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iCarly is an American sitcom that originally aired on Nickelodeon from September 8, 2007, to November 23, 2012. Nickelodeon promoted many episodes such as "iDo", "iHire an Idiot", "iPity the Nevel", "iDate Sam & Freddie", etc. as specials, despite their being regular episodes. The lower case i which begins the episode titles represents the internet, as in "iCarly". The show was nominated for an Emmy award for Outstanding Children's Program in 2009. The series starring Miranda Cosgrove as Carly Shay who becomes an Internet star. The series ended on November 23, 2012,[1] with the one-hour special episode "iGoodbye".[2][3] A total of 7 seasons and 109 episodes were broadcast. The largest audience of the series was 11.2 million viewers,[4] with the special episode "iSaved Your Life" premiered in January 2010.

When Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) and her sassy best friend Sam (Jennette McCurdy) act funny at a school talent show audition, tech-savvy Freddie (Nathan Kress) tapes it and posts it online without telling them. After seeing the girls' strong chemistry and banter, the online audience clamors for more and the iCarly webcast is born. While grappling with typical issues of adolescence, Carly, Sam, and Freddie find out that they have also become online celebrities as their show – which features talent contests, recipes, problem-solving, and random dancing – garners international accolades.

Carly lives in Seattle, Washington with her older brother and guardian Spencer (Jerry Trainor) and produces the show in a makeshift third-floor studio loft in their apartment. Their mother has never been seen or mentioned, but their father, Steven Shay (David Chisum), is a U.S. Air Force officer temporarily stationed on a submarine, and is often mentioned but is briefly seen in person during the series finale episode, "iGoodbye".

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 25 September 8, 2007 (2007-09-08) July 25, 2008 (2008-07-25)
2 25 September 27, 2008 (2008-09-27) August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08)
3 20 September 12, 2009 (2009-09-12) June 26, 2010 (2010-06-26)
4 13 July 30, 2010 (2010-07-30) June 11, 2011 (2011-06-11)
5 11 August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13) January 21, 2012 (2012-01-21)
6 6 March 24, 2012 (2012-03-24) June 9, 2012 (2012-06-09)
7 9 October 6, 2012 (2012-10-06) November 23, 2012 (2012-11-23)

Episode list

Season 1 (2007–08)

iCarly season 1 episodes
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1 1 "iPilot" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider September 8, 2007 (2007-09-08) 101 4.1[6]
2 2 "iWant More Viewers" Adam Weissman Steve Holland & Steven Molaro September 8, 2007 (2007-09-08) 103 3.9[6]
3 3 "iDream of Dance" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider September 16, 2007 (2007-09-16) 113 3.5[7]
4 4 "iLike Jake" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider September 22, 2007 (2007-09-22) 102 3.5[8]
5 5 "iWanna Stay with Spencer" Adam Weissman Arthur Gradstein September 29, 2007 (2007-09-29) 105 N/A
6 6 "iNevel" Steve Hoefer Steve Holland October 6, 2007 (2007-10-06) 104 3.6[9]
7 7 "iScream on Halloween" Steve Hoefer Jake Farrow October 20, 2007 (2007-10-20) 114 N/A
8 8 "iSpy a Mean Teacher" Steve Hoefer Steven Molaro November 3, 2007 (2007-11-03) 106 N/A
9 9 "iWill Date Freddie" Adam Weissman Steve Holland November 10, 2007 (2007-11-10) 108 N/A
10 10 "iWant a World Record" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider November 17, 2007 (2007-11-17) 107 N/A
11 11 "iRue the Day" David Kendall Dan Schneider December 1, 2007 (2007-12-01) 115 N/A
12 12 "iPromise Not to Tell" Steve Hoefer Dicky Murphy January 12, 2008 (2008-01-12) 118 3.9[10]
13 13 "iAm Your Biggest Fan" Steve Hoefer Jake Farrow January 19, 2008 (2008-01-19) 110 N/A
14 14 "iHeart Art" Adam Weissman Arthur Gradstein February 2, 2008 (2008-02-02) 109 3.6[11]
15 15 "iHate Sam's Boyfriend" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider February 9, 2008 (2008-02-09) 120 3.5[12]
16 16 "iHatch Chicks" David Kendall Steven Molaro February 23, 2008 (2008-02-23) 111 4.2[13]
17 17 "iDon't Want to Fight" Roger Christiansen Arthur Gradstein March 1, 2008 (2008-03-01) 112 4.5[14]
18 18 "iPromote Techfoots" Adam Weissman Arthur Gradstein March 15, 2008 (2008-03-15) 117 4.4[15]
19 19 "iGot Detention" Roger Christiansen Andrew Hill Newman March 22, 2008 (2008-03-22) 116 3.7[16]
20 20 "iStakeout" Steve Hoefer Andrew Hill Newman April 5, 2008 (2008-04-05) 121 4.1[17]
21 21 "iMight Switch Schools" David Kendall Dicky Murphy April 26, 2008 (2008-04-26) 122 3.3[18]
22 22 "iFence" Russ Reinsel Dan Schneider May 10, 2008 (2008-05-10) 123 3.5[19]
23 23 "iCarly Saves TV" Steve Hoefer Jake Farrow June 13, 2008 (2008-06-13) 119 4.5[20]
24 24 "iWin a Date" Steve Hoefer Andrew Hill Newman July 25, 2008 (2008-07-25) 124 4.5[21]
25 25 "iHave a Lovesick Teacher" Roger Christiansen Ethan Banville July 25, 2008 (2008-07-25) 125 3.8[21]

