List of iCarly episodes

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Below is a list of episodes of U.S. sitcom iCarly by Nickelodeon. It premiered on September 8, 2007. Nickelodeon promoted many episodes including "iDo", "iHire an Idiot", "iPity the Nevel", "iDate Sam & Freddie", etc. as specials, despite them being regular episodes.

Series overview change

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD releases
Season premiere Season finale Prod. line
1 23 September 8, 2007 July 25, 2008 1xx September 23, 2008 (Volume 1)[1]
April 21, 2009 (Volume 2)[2]
2 21 September 27, 2008 August 8, 2009 2xx August 18, 2009 (Volume 1)[3]
January 4, 2011 (Volume 2)[4]
April 5, 2011 (Volume 3)[5]
3 18 September 12, 2009 June 26, 2010
4 10 July 30, 2010 June 11, 2011 3xx August 30, 2011 (Season 3)[6]
5 10 August 13, 2011 January 21, 2012 4xx July 10, 2012 (Season 4)[7]
6 9 March 24, 2012[8] November 24, 2012[9] 5xx TBA

Episodes change

Season 1: 2007-08 change

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11"iPilot"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderSeptember 8, 2007 (2007-09-08)1015.7[10]
22"iWant More Viewers"Adam WeissmanSteve Holland & Steven MolaroSeptember 8, 2007 (2007-09-08)1034.1[10]
33"iDream of Dance"Adam WeissmanDan SchneiderSeptember 16, 2007 (2007-09-16)1133.9[11]
44"iLike Jake"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderSeptember 22, 2007 (2007-09-22)1023.5[12]
55"iWanna Stay with Spencer"Adam WeissmanArthur GradsteinSeptember 29, 2007 (2007-09-29)1053.5[13]
66"iNevel"Steve HoeferSteve HollandOctober 6, 2007 (2007-10-06)1043.4[12]
77"iScream on Halloween"Steve HoeferJake FarrowOctober 20, 2007 (2007-10-20)1143.8[14]
88"iSpy a Mean Teacher"Steve HoeferSteven MolaroNovember 3, 2007 (2007-11-03)1064.6[15]
99"iWill Date Freddie"Adam WeissmanSteve HollandNovember 10, 2007 (2007-11-10)1084.3[16]
1010"iWant a World Record"Roger ChristiansenDan SchneiderNovember 17, 2007 (2007-11-17)1073.7[16]
1111"iRue the Day"David KendallDan SchneiderDecember 1, 2007 (2007-12-01)1153.3[17]
1212"iPromise Not to Tell"Steve HoeferDicky MurphyJanuary 12, 2008 (2008-01-12)1183.9[18]
1313"iAm Your Biggest Fan"Steve HoeferJake FarrowJanuary 19, 2008 (2008-01-19)1105.0[19]
1414"iHeart Art"Adam WeissmanArthur GradsteinFebruary 2, 2008 (2008-02-02)1093.6[20]
1515"iHate Sam's Boyfriend"Roger ChristiansenDan SchneiderFebruary 9, 2008 (2008-02-09)1203.5[21]
1616"iHatch Chicks"David KendallSteven MolaroFebruary 23, 2008 (2008-02-23)1114.2[22]
1717"iDon't Want to Fight"Roger ChristiansenArthur GradsteinMarch 1, 2008 (2008-03-01)1124.5[23]
1818"iPromote Techfoots"Adam WeissmanArthur GradsteinMarch 15, 2008 (2008-03-15)1174.4[24]
1919"iGot Detention"Roger ChristiansenAndrew Hill NewmanMarch 22, 2008 (2008-03-22)1163.7[25]
2020"iStakeout"Steve HoeferAndrew Hill NewmanApril 5, 2008 (2008-04-05)1214.1[26]
2121"iMight Switch Schools"David KendallDicky MurphyApril 26, 2008 (2008-04-26)1225.2[27]
2222"iFence"Russ ReinselDan SchneiderMay 10, 2008 (2008-05-10)1233.5[27]
2323"iCarly Saves TV"Steve HoeferJake FarrowJune 13, 2008 (2008-06-13)1194.5[28]
2424"iWin a Date"Steve HoeferAndrew Hill NewmanJuly 25, 2008 (2008-07-25)1244.5[29]
2525"iHave a Lovesick Teacher"Roger ChristiansenEthan BanvilleJuly 25, 2008 (2008-07-25)1253.8[29]

Season 2: 2008-09 change

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261"iSaw Him First"Adam WeissmanTeleplay by: Andrew Hill Newman
Story by: Steven Molaro
September 27, 2008 (2008-09-27)204N/A

Carly and Sam both develop a crush on Freddie's "nerd" pal, Shane (James Maslow). When they cannot decide who should date him they decide to go by the first one to kiss him, but he has to be the one to do it. They constantly try to get into situations where he is close to kissing them, and always become unsuccessful. Meanwhile, Spencer hires a repairman to fix the elevator, but the repairman proves to be no help at all, just a dancer. Because of the broken elevator, Shane accidentally falls from the iCarly studio to the basement, when he finds out that Sam and Carly are competing for him and angrily walks away from both. When they visit him at the hospital Carly kisses him while he is unconscious, but by then it is too late.

Guest Star: James Maslow as Shane

Note: Due to time constraints, this episode was edited from 27 minutes down to 23 minutes for subsequent broadcasts, but the original cut can be viewed on the iCarly Season 2: Volume 1 DVD and on iTunes.
272"iStage an Intervention"Jonathan GoldsteinKarey DornettoOctober 4, 2008 (2008-10-04)205N/A

Spencer finds an old 1980s Pak-Rat video game cabinet in a junkyard and becomes addicted to it, while procrastinating on a commissioned Labradoodle sculpture. To curb his addiction, Carly brings Sasha Striker, the top Pak-Rat player in the world, to compete against Spencer to defend her title as the world champion of Pak-Rat. Meanwhile, Freddie experiences a streak of "bad luck" after deleting and not forwarding a chain email, passing it off as a superstition.

Guest Star: Lorena York as Sasha Striker

Note #1: The Pregnant Dude mentioned in this episode is actually a photo of Thomas Beatie, the first man according to Guiness World Records to give birth to a child.

Note #2: At the end of the episode, the rich doctor's wife appears excitedly carrying the present with her. She was played by Jessica Makinson, who played the psychotic lovesick teacher of Carly, Sam and Freddie in "iHave a Lovesick Teacher."

Note #3: Pak-Rat is a parody of Pac-Man.

Note #4: This episode was directed by Jonathan Goldstein who portrayed Walter Nichols in Drake & Josh. He also directed the episode "iEnrage Gibby" in Season 3.
283"iOwe You"David KendallJake FarrowOctober 11, 2008 (2008-10-11)2064.4[30]
Sam owes Carly and Freddie $526, so she gets a job to earn the money, and pay them back. Carly, Sam, and Freddie make a broadcast on iCarly to all their fans to donate money to Sam. However, they find out its illegal to solicit money to kids over the internet. Meanwhile Spencer tries to impress an attractive single mom by helping her daughter sell fudgeballs (similar to Girl Scout cookies), but two scouts steal Spencer's place at the market. Spencer comes up with the idea to send every iCarly fan who sent them money to send them fudgeballs. Carly and Freddie then hire someone to give the money they earned to Sam in a tip. But instead of repaying the money to Carly and Freddie, Sam buys a trampoline. At the end, everyone enjoys what Sam got with her money except Spencer who wonders where the couch had gone.
294"iHurt Lewbert"Russ ReinselEthan BanvilleOctober 18, 2008 (2008-10-18)2074.0[31]

When Carly's doorman Lewbert gets injured during one of their "Messin' with Lewbert" pranks, Carly and her friends must now look after Lewbert until he's back on his feet. But it is not as easy as it looks until Freddie's mother, Marissa takes over. Carly and Sam believes that the two like each other until Freddie secretly sneaks into Lewbert's apartment. So Carly, Sam and Freddie devises a plan to break up their romantic relationship. Meanwhile, a kid named Chuck plays tennis in the lobby and Spencer gets his dad to ground him causing Chuck to get mad.

Guest Stars: Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert, Mary Scheer as Marissa Benson, Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, Joel McCrary as Porkchop and Matt Willig as Sledgehammer.
30–325–7"iGo to Japan"Steve HoeferTeleplay by: Dan Schneider
Story by: Andrew Hill Newman
November 8, 2008 (2008-11-08)201-2037.6[32]

In the first iCarly movie, the team, along with Spencer and Mrs. Benson, go to Japan when iCarly is nominated for the iWeb Awards. After an intensely dangerous ride (where they jump out of the plane but make it out safely), they are all sabotaged by two competing web show nominees: Kyoko and Yuki. Their cousins wrap Spencer and Mrs. Benson in seaweed inside a massage room and lock the door. Spencer manages to get out of the seaweed, accidentally exposing his nudity to Mrs. Benson by showing he is special, and has to cover himself up with a towel telling her not to look and she does the same. Meanwhile Kyoko and Yuki ditch the trio in the middle of nowhere and flee. Carly, Sam and Freddie must return to Spencer and Mrs. Benson in time for the iWeb Awards.

Guest Stars: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Ally Maki and Harry Shum Jr. as Kyoko and Yuki, Michael Butler Murray as Theodore Wilkins, Jonathan Mangum as Henri Petois, Don Stark as Freight Dog, Americus Abesamis and Emil Lin as The Security Guards, Tohoru Masamune and Michael Ng as Kyoko and Yuki's Cousins, Danny Seckel as Victor Price, Elaine Mani Lee as The Clerk, Keisuke Hoashi as The Security Chief, James S.W. Lee as The Japanese Standee, Yuki Matsuzaki as The Taxi Driver, Sonny Saito as The Officer, Lisa Lillian (Founder and CEO of Hungry Girl and wife of series creator Dan Schneider) as Cooking Show Nominee and Good Charlotte as themselves.

