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How Many Episodes Of "iCarly" Have You Seen?
Carly hosts her own home-grown web show, iCarly, Carly and sidekick Sam's regular Web casts ultimately feature everything from comedy sketches and talent contests to interviews, recipes, and problem-solving.
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Carly and Sam compete with Freddie and Spencer to see which team can increase the number of hits on Carly's website, using the most elaborate techniques available to each team. The losers have to touch the wart of the Bushwell Apartment doorman, Lewbert - a man that Carly & Sam are convinced is the meanest man alive. Judging from their hidden camera in the lobby of Carly's apartment building, it's easy to understand why they hate him.
After enduring Ms. Briggs' lesson on traditional Scottish folk dancing, Carly and Sam call for their viewers to send videos of their own dance routines. Soon enough, the site is filled with so many video files for them to review that it starts to go to their heads.
Jake Krandle, one of the cutest boys at Ridgeway Middle School breaks up with his girlfriend, and all the girls at school want a piece of him. Carly thinks she'll get just that when she invites him on her web-show to perform some songs he wrote. But during a rehearsal, Jake is found to be a horrible singer, and Carly has to struggle to convince an already jealous Freddie to digitally enhance his voice.
Carly, Sam, and Freddie shoot their Halloween web cast from an apartment that is rumored to be haunted. When creepy things start happening, the friends worry that the ghost rumors just might be true. Meanwhile, Spencer forgets to buy Halloween candy, and he ends up giving children odd and random objects, which leads them to the point of rolling him down the ocean with him inside a giant pumpkin that he carved. During the show, Sam shows viewers how to pull Halloween pranks using masks.
Nevel Papperman is back, and instead of trashing iCarly in his articles, he has directly sabotaged the website itself. Meanwhile Spencer persuades the Plain White T's to perform on Carly's show as a favor for preventing lead singer Tom Higgenson from being hit by a falling sign at the mall. But how do they expect the band to perform on a show nobody can see?
A ridiculous technicality costs Carly her streak of straight A's. The next day as Sam is being punished, she manages to fix Carly's grades with the school computers(and for some reason, Freddie's), and makes her promise not to tell anybody. Because Sam's scheme involves Freddie, Carly decided to tell only him about it, and Carly can't decide whether the guilt over Sam's amateur hacking or Freddie's sophisticated effort to undo the fix will gnaw away at her conscience first.
On the fifth anniversary of their friendship, Carly gives Sam a one-of-a-kind iCarly T-Shirt as a gift. Desperate for an attempt to return the favor, Sam tries to buy a pair of hard-to-find concert tickets for Carly's favorite band from a scalper. With no other means to purchase the tickets, she sells him the shirt and puts both Carly's show and their friendship at risk.
Carly, Sam, and Freddie get a cash-boost for their show when a shoe company gets them to promote a trendy new pair of shoes. The trouble is that the shoes are extraordinarily bad, and the backlash they get at school and on the web hits them hard. It doesn't help that they find themselves unable to break out of their contract with the shoe company... or are they?
Plans for the landmark 50th web cast of iCarly are at risk of being curtailed when Sam gets detention. Realizing she can't do the show without her co-host, Carly and Freddie try to get in trouble themselves, so they can do the live web cast from their school's detention room. However, deliberately trying to get detention proves to be far more difficult than Carly can imagine, and even harder for Freddie.
The Seattle Police Department uses Carly and Spencer's apartment for surveillance when a suspected video pirate is seen in the background of an iCarly webcast. One of the cops turns out to be a former bully that Spencer knew at summer camp, who sadly hasn't change that much since he was a kid.
Realizing that his time with Carly and Sam has become too girly(despite his lingering crush on Carly), Freddie seeks some "guy time" with Spencer, which happens to be a fencing class for which Freddie turns out to be quite the swordsman. During this period, Freddie gets caught up in the rivalry between Spencer and a snobbish posse of fencers lead by Doug Toder, and finds himself competing with him in a duel. When his fretful mother finds out, she reveals a family secret in a last-ditch effort to try to talk him out of the competition. In the meantime, Carly is forced to endure and prepare for an upcoming visit from some embarrassing, ultra-geeky relatives.
A television programming director realizes that iCarly is funnier than anything his network currently has available for the upcoming fall lineup. Unfortunatley, upon acquiring the show, the network takes it further and further away from Carly's original vision, and exploits and torments Freddie more than Sam and his mother combined.
Lauren Ackerman, Carly's history teacher has become an emotional wreck after her boyfriend dumps her, and she takes her heartache out on everybody in class, including Carly. When Spencer discovers her agony during what passes for a parent-teacher conference, he decides to be her new knight in shining armor and fills the hole in her heart. Though things go smoothly for Spencer, Miss Ackerman, and her class at first, soon Spencer, Carly, Sam, and Freddie find that it's going to take a lot more than just a little loving to keep the teacher happy, and her class safe.