Season 2 (2008–09)

iCarly season 2 episodes
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26 1 "iSaw Him First" Adam Weissman Teleplay by: Andrew Hill Newman
Story by: Steven Molaro
September 27, 2008 (2008-09-27) 204 4.5[22]
27 2 "iStage an Intervention" Jonathan Goldstein Karey Dornetto October 4, 2008 (2008-10-04) 205 3.9
Spencer finds an old video game cabinet in the junkyard called Pak-Rat (a parody of Pac-Man), and spends all his time playing it, while procrastinating on a commissioned Labradoodle sculpture. To curb his addiction, Carly brings Sasha Striker (Lorena York), the top Pak-Rat player in the world, to compete against Spencer to defend her title as the world champion of Pak-Rat. Meanwhile, Freddie experiences a streak of "bad luck" after deleting and not forwarding a chain email, passing it off as a superstition. His bad luck experiences consist of his laptop shorting out, his bike falling apart and his shorts mysteriously turning pink. In the end he realizes the bad luck has just been a prank by Sam, so he gets her back by sending her a text message that looks like it came from a popular senior boy, asking her to go to the mall on a date. Carly later becomes addicted to Pak-Rat herself.
28 3 "iOwe You" David Kendall Jake Farrow October 11, 2008 (2008-10-11) 206 4.4[23]
Sam is insulted when she hears that she doesn't pay back Carly and Freddie the money she owes them, which happens to be $526. When Sam finds that this is true, she makes a broadcast on iCarly encouraging all their fans to donate money to her. However, Carly, Sam, and Freddie find out it's illegal to solicit money to kids over the internet, so Sam grudgingly gets a job to earn the money and pay them back. Meanwhile, Spencer tries to impress an attractive single mom by helping her daughter sell fudge balls (similar to Girl Scout cookies); but two rude older teen scouts steal Spencer's place at the market. Spencer comes up with the idea to send fudge balls to every iCarly fan who sent them money as he mentions in a law book that he kept stating that it is illegal to solicit money from kids unless you provide a product or service in return. Carly and Freddie then hire someone to give the money they earned to Sam in a tip at the restaurant where she is working. Instead of repaying the money to Carly and Freddie, Sam buys a trampoline, which Carly and Freddie enjoy with her.
29 4 "iHurt Lewbert" Russ Reinsel Ethan Banville October 18, 2008 (2008-10-18) 207 4.0[24]
When Carly's doorman Lewbert (Jeremy Rowley) gets injured during one of their "Messin' with Lewbert" pranks on iCarly, Carly and her friends look after Lewbert until he is back on his feet. It is not as easy as it looks, until Freddie's mother (Mary Scheer) takes over. Carly and Sam warn Freddie that his mom is in love with Lewbert, and much to Freddie's dismay, he finds that this is true. They devise a plan to break up their romantic relationship by having Freddie fake an injury so Mrs. Benson would pay attention to her "injured" son rather than her relationship with Lewbert. Meanwhile, a pesky, disobedient young boy named Chuck (Ryan Ochoa) plays racquetball in the lobby and Spencer gets Chuck's father to ground him. Spencer is filling in for Lewbert as the doorman, and using an old CB Radio taunts and angers two truckers named Porkchop and Sledgehammer. Chuck gives the truckers his location through the radio while Spencer leaves his desk, and the truckers arrive just as Lewbert takes his job back. They beat him up, assuming he is Spencer.
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"iGo to Japan" Steve Hoefer Teleplay by: Dan Schneider
Story by: Andrew Hill Newman
November 8, 2008 (2008-11-08) 201
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In the first iCarly movie, the trio learn they have been nominated for an iWeb award and have to go to Japan to attend the Award Show, they also have to make a sketch to which they come up with Melanie Higgles: Space Cheerleader. Spencer then trades the three First Class tickets for 5 regular tickets when Mrs. Benson refuses to let Freddie go without her. The five later parachute into Japan out of an unsanitary possum-filled cargo plane after the pilot literally made them fly "over" Japan. A police officer takes them to their hotel after they land in a barren field. At the hotel, they are visited by Kyoko and Yuki, fellow competitors for the same award. Kyoko and Yuki give Spencer and Mrs. Benson tickets to the Hotel Spa to get seaweed massages, while they take Carly, Sam and Freddie shopping. After confessing they are lost, Kyoko and Yuki pretend to get angry at each other and stage a Kung Fu fight on the sidewalk. They then strand the trio in the middle of nowhere after giving a phony excuse to leave, while Spencer and Mrs. Benson are wrapped in seaweed and trapped at the spa. It turns out, the people giving the massages are Kyoko and Yuki's cousins planned to abandon them there while they go to the awards show "to see Kyoko and Yuki win". Mrs. Benson and Spencer escape and take a taxi to find the lost trio. They reunite and make it to the award show but are apprehended but security. Freddie wires his video camera into the main screen while Carly and Sam try to explain to the security officers what happened by acting, since the guards cannot speak English and Carly/Sam cannot speak Japanese. Since Freddie hooked up the camera to the big screen, the audience can see their silly acting. Thanks to Freddie, iCarly wins the award show due to their performance. Kyoko and Yuki are arrested for kidnapping and the iCarly gang return to America on a fishing boat.

