He is trained in many dance styles that include lyrical, jazz, tap, hip-hop, contemporary, and ballet.
At the bleachers, Marley meets up with Jake and they perform a mash-up of "(You Drive Me) Crazy" and Aerosmith's "Crazy", as they share a romantic moment.
Jake later hears two students mocking Marley and her mother (Trisha Rae Stahl) and confronts them, leading to a fight.
He has also won the Youth America Grand Prix regional in L. He has also toured with 24 Seven, Jump, and Pulse, which are dance troupes that take dancing to the next level. Ishimoto’s contemporary style is his fans’ favorite.
He is also amazing when it comes to jazz and hip-hop, and can easily capture anyone’s attention with his surprising flexibility.
In New York City, Rachel enlists the help of her friend, NYADA upperclassman Brody Weston (Dean Geyer), to prove to Cassandra that she can be sexy by performing a sultry rendition of "Oops! I Did It Again"; however, the number fails to impress Cassandra.
Rachel accuses her of hating her students because they may have a future in show business, while Cassandra has none, leading an infuriated Cassandra to kick her out of her class.
Special guest star Kate Hudson returns as Rachel's dance instructor, Cassandra July.
The episode was watched by 7.46 million viewers, making it the most watched episode of the fourth season.
Kurt reveals that Cassandra used to be a promising star on Broadway but wrecked her first performance so dramatically due to pressure that no one wanted to hire her again.