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When Tori is going to change before the showcase, everyone rushes behind a screen to help her, including the guys. The only reason they didn't go behind the screen was because a teacher told them, much to their dismay, that only the girls could help her.
Only seconds later, the teacher gives someone a mic telling her to put it on Tori's head, followed by Tori responding "that is not my head."
In the end credits, where Tori and Mr. Sikowitz are describing The Slap, one of the things Tori mentions as being on the site is "videos that might get certain people in trouble."
"Why are you rubbing my boyfriend?"
Early in the episode, Andre sniffs Tori's hand. She then tells him it's fish mold, and only then does he pull away. What else smells like fish that the scent would be on a female's hand? Plus, he was enjoying the scent until he learned that it was the fish mold.
Jade makes Tori's character a dog in their first improv exercise. What other name is there for a female canine?
Jade very conspicuously kisses Beck, leading to this exchange:
Sikowitz: "Jade... kiss your boyfriend on your own time." Jade: "Oh, I will."
Beck asking if 'the dog' (Tori) can sleep with him and Jade.
Sikowitz's preference for good coconuts which give him "visions".
Robbie's puppet, Rex, says "take me to the bathroom, I've got to pee now." Tori then says "he's a puppet, he can't pee!" The puppet then replies "you don't know what I got!" Think about what that implies for a minute. You get that, now spend another minute thinking about that more. Scary.
Sikowitz refers to Rex as "it." Rex responds by saying "you don't know what I got!" Jade gets a puzzled look on her face, then figures out what he means.
The funny thing is we do. In the next episode, Rex loses his pants. There's nothing down there.
When Tori does the Bird Scene the third time around, she trains a bird to fly in and out of the room on cue. When it flies in, we get this exchange:
Mr. Sikowitz: "You see the bird too?" Beck: "Yeah..." Mr. Sikowitz: "Fantastic..."
"My grandmummy went to the loo while I snogged the prime minister!" The censors must have been in a coma that day.
Tori: "I'm a throat player!" André: "Doesn't count." Cat: "And it sounds kinda gross..."
It's hard not to see the "girls can't fake passion like that" debate between Robbie and Cat as an analogy for something else.
Her outfit is sexy for ANY show. All it was missing was slutty high heels. I'm pretty sure they had Tori dressed in black Lycra shorts because they knew she'd end up flashing the camera about a dozen times.
Jade Dumps Beck:
After Tori helps Jade get Beck back, she asks for a ride home. Jade tells her it's "not that far a walk". The implication here is that she doesn't want to drive Tori home because Beck and her need some... alone time.
An attractive paramedic asks Beck if he's in college (i.e. of legal age) yet.
Tori the Zombie:
Cat and Trina sing a song about how they want some girl. It ends with this exchange:
Trina: (singing) "You smell so fruity!" (pause) Trina: "Sing the next line." Cat: "I can't." Trina: "Why not?" Cat: "It's dirty..."
Trina is on the phone to a doctor, discussing Tori's problem and asks "would I need my parents' permission to get minor cosmetic surgery?" After hanging up, Tori says "what did he say?" to which Trina replies "that I have to be 18 before I can make my -" and glances down to her boobs momentarily, as she is cut off by Tori.
Jade: "(while Cat and Danny are dancing) Daniel ever spin you like that?" Tori: "You wanna get slapped with a sausage?" Jade: "Sure." Tori: "No!" Combined with the face◊ Jade makes
Freak the Freak Out:
The lyrics to the song "Give It Up" are rather suggestive.
Look at me, boy 'Cause I got you where I want you Isn't it so exciting? Wanna shake you, wanna break you Take the backseat, boy, 'cause now I'm driving
"Class is no place for swearing or vibrating."
Northridge girls 'should be an adventure', according to Sikowitz.
Jade is repeatedly called a "gank," an obvious mutation of 'skank'.
Jade, being Jade, is fascinated by Trina's blood.
Jade tells Cat that her purse is made from "monkey fur", which reminds one of something else.
When the girls, against whom Jade and Cat sing, take the stage one of them says "Enjoy us" to which Jade replies "Enjoy my monkey fur!"
Although chaste, Tori peeling off her disquise layer by layer seems to mirror a striptease routine
Sinjin gives Tori his used Special Effects crew t-shirt. When she asks him what the stains on it are he gets very evasive.