Special guests: Good Charlotte as Themselves, Ally Maki as Kyoko, and Harry Shum Jr. as Yuki
33 8 "iPie" Roger Christiansen Andrew Hill Newman November 15, 2008 (2008-11-15) 208 4.1[26]
When the group's favorite pie shop closes down due to the death of the head chef, Mr. Galini, they try to find the recipe for their favorite coconut-cream pie. The only person believed to have the recipe is Mr. Galini's granddaughter, Trudy. She agrees to give them the recipe if she can go on a date with Spencer, but she creeps him out and upsets him. Trudy then feels bad and confesses that she never actually owned the recipe, claiming that her grandfather "kept them in his computer". Carly, Sam, and Freddie hatch a plan to find the recipe in Mr. Galini's computer at the pie shop during the memorial service. Fortunately, when Sam and Freddie were fighting in Mr. Galini's office, they accidentally knock his computer over, finding the recipes in envelopes literally stuffed inside it. Meanwhile, Mrs. Benson's cousin's baby visits for a few days, making Freddie uneasy because the baby always has a blank expression when she sees Freddie, and he believes she doesn't like him because he is not funny. Freddie tries finding a way to succeed in making his cousin laugh. In the end, he makes her laugh by splatting himself in the face with a pie.
34 9 "iChristmas" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider December 13, 2008 (2008-12-13) 209 3.3[27]
When Spencer makes an electromagnetic Christmas tree, the tree is set on fire, which makes Carly angry at Spencer because the fire destroys the presents Carly got for Spencer. Carly wishes that Spencer is born "normal". Carly's guardian angel, Mitch (Danny Woodburn), makes this wish come true. This results in the iCarly webshow no longer existing, unbeknownst to Carly at first. The next day at school, Sam is absent, Freddie is not friends with Carly and is dating a rude girl, and, to make things worse, Nevel Papperman (Reed Alexander) is somehow Carly's boyfriend (oddly, even though Carly only met Nevel before because of iCarly, and Nevel does not go to Ridgeway Junior High). Carly questions Mitch about Sam's disappearance, and Carly is taken to the Juvenile Detention Center, where Sam is being held. Carly finds out that Sam is no longer friends with her, either. The reason Sam was arrested is because Spencer saw her as a bad girl and didn't want Carly to be friends with her, so Sam got into trouble without Carly's good influence. Carly returns home and then is told that Mrs. Benson and Spencer are now engaged, making Carly angry at what her life has become. Carly then walks up the stairs and finds out that, the iCarly studio is now just a room filled with boxes. And because Freddie and Sam were never her friends, iCarly never existed, either. Carly cries, learning how much the world would change if Spencer is born normal. Mitch secretly turns her world back to the way it was before, making Spencer abnormal and eccentric again. Carly is now happy with the electromagnetic Christmas tree, and Carly, Sam, Freddie, and Spencer have a good Christmas together in the end.
35 10 "iKiss" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider January 3, 2009 (2009-01-03) 210 6.0[28]
To get revenge on Sam for putting a dead fish in his locker, Freddie pulls a prank or her by handcuffing her to Gibby. Later, Sam overhears that Freddie has never had his first kiss. To get revenge on Freddie for handcuffing her to Gibby, Sam blurts out his secret on iCarly and ruins his life not knowing how bad it would make Freddie feel. The next day at school, Freddie tries to disguise himself but Carly makes him reveal himself and not to feel ashamed. Unfortunately, Freddie then gets teased by several classmates and even little kids, so he leaves school and goes home. On the night Carly and Sam are ready to do the webshow, Carly tells Sam that Freddie is not coming. Carly makes Sam realize what she did was wrong and that it is ruining Freddie's life. After feeling guilty about what she has done, Sam reveals to the web on iCarly that what she did was wrong and that she hasn't kissed anyone either. Sam then goes to Freddie's balcony and apologizes, and Freddie is touched by what Sam did to help him. They decide to share a kiss, agreeing that it is just to finally get their first kiss over with, and promise not to tell anyone -- especially Carly. They kiss, and afterward Freddie says with a grin "I hate you", and Sam responds saying that she "hates" him too. Everything seems to go back to normal. Meanwhile, Spencer wants to be a professional football player, so Carly sends Gibby (Noah Munck) to work out with him, but decides that he doesn't want to be a football player anymore.
36 11 "iGive Away a Car" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV January 17, 2009 (2009-01-17) 211 5.1[29]
Carly, Sam, and Freddie are hired by a car salesman's son to host a riddle contest to give away a free new car as publicity for their lot. The winner of the contest has a username called "Trickster 206" but when they call him on a video chat on the webshow it is revealed to be Nevel Papperman, much to their dismay. When Freddie and Sam go to retrieve the car for him, the two find out that the owner doesn't even have a son and was never planning on giving away a free car. Carly, confused about the situation, questions Nevel on how he won the contest. The three find out that Nevel was the one who created the contest, hiring a kid to pretend that he was the lot owner's son to set them up in another revenge plot to get iCarly shut down by the LCC for fraud. In order not to have their webshow shut down, iCarly must provide him with a new car. Meanwhile, Spencer buys a spaceship prop, supposedly from the movie "Galaxy Wars" (a parody of Star Wars) online, but finds out that it is only a replica, and was never actually used in the movie. Carly decides to exploit a loophole, which says that a "new car" must be unique, not state registered and can go over 25 miles, so they give the spaceship prop to Nevel as his new car. Nevel then test-drives the spaceship car and crashes into a flower shop, and iCarly succeeds in preventing the end of the webshow.
37 12 "iRocked the Vote" Russ Reinsel Andrew Hill Newman February 7, 2009 (2009-02-07) 215 5.2[30]

