Jade: In your room. You've got a lot of...things in there. *makes a flirtatious biting motion in Tori's direction*
The short film for "A Film by Dale Squires" implies the two female characters are lesbians.
Jade's screen name, ScissorLuv, is the first major hint to Jade's obsession with scissors. Self-harm or lesbian symbolism? Or two birds with one stone?
Tori repeatedly tries to get Jade to hug her.
Jade does hug her once… then pulls her onto the floor.
She likes it on the floor. She said so later in that episode.
Jade is happy to want to 'take off' Tori's dress in "Tori Gets Stuck".
Helen Back Again has Cat, Tori and Jade being a family.
Even better, the lesson Sikowitz is trying to teach them is about Subtext.
Tori getting to frisk Jade in "A Christmas Tori." With more discussion about scissors. Jade even tells Tori, "Don't be shy," with a very flirty look on her face.
Jade definitely looked like she was enjoying that...
Then she tells Tori to beg for her present...
Just moments prior to the above frisking, Tori opens the door to find Jade waiting on the other side.
Tori: What are you here for?
The performance from Tori, Jade, and Cat at the end of A Christmas Tori is unfiltered OT 3-fuel. Notable examples are the three girls putting their hands on the other's hips in a line, and Cat blowing Tori a kiss which she cutely "grabs" in the air before moving to flirtatiously poke at Jade's nose (earning a suggestive bite from Jade.)
Tori says Jade looks hot in the "Freak the Freak Out" Slap photo gallery.
When you read the online tie-in website (the school's social networking site), you get the distinct impression that Cat has a crush on Jade. Several exchanges of comments imply that Cat is exempt from Jade's hatred of most people, so the feelings may be mutual.
Tori and Jade, since it seems they also get along in future episodes. But in terms of Beck, they can go Foe Yay.
In "The Birthweek Song", when Tori preforms the song at Trina's birthday party, there are several female dancers dancing in front of Trina, wearing short dresses, making them seem kind of like exotic dancers.
Not to mention in Tori Gets Stuck, Jade returns the Les Yay with wanting to keep Tori's dress warm until she gets back from the hospital.
Freak the Freak Out brims with this trope. Jade and Cat perform a duet with a suggestive song. When they employ Tori for a comeback performance, both girls join in with her on the stage. Then, there's Trina wrestling with Haley and Tara as the episode ends.
A caption written to a photo posted on TheSlap by Tori:
"Jade looks hot in this pic, but don't tell her I said so. She doesn't like when I compliment her cuz it takes all the fun out of insulting me."
In Prom Wrecker to get back at Jade, Tori licks the top of her punch can, and Jade still drinks it with a satisfied look on her face.
This. Posted by Dan himself, described as a "weird little Victorious pic", to blow your minds.
In iParty With Victorious Tori jumps on Jade's back in the awesome mash-up.
In "Ice Cream With Ke$ha", Trina practically drags Ke$ha up to her room after her performance. Ke$ha rushes down a couple of minutes later, telling Trina she's weird. What might Trina have done in her room with Ke$ha that would make Ke$ha call her weird ...?
Also Ke$ha seems to hit on Tori when she asks if Tori's cheekbones are real. Keep in mind, Ke$ha is openly bisexual
In "Andre's Horrible Girl", Jade posts a Slap status that says she's on a date...while she's actually hanging out with Cat. Just an attempt to make Beck jealous, or does she really consider it a date?
And earlier in the same episode, Jade practically begs to hang out with Cat, and when Cat finally invites her to help dog-sit, Jade says "You owe me, baby-girl".
By the time "Tori and Jade's Play Date" comes around (not sure how long it's been there) Tori is wearing a thinner, subtler version of Jade's trademark blue highlights.
Even Jade saying that she likes when Tori's sad could count, since we don't know what she likes about seeing Tori sad.
And while they were on that date, they were hit on by two guys they weren't in to, and ended up singing them a song called "Take a Hint", which basically seems like Sorry, I'm Gay in song form.
After "Tori and Jade's Play Date" while the credits were rolling, there was a shot of Liz Gillies about to kiss Victoria's face, while the latter was still dressed in drag.
At the end of the play, right before they hugged, look at Tori and Jade's faces and tell me they aren't thinking about kissing each other.
The whole episode can could be "Les Yay: The Episode".
A video on theslap.com has Jade and Cat in bed together in their pajamas and under the covers. The camera is turned off at one point, after which Cat has somehow convinced Jade that a bunny could survive being stepped on by an elephant.
There's a second video in that series. Jade slept over at Cat's again, and is very handsy when Cat wakes her up; Cat doesn't seem to mind at all. It is also said that Cat's brother is wearing Jade's bra, which makes one wonder why Jade isn't wearing it...
