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* SpiritualSuccessor: Pretty much all of his shows after ''Series/AllThat'' were based off of another:
** ''Series/AllThat'' spawned ''Series/KenanAndKel'', ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' and ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}''. ''The Amanda Show'' was treated as an actual show being put on for the audience, much like ''All That'', and both referred to each other.
** ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' spawned ''Series/WhatILikeAboutYou'' and ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
** ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' spawned ''Series/ICarly''
** ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' spawned ''Series/{{Victorious}}''
** ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' and ''Series/ICarly'' spawned ''Series/SamAndCat''
** Also, the idea of an older sibling taking care of a younger sibling introduced in ''Guys Like Us'' inspired the premises of both ''Series/WhatILikeAboutYou'' and ''Series/ICarly''.


Dan Schneider (born January 14, 1966) is an American actor, writer and producer born in Memphis, Tennessee. He's probably best known to adults as Dennis Blunden on the 80s Creator/{{ABC}} sitcom ''Series/HeadOfTheClass''. But to millions of children (and kids-at-heart), he is the creator, writer and producer of several of the most well-known and loved {{Kid Com}}s. His work portfolio is primarily composed of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s premier shows (and vice-versa: his shows make up a very large chunk of Nickelodeon's live-action programming).

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Dan Daniel James Schneider (born January 14, 1966) is an American actor, writer and producer born in Memphis, Tennessee. He's probably best known to adults as Dennis Blunden on the 80s Creator/{{ABC}} sitcom ''Series/HeadOfTheClass''. But to millions of children (and kids-at-heart), he is the creator, writer and producer of several of the most well-known and loved {{Kid Com}}s. His work portfolio is primarily composed of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s premier shows (and vice-versa: his shows make up a very large chunk of Nickelodeon's live-action programming).


* AuthorAppeal: A lot of his shows have had numerous scenes focusing on characters' feet, with ''Series/ICarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' being the most prominent examples, the latter of which featured an entire episode dedicated to the main characters rubbing an illegally imported fish on the dead skin and callouses of their feet to make them smoother. Three years following his departure from Nickelodeon, [[https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/dan-schneider-nickelodeon-foot-scenes Schneider himself explained that the focus on feet in his shows was purely as a source of comedy since kids find feet to be "goofy and funny".]]

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* AuthorAppeal: A lot of his shows have had numerous scenes focusing on characters' feet, with ''Series/ICarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' being the most prominent examples, the latter of which featured an entire episode dedicated to the main characters rubbing an illegally imported fish on the dead skin and callouses of their feet to make them smoother. Three years following his departure from Nickelodeon, [[https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/dan-schneider-nickelodeon-foot-scenes Schneider himself explained claimed that the focus on feet in his shows was purely as a source of comedy since kids find feet to be "goofy and funny".]]


Dan Schneider (born January 14, 1966) is an American actor, writer and producer born in Memphis, Tennessee. He's probably best known to adults as Dennis Blunden on the old Creator/{{ABC}} sitcom ''Series/HeadOfTheClass''. But to millions of children (and kids-at-heart), he is the creator, writer and producer of several of the most well-known and loved {{Kid Com}}s. His work portfolio is primarily composed of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s premier shows (and vice-versa: his shows make up a very large chunk of Nickelodeon's live-action programming).

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Dan Schneider (born January 14, 1966) is an American actor, writer and producer born in Memphis, Tennessee. He's probably best known to adults as Dennis Blunden on the old 80s Creator/{{ABC}} sitcom ''Series/HeadOfTheClass''. But to millions of children (and kids-at-heart), he is the creator, writer and producer of several of the most well-known and loved {{Kid Com}}s. His work portfolio is primarily composed of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s premier shows (and vice-versa: his shows make up a very large chunk of Nickelodeon's live-action programming).


On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to end their 24-year relationship after the network [[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/dan-schneider-nickelodeon.html received several complaints about his behavior]].

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On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to end their 24-year relationship after the network [[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/dan-schneider-nickelodeon.html received several complaints about did an investigation and found that many of his behavior]].
co-workers felt he was overly aggressive, demanding or verbally abusive]] as a show runner.



%% * AdultsAreUseless: Adults in his shows are typically incredibly naive, pushovers, overly underhanded, or just utter morons. <-- With one example being?

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%% * AdultsAreUseless: Adults in his shows are typically incredibly naive, pushovers, overly underhanded, or just utter morons. <-- With one example being?Spencer on iCarly caused so many fires that he was blocked from the fire department, often needed Carly to be the voice of reason in their house to the point where he had trouble punishing her for when she misbehaved.



