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"Sam & Cat" #FirstClassProblems (2014)

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Original Air Date:
26 April 2014 (Season 1, Episode 32)
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Plot:
Sam and Cat are hired to accompany two obnoxious children on a flight to the Bahamas. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jennette McCurdy ... Sam Puckett

Ariana Grande ... Cat Valentine

Cameron Ocasio ... Dice

Matthew Patrick Davis ... Cromsby
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Christopher Baskerville ... Airline Passenger

Exie Booker ... Officer Kelp

Jessica Chaffin ... Coco Wexler

Antonio D. Charity ... Reggie
Emma Engle ... Kelly Balm
Lauren Gores ... Tammy Yanks

Cynthia Rose Hall ... Denise

James Holloway ... Frank

Austin Kane ... Phillip Balm

Zoran Korach ... Goomer

Mandy Levin ... Karen

John Maholm ... Ernie

Tom G. McMahon ... Duke

Shakira Ja'nai Paye ... Bree (credit only)

Josh Server ... Agent Partridge

Manny Streetz ... Greg

Maitely Weismann ... Jett's Mom

Episode Crew
Directed by
Steve Hoefer 
 
Writing credits
Dan Schneider (created by)

Dan Schneider (written by) &
Christopher J. Nowak (written by)

David Malkoff  staff writer

Produced by
Warren Bell .... executive producer
Bruce Rand Berman .... producer
Joe Catania .... supervising producer
Jake Farrow .... co-executive producer
Jeff Goldstein .... co-producer
Christopher J. Nowak .... producer
Aline Robey .... associate producer
Dan Schneider .... executive producer
Kim Sherwood .... producer
Karla Torres .... associate producer
Robin Weiner .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Corcoran 
Eric Goldman 
 
Film Editing by
Nancy Morrison 
 
Casting by
Krisha Bullock 
Jamie Snow 
 
Costume Design by
Kristin Dangl 
 
Makeup Department
Cyndra Dunn .... department head hair stylist
 
Production Management
Omar Camacho .... executive in charge of production
Kim Sherwood .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mike Caron .... first assistant director (2013-2104)
Oliver Garrett .... second second assistant director
Michael Risner .... second assistant director
Tim Waterman .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Ron Churchman .... propmaker foreman
Denise Ciarcia .... props
Caitlin Collins .... art department assistant
Tristan Miles Theopholis Dalley .... assistant art director
Meagan Grimley .... art department assistant
Meagan Grimley .... graphic artist
Mark Kelly .... assistant property master
Bryan Langer .... assistant art director
Kristoffer Luna .... props
 
Sound Department
James Fielden .... re-recording mixer
William Komar .... re-recording mixer
Rick Luckey .... sound utility
Daniel S. McCoy .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Chris Bailey .... special effects supervisor
Tom Ceglia .... special effects foreman
David Mesloh .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Garrett Lynn .... visual effects editor
 
Stunts
Vince Deadrick Jr. .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ted Caloroso .... still photographer
Josh Denering .... grip
Ron Hirshman .... camera operator (episode)
Vic Price .... key grip
Chuck Weiss .... video recordist
 
Casting Department
Claire Benjamin .... extras casting
Tanya Giang .... casting assistant
Jasmine Gutierrez .... casting assistant
Sandy Holt .... adr voice casting
Jennifer Treadwell .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kim Dooley Abram .... key costumer
Kim Dooley Abram .... set costumer
Katie Gavin .... costume supervisor
Brigitte Pilla .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Michael Ett .... assistant editor
Jim LaRock .... on-line editor
Katherine E. Lewis .... post-production assistant
Garrett Lynn .... on-line editor
 
Location Management
Christina Tedesco .... location scout
 
Music Department
Michael Corcoran .... composer: theme music
Eric Goldman .... composer: theme music
Zack Hexum .... composer: additional music (as Zachary Hexum)
Dan Schneider .... composer: theme music
 
Other crew
Charles Antosca .... production assistant
Barbara Biddle .... broadcast producer
Jason Gibbs .... assistant to executive producer
Saúl J. González .... production assistant
Kat Grilli .... production assistant
Adam Haas .... key set production assistant
Nick C. Johnson .... production assistant (as Nick Johnson)
Phillip Jones .... assistant accountant
Kayla Kilby .... production assistant
Kayla Kilby .... production secretary
Alyson Lippert .... assistant to executive producer
Cynthia J. Parker .... key crafts service
Kristin Rapinchuk .... script supervisor
Jamie Stephens .... studio teacher
Chris Velvin .... director production safety
Darina Voloshina .... associate producer: web
Dan Walsh .... production coordinator
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dan Schneider  creator (written by)

Other Companies

Additional Details

Runtime:
22 min | 23 min
Certification:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The ravioli lady at the Airport sitting next to sam & cat is coco wexler the dorm advisor from zoey 101See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Sam says the toilet water is French, but instead of eau (French for water) she says agua (Spanish for water).See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
If it were a finale this would be semi decent but..., 29 April 2014
Author: NewOCFan from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

As a regular episode, as it has been filmed, it's a really good one! It may be a final one since Jennette McCurdy is no longer happy with the network and Ariana Grande is more focused on her music. So Sam & Cat babysit two very spoiled kids that can only seem to do things based on their schedule. They get offered first class tickets for a flight to the Bahamas if they escort the Baums children there since not even their parents like flying with them. But they forgot to bring their timers they usually have on them and get Dice and Goomer to bring the timers to the airport. There's a couple of jokes about the airport security in this episode which I really liked such as the one security guard completely missing the man that went through the metal detector behind his back and caused it to beep. Goomer and Dice bring the timers in a bag but Goomer makes the terrible mistake of saying he brought timers for the Baums as everyone believes he means bombs. The show really felt more like one for adults with this episode. If there was any evidence that this show could also be for adults, besides the fact that Sam & Cat lived together independently from parents or have faced some problems adults do go through but in a more comical fashion, this episode was a big one. Goomer and Dice get interrogated by two people and the whole time Goomer is interrogated it's very funny! In fact, this time around, Sam, Dice and Goomer, got more of a chance to shine and make one laugh than Cat did, that's what I noticed. Meanwhile, Sam & Cat and the Baums children wait for their flight and we come across those people that might fill up the chairs around them with luggage and other stuff, Coco from Zoey 101, and then they have to wait for other people to get on the plane even though they're first class and each time they think they'll be next it'll be somebody else. I was surprised Sam never pretended she had a pet so they could get on the plane to be honest. Dice and Goomer start arguing because Goomer talking during their interrogation isn't helping either one of them at all. Goomer gets chocolate milk like he wanted ever since getting arrested and he splashes it in the two agents' faces and he and Dice take off. Sam & Cat are finally able to pass through the gate to the plane but are closed off when the airport is on a lockdown because of Dice and Goomer. And what's worse for them is everyone else that's on the plane gets to leave but Sam & Cat and the Baums children and everyone else are kept back from going for awhile. As a sudden finale, I could just say Sam & Cat went to the Bahamas and that's the last we see of them: in paradise. As a regular episode, it's still alright. I found it very enjoyable and exciting, for a last episode that may have been filmed for the show. In case things aren't patched up with everyone on the Sam & Cat team, I'll say now that this show has been a fun one nonetheless. Funny, sweet, sometimes even suspenseful and once surprising, full of throwback to iCarly and Victorious, and even emotional at times. All in one season. A big thank you to the team for bringing us a good show and one I already have fond memories based around this show. If this is the end, goodbye Sam & Cat. It was fun while it lasted and hopefully everyone can move on to great(er) things for themselves.

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