Lady in Red: Miss Ackerman in iHave A Lovesick Teacher. Carly calls her hot (!), Freddie goes "Woah" 5 times (and this is the Season 1 Freddie who hasn't really hit puberty yet).
Lame Comeback: Freddie embodies this trope with regards to counter-insulting Sam.
Freddie: Whaddup, ma'peeps? Sam: (deadpan) Wow, that greeting was uncool in so many ways. Freddie: Yeah? Well uncool is the new cool. Sam: (even more deadpan) Wow, that comeback was uncool in so many ways.
This one from iGet Pranky:
Sam: Show them the prank, Fred-wiener! Freddie: Sure thing, Sam....jerk. Sam: And that's why you're behind the camera.
Carly herself has her share, when Sam asks her to attempt a Trash Talk for the Shelby Marx press conference.
Carly: You want a piece of me? Too bad! No pieces for you!... Jerk.
Lampshade Hanging: Spencer loves to invoke this trope to Carly's best friends. "Hello, little sis and her two friends who do not hang out in their own homes!"
Laser-Guided Karma: Nevel, in almost any episode he appears on. Even emphasized in iPity The Nevel, where his true colors get revealed to everyone for the Jerk Ass he really is and becomes a social pariah.
Sam in the second half of iSpeed Date.
Spencer's former classmates beat him up at the end of iGet Pranky.
Last Kiss: The decision of Sam and Freddie to break up in an hour or so so they can make out for a while after they break up in iLove You. iCarly.com actually had a caption for it saying it was PROBABLY the last time you'd see them kissing.
Freddie invokes the trope when he asks Carly for one, because he didn't know they were going to break up for sure. Carly smiles, and sweetly kisses him on the cheek.
Spencer's awareness of being involved in a B-plot in every episode. Having no actual subplot in iPity the Nevel, he appears doing random antics out of sheer boredom after asking if they want his advice or need his help with anything.
iParty With Victorious: In the ending the DJ says he'll play a song everyone knows, so what does he play? The opening to iCarly. Then the Victorious cast splice in their opening song. It's highly unlikely that a song sung in a school the iCarly cast never even heard of would reach them, let alone be memorized.
The April Fools episode made a reference to getting '12 million viewers', which refers to iSaved Your Life which gained that level of ratings in real life.
In iMeet the First Lady:
Spencer: It's like my life is a sitcom, I dunno!
In iStill Psycho, Gibby gets caught in a chimney and calls for help. The kids on the street that see him tell the Internet celebrity to take off his shirt. "No!" shouts Gibby, "I do that less frequently now!"
The same episode ends with Spencer on the phone with his parents, reassuring them that everything's OK, even telling them that it's a happy ending.
Carly in "iGoodbye": "Listen... doing iCarly for you guys has meant so, so much to me. And it's changed my life... and I want to say, to the fans of iCarly... thank you." Dan confirmed on his blog that this quote was a message to the fans that he said the rest of the cast feels the same way about.
Le Film Artistique: In iSell Penny Tee's, Spencer watches a foreign film with a Goat and a balloon, to impress a hot girl who can't speak English.
Let's Get Dangerous: Gibby in iPsycho. He rams down the front door of Nora's house; when Nora seems to get the upper hand in their fight, Gibby removes his shirt and resumes the battle.
Like an Old Married Couple: Freddie and Carly act like this, but more the "familiar and comfortable with one another" side than the bickering one.
Carly and Sam. Their no-nonsense quarrel even gets to the point of having a symbolic divorce but they still reconcile in the end.
Averted with Sam and Freddie in iDate Sam & Freddie. They don't fight Like an Old Married Couple, they fight like Sam and Freddie always have, never-ending bickering, constantly picking apart each other and dragging Carly into the fights. Carly finds it incredibly tiring and eventually berates them and calls them out saying that if they can't stop fighting, they shouldn't date at all.
Line-of-Sight Name: In iGet Banned when pressed by Sam for a name for his and Gibby's 'band' Freddie looks around and finally blurts out "The...(glances at the floor)...Floors!"
Local Hangout: the Groovy Smoothie, often-mentioned but unseen until well into the second season. The Meta reason is that having the trio spend so much time at Carly's house was wearing thin. The Groovy Smoothie allows scenes between Sam and Freddie that don't take place at school and can happen without Carly or Spencer being there.
