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iCarly (season 2)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 25
Release
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release September 27, 2008 – August 8, 2009
Season chronology
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Season 1
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Season 3

The second season of iCarly started broadcasting on September 27, 2008 and ended on August 8, 2009.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Series # Season # Episode title Director Writer(s) Original air date Production code
26 1 "iSaw Him First"[1] Adam Weissman Andrew Hill Newman
Steven Molaro
September 27, 2008 (2008-09-27) 204
In the second-season opener, Carly and Sam both develop a crush on Freddie's "nerd" pal, Shane (James Maslow). When they cannot decide who should date him they decide to go by the first one to kiss him, but he has to be the one to do it. They constantly try to get into situations where he is close to kissing them, and always become unsuccessful. Meanwhile, Spencer hires a repairman to fix the elevator, but the repairman proves to be no help at all, just a dancer. Because of the broken elevator, Shane accidentally falls from the iCarly studio to the basement, when he finds out that Sam and Carly are competing for him and angrily walks away from both. When they visit him at the hospital Carly kisses him, but by then it is too late.
27 2 "iStage an Intervention"[2] Jonathan Goldstein Karey Dornetto October 4, 2008 (2008-10-04) 205
Spencer finds an old 1980s Pak-Rat video game cabinet in a junkyard and becomes addicted to it, whilst 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.
28 3 "iOwe You"[3] David Kendall Jake Farrow October 11, 2008 (2008-10-11) 206
Sam owes Carly and Freddie $526, so she gets a job to earn the money, and pay them back. Carly, Sam, and Freddie make a broadcast on iCarly to all their fans to donate money to Sam. However, they find out its illegal to solicit money to kids over the internet. Meanwhile Spencer tries to impress an attractive single mom by helping her daughter sell fudgeballs, an equivalent to Girl Scout cookies, but two scouts stole Spencer's place at the market. Spencer comes up with the idea to send every iCarly fan who sent them money to send them fudgeballs. Carly and Freddie then hire someone to give the money they earned to Sam in a tip. At the end, everyone enjoys what Sam got with her money except Spencer.
29 4 "iHurt Lewbert"[4] Russ Reinsel Ethan Banville October 18, 2008 (2008-10-18) 207
Lewbert, Carly's doorman, is injured during an exploding muffin basket prank. Spencer suggests that Carly, Sam, and Freddie help him until he's back on his feet, but it is more easily said than done. When Freddie's mother takes over, she makes it look easy, but leaves the group extremely concerned. Freddie's mother and Lewbert fall in love. Meanwhile, while using a CB radio, Spencer upsets two truckers nicknamed Porkchop (Joel McCrary) and Sledgehammer (Matt Willig).
30-32 5-7 "iGo to Japan "[5] Steve Hoefer Andrew Hill Newman
Dan Schneider
November 8, 2008 (2008-11-08) 201-203[6]

In the first iCarly movie the team, along with Spencer and Mrs. Benson, go to Japan when iCarly is nominated for the iWeb Awards. After an intensely dangerous ride (where they jump out of the plane but make it out safely), they are all sabotaged by two competing web show nominees: Kyoko and Yuki. Their cousins wrap Spencer and Mrs. Benson up in seaweed in a massage room and lock the door while Kyoko and Yuki ditch the trio in the middle of nowhere and flee. Carly, Sam and Freddie must return to Spencer and Mrs. Benson in time for the iWeb Awards.