When Sam hears that Freddie is fed up with her "borrowing" money, and Carly convinces her his complaints are legitimate, Sam takes desperate measures to try to pay back everybody she owes, ranging from pleading for money on Carly's web-show to... of all things, getting a job! Meanwhile, Spencer volunteers to sell fudge-balls for a shy Sunshine Girl in order to impress her attractive single mother.
The annoying doorman Lewbert gets injured during an "iCarly" sketch, and he and Freddie's mom end up falling in love with each other while she nurses him back to health. As Spencer fills in for him, he finds an old Citizens Band Radio and decides to put it back to use so he can play around with it, which unfortunately infuriates a convoy of truck drivers.
Paying homage to "It's a Wonderful Life" and lifting dialogue from "A Charlie Brown Christmas," when Spencer builds a metal Christmas tree containing an electromagnet that sets the gifts that Carly plans to give on fire, she wishes that her brother had been normal. An angel named Mitch hears her wish and grants it, which teaches her a valuable lesson.
When Sam overhears Freddie admit he has never been kissed, she decides it would be fun to expose this confession on Carly's web show, until the rampant humiliation he receives at school makes her regret her decision.
A car-giveaway contest on the Web show turns into a problem when the dealership supplying the vehicle expresses no knowledge of the contest. Carly asks Spencer for help, but he's focused on a new movie prop he purchased.
Due to a mishap with Spencer's credit card, Spencer inadvertently orders 200 pillows, and Carly loses access to her domain name, only to find that it's now owned by obsessed iCarly fan Mandy Valdez (see "iAm Your Biggest Fan," episode #1.13.). To make matters worse, after struggling to negotiate the return of the rights to her website, Mandy ends up being tricked into signing it over to Carly's nemesis, Nevel Papperman. Now Carly and her friends must do all they can to take it back from Nevel, who's willing to give it back to her... in exchange for a kiss.
Carly and Spencer become upset when their new neighbor Griffin steals the motorcycle that Carly bought for Spencer. Spencer lets Griffin off the hook, but Carly becomes upset. However, when Spencer later goes out to get smoothies, he returns to find Carly and Griffin kissing on the couch. Spencer becomes furious, forces Griffin to leave, and forbids Carly to see him, though he eventually allows them to resume dating. Meanwhile, Sam pays Freddie $50 to make a website and has a lawyer write them a contract.
Surprise, surprise! Sam has a twin sister named Melanie. Even more of a surprise, she's much girlier than Sam and quite fond of Freddie, who suspects that she's actually Sam in disguise. In the meantime, Carly offers to tutor a boy named Chuck, who has been a sworn enemy of Spencer, who struggles to convince her that he's a little brat.
Carly and martial-arts champ Shelby Marx (Zoey 101's and Spectacular!'s Victoria Justice) agree to have an exhibition fight for charity after Carly jokingly challenges her to a match. Unfortunately, Carly accidentally falls on Shelby's grandmother during a press conference. Thinking Shelby wants revenge, Carly backs out of the fight, only to be ridiculed as a coward. Carly visits Shelby and apologizes, and the fight is back on. However, Nevel Papperman alters a clip of the press conference to make it look like Carly intentionally tackled Shelby's grandma to dupe Shelby into fighting Carly. Shelby, furious, attacks Carly for real during the match, Carly then holds Shelby's leg for the rest of the "fight".
A broken tooth for Sam and a trip to the dentist requiring an excessive amount of nitrous oxide, leads to the revelation of a deep, dark secret that shakes the relationship of the entire iCarly cast and crew. Meanwhile Spencer offers to teach art to some prisoners in the hope of weaning them away from a life of crime... with disastrous results.
Carly and Sam use Spencer's spaghetti taco recipe in a competition with a TV Chef, and defeat him on his own show for the first time, sending him into what would seem like an inescapable depression. When they find out how severe his funk is, they try to help him out of it. But will their good deed lead to good rewards, or unleash the hidden wrath of a madman?
The iCarly awards for best fan-made videos is put at risk when Spencer messes up on the award design and has to ask a group of Russian swimsuit models who barely speak English to help him finish them - while the gang are doing the show.
Principal Franklin is fired after appearing as a guest on iCarly and is replaced by Mr. Howard, the math teacher, and Miss Briggs, the English teacher as co-principals. Spencer hires a rodeo star to teach him how to ride a mechanical bull.
After a "Messin' With Lewbert" sketch, Sam finds out that Lewbert had a relatively normal life at one time that included no wart, a modeling career, and a girlfriend. This convinces the iCarly crew that reuniting Lewbert with his ex-girlfriend will make him happy, and stop him from hassling everyone at Bushwell Apartments. Boy, are they mistaken!
Freddie finally moves out of his apartment when his mother takes her doting nature way too far. Carly & Sam's grooming of Gibby's dog on an iCarly segment leads to a side job for the girls as pet groomers, and some fierce competition from a pair of pet-photographers.