Long Runner: Relative to other KidComs of its era with 109 episodes. Dan Schneider himself notes that such a large episode order is an aberration on Nickelodeon, citing 60-70 being the norm as was the case with Drake & Josh, Zoey 101 and VicTORious.
Long Title: Their "Pathetic Plays" have these: "The Cowboy With A Mustache And The Idiot Farmgirl Who Thought The Mustache Was A Squirrel" and "The Englishman Who Was A Terrible Father To His Two Children Named Fuffley And Peeta," plus the pre-'pathetic' "The Prisoner Who Just Wanted Some Soup And The Man Who Refused To Give Him Some."
Loony Fan: The Fangirl Amanda "Mandy" Valdez, who personifies over-obsessed fans/stalkers.
iPsycho introduces Nora, a lonely and homely fan which ended up way worse than Mandy by taking the trio hostage in her basement.
Mandy's motives were in a weird sense, more "pure". She was so obsessed because she loved the iCarly show. Nora however, only kidnapped the iCarly crew so she could retain the popularity that she gained when they did the show from her house.
The in-universe Seddie vs Creddie fans in iStart A Fan War. Spencer and Jack Black's character apear to be this in their sub-plot as well.
Loophole Abuse: Used to great effect in iPromote Techfoots to get out safely from a contract.
There's no rule that specifically states that a full-grown adult can't wrestle in a community wrestling league. The pamphlet only recommended the activity to boys 6-10.
Ridgeway High's handbook forbids students to wear tube tops or turtlenecks, but not from attending school shirtless.
The rebuilt Proton Cruiser technically qualified as a "new car" as a prize for Nevel in iGive Away a Car.
Love at First Sight: Carly confirmed during iSaved Your Life that Freddie had been in love with Carly since he first met her.
Love Dodecahedron: Carly once dated Freddie, who is in love with her, only for them to break up because Sam told Freddie that Carly's feelings for Freddie were hero worship. Sam has a crush on Spencer, and then later has full blown feelings for Freddie, who gives up on Carly and enters a relationship with Sam. Gibby has shown interest in Carly and Sam, and had a girlfriend named Tasha, who had an episode where it looked like she cheated on Gibby with Freddie. Melanie, who is Sam's twin sister, had an obvious crush on Freddie, and has kissed him as well.
Love Epiphany: Sam and Freddie had have one for each other, but neither moment is shown on-screen. In iDate Sam & Freddie, Sam reveals she thought Freddie was cute for the first time, after she shoved him into a bike courier, who hit Freddie, knocked Freddie into a fire hydrant with so much force he started bleeding from the ears. Considering we never saw it happen or known it happened, it violates The Law of Conservation of Detail, is an unsatisfactory Ass Pull (because it invents a moment that should have been shown on screen) even though they had a surfeit of potential moments to have chosen from and knew about, because Dan Schneider had spent entire blogs teasing said moments as potentially shippy. Freddie eventually got one for Sam that boiled down to "I like making out with you."
Carly gets one in "iGoodbye" sometime before coming up to Freddie to kiss him.
And ended in "iGoodbye". Carly and Freddie kiss. Seddie is sunk.
Made of Explodium: Nearly anything Spencer creates or meddles with ends up on fire. This is roughly split 50/50 between things that shouldn't catch fire, like the doorman bell, or a drum kit, and things he really should be smart enough to not build, such as the overpowered metallic magnetic Christmas Tree. The drum kit was lampshaded by Spencer:
"How would that even be possible?!"
Made of Iron: Freddie endures what sounds like a brutal beating from Sam in iMeet Fred, including apparently being hit hard enough with a tennis racket cause it to break. A blow of such severity to the head (Say from Sam wanting to knock some sense into him) would likely result in loss of consciousness, a concussion, and severe bleeding from cranial lacerations. Striking any part of the body that severely would be intensely painful and would result in definite physical trauma, possibly even broken bones. However, at the end of this, Freddie walks out looking somewhat mussed and scared but no worse for wear. Moments later Sam pushes him out of a tree house, and yet he is still able to actively take part in making Fred videos afterward.
Malaproper: Gibby showing up in iDo wearing a bear costume, because he thought he was the Ring Bear and not Ring Bearer.
In iGot a Hot Room, T-Bo (deliberately) messes up with Carly.
Carly: Here, I'm just done cleaning the juicer ports.