Note: The package that Mrs. Benson gave to Carly had the company name SendEx on it, a spoof of the company, FedEx
338"iPie"Roger ChristiansenAndrew Hill NewmanNovember 15, 2008 (2008-11-15)2084.1[33]
When the group's favorite pie shop closes down due to the death of the head chef, they try to find the recipe for their favorite pie. The only person believed to have the recipe is the chef's granddaughter. She agrees to give them the recipe if she can go on a date with Spencer. She takes it a bit too far, and confesses that she never owned the recipe. Carly, Sam and Freddie hatch a plan to find the recipe. Meanwhile, Mrs. Benson's cousin's baby visits for a few days, making Freddie uneasy about it because his cousin always has a blank expression when she sees Freddie. Freddie tries finding a way to succeed in making his cousin laugh.
349"iChristmas"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderDecember 13, 2008 (2008-12-13)2093.3[17]

When Spencer makes an electromagnetic Christmas tree, the tree bursts into flames, which makes Carly furious at him because the fire destroys the presents Carly got for Spencer. Carly then wishes that Spencer was born "normal". Carly's guardian angel, Mitch, makes this wish come true. The next day at school, Sam is absent, Freddie was never friends with Carly, and, to make things worse, Nevel Papperman is Carly's boyfriend. Carly questions Mitch about Sam's disappearance, and Carly is taken to the Juvenile Detention Center, where Sam is being held. Carly finds out that Sam was never her friend, either. Carly returns home and then is told that Mrs. Benson and Spencer are now engaged, making Carly angry at what the world has become. Carly then walks up the stairs and finds out that, because Sam and Freddie were never her friends, iCarly never existed, either. Carly begins to sob, realizing how much the world would change if Spencer was born normal. Mitch turns the world back, making Spencer a quirky artist again. Carly is now happy with the electromagnetic Christmas tree, and Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer have a good Christmas together in the end.

Guest Stars: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman, Danny Woodburn as Mitch, Dot Jones as prison guard.
3510"iKiss"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderJanuary 3, 2009 (2009-01-03)2106.0[34]

When Sam discovers that Freddie has never kissed a girl, she decides to reveal his secret on iCarly not knowing how bad it would make Freddie feel. The next day at school, Freddie tries to disguise himself but then Carly makes him reveal his real self and then starts getting teased. On the night Carly and Sam had to do the webshow, Carly tells Sam that Freddie's not coming. Carly makes Sam realize what she did was completely wrong. That's why it's important to remember that "things may feel good but then they'll turn out to be not so good." After feeling upset about what she has done, she also reveals that she has not kissed anyone either. Sam goes to Freddie's balcony and they both decide to share their first kiss with each other. Meanwhile Spencer wants to be a professional football player so Carly sends Gibby to work out with him. Then Spencer decides that he doesn't want to be a football player anymore.

Guest Star: Noah Munck as Gibby Gibson

Note: The Seattle Cobras is a parody of the Seattle Seahawks.
3611"iGive Away a Car"Steve HoeferGeorge Doty IVJanuary 17, 2009 (2009-01-17)2115.1[35]

Carly, Sam and Freddie are hired by a car salesman's son to host a contest to give away a free new car as publicity for their lot. The winner, shockingly, is Nevel Papperman. When Freddie and Sam go to retrieve the car for him, the two find out that the owner doesn't have a son and the car did not exist. Carly, disappointed with the news, questions Nevel on how he won the contest. The three find out that Nevel was the one who created the contest, hiring a kid to pretend that he was the lot owner's son to set them up in another revenge plot. But iCarly must still provide him with a car. Meanwhile, Spencer buys a prop from a movie online, but finds out that it is only a replica. Carly decides to exploit a loophole, which says that a "Car" is any vehicle that can go over 25 miles per hour for at least three seconds. Using that they give the prop to Nevel as his new car, to keep iCarly from getting shut down by the LCC for fraud. Nevel then tests drives the car, and crashes into a flower shop, and iCarly succeeds in prevention of getting their website shut down.

Guest Star: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman
3712"iRocked the Vote"Russ ReinselAndrew Hill NewmanFebruary 7, 2009 (2009-02-07)2155.2[36]

When iCarly convince their viewers to vote for a performer on America Sings, they cause him to win. They feel sorry for his opponent, Wade Collins, who claims he wanted to win to help his sick mom. They try to help him out by creating a music video, but soon find out that he is a con artist. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Spencer to lie when he has a rented movie that is 10 years overdue. The team decides to get Wade back when they find that his mother wasn't sick. They give him the video (his success is shown in the later episode "iFix a Popstar") and have David Archuleta on the show, during which they show Wade's selfish behavior. Meanwhile Spencer fails to lie at the rental store, but his honesty convinces them to erase his debt.

Special Guest Star: David Archuleta as Himself

Guest Star: Alex Schemmer as Wade Collins.
3813"iMeet Fred"Adam WeissmanDan SchneiderFebruary 16, 2009 (2009-02-16)2125.1[37]

When Freddie offends international internet sensation Fred, Fred tells all of his fans that he will not make any more Fred videos. Carly, Sam, and Freddie soon start losing friends and acquaintances that are fans of Fred, and everybody in Ridgeway Jr High hates the iCarly group. They meet Lucas, Fred's creator and portrayer, in his home in Shelby, Idaho for Freddie to forgive him about the Fred videos comment. Lucas later apologizes because he wasn't really mad; it was a publicity stunt meant to increase Fred and iCarly's ratings. At the end they apologize live during the iCarly webshow and present a new Fred video with Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer guest starring as themselves with high-pitched voices like Fred (Except Carly has her normal voice). Meanwhile Spencer puts a Magic Eight Ball-like toy (called a "Magic Meatball") in control of his life, with disastrous results.

Special Guest Star: Lucas Cruikshank as Himself/Fred Figglehorn
3914"iLook Alike"David KendallDan SchneiderMarch 7, 2009 (2009-03-07)2136.9[38]

Carly, Sam and Freddie are thrilled when they are invited to a mixed martial arts fight to do an iCarly bit filmed backstage, though Spencer and Mrs. Benson do not approve. Upset by this, they set up a risky scheme to sneak out by hiring some lookalikes, and to trick Spencer into thinking that they are still there. Spencer then finds out the truth, goes after the real guys and confronts them, but is beaten up by Jackson Colt.

Guest Stars: Malese Jow as Carly's look alike, Annie DeFatta as Sam's look alike, Gabriel Basso as Freddie's look alike, and Mary Scheer as Marissa Benson
4015"iWant My Website Back"Adam WeissmanMatt FleckensteinMarch 21, 2009 (2009-03-21)2193.9[39]

Spencer gets a new credit card after canceling his old one, causing Carly, Sam, and Freddie to lose control of the domain. Luckily, Mandy returns to buy their website back for them, but she gets tricked into accidentally giving it to Nevel. Spencer disguises himself as an old woman in order to trick Nevel into signing the URL transfer document during a book signing, but is chased out by security when Nevel recognizes him. Later, Nevel demands a kiss from Carly in return to claim the transfer document. Carly confronts Nevel, and Nevel signs the document. Carly manages to escape with the signed document without having to kiss Nevel and succeeds in reclaiming their website. Spencer gets stuck with 200 pillows after believing he ordered only two.

Guest Star: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman and Aria Wallace as Mandy
4116"iMake Sam Girlier"Roger ChristiansenJake FarrowApril 11, 2009 (2009-04-11)2165.1[40]

After iCarly, everyone celebrates Sam's birthday. During the party, everyone has to give a speech about how they feel about Sam. When Sam's crush, Pete, makes his speech, he calls Sam a dude. Depressed by this, she goes to Carly for help on how to be more girlie. It works until one of the bullies at school, Jocelyn, arrives to harass the iCarly team. Sam tries to maintain her "girliness" until Jocelyn hits Carly at which point she fights the bullies. Unknown to her, Pete is watching. At first Sam became upset but then her spirits lighten up when Pete told her that he liked the way she was. In the end, Sam and Pete happily go on another date. Meanwhile, Spencer meets a girl at the grocery store and becomes convinced that she only likes him when he is wearing his tuxedo. Eventually she convinces him that she likes him for who he is.

Guest Stars: Graham Patrick Martin as Pete, Cynthia Dallas as Jocelyn
4217"iGo Nuclear"David KendallGeorge Doty IV & Andrew Hill NewmanApril 22, 2009 (2009-04-22)2144.5[41]

Carly has to do a project for green week, so she makes an electric scooter. Unfortunately it only goes four miles per hour, and bursts into flames by the time she reaches school. She then has the weekend to do a new project. Spencer brings in a good-looking science geek named Cal, who helps build a power generator utilizing nuclear energy. This turns out to be highly illegal, since it is powered by black-market uranium, which gets Cal arrested (though his arrest is not shown). Carly is sentenced to the "Root & Berry Retreat" for extra credit and, as punishment for the illegal project and aiding and abetting a known felon, Freddie has to go with Carly as well. Sam does not have to go on the retreat because she pulled off an unimpressive project. Mr. Henning likes it and gives her an A, but she goes anyway although she is not seen.

Guest Stars: Andrew Hill Newman as Mr. Henning, Lauren Benz Philips as Gibby's mom, Charlotte, and Jake Siegel as Cal.

