iCarly: Season 3, Episode 9

iSaved Your Life (18 Jan. 2010)

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Carly gets a crush on Freddie because he saves her life and is injured himself in doing so. Freddie can finally have everything he ever wanted, but he is faced with a difficult question: Is this really the way he wanted Carly's affections?



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Carly gets a crush on Freddie because he saves her life and is injured himself in doing so. Freddie can finally have everything he ever wanted, but he is faced with a difficult question: Is this really the way he wanted Carly's affections?

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The security code to get into Freddie's apartment is 46 digits long. See more »


[Sam is trying to warn Freddie about dating Carly]
Freddie Benson: You just can't stand the idea of Carly and me as a couple.
Sam Puckett: Very true, it makes me want to puke up blood.
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References The Shining (1980) See more »


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Written by: Michael Corcoran
Performed by: Miranda Cosgrove and Drake Bell
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Near-victory for Freddie.
30 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews


This episode is something every Creddie fan has been waiting for. Another day, another iCarly webcast, and to break the monotony of a lame attempt by George the Bra to tell a ghost story, we've got a couple of users who offer dares to them via video chat. And it's during one of those dares that a near-fatality occurs, when for some reason a taco truck we never see gets close to turning Carly into a new hood ornament, until Freddie pushes her out of the way and gets a few broken bones in the process. All this while Sam and Spencer are engaged in an intense, chaotic, and outlandish paint-ball shooting game, which Carly and Freddie were previously eliminated from.

If you think Freddie's mother was fanatically overprotective in previous episodes, this one will make her look like the parents in "Endless Love." Thankfully, the only time Marissa Benson isn't watching Freddie like a hawk and scolding Carly, is when she buys medicine for him while he's taking a shower. A slip in the tub, some help from the girl of his dreams, and some talk of his heroics around school, and finally she gives him a great big long kiss! Of course if they were real teenagers it would've been hard for at least one of them not to get hornier than they did. But since this is Nickelodeon, the most you'll see them do is kiss passionately, which though exciting would probably make them wish they had parents like those in that infamous cinematic bomb of 1981. But of course, Sam has to throw a monkey wrench into it, by planting the notion in Freddie's head that as soon as he recuperates and/or all the hype about him saving Carly fades, her love for him will fade too. The question is, will he believe her?

Clearly, Miranda enjoys doing scenes where she gets to kiss boys... a lot! When she did the extended episode "iDate a Bad Boy," she actually got to pick Drew Roy for the role and claimed to kiss him "a billion times." She may as well have done so as much with Nathan Kress. Compare this to "iKiss," in which Kress and Jennette McCurdy both had a contest over who could eat the grossest food to give each other bad breath before that climactic scene. Were it not for the ending, you might have a clearer sense of where Dan and the other staff is taking this show... or maybe you do already.

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