T-Bo: What?! I told you to read the juice reports!
Man Child: Spencer is a sculptor for a living, often making whimsical and sometimes weird sculptures that usually end up catching on fire or exploding before being perfected. He loves light-up socks, has a pet goldfish (that he often forgets to feed, resulting in another pet goldfish), and once went to law school for three days.
Market-Based Title: Averted with the series itself, but unusually one episodenote or two, depending on how you view two-parters uses this trope in other English-language territories - iShock America airs outside the US as iShock The World.
The Masochism Tango: The Sam/Freddie pairing can be seen as this. Once they get together, the next episode iDate Sam & Freddie is about them constantly fighting, to the point where Carly tells them they need to sort out their problems or they should break up. The next episode says they only fought three times that day, and that Sam still hits Freddie, just not in the face. They then get into a massive almost break up moment when Sam is revealed to have sabotaged an admission paper that could have helped him get into any college he wanted. Despite this obvious dysfunction, they still remain together at the end of both episodes.
They finally break up in the fourth episode of the plot line, iLove You, when they realise that have nothing in common interests outside of iCarly and making out, and they can't do anything else together without ruining it for each other.
Master of the Mixed Message: Carly does this to Freddie, despite her "We are just friends" lines, she will often act in ways that lead him on.
May-December Romance: Mrs. Benson and Spencer during iChristmas would be this. Mrs Benson would realistically be at least in her 40's (although it's possible she could be in her mid-30's), with Spencer about 27 years old. The popular fandom ships of Sam/Spencer and Freddie/Spencer would be these also.
Mega Nekko: Ms. Fielder, Carly's art teacher in the episode iMust Have Locker 239.
Merchandise-Driven: Parodied when Carly started advertising for sneakers on her show. The foot warmers and wi-fi pedometer linkup exploded and wiped hard drives, respectively, so they obviously didn't advertise them for long.
Meta Gag: The joke at the end of the Carlyless episode iBalls is clearly a meta joke about not needing Miranda Cosgrove around, as this episode is one of two that Miranda was absent for regular filming and such is missing from almost the entire episode.
Military Brat: The Shays. Notable in that their father has been deployed so long that not only has he never been seen in-series, but nothing about their home's layout, decor, or location reflects a military background.
There is a military base close to the Seattle area, no?
Close-ish anyway. It's conceivable that their father was deployed from Fort Lewis and they just moved to Seattle as nearest major city that wasn't Tacoma.
If based with the Navy there are a couple bases right on the Puget Sound.
Considering the blasé way the continuity went, if the father really is in the air force, but in a submarine.. about the only possible explanation would be as part of a special operations group on board the USS Jimmy Carter, a Seawolf Class submarine converted to a Special Operations mission.
Minor Injury Overreaction: Spencer in iCarly Saves TV. He pricks his hand with a screwdriver and starts freaking out because he's bleeding. Luckily for him, Mrs. Benson is as much of an overreacter as he is, and immediately runs to get her gigantic first-aid kit.
Spencer: Wait! I don't think I should be left alone, there's a hole in my hand! Mrs. Benson?!
Misblamed: A few people think Dan deletes criticism from his DanWarp blog, but it is explained here that admins do this instead.
Missing Mom: Carly's mother has never been mentioned, the likely choices are her completely abandoning her children (as their father has been deployed in the military since before the show started), being insane, locked up or dead. Sam's mother is something of a psychologically absent type.
"Mission: Impossible" Cable Drop: Freddie drops into Nevel's room on cables and is mistaken for a spider by Nevel's grandmother. He also gets stuck, and that forces the girls to complete the task. Then he gets chopped down by Sam.
Mister Exposition: Wendy. Tells the gang that another TV show is stealing their bits. Explains that Freddie gave up a sea trip to get rid of Carly's old friend who was trying to break them up. Turned Up to Eleven in the fandom, who consider her the Seattle version of Gossip Girl.
Mrs. Hypothetical: Sam calls Carly and Freddie 'Mr and Mrs Benson' in iSaved Your Life.
Carly in iDream Of Dance: "If he's a nub, then someday I want to be Mrs. Carly Nub."
Sam in iPie: "Why can't I marry this pie? All I want out of life is to be Mrs. Sam This Pie."
In iParty With Victorious, Carly imagines herself as Mrs. (Steven) Carson, writing "Carly Carson" in various fonts.
