ICarly - Season 2 Episode 3
Season 2 premiered on April 8, 2022 and concluded on June 3, 2022. The season began with a two-episode premiere, followed by new episodes releasing every Friday. It was produced by Nickelodeon Studios; executive producers are Ali Schouten, Jonathan Fener and Miranda Cosgrove, with Schouten and Fener also serving as showrunners. Jerry Trainor, Nathan Kress and Alissa Vradenburg also serve as producers. It is available exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Australia and the Nordics.
iCarly - Season 2 Episode 3
Season 2 picks up right after the first season ended, with Carly refocusing her attention on her friends and family following her romantic complications, all while working to boost her revived web channel. Spencer and Harper also navigate new personal and career developments, while Freddie balances raising Millicent with a new app and a new girlfriend.
iCarly is an American comedy revival series based on the Nickelodeon 2007 TV series of the same name. The series stars Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor, Nathan Kress, Laci Mosley and Jaidyn Triplett, with Cosgrove, Trainor and Kress reprising their roles from the original series. It premiered on Paramount+ on June 17, 2021, to positive reviews. The second season premiered on April 8, 2022. A third season is scheduled to premiere in 2023.
The series was announced in December 2020, with Jay Kogen and Ali Schouten serving as co-showrunners and executive producers. Cosgrove, Kress, and Trainor would reprise their roles from the original series. In February 2021, it was reported that Kogen left the project due to "creative differences" with Cosgrove. Later that month, McCurdy confirmed that she would not reprise her role of Sam Puckett for the revival, as a result of quitting acting and feeling embarrassed by her past career. It was also revealed that the revival had been picked up for 13 episodes, with the pilot being directed by Phill Lewis, and written by Kogen and Schouten. In May, the premiere date was revealed to be June 17, 2021, with a teaser image also being revealed. On June 1, the first official trailer of the revival was released. On July 15, the series was renewed for a second season.
In March 2021, filming for the revival had officially begun. Production on the first season ended on June 25, 2021. Production on the second season began in October 2021 and ended on February 2, 2022.
The first three episodes were released on June 17, 2021, with subsequent episodes releasing weekly until August 26, 2021. The first episode, albeit slightly shortened, aired on Nick at Nite on July 17, 2021. The second season premiered on April 8, 2022. "iObject, Lewbert!" became the second episode overall to receive a linear airing, leading out of the 2022 Kids' Choice Awards on April 9 on Nickelodeon, as well as an airing on MTV on April 19, 2022.
The third season of iCarly aired on Nickelodeon from September 12, 2009, to June 26, 2010. The season features Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove), Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) and Freddie Benson (Nathan Kress) as they continue their own Web Show called iCarly. Jerry Trainor co-stars as Carly's big brother, Spencer Shay. This season was the result of split within the second season production of 45 episodes whereas 20 remaining episodes were marketed as the show's third season.
When released to DVD, "iThink They Kissed" and "iCook" were featured on the "iCarly Season 2: Volume 2" DVD, while the rest of the season is released as "iCarly Season 2: Volume 3". This season had the specials "iThink They Kissed", "iMove Out", "iQuit iCarly" "iSaved Your Life", "iSpace Out", "iBloop" "iWon't Cancel the Show" and "iPsycho". A few episodes this season and last season were released on the "iCarly Collection" DVD that was released in July 2013.
In the season opener, Sam, intoxicated and giggly from nitrous oxide, spills the beans to Carly about her and Freddie's first kiss, which she cannot remember soon afterwards. When Carly tells Freddie what Sam said, he changes the subject and so Carly attempts to pin him down just to get him to confess. Freddie then says it is true, so Carly then asks Sam and Freddie to come to her apartment without telling each other and when they arrive, she confronts them about keeping the kiss a secret from her. In the end, Sam and Freddie decide it is time to stop keeping secrets and tell Carly that they will tell each other everything.
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. She discovers Gibby has a girlfriend, Tasha. When Carly's pick, Austin, keeps interrupting her conversations, she reaches her breaking point, she 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. Upon seeing this, she silently leaves. Elsewhere, Spencer tries to exercise daily with the help of a mobile phone application. However, the app continuously goes off at random times, to which he eventually gives up and sits on the couch after it tells him to do sit-ups.
In a special episode separate from the continuity of the series, Miranda Cosgrove and Jerry Trainor introduce bloopers and outtakes featuring the entire cast, including clips from episodes not yet broadcast, due to the production code order. The episode also features a brief appearance from Drake Bell.
Carly, Sam, and Freddie try to cheer up a lonely fan Nora Dirshlitt on her 16th 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) and Sam acts incredibly obnoxious. 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. 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 and is worried that she will go back to being a nobody once they leave. 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)". Elsewhere, 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 (Ethan Munck), leaves to rescue them. When Nora recognizes Gibby from iCarly and refuses to let him in, he breaks down the door and starts fighting with her. Nora and Gibby are evenly matched, but luckily, Guppy finds Nora's keys and releases the others. Sam uses the "Vulcan Nerve Pinch" (a reference to Star Trek) on Nora, which knocks her out. The iCarly trio call the police, and Nora goes to juvenile detention. While Carly sympathizes for her, Sam says that at least 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.
iCarly season 2 has once again made a major change from the original show. A direct continuation of the Nickelodeon series but aimed at a now older audience, the iCarly reboot continues to try to find the balance between nostalgia and new ideas. The 20-minutes episode format and laugh track return, but the storylines are much different from the original ones.
One similarity with the original show is the episodic nature of the story. Events and characters previously seen are referenced, but each iCarly episode is a sort of adventure of its own. The iCarly season 2 premiere, for example, was about Freddie and Carly's relationship, while episode 3 focused on how different the iCarly characters have become or are trying to become.
Season two picks up right after season one, with Carly refocusing her attention on her friends and family following her romantic complications, all while working to boost her revived web channel. Spencer and Harper must also navigate new personal and career developments, while Freddie balances raising Millicent with a new app and a new girlfriend.
Fortunately for the fans, Paramount+ resurrected it with a selection of stars reprising their roles from the original. Needless to say, it was embraced by the fandom and was swiftly renewed for more episodes.
Carly Shay gets a (temporary) bunny tattoo on a night out in the iCarly Season 2 episode "i'M Wild and Crazy." It has a deep-cut connection to the original series that may be entirely coincidental. However, it seems more probable that it's intentional since this is the second time bunnies have come up in Carly's life. The first is on the original series in the Season 2 episode, "iMust Have Locker 239," when Carly tries to learn art because she's ashamed she can't draw a bunny. Both occasions bring Carly closer to important people in her life with varying degrees of success.
The tattoo is the least mature theme handled in the episode, considering Carly thinks she is under multiple influences for most of the night. "Thinks" is the optimal word since Harper lied about the alcohol and drugs to look after Carly since she isn't wild and crazy, no matter how hard she tries to be. Before that reveal, though, Carly's adrenaline pushes her to a tattoo parlor to get a bunny tattoo she assumes is real until Harper tells her that, too, is fake. That bunny is another attempt of Carly trying to be better at something that isn't for her just to fit in with her friends, despite them loving her exactly as she is. 041b061a72