%% * ButtMonkey: Quite a few appear in his works (even including in the main cast). <-- Example needed.

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%% * ButtMonkey: Quite a few appear in his works (even including in the main cast). <-- Example needed.works. Freddie on iCarly was treated like garbage, frequently abused verbally and physically by Sam, never getting a comeuppance over her.



%% * ComedicSociopathy: By and towards his main characters. The main offenders are Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' and Sam Puckett from ''Series/ICarly''. Said recipients are Series/DrakeAndJosh and Freddie Benson respectively.

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%% * ComedicSociopathy: By and towards his main characters. The main offenders are Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' and Sam Puckett from ''Series/ICarly''. Said recipients are Series/DrakeAndJosh and Freddie Benson respectively.



%% * DisproportionateRetribution: One of the chief sources of humor in several of his shows.

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%% * DisproportionateRetribution: One of the chief sources of humor in several of his shows.shows. Freddie being bashed with a tennis racquet by Sam was a notorious example.



%% * {{Jerkass}}: Wouldn't be a Dan Schneider show without a couple.

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%% * {{Jerkass}}: Wouldn't be a Dan Schneider show without a couple.couple. Megan on Drake & Josh, Sam on iCarly and Jade in Victorious being prominent examples.



%% * LargeHam: You're gonna see a lot of characters like this in his works. Josh, Chase, Michael, Freddie, Spencer, Robbie, Trina... the list goes on and on.

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%% * LargeHam: You're gonna see a lot of characters like this in his works. Josh, Chase, Michael, Freddie, Spencer, Robbie, Trina... the list goes on and on.



%% * NoEnding: Schneider likes to use this trope often in his more [[Series/ICarly recent]] [[Series/{{Victorious}} works]].
* NoIndoorVoice: Schneider ''loves'' writing characters with exuberant and boisterous voices. Expect at least two-thirds of all characters on a Dan Schneider-show to frequently shout their dialogue. Also expect a sequence at least once during an episode of any Dan Schneider show where the characters will have an argument - resulting in characters shouting at each other obnoxiously.

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%% * NoEnding: Schneider likes to use this trope often in his more [[Series/ICarly recent]] [[Series/{{Victorious}} works]].
works]]. At 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 episode ends without Carly knowing if they did. One being the end of "iBelieve In Bigfoot" where the gang and some other guys are left stranded when their RV gets stolen by the said Bigfoot they were trying to find.
* NoIndoorVoice: Schneider ''loves'' writing characters with exuberant and boisterous voices. Expect at least two-thirds of all characters on a Dan Schneider-show to frequently shout their dialogue. Also expect a sequence at least once during an episode of any Dan Schneider show where the characters will have an argument - resulting in characters shouting at each other obnoxiously. Sam & Cat ends the series in this way, with Cat in jail and no-one in her family knowing she is there, Dice being stuck in another city far from his home and Goomer just missing completely.


* SassyBlackWoman: A common trope in his works are angry and aggressive Black women. For example, Andre's Grandmother on Victorious and recurring character Helen. This is Misogynoir.

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* SassyBlackWoman: A common trope in his works are is angry and aggressive Black women. For example, Andre's Grandmother on Victorious women, from several characters in ''Victorious'' to Helen from ''Drake and recurring character Helen. This is Misogynoir.Josh''.

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*SassyBlackWoman: A common trope in his works are angry and aggressive Black women. For example, Andre's Grandmother on Victorious and recurring character Helen. This is Misogynoir.


* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: By 2018, Schneider and Nickelodeon decided not to extend their production deal after the network received many complaints from cast and staff members about his aggressive behavior. As a result of this, he would have no involvement in the ''Henry Danger'' SequelSeries ''Series/DangerForce'' and the 2021 Creator/ParamountPlus revival of ''iCarly''.

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* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: By 2018, Schneider and Nickelodeon mutually decided not to extend their production deal after the network received many complaints from cast and staff members about his aggressive behavior. As a result of this, he would have no involvement in the ''Henry Danger'' SequelSeries ''Series/DangerForce'' and the 2021 Creator/ParamountPlus revival of ''iCarly''.


* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: By 2018, Schneider and Nickelodeon decided not to extend their production deal after the network received many complaints from cast and staff members about his aggressive and inappropriate behavior, which mainly took the form of desiring photos of children's feet and as a result of this, he would have no involvement in the ''Henry Danger'' SequelSeries ''Series/DangerForce'' and the 2021 Creator/ParamountPlus revival of ''iCarly''.