Moment Killer: Spencer does this to all 3 of them: he cockblocks Carly so hard in her attempt to kiss Shane in iSaw Him First; when Freddie hits on Carly in iDon't Wanna Fight, a flush is heard from Spencer's toilet; and as for Seddie fans, Spencer breaking in to find his banjo before they even answer Carly's question if Sam and Freddie liked their kiss.
The episode iSaw Him First is quite full of moment killers where both girls attempt to kiss Shane first in all futility.
Also, Mrs. Benson abruptly interrupts the make-out session between Carly and Freddie in iSaved Your Life.
This was Lampshaded then Justified in one Fan Fic by having the characters exclaim that Seattle has "the diversity of a cornfield."
Montages: Spencer's out-of-control pranking the trio, Gibby, T-Bo and several Groovy Smoothie customers in different instances.
Morality Pet: Carly is the only one who Sam doesnt make fun of or hurt in some way.
Mother Nature, Father Science: Expect Carly and Sam to solve problems in the natural (or the brawn) way and Freddie to resort to geeky gadgets and tech stuff.
Played straight with iGo Nuclear. Carly's projects involve a crude compost pit and an organic pesticide, while Sam used her fingers to rip an orange apart. Contrast Freddie's high-tech modern composter, Spencer's electric-powered scooter, and Cal's illegal nuclear-powered generator.
Motive Rant: Missy gives one to Sam, as part of her latching onto the Villain Ball. It ruins the plan because it turns Sam from questioning if Missy even was trying to get rid of her, into sure of it, and decided to bring Freddie in to help her.
Motor Mouth: The Shays. Both siblings can deliver long and impressive tongue-twisting dialogues. The trope's Sadist Teacher form is Mr. Devlin.
In iSaw Him First:
Carly: Yes I did too! He told me he could beat his dad at arm wrestling and I said "No way!" and he said "Oh no, it's true" and I said "Wow, you must be really strong" and he said "I work out a litle bit" and I said "Really?" and he said "Yeah, you wanna feel my biceps?" and I said "Sure, I do" and they felt AWESOME!
In iRocked the Vote:
Spencer: No, I'm sorry I didn't return the video! I watched it in my buddy Socko's house and his mom got mad because we spilled gravy on her carpet and she threw me out and I thought I left the video there, but I didn't. He says I did, I thought I didn't and I looked for it everywhere so - I don't mean to lie, I don't like lying, I don't like the way it feels. And you know I tell my sister that "Don't lie" and I tell my little sister "You shouldn't lie, it's not good" and they have their "Honesty is the best policy", right? But there's Sam, her friend who tells me how to lie and it makes me nauseous and I feel queasy, and I know I didn't —
In iDate a Bad Boy:
Carly: Well, Wendy and I are trying to study, and Griffin kept turning up the music, so Wendy got frustrated and left. Then I told Griffin he's obnoxious and he said I shouldn't ruin his sense of humor and I said "Oh, really?" and he was telling me how immature I was and then I realized he's super cute. And he asked me if he liked music and I go "Who doesn't like music?" So then I turned on some music and we started talking and I realized he's sweet and smart and his lips were right there in front of me so I leaned over and I kissed him! And I don't kiss like (blathers her tongue), I KISS LIKE A PRINCESS!"
In iWon't Cancel the Show:
Carly: Freddie says "in five, four, three, two", then points at us, then we introduce the show. Then after that, we go to that wheel over there and do a bit called "put that in your man purse", which you don't know about, but just play along and you'll figure it out as we go.
Ms Fan Service: Carly, as much as a kids' show will allow: a two-piece bikini, a hula girl outfit, then a sports bra and boxing shorts, among others. And the bikini scene in iHatch Chicks emphasizes it by putting Sam in a less revealing one-piece and Bermuda shorts to contrast.
Carly is the only eligible character to fill in the role. Sam shrugs off most of the girly outfits for their live skits.
However, on the rare occasions she does dress "girly" (iMake Sam Girlier, iSpeed Date, iCarly Awards, iWas A Pageant Girl) She Cleans Up Nicely.
Almost every woman Spencer goes out with or even just flirts with. Like Carly's teacher Miss Ackerman from "iHave a Lovesick Teacher". She starts dating Spencer and shows up at their in a hot minidress before turning into a psycho girlfriend.
