Sikowitz challenges the kids to go a week without using their phones, laptops, or other portable electronic devices. The kids accept and quickly realize it's not going to be as easy as they thought.

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Trina Vega (credit only)
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Sikowitz challenges the kids to go a week without using their phones, laptops, or other portable electronic devices. The kids accept and quickly realize it's not going to be as easy as they thought.

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Robbie Shapiro: Here's another cool thing. You guys know how I usually keep my phone in my shirt pocket here?
Tori VegaAndre HarrisRobbie ShapiroCat ValentineBeck Oliver: Yeah.
Robbie Shapiro: Now I'm using this pocket to carry cheese and my allergy pills.
Beck Oliver: Won't the cheese melt in your pocket?
Robbie Shapiro: [in a cocky voice] Oh, I don't think the cheese will melt in my pock... ugh...!
[sticks his hand in his shirt pocket, and the melted cheese has attached itself to his allergy pills flask]
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Make It Shine
Performed by Victoria Justice
Written by Michael Corcoran, Lukasz Gottwald and Dan Schneider
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One of the best episodes
25 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

I love this episode. The performances were great. Especially the performances of Arianna Grande and Victoria Justice. The writing was superb. They were able to show how their lives would be without technology and how their basic necessities were temptations. The evolution of the story from a regular contest to a boys vs. girls competition was a very smart move that kept the story going. The attempts the characters made to make each other crack were hilarious. The twist ending was absolutely fantastic and so ironic. I would recommend this episode. I hope they submit this in for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series. One of the top ten episodes.


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