Note:This is the first episode ever to air on a Wednesday.
43–4418–19"iDate a Bad Boy"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderMay 9, 2009 (2009-05-09)217/2257.2[38]

Carly and Spencer become upset when their new neighbor Griffin steals a motorcycle that Carly bought for Spencer in "iPromote Tech-Foots." Spencer lets Griffin off the hook, but then Carly becomes upset. When Spencer later goes out to get smoothies, he returns to find Carly and Griffin kissing on the couch. Spencer becomes furious and paranoid, forces Griffin to leave, and does not allow Carly to have any contact with him. The next night, Carly asks Spencer to spend time together, in which she tricks him into spending time with Griffin. For the second time, Spencer comes home into the scene of Carly and Griffin kissing. He then approves their dating. Meanwhile, Sam pays Freddie $50 to make a website and has a lawyer write them a contract. Freddie cannot keep up with her demands and tears up the contract, canceling the deal; Sam later makes $1,000 for selling the website and Freddie doesn't get any of the money because he tore up the contract. When Carly goes to Griffin's house one night for dinner, she steps in his room while Griffin shows her around. In the middle of them kissing, Carly finds out that Griffin collects "Pee Wee Babies" (parody of Beanie Babies). That night in Carly's apartment, Sam and Carly make fun of him for collecting "Pee Wee Babies", unaware that Griffin is listening in. He eventually dumps Carly. Meanwhile, Sam dreams that a monster scares her and eats her soup. Spencer tries to help her but later ends up dreaming about the same monster. He then wakes up, finds he is sweaty, and uses the "Sham Pow"!

Guest Star: Drew Roy as Griffin

Note: This episode was shown in a one-hour time slot with two parts; subsequent repeats on Nickelodeon in the United States air "iDate a Bad Boy" as an hour-long special. Also, even though this episode is a two-part episode, both parts were shot separately, not sequentially like most two-part episodes.[42]
4520"iReunite with Missy"Adam WeissmanJake FarrowMay 16, 2009 (2009-05-16)2184.3[43]

Carly's old friend Missy Robinson returns to Seattle and tries to become Carly's only best friend and replace Sam because she was Carly's best friend first. After inviting Sam and Carly to a ride on helicopter, she texts Sam the wrong address, sending her to a pinata factory instead. Missy then "accidentally" destroys Sam's cell phone, and gets Sam sick by giving her expired fudge. Sam realizes Missy is up to something, but no one believes her since they think that Sam is being "her usual paranoid self". When Carly is not around, Missy confesses to Sam, believing that Carly will not believe anything bad about Missy. Sam is forced to ask Freddie for help, so when he wins a six month cruise, he gives it to Missy so she will go away. Shortly after Missy is awarded with the cruise, Carly discovers Missy's plans to destroy her and Sam's friendship. Meanwhile, while packing for a camping trip, Spencer is locked in the basement by a psychotic boy, Chuck, seeking revenge from Spencer for telling on him and getting him grounded in the episode "iHurt Lewbert". Chuck is eventually caught at the end of the episode and is grounded by his father.

Guest Stars: Haley Ramm as Missy Robinson, Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, and David St. James as Mr. Howard
4621"iTake on Dingo"David KendallJake FarrowJune 13, 2009 (2009-06-13)2263.3[44]
After an episode of iCarly, some kids at school tell them that a show on the Dingo Channel called "Totally Teri" used Random Dancing in an episode, calling it "Random Jumping". Carly and Sam immediately realize that there is more than that - they even spoofed "Messing with Lewbert", which they called "Messing with Rupert" - Spencer and the iCarly team go to Hollywood to settle the issue, staying in a low-quality hotel where somebody was killed next to a window with a hobo named Hollywood. Visiting Dingo Studios, Carly and Sam confront the "Totally Teri" writers are plagiarizing iCarly skits to use for their show, and they claim they have rights to do so, since they have money and power. Meanwhile, Spencer and Freddie find Charles Dingo's (the founder of Dingo studios) head and come up with a plan (along with Sam and Carly), since they have access to the head. The next day, the iCarly group threatens to release depictions of Dingo's head on unless the writers swear not to steal the show's ideas again. Afterwards, two of the writers end up on iCarly in a skit called "Bikini Dog Food Fight".
4722"iMust Have Locker 239"David KendallEric Goldberg & Peter TibbalsJune 27, 2009 (2009-06-27)2204.0[46]

Sam and Freddie are forced to share the school's best locker after winning a contest to see how many Fat Cakes were in a jar (2,718). Meanwhile, Carly tries to get some art lessons from Spencer. Spencer teaches her about sculpting, but Carly wanted to learn how to draw a bunny after Sam and Freddie laughing at her drawing of one on iCarly. Spencer gets frustrated with her, and Carly gets lessons from an art class. Spencer barges in, telling the teacher she is not teaching "art" right. At the end of Spencer and Carly's segment, Carly's art teacher and Spencer kissed. For Freddie and Sam's segment, Freddie offered Sam $200 for her half of their locker. Sam approved the offer. A few moments later, Sam's mom comes to pick Sam up, but inadvertently destroys Locker 239, with her car hitting the wall where the locker was standing. Sam jumps in the car with Freddie's money, leaving him face to face with Mr. Howard.

Guest Star: David St. James as Mr. Howard, Cherise Bangs as Miss Fielder, and Yvette Nicole Brown as Art. Student[45]
4823"iTwins"Russ ReinselEric Goldberg & Peter TibbalsJuly 11, 2009 (2009-07-11)2245.2[47]

Sam reveals she has a twin sister named Melanie (portrayed by Jennette McCurdy in a dual role). Freddie is not convinced, and to try to prove it, he invites Melanie to a dance with him as his date. The plan to prove Melanie is really Sam takes an unexpected turn when Melanie kisses Freddie, who then becomes extremely paranoid. In the end, since Freddie refuses to believe it, Sam admits to Freddie that there is no Melanie. Satisfied, Freddie departs right before Melanie (who reveals that she still has romantic feelings for him) arrives to go to the mall with Sam and Carly. Meanwhile, Carly tries to tutor Chuck in math, and Spencer shows Carly how evil Chuck really is (with the help of a hidden video camera). Carly gets revenge on Chuck by telling him there's a new number called "durf" between 5 and 6, and because of this, Chuck fails his math test. Spencer gives Chuck's dad a brochure about a summer math camp called Camp Add-m-Up, sending Chuck to math camp for the whole summer.

Note: At the dance, one of the girls bumping Freddie around was the same girl that played Gibby's cousin in iBeat The Heat.

Guest Star: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, and David St. James as Mr. Howard.
49–5024–25"iFight Shelby Marx"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderAugust 8, 2009 (2009-08-08)221-2228.9[38]

In the third iCarly movie, Carly and martial-arts champ Shelby Marx 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, legitimately attacks Carly during the match. Carly clings onto Shelby's leg for the rest of the fight to avoid being hit. Nevel's plot is revealed and as punishment, he is trapped in a cage with an angry Shelby. The show concludes with Shelby appearing on iCarly. Meanwhile, Spencer suffers from ridiculous side effects while taking an experimental allergy medication given by a doctor.

Guest Stars: Victoria Justice as Shelby Marx, Sean Smith as Dr. Dresdin, Jonathan Spencer as Mr. Connick, and Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman.

Notes: The premiere for "iFight Shelby Marx" received 10.9 million viewers, the largest ratings for the show[38] until next season's "iQuit iCarly", and currently remains the series' third biggest audience to date. The movie's first three airings all scored in to the "Top 20 Cable ratings" that week and reached a combined 17 million viewers. Also, there was a mistake. Near the end when Shelby describes Nevel, she says that he is "about our age". However, the episode iNevel, showed that he was only 11.[48] This can be shown as a two-part episode or as an hour-long episode. Shelby Marx is mentioned in the Victorious crossover, iParty with Victorious, when Carly, Sam, and Freddie see the picture of Tori Vega on the computer. Tori Vega and Shelby Marx are both played by Victoria Justice, who also starred in Zoey 101, another show created by Dan Schneider.

Season 3: 2009-2010 change

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511"iThink They Kissed"Adam WeissmanSteve HollandSeptember 12, 2009 (2009-09-12)2278.4[49]

Carly takes Sam to the dentist after her tooth falls out during the webshow. The dentist, Doctor Wheeler, drills Sam's teeth and eventually uses nitrous oxide. Sam has an odd side-effect to the nitrous oxide, thinking her thumb is missing and that it is a secret that she likes fried chicken. When the time comes to tell a true secret, Sam accidentally reveals that her and Freddie shared a secret kiss (iKiss). Carly asks Freddie, to which he says yes in a nervous tone. Sam gets involved, which ends up in her confronting Freddie. Meanwhile, Spencer sculpts a gigantic pair of pants with some prisoners. When Spencer takes the sculpture home, it turns out to be heavier than he thought, which leads to Carly, Freddie, and Sam discovering that there are still some prisoners inside of them.

Note: In Mexico, the episode is called "iSeddie".
522"iCook"Roger ChristiansenDan SchneiderSeptember 19, 2009 (2009-09-19)2283.7[50]

On the webshow, Carly and Sam show their viewers how to make Spaghetti Tacos, a popular treat that was created by Spencer. Food TV (parody of Food Network) calls the Shay apartment and asks if they can interview the iCarly gang about Spaghetti Tacos. During the interview, Ricky Flame, a popular Seattle chef, comes into the iCarly studio and challenges the gang to a "food fight" (cook-off). When the iCarly's win, Ricky ends his cooking career. The iCarly gang encourages him to start up again, but it doesn't work. Ricky instead starts wrestling little kids. Ricky then harasses Carly, but it is ended by Sam. Meanwhile, Spencer has a vision that he hugs Nug-Nug, a character from Galaxy Wars (parody of Star Wars), at the Groovy Smoothie, after being electrocuted by Sam's locker.

