History Trivia / ICarly

23rd Jun '17 12:21:22 PM Gosicrystal
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* AccidentallyAccurate: In "iStakeout", Freddie tells his mother he doesn't want to take his shirt off because he's afraid of 'cloudburn' ([[ItMakesSenseInContext he actually didn't want her to see a tattoo he got]]). She shows up later, having ''actually'' found some "cloudblock". It is actually very possible to get burned on a cloudy day.
24th May '17 2:15:24 PM MilanP.
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** Played straight for the hour-long episode "iDate a Bad Boy". It was originally intended to air as two standalone episodes, until Nick made them air it as a "TV Movie".
22nd May '17 7:49:52 AM TrendingToon1
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*** In "iGet Pranky", it is revealed that Carly has never pulled a practical joke. After being pressured by Sam and Freddie, she unsuccessfully attempts to prank Gibby. Later in the show, she's shown watching TV, and you can hear the scene of the ''Drake & Josh'' episode "Megan's Revenge" when Megan (who is [[PrinceOfPranksters well-known for her pranking]]) causes an explosion that makes the floor under Drake and Josh collapse. Carly sighs, saying "How come that little girl is so good at pranking?"

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*** In "iGet Pranky", it is revealed that Carly has never pulled a practical joke. After being pressured by Sam and Freddie, she unsuccessfully attempts to prank Gibby. Later in the show, she's shown watching TV, and you can hear the final scene of the ''Drake & Josh'' episode "Megan's Revenge" when Megan (who is [[PrinceOfPranksters well-known for her pranking]]) causes an explosion that makes the floor under Drake and Josh collapse. Carly sighs, saying "How come that little girl is so good at pranking?"
27th Feb '17 3:56:58 PM nombretomado
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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Before Season 3 had started airing, Dan posted a [[http://icarly.wikia.com/wiki/File:40991089.jpg script fragment from a future episode]]. He took it down quickly, but it was reposted on various sites. Naturally, shippers from both sides went nuts, especially on LiveJournal. After heavy criticism about Dan ruining the fandom and the LJ communities with his interaction he quit and deleted his LiveJournal, without warning or notice (meaning the fandom lost a lot of interesting interaction with him), and eventually setup his own blog site, which he claimed was for better control, but his first post was about being pissed off with reponses to his script.

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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Before Season 3 had started airing, Dan posted a [[http://icarly.wikia.com/wiki/File:40991089.jpg script fragment from a future episode]]. He took it down quickly, but it was reposted on various sites. Naturally, shippers from both sides went nuts, especially on LiveJournal. Website/LiveJournal. After heavy criticism about Dan ruining the fandom and the LJ communities with his interaction he quit and deleted his LiveJournal, [=LiveJournal=], without warning or notice (meaning the fandom lost a lot of interesting interaction with him), and eventually setup his own blog site, which he claimed was for better control, but his first post was about being pissed off with reponses to his script.
2nd Feb '17 1:03:24 PM lakingsif
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* TakeThatTitForTat: Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} had a minor feud going during TheNoughties, mainly playing out through stories and devices in ''[=iCarly=]'' and ''Series/SonnyWithAChance''. ''iCarly'' has an episode where it takes shots at the Disney Channel (a.k.a. "Dingo" Channel), for InUniverse stealing the ideas of iCarly.com. They also claim that the original ideas of the channel are bland and unentertaining, and they make all their adult characters stupid. ''Sonny With a Chance'' got to have its own go with ''Series/SoRandom'' going to hell with new producers in a storyline that is mocking Nick's ''Series/AllThat''. ''iCarly'' then counters again with an entire episode dedicated to completely unsubtly criticise a certain network's new interpretation of kids' TV and their programming overhaul that ditched all of the 'good' children's TV shows in favor of lesser and more demeaning ones.
2nd Feb '17 10:54:38 AM AdelePotter
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** Sam's sock full of butter that she uses as a weapon in "[=iTake=] on Dingo" was originally going to be a sock full of quarters, but the powers that be decided that'd be too violent, since if a viewer decided to try it, it could actually do some damage. Probably for the best, as a sock full of butter is funnier anyway.
31st Dec '16 7:37:01 PM nombretomado
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* AccidentallyAccurate: In "iStakeout", Freddie tells his mother he doesn't want to take his shirt off because he's afraid of 'cloudburn' ([[ItMakesSenseInContext he actually didn't want her to see a tattoo he got]]). It is actually very possible to get burned on a cloudy day.
** And then she shows up later, having ''actually'' found some "cloudblock" . . .

