Sonny Munroe has been a part of the So Random! cast for 2 years.

She's loved every second of her rise to fame.

The fashion. The fans. The money. The awards.

The perks.

But, after a misunderstanding with the press, Sonny's forced to return to the one place she never thought she'd have to see again.


"Peter, unless you're here to tell me you've figured out some way to fix this mess, I don't wanna hear it." Sonny groaned into her hands, her dark, brown locks creating a mask around her face.

"Well, lucky for you, Miss-Not-So-Sonny," Peter chuckled at his lame attempt at a joke, which only resulted in Sonny glaring at him from between her fingers. He coughed awkwardly before continuing, "Peter always comes through for you." He grinned widely at her, scooting her over in the chair to settle in next to her. Sonny perked up at the promising words, dropping her hands to her lap and widening her brown eyes.

"Wait, are you telling me you know what to do to get me out of this?" Peter tentatively bit his bottom lip.

"Technically, yes." Sonny narrowed her eyes.

"What does that mean?" She asked, her words dripping with scepticism. Peter sucked in a breath of air through his teeth.

"It means you're going home, Allison."

She'll have to face everything she left behind.


"Allison!" A perky, small child ran down the front steps and threw her arms around Sonny's legs.

"Don't call me that, Tori. My name's Sonny."

Old Friends,

"You left without saying goodbye to anyone. It was like you were here one day, and the next you weren't. You can't just come back home and expect everything to be fine between us! It doesn't work that way, Sonny."

"How come?" She asked, blinking back the tears threatening to fall, ignoring the pitiful tone in her voice.


Their eyes connected from across the room, brown verses brown. Sonny's breath hitched and caught in her throat. The coffee house suddenly seemed too small and stuffy.

Before she could do anything, he turned and ran out the door, nearly knocking over a couple in his haste.

Even herself.

"Sonny, I know you don't like to hear this but," Her mother said soothingly as she caressed her daughter's hair. She smiled reassuringly at her through the mirror. "We all miss the old Sonny. The one who wouldn't ever dream of making her sister cry. The one who I can't even recognize anymore."

A story about self-discovery,

She threw her hand back, her hair falling down her back, and let out a loud, unflattering laugh. Her arms flew out to her sides as she caught the rain in her open mouth.

Facing your problems,

Sonny placed both hands on her hips, her left one sticking out, as she narrowed her eyes in concentration.

Making amends,

"I'm sorry."

And knowing you can always return home.

You can change your hair and you can change your clothes
You can change your mind, that's just the way it goes
You can say goodbye, you can say hello
But you'll always find your way back home
You can change your style, your can change your jeans
You can learn to fly and you can chase your dreams
You can laugh and cry but everybody knows
You'll always find your way back home


Nancy McKeon
Connie Munroe

Selena Gomez
Danni O'Niel

Miley Cyrus
Rae Young

Tiffany Thornton
Tawni Hart

Sterling Knight
Chad Dylan Cooper

Nick Jonas
Aaron Murray

Joe Jonas
Zach Murray


Demi Lovato
Sonny Munroe

Where they know exactly who you are
Where the real you is the superstar
You know it's never too far away

You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home

A/N: Plot line/song sound familiar? Yes, I did borrow some of the basic things from the Hannah Montana Movie (which was a great disappointment for fans of the show). Trust me, it's not going to be exactly like it, just the fact that she has to go and "rediscover her true self". Other than that (and the song) they really have nothing in common.

I even added Miley, not because I wanted to, but because I figured she deserved to be in it since it was her movie and her song.

So, do you think it'll be good? Bad? A tasteless piece of crap that no one should ever read? Let me know what you think in a review.