Guest Starring: Al Espinosa as Ricky Flame, Martin Klebba as Nug Nug and Angela Martinez as Sarah James

Note: In this episode, Sam shows Carly and Freddie that she is barbecuing a steak with a Gary Coleman Grill. Gary Coleman Grills were first shown in the Drake & Josh episode, "The Gary Grill." Carly also mentioned putting Peruvian Puff peppers in their spaghetti tacos while making them for the challenge, which were first mentioned in the Drake & Josh episode, "Peruvian Puff Peppers." (However, they were said to be illegal in the United States on Drake & Josh). In Victorious, spaghetti taco's are mentioned at the end of the episode "Jade gets crushed".
533"iSpeed Date"Russ ReinselAndrew Hill NewmanSeptember 26, 2009 (2009-09-26)2304.6[51]

After spitting in her crush's eye, Carly becomes humiliated and tries to find a new date for a popular school dance. Sam feels for Carly's frustration, and hatches a plan to get her a date. During the webshow, Sam handcuffs Carly to a chair and duct-tapes her mouth shut while asking boys from the Seattle area to apply for Carly's date. When the gang is overwhelmed by the number of boys who show up at the meeting place (Groovy Smoothies), they set up a speed-dating session. Carly then tells Sam that she must ask Gibby to go to the dance if Carly had to go with a random iCarly fanboy. When Sam goes to invite Gibby to the dance, he surprisingly turns her down. A very puzzled Sam discovers Gibby has a girlfriend, Tasha. When Carly's pick, Austin, keeps interrupting her conversations, she finally screams "SHUT UP!" at him and then tells him to "Get out of here!" The episode ends when Sam returns to the Groovy Smoothie and sees Carly and Freddie dancing a slow dance. She turns around and leaves without saying anything. Meanwhile, Spencer tries to exercise daily with the help of a mobile phone application.

Guest stars:: Skyler Day as Magic Malika (Freddie's date), Emily Ratajkowski as Tasha, Kevin Fonteyne as Austin, Chord Overstreet as Eric, BooG!e as T-Bo, and Ethan Munck as 5 year old Gibby (credits)

Co-stars: Al Manuel Douglas as Teenage Boy, Ian Ewart as Renaissance Teenage Boy, Danny Fernandez as Kevin, Ariel Feruglio as Freeky Teen Guy, Jordan Fisher as Clark, Michael Kristian Kraning as Mark, Hannah Mear as Pretty Teenage Girl, Chord Overstreet as Eric, Michael Thomas Allen as Rick, Spencer Boldman as Nate, Sarah Ashley as Sam's Photo Double, Catherine Novis as Pretty Teenage Girl / Carly Photo Double, Skyler Beckett as Freddie's Photo Double (uncredited)
544"iCarly Awards"Steve HoeferAndrew Hill NewmanOctober 3, 2009 (2009-10-03)2234.3[52]

Carly, Sam, and Freddie present "iCarly Awards" for unusual successes of their fans. When Spencer accidentally only makes one very large iCarly award, he takes the help of some European swimsuit models to help him build ten smaller statuettes. The photographer, who was originally going to take the European swimsuit models for a calendar, demands that Spencer hand them over. Spencer constantly refuses, and eventually ties the photographer up until the awards are over. In the end, Carly surprisingly presents the giant iCarly award to Spencer, for "Best iCarly Award Builder / Best Big Brother".

Guest starring: John Burke as The Photographer
555"iHave My Principals"David KendallMatt FleckensteinOctober 17, 2009 (2009-10-17)2294.6[53]

Harold Gorman, the superintendent of Seattle Schools, fires Principal Franklin after he appears as a guest on iCarly. Principal Franklin is replaced by Ms. Briggs and Mr. Howard as the co-principals. The new principals make major changes to the school, including harshly punishing the students and adding a strict dress code. Meanwhile, Spencer tries to become a master bull rider.

Guest stars: Mindy Sterling as Ms. Briggs, Tim Russ as Principal Franklin, David St. James as Mr. Howard
Co-stars: Weston Blakesley as Superintendent Gorman, Muse Watson as Bucky, BooG!e as T-Bo, Debi Derryberry as Principal Franklin's Secretary, Matthew Moy as Shawn

Featuring: Jimmy Hock, Nick Epper, Wes Scott, Ryan Happy, Troy Smith
566"iFind Lewbert's Lost Love"David KendallMatt FleckensteinNovember 14, 2009 (2009-11-14)2365.0[54]

Sam goes to get her phone in Lewbert's office after leaving it in there during an iCarly prank. While there, Sam finds a box of Lewbert's deeply personal items, and goes through it in the iCarly studio along with Freddie and Carly. The gang finds all different things in the box, including Lewbert's male modeling and old birthday photos. The gang also finds a mysterious DVD, dedicated to Lewbert from a woman named Marta Trundel. The DVD shows Lewbert and Marta dating, which gives the iCarly gang an idea. The group calls Marta and sends her to the main lobby of Bushwell Plaza to surprise Lewbert. When Lewbert angrily spills a bowl of fruit and shoots flare guns, the iCarly gang soon discovers that Marta caused lots of things to go wrong in Lewbert's life. For example, Lewbert's personality and gross wart. The next night, Carly invites Marta to her apartment to discuss Lewbert. Carly tells Marta that the gang was wrong to call her, which Marta responds, "You skunkbag!" Marta figures that Carly wants her out of the way so she could have Lewbert all to herself. That isn't the case—how can they solve the problem? Meanwhile, Spencer takes a job as building watch patrol and tries to catch a criminal, which turns out to be his arch-nemesis, Chuck Chambers.

Guest Stars: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, Lara Jill Miller as Mrs. Kravitz, Kit Pongetti as Marta Trundel, Nicole Taylor as Gabriella and Patrick Labyorteaux as Fig Nooter Guy.
577"iMove Out"Steve HoeferArthur GradsteinNovember 28, 2009 (2009-11-28)2415.6[55]
After Mrs. Benson pushes Freddie too far by making Freddie eat asparagus while doing "iCarly", showing people at school his baby pictures, and vacuuming his ear while he was sleeping, Freddie gets upset, moves out and gets his own apartment on the elevator room of Bushwell Plaza. Meanwhile, Carly, Sam, and Freddie start a pet photography business, only to see their studio destroyed by a snooty competing pet photography business owners Stewart Butler and Ollie Paisley. To get revenge, the trio decide to destroy their studio. When Stewart and Ollie come back early, Carly, Freddie and Sam hurry home. Sam, however, kidnaps their cat Harmu just before leaving. Mrs. Benson realises she needs Freddie and he makes her promise not to embarrass him in public again.
58–598–9"iQuit iCarly"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderDecember 5, 2009 (2009-12-05)233-2349.9[38]

The iCarly gang meets Fleck and Dave, the two kids who run the "Fleck and Dave Show." But they show their "difficulties" when Carly and Sam arrive. They get compared, Dave to Carly, and Fleck to Sam. In the meantime, Spencer tries to win a boat and becomes obsessed with the contest. During the argument, Carly and Sam are outside the window washer's platform without harnesses and nearly cost them their lives. In the end, the Four, together, make the trailer to a non-existent film called The Blowing.

Note: The Pirates is a parody of the Pittsburgh Pirates. At one point during the episode when Sam was angry, she told Carly that she already named the show after herself. As it turns out, it was Freddie in the first episode who suggested the name of their webshow to be iCarly.
6010"iSaved Your Life"Larry LaFondEric Goldberg & Peter TibbalsJanuary 18, 2010 (2010-01-18)23212.4[56]

When Carly is crossing a street and does not see a taco truck turning around the corner, Freddie does and pushes Carly out of the way. Carly is safe, but Freddie is injured instead. Carly starts to develop feelings for Freddie and nurtures him till he's back on his feet. Then Sam has a conversation with Freddie about the accident and realizes that Carly 's feelings toward Freddie might have been more of a reaction to him saving her life, rather than about her true feelings for him. Freddie takes Sam's advice and breaks up with Carly. They agree that if Carly still has feelings for him after the whole "hero thing" wears off, that they might consider rekindling their relationship. Meanwhile, Sam and Spencer are up against each other in a paintball "assassin" game to see who wins the final round (originally Carly and Freddie were part of the game until they lost the first round; Freddie was doing a camera test)

Guest Stars: Kelsey Sanders as girl asking Freddie out and Cazimir Milostan as SendEx Mailman

Notes: This episode premiered to 12.4 million viewers, making it the highest rated live action telecast in Nickelodeon history, as well as the #1 telecast of all TV (cable and broadcast) that night. It scored a 2.0 rating for adults 18-49, a series high. It is also the highest rated iCarly episode ever.[56] On February 12 and 13th, Nickelodeon aired an extended version of the episode, which includes seven minutes of scenes cut from the original episode, due to the fact of the episode running too long.[57][58]
6111"iWas a Pageant Girl"Adam WeissmanAndrew Hill NewmanJanuary 29, 2010 (2010-01-29)2375.2[59]

Sam admits to her friends that she was a former child beauty pageant contestant when a guest on iCarly says she will be competing in the pageant using martial arts for the talent round, Sam was suspended due to her being suspected of pushing a candidate down a stage, but was being framed, then convinces Carly into competing against her old rival. Spencer and Freddie find a card game that chases their dates away. Eventually though, when Sam learns she can enter the pageant (because she was suspended for 7 years, which was 7 and a half years ago), she enters again, hoping to defeat her arch-rival. Sam actually gets her wish, because she won the pageant because she is able to reunite with her old dance teacher Ernie who does a dance for the talent round.