This exchange happens earlier in the episode:
Sikowitz: "Tori, I want you to work with Sinjin's team on special effects." Tori: "Okay, but I know like, nothing about special effects." Sinjin: "We'll teach you." (Tori turns around; Sinjin and his team give Tori lustful stares.)
The machine Rex gets sucked into "sucks" and "blows."
Rex likes to make jokes about Robbie when he's naked.
Tori: "Okay, Beck, let me have you on the couch..." Jade: "Girl..." Tori: "For the shot!"
The scene with Cat passed out (for pretend) on the floor, while they were filming:
Cat: "Can you please tell her not to slap me?" Dale: "She should do whatever feels right."
The last scene of the film showed Jade's character cleaning off a bloody knife before putting it back in the drawer.
Beck's "Uncle Barbara".
Beck telling Robbie to sit next to him and "talk to Daddy" seems like a rather odd thing to say to another male.
Both a flirtatious group of girls and Robbie's comment that Beck's jeans "fit really well." Beck doesn't mind when the girls say it, but when it's Robbie saying it... actually, he doesn't mind then either.
Sleepover at Sikowitz's:
Jade seems very excited to sleep over at Sikowitz's house.
Sikowitz: Who wants to have a sleepover at my house? Jade: I DO!
When Jade tells Andre that his character is pregnant, his first question is "who's the daddy?", to which Jade suggestively smirks.
And when Andre's grandmother sees him in character her first question is "who did that to you?!"
André implies that the dream that inspired Tori's character was...suggestive. Considering Tori's outfit, that's not surprising.
Sikowitz emphatically tells the remaining actors NOT to look under the bathroom sink, meaning anything from dirty magazines to drugs to... other things could be hidden there
Really, most of the characters seem to fit some sort of popular fetish, from Jade's farm-girl routine to Tori's policewoman to Cat's flashback attire even to a pregnant Andre. Not to mention Beck plays a character "always invading people's personal space".
After the boy Tori's been chatting up at the sleepover leaves with Cat, she points to her box of Raisin Bran, being held below belt-level, and says "And to THINK I was going to let that boy have some of my Raisin Bran!"
Beggin' On Your Knees: Cat getting calls from people who are severely injured in car accidents (one supposedly dies on the line). Even Rex was horrified at the idea.
Rex calling Ryder attractive, but maintaining that he's secure in his heterosexuality.
Robbie's mention of how he's been in the bushes behind Tori's house. Multiple times. Sinjin later commends him on his bush choice.
The whole scene where Trina is stretching out her jeans is one massive and glorious bit of Fanservice, particularly where she, in effect gives the dining room table a lap dance.
Beck Falls For Tori:
When Beck wears a dress, Cat says in a picture caption that Robbie wants a pretty dress made in his size as well.
Robbie seems rather interested in Beck in drag. Moreso than for Tori in the same dress.
Also, watch the workers on the platform as Beck goes to sit down.
Did you even SEE the length of the dress Cat sported at one point? It was barely past her butt... some of the other episodes also sport some really short dresses as well.
Cat talking about how Robbie let a bunch of little kids eat her is disturbing no matter what context you put it in.
"It's not my fault if dream children find you delicious!"
The name for the flavor that they end up searching for at the end is "Funky Nut Blast."
Jade talks about how they spent their afternoon 'violating pints of ice cream.'
What exactly did Trina do to freak out Ke$ha, who does not have a reputation as a prude by any means, when they were alone in Trina's room?
Robbie gets beat up by a group of moms, because he offered their kids free ice cream, evidently coming off as a pedophile. But made even worse when you realize the kid isn't even 17 yet, and was chased into an alleyway by full grown adults and beaten up. He left in the daytime, but it was dark when he came back..
To everyone above 18: Consider porn genres. Now consider this line from Jade:
Gotta love big moms.
Tori Gets Stuck:
Robbie drops a bag with a pint of Tori's blood, which bursts all over them.
Jade's line, "I'll take off her dress!" She sounds quite eager...
She also says that she's keeping Tori's costume warm, which is sort of a Call Back to a Radar moment in "The Great Ping Pong Scam" above.