Though Carly rarely appears on the actual website videos (where apparently she doubles as camera woman), whenever she does appear, chances are there will be some sort of innuendo in her segment while joining the others.
Muscles Are Meaningless: Sam is apparently strong enough to manhandle anyone she needs to, despite Jennette McCurdy being absolutely tiny. Notable when Freddie, after his actor gained a ton of muscle, lost an arm wrestling match with her, despite it being clear his arm is nearly twice as thick as hers.
Murder the Hypotenuse: When Carly admits she likes Adam during the Webicon in iStart a Fanwar, the in-universe Creddie shippers angrily clobber the "Creddie killer", with other Seddie shippers joining in.
My Beloved Smother: The most overprotective mother in the nonfictional world would find Mrs. Benson outrageous.
She seems to act this way towards Spencer as well, especially in iFence where she even offers to sew Spencer's name on his underpants.
Freddie: Hello, ladies. Or should I say lady and Sam.
Sam: (squirts cheese to Freddie's face)
Freddie also gets this treatment so frequently that he gets forced to just add himself in when they forget to include him.
Freddie: Dear Carly and Sam. And Freddie.
Carly: Ooh, they added you.
Freddie: Nah, I just added me.
He also gets this all the time from Sam.
Sam: Sonia, please make me a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato. Sonia: Yes, Miss Sam. Carly: I like grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato. Sam: Make that two, please. Sonia: Yes, Miss Sam. Freddie: I like grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato. Sam: Tough nubs.
My God, What Have I Done?: Freddie utters this line as a group (What have WE done?) when the gang realized that bringing back Marta made Lewbert's life even worse.
Carly went into a breakdown of repentance in iChristmas when her wish turned her life into one she did not want.
Freddie again evokes a variation of this trope in the extended version of iSaved Your Life. After his break-up with Carly, his face changes expression while in the elevator and asks himself in regret, "What did I do?" Cue a zoom out of the Bushwell building as Freddie yells "WHAT DID I DO?!"
Never Lend to a Friend: The basis of iOwe You. Sam agrees to pay back her debt of over $500 to Carly and Freddie, forcing herself to get a job that strains their friendship.
Never Mess with Granny: Spencer and Socko were taking Socko's grandmother on their camping trip because there might be bears.
Wade Collins. Turns out that he made up that whole "my mother needs surgery" thing to gain sympathy from the audience. He's really an insensitive, nasty hobknocker! And racist to boot.
Oh, and Carly Shay is a quite a nice girl; by contrast, Miranda Cosgrove (who plays her) is a hardass boss, as seen in iBloop, in which she criticizes Jerry Trainor (Spencer) for goofing off at rehearsals.
Nice Guys Finish Last: Freddie invokes this by trying to prank order a fishy pizza to his teachers house in front of Carly. When the pizza place calls back, he panics and runs away.
Actually works in iStage An Intervention when he pulls a prank on Sam after she pulled one on him. Carly is impressed, but Freddie lacks the confidence to follow through and try to ask her out.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: When Freddie gets the Shadowhammer on video, T-Bo explains to the newscasters that it was him who did so against his pleas, and one girl even tells the public the name of the hotel and Freddie's apartment. And then guess what happens.
Nightmare Fuel: In universe, in iChristmas, for Carly, Carly no longer being friends with Sam and Freddie, dating Nevel, iCarly no longer existing and having Spencer engaged to Mrs. Benson. The iCarly webshow would be dead, or Valerie or Rhona Berger would have come up with the idea with Freddie and made their own popular one. Carly gets teased by Wendy, one of the only other characters shown to spend time with Carly. With Spencer playing a straitlaced, emotionally absent father figure, no friends, no webshow, Carly probably felt like she didn't exist at all.
If there was any 'tipping point' for Spencer to become 'normal', it likely involved the death of their father on military duty. This would have forced Spencer to live with his grandfather, which eventually resulted in 'normal Spencer'.
No Ending. Used a couple of times. One being the end of iBelieve In Bigfoot where the gang and some other guys are left stranded when their RV gets stolen.
The end of iThink They Kissed. The trio have been tied up by escaped convicts, and Carly ends up asking if they liked the kiss. Freddie and Sam look at each other for a bit, then Spencer busts in with his Banjo, plays a few chords and the show ends.