Guest Stars: Gilland Jones as LeAnne Carter; Lane Napper as Ernie

Note: Quinn Pensky from Zoey 101 is mentioned is this episode, when the girls are telling their names and talents. It is only mentioned in the background, though. Also, another fake website was mentioned in this episode: It was mentioned when Sam tried to get Carly to put fake boobs in her own bra, and Carly says it's not a booby pageant and asks Sam where she got the fake boobs, and Sam says from
6212"iEnrage Gibby"Jonathan GoldsteinJake FarrowFebruary 5, 2010 (2010-02-05)2354.8[60]

While Freddie helps Gibby's girlfriend, Tasha, find a gift for his birthday party in the iCarly studio, Tasha accidentally falls on Freddie. Gibby then walks in and thinks Freddie "macked on" Tasha, so he challenges Freddie to a fight on iCarly. Freddie learns that Gibby is an amazing kickboxer and is being trained by Sam. In the end, Freddie shows Gibby a webcam video (that has been watching some bread mold) which caught the video of Tasha actually falling on Freddie. Gibby sees it and after he does, he apologizes to Freddie. Gibby says, "I feel like turd." Soon after, they become friends again. Meanwhile, Spencer is mistakenly reported dead because of natural causes, so he capitalizes on the opportunity to sell his art for more money than if he was living. But then he realizes he doesn't want to be dead anymore, because its boring sitting in the house. He then tries to tell people he's alive.

Guest Stars: Emily Ratajkowski as Tasha, and Deena Dill as Charlotte (Gibby's mother)
6313"iSpace Out"Russ ReinselJake FarrowMarch 5, 2010 (2010-03-05)2395.3[61][62]
A billionaire asks Carly, Sam, & Freddie to put on the first live web show from outer space. So, they're able to undergo tests for space travel, competing against the web show called "Exercise Rocks." While Carly gets Sam and Freddie to stop fighting, she ends up flipping out, and finds a hammer and breaks the glass breaking out of the simulation room. During Then, Spencer is bothered by a mysterious little girl who follows him through the whole apartment. And in the end, the little girl does the same with Carly, but only exits.
6414"iFix a Pop Star"Steve HoeferMatt FleckensteinMarch 19, 2010 (2010-03-19)2313.8[63]

Carly, Sam and Freddie are shocked when they find out that they have to rehearse with Ginger Fox, a talentless, shrewish popstar. And things become a disaster when Ginger has not had a rehearsal in 7 years in her age 26. Spencer begins dating Charlotte, Gibby's mother, but has difficulty kissing her when he realizes she looks too much like Gibby, but Charlotte says Spencer looks too much like Carly. When they start kissing, Spencer sees Gibby's face, and Charlotte sees Carly's face.

Guest Stars: Betsy Rue as Ginger Fox, and Deena Dill as Charlotte (Gibby's mother)

Note: Ginger Fox is a parody of Britney Spears.
6515"iBloop"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderApril 17, 2010 (2010-04-17)2454.3[64]

Miranda Cosgrove and Jerry Trainor introduce bloopers and outtakes ever since the series began. These include the entire cast. Some of the bloopers are from future episodes at the time. This episode is viewed in terms of continuity, as "apart" from the series.

Absent: Nathan Kress as Freddie Benson and Jennette McCurdy as Sam Puckett

Notes: Drake Bell appears in one blooper. Drake was visiting the set during the tapping of iWill Date Freddie and decided to wreck the scene. The actors decided to stay in character rather than break out of character.
6616"iWon't Cancel the Show"Steve HoeferEric Goldberg & Peter TibbalsMay 1, 2010 (2010-05-01)2384.9[65]

Freddie learns that Sam is in juvie, and will not get out in time to do iCarly. Carly is determined not to cancel the show since her father will be watching, so she asks Spencer to fill in, which will prove difficult since he has a date that same night.

Absent: Jennette McCurdy as Sam Puckett
Guest Stars: Amie Farrell as Candace

Note: Jennette McCurdy who portrays Sam was absent due to being in the hospital at the time.
6717"iBelieve in Bigfoot"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderMay 8, 2010 (2010-05-08)2404.4[66]

Carly tries to prove there's a Bigfoot creature, a legendary creature claimed to have been seen by many people in the Pacific Northwest, after Bigfoot fever hits Seattle. So the iCarly gang goes up to Mount Baker National Forest in Socko's RV, surprised to find Dr. Sydney Van Gurbin who was on iCarly and made the book "Bigfoot True or Real". Meanwhile, Spencer is trying to prove that a "Beavecoon", a combination of a beaver's head and a raccoons body, exists.

Note: In the beginning of the episode Carly and Freddie come out in two costumes for a clip they are doing for the web show, the video has a parody of Michael Jackson's Thriller to pay a tribute to the late king of pop who died on June 25, 2009. Freddie is Michael Jackson while Carly is the actress, Ola Ray. Freddie said when they found out Dr. Van Gurbin is bigfoot he says "this is a Scooby Doo moment". Also, when Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer were in their RV they stopped for hot dogs at "Robin's Wieners". The show's supervising producer is Robin Weiner. The website that Carly looks up Bigfoot is a parody of Wikipedia.

Guest star: Craig Welzbacher as Dr. Sydney Van Gurbin.
68–6918–19"iPsycho"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Ben HuebscherJune 4, 2010 (2010-06-04)243-2448.2[56]

Carly, Sam and Freddie try to cheer up a lonely fan named Nora Dirshlitt on her birthday. Nora´s parents abandoned her on her birthday, she has no guests at all and shortly after the iCarly trio arrives, an 87-year old clown has an aneurysm (and probably died from it). Carly and Freddie decide to do a special iCarly webcast to show people from Nora´s school they are at her party, and a lot of people show up. Nora is happy about her sudden popularity (and even has the courage to kiss a popular girl). When the party is over, she traps Carly, Sam and Freddie in a basement, thinking that they were angels sent to her to change her life. To make sure that no one knows what happened to them, she cancels their appearance at Webicon and texts their respective families that everything is going fine. After a few failed attempts to escape, Carly gets an idea to make a coded SOS message for Gibby with the hint "Every fourth (Carly). Word (Freddie). Every fourth (Sam). Word (Freddie)". The decoded message then says "The (Freddie) crazy (Sam) girl (Carly) trapped (Sam) us (Carly), please save us (Sam)". Gibby, however, is doing home repairs with Spencer in exchange for setting up a camp in the loft. When he gets the message and manages to decode it, Gibby, along with his younger brother Guppy, leaves to rescue them. He breaks down the door of Nora's house, and starts fighting with her. Nora and Gibby are evenly matched, but luckily, Guppy finds Nora´s keys and releases the iCarly trio. Sam then uses the "Vulcan Nerve Pinch" (a reference to Star Trek) on Nora, which knocks her out. The iCarly trio call the police, and she goes to juvenile detention. While Carly sympathizes for her, Sam says that she'll make friends in prison. The episode ends with Carly, Sam, Freddie, Spencer, Gibby, and Guppy all singing "100 Cartons of Milk on the Wall" around a campfire, which they ironically learned from Nora.

Special guest star: Daniella Monet as Popular girl
Guest stars: Ethan Munck as Guppy Gibson (Gibby's little brother), Danielle Morrow as Nora Dershlit and Deena Dill as Charlotte Gibson (Gibby and Guppy's mother).

Notes: 9.0 million viewers, making it the most watched entertainment broadcast on cable this quarter, basically matching the 2010 Kids' Choice Awards.[67] Across most kid and teen demos, the performance of "iPsycho" was the highest rated telecast of the year of any telecast (broadcast or cable), with the exception of "iSaved Your Life" and the 2010 Super Bowl.[67] "iPsycho" nearly quadrupled the ratings of Nickelodeon's direct competition. Guest star Daniella Monet is the fourth cast member of the Dan Schneider-created Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious to guest-star on iCarly; Leon Thomas III guest-starred in season one's "iCarly Saves TV", Victoria Justice guest-starred in season two's "iFight Shelby Marx" and Lane Napper guest starred in season two's "iWas a Pageant girl". The Special was nominated for Favorite Family Movie at the People Choice Awards but lost to Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. It's sequel "iStill Psycho" aired in Season 5.
7020"iBeat the Heat"Steve HoeferSteve HollandJune 26, 2010 (2010-06-26)2424.1[68]

After a power outage, everyone in the apartment building goes to the Shays' apartment for Spencer's Norwegian air conditioning, including Mrs. Benson, Lewbert, Chuck and Carly's ex-boyfriend Griffin. Freddie meets a girl named Sabrina he talked to online and things become awkward when he finds out that she is taller than he expected since he had not seen her in person. Carly has a project she is working on for school and tries to make sure that no one destroys it. In the end, Sabrina destroys the project. Meanwhile, Spencer develops a crush on Chuck's sister.

Guest stars: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck and Drew Roy as Griffin

Note: This is the first time that the "iCarly" webshow has not been featured in an episode, but was only mentioned twice.