When the gang arrives at the hospital:
Doctor: "Are you his girlfriend?" Jade: "No. Are you?"
Sikowitz ends up playing Steamboat Suzy.
Just what part of the body did Cat's brother paint purple?
Cat: "One time my brother painted part of his body purple." Robbie: "Why did your brother paint part of his body purple?" Cat: "He had a job interview... (smiles) he didn't get it."
Note the opening credits during that bit. "Supervising Producer: Robin Weiner".
Jade asks Cat if her brother managed to get the 'stuff', which turns out to be a clown costume, a parachute and 12 gallons of blood. Cat informs Jade that he did manage to get everything on the list. Jade is amazed that he managed to get 12 gallons of fake blood. Cat's response: "You wanted fake blood?"
The blood was going to be used for Jade's one man show 'Clowns Don't Bounce'.
Andre comments that Doug's diaper "doesn't fit him too well." Cut to a shot of him dancing and quite clearly trying to keep his diaper up.
"I sing, I dance, I pee my pants!"
Also, when Andre points this out, there is what looks to be a censor blur over the genitals of Doug, maybe because he's got no support under there.
Rex is obviously hungover early on in the episode.
Considering the reputation Northridge girls have, it may be more than that ...
In the same scene, Rex has what looks like a hickey on his neck.
Sikowitz keeping his grandmother hidden and unconcious the whole time he's talking to Tori.
Just before Robbie tries to ask Cat to the Prom, her giraffe makes a noise and she giggles, saying 'he's so inappropriate'.
Tori licks the top of Jade's soda can in anger, but Jade still drinks from it, with a suggestive smile.
Jade manages to cut power to the lights and screen at the prom, then has a projector pointed at the screen showing disturbing images. Even forgetting that it's a Nick show, some of it is genuinely terrifying.
Later on, Doug the Diaper Guy is crowned Prom King to Jade as the Queen. He sweeps her off her feet and carries her off bridal style, presumably about to molest her someplace more private.
There's a brief Panty Shot (of Jade- Doug is a walking panty shot) as Doug picks her up.
The episode is filled to the brim with Black Comedy, mainly involving Libyan civil war references. Not only does the leader resemble Gaddafi, Tori states that the beach was also taken over by rebels.
Robbie is forced to sleep in the bathtub by Andre and Beck, and emerges under the girls' blanket during the night, scandalizing Tori and Trina; despite this, Cat greets him with an eager "hi!". He hid between/beneath Trina and Cat, both of whom are wearing very short shorts.
Much later, Robbie tries to tell the guards that he's a boy and should be on the male side of the prison instead of the female side. The guards ask him to "prove it", complete with a creepy leer. Robbie decides it's for the best if he just stays on the women's side.
Given that he was placed on the women's side in the first place, it could have beenworse if he was placed on the men's side.
Somewhere in the middle of the episode, they speak about how the chancellor received his octopus from the prince of a foreign country, when Mr. Sikowitz says he went there when he was nineteen. The chancellor's adviser says that the place is beautiful, when Sikowitz says "is it? 'Cause I don't remember one minute of that trip." This implies that he was either drunk or high during the trip.
Earlier Sikowitz also said the same thing when talking about his visiting Yerba in his younger days.
Jade almost getting killed or seriously injured by the female prisoner she angered. It seemed like, for a moment, their confrontation was over until Trina screams and we see the inmate wielding a large board, preparing to strike.
Being pelted with rocks is apparently a game in prison.
Tori's fixation on trying to get Jade to hug her continues, this time with enticing body motions. Then Jade drags her to the floor where they sort of, "struggle" for more than a few seconds.
Later in the episode, Jade says that she "likes it on the ground." In a screencap you can see Jade just barely glance up at Tori either before or after she says it.
Sikowitz's acting exercise has Tori and Jade playing a married couple. Jade is very enthusiastic about getting to be the man. And Cat is their baby, complete with costume and pacifier. And according to Sikowitz, the object of the exercise is specifically "subtext."
"Nothing warms my cockles more ..."
Jade's extremely disturbing re-audition.
Tori and her mother are doing an interactive exercise that seem to mirror Ellen De Generes's use of the Shake Weight
Who Did It To Trina?