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* AccidentallyAccurate: In "iStakeout", Freddie tells his mother he doesn't want to take his shirt off because he's afraid of 'cloudburn' ([[ItMakesSenseInContext he actually didn't want her to see a tattoo he got]]). She shows up later, having ''actually'' found some "cloudblock". It is actually very possible to get burned on a cloudy day. \n** And then she shows up later, having ''actually'' found some "cloudblock" . . .



* DuelingShows: vs ''Series/SonnyWithAChance''. Moreso with ''Series/HannahMontana''. Well, they were really dueling over who gets {{Fred}}.

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* DuelingShows: vs ''Series/SonnyWithAChance''. Moreso with ''Series/HannahMontana''. Well, they were really dueling over who gets {{Fred}}.WebVideo/{{Fred}}.
6th Nov '16 1:42:26 AM PrincessGwen
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: After season three, Nick has taken a decidedly inconsistent approach to the show. It only orders 13 episodes at at time compared to the 26 or so that it was doing in the first three, it airs the show at random times, advertises that the entire season will be played every week, then stops it after 3 episodes, puts on new episodes with little advertising, and then starts putting them on at weird times, such as Wednesday the 28th of December for the second blooper episode, and then 8-9pm New Year's Eve for the "iPsycho" sequel. Admittedly, Dan Schneider has to take some of the blame, as he seems to have poor time management, which means Nick were only ordering 13 episodes of both ''iCarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' when they could have fit full seasons in even with the studio split (the two shows share the same studio space, and can't film when the other is filming) taken into account. This odd handling of the show and it's timeslots is one the bigger reasons for the abysmal ratings for Season 5 compared to seasons 2, 3 and 4.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: After season three, Nick has taken a decidedly inconsistent approach to the show. It only orders 13 episodes at at time compared to the 26 or so that it was doing in the first three, it airs the show at random times, advertises that the entire season will be played every week, then stops it after 3 episodes, puts on new episodes with little advertising, and then starts putting them on at weird times, such as Wednesday the 28th of December for the second blooper episode, and then 8-9pm New Year's Eve for the "iPsycho" sequel. Admittedly, Dan Schneider has to take some of the blame, as he seems to have poor time management, which means Nick were only ordering 13 episodes of both ''iCarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' when they could have fit full seasons in even with the studio split (the two shows share the same studio space, and can't film when the other is filming) taken into account. This odd handling of the show and it's its timeslots is one the bigger reasons for the abysmal ratings for Season 5 compared to seasons 2, 3 and 4.



* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Before Season 3 had started airing, Dan posted a [[http://icarly.wikia.com/wiki/File:40991089.jpg script fragment from a future episode]]. He took it down quickly, but it was reposted on various sites. Naturally, shippers from both sides went nuts, especially on LiveJournal. After heavy criticism about Dan ruining the fandom and the LJ communities with his interaction he quit and deleted his LiveJournal, without warning or notice (meaning the fandom lost alot of interesting interaction with him), and eventually setup his own blog site, which he claimed was for better control, but his first post was about being pissed off with reponses to his script.

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* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Before Season 3 had started airing, Dan posted a [[http://icarly.wikia.com/wiki/File:40991089.jpg script fragment from a future episode]]. He took it down quickly, but it was reposted on various sites. Naturally, shippers from both sides went nuts, especially on LiveJournal. After heavy criticism about Dan ruining the fandom and the LJ communities with his interaction he quit and deleted his LiveJournal, without warning or notice (meaning the fandom lost alot a lot of interesting interaction with him), and eventually setup his own blog site, which he claimed was for better control, but his first post was about being pissed off with reponses to his script.
2nd Oct '16 10:02:06 AM mack
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Emily Ratajkowski's first role as an adult was as Gibby's girlfriend in "iSpeed Date".
2nd Oct '16 9:57:05 AM mack
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* CashCowFranchise: So far Nickelodeon seems to be turning it into this, what with all the merchandise.

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* CashCowFranchise: So far Nickelodeon seems to be turning it into this, what with all During the merchandise.aforementioned AdoredByTheNetwork stage, this show was Nickelodeon's biggest for merchandise.
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