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711"iGot a Hot Room"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderJuly 30, 2010 (2010-07-30)3017.8[69]

Spencer makes Carly a gummy bear lamp for her upcoming 16th birthday. When the lamp accidentally bursts into flames, it causes a fire in Carly's room. When Spencer finds out that their great-grandmother's diamond-encrusted wristwatch was burned in the fire, he eventually tells a lawyer and gets a check for $82,000. He uses the entire amount of money to make Carly an entire new room, which includes an ice-cream sandwich love seat, a wardrobe with a touch pad clothing selector, a makeup table with a built-in hairdryer, a coffee table with floating ceramic boats, and a trampoline which Carly can literally jump into bed. Also, a gummy bear chandelier made of fire resistant gummy bears. Carly immediately thanks her friends and especially Spencer for being the best big brother ever. Also, in the beginning, Spencer gets an entire new haircut from Gibby's grandfather.

Guest stars: Jack Carter as Gilbert Gibsson (Gibby's Grandfather), BooG!e as T-Bo, David Dean Bottrell as Bob, Stephen Jared as Chief Donker

Note: The episode was nominated the award, Primetime Emmy Award, for Outstanding Children's Program. Near the end of the episode, while Spencer is doing a roll call, the camera points to two young adults who resemble Karen and Richard Carpenter. Also at the end of the episode, Carly, Sam, and Freddie sing the theme songs from iCarly, Drake and Josh, and Victorious, which of course are Dan Schneider's shows.
722"iSam's Mom"Adam WeissmanJake FarrowSeptember 11, 2010 (2010-09-11)3055.9[70]

After constantly arguing with her mother, Sam moves in with Carly. When Sam's unfortunate habits and messy living conditions become a problem, Carly invites Pam, Sam's mother, to the apartment so her and her daughter could resolve their problems. The solution becomes a enormous argument, in which the Shay sofa gets thrown into the kitchen. Sam and Pam go to therapy and are locked in a tiny room called a therapy box, in which they are not set free unless they make up and act nice. The therapist figures Carly can talk some sense into them, and locks Carly with the ladies, in which Carly eventually has an unfortunate panic attack while in such a small space. Pam and Sam make up and hug, with a happy ending. Meanwhile, Freddie becomes trapped in danger after a criminal discovers his address and identification. So he and Mrs. Benson hide in Carly and Spencer's apartment, along with a body guard who was in the army. This annoys Spencer up to the point that he switches the numbers on Freddie's door with the ones on the door down the hall, which successfully works when the criminal comes to seek revenge.

Special guest star: Jane Lynch as Pam Puckett, Sam's Mother
Guest stars: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Kyle T. Heffner as Dr. Parper, Anthony Vitale as Gunsmoke, Aaron Aguilera as Shadow Hammer, BooG!e as T-Bo.

Note: The opening sequence is slightly modified in this episode to showcase more footage from season 4, a star effect is added to when the iCarly logo comes into focus and the original ending shot used for the season 3 opening sequence was replaced with Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer jumping on a trampoline. Also, in one scene, Freddie's body guard is watching Full House, with someone else playing Michelle saying "You got it dude".
733"iGet Pranky"Adam WeissmanArthur GradsteinSeptember 25, 2010 (2010-09-25)3045.2[71]

After Carly recruits Spencer to help her prank Sam and Freddie, Spencer can not stop pulling pranks. The worst part is he didn't learn his lesson from a traumatic pranking experience (which involved dumping garlic powder on kids faces) when he was in high school that occurred 14 years earlier. In the end, Carly and the gang get the kids from Spencer's high school to come to their house. Carly goes upstairs to get her video camera, but by the time she gets down, the now-adult kids have already started beating up Spencer, and the episode ends.

Guest star: BooG!e as T-Bo

Note: During this episode, Carly and Spencer are seen watching episodes of "Drake and Josh", another Nickelodeon show in which they both starred in. When Carly is sitting on the couch watching TV, she is watching the episode "Megan's Revenge". In another scene, Spencer is also on the couch, and is watching the episode "The Storm". Even though you can't see the footage being shown, you can clearly hear it in the background.
744"iSell Penny Tees"Russ ReinselMatt FleckensteinOctober 2, 2010 (2010-10-02)3034.0[72]

When Carly, Sam and Freddie's penny tees are a hit, they decide to go into business to make them, so when Sam decides to hire fourth graders from a bible school to make the Penny Tees, Sam and Freddie both get different ideas on how to treat the children. Later in the episode, Sam splits the kids up and kids with last names from N-Z go to Carly and other kids stay with Sam. Carly and Freddie's kids think that it's all about breaks and having fun, and when they only make 6 tees in 1 day, Carly and Freddie stop the business. In the end, they try to give the kids a second chance but turns out they already started their own Penny Tee business and hired writers their age. Meanwhile in the episode, Spencer dates a girl from Uzbekistan. Spencer doesn't understand what she says, since does not speak a word of English.

Guest stars: Irina Voronina as Krustacia, Matthew Glen Johnson as Reggie
755"iDo"Steve HoeferJake FarrowOctober 11, 2010 (2010-10-11)3026.7[73]

A couple desperately wants to get married but things take a step when the bride decides that she wants to marry Spencer instead. Carly desperately askes the groom to sing the song to try to marry the bride again, but he wets his pants and feels too embarrassed. So Carly sings the song that the groom wrote. Meanwhile, Gibby and Guppy spot a 5 dollar bill in a tree and try to get help from a woman named Hazel. They then get the five dollar bill and they run away before she sees them. Guest stars: Ethan Munck as Guppy Gibson, J. D. Walsh as Gordon Birch, Rakefet Abergel as Jodi Flooger, Sherry Weston as Hazel, Joe Dietl as Jeb Birch

Notes: The song which Carly performs, "Shakespeare" is also on Miranda Cosgrove's album, Sparks Fly. Also, J. D. Walsh plays Gordon, which is also his character name for his recurring role on Two and a Half Men.
76–776–7"iStart a Fan War"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderNovember 19, 2010 (2010-11-19)308-3095.0[75]

The iCarly team is going to Webicon and they accidentally start a fan war, a war between fans thanks to Sam. The fans are divided who should end up together: Carly and Freddie (Creddie) or Sam and Freddie (Seddie). Meanwhile Spencer faces battle-to-battle with his online gaming nemesis, Asparatamay (Jack Black) and when Aspartamay finds out his opponent Aruthur has a sister he tries to destroy her. As a sub-plot, Gibby's grandfather is supposed to go to Webicon along with Gibby and Guppy but he complains that wants to have soup first.

Reception from this episode was very negative from iCarly fans, mainly because they had hoped for Creddie and Seddie moments as promised in the promotions. Dan Schneider later issued an apology for this, criticizing the network for poor episode promotion.[74]

Special guest star: Jack Black as Aspartamay
Special guest appearances by: Alec Medlock as Craig, Scott Halberstadt as Eric, Jake Farrow as Gavin (From Drake & Josh) and Abby Wilde as Stacey (From Zoey 101).
Guest stars: Jack Carter as Gilbert Gibson (Gibby's Grandfather), Ethan Munck as Guppy, Max Ehrich as Adam, David Boat as Nolan
Co-stars: Marlane Barnes as Tina, Cathy Baron as Sheena, Ryan Bates as David, Nick Clark as Kenny, Kal Mansoor as Ado, Griffin Anglin as Background Chanter #1, Stephanie Cicero as Background Chanter #2, Joe Clark as Background Chanter #3, Francesca Ellana as Background Chanter #4, Gil L. Aroy as Background Chanter #5, John Reha as W.O.W. Fan #1, Mark Antani as W.O.W. Fan #2, Andrea Swain as W.O.W. Fan #3, Nick Armstrong as Warlords Booth Worker, Kent Avenido as Blow Far Nerd, Morgan Bateman as Stunt Fan #1, Matt Deadrick as Stunt Fan #2, Chad Carleton as Bell Pole Player, Matthew Landon as Red Skybot (uncredited)

Notes: This is the second time that Miranda Cosgrove starred with Jack Black, since School of Rock. The film also includes appearances by characters from series already completed by Dan Schneider, including Drake & Josh and Zoey 101. The ending shot where Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer are seen jumping on a trampoline is omitted and replaced with a shot of Carly, Sam, Freddie, Spencer and Gibby singing into the microphone.
788"iHire an Idiot"Clayton BoenArthur GradsteinFebruary 12, 2011 (2011-02-12)3074.9[76]

Exhausted by the work needed to run iCarly, the cast holds interviews for a new intern. Sam and Carly find an interviewee named Cort extremely attractive and hire him on the spot, despite the fact that he is obviously very incompetent and unintelligent. Cort immediately starts causing problems at iCarly, and Freddie insists that he should be fired. Carly and Sam refuse, so Freddie decides to hire an extremely attractive but dumb girl named Ashley as an intern. Cort and Ashley both make too much trouble with their stupidity, so Freddie offers to fire Ashley if the girls agree to fire Cort. Sam and Carly agree and both interns are fired. As she's leaving, we learn that Ashley is actually intelligent and that she was pretending to be dumb for a sociology assignment. Meanwhile, Spencer tries to sneak his Bottle Bot sculpture into an art museum to prevent his grandfather from making him go back to law school.