Rex to Trina: "You wanna know my two favorite things about you?" She even slaps him after that line...
Andrè wants to 'go play with Keeko'.
All of Robbie's version of what happened.
"Hey Robbie, why don't you come backstage with me and help me do my makeup? Or whatever?"
"No one suspects the puppet", Robbie is apparently criminally insane, he/Rex tried to kill or at least severely hurt Trina.
In Tori's version of events, watch where the coffee emphatically spills on Jade.
Tori Tortures Teacher
Sikowitz checking his pants to see if he was wearing underwear. He's not.
"You forgot to stroke it."note Before you jump to any conclusions, Andre's talking about a woman's hair.
Jade Gets Crushed
"Nice fingering." "I think it needs work"
Robbie's 'lyrics' for Andre's music.
Robbie has at least three standees of Cat, one of them explicitly called "Flirty Cat". He doesn't want to discuss what he does with them. According to The Slap, he has standees for all of his pretty female friends.
Andre: Did you get my text?
Tori: Why would I be standing here at 3 AM?
Andre: I'm tripping out man, I'm tripping out.
Just the fact that Andre showed up at Tori's house at 3am in his underwear...
The final solution - Andre redoes the song by find-and-replacing every mention of Jade with 'baby', then during the actual performance he just says it's for "my dog... I love my dog." The jokes write themselves.
Tori seems to have easy access to a Jade-replica costume, perhaps implying some strange behind-closed-doors activities...
Terror on Cupcake Street
Cat's brother did something "inappropriate" at a parade and is now no longer allowed near parades, or horses.
When Jade complains about being elbowed "in the lung," Robbie excitedly insists that he's going to get some ice for it.
The scene where Sikowitz described himself with his students (which he called "children") in a too familiar implication. It did not sound well to the police officers.
About a dozen mentions of flocking around a huge tree. Then Robbie asks for a 'flock rag' after Trina accidentally sprayed the flock gun right in his face. Crosses the Line Twice doesn't even begin to cover that one.
Robbie thought Beck bought him a girl, who was actually Robbie's childhood bully that he wanted to 'tell off'. After they walk off, Robbie wipes his sweaty hand on the girl's back, right above her butt.
Cat's increased hyperactive and childlike giddiness can make one think she's over- or under-medicated.
The creepy man who follows Cat around with a cotton candy machine for her present. She pretends to get her hand caught in the machine, screaming. When she says she was joking, the man laughs and says "Kill me with a rock!"
Her initial reaction to the gift is to scream delightedly "YOU BOUGHT ME A MAN!"
The climax of the episode had Tori sing the lead, but is definitely overshadowed by the Sexy Santa Dress of Jade and Cat.
Jade's got gloves and black stockings and her skirt is even shorter than Cat's so there ends up being a couple brief Panty Shots.
Jade has the lion's share of the episode's radar jokes.
When Andre knocks Robbie out of his chair, she muses "I bet that jingled his bells."
She is very ecstatic when Cat gifted her with new scissors. Then they talk about a movie called "The Scissoring" (Which is about a dead girl who brutally murders her best friends with scissors, "starting with the pretty one" according to Jade as she looks at Tori.)
Taking the title and the slasher-movie-like plot together, it may imply a BuryYourGays subtext
When Andre laments about his grade in music class:
When she appears on the Vega's doorstep, Jade flatly greets her "Ho ho..." and Tori dubiously responds "Ho."
Tori's immediate distrust from Jade's sudden visit made her ask, "Did you bring your new scissors?" Jade then assumes a "frisk me" position, eagerly adding, "Don't be shy." She allows Tori to pat her around and true enough, Tori found scissors. It was Jade's old one, which she admits in a rather seductive tone. The camera angle on this scene calls back Jade's earlier snark on Andre.
Tori seems to briefly glance down at Jade's "area" before finding the scissors on her side.
The way she tells Tori to beg her for her idea sounds rather seductive as well.
While discussing how much they all crave tacos during detention, Jade notices that Cat is being unusually quiet, accusing her that she "never had a taco" before, thus she is "pristine". Jade asks Cat, "Are you a....vegan?", and describes the joy of tacos in a sexual tone.