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* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: By 2018, Schneider and Nickelodeon decided not to extend their production deal after the network received many complaints from cast and staff members about his aggressive and inappropriate behavior, which mainly took the form of desiring photos of children's feet and as behavior. As a result of this, he would have no involvement in the ''Henry Danger'' SequelSeries ''Series/DangerForce'' and the 2021 Creator/ParamountPlus revival of ''iCarly''.


* AuthorAppeal: A lot of shows have had numerous scenes focusing on characters' feet, with ''Series/ICarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' being the most prominent examples, the latter of which featured an entire episode dedicated to the main characters rubbing an illegally imported fish on the dead skin and callouses of their feet to make them smoother. Three years following his departure from Nickelodeon, [[https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/dan-schneider-nickelodeon-foot-scenes Schneider himself explained that the focus on feet in his shows was purely as a source of comedy since kids find feet to be "goofy and funny".]]

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* AuthorAppeal: A lot of his shows have had numerous scenes focusing on characters' feet, with ''Series/ICarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' being the most prominent examples, the latter of which featured an entire episode dedicated to the main characters rubbing an illegally imported fish on the dead skin and callouses of their feet to make them smoother. Three years following his departure from Nickelodeon, [[https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/dan-schneider-nickelodeon-foot-scenes Schneider himself explained that the focus on feet in his shows was purely as a source of comedy since kids find feet to be "goofy and funny".]]


On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ end their 24-year relationship]].

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On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ end their 24-year relationship]].
relationship after the network [[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/dan-schneider-nickelodeon.html received several complaints about his behavior]].



He has a blog, [[http://danwarp.blogspot.com/ which is here.]]

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He has a blog, His personal blog can be found [[http://danwarp.blogspot.com/ which is here.]]


On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to end their 24-year relationship.

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On March 26, 2018, Nickelodeon and Schneider mutually decided to [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ end their 24-year relationship.
relationship]].


On March 26, 2018, after 24 years with the network, Nickelodeon announced [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ it would not be extending its deal]] with Schneider's Bakery, also ending the production of ''Game Shakers'', thus terminating Schneider's association with the company.

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On March 26, 2018, after 24 years with the network, Nickelodeon announced [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ it would not be extending its deal]] with Schneider's Bakery, also ending the production of ''Game Shakers'', thus terminating Schneider's association with the company.
and Schneider mutually decided to end their 24-year relationship.


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* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: By 2018, Schneider and Nickelodeon decided not to extend their production deal after the network received many complaints from cast and staff members about his aggressive and inappropriate behavior, which mainly took the form of desiring photos of children's feet and as a result of this, he would have no involvement in the ''Henry Danger'' SequelSeries ''Series/DangerForce'' and the 2021 Creator/ParamountPlus revival of ''iCarly''.


His production company is called Schneider's Bakery and he loves to put various {{Easter Egg}}s among his various shows, such as a Schneider's Bakery can be seen in the stock location footage of the movie theatre in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh.'' His shows tend to use a similar way of talking, a variation on BuffySpeak by finding obscure, unusual or sometimes made-up words to use.

He can be considered to be Nick's sitcom equivalent to comic playwright Creator/NeilSimon, of ''Theatre/TheOddCouple'' (which Schneider's show ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' bears similarities to) fame.

On March 26, 2018, after 24 years with the network, and under [[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/dan-schneider-nickelodeon.html suspicion of misconduct with an internal review finding allegations of verbal abuse]], Nickelodeon announced [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ it would not be extending its deal]] with Schneider's Bakery, also ending the production of ''Game Shakers''.

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His production company is called Schneider's Bakery and he loves to put various {{Easter Egg}}s among his various shows, such as ie. a Schneider's Bakery can be seen in the stock location footage of the movie theatre in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh.'' ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' His shows tend to use a similar way of talking, a variation on BuffySpeak by finding obscure, unusual or sometimes made-up words to use.

He can be considered to be Nick's sitcom equivalent to comic playwright Creator/NeilSimon, of ''Theatre/TheOddCouple'' (which Schneider's show ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' bears similarities to) fame.

