The show saw the five sisters Leslie Porter, Christian Davis, Brittany Johnson, Linda Montez, and Sarah McGinnis, desperate to make it big, offered a chance for success in Miami by their management. Instead, the gang find themselves working in a hotel for Howard and Marvin Borlotti and entertaining the guests of the hotel. They learn to deal with their strong sister bond.
|Title||Original airdate||U.S. airdate||Lambert Sisters song||#|
|"Take Off"||8 April 1999||6 November 1999||"Everybody Wants Ya"
"It's a Feel Good Thing (Buenos Tiempos)"
|The sisters are demoralized by bad management and a lack of decent gigs. However, when they are sent to Miami to perform they see it as their chance to find fame and fortune. The sisters arrives at the Paradise Hotel expecting to live a life of luxury, however, hotel manager Howard has other plans for sisters|
|"Howard's Hotel"||15 April 1999||6 November 1999||"Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree"
|The hotel isn't as glamorous as the sisters' agent promised them. Instead of singing and performing, the sisters have to work as hotel employees, rather than as full-time performers. When Howard does ask the girls to sing, his choice of song is not from their original songs and is not their musical style. The sisters befriends Jayson Connelly, an employee at the hotel and an aspiring filmmaker, and Derek Mayer, Jayson's best friend. Jayson films the sisters' performance.|
|"The Blue Chevy"||22 April 1999||12 November 1999||"Down at Club Lambert"||3|
|The girls persuades Howard to pay them decent wages and sell them his spare car, which promptly breaks down. Laura and Sarah decide to secretly take parts from Howard's Red Chevy and put them in their own car (a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible).|
|"Wind Resistance"||29 April 1999||13 November 1999||"Everybody Wants Ya"||4|
|With a hurricane on the way, Howard leaves Katie in charge of the hotel and the Hawaiian Luau party he's planned for its guests. Unfortunately, Katie becomes extremely bossy and forces her sisters to wear grass skirts. As the storm rages, the girls and the boys discover Howard has taken shelter in the basement, and persuade him that the hurricane has passed.|
|"The Man From E.M.I."||6 May 1999||20 November 1999||"Two in a Million"||5|
|The girls are excited to hear that the head of EMI Records is staying at the hotel. Meanwhile, Jessica's upset that her boyfriend hasn't written yet, whilst Cassie becomes angry at her boyfriend, Robert, for writing too often! Cassie decides to break up with him only to discover that her boyfriend is standing behind her! Cassie then fixes her mistake by writing and performing a song dedicating her love for him. During which, he hooks up with the executive woman, who specializes in elevator music.|
|"Alligator"||13 May 1999||26 November 1999||"So Right"||6|
|Howard's finds himself with a date with a swimsuit model and Katie, Jessica, and Laura set about giving him a complete makeover. Meanwhile, The boys and Hannah decide to set their boss's pet alligator, Clint, free. However, they're disappointed when Clint returns. Marvin explains to them that he's a homing (domesticated but allowed some freedom) alligator. Howard's date is a disaster - his dinner partner, Arlene, has no fashion sense. He returns home disappointed, but it appears he's taken his new-found metrosexuality a bit too seriously.|
|"Volleyball"||20 May 1999||27 November 1999||"You're My Number One"||7|
|The sisters give Laura tips on chatting up girls. They're also given a volleyball lesson by some locals, who turn out to be workers at Howard's cousin Hank's hotel. Howard decides to set up a volleyball match between the two hotels and bets that Lambert sisters will lose. Lambert sisters are fuming and do everything they can to win the match.|
|"Alien Hunter"||27 May 1999||4 December 1999||"We Can Work It Out"||8|
|The sisters become the stars of the fictional hit TV series, Alien Hunter; the hotel is used as a filming location. Jayson, dressed as an alien, falls asleep in a laundry truck and wakes up in a busy shopping mall on the other side of the city, where she meets a handsome photographer. Meanwhile, Jayson's mom suddenly turns up at Paradise Hotel and blames Howard for her mysterious disappearance. Meanwhile, Jessica and Sarah have a slight falling out over Jessica's teasing Sarah about her role on the show.|