Note: This can be shown as a three-part episode, or a movie with all parts together.
33 8 "iPie"[7] Roger Christiansen Andrew Hill Newman November 15, 2008 (2008-11-15) 208
When the group's favorite pie shop closes down due to the death of the head chef, they go out to find the recipe for their favorite pie. The only person believed to have the recipe is the chef's granddaughter. She agrees to give them the recipe if she can go on a date with Spencer. She takes it a bit too far, and confesses that she never owned the recipe. Carly, Sam and Freddie hatch a plan to find the recipe. Meanwhile, Mrs. Benson's cousin's baby visits for a few days, making Freddie uneasy about it because his cousin always has a blank expression when she sees Freddie. Freddie tries finding a way to succeed in making his cousin laugh.
34 9 "iChristmas"[8] Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider December 13, 2008 (2008-12-13) 209
When Spencer makes an electromagnetic Christmas tree, the tree bursts into flames, which makes Carly furious at him because the fire mauled the presents Carly got for Spencer. Carly then wishes that Spencer was born "normal". Carly's guardian angel, Mitch (Danny Woodburn), makes this wish come true, surprising Carly. The next day, at school, Sam is absent, Freddie was never friends with Carly, and, to make things worse, Nevel Papperman is Carly's boyfriend. 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 was never her friend, either. Carly returns home and then is told that Mrs. Benson and Spencer are now engaged, making Carly angry at what the world has become. Carly then walks up the stairs and finds out that, because Sam and Freddie were never her friends, iCarly never existed, either. Carly begins to sob, realizing how much the world would change if Spencer was born normal. Mitch turns the world back, making Spencer a quirky artist 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"[9] Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider January 3, 2009 (2009-01-03) 210
In retaliation for putting a dead fish in his locker, Freddie handcuffs Sam to Gibby. Later, Sam overhears Freddie make a confession to Carly that he has never had his first "real" kiss. To get back at Freddie, Sam exposes his secret on iCarly. Freddie is then mocked at school about this and stops going, talking to anyone, or going to iCarly rehearsals. Carly makes Sam feel guilty about this, so a regretful Sam exposes the same secret about herself in their webshow. She visits Freddie and apologizes. After they both discuss the unimportance of a first kiss, they decide they should just kiss each other and get it over with, with no other intentions. Meanwhile, Spencer trains to be a famous Seattle Cobras football player, but his laziness of getting fit gets the better of him, even with the help of Gibby.
36 11 "iGive Away a Car"[10] Steve Hoefer George Doty IV January 17, 2009 (2009-01-17) 211
Carly, Sam and Freddie are hired by a car salesman's son to host a contest for a free new car to raise publicity for their lot. The winner, shockingly, is Nevel Papperman. When Freddie and Sam go to retrieve the car for him, the two find out that the owner doesn't have a son and the car did not exist. Carly, being disappointed with the news, starts to question Nevel on how he won the contest. The three find out that Nevel was the one who created the contest and the car, hiring some kid to pretend that he was the lot owner's son to set them up. But iCarly must still provide him with a car. Meanwhile, Spencer buys a prop from a movie online, but finds out that he was simply fooled by a replica, and Carly decides to exploit a loophole, saying that a "Car" is any vehicle that can go over 25 miles per hour for at least three seconds. Using that they give the prop to Nevel as his new car, to keep iCarly from getting shut down by the LCC for fraud. Nevel then tests drives the car, and crashes into a flower shop, and iCarly succeeds in prevention of getting their website shut down.
37 12 "iRocked the Vote"[11] Russ Reinsel Andrew Hill Newman February 7, 2009 (2009-02-07) 215

When iCarly convince their viewers to vote for David Archuleta on America Sings, they cause him to win. They feel sorry for his opponent, Wade Collins (Alex Schemmer), who claims he wanted to win to help his sick mom. They try to help him out by creating a music video, but soon find out that he is a con artist. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Spencer to lie when he has a rented movie that is 10 years overdue.

The team decides to get Wade back when they find that his mother wasn't sick. They give him the video (his success is shown in the later episode 'iFix a Popstar') and have David Archuleta on the show, during which they show Wade's selfish behavior. Meanwhile Spencer fails to lie at the rental store, but his honesty convinces them to erase his debt.
38 13 "iMeet Fred"[13] Adam Weissman Dan Schneider February 16, 2009 (2009-02-16) 212

When Freddie offends an international internet sensation, Fred, he gets crushed and says to all of his fans that he will not make any more Fred videos. Carly, Sam, and Freddie soon start losing friends and acquaintances that are fans of Fred, and everybody in Ridgeway Jr High hates the iCarly group and Freddie is banned from all clubs. They meet Lucas (Lucas Cruikshank), Fred's creator and portrayer, in his home in Idaho for Freddie to forgive him about the Fred videos comment. Lucas later apologizes because he wasn't really mad, it was so Fred and iCarly had more ratings. At the end they apologize live in the iCarly webshow and presented 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.