When iCarly convince their viewers to vote for David Archuleta on America Sings, they cause him to win. They feel sorry for the runner-up, Wade Collins (Alex Schemmer), who claims he wanted to win the prize money to help his sick mom get surgery. They invite Wade for an interview on the webshow and agree to make him a music video. But after the show, he snaps at the iCarly gang for ruining his life by ruining his chance of winning the contest, and is revealed to be very rude, angry, obnoxious, and narcissistic. Despite his cruelty, Carly, Sam, and Freddie help make a music video for Wade Collins. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Spencer to lie when he has a rented movie that is 10 years overdue. The iCarly team soon finds that Wade's mother was not sick, but he steals the video from them and gets away before they can stop him. They later have David Archuleta appear on their show and give their support to him once more; afterward they show a video to their viewers depicting Wade Collins's true selfish, rude behavior, ending with him revealing that he hates everything from children, teenagers, animals, and even America. Meanwhile, Spencer fails to lie at the rental store, but the store owner reveals that it was a prank.

Special guest star: David Archuleta as himself
38 13 "iMeet Fred" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider February 16, 2009 (2009-02-16) 212 5.1[31]

When Freddie offends an international internet sensation named Fred (Lucas Cruikshank) and tells the whole world he doesn't like the Fred videos, Fred tells all of his fans that he will not make any more videos. Carly, Sam, and Freddie soon start losing friends and acquaintances that are fans of Fred, and everybody at Ridgeway Junior High begins to hate the iCarly group. Everyone even begins abusing Freddie in many painful ways. They meet Lucas, Fred's creator and portrayer, in his home in Shelby, Idaho for Freddie to apologize to him about the Fred videos comment. Lucas later apologizes because he wasn't really mad; it was a publicity stunt meant to increase Fred and iCarly's ratings. At the end they apologize live during the iCarly webshow and present a new Fred video with Carly, Sam, Freddie, and Spencer guest starring as themselves with high-pitched voices like Fred. Meanwhile, Spencer puts a Magic Eight Ball-like toy, called a Magic Meatball, in control of his life, with disastrous results.

Special guest star: Lucas Cruikshank as himself/Fred
39 14 "iLook Alike" David Kendall Dan Schneider March 7, 2009 (2009-03-07) 213 6.3[32]
Carly, Sam, and Freddie are thrilled when they are invited to a mixed martial arts fight to do an iCarly bit filmed backstage, though Spencer and Mrs. Benson do not approve. Upset by this, they set up a risky scheme to sneak out by hiring some lookalikes (Malese Jow, Annie DeFatta, and Gabriel Basso) who live in the area to take their place while they go to the fight in hopes that Spencer will not find out.
40 15 "iWant My Website Back" Adam Weissman Matt Fleckenstein March 21, 2009 (2009-03-21) 219 3.9[33]
Spencer gets a new credit card after canceling his old one when trying to order some new pillows, causing Carly, Sam, and Freddie to lose control of the iCarly.com domain because it automatically charges on his credit card. Luckily, iCarly's biggest fan Mandy (Aria Wallace) (from the Season 1 episode "iAm Your Biggest Fan") returns to buy their website back for them, but she gets tricked into accidentally giving it to Nevel. Spencer disguises himself as an old woman in order to trick Nevel into signing the URL transfer document during an autograph event, but Nevel recognizes and outsmarts him, and he is chased out by security. Later, Nevel demands a kiss from Carly from the day they first met (in "iNevel") in return to claim the transfer document. Carly confronts Nevel, and he signs the document. Carly manages to escape with the signed document without having to kiss Nevel, and succeeds in reclaiming their website. Meanwhile Spencer is stuck with 200 pillows after believing he ordered only two. In the end Carly, Sam and Freddie shut the door on Mandy when she leaves wanting to take them out to a movie. (Note: this is the last appearance of Mandy in the series.)
