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Eleven years later and there's still one burning question iCarly fans are still dying to know an answer to: WHO DID FREDDIE LOVE? Carly or. iDate Sam & Freddie is the 15th episode of Season 4 of iCarly, and the eighty- fifth episode This is the second episode that starts with iDate, the first episode being iDate a Bad Boy. We STILL can't get over that Sam and Freddie are dating!. After the events of "iLost My Mind," Sam and Freddie begin a rocky relationship. but problems circulate around Carly when she has to resolve their every fight At the near end of the episode, Freddie and Sam go on a date, but take Carly.
While Freddie is asleep, he remembers a comment Sam made about the guy saying, "That boy's got moves. When Freddie attempts to get Carly to kiss him, Sam says, "I'm gonna puke all over both of you! Sam and Freddie both agree that Jake is terrible, and they kept smiling at each other, saying, "Check! Sam sounds genuinely interested in why Freddie was saying "Check! Freddie and Sam both agreed that Jake was horrible and shouldn't sing on the show. While talking about what they should improvise about during Jake's time something funnySam mentions to Carly that they should talk about Freddie's haircut.
Sam wonders to Freddie why her grandfather just sleeps and burps when Carly's grandfather comes in, and Freddie replies because he's related to her. Sam sticks popcorn in Freddie's nose in response. Freddie is seen standing very close behind Sam. Both Freddie and Sam become really excited to go buy smoothies. Sam doesn't listen to Freddie when he tells her to keep her hands off his equipment and just keeps playing with it to bother him.
Freddie says that Sam's butt is shaped like a ham. That would mean that he has been looking at her butt. While they are leaving the studio when Carly's grandfather arrives, Freddie keeps looking back at Sam as if she'll do something to hurt him.
Both of them leave Carly's apartment through the back door together.
At Carly's locker, Sam retorts to Freddie about standing up to Carly's grandfather, possibly showing jealousy. Sam tells Freddie he's "Yaka-mannoying.
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Sam pulls Freddie off of Carly. Benson tells Spencer that he had to stop rubbing anti tick lotion on Freddie when the fire happened, Freddie notices Sam come over and tells his mom he doesn't have ticks. Sam teases Freddie about the anti tick lotion which he retorts is precautionary.
It is also the second episode of the four-episode storyline stemming off of iOMG. The episode received just over 4. They have Carly settle numerous disagreements between them, eventually annoying her by having her work out every single fight they have. At a dinner date at Pini'sCarly eventually loses it and tells them off, saying that they shouldn't always rely on her to solve their problems and that they shouldn't date if they aren't able to solve their own problems.
Subplot I Spencer builds a lawn in the Shay's loftmuch to Carly's annoyance, even though she admits that it is nice looking at the fake stars Spencer mounted on the ceiling.
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Subplot II Gibby tries to raise a pet dog with Carly, even though she keeps telling him she doesn't want to. He names the dog Sir-Licks-A-Lot. The newer opening sequence has a scene from iParty with Victorious with Jennette McCurdy during her credit portion, as well as new technical effects the iCarly logo now shines as it fades out into the scene of Carlyand a scene from iCarly.
It also has a new clip of Carly waking up, a clip Sam with Gibby throwing a spoonful of food toward the camera, a clip of Sam and Carly dancing, Spencer whacking a pillow, and he also cuts their coffee table in half with a chain saw. This episode could be a possibility for the "Cibby" pairing, as Gibby is happy that he and Carly are going to be able to spend time together, as shown on the second promo. Sam and Freddie are dating in this episode. T-Bo appears in this episode.
In the scene where Gibby goes to the iCarly studio to rehearse, it can be seen that the water bottle he's drinking is labeled "Crystal Waters". Sir Mix-a-Lot's name itself is a reference to Sir Lancelot. The scene where Carly gurgles her drink and where Spencer makes the lawn, as seen in the promos, was edited out to keep the length of the episode 21—23 minutes long. The two Sam and Freddie kisses were cut short as they appeared longer in the promos because of the young audiences and to keep the length of the episode 21—23 minutes long.
This is the first time Freddie mentions he knows about the chip his mother put in his head as a baby to track him wherever he is located. Sam also mentions that her mom used to put black coffee in her bottle as a baby because it made her dance funny. Freddie's new Penny-Tee and Sam's remote necklace Sam wears more accessories in this episode than she has before and she has a necklace with a mini-remote, so she can boo people on the street.
Freddie also sports a new gray Penny-Tee which has the phrase "Penny Tease" in red letters on it. This is the first episode where Sam refers to Freddie as her boyfriend noted by the line "This is not how boyfriends behave! This is the only episode of the series to have the names of two separate characters in the title.
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Goofs In the scene in the kitchen when Sam and Freddie are fighting about Freddie getting a "B" on his World history paper, Carly has a glass of juice in front of her on the counter. However right after Sam says "If he's going to give you B's why shouldn't I give him bees? In the iCarly Studio scene, Sam's remote necklace can be plainly seen outside her shirt until they cut to Freddie when he mentions brushing her hair.
In the next cut, her remote necklace gets mysteriously tucked under her shirt. During the scene in the restaurant after Sam takes a bite of the lasagna and starts talking with her mouth full there is a piece of lasagna stuck to her chin.
When she turns around to talk to Carly less than a second later the lasagne is gone. During Sam and Freddie's date in Pini's restaurant, after Carly sits down with them she empties all the Parmesan out of a fly made of metal and glass then sets it down beside her, right way up - then while she is talking the fly is suddenly on its side, then disappears altogether, then as Carly stands up to walk away it reappears.
I made a lawn!
Kress is happy, and Freddie Benson is not a real person. Seddie fan wars have] still continued, which is crazy — and I love that," Kress noted. During the episode, it's suggested that Freddie and Sam still have feelings for each other and would pick up where they left off after "iCarly" ended, but Kress deems this unlikely.
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Besides their toxic relationship, the long-term deal probably wouldn't work for them. In fact, Kress doesn't believe Freddie and Carly ended up together either, thanks to the whole Italy thing Carly moved there in the last episode.
He thinks Freddie got together with one of his one-off girlfriends we'd occasionally see on the show — not necessarily for love, but because they were simply there in Seattle with him.
Kress also shared a semi-troubling thought that there's a good chance Freddie ended up living with his mother Mary Scheer for all of eternity, which sounds much more likely. Benson was the poster child for "smothers" everywhere, and she became agitated whenever Freddie was away from her.