Viewers: 5.1 million.[12]
39 14 "iLook Alike"[14] David Kendall Dan Schneider March 7, 2009 (2009-03-07) 213
Carly, Sam & 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 refuse to let them go. Upset by this, they set up a risky scheme to sneak out by hiring some lookalikes (Malese Jow, Annie DeFatta, and Gabriel Basso) to fool Spencer into thinking they are still there. Spencer finds out the truth, and goes after the real guys. He confronts them, but is beaten up by Jackson Colt.
40 15 "iWant My Website Back"[15] Adam Weissman Matt Fleckenstein March 21, 2009 (2009-03-21) 219
Spencer gets a new credit card after canceling his old one, causing Carly, Sam, and Freddie to lose control of the iCarly.com domain. Luckily, Mandy returns to buy their website back for them, but she gets tricked into giving it to Nevel. Spencer disguises as an old woman to trick Nevel into signing the URL transfer document during a book signing, but is chased out by security after Nevel recognized him. Later, Nevel demands a kiss from Carly in return to claim the transfer document. Carly confronts Nevel, and Nevel signs the document. However Carly escapes with the signed document without having to kiss Nevel and succeeds in reclaiming their website. Spencer gets stuck with 200 pillows after believing he ordered only two. He then found in the storage room a fishing rod.
41 16 "iMake Sam Girlier"[16] Roger Christiansen Jake Farrow April 11, 2009 (2009-04-11) 216
Sam wants lessons from Carly on how to be girlier and be a better person to attract her classmate, Pete (Graham Patrick Martin), after receiving unwanted praise for her aggressiveness at her birthday party. At the end of the episode, Pete arrives at the Groovy Smoothie, ready to go on a date with Sam. The bully at school who is tougher than Sam herself, Jocelyn (Cynthia Dallas), also arrives to harass the iCarly team. So Sam beats her up to protect her friends, not knowing that Pete was watching, who was actually impressed at her tough side as well as defending her friends. Meanwhile, Spencer starts sporting his tuxedo daily because he thinks it's the reason why a woman he met likes him. He is convinced later that she doesn't just like him in his tux because she kisses him (even though the tux is still on, so she might just like him with the tux on).
42 17 "iGo Nuclear"[17] David Kendall George Doty IV
Andrew Hill Newman
April 22, 2009 (2009-04-22) 214

Carly has to do a project for green week, so she makes an electric scooter. But, it can only go for 4 miles per hour and it bursts into flames, so she is given the weekend to make a new project. Spencer brings in a good-looking science geek named Cal, who helps her make a very unique green week project involving nuclear energy. This turns out to be highly illegal, involving black-market uranium, which gets Cal arrested (though his arrest is not shown). Carly is sentenced to the "Root & Berry Retreat" for extra credit and as punishment for the illegal project and aiding and abetting a known felon. Freddie has to go with Carly, as well, due to him getting a bad grade on the project, as well. However, Sam doesn't have to go on the retreat because she pulled off an unimpressive project. Mr. Henning liked it and gives her an A, but she did go altough she is not seen.