After Carly & Sam agreed to help Fleck and Dave make a video, Carly and Sam must choose sides when the comedians begin to fight. Fleck keeps infuriating Dave's restrictive father much to Dave's dismay, and the girls are drawn into the conflict.
Carly gets a crush on Freddie because he saves her life and is injured himself in doing so. Freddie can finally have everything he ever wanted, but he is faced with a difficult question: Is this really the way he wanted Carly's affections?
A deep dark secret is revealed about Sam... she used to compete in CHILD BEAUTY PAGEANTS! Plus, now that an old nemesis from her beauty pageant days has arrived for another tournament, she drafts Carly to compete against her. Meanwhile, Spencer convinced Freddie to go on a double date with some girls, which doesn't exactly go the way he plans.
Washed-up former teen pop sensation Ginger Fox finds out that Freddie is responsible for directing and producing the music video for Wade Collins song "Cry Like a Lion"(see "iRocked the Vote," episode #2.9), and drafts the iCarly crew to help get her career back on track. Considering that she still hasn't regained her marbles, they've got their work cut out for them.
Sam winds up in jail, forcing Spencer to co-host iCarly. He also has a date at the exact same time and has to alternate between the two, while trying to keep the co-hosting part a secret from his from his more sophisticated date.
Bigfoot fever hits Seattle when hikers take some fuzzy footage of a suspicious figure in the woods. After an expert validates the footage on the web show, Carly convinces the gang to take Socko's RV upstate and join the search for Bigfoot.
When an heat wave hits Seattle and knocks out the power, Spencer buys an exotic air-conditioner/generator that brings all kinds of unexpected visitors: Spencer's sworn enemy Chuck, along with his father and surprisingly attractive sister; Freddie's mother with a group of senior citizens; Freddie's cute, but freakishly tall date Sabrina (who is also Gibby's cousin); Carly's ex-boyfriend Griffin; and a lot of other neighbors. Carly and Spencer's apartment is perhaps the coolest in the building, but the gang soon find it to be unbearable to be in.
Sam's mother has finally been getting on her last nerves, and both of them drag Carly into their latest feud. Meanwhile, Freddie's camera-rigged sunglasses capture a robbery at the Groovy-Smoothie, but a news report on the incident ends up putting his life at risk, as well as the lives of his friends.
After some fans submit a video of a prank to the web-show, Carly, Sam and Freddie discuss pranks they've pulled in the past, and Carly begins to feel self-conscious about never having pulled any of her own. When she asks Spencer to help her pull one on Sam and Freddie, it sends him on a pranking rampage the likes of which Seattle hasn't experienced since he was in Junior High School.
A young adult iCarly fan wants to use the site to ask his girlfriend to marry him and the happy couple invite Carly and her friends to the wedding, which falls apart when the bride-to-be falls for Spencer. Now Carly and Sam must struggle to convince her to marry the man she was engaged to in the first place. Meanwhile, Gibby and his little brother Guppy try to grab a $5 bill that's stuck up in a tree.
Carly, Sam, and Freddie finally get to attend a Webicon(see episode #3.17; iPsycho), and take Spencer with them. However when they arrive, Spencer meets an old nemesis, and the web-hostesses find themselves caught in a heated rumor over which of the two girls are dating Freddie.
The gang decides to hire an intern for the web series. Carly and Sam hire a guy they think is cute, but the new intern proves to be more trouble than he's worth. Freddie has to prove to Carly and Sam that they're better off without an intern.
An online video of Nevel Papperman verbally abusing a little girl in a supermarket makes him one of the most hated kids in the world. With nowhere else to turn he attempts to seek help to restore his reputation from the most unlikely source... his sworn enemies, Carly Shay and her friends!
When Brad and Freddie start hanging out, Sam wants to hang out with them too. After Freddie uses the app, it says that Sam is "in love". So Carly helps Freddie to hook Sam and Brad up. Meanwhile, Carly and Gibby do experiments on Spencer.
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.
Freddie decides he'd like to go in front of the camera, while at the same time creates some new 3-D effects for Carly's web-show. The trouble is, those special effects have some unforeseen side effects.
It is Carly's dad birthday and they decide to put him a surprise party but when their dad had to go to another country, Carly gets upset and mad. Freddie and Sam decides to put Carly and Spencer online to talk to their dad online but when they are about to get arrested, the First Lady Michelle Obama comes to help them.
The iCarly Crew performs sketches on their show that spoof those on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," which the host finds so impressive, that he invites them on his show for a rare live performance. Thanks to some of Gibby's usual misfortune however, the cast of both shows almost gets in trouble.
When Sam's laptop gets stolen, the iCarly gang tries to help track down the thief. Meanwhile, Spencer can't visit his favorite arcade unless he's accompanied by a child. His luck turns when Guppy needs a babysitter.
Carly is sad when her father cannot escort her to a military dance; Sam and Spencer fix a motorcycle; Gibby gets his head stuck in an "artificial head machine" (because he sold his first one at the pawn shop); Freddie gets a new phone.