Later, tacos are depicted as a metaphor for marijuana, from the point Trina smuggles a bag of tacos into Tori's locker until the detained teenagers act all hyper and "run-dance" after having a taco feast similar to "The Circle".
Jade implies that Robbie had "shared a taco" with Tori once before, as evidence that he wasn't a "vegan". She could have been aware about Tori and Robbie's infamous drive-by acting exercise on The Slap.
If "vegan" is a metaphor for virgin, what does it say that Cat and Robbie are the only vegans out of the six?
The taco threesome. Jade wants Beck to give Cat some hot sauce for her taco. Cat even coughs after ingesting the hot sauce, akin to cigarettes.
Robbie defends his "petite" throat as "average", which could imply he's referencing another certain part of his body...
Robbie's increased Ho Yay to Beck was only saved by the fact that he asked out Cat. He even hugs Beck while the latter is straightening out his hair. Robbie even adds, "I like black curls (which sounds like 'black girls')." toward Andre.
Tori yelling "FORGET YOU!" to Vice Principal Dickers is a watered-down Precision F-Strike, also a nod on Cee-Lo Green's censored song title into Forget You, which was also used for Miranda Cosgrove's cover.
Probably also a reference to edited for television versions of The Breakfast Club, where Judd Nelson's "Fuck you!" as the vice principal slams the door is usually watered down to "Forget you!"
Vice Principal Dickers taunting Tori in the janitor's closet had some definitely creepy harassment connotations.
VP Dickers: "I'm gonna make it shine. I'm gonna make it shine REAL good!"
Andre wants his older cousin to "get off his chiz". It's been established that chiz is a German sausage. Do with that what you will.
Just as they're leaving the school, Jade gives Tori a once-over.
Sikowitz is talking to Tori via Video Mail while in his bedroom. Suddenly a female, offscreen, asks him to come get a sandwich. He gets off the computer mighty quickly.
Andre: "I think I just stepped in some blood."
Sikowitz and Cat discuss places to meet troubled girls, like a home for troubled girls or the bus station.
The fact that the whole episode was about Tori practicing for a scene where she stabs someone in the neck while admitting to pushing her uncle off a cliff.
Cat suddenly decides she wants to play pirates, and Robbie offers to join her, but she says she doesn't like the way Robbie plays pirates with her.
Andre walks in on Sikowitz with his pants down (after Tori pulls them down in rage, which is... radar-y enough) and says "Good luck to you", implying Sikowitz is... well, you know.
The Worst Couple
When Cat hugged Andre when he answered the right question, he told her "don't start something you can't finish."
Lane walks in on Luthor the janitor holding a wrench and some rope with an unconscious Cat on the floor.
Lane: "Oh Luthor...why?"
Sinjin's game show is called "Queries For Couples". Whenever anybody says 'queries', they tend to place emphasis on the first syllable. Sinjin skips while singing 'la la la la la la' at one point in this episode.
Cat talks about having a 'closet party' in the janitor's closet.
When Tori finds out that everyone owned an updated GX cellphone after she had bought the one she refused to get throughout the episode, she curses "DOG JAM IT!"
Robbie holding down Trina near the end. Trina is on her stomach, and Robbie is on his stomach on her back, and his 'stomach' seems awfully close to her butt... Their positions aren't parallel, but still.
So, what exactly happened with Jade and the "friendly" dolphin?
Dolphins are actually known to "rape" humans (and other dolphins) in real life.
Andre's Horrible Girl
Jade telling Cat in an "interesting" tone:
Jade: "But you owe me baby girl."
And later in the episode, Jade tells Cat that "Touching things is a part of life".
Robbie's "What's up pigeons" sounds a lot like "What's up bitches".
Andre's rude girlfriend "Hope" sounds like she's getting called "Hoe" quite a lot.
Beck saying Andre's scarf he got from Hope looks like a pretty leash, implying he may be Hope's dog/bitch.
Andre's "puzzay" watch and Robbie's "I've always wanted to see a puzzay."
Earlier, Beck didn't want to eat sushi with Hope and Andre, so he lies about him and Robbie having a "thing". Later on in the episode, when Cat calls both of them to help out with the damages caused by Jade, Robbie's pants are unzipped. What couldthey possibly be doing?
How does Jade know that Robbie has trouble operating the zipper on his pants?