Guest Stars: Andrew Hill Newman as Mr. Henning, and Lauren Benz Philips as Charlotte (Gibby's mother)
43-44 18-19 "iDate a Bad Boy "[20] Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider May 9, 2009 (2009-05-09) 217/225[21]

Part 1: Carly and Spencer become upset when their new neighbor, Griffin steals the motorcycle that Carly bought for Spencer in iPromote Tech-Foots. Spencer lets Griffin off the hook, but Carly becomes upset. However, when Spencer later goes out to get smoothies, he returns to find Carly and Griffin kissing on the couch. Spencer becomes furious and paranoid, forces Griffin to leave, and forbids Carly to see him. The next night, Carly asks Spencer to spend time together, although she tricks him into spending time with Griffin. For the second time, Spencer comes home into the scene of Carly and Griffin kissing. He then allows them to resume dating. Meanwhile, Sam pays Freddie $50 to make a website and has a lawyer write them a contract. Freddie cannot keep up with her demands and tears up the contract, canceling the deal; Sam later makes $1,000 for selling the website and Freddie doesn't get any of the money because he tore up the contract.

Part 2: When Carly goes to Griffin's house one night for dinner, she steps in his room while Griffin shows her around. In the middle of them kissing, Carly finds out that Griffin collects "Pee Wee Babies" (parody of Beanie Babies). That night in Carly's apartment, Sam and Carly make fun of him for collecting "Pee Wee Babies", unaware that Griffin is listening in. He eventually dumps Carly. Meanwhile, Sam dreams that a monster scares her and eats her soup. Spencer tries to help her but later ends up dreaming about the same monster. He then wakes up, finds he is sweaty, and uses the "Sham Pow"!

Viewers: 6.5 million [18][19]

Guest Star: Drew Roy as Griffin

Note: This episode was shown in a one hour time slot with two parts. This is also the second iCarly movie.
45 20 "iReunite with Missy"[22] Adam Weissman Jake Farrow May 16, 2009 (2009-05-16) 218

Carly's old friend Missy Robinson returns to Seattle and tries to become Carly's only best friend and replace Sam because she was Carly's best friend first. Sam was given expired chocolate by Missy, and she destroyed Sam's cell phone, and in addition, Missy texted Sam the wrong address to a helicopter base, that she intended to go on with Missy, and Carly. Missy's actions are claimed "accidental", however Sam realizes what Missy is trying to do, but no one believes her as they think Sam is being "her usual paranoid self", because she was being paranoid when she thought Lewbert was an undercover cop, because she thought his giant wart was a spycam and thought Gibby was a mermaid because he doesn't like wearing shirts. Missy confesses to Sam, but since no one will believe her, she is forced to ask Freddie for help, so when Freddie wins a six month cruise, he gives it to Missy so she will go away. Shortly after Missy is awarded with the cruise, Carly discovers Missy's plans to destroy her and Sam's friendship. Meanwhile, while packing for a camping trip, Spencer is locked in the basement by a psychotic boy, Chuck, seeking revenge from Spencer for telling on him and getting him grounded in the episode "iHurt Lewbert". Chuck is eventually caught at the end of the episode and is grounded by his father.

Guest Stars: Haley Ramm as Missy Robinson, Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, and David St. James as Mr. Howard
46 21 "iTake on Dingo"[23] David Kendall Jake Farrow June 13, 2009 (2009-06-13) 226
After an episode of iCarly, some kids at school mention that a show on the Dingo Channel called "Totally Teri" used Random Dancing in an episode, calling it "Random Jumping". Carly and Sam soon realize there is more than that - they even spoofed Messing with Lewbert. So, Spencer and the iCarly team go to Hollywood to settle this, and to look for the frozen head of the founder, staying in a low-quality hotel where somebody was killed next to a window with a hobo named Hollywood. Visiting Dingo Studios, Carly and Sam learn the "Totally Teri" writers are plagiarizing iCarly skits for their own use, and they claim they have rights to do so, since they have money and power. Meanwhile, Spencer and Freddie find Charles Dingo's (the founder of Dingo studios) head and come up with a plan (along with Sam and Carly), since they have access to the head. The next day, the iCarly group threatens to release depictions of Dingo's head on iCarly.com unless the writers swear never to steal the show's ideas again; Afterwards, two of the writers end up on iCarly in a skit called "Bikini Dog Food Fight".
47 22 "iMust Have Locker 239 "[25] David Kendall Eric Goldberg
Peter Tibbals
June 27, 2009 (2009-06-27) 220

