History Series / Victorious

21st Mar '17 4:15:00 PM nombretomado
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''Vic'''tori'''ous'' (2010-2013) is a musical sitcom dramedy, airing on {{Nickelodeon}} and created by DanSchneider in 2009. The star of the show is Tori Vega (VictoriaJustice), who gets into Hollywood Arts ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a school for the arts in Hollywood]]) after filling in for her less talented sister Trina (Creator/DaniellaMonet) during a big showcase. Backing her up throughout the experience is André Harris (Leon Thomas III), a musically gifted boy who almost immediately warms up to her. On the flip-side, there's Jade West ([[Creator/LizGillies Elizabeth Gillies]]), a dark-natured girl acting as Tori's rival. Completing the cast are Caterina "Cat" Valentine (Music/ArianaGrande), a hypersensitive girl on her own level of reality; Robbie Shapiro (Matt Bennett), an awkward and shy guy who is rarely seen without his puppet Rex Powers; and Beck Oliver (Creator/AvanJogia), Jade's much more mellow significant other.

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''Vic'''tori'''ous'' (2010-2013) is a musical sitcom dramedy, airing on {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} and created by DanSchneider Creator/DanSchneider in 2009. The star of the show is Tori Vega (VictoriaJustice), who gets into Hollywood Arts ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a school for the arts in Hollywood]]) after filling in for her less talented sister Trina (Creator/DaniellaMonet) during a big showcase. Backing her up throughout the experience is André Harris (Leon Thomas III), a musically gifted boy who almost immediately warms up to her. On the flip-side, there's Jade West ([[Creator/LizGillies Elizabeth Gillies]]), a dark-natured girl acting as Tori's rival. Completing the cast are Caterina "Cat" Valentine (Music/ArianaGrande), a hypersensitive girl on her own level of reality; Robbie Shapiro (Matt Bennett), an awkward and shy guy who is rarely seen without his puppet Rex Powers; and Beck Oliver (Creator/AvanJogia), Jade's much more mellow significant other.
26th Feb '17 9:32:50 PM gewunomox
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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: ''Beggin' on Your Knees'' took this to extreme levels. The trailer alone gave away ''ALL the key points'' of the episode. The over-promotion of Victoria's song of the same title ran several weeks before the episode aired made it worse because the TakeThat plot is on the lyrics much like a TaylorSwift song.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: ''Beggin' on Your Knees'' took this to extreme levels. The trailer alone gave away ''ALL the key points'' of the episode. The over-promotion of Victoria's song of the same title ran several weeks before the episode aired made it worse because the TakeThat plot is on the lyrics much like a TaylorSwift Music/TaylorSwift song.
18th Feb '17 10:23:28 AM kataangluvr
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* MoodWhiplash: During ''The Worst Couple'', Beck and Jade constantly fight with each other and the laugh track just keeps playing. Even when Jade forces Beck to choose to stay with her or break up with her, there are several attempts at comedy while Beck struggles to make a decision.
3rd Jan '17 5:29:48 PM Wyldchyld
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* {{Badass}}: Tori in "The Gorilla Club".
-->'''Beck''': You did it!\\
'''Tori''': Shoosh yeah, I did!\\
'''Beck''': WHO'S A ROCKSTAR?!?!\\
'''Tori''': MEEEEEEEEE!\\
'''Beck''': Whoo! ''(they hi-five)'' You are definitely a real risk taker!\\
'''Tori''': I know! And to prove it even more you know what I'm gonna do RIGHT NOW?!\\
'''Beck''': WHAT?\\
'''Tori''': I'm gonna use the bathroom HERE! ''(jumps)''\\
'''Beck''': ...Sitting?\\
'''Tori''': ''(in a menacing voice)'' ''Sitting.''
1st Jan '17 5:48:59 AM Doug86
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* TheCastShowoff: It's a show about a performing arts school so even extras will show off, but Leon and Victoria seem to do the most on-screen performing of the main cast. Also subverted as we don't really hear ArianaGrande's legendary pipes until "Freak the Freak Out", reaching the end of season 1.

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* TheCastShowoff: It's a show about a performing arts school so even extras will show off, but Leon and Victoria seem to do the most on-screen performing of the main cast. Also subverted as we don't really hear ArianaGrande's Music/ArianaGrande's legendary pipes until "Freak the Freak Out", reaching the end of season 1.
15th Oct '16 8:27:32 PM nombretomado
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** "The Slap" on the iPhone parody shows Tweets from Dan Schneider's cat, and Dan himself "I hate shameless self-promotion", with both Twitter names visible. Similarly, The Slap appears to be the hybrid of FaceBook, Website/YouTube, {{Twitter}} and MySpace combined.

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** "The Slap" on the iPhone parody shows Tweets from Dan Schneider's cat, and Dan himself "I hate shameless self-promotion", with both Twitter names visible. Similarly, The Slap appears to be the hybrid of FaceBook, Website/{{Facebook}}, Website/YouTube, {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} and MySpace Website/MySpace combined.
22nd Sep '16 8:42:01 PM nombretomado
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** "April Fools Blank" is ''full'' of them. Including, but not limited to: ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' (the dancing lobsters and Drake Bell), ''MatchGame'' (they play a game called Match Play), ''Series/SavedByTheBell'' (Mr. Belding shows up and mentions Zack and Screech), ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' (the scene in the bathroom), ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' (Trina mentions wanting an Oompa-Loompa and one appears in the opening credits), ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (the ending is like the end of an SNL episode, as are the end credits), ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' (Mr. Drysdale was the name of a main character on that show), ''Series/ICarly'' (Tori briefly runs through the living room set and says hi to Spencer), ''{{SCTV}}'' (Sikowitz blows up and all that's left is a pile of clothes, much like what happens to the guests of Farm Film Report), and Wendy's (most of the main cast shouts "Where's the beef!?" near the end of the episode).