Car, Rain, and Fire
In the first two minutes alone, Cat mentions one of her favorite actresses was on a show called I Married My Mom which she watched with her brother at the "special hospital while they strapped him to his bed.''
Tori didn't get her drivers license because she ran over an old woman in a wheelchair.
Jade becomes excited to join the girls in visiting a recently deceased actress to "inhale the fumes of her soul."
The girls, Jade grudgingly, admitting they find each other pretty.
And the sudden way both look rather uncomfortable when Jade admits that Tori's pretty, says that Tori could say the same about her, and Tori (quite earnestly) tells Jade that she is pretty.The expression on Jade's face as she takes a sip of soup and looks away is priceless...
The lyrics of "Take a Hint" are suggestive as much as how Jade sings her lines as suggestively.
Get your hands off my hips, before I punch you in the lips, stop your staring at my — hey!
"It always seems to bite me in the . . ." "-Ask me for my number . . . "
Jade licking her lips as she walks toward Tori, as well as earlier appearing to slap Tori's rear end, during the song.
Tori and Jade play a married couple, with Tori as the man for once.
The guys hitting on Tori and Jade don't seem to understand "No means no". Because Tori and Jade were (albeit unwillingly) on a date, they could be an example of guys who hit on lesbians. This could give "Take A Hint" the meaning of "leave me and my girlfriend alone".
If that's why the guys were hitting on Tori and Jade for that reason, than this could be an example of Everyone Can See It. The girls do seem to have an unusually complicated relationship, but they seem to be there for the other when it would be easier to go to or turn to someone else...
Jade elbows one of the guys in a tender area when he gets too close.
April Fool's Blank
The whole episode seems like one big acid trip
The dance the ladies do while singing "Shut Up And Dance" for Mr. Drysdale (a married man probably in his 30's) is a bit suggestive.
The lyrics are also rather suggestive, especially "Dance till we drop/'Cause I'm sick/Of the space in between/You and me/Light it up/Till we're making a scene/Quit the talk/Let it rock/If you know what I mean."
This exchange during the Beverly Hills Volcano bit:
Robbie: I say we kiss!
Andre: Okay, c'mere.
Jade tickling Tori.
Tori: I'm not in the mood. (suggestively slides her jacket up)
The game show sequence features Tori being repeatedly tackled and spanked by a giant lobster.
Why does Beck keep driving multiple women in his car on the way to school?
How Trina Got In (aka The Squid And The Coconut)
Cat keeps candy in her bra, which she pulls out and shares with her friends. Who eat it. She also eats a licorice still sticking out of her top.
During Trina's audition into Hollywood Arts, Sikowitz drinks some bad coconut milk. From the looks of it, bad coconut milk is a hallucinogen...
Tori Goes Platinum
Cat mentions police found a stain in her brother's car, and they didn't know what it was (so we can rule out blood). Considering what cars are used for, other than driving...
Tori excitedly jumps on Beck and hugs him, while also wrapping her legs around his waist, which appears like sexual simulation.
Cat's addiction to "bibble" is a metaphor for addiction. Andre even suggests her to chew gum to counteract it, similar to Nicorette. Cat has a former bibble addict handcuffed to her just to prevent her from having bibble. The episode ends with both of them enjoying bibble behind a dumpster.
Andre walked in on Bruno Mars going to the bathroom and would not leave.
Tori's mom offhandedly asking Tori if Gary, Mr. Vega's police partner, is kinda handsome while getting ready to text him about Tori's problem. This is Brick Joked not too long afterwards when Gary makes a similar remark to Tori about Mrs. Vega. Tori gets an odd expression.
The Blonde Squad
Cat's brother apparently gets 'special treatment' from 'special doctors' because it is 'court ordered'.
Trina blew her nose in Tori's underwear because it's soft. Then, after she gave it back to Tori, who now stands in the middle of the hallway with a pair of panties in her hands, Cat comes by, gets upset and takes the panties, after which she procedes to blow her nose in them. Trina and Cat both remark on the 'bigness' of the underwear.
Shortly into the episode Trina informs the group she needs to pee, its suggested she pee in the Bins but Trina refuses which causes Tori to point out that Trina had in fact pee'd in a bucket. Trina apparently thinks theres an important difference and refuses. Towards the end of the episode someone points out that Trina still needs to pee, she responds "no I dont". Trina pee'd in a bin.