Sam and Freddie are forced to share the school's best locker after winning a contest to see how many Fat Cakes were in a jar (2,718). Meanwhile, Carly tries to get some art lessons from Spencer. Spencer teaches her about sculpting, but Carly wanted to learn how to draw a bunny after Sam and Freddie laughing at her drawing of one on iCarly. Spencer gets frustrated with her, and Carly gets lessons from an art class. Spencer barges in, telling the teacher she is not teaching "art" right. At the end of Spencer and Carly's segment, Carly's art teacher and Spencer kissed. For Freddie and Sam's segment, Freddie offered Sam $200 for her half of their locker. Sam approved the offer. A few moments later, Sam's mom comes to pick Sam up, but inadvertently destroys Locker 239, with her car hitting the wall where the locker was standing. Sam jumps in the car with Freddie's money, leaving him face to face with Mr. Howard.

Guest Star: David St. James as Mr. Howard, Cherise Bangs as Miss Fielder, and Yvette Nicole Brown as Art Student[24]
48 23 "iTwins"[27] Russ Reinsel Eric Goldberg
Peter Tibbals
July 11, 2009 (2009-07-11) 224

Sam has a twin sister named Melanie (Portrayed by Jennette McCurdy). Freddie is not convinced, and to try to prove it, he sees Melanie in person and invites her to a dance with him as his date. The plan to try to prove that Melanie is really Sam takes an unexpected turn when Melanie kisses Freddie, who then becomes extremely paranoid. Meanwhile. In the end, since Freddie refuses to believe it, Sam admits to Freddie that there is no Melanie. Satisfied, Freddie departs right before Melanie (who reveals that she still has romantic feelings for him) arrives to go to the mall with Sam and Carly. Meanwhile, Carly tries to tutor Chuck in math, and Spencer shows Carly how evil Chuck really is (with the help of a hidden video camera that Socko set up). Carly gets revenge on Chuck by telling him there's a new number called "dirf" between 5 and 6, and because of this, Chuck fails his math test and Spencer gives his dad a brochure about a summer math camp called Camp Add-m-Up, sending Chuck to math camp for the whole summer.

Viewers: 5.226 million viewers.[26]

Guest Star: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, and David St. James as Mr. Howard.
49-50 24-25 "iFight Shelby Marx"[30] Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08) 221-222

In the third iCarly movie Carly and martial-arts champ Shelby Marx (Zoey 101 and Spectacular!'s Victoria Justice) agree to have an exhibition fight for charity after Carly jokingly challenges her to a match. Unfortunately, Carly accidentally falls on Shelby's grandmother during a press conference. Thinking Shelby wants revenge, Carly backs out of the fight, only to be ridiculed as a coward. Carly visits Shelby and apologizes, and the fight is back on. However, Nevel Papperman alters a clip of the press conference to make it look like Carly intentionally tackled Shelby's grandma to dupe Shelby into fighting Carly. Shelby, furious, attacks Carly for real during the match, Carly then clinges onto Shelby's leg for the rest of the "fight". Nevel's plot is revealed and as punishment, he is beaten up. The show concludes with Shelby appearing on iCarly. Meanwhile, Spencer suffers from ridiculous side effects while taking an experimental allergy medication given by a doctor.

Viewers: The premiere for "iFight Shelby Marx" received 7.9 million viewers,[28] the largest ratings for the show until next season's iQuit iCarly. The movie's first three airings all scored in to the "Top 20 Cable ratings" that week and reached a combined 17 million viewers.[29]

Guest Stars: Victoria Justice as Shelby Marx, Sean Smith as Dr. Dresdin, Jonathan Spencer as Mr. Connick, and Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman.

Note: This can be shown as a two-part episode (iFight part 1 and iFight part 2)

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