On March 26, 2018, after 24 years with the network, and under [[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/30/arts/dan-schneider-nickelodeon.html suspicion of misconduct with an internal review finding allegations of verbal abuse]], Nickelodeon announced [[http://deadline.com/2018/03/nickelodeon-tv-series-producer-dan-schneider-part-ways-1202353698/ it would not be extending its deal]] with Schneider's Bakery, also ending the production of ''Game Shakers''.
Shakers'', thus terminating Schneider's association with the company.



* ''Series/TheAmandaShow'': He also had a [[CreatorCameo minor role]] as a frequent prank phone call victim of Amanda Bynes.

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* ''Series/TheAmandaShow'': He also had a [[CreatorCameo minor role]] as a frequent prank phone call victim of Amanda Bynes.Creator/AmandaBynes.



See also the Series/NickVerse, a SharedUniverse between various Nickelodeon live-action [=KidCom=] series -- it's also known as the "Schneiderverse" as so far ''all'' of the shows in it are his (though that could change in the future).

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See also the Series/NickVerse, a SharedUniverse between various Nickelodeon live-action [=KidCom=] series -- it's also known as the "Schneiderverse" as so far ''all'' of the shows in it are his (though that could change in the future).
his.



* AdultsAreUseless: Adults in his shows are typically incredibly naive, pushovers, overly underhanded, or just utter morons.
* AuthorAppeal: Feet, putting the likes of Creator/QuentinTarantino and Creator/JossWhedon to shame when it comes to shoe-horning feet-related humour into his shows.

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%% * AdultsAreUseless: Adults in his shows are typically incredibly naive, pushovers, overly underhanded, or just utter morons.
morons. <-- With one example being?
* AuthorAppeal: Feet, putting A lot of shows have had numerous scenes focusing on characters' feet, with ''Series/ICarly'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' being the likes most prominent examples, the latter of Creator/QuentinTarantino which featured an entire episode dedicated to the main characters rubbing an illegally imported fish on the dead skin and Creator/JossWhedon callouses of their feet to shame when it comes to shoe-horning feet-related humour into make them smoother. Three years following his shows.departure from Nickelodeon, [[https://www.complex.com/pop-culture/dan-schneider-nickelodeon-foot-scenes Schneider himself explained that the focus on feet in his shows was purely as a source of comedy since kids find feet to be "goofy and funny".]]



* ButtMonkey: Quite a few appear in his works (even including in the main cast).
* ColdOpening: On almost every show he produces (''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' and ''Series/KenanAndKel'' are the exceptions)
* ComedicSociopathy: By and towards his main characters. The main offenders are Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' and Sam Puckett from ''Series/ICarly''. Said recipients are Series/DrakeAndJosh and Freddie Benson respectively.

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%% * ButtMonkey: Quite a few appear in his works (even including in the main cast).
cast). <-- Example needed.
* ColdOpening: On almost every Every show he produces (''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' and ''Series/KenanAndKel'' are being exceptions) features an opening scene before the exceptions)
ThemeTune intro.
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* ComedicSociopathy: By and towards his main characters. The main offenders are Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' and Sam Puckett from ''Series/ICarly''. Said recipients are Series/DrakeAndJosh and Freddie Benson respectively.



* CrapsaccharineWorld: Very common in the Schneider-verse world, especially in his sitcoms. Guest characters who interact with the main protagonists have high chances of being full of UnfortunateImplications.

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* CrapsaccharineWorld: Very common in the Schneider-verse world, especially in his sitcoms. Guest characters who interact with the main protagonists have high chances of being full of UnfortunateImplications.unfortunate implications.



* DisproportionateRetribution: One of the chief sources of humor in several of his shows.

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%% * DisproportionateRetribution: One of the chief sources of humor in several of his shows.



* HappyEnding: He averts this in most episodes of his shows, to add to the comedic effect. Sometimes results in NoEnding.
* HistoryRepeats: "iParty with Victorious", the ''Victorious'' episode starring Jennette, and ''Sam & Cat'' all aired on the second Saturday of the month of June.
* {{Jerkass}}: Wouldn't be a Dan Schneider show without a couple.
* KarmaHoudini: There usually are a few {{jerkass}} characters in his works that receive absolutely no sort of comeuppance or consequences for their behaviors and actions; the most JustForFun/{{egregious}} example is Megan, the villain of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' who was a borderline sociopath not to mention [[CreatorsPet very well liked by the writers and despised by the fanbase.]]

