iCarly: Season 3, Episode 13

iFix a Pop Star (19 Mar. 2010)

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Washed-up former teen pop sensation Ginger Fox finds out that Freddie is responsible for directing and producing the music video for Wade Collins song "Cry Like a Lion"(see "iRocked the ... See full summary »



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Washed-up former teen pop sensation Ginger Fox finds out that Freddie is responsible for directing and producing the music video for Wade Collins song "Cry Like a Lion"(see "iRocked the Vote," episode #2.9), and drafts the iCarly crew to help get her career back on track. Considering that she still hasn't regained her marbles, they've got their work cut out for them. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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Ginger Fox is based on Britney Spears. See more »


[Spencer leaves his supper date in the kitchen to answer the door; Freddie and Gibby are there]
Spencer Shay: Oh. Hey, guys!
Gibby: 'Sup?
Freddie Benson: Carly here?
Spencer Shay: Nah, she and Sam went to Build-A-Bra.
Gibby: They're always kicking me outta that place!
Freddie Benson: [Freddie gives him a strange look] Yeah.
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Referenced in Victorious: Freak the Freak Out (2010) See more »


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Better than expected...
20 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode kind of came as a surprise, as I watched it only because there was nothing else on TV today, and actually found it to be decent. For the record, the music in iCarly on the whole is atrocious, but the pop singer featured in the episode looked a lot like a lampoon of Britney Spears; a slutty, unbelievably stupid blond chick with a baby that became a streetwise trash wad. I expected this episode to place these mainstream pop stars on a pedestal, but it brought them down instead; it seemed to put forth the idea that pop singers are talentless individuals with mindless audiences that enjoy their "music." The mainstream music industry has a lot of garbage that everybody just loves for the sake of visual appeal and popularity, including the stuff in iCarly, so this episode could be considered hypocritical. And I did genuinely laugh a couple of times at Spencer's reaction to finding out that he had a date with Gibby's mom. Overall, it was a good recovery from the iSpace Out abomination; not anywhere close to the standards of Drake & Josh, but good enough to enjoy a few times.

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