A pair of roommates start a baby-sitting service to earn extra cash.

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 Cat Valentine (35 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Nona (21 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Goomer (19 episodes, 2013-2014)
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 Bots Patron / ... (16 episodes, 2013-2014)
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Sam Puckett has been touring the West Coast by motorcycle, and stops in Los Angeles. She witnesses Cat Valentine being thrown into the back of a garbage truck, and rescues her. They become friends, and Cat convinces her to become roommates after Cat's grandmother moves to a retirement home. To make money, rather than getting traditional after school jobs, they form an after-school babysitting business that leads them into a series of comical adventures. Also involved in their lives are Dice, their next door neighbor, who is notorious for aiding people for money, Cat's cheerful and supportive grandmother, Nona, who decided to move into "Elderly Acres", which is a home for the aged, and Goomer, a dim-witted professional MMA fighter whom Dice manages. Written by Anonymous

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Among reports that Grande and McCurdy did not get along, Nickelodeon announced that the show was officially canceled after just one season in July 2014. See more »

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[repeated line upon hearing the doorbell]
Cat Valentine: Ding dong.
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iCarly II: The Sitcom That Would Not Die
10 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So it turns out there's a sizable base of fans who couldn't bear to see iCarly or Victorious go away; hence the televised train wreck that is Sam & Cat. This show reeks of laziness--just one cookie-cutter plot or joke after another, mostly ripped from Dan Schneider's earlier shows. Kids may cackle at getting his "in-jokes," but adults will wonder who's even meant to be impressed by turning Silence of the Lambs into a slapstick. Childlike physical humor is crossed with bosom jokes and 50-year-old pop culture references, leaving a mangled mess that's ideal for nobody. Spencer is replaced with Goomer, a deranged man-child whose acting varies from creepy to imbecilic. Freddie is now Dice, a graduate of the Josh Peck School of Acting who shouts every line at maximum volume with no regard for what tone was intended. The only jokes delivered to this verbal punching bag are about his hair, yet somehow he's filler for half of each episode. The remainder is covered by Sam and Cat, each eerily old with the latter shrilling like a Bee Gee on every line and the former delivering her one-note sarcasm ad nauseum. The laugh track roars profusely enough to wake somebody from a coma, and somehow the psychopaths the titular characters babysit are even more irksome than the stars themselves. This show began with one of its actors falling into a garbage truck; frankly, it should've stayed there.


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