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* HappyEnding: He averts this in most episodes of his shows, to add to the comedic effect. Sometimes results in NoEnding.
* HistoryRepeats: "iParty with Victorious", the ''Victorious'' episode starring Jennette, and ''Sam & Cat'' Cat'', all aired on the second Saturday of the month of June.
%% * {{Jerkass}}: Wouldn't be a Dan Schneider show without a couple.
* KarmaHoudini: There usually are a few {{jerkass}} characters in his works that receive absolutely no sort of comeuppance or consequences for their behaviors and actions; the most JustForFun/{{egregious}} example is Megan, the villain of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' who was a borderline sociopath not to mention [[CreatorsPet very well liked well-liked by the writers and but despised by the fanbase.]]



* LaughTrack: AvertedTrope for ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'', due to it being a single camera work shot on location. Played very straight with every other show he's made.
* LargeHam: You're gonna see a lot of characters like this in his works. Josh, Chase, Michael, Freddie, Spencer, Robbie, Trina... the list goes on and on.

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* LaughTrack: AvertedTrope for Every show he's made features a laugh track to convey humor, with ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'', due to it 101}}'' being a single camera work shot on location. Played very straight with every other show he's made.
an exception.
%%
* LargeHam: You're gonna see a lot of characters like this in his works. Josh, Chase, Michael, Freddie, Spencer, Robbie, Trina... the list goes on and on.



* NoEnding: Schneider likes to use this trope often in his more [[Series/ICarly recent]] [[Series/{{Victorious}} works]].

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%% * NoEnding: Schneider likes to use this trope often in his more [[Series/ICarly recent]] [[Series/{{Victorious}} works]].



* PoliceAreUseless: Police officers are often portrayed as either apathetic, idiots, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs apathetic idiots]].
* RecursiveCanon: Events in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'', ''Series/ICarly'', ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' indicate that ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' is a fictional TV show in the shared universe of the other 2 shows, despite certain characters from that show like Helen, Gavin, Eric and Craig appearing in person for some of those shows.
** Or that the ''Drew and Jerry'' ShowWithinAShow from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' is a fictional TV show in the shared universe of the other 3 shows.
* RuleOfFunny: There's no sense of logic in any of his shows.

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%% * PoliceAreUseless: Police officers are often portrayed as either apathetic, idiots, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs apathetic idiots]].
* RecursiveCanon: Events in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'', ''Series/ICarly'', and ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' indicate that ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' is a fictional TV show in the shared universe of the other 2 two shows, despite certain characters from that show like Helen, Gavin, Eric and Craig appearing in person for some of those shows.
**
shows. Or that the ''Drew and Jerry'' ShowWithinAShow from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' is a fictional TV show in the shared universe of the other 3 shows.
%% * RuleOfFunny: There's no sense of logic in any of his shows.



* ShaggyDogStory: Loves having episodes without endings, or endings where nothing actually matters. Recent example is the iBust A Thief episode of ''Series/ICarly'' which had the gang try to get back Sam's stolen laptop. In the end Sam had left it in a pizza box in the fridge and discovers it at the end and doesn't tell anyone.

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* ShaggyDogStory: ShaggyDogStory:
**
Loves having episodes without endings, or endings where nothing actually matters. Recent example is the iBust A Thief episode of ''Series/ICarly'' which had the gang try to get back Sam's stolen laptop. In the end Sam had left it in a pizza box in the fridge and discovers it at the end and doesn't tell anyone.



* SpinOff: Despite having shows on the air for nearly 20 years, ''Series/SamAndCat'' and ''Gibby'' are Schneider's first true spinoffs. Most everything else is just a SharedUniverse.

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* SpinOff: Despite having shows on the air for nearly 20 years, ''Series/SamAndCat'' and ''Gibby'' are Schneider's first true spinoffs. Most of everything else is just a SharedUniverse.



* TheVerse: See the Series/NickVerse.
* TotallyRadical: All over the place. Even the GoshDangItToHeck euphemisms have shades of it.

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%% * TheVerse: See the Series/NickVerse.
%% * TotallyRadical: All over the place. Even the GoshDangItToHeck euphemisms have shades of it.



** ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' send-up for Victorious.

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** ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' send-up for Victorious.''Victorious''.


See also the Series/NickVerse, a SharedUniverse between various Nickelodeon live-action [=KidCom=] series - it's also known as the "Schneiderverse" as so far ''all'' of the shows in it are his (though that could change in the future).

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See also the Series/NickVerse, a SharedUniverse between various Nickelodeon live-action [=KidCom=] series - -- it's also known as the "Schneiderverse" as so far ''all'' of the shows in it are his (though that could change in the future).

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