iCarly: Season 4, Episode 10

iParty with Victorious (11 Jun. 2011)

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Festus (scenes deleted)
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Carly is enjoying life with her new boyfriend Steven Carson, a home-schooled boy with divorced parents who spends part of his life in Los Angeles. What she doesn't know is that while in Los Angeles, Steven has another girlfriend, a student at Hollywood Arts High School named Tori Vega. An internet search makes Carly's friends suspicious of her new beau, and sends them on an LA road trip to a party at the home of Kenan Thompson in an attempt find out whether or not he's cheating on her. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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The extended version includes 16 minutes 17 seconds of additional footage. The runtime without commercials and end credits for the original version is around 1hr 8mins, and 1hr 25mins for the extended version. See more »


In the background in the scene where Andre tells his grandmother to go home and when Carly calls Freddie, you hear Jade and Cat singing "Give it Up." This is from Victorious episode "Freak the Freak Out." In Freak the Freak Out, Jade and Cat probably didn't record themselves singing the song and they couldn't have been performing live because Jade was in the jacuzzi with Spencer, Sikowitz, and Beck and Cat couldn't speak because of her throat growths. See more »


[Carly is spying on her boyfriend who's cheating with Tori]
Steven Carson: I wanted to give you this.
Tori Vega: [Gasps] Steven! You nutball! A charm bracelet?
Carly Shay: [to herself] Charm bracelet?
Steven Carson: It's one of a kind. Just like you.
Carly Shay: Okay, that hurt. That wounded me.
Tori Vega: Oh my god it's beautiful... I love you.
Steven Carson: I love you.
[they kiss]
Carly Shay: And that killed me. Now I'm dead.
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References Victorious (2010) See more »


Written by Adam M. Small
Performed by Adam Small
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