|Big Time Concert|
|Airdate||August 20, 2010|
|Written by|| Scott Fellows
|Directed by||Savage Steve Holland|
|← Previous||Next →|
|"Big Time Video"||"Welcome Back Big Time"|
Big Time Concert is the 2010-second made-for-television movie of the series film franchise/season one finale for the television series, Big Time Rush. Big Time Concert is the 19th and 20th episodes of season one on Big Time Rush. It's the show's first hour-long special, not counting the pilot episode. It's the season one finale of the show as well. It premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2010 at 8:00 PM ET. This movie included many recurring and guest star roles. It also featured the second and major appearance of Phil LaMarr as Hawk, Gustavo's rival, who appears in Big Time Sparks. In the movie, Hawk is the main villain. Nickelodeon promoted this one-hour special as a movie, but is a two-part episode. The movie focuses on the event of the first CD release and tour for BTR, but before that happens they must rock the concert where chaos ensues proceeding the movie.
The boys are preparing for their first concert in the eye of their first album release. Griffin, the head of the record label, cancels the tour, the concert, and the album, forcing the boys to move back to Minnesota. Their life-long friendship is facing a crisis, in which James gets angry and signs a record deal with Gustavo’s rival. Meanwhile, Kendall, Carlos, and Logan try to fulfill their dreams, which they had before they were formed into a boy band until Gustavo comes back and tells them that the album will be released, that the concert and tour will be held. The boys struggle with getting James back into the band and in preparing for the concert, and time is slowly running out...
|"Finish your rapping!"|
This Episode is a stub. You can help the Big Time Rush Wiki By expanding it! Thanks!!
About the Episode
In the series' first one-hour special, it’s the event of Big Time Rush's first CD release. They go through a lot of hard work, including being trained by Dak Zevon, and being jumped on by a crazy fan. When Griffin, the head of the record label, dashes the boys, dream of being musicians. Kendall and Jo also have their first kiss once she finds out about the news. The boys return to Minnesota to focus on other goals, Logan is working on his dream of being a doctor, Kendall is working on his dream of being a hockey player and Carlos wants to be a Superhero, and James just wants to be Famous so he continues to not talk to the other boys, James is riding his bike and runs into Hawk's car and becomes Hawk's new pop-star to knock Big Time Rush out, only it’s not as it seems as he does not have his own vocals or his own lips! James returns to the boys once he realizes he misses them. The boys bring back the giant turd song and James interprets his famous ending to the song, while the other boys were trying to find a replacement for James. Gustavo and the boys then plan their first big concert. However, right before their sold out concert starts, Hawk, Gustavo's archrival and his assistant, Rebecca, kidnaps the four boys and tries to destroy the band's career. The boys will try everything to escape, including fall down stairs, while tied up in chairs. In the end, they make it to the concert and get a three-record deal, and a worldwide tour, and a Sebastian, which Gustavo does not know what the heck it is, and Kelly made Griffin promise to never do anything like this again, then you see a similar ending like we've seen in Big Time Audition and Big Time Move "And the Musical Journey Continues".
It’s been confirmed by the boys that the Second season will premiere September 24th, 2010.
Production began some time before summer in 2010. On July 2010, it was officially confirmed in the first promo that they wrapped production in their first Big Time Rush movie and it will premiere in August. In the second promo, it was said to air on Friday, August 20, 2010, at 8:00 p.m. ET. In the third promo, part of the movie's plot was revealed. The movie was filmed at Los Angeles in Hollywood and Minnesota. Throughout the movie, several scenes from their real-life concert on June 10, 2010, at Times square are shown. Prior to this, they were filming the real-life Times Square concert to use it as a dream sequence in the movie.
It was confirmed by the people at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards that this is the actual season finale of the first season and that Live from Times Square is a "Behind the Scenes" episode extra made apart from the series.
- This episode is also known as "Big Time First Concert".
- This special marks the first time "This Is Our Someday" is performed rather than played instrumentally.
- Kendall and Jo kiss for the first time on the lips, once she hears the news of the boys going back to Minnesota.
- The boys bring back the famous "The Giant Turd Song". In addition, as if on cue, James returned to the band just in time to sing his famous line in The Giant Turd Song.
- This was the second hour-long special of Big Time Rush right after "Big Time Audition".
- At the end of the episode, Nickelodeon aired a special live concert of Big Time Rush's Times Square performance with behind the scenes extras. It also serves as the 19th episode.
- The ending of the season finale is like the ending of Big Time Audition only the "Begins" to "Continues" is modified. It happens again in "Big Time Move".
- This is the second episode to feature a performance in an audience, the first being "Big Time Dance".
- The premiere also drew 3.342 million viewers and "Big Time Concert" ranked as Friday’s number-one telecast on broadcast and basic cable with kids 2-11 and posted double and triple-digit gains with total viewers (+47%), kids 2-11 (+64%), kids 6-11 (+119%), and tweens 9-12 (140%). Additionally, in the week leading up to the premiere of “Big Time Concert” the Big Time Rush show page on Nick.com hit a record high with 757,000 unique visitors and 3.2 million page views.
- This is the first time we see Carlos as El Hombre Del Flaming Space Rock Man, his alter-ego return in Big Time Superheroes.
- The scene with the boys dreaming about performing on Times Square was made with footage from Big Time Rush: Live from Times Square.
- When Gustavo screams very loud that the world hears him, it shows Chicago, Illinois instead of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- When the boys are having their concert fantasy at the beginning, Logan's eyes are open part of the time
- Gustavo: ...Should I remind them that preparing for a concert will be the hardest thing they've ever done? And that it's not in Times Square?
- Kelly: Oh, let them have their fantasy. They look so happy!
- Gustavo: FINE...i'll give them another minute. Then I'll burst their bubble!
- Carlos: I thought training was fun.
- Logan: That's your concussion talking.
- Carlos: (faints)
- Kendall: I'm not good at goodbyes.
- Jo: Well, then. Here's something to remember me by. (grabs Kendall by the shirt and kisses him on the lips)
- Camille: Wow...she's really good at goodbyes.
- Kendall: I never thought that...our first kiss would be our last.
- Logan: Do I get something to remember you by?
- Camille: Of course. (leans in for a kiss, but then slaps him to the floor. Kendall and Jo look at her, and she shrugs)
- Hawk: Give me the rundown.
- Rebecca: (pointing at a picture of the boys) Logan Mitchell. The smart one. Which means he'll ask questions. (points at Kendall) Kendall Knight. The complete package, but strong headed, hard to control. (points at Carlos) Carlos Garcia. High energy, a good dancer, but wears a helmet for no apparent reason. (points at James) James Diamond. Extra pretty, solid voice, driven beyond belief.
- Hawk: Really?! Well, i'm sticking with the double caw.
- Carlos: Still unnamed superhero!
| Big Time Rush Wiki has|
related to Big Time Concert.
Click here to view the second promo.