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** "April Fools Blank" is ''full'' of them. Including, but not limited to: ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' (the dancing lobsters and Drake Bell), ''MatchGame'' (they play a game called Match Play), ''Series/SavedByTheBell'' (Mr. Belding shows up and mentions Zack and Screech), ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' (the scene in the bathroom), ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' (Trina mentions wanting an Oompa-Loompa and one appears in the opening credits), ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (the ending is like the end of an SNL episode, as are the end credits), ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'' (Mr. Drysdale was the name of a main character on that show), ''Series/ICarly'' (Tori briefly runs through the living room set and says hi to Spencer), ''{{SCTV}}'' (Sikowitz blows up and all that's left is a pile of clothes, much like what happens to the guests of Farm Film Report), and Wendy's (most of the main cast shouts "Where's the beef!?" near the end of the episode).
20th Sep '16 7:47:45 PM somebob
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* BizarroEpisode: "April Fools Blanl"


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* Social Semi-Circle: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "Tori Tortures Teacher" by Andre when he asks why they never sit on the other side of the table during lunch.
18th Sep '16 8:46:57 AM nombretomado
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** Cat's line "What's THAT supposed to mean!?" was a nod to the ''Moody's Point'' sketch on TheAmandaShow, also created by DanSchneider. Furthermore, Cat's format of telling her stories is "One time, my brother... [insert random anecdote], [conclusion]" is exactly how Kyle Rosdensen (''Totally Kyle'' skits) storytells in a dreamily drugged manner.

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** Cat's line "What's THAT supposed to mean!?" was a nod to the ''Moody's Point'' sketch on TheAmandaShow, ''Series/TheAmandaShow'', also created by DanSchneider. Furthermore, Cat's format of telling her stories is "One time, my brother... [insert random anecdote], [conclusion]" is exactly how Kyle Rosdensen (''Totally Kyle'' skits) storytells in a dreamily drugged manner.



** In ''Sleepover in Sikowitz's'', Jade's farm girl costume is a mix of [[TheAmandaShow Lulu the Hillbilly]] and [[Series/ICarly Carly's Idiot Farm Girl]]. Also, Cat's 80s outfit is reminiscent of [[Series/DrakeAndJosh Mrs. Hayfer's]] days as a stand-up comedienne, and her delivery and routine are reminiscent of Jerry Series/{{Seinfeld}}.

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** In ''Sleepover in Sikowitz's'', Jade's farm girl costume is a mix of [[TheAmandaShow [[Series/TheAmandaShow Lulu the Hillbilly]] and [[Series/ICarly Carly's Idiot Farm Girl]]. Also, Cat's 80s outfit is reminiscent of [[Series/DrakeAndJosh Mrs. Hayfer's]] days as a stand-up comedienne, and her delivery and routine are reminiscent of Jerry Series/{{Seinfeld}}.



** "April Fools Blank" is ''full'' of them. Including, but not limited to: ''TheAmandaShow'' (the dancing lobsters and Drake Bell), ''MatchGame'' (they play a game called Match Play), ''Series/SavedByTheBell'' (Mr. Belding shows up and mentions Zack and Screech), ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' (the scene in the bathroom), ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' (Trina mentions wanting an Oompa-Loompa and one appears in the opening credits), ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (the ending is like the end of an SNL episode, as are the end credits), ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' (Mr. Drysdale was the name of a main character on that show), ''Series/ICarly'' (Tori briefly runs through the living room set and says hi to Spencer), ''{{SCTV}}'' (Sikowitz blows up and all that's left is a pile of clothes, much like what happens to the guests of Farm Film Report), and Wendy's (most of the main cast shouts "Where's the beef!?" near the end of the episode).

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** "April Fools Blank" is ''full'' of them. Including, but not limited to: ''TheAmandaShow'' ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' (the dancing lobsters and Drake Bell), ''MatchGame'' (they play a game called Match Play), ''Series/SavedByTheBell'' (Mr. Belding shows up and mentions Zack and Screech), ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' (the scene in the bathroom), ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' (Trina mentions wanting an Oompa-Loompa and one appears in the opening credits), ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (the ending is like the end of an SNL episode, as are the end credits), ''TheBeverlyHillbillies'' (Mr. Drysdale was the name of a main character on that show), ''Series/ICarly'' (Tori briefly runs through the living room set and says hi to Spencer), ''{{SCTV}}'' (Sikowitz blows up and all that's left is a pile of clothes, much like what happens to the guests of Farm Film Report), and Wendy's (most of the main cast shouts "Where's the beef!?" near the end of the episode).
5th Aug '16 8:02:02 PM somebob
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* InnocentInnuendo: Enforced In-Universe in the episode ""The Wood". The producers cut together two phone calls of Tori talking with her aunt and baby-talking her aunt's puppy with Beck calling to order pizza to make it sound like they are trying to meet up for a date.
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