|Here Comes Treble|
|Release Date:||Thursday, October 20, 2011|
|Previous:||The Bermuda Love Triangle|
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Volume 2, Episode 31: Deuce rocks his musical tribute to Cleo, meanwhile, Frankie's in for an electrifying surprise.
After a good time with Holt Hyde in the last webisode, Frankie Stein tries to convince herself to break up with Jackson Jekyll, but then she sees him in the hallway and is reminded of the fun she had with him. Frankie Stein's imagination runs wild when she creates to smaller versions of the boys she likes, who fight over her love. Before going to the restroom, Frankie Stein said that she needs to clear her mind.
Cleo de Nile is trying to find Deuce Gorgon so she can break up with him. After the dialogue between Cleo de Nile and Deuce Gorgon, the relationship between them was almost over, when Operetta and Daddy'o Long Legs save the relationship by stopping Cleo de Nile so she can hear the song Deuce Gorgon made for her. When Cleo de Nile finally understood what was going on, she was touched by Deuce Gorgon's song and apologizes to him and Operetta.
Frankie Stein and Jackson Jekyll walk into the same hallway Cleo de Nile was in, but then after hearing the music, Jackson Jekyll transforms into Holt Hyde, and Frankie Stein was shocked with what she saw.
- The title is a play on the phrase "Here Comes Trouble." "Treble", meanwhile, is a musical term.
- While Frankie tries to decide on who to pick out of Jackson and Holt, small caricatures of them appear akin to cartoon or comic symbolisms of the conscious's split into two small entities, one an angel and the other a devil, on a person's shoulders.