41 16 "iMake Sam Girlier" Roger Christiansen Jake Farrow April 11, 2009 (2009-04-11) 216 5.1[34]
After an iCarly webcast, everyone celebrates Sam's birthday. During the party, everyone has to give a speech about how they feel about Sam. When Sam's crush, Pete (Graham Patrick Martin), makes his speech, he calls Sam a "dude" because she is so tough and tomboyish. Depressed by this, she goes to Carly for help on how to be girlier. It works until a senior bully at school, Jocelyn (Cynthia Dallas), arrives to harass the iCarly team. Sam tries to maintain her "girliness" until Jocelyn pushes Carly, at which point she fights Jocelyn and scares the bullies away. Unbeknownst to her, Pete is watching. At first Sam becomes upset, but then her spirits lighten up when Pete tells her that he likes the way she is. In the end, Sam and Pete happily go on another date. Meanwhile, Spencer meets a girl at the grocery store and becomes convinced that she only likes him when he is wearing his tuxedo after a date with her didn't go so well when he was wearing casual jeans and a shirt.
42 17 "iGo Nuclear" David Kendall George Doty IV & Andrew Hill Newman April 22, 2009 (2009-04-22) 214 4.5[35]
Carly, Sam, and Freddie are assigned to do a school science project for Green Week by their teacher, Mr. Henning. If they do not get a good grade on their project, Mr. Henning tells his students that they must go on the dreaded "Root & Berry Retreat" for extra credit. Since Freddie is already making a composting box, Carly makes an electric scooter. Unfortunately it only goes four miles per hour, and bursts into flames by the time she reaches school, causing her to fail. Sam, who did not even do a project, manages to get an A from Mr. Henning, who is impressed by her simple "project" that merely involves Sam eating and drinking the juice from an orange to help reduce packaging waste from other snack foods. Carly then has the weekend to do a new project, as Mr. Henning gives her a second chance. Spencer brings in a good-looking science geek he met named Cal (Jake Siegel), who helps build a small power generator utilizing nuclear energy. This turns out to be highly illegal, since it is powered by black-market uranium, unbeknownst to Carly and her friends. Some policemen recognize Cal as a criminal at the Groovy Smoothie and arrest him. Carly and Freddie, who failed the project, are sentenced to the "Root & Berry Retreat" for extra credit and, as punishment for the illegal project and aiding and abetting a known felon.
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"iDate a Bad Boy" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider May 9, 2009 (2009-05-09) 217
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Carly and Spencer catch their new neighbor, Griffin, stealing Spencer's motorcycle. The two reprimand Griffin, but Spencer eventually lets him off the hook, despite Carly's begrudging disposition. Following this incident, Spencer sparks a friendship with Griffin and invites him over to help with a sculpture - much to Carly's dismay. After working on the sculpture for some time, Spencer goes out to buy smoothies for the group. Spencer then returns home to see Carly and Griffin kissing. Carly frantically tries to explain her newfound feelings for Griffin, but this only infuriates Spencer further. Consequently, Spencer forbids the couple to see each other and begins policing Carly's daily life. Sick of Spencer's paranoid regimen, Carly and Griffin devise a plan to see each other. Their plan is quickly thwarted by Spencer, who, despite their deceptive efforts, finally lets the couple be together.