Jade announced plans on The Slap to go a 'creepy abandoned mall' on the weekend and Tori was the only one who expressed interest in joining her. Which would mean she and Jade would be all alone in a relatively secluded area for probably an hour at minimum. That either shows a great amount of trust on Tori's part or something else ...
Tori outright refuses Beck's attempt to kiss her in "Tori Goes Platinum", she says she doesn't want to ruin her friendship with Jade but one could wonder if Tori likes Jade more than Beck.
Jade didn't want to take an opportunity to sing in front of millions of people from a friend or whatever she and Tori are.
Also from that episode, Tori calls Jade pretty again. Jade seems pleased to hear it.
Both Tori and Jade seem confused as to what their relationship is.
Another possible bit from when Tori and Jade are talking at the end, she is very careful and nervous when approaching her, fair to say people can be nervous around other people they like. And what was the "the" in "It's a little tight around the-"?
Possibly between Tori and Ponnie in "Crazy Ponnie". Ponnie has a Tori doll, offers to share a bathroom stall with Tori for lunch, touches Tori's bellybutton for a decent amount of time at one point and is generally obsessed with Tori. Tori certainly tried to be at least friends with Ponnie before Ponnie went all crazy on her and was similarly obsessed with Ponnie's existance and proving she (Tori) was sane.
Cat and Jade get a lot of time together in Opposite Date. Apparently they regularly hang out together. Plus the sub/dom vibe between them is thick enough to cut with a knife.
In Three Girls and a Moose, Cat and Jade are supposed to be in direct competition over Moose. However, they seem pretty willing to work together against Tori, and at one point they both go see him at Karaoke Dokie, even though Jade could just as easily leave Cat at the Vega house.
The three girls being in competition but Cat and Jade teaming up to keep Tori from Moose could easily be taken as any of the three pairs, depending on how you read their motivations.
Jade and Tori spend the final episode Victori-Yes together. Jade lies about having plans to bake pizza with Tori to get out of her date with Beck, but even though he'd most likely have no way of knowing if she just stayed home, she actually sticks to her word and spends most of her evening at Tori's house while Tori actually attempts to make homemade pizza for them.
As evidenced here, Tori frequently wore a certain necklace up until Tori and Jade's Playdate, when Jade begins to wear it.
In Cell Block Tori sits on Cat for an extended period of time and spanks her, then later Jade joins Tori in sitting on Cat
Robbie's obsession with how good Beck looks.
While watching Beck fix his car, Robbie comments on how well Beck's jeans fit. Complete with hand motions. Beck really doesn't seem to mind, either.
In "Sleepover with Sikowitz", Robbie's role for Beck involved invading others' personal space. Think about it.
Or the picture caption where Robbie wants a copy of the dress Beck wore in "Beck falls for Tori."
At the end of "Stuck in an RV" rapper Fat Biscuit's crew member says "we had some times in there." Fat Biscuit replies "Don't talk about it". It be a reference to multiple things from drugs to other things.
The ballet class until the girl comes in, then it goes in the opposite direction.
Robbie about Andre's skin in "iParty with Victorious"
From "Jade Gets Crushed"
Robbie: *to Andre* Nice fingering!
From "Andre's Horrible Girl"
Beck:*about him and Robbie*" WE have a thing.....At a place." Robbie took him seriously and was rather excited, and apparently put on his fancy shoes "for nothing" after finding out Beck was lying to get them out of something. Not to mention they later arrive together with Robbie's fly down...
In "The Breakfast Bunch", when Beck is straightening Robbie's hair, Robbie reaches back to try and hug him.
In "Car, Rain, and Fire"
Andre (to Robbie): Those flowers had better be for Beck!
Reck does seem to be one of the more popular shippings...
This gem from "April Fool's Blank":
Robbie (to Tori): I think we should kiss!
Andre: Alright, come here.
Robbie: Not you!
When Sikowitz asks Sinjin and Burf to spy on Tori and the gang, Sinjin says: "It's you and me baby" and clicks his tongue at Burf suggestively.
Beck hosts a cooking video on The Slap where after every food he prepares a Beck-crazed suitor runs up. After the 3rd thing he makes, Robbie comes in to compliment his cooking.
One Sikowitz's acting exercises somehow manages this even though the people involved are a guy and a girl: Beck is playing a fast food customer and Jade is playing the male restaurant worker who blatantly hits on Beck.
Sinjin and Burf are strongly implied to be in a relationship, and Burf seems to have a crush on Robbie.
In the final episode Victori-Yes, Beck and Sinjin go to a drag race together, an activity that Beck planned as a date with Jade. Though he was reluctant to spend his evening with Sinjin, he finds himself really enjoying the company. Beck's actor Avan Jogia tweeted after the episode that "Binjin" was endgame.
Pretty much all of Sinjin's dialogue in that episode sounded like a double entendre.