In "I’m In The Band," Tripp Campbell joins his favorite "vintage" rock band, Iron Weasel, and becomes determined to help the band he idolizes make an epic comeback. He’s certainly got his work cut out for him with the trio of rock star misfits whose stars have fallen so far that they can’t even afford their own housing and are forced to share bunk beds in a guest room at Tripp’s house. Nonetheless, in their own off the wall way, the three stooges will do their best to help Tripp steer through his teenage years with the goal of turning him into a bona fide rock star and giving him the chance to live out his dream.
Izzy's dreams come true when one of the band members looses their voice and she fills in.
Iron Weasel goes too far with "Prank Week" and embarrasses Tripp in front of the whole school.
When Tripp Campbell wins a radio contest to meet his favorite band, Iron Weasel, he lands a spot as their new guitar player. Unfortunately, things take an unexpected turn when the band moves into Tripp's house.Watch Now:iTunes
Iron Weasel's former guitarist "Bleed" comes back to try and get back in the band by taking Tripp's spot.
Career day is coming up and Beth and Izzy are excited. But, Tripp isn't. Also, the magazine Cool Awesome wow gets a new Cover
Iron Weasel is about to perform a major concert, but unfortunately for them they keep getting delayed. When their van breaks down, a pregnant woman, claiming to be a big fan, picks them up. However, things go from bad to worse when she goes into labor on their way to the concert.
Cole and Dylan Sprouse from "The Suite Life On Deck" guest star on an episode of "I'm In The Band". Iron Weasal get to preform on the S.S. Tipton.
Iron Weasel and Tripp decide to film a music video. However, things get out of hand when they choose Tripp's school as the place to film it at. Being called an idiot for the last time, Ash decides to quit the band and becomes the new high school janitor.Watch Now:iTunes
Tripp gets dumped by Lana, the prettiest girl in his class so he's inspired to write a new song, "I Wanna Punch Stuff." Meanwhile, Tripp surprises his band mates with a visit from professional mixed martial arts fighter and former roadie, Ernesto the Besto, who unbeknownst to Tripp, has a bone to pick with Iron Weasel.Watch Now:iTunes
The band accidentally burns down Tripp's house.Watch Now:iTunes
The band decides to turn Beth's house into a rock star playground while she is out of townWatch Now:iTunes
A Mystery Theater Dinner is under way and the band is not aware it's all for fun.Watch Now:iTunes
Iron Weasel is challenged with writing a new song for their record producer Simon Craig, while taking care of his son, Charles, who happens to be their number one fan. Charles claims to be an even tempered kid now, but the guys are suspicious of his behavior.Watch Now:iTunes
The band creates a reality show but soon they find it is a lot of work.
Tripps books an interview for the band. But, a detention stands in the way. Meanwhile, Beth takes a self defence class
Tripp's archeologist dad returns, but is taken captive
When Tripp finds out that Arelene, an annoying classmate, has a record producer for a father, he takes her out on a date in order to help out the band. However, a new Iron Weasel demo called "Annoying Arlene" accidentally falls into her hands. It's now up to the guys to get the CD back before anyone hears it.Watch Now:iTunes
Tripp gets back with Lana and encourages her to be less materialistic. But with Lana's new attitude means that she will not splurge money unnecessarily, that includes not hiring Iron Weasel for her birthday party and multiple monthly parties. Derek, Burger and Ash come up with a plan to try to change her attitude by throwing a party for Izzy to make Lana jealous.
The band tries to prove that they are still rock stars with a plan even after being beaten by a band of look-alike little people.
Iron Weasel enters a televised rock off in order to "out rock" the reigning champions.Watch Now:iTunes
Iron Weasel challenges its rivals to a contest to determine who will play at the school dance
Trip's Principal does not want his daughter anywhere near him or the band. Trip can't keep away from her.
A problem arises for Iron Weasel when their new move, the "Weasel Slap", is uploaded on video by Tripp. With this, Iron Weasel's reputation is compromised when a fan gets injured while performing the new move.Watch Now:iTunes
Izzy runs for school president
Iron Weasel decide to record a charity single for Tripp's grandmother's retirement home. But when the band purposely spends the money from the song on a sky-diving trip, They must perform community service to pay off their debt to the home.Watch Now:iTunes
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