Meanwhile, Sam pays Freddie to build a website for her, and has a contract written up as well. Freddie agrees, and begins building the website around Sam's request. However, as their partnership progresses, Freddie expresses that he cannot keep up with Sam's numerous demands, and tears up the contract. Sam then reveals that she has sold the website for $1,000, and because of their voided contract, Freddie is not entitled to any of the profit. Sam later turns to Spencer to help with a strange nightmare she has been having about a monster eating her soup.

Carly and Griffin's relationship advances happily and without flaw, until Griffin reveals that he obsessively and neurotically collects a series of stuffed animals called "Pee Wee Babies" (a parody of Beanie Babies). Carly is taken aback, and consults Sam about Griffin's compulsive collection, and considers breaking up with him because of it. Sam and Carly eventually begin passing jokes about Griffin and his plush toy collection. Griffin, who had come to see Carly, overhears their conversation as they mock his collection; he is deeply insulted and upset with Carly for making fun of him, and immediately ends their relationship. Despite this, Carly is relieved that Griffin no longer wishes to date her.
45 20 "iReunite with Missy" Adam Weissman Jake Farrow May 16, 2009 (2009-05-16) 218 4.3[37]

Carly's old friend, Missy Robinson (Haley Ramm) from when they were young, returns to Seattle and tries to become Carly's only best friend and replace Sam. After inviting Sam and Carly to a ride on helicopter, she texts Sam the wrong address, sending her to a piñata shell factory instead. Missy then "accidentally" destroys Sam's cell phone, and gets Sam sick by giving her expired chocolates. Sam realizes Missy is up to something, but no one believes her since they think that Sam is being "her usual paranoid self." When Carly is not around, Missy confesses to Sam, believing that Carly will not believe anything bad about Missy. Sam is forced to ask Freddie for help; when he wins a six month cruise that was giving to him by the school, he gives it to Missy so she will go away. Shortly after Missy is awarded with the cruise, Carly overhears Missy's plans to destroy her and Sam's friendship and abandons Missy angrily. Meanwhile, while packing for a camping trip, Spencer is locked in the basement by Chuck, who is seeking revenge on Spencer for telling on him and getting him grounded for playing racquetball in the lobby when he was filling in for Lewbert in the episode iHurt Lewbert, so Chuck says that Spencer is "grounded" for two days. Chuck is eventually caught and is grounded by his father once again, only though Spencer remains trapped in the basement.