Guest stars: Daniel Booko as Cort, Teresa Castillo as Ashley, Justin Prentice as Brad, Malcolm Devine as Roy, Abby Wilde as Stacey, and Greg Mullavey as Grandad Shay
Co-stars: Rudy Martinez as Stu, Dale Waddington as Museum Curator, Lavelle Roby as Lady at the Art Museum

Note: This is the second time the same character from Zoey 101 appeared: Abby Wilde as Stacey Dillsen. At the end of the episode Freddie tells Carly and Sam that Ashley works at the Pear Store, which is a parody of the Apple Store.
799"iPity the Nevel"Russ ReinselMatt FleckensteinMarch 19, 2011 (2011-03-19)3064.6[77]

A video of Nevel yelling at a little girl goes viral and ruins his image, so he asks the iCarly gang for help in restoring his reputation. The iCarlies help Nevel by posting a video of him buying smoothies for customers at the Groovy Smoothie and giving them creamed corn, but the attempt fails to restore his reputation. Nevel then chooses to sincerely apologize on iCarly to the little girl he yelled at. This succeeds in gaining the public's sympathy and Nevel is no longer hated. That is, until he is caught on video losing his temper with a man in a wheelchair who bumped into him.

Guest star: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman

Note: The title is reference to famous Mr.T line "I pity the fool." Also, Stacey Dillsen's name can be spotted on at one point during the episode. When Nevel is seen on the bench, the advertisement in the back was Schneider's Pickles All Varieties. It is stated that Schneider likes to throw in his name in episodes.
8010"iOMG"Adam WeissmanDan SchneiderApril 9, 2011 (2011-04-09)3107.4[78]

Ridgeway High School is holding a lock-in during which students pull all-nighters and work on finishing projects. At the beginning of the episode the character Brad (previously seen in iHire an Idiot) is hired as an intern for iCarly. He and Freddie team up for their school project, which is a mood reader application for the PearPad called Mood Face. To everyone's surprise, Sam volunteers to work with them on their project, and they accept her help. In the following scene we find out that Sam has uncharacteristically been choosing to hang out with Freddie and Brad often. Spencer agrees to help Carly and Gibby with their project, which includes performing psychological experiments, by being their test subject. At the lock-in, Freddie becomes suspicious of Sam's nice behavior towards him and Brad. When he tests his Mood Face app on Sam, the results say she's in love and Freddie immediately assumes that Brad is the object of Sam's affection. He runs to tell Carly the news, which leads Carly to confront Sam about loving Brad. Sam denies having feelings for Brad, but Carly doesn't believe this to be true. Taking matters into her own hands, Carly decides to set Sam and Brad up (with Freddie's help) by leaving them alone in a classroom. Afterwards, Sam angrily confronts Carly about her matchmaking attempt and insists that she doesn't love Brad. Carly remains unconvinced, mainly because of Sam's recent eagerness to spend time with Freddie and Brad any chance she gets. Sam leaves and goes to sit alone outside the school. Freddie goes out to where she is to talk about what's happened. Sam once again denies being in love with Brad and, frustrated—as she has to admit to herself that Freddie can't even imagine her being in love with him and still thinks she hates him due to all the things she herself had done to him in the past years—tells Freddie to leave. However, he instead decides to stay and gives her advice about taking a risk with love. Halfway through Freddie giving Sam advice, Sam kisses Freddie. The episode ends with a shocked Carly watching the scene from inside the school through a window.

Guest star: Justin Prentice as Brad, Kyle Goleman as Screaming Boy, Tim Russ as Principal Franklin (voice), Ben Begley as Food Cart Guy, Ethan Munck as Guppy (in ending credits)

Note: This episode ends on a cliffhanger and will be resumed in "iLost My Mind." iOMG's storyline continues for four episodes. This episode takes place after iParty with Victorious.
81–8311–13"iParty with Victorious"Steve HoeferDan SchneiderJune 11, 2011 (2011-06-11)311-3137.3[79]

Carly is in a brand new relationship with a boy named Steven. Sam goes online to and sees Steven with another girl by the name of Tori Vega and tries to inform Carly that Steven is cheating on her, but Carly refuses to believe her unless she has proof, saying "everyone is innocent until proven cheaty". The group, including Gibby, decide to drive down to Los Angeles and crash a party at Kenan Thompson's house to find out if Steven is really cheating on Carly. But before they arrive at the party, they get disguises for the party in case anyone recognizes the iCarly gang (which would cause major distractions). They stop at the house of Moni, who was Spencer's past girlfriend and is also a celebrity makeup artist. Moni, though still angry at Spencer for backing a car over her, transforms them into different looking people. Carly catches Steven with Tori, and she sees him giving Tori the same exact charm bracelet that he gave her and telling her, "it's one of a kind, just like you", which he also had told Carly at the beginning of the episode. Tori then tells Steven that she loves him and Steven says "I love you too". Carly is devastated, but she tells Tori about Steven's cheating, and together, she, Tori, Sam, Freddie, and Kenan come together with a plan to expose Steven's bad nature live on iCarly in front of a million people in a small closet where Tori and Steven originally planned to have their 100-day kiss. Steven angrily leaves the closet while the iCarly gang party inside, with the graphic "Random Humiliation" flashing on the screen. The whole time this is happening, other events occur, including Andre trying to get some people to calm down and/or leave, as he thought there were only supposed to be a few people at this party, though failing, while getting chased by a mysterious dude in a panda suit. Also, Rex has a freestyle rap battle with random people in the audience, though eventually getting beaten by Sam.

Special guest appearance by: Kenan Thompson as himself
Special guest stars: Victoria Justice as Tori Vega, Leon Thomas III as Andre Harris, Matt Bennett as Robbie Shapiro, Elizabeth Gillies as Jade West, Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine, Avan Jogia as Beck Oliver and Daniella Monet as Trina Vega
Guest stars: Eric Lange as Erwin Sikowitz, Michael Eric Reid as Sinjin Van Cleef, Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Jake Farrow as Rex Powers, Cameron Stewart as Steven Carson, Kwame Patterson as DJ Mustang, David St. James as Mr. Howard, Jen Liley as Monie, Lane Napper as Lane, Marilyn Harris as Andre's Grandmother, Cierra Russel as Mabel, Walt Shoen as Wilson, Dabier as Rex Challenger, Justin Castor as Mark and BooG!e as Panda.

Note: Victoria Justice also played Shelby Marx in an iCarly episode, Due to this, Tori is mentioned looking like Shelby Marx by Sam. The episode was the highest rated television program for the week. It also took the #1 spot, ranking as the number-one entertainment telecast of 2011 across all TV with kids 6-11, and tweens 9-14. It posted huge triple-digit gains over last year's like time period and averaged a 9.8/3.5 million K2-11 (+188%), 13.3/2.9 million K6-11 (+136%) and 13.7/2.9 million T9-14 (+234%). The primetime premiere also led its direct competitor in the same time period by huge triple and quadruple-digits, with total viewers and all kid and tween demos.[79] The total number of viewers were 7.316 mil., ranking #1 for the week on cable. The immediate repeat from 9:30pm-11pm (EDT) ranked #8, drawing 4.610 mil. viewers. Another repeat on Sunday June 12 7pm-8:30pm (EDT) ranked #17, drawing 3.916 mil. viewers.[80] In the U.K. Nickelodeon (UK & Ireland) renamed it iParty to promote it as an iCarly episode, but the actual title of the show still appears as iParty With Victorious.

Season 5: 2011-12 change

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841"iLost My Mind"Steve Hoefer[82]Dan Schneider & Matt FleckensteinAugust 13, 2011 (2011-08-13)402[83]5.5[84]

Three days after the events of "iOMG", Carly tries to find out where Sam is, because she has not seen her since the kiss between her and Freddie. Freddie locates Sam at a mental hospital by tracking down her Pear Phone. There, Sam reveals that she checked herself into the mental hospital, unable to cope with her feelings towards Freddie. After a talk with Freddie, she is ready to leave but isn't able to since she needs a parent to sign out. However, Sam's mother is away getting surgery. To get her out, Carly and Freddie decide to have Spencer dress up as Sam's mother, but his cover is quickly blown by an old friend of his from law school who doesn't understand the situation. Unable to get Sam out in time to do "iCarly", the gang does the show live from the mental hospital where Carly and Sam questions their fans on whether or not Sam is crazy for kissing Freddie. Freddie then tells how he feels and passionately kisses Sam. Absent: Noah Munck as Gibby Gibson

Special guest star: Jim Parsons as Caleb, a mental patient who believes he is from the year 2077
Co-stars: Monique Edwards as Flora, Brian D. Johnson as Chief Security Guard, Jason Weissbrod as Gary Bervin, Zarii Arri as Little Girl, Carol Lyn Black as Old Lady, Peggy Clements as Natalie, Tracy Dillon as Book Club Woman, Jeremy Dozier as Goopy Gilbert, Alfred Rubin Thompson as Huge Scary Patient, Sally Elphick as Nancy
Featuring: Noah Jacob Geldberg, Iran Dainel, Michelle Gunn, Jaycee Levin, Lisa Lillian, Paul Short, Chris Erric Maddox, Trevor Teigtmeier

Notes: This episode is a continuation of "iOMG".[81]
852"iDate Sam & Freddie"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowSeptember 10, 2011 (2011-09-10)401[83]4.1[85]

After the events of "iLost My Mind", Sam and Freddie begin a very rocky relationship, but problems circulate around Carly when She has to resolve their every fight (even one at 3 am). Meanwhile, Gibby finds a puppy and he wants to share it with Carly, in an attempt to get closer to her. At the near end of the episode, Freddie and Sam go on a date, but take Carly with them to resolve a fight if they get into one. After Sam and Freddie criticize each other, Carly steps in and say "if they can't go one day without arguing then they shouldn't be going out at all." Spencer spends time hanging out with his new lawn made from Kentucky Chub Grass in the apartment.

