Victorious: Season 1, Episode 3

Stage Fighting (18 Apr. 2010)

TV Episode  |  TV-Y7  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Family
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Tori is worried that Jade will turn an upcoming stage-fighting class into the real deal.



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Tori is worried that Jade will turn an upcoming stage-fighting class into the real deal.

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Accidents happen
12 July 2014 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Apparently this episode thinks it's impossible to hit someone on accident, and that you either hit them on purpose or didn't hit them at all. It is never even mentioned that there might be a possibility of it happening on accident. By no character at all. Even Tori didn't realize this was a possibility, which leads me to believe the characters weren't supposed to look stupid by not considering this possibility, but this possibility was simply not considered by the writers at all. Even if it was done on purpose, it still makes every character extremely unlikable for not believing Tori might not have done it on purpose while they are supposed to be her friends.

So, what turns out? Jade faked that Tori hit her. Before that point, I still had the slightest hope this mistake would be fixed and the writers would learn that this third possibility actually existed, but this finally made me realize that there really was no hope left for this episode whatsoever.

As if it wasn't bad enough already, the moral is horrible, too. Let's just let everyone get away with everything they do. Tori knows that Jade framed her to get her punished, doesn't she? So now that she discovered that Jade framed her that would have suddenly changed? It doesn't work that way, Tori. If you're nice to her, she won't be nice to you in return. She'll only laugh at you for actually being stupid enough to still take the punishment. But no, of course Jade realizes it wasn't right of her to do this to Tori, teaching everyone who watches this the lesson that as long as you don't protest when you get punished for something you didn't do, everything will turn out right in the end, and whoever framed you will surely regret it after his plan worked exactly as he planned.

Also, what's with the opening scene? It has nothing to do with the episode... at all. Why was it there? I don't get it...

In short, this episode just isn't good, at all. There are more problems with this episode, but I think I pretty much mentioned all the major ones. I didn't like the B plot much either, but since the A plot was ten times worse I decided not to elaborate on that in this review.

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