Guest star: Haley Ramm as Missy
46 21 "iTake on Dingo" David Kendall Jake Farrow June 13, 2009 (2009-06-13) 226 3.4[38]
After an episode of iCarly, Wendy tells Sam and Freddie that a show on the Dingo Channel (parody of Disney Channel) called "Totally Teri" used Random Dancing in an episode, calling it "Random Jumping". Carly and Sam find out that they even spoofed "Messin' with Lewbert". Spencer and the iCarly team go to Hollywood to settle the issue, staying in a very low-quality, seedy motel that Sam recommended. Visiting Dingo Studios, Carly and Sam confront the "Totally Teri" writers, who confess that they are plagiarizing iCarly skits to use for their show; they claim they have rights to do so since they have lawyers, money, and power. Meanwhile, Spencer and Freddie find Charles Dingo's rumored frozen head and come up with a plan. The next day, the iCarly group threatens to release depictions of Dingo's frozen head on iCarly.com unless the writers swear not to steal the show's ideas again. The writers swear on camera that they will never do it again, but Sam makes two of the writers wear bikini tops and fight with dog food on the show as revenge for stealing their ideas.
47 22 "iMust Have Locker 239" David Kendall Eric Goldberg & Peter Tibbals June 27, 2009 (2009-06-27) 220[39] 4.0[40]
Sam and Freddie are forced to share the school's biggest and best locker after winning a contest to see how many Fat Cakes were in a jar. Meanwhile, Carly tries to get some art lessons from Spencer, he instead teaches her about sculpting. Spencer gets frustrated with her, and Carly gets lessons from a particularly dull art class. Spencer barges in, telling the teacher (Cherise Bangs) she is not teaching "art" correctly, which results in a fight, as they splatter paint on each other. Carly's art teacher and Spencer later make up and kiss after the teacher admits Spencer was right about being spontaneous and passionate in order to become a true artist. Meanwhile, Freddie offers Sam $200 for her half of their locker, and Sam approves the offer. A few moments later, Sam's mom comes to pick Sam up after getting laser eye surgery, and inadvertently destroys Locker 239 by backing into the school wall with her car. Sam jumps in the car with Freddie's money, leaving him face to face with Mr. Howard (David St. James).
48 23 "iTwins" Russ Reinsel Eric Goldberg & Peter Tibbals July 11, 2009 (2009-07-11) 224 5.2[41]
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"iFight Shelby Marx" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08) 221
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Season 3 (2009–10)

iCarly season 3 episodes
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51 1 "iThink They Kissed" Adam Weissman Steve Holland September 12, 2009 (2009-09-12) 227 7.6[43]
52 2 "iCook" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider September 19, 2009 (2009-09-19) 228 3.8[44]
53 3 "iSpeed Date" Russ Reinsel Andrew Hill Newman September 26, 2009 (2009-09-26) 230 4.7[45]
54 4 "iCarly Awards" Steve Hoefer Andrew Hill Newman October 3, 2009 (2009-10-03) 223 4.4[46]
55 5 "iHave My Principals" David Kendall Matt Fleckenstein October 17, 2009 (2009-10-17) 229 4.7[47]
56 6 "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love" David Kendall Matt Fleckenstein November 14, 2009 (2009-11-14) 236 5.0[48]
57 7 "iMove Out" Steve Hoefer Arthur Gradstein November 28, 2009 (2009-11-28) 241 5.7[49]
58
59
8
9
"iQuit iCarly" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider December 5, 2009 (2009-12-05) 233
234
8.8[50][51]
60 10 "iSaved Your Life" Larry LaFond Eric Goldberg & Peter Tibbals January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18) (original)
February 12, 2010 (2010-02-12) (extended)
232 11.2 (original)[52]
4.1 (extended)[53]
61 11 "iWas a Pageant Girl" Adam Weissman Andrew Hill Newman January 29, 2010 (2010-01-29) 237 5.2[54]
62 12 "iEnrage Gibby" Jonathan Goldstein Jake Farrow February 5, 2010 (2010-02-05) 235 4.8[55]
63 13 "iSpace Out" Russ Reinsel Jake Farrow March 5, 2010 (2010-03-05) 239 5.3[56][57]
64 14 "iFix a Pop Star" Steve Hoefer Matt Fleckenstein March 19, 2010 (2010-03-19) 231 3.8[58]
65 15 "iBloop" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider April 17, 2010 (2010-04-17) 245 4.3[59]
66 16 "iWon't Cancel the Show" Steve Hoefer Eric Goldberg & Peter Tibbals May 1, 2010 (2010-05-01) 238 4.9[60]
67 17 "iBelieve in Bigfoot" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider May 8, 2010 (2010-05-08) 240 4.4[61]
68
69
18
19
"iPsycho" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Ben Huebscher June 4, 2010 (2010-06-04) 243
244
7.5[62]
70 20 "iBeat the Heat" Steve Hoefer Steve Holland June 26, 2010 (2010-06-26) 242 4.2[63]