|"Missing"||3 June 1999||11 December 1999||"I Really Miss You"||9|
|Howard loses the Lambert girls, in a card game, to his cousin Hank, who runs the nearby Sunset Sands Hotel, which seems to resemble what their agent in England promised them. As Hank treats the girls worse than Howard, the band begin to realize that working for Howard isn't as bad as they had thought. With the group away from the hotel, Howard and Marvin's profits are down and they're actually missing the gang, so they set up another card game to win them back. Jayson's ex-girlfriend comes back to his life and the two rekindle their romance. But it turns to devastation when she leaves him again for a modeling career in New York.|
|"Court in the Act"||10 June 1999||18 December 1999||"Bring It All Back"||10|
|Howard erects a sculpture of himself outside sisters' dormitories and gets into trouble with Raylan Crowe from the Department of Labor for employing foreigners at the hotel. In court, the band persuades the judge to let them stay by performing, whilst Howard is fined $5,000. To raise the money, he tries to sell the statue, which crumbles around him.|
|"Bermuda Triangle"||17 June 1999||8 January 2000||"Dancing Queen"||11|
|Wanting to take a day off, Lambert sisters, along with Jayson and Derek borrow Howard's boat and take a cruise back to the 1970s. Along the way they meet Elvis, Madonna and Cher before returning to 1999 where they discover that Howard has changed.|
|"How Deep is Your Love?"||24 June 1999||22 January 2000||"Hope for the Future"||12|
|The group is given a holiday when Howard's hotel is shut down by the Department of Health, so they head to the Miami Seaquarium to swim with dolphins. Rachel meets a photographer who reckons she'd make a good model and Jayson falls for scuba instructor Janeane, who seems to like him too. The others aren't so sure though when they catch Janeane kissing another guy and discover she's also been dating Derek.|
|"Reprise"||1 July 1999||5 February 2000||"Gonna Change the World"||13|
|With their contract with Howard about to end and their deal with their old manager now expired, the gang look back over their time in Miami. They have lunch with Jill Ward (the star of Alien Hunter) and she advises them that they should travel to Los Angeles to make a name for themselves. Howard has a "realization" that maybe he was a little too hard on the Lambert girls and tries to "apologize" to them and persuade them to stay. They refuse because they feel like they will be going nowhere as where they first started, although Howard is much closer to them than before, even sharing an emotional goodbye with them. Jayson and Derek quit as well. Jayson's mother advises him to travel, after he has been put on the waiting list to the film school he applied. As the sisters leave Howard, Marvin, and Miami, they run into Jayson and Derek, who had left the hotel and are going to travel. They asked if they can join them, which the girls accepts. At the end of the episode, they have to decide between moving on to Los Angeles or returning to Santa Barbara to renew their expired management deal or split up as a group when they come across an intersection between the airport and the road to the LA. At the last second, they turn the car towards the long road to LA, with Jayson and Derek accompanying them.|
|Title||Original airdate||U.S. airdate||S Club sing||#|
|"Back to the '50s"||18 September 1999 (ITV)||11 March 2000||"You're My Number One"
|The Lambert sisters, along with their friends from Miami, Jayson and Derek begin their journey to Los Angeles to become famous pop girl group. After accidentally coming across a time portal, they find a town in the 1950s, which is dominated by a gang.|
|"Boyfriends & Birthdays"||12 December 1999||29 May 2000||"Bring It All Back"
|The Lambert girls and their friends, Jayson and Derek take a rest stop at a trailer park near Paradise Beach in Small town, where they meet a family who live in an RV. They discover that the father may or may not arrive to attend the son's birthday, so they strive to make his birthday the best ever. Meanwhile, Jessica receives a call from her boyfriend back home, who asks her to choose: him or her own sisters.|