as Mr. Madigan

Note: This episode marks the start of season 3. The U.S. iTunes Store has also counted this episode and following episodes as "Season 3" episodes. However, Nickelodeon did not promote this episode as a "season premiere" episode ahead of its airing. Also, when this episode premiered in the UK on Wednesday 8th June 2011, it was be counted as a "2-part special" along with "True Drive" as a 2-part special called "Good Luck True Jackson", even though the episodes are not in production order.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of True Jackson, VP episodes", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.