Season 4 (2010–11)

iCarly season 4 episodes
No. in
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No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code[5]
U.S. viewers
(millions)
71 1 "iGot a Hot Room" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider July 30, 2010 (2010-07-30) 301 7.8[64]
72 2 "iSam's Mom" Adam Weissman Jake Farrow September 11, 2010 (2010-09-11) 305 6.0[65]
73 3 "iGet Pranky" Adam Weissman Arthur Gradstein September 25, 2010 (2010-09-25) 304 5.2[66]
74 4 "iSell Penny Tees" Russ Reinsel Matt Fleckenstein October 2, 2010 (2010-10-02) 303 4.0[67]
75 5 "iDo" Steve Hoefer Jake Farrow October 11, 2010 (2010-10-11) 302 6.7[68]
76
77
6
7
"iStart a Fan War" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider November 19, 2010 (2010-11-19) 308
309
5.0[69]
78 8 "iHire an Idiot" Clayton Boen Arthur Gradstein February 12, 2011 (2011-02-12) 307 4.9[70]
79 9 "iPity the Nevel" Russ Reinsel Matt Fleckenstein March 19, 2011 (2011-03-19) 306 4.6[71]
80 10 "iOMG" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider April 9, 2011 (2011-04-09) 310 8.8[72]
81
82
83
11
12
13
"iParty with Victorious" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider June 11, 2011 (2011-06-11) (original)
August 27, 2011 (2011-08-27) (extended)
311
312
313
7.3[73] (original)
5.7[74] (extended)

Season 5 (2011–12)

iCarly season 5 episodes
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code[75][5]
U.S. viewers
(millions)
84 1 "iLost My Mind" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13) 402 5.5[76]
85 2 "iDate Sam & Freddie" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow September 10, 2011 (2011-09-10) 401 4.1[77]
86 3 "iCan't Take It" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider & Arthur Gradstein September 17, 2011 (2011-09-17) 403 4.8[78]
87 4 "iLove You" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow September 24, 2011 (2011-09-24) 404 3.5[79]
88 5 "iQ" David Kendall Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein October 1, 2011 (2011-10-01) 405 3.8[80]
89 6 "iBloop 2: Electric Bloopaloo" Clayton Boen Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein December 28, 2011 (2011-12-28) 411 3.1[81]
90
91
7
8
"iStill Psycho" David Kendall Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow December 31, 2011 (2011-12-31) 407
408
5.5[82]
92 9 "iBalls" Russ Reinsel Dan Schneider & Ben Huebscher January 7, 2012 (2012-01-07) 410 4.1[83]
93 10 "iMeet the First Lady" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider & Arthur Gradstein January 16, 2012 (2012-01-16) 406 4.3[84]
94 11 "iToe Fat Cakes" Russ Reinsel Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein January 21, 2012 (2012-01-21) 409 4.8[85]

Season 6 (2012)

iCarly season 6 episodes
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code[75][5]
U.S. viewers
(millions)
95 1 "iApril Fools" Jerry Trainor Dan Schneider & George Doty IV March 24, 2012 (2012-03-24) 503 3.4[86]
96 2 "iGo One Direction" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & George Doty IV April 7, 2012 (2012-04-07) 501 3.9[87]
97 3 "iOpen a Restaurant" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow April 21, 2012 (2012-04-21) 502 2.8[88]
98 4 "iHalfoween" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider & Ben Dougan April 28, 2012 (2012-04-28) 505 2.9[89]
99 5 "iPear Store" David Kendall Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow May 12, 2012 (2012-05-12) 504 2.8[90]
100 6 "iBattle Chip" Adam Weissman Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow June 9, 2012 (2012-06-09) 506 2.4[91]

Season 7 (2012)

iCarly season 7 episodes
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code[75][5]
U.S. viewers
(millions)
101
102
1
2
"iShock America" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider October 6, 2012 (2012-10-06) 510
511
3.6[92]
103 3 "iGet Banned" David Kendall Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow October 13, 2012 (2012-10-13) 507 3.6[93]
104 4 "iFind Spencer Friends" Russ Reinsel Jake Farrow October 20, 2012 (2012-10-20) 512 3.3[94]
105 5 "iRescue Carly" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein October 27, 2012 (2012-10-27) 509 3.3[95]
106 6 "iLost My Head in Vegas" Jerry Trainor Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow November 3, 2012 (2012-11-03) 508 3.5[96]
107 7 "iBust a Thief" Steve Hoefer Matt Fleckenstein November 10, 2012 (2012-11-10) 513 3.4[97]
108
109
8
9
"iGoodbye" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider November 23, 2012 (2012-11-23) 514
515
6.4[98]

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