Tori's text transition scene after the kids get trapped in the store reads "Trapped in Wanko's! WDFD!" "WDFD" is supposedly an abbreviation for "whoop-de-fucking-doo."
When Tori asks whose the flattest, to slide underneath the lasers, Jade and Trina, who are definitely well-endowed as Schneider has noticed, give each other looks and step back.
Tori's slap update: "Cat is sitting next to me, and she smells GOOOOOODDDDD!"
Cat mentions that his brother found a vacuum in the Church that he now keeps in his room and that they wouldn't want it back.
The Hambone King
As you may have guessed, a lot of gags involving "ham" and "bone" are thrown in there. Example: "He's the best hamboner there is!"
As Tori and Beck are sitting on the curb eating food from a truck, she asks him about one of the food items, "are these clams?" To which Beck responses, "Are clams supposed to have hair?"
Cat repeatedly winks at Tori when the latter is talking about her non-date with Beck, implying she thinks it might mean she's having.. other activities... with Beck
When Jade pretends to be Cat over the phone for the second time, she says that Cat's brother locked her in a closet and screams when he returns; both give off some pretty disturbing implications.
The dog ointment scene involves a lot of talk about the "afflicted area." Left to the imagination, but judging by how uncomfortable the two are talking about it...
Three Girls and a Moose
Cat Looking down at her chest when Moose says girls in Canada are "bigger".
Jade stops her car with Moose inside, then proceeds to kiss an oblivious Moose (who as it may be pointed out, rejected their courtshipsin the first place). When asking if they can get a burger after, Jade says "We'll see...."
Apparently Cat will do anything to use a phone. Yeah, that...
When Robbie is on the ground typing with a typewriter he tells Andre that he can't have it on his lap because it will crush his "swimsuit area"
When Tori sits on Cat to stop her from reaching her phone and Cat is struggling, Tori tells her to stop (struggling) while spanking her, which is radar-ish enough, but Cat also giggles at it.
Tori Fixes Beck and Jade
Sinjin: Sure, I would love to turn you up a little.
Jade: Enjoy her cupcakes! (refering to Meredith)
Jade says she likes to punish herself, further hinting at masochism and an S&M fetish
One Thousand Berry Balls
At one point, Jade sarcastically asks if Cat wants to hide in her bra. Cat checks, then realizes "that would never work".
Robbie Sells Rex
Cat's text transition screen showcasing her addiction to bibble, aka that cheese/caramel/whatever popcorn combo mentions that she'll "do anything for some bibble.....ANYTHING."
Jade is trying to catch the flour bomber by walking through the school in an expensive and beautiful dress. She informs Andre and Beck that she's going to wrestle the flour bomber to the ground.
Beck: He might like that.
Andre:I'd like that. (Jade and Beck glare at him) I wouldn't like it.
Beck's comments about how the flour gets everywhere... everywhere.
Tori getting into a slapping match with a Ten-year-old girl.
How did Tori get Rex back from the Spoiled Brat? Simply find a girl about his age and get her to honeytrap him.
The Bad Roommate
The fact that Andre moves in to Tori's house and they both fight as if they are a couple filing for divorce is rather evident.
Andre stucking Tori's phone down the front of his pants and Tori's face and "Ieuw" when she gets it back.
Reportedly, the cast almost got fired filming this episode. That alone should tell you something right there.
Really wish we could get more info on this. It would have to be that they would get fired since the creative team got in trouble, though someone higher up had to approve the script.
And yet there's episodes here with twice as much? Come on, people, I think we can do better than this!
This is hard to believe. I don't know that such a thing has happened in the history of television.
Also, this exchange: Tori: No, no, nooooo! Beck: Never heard that from a girl before.
"NO! I don't want to be Doinked, I'm not ready!", said by Cat. Sure, she's referring to the dangerous things done to them, but it does strongly remind you of another meaning...
The way Jade says to Tori about the latter's Brain Squeezer's team "If you don't pick me, something realllly bad is going to happen to you" could be taken as a general threat or, knowing Jade's history, another way
The Slap Fight
Tori: I was supposed to meet Andre and Beck and Jade, Cat, and Robbie at 7:30 here to shoot our short film.