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Freddie, every time he does a good deed, expect it to bite him on the ass later. In iSam's Mom, he catches an elusive criminal on video when no one else could. He's rewarded with nothing but a coupon (buy a dozen smoothies, get 10% off on your 13th), which expired the very next day. Then on national television, T-Bo and a female schoolmate reveal his full name and address while the crook is still on the loose.
No Guy Wants an Amazon: In iBeat The Heat Freddie is bothered when his online girlfriend, Gibby's cousin Sabrina turns out to be much taller than him.
Spencer: Uhh, when did you become a little baby who yells at me when I don't give her what I want?
Carly: RIGHT WHEN YOU STOP GIVING ME WHAT I WANT!
Not Screened For Critics: Like every teen and children's show, iCarly is not shown to critics. In combination with closed set filming and tight control on information being passed around, Dan managed to keep the Sam/Freddie plot in iOMGand every episode in the subsequent story arc a secret.
Obfuscating Stupidity: In iHire An Idiot, Ashley, the hot intern Freddie picked. She seems to be as dumb as Cort but in the end is revealed to be a very intelligent college student. She only pretended to be stupid as part of Freddie's plan to get Carly and Sam to fire Cort.
Object Ceiling Cling: Carly does this to a worm in iGo Nuclear. It falls on Spencer's head a bit later.
Spencer also does this to a tray of cucumber cups prepared by Mrs. Benson.
Once per Episode: The webshow. Only iBeat The Heat and iLove You didn't include it.
One Dialogue, Two Conversations: In iEnrage Gibby, when Carly is talking to Mr. Klemish, she thinks they're talking about a bad review of Spencer's sculptures, while Mr. Klemish thinks they're talking about Spencer's death.
One-Hour Work Week: Spencer. He spent more than a week playing a video game instead of building a commissioned sculpture work, including finding and beating the now hot girl who had the world record 10+ years ago, worked during the night before it was to be completed, and received a huge wad of money for it at 9am.
One Steve Limit: Two characters named Tasha have appeared on the show. The first in the season 1 episode iNevel, and a recurring love interest for Gibby in Season 3, in the episode iSpeed Date.
Another name is Chuck. One is a delivery man "without a personality", while the other is a devious recurring pre-teen character.
And another is Brad. One is the big-shot producer from TVS (iCarly Saves TV) and the other brings the fudge (iHire an Idiot, iOMG).
Carly's boyfriend's name in iParty With Victorious is the same as that of her father's: Steven.
Two characters named Fred. One's the tech producer Freddie. The other's the internet sensation Fred.
OOC Is Serious Business: If it's Carly or Freddie that starts to suggest breaking and entering, vandalism or general mayhem, and not Sam, then the situation has definitely got out of hand.
In 'iOMG', Sam's wanting to help Freddie and Brad with a homework assignment, and then going to a movie with them, raised a lot of red flags.
Freddie tells Sam that she has been acting very differently ever since Brad showed up in iOMG.
Opposites Attract: Subverted or Inverted Trope with the Seddie arc, depending on how you look at it. The subversion is they are complete opposites that become physically attracted to each other but eventually break up when the actual relationship fails. They can't find any common ground in their interests and actually end up sabotaging them for each other when they try being involved in each other's activities. It ends up being one of the main causes of their breakup. The inversion is Sam wants someone abnormal, like her, and Freddie wants someone more normal, so that while they did have an Opposites Attract vibe, it's not what they need for a relationship.
Out-of-Character Moment: Freddie ignoring Carly bawling her eyes out whilst she's crying and curled up in a ball at the end of iChristmas. When Carly tells him to leave her alone, he shrugs his shoulders and then blathers on about rehersing for their next webshow. It's done so that they can reveal they are back in the 'real' world, and Carly can get better, but there's no way on earth Freddie would ever ever leave Carly's side when she's crying like that.
Out of Order: The reason that Status Quo Is God on the show is because Nick constantly shifts episodes on their own whims. The broadcast order is practically random compared to production order.
iOMG and it's cliffhanger ending had a completely unrelated Crossover with Victorious sandwiched in between it and the first episode of the next season.
Overprotective Dad: Spencer generally averts the trope though, trusting Carly to make good decisions about her movements and activities. He does play this trope straight with iDate a Bad Boy and iLook Alike.
Overused Running Gag: T-Bo's food-on-a-stick is put up with a couple of times, and now every time it's brought up he is forcefully rejected by the other characters.