Guest star: BooG!e as T-Bo

Note: This episode continues the story from "iLost My Mind".
863"iCan't Take It"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Arthur GradsteinSeptember 17, 2011 (2011-09-17)403[83]4.8[87]

Gibby tries to break up Sam and Freddie, as Sam now uses him as a target for her violent tendences. He recruits Carly, who is unsure about whose side to take (even after Sam and Freddie fail to attend an iCarly shoot, leaving her to and Gibby to run the show single-handedly). He also recruits Mrs. Benson, by telling her that her son is dating Sam. Meanwhile, Freddie's application to "N.E.R.D. Camp" is rejected, which, unknown to him, Sam trashed the application. When Freddie finds out, he threatens to dump Sam. Carly, finally coming down on her friends' side, helps smooth out the argument, and the two stay together while a repentant Gibby sings a love song.

Meanwhile, Freddie gets Spencer to lie to Mrs. Benson in order to cover his relationship with Sam. Spencer, tired of lying, finds himself attempting to open a bakery from the Shays' loft in order to make his lie the truth.[86]

Guest star: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson

Note: This episode continues the story from "iDate Sam & Freddie"
874"iLove You"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowSeptember 24, 2011 (2011-09-24)404[83]3.5[88]

Carly convinces Sam and Freddie to try each other's hobbies. Freddie takes Sam to his train engineer club much to her dismay. On the other hand, Sam takes Freddie to jail with her to visit her Uncle Carmine and Cousin Chaz. Meanwhile, Spencer's past babysitter arrives and starts to treat him like a 4 year old. Because of this Carly gives the two a talk about if they like each other they should act like it. Sam and Freddie overhear and take Carly's advice. While in the elevator they admit that they love each other but end up breaking up (and deciding to re-break up at 12 since it was only 10:30).

Guest stars: Charlene Amoia as Jenna, Jim Giordano as Uncle Carmine, Joey Russo as Chaz

Note: This episode concludes the 5-part story timeline of Sam and Freddie's relationship starting from iOMG. "Give It Up" from Victorious can be heard in this episode while Carly, Sam and Freddie are in Carly's room.
885"iQ"David KendallDan Schneider & Matt FleckensteinOctober 1, 2011 (2011-10-01)405[83]3.8[89]

Sam and Freddie help Carly to impress her latest crush, Kyle, by being smarter than she is through studying habits. However, she soon decides that since she can't remember all the things she studied, she needs to look over information so she decides to write notes on her arm, and regain information from the Internet. However, when she does this in the middle of her date with Kyle, she gets caught, which leads into problems. Meanwhile, T-Bo is evicted from "The Groovy Smoothie", therefore, Freddie gives him a chance to move into his and Mrs. Benson's loft, but must be a person that Mrs. Benson would accept, leading Freddie and Sam to change him up for his interview. On the other hand, Spencer tries to open a safe he found at the junk yard.

Note: As of this episode, T-Bo now resides in "Bushwell Plaza" with Freddie and his mother, Mrs. Benson, and is Carly and Spencer's neighbor.

Guest stars: BooG!e as T-Bo, Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Kevin Railsback as Kyle
896"iBloop 2: Electric Bloopaloo"Clayton BoenDan Schneider & Matt FleckensteinDecember 28, 2011 (2011-12-28)411[90]3.1[91]

Christopher Cane (Rex from Victorious) interviews the cast and shows their bloopers from the show. The interviews go in the following order: Jennette McCurdy (Sam), Nathan Kress (Freddie), Jerry Trainor (Spencer), BooG!e (T-Bo, though they did not review his bloopers), Noah Munck (Gibby), and Miranda Cosgrove (Carly).

Guest stars: Jake Farrow (credited as Christopher Cane) as the voice of Rex, BooG!e as T-Bo.

Notes: This is the sequel to "iBloop". The episode title is a reference to the 1980s film Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. This episode was mentioned as "Christopher Cane's An Evening with iCarly".
90–917–8"iStill Psycho"David Kendall[92]Dan Schneider & Jake FarrowDecember 31, 2011 (2011-12-31)407-408[93]5.5[94]

Carly, Sam, Freddie, and Gibby are invited to Nora Derschlit's parole hearing. As victims of her crime, the iCarlys have a say in whether or not Nora gets released from prison. They decide to let her go, and after Nora and her mother invite the iCarlys to their house for a Norwegian supper, the iCarlys become on friendly terms with Nora once again. However, when Spencer comes to pick them up, Nora's mother locks him in the basement on a spin wheel which is controlled by a special remote. Nora and her mother trap the iCarlys in their house and refuse to let them leave. Nora says that her birthday party will go on "forever, and ever, and ever..." Gibby, while trying to escape for help, gets stuck in the chimney. The next morning, Nora's dad returns from his camping trip and becomes part of the scandal. Meanwhile, T-Bo is kicked out of the Benson's apartment after Mrs. Benson finds out who the real T-Bo is. She gets an emergency notification on Freddie's "tracking device" that tells him he is in trouble. Mrs. Benson and T-Bo ride over to Nora's house on T-Bo's motorcycle and come crashing through the door to rescue the iCarlys. They beat up Nora and her parents, and they wind up going to prison forever. At the end of the episode, Gibby is still stuck in the chimney.

Notes: This is the sequel to "iPsycho". This marks the first time "The Fencin' Bensons" were mentioned since Season 1's "iFence"

Guest star: Danielle Morrow as Nora, BooG!e as T-Bo, Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson
929"iBalls"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Ben HuebscherJanuary 7, 2012 (2012-01-07)410[83]4.1[95]

After Carly has to head to Yakima for the weekend, Freddie decides he wants to be a creative member of the iCarly team which includes him wanting to perform on the show. Freddie wants to co-host the show with Sam while Gibby works the camera. Things, however, go awry as no one thinks his skit is funny. Sam convinces Freddie to try out more 3-D effects which he does. This later messes up people's vision. Freddie is soon reassured that he is creative when he cures the vision of a young girl with an eye condition. Meanwhile, Spencer hires a personal assistant named Marty.

Guest star: BooG!e as T-Bo and Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson

Note: Despite Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) being the main character, and due to her going to Yakima, she was in less than ten minutes of this episode and The Young girl named Courtney shared similar lines to the Character on The Amanda Show.
9310"iMeet the First Lady"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Arthur GradsteinJanuary 16, 2012 (2012-01-16)406[83]4.3[96]

It's Carly's dad's birthday, and things don't go as planned. He was supposed to come home for his birthday and celebrate it with Carly and Spencer, but can't make it because of some emergency. Sam and Freddie feel bad about what happened so they connect her up with him through a video chat. The Secret Service finds out and Carly, Sam, and Freddie think they're in trouble and are going to get arrested. So Sam gives herself and Carly and Freddie disguises but the agents find out it's them. The agents bring them to the First Lady (Michelle Obama) who found out about the webcast and thought it was really nice what Sam and Freddie did for their friend, and what Carly said to her dad about how proud of him she is of being in the military and saying she loves him. So in return the iCarly gang then decide to have the First Lady on one of the webshows of iCarly. The First Lady then says yes, and they end the show with random dancing.

Special guest star: Michelle Obama as herself, Taran Killam as a Secret Service agent, Dan Schneider as himself (cameo as a random dancer)
Guest stars: BooG!e as T-Bo.

Note: Spencer made a reference to "iScream on Halloween" when talking to Michelle Obama.
9411"iToe Fat Cakes"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Matt FleckensteinJanuary 21, 2012409[83]4.8[97]

After Sam wins a golden ticket for a Canadian Fat Cake VIP Tour, Sam, Freddie, Spencer, and Gibby go to the Fat Cake factory in Canada, but Sam's greed finally gets the better of her when she tries to smuggle over 100 Fat Cakes over the border, since Canadian Fat Cakes are illegal in the United States. The police and the founder of the Fat Cakes find out and Sam gets in deep trouble. Meanwhile, Carly gets her toe stuck in the faucet in the bathtub after imitating a scene she saw from The Dick Van Dyke Show, Never Bathe on Saturday. After getting out of the fat cake mess, Sam is once again held back at the border because she can't prove that she is from America. Back at the apartment, Carly finally gets Mrs. Benson to come over and try to help, but she fails. Soon Carly's date arrives and they have their date in the bathroom while a plumber fixes the faucet. Back in Canada, Gibby comes up with a solution and hides Sam in his bag. While Gibby is distracted by a fan of his, an Asian man with an identical bag comes and accidentally swaps the bag. The last scene shows a flight to Hong Kong with a Malaysian airplane landing at Kai Tak Airport, we soon find out that Sam was in the wrong plane home.

Guest Stars: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Tiffany Adams as Officer Kramer, Eddie Perino as Lance

Season 6: 2012 change

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951"iApril Fools"Jerry TrainorDan Schneider & George Doty IVMarch 24, 2012503[83]3.4[98]
962"iGo One Direction"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & George Doty IVApril 7, 2012501[99]3.9[100]
973"iOpen a Restaurant"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowApril 21, 2012502[83]2.8[100]
984"iHalfoween"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Ben DouganApril 28, 2012505[83]2.9[101]
995"iPear Store"David KendallDan Schneider & Jake FarrowMay 12, 2012504[83]2.8[102]
1006"iBattle Chip"David KendallDan Schneider & Jake FarrowJune 9, 2012506[83]2.4[103]
1033"iGet Banned"[104]David Kendall[105]N/AAugust 2012TBAN/A
1055"iRescue Carly"Steve HoeferN/ATBATBAN/A
108–1098–9"iGoodbye"[106][107]Steve HoeferDan SchneiderNovember 23, 2012TBAN/A

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