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A character originating from iCarly, who was part of the main cast. At the end of iCarly, she is seen leaving Seattle and wound up in Los Angeles. She meets Cat in less then stellar circumstances and becomes her roommate, where they start a babysitting business.
Weapon of Choice: If this and iCarly are anything to go by, Sam is fond of using a sock filled with dried butter as an improvised weapon.
You Can't Go Home Again: A mild example; She can somehow return to Seattle, but her best friend left, so now she doesn't have iCarly anymore, all of which she dedicated her life to. She also broke up with Freddie, so Sam pretty much has nothing left to do with her life, so she settles in LA with Cat to start a babysitting service and make ends meet.
A character originating from Victorious as part of the main cast. Near the end of Victorious, her parents move to help take care of her insane brother, so she ends up moving in with her grandmother. She meets Sam at the time the series starts and when her grandmother chooses to move into a retirement home, she and Sam become room-mates and they start a babysitting business together to help pay for their rent.
Took a Level in Jerkass: She had been showing signs of it with her treatment of Dice and episodes like "#MagicATM"; it's been set in stone in "#KnockOut" when she tried to hit a 5 year old just to prove Sam wrong. Even Sam hasn't approved of some of her actions.
Another member of the apartment building the duo live in. Dice is a benefactor of sorts who gives the girls random items he comes across for a price, and occasionally helps them in their adventures.
Cat's grandmother and former owner of the apartment the two protaganists live in. After a bad incident involving some children, Nona moved to Elderly Acres, an old folks home several blocks from the apartment.
Genre Savvy: Of all people, Goomer recognized that Gwen and Ruby were the ones who stole Cat's bibble just to turn her against Sam. It's even more amazing, yet made stranger by the fact that Goomer never even met Gwen and Ruby, and had knowledge of the events of "#TheBritBrats," which he clearly wasn't a part of.
In "#BlueDogSoda, he was smart enough to realize that in order to sell bootleg soda, the heroes would have to keep up with the supply and demand as well as letting the public know about their soda while making sure the law enforcement doesn't. Sam and Cat were understandably shocked by what he said.
Motive Decay: Previously, she was only a villain because she had no friends, and wanted to fill the void, but in her own dark, twisted way. Now, she's more focused on hurting Sam and her friends and seeks to make Sam scarred for life.
Not Worth Killing: More like not worth taking revenge on in Gibby's case, even though he foiled her previously. Instead, she forces Gibby to give her Sam's new address and to spread the message of her return.