Sam and Cat are charged with getting a babysitting client to give up her "Poober" -- her ratty old stuffed animal. This proves much more difficult than it first appears.



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Leslie Gunning ...
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A woman promises Sam and Kat that if they can get her child to get rid of her old stuffed animal Poober, she'll give them lots of money. However, the little girl won't give it up. When she does and they're about to shoot it in a rocket, the girl replaces it with Sam and Kat's emergency money, which Kat revealed.

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Comedy | Drama | Family


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23 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Nice episode
24 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode I found pretty sweet. Without Ariana this show would be less sweet and funny. Loved the scene between her and Aubrey about why she keeps her stuffed bear around. But I love that there was sort of a twist on moments like that. Rather than the show ending with a character typically moving on, Ellie, Aubrey's character, DOESN'T move on at all. She's as devious as Gwen and Ruby but in her own way. I figured after Cat revealed where their money was that they'd end up having their own money stolen by her. Instead it's launched into the sky and lands in a cemetery, where we find an iCarly character named Woody who worked in the Pear Store once and a DJ before that. It was funny how Sam recognized him, and both times she had a baseball bat on her, as well as when she struggled to get Poober, succeeded, and then lost the bear to Ellie again while rambling and struggling to get the bear. The whole root beer scene in the beginning was also a funny touch and reminded me of a Puckentine moment in PeezyB. Another funny moment of Sam's was when she suddenly was speaking in Spanish to Cat in the credits to express any anger she has over her. Goomer was also one of the funnier parts of the episode. I think this episode was a little more serious but overall, it was a nice episode. Funny and sweet, as sweet as this episode could be, given the circumstances. And it's one of the few times Sam and Cat don't always do so good with the task they're given while babysitting, however, it's clear that with Ellie, they're not the first babysitters to fail at getting rid of Poober.

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