Sinjin: Well, Robbie's in the janitor's closet.
Sinjin: Hey, I don't ask people why they're in closets.
Jade saying "Your socks and Violins!" in their short film sounds a lot like "sex and violence"
The line Andre says in response to Tori saying she wanted more followers than Trina.
"Well, how the helicopter did your dang sister get so many followers?"
Star Spangled Tori
Robbie repeatedly offering Jade "thigh cream" for her sore legs. I guess we should be grateful he didn't offer to apply it himself.
And when Jade smears it all over Robbie's face, it looks...well...
Tori mentioned that the St. Bernard that humiliated her on TV might have wanted her as his "girlfriend". That alone should give an idea what he tried to do.
The main plot's dare is that they have to say yes to pretty much everything. Every though Sikowitz specifically says they don't have to say yes to kissing, anything dangerous or illegal, that's still a planet's worth of radar material.
Then there's the ending bit where Robbie and Cat have to give up their all-in-one clothes to muggers, actually calling attention to the fact that doing so would leave them in their underwear... which they do. We don't directly see anything risque, but they are hiding behind garbage cans, and it's quite clear they really meant only underwear (you can see Cat's bra straps). Robbie eventually offers to 'snuggle', and while Cat laughs, she says 'gross'.
And worse, Cat and Robbie have to ride home in a small garbage can together. The only thing that would make it complete was sexual tension.
Also during that scene, Cat's shoulders are mostly obscured (either by shadows or Robbie's arm). However, there's a brief moment when they're both going "Wheeeee!" that Robbie's arms lift... and while it's hard to see correctly, Cat's bra straps seem to be gone.
Despite both scenes being brief, neither Cat nor Robbie actually seemed to mind seeing/being seen by each other in their underwear...
Beck tells Tori that he plans to use the dare to trick Jade into doing something. Tori says "I don't think I want to hear the rest of this." (For the record, Beck was talking about getting Jade to go to a drag race with him, but it's clear by Tori reaction that she thought it was something else.)
More evidence that Jade and Beck are doing more than kissing:
Jade: Beck won't let me sharpen my fingernails into points. I swore I wouldn't claw him up... too much. What's his deal?
Trina, in an open letter, examines comments on one of her previous videos.
"Oh! Here's one! With the 'suggestion' for me to do a little something that's, uh... that's physically impossible. Reeeeeaaaally nice."
"Oh! Look! Another comment just came in! It says 'Just listened to your song. Now my ears are bleeding. Thanks for making my ears bleed b-' ...A-and then it says something really... really very very rude. Thanks for the vicious cruelty!"
"And to the one person who wrote the sorta nice comment about me, which had nothing to do about my singing, thank you! ...But no, I won't!
Trina's latest status puts her status as "Wazzed".
Jade likes to watch Cat sweat when she eats.
During the second Tweet Time with Cat, Cat is asked about important qualities in a boyfriend.
Cat: "The most important qualities when you're picking a boyfriend are..." (starts giggling) "No, I can't say that... He should be really nice, and smart, and that's all that matters–" (can't hold back laughter)
The latest "Jade With Tots" ends with Jade interviewing Beck. They start making out, with Jade on Beck's lap. She turns off the camera, leaving the rest to our imagination ...
Rex on what he hates about black Friday.
"Mall Santas. I don't wanna sit on some grown man's lap? Why not a cute lady elf? I'd sit on her lap."
Robbie's most recent status:
Robbie: Beck just let me hug him. What a wonderful holiday moment!
Beck: I told you not to put that as your status.
In the newest "Tori Takes Requests" video, she is shown to be taking a study break with Robbie and she explains the concept of her request videos to him. He leans in and whispers very seductively "I have a request..." in her ear.
Thus followed by the request being whether one can play tennis indoors wearing a bikini. Tori wants to do a different request but Robbie is adamant that she has to do the top request. She decides to make Robbie wear the bikini instead.
After Trina is knocked out by a ball, Tori and Robbie crawl away. We almost got a Panty Shot from Robbie as he crawls away. One also has to wonder why he had a bikini with him anyway.
It's probably more likely that the bikini belongs to Trina or Tori, not Robbie.