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Carly has been happily dating a boy named Steven Carson, who divides his time between Seattle and Los Angeles because his parents are divorced. What she doesn't know is that he is also dating Tori Vega when he spends time in Los Angeles. (This is iCarly S04E11.)
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After Tori Vega fills in for her sister’s performing act, she is given the opportunity to attend the elite Hollywood Arts High School. However, fitting in proves difficult when she is targeted by a jealous Jade.
Tori finds out that everyone who attends Hollywood Arts must complete “The Bird Scene.” So, she works hard on preparing the monologue for her drama class. Elsewhere, André and Robbie enroll in a ballet class to meet girls.
Tori gets a chance to perform an act of stage fighting, but things look bad for her when she gets paired up with Jade. Meanwhile, Trina struggles with Robbie's constant displays of affection after an on-stage kiss.
Tori struggles to find the perfect birthday gift for Trina. Meanwhile, Robbie is asked by his grandmother to teach her about computers, and Cat decides to tag along.
Jade has second thoughts about breaking up with Beck, so she asks Tori to help her win Beck back. Also, Robbie warns Trina that she is going to get a bad review for her one-woman show.
Tori encounters some bad luck when she gets a bad makeup job, which leaves her looking like a zombie. Things go from bad to worse when Tori has to give her first lead performance looking like a zombie on opening night.
Robbie’s video news blog is stale and unpopular, so he tries to make it more interesting by uploading videos of his classmates’ lives. Meanwhile, Cat gets addicted to online-shopping.
Tori and the gang decide to go to Venice Beach to cool off during a heat wave. Beck volunteers to take everyone in his Airstream RV.
Tori and Trina are on a plane ride which is delayed, so Tori works on a script assignment through a video chat with the help of Beck, Andre, and Cat.
Tori accidentally gets Beck fired from his role in a film while Robbie starts to have nightmares about his best friend.
Tori can't figure out why Jade, Beck, André, Cat, and Robbie won't let her join the Hollywood Arts ping-pong team.
Cat's new boyfriend happens to be Tori's old boyfriend, and she struggles to restrain her jealousy. Meanwhile Trina gets all her friends into using some illegally imported fish to get smoother feet.
Jade and Cat participate in a karaoke singing competition. Meanwhile, Tori is stuck at home taking care of Trina, who is in massive pain due to her wisdom teeth being removed.
A giant turbo fan for the school stage ends up putting Rex's "life" at risk.
Tori and her friends are booked to perform at a little kid's birthday party. Also André gets the chance of a lifetime when he meets a record producer that might sign him to a record label. But his chances of getting signed are in jeopardy when a video of him and the others performing at the birthday party is leaked on the internet.
Jade writes her own play called "Well Wishes" and wants to perform it at the school, but the school won't let her because they said its too wierd. So Tori decides to help Jade put on the play herself.
Tori, Andre, Beck and Jade are chosen to be the stars of a reality show being filmed at Hollywood Arts called "The Wood". But, the show makes some of the stars look bad. Meanwhile, Robbie and Trina are forced to work at the Glub Truck after hurting the owner.
Tori and her friends are excited to work on a film directed by popular director Dale Squires, who unfortunately makes the kids do all the work, while he takes the credit. Beck helps Robbie fix an old car that his uncle gave him, after it breaks down in a bad neighborhood.
Improv teacher Erwin Sikowitz hosts a sleepover party at his residence so that the kids can learn about method acting.
Tori begins to fall for a handsome classmate named Ryder Daniels who is only using her to get a good grade. Robbie tries to find out why he has trouble with girls. Cat keeps on getting emergency calls on her new cellphone.
Tori auditions for a movie but is cast as a stunt double who must do a very dangerous stunt. Meanwhile, Cat keeps dressing up in random costumes she made including an impersonation of Sikowitz.
The group attempts to get a private Ke$ha concert by finding all the letters to KESHA under ice cream cartons. And they go through a lot of trouble to get that concert.
Tori offers to donate blood after Robbie is rushed to the hospital, despite the fact that the school play is only a few hours away. Meanwhile, Cat, Beck, Andre, and Jade go to Karaoke Dokie to reclaim their title.
Tori finds out there has never been a prom at Hollywood Arts, and decides she wants to organise one. Sadly the chosen date conflicts with the day Jade was going to do a performance, and Jade does everything she can to try and sabotage Tori's prom.
Trina and her friends take a vacation in a country that turns out to be a ruthless dictatorship, that arrests them on trumped-up charges.
Everyone must audition to get back into Hollywood Arts after the school gets a new principal.
Tori directs a play with Trina as the star. But when a mishap occurs on opening night, serious doubts are raised over whether or not it was truly an accident.
It is Sikowitz's 10 year anniversary teaching at Hollywood Arts, and Tori and the gang celebrate by taking him to a play. But things go awry when Sikowitz becomes depressed after watching the play and Tori feels guilty and tries to fix it. Meanwhile, Trina tries to impress a boy she likes by pretending to be a pizza delivery girl, and Beck and Jade are text-fighting.
Andre develops a crush on Jade after they work together on a song and Tori tries to help him get over it. Also, Robbie tries to help Tori prepare for the Tech Theatre exam she must take and pass in order to take an R&B singing class, and Cat becomes obsessed with Jupiter boots.
Sikowitz gets Tori and the gang to build a float for a parade that his new girlfriend is planning. After finishing the float, the group is stranded in a dangerous part of town when the float gets a flat tire on the way to the parade.
It is Christmas time at Hollywood Arts and Sikowitz assigns the gang as Secret Santas to one another in order to get them into the Christmas Spirit. The person who give the worst gift will be forced to go "Christmas Yodeling" with Sikowitz on Christmas Eve.
This episode features interviews, bloopers, and outtakes of all the cast ever since the series began. The show is hosted and narrated by Christopher Cane, a ventriloquist dummy, who introduces himself as the actor who portrays Rex.
After a lunch mishap, Tori, Andre, Robbie, Beck, Jade, and Cat are forced to spend Saturday in detention. This episode is a homage to the 1985 movie “The Breakfast Club.”
After being told to take more risks, Tori goes to a dangerous underground club called the Gorilla Club which includes doing potentially life-threatening activities. Meanwhile, Andre and Robbie are forced to dance like "M.C. Hammer" in front of Jade after losing to her in poker.
Jade and Beck make discoveries about their relationship while helping Sinjin with his game show. Meanwhile, Tori awaits the release of a new phone.
Tori notices some changes in her friend Andre, whose girlfriend seems to be overbearing and controlling. Meanwhile, Jade and Cat try to earn easy money dog-sitting in Beverly Hills.
When Cat learns that actresses Mona Patterson has died, she convinces Tori and Jade to drive her to Mona's house. Trina uses lies of Beck asking her out to gain the attention of many guys.
Tori and Jade portray a married couple, a task that challenges their acting skills and lack of friendship.
When April Fool's Day comes to Hollywood Arts, Tori spends her day expecting creative pranks and practical jokes, but is completely oblivious to a series of absurd events and crazy happenings around her.
Tori's commute becomes extra hectic thanks to interference from a movie shoot. Elsewhere, Cat gets obsessed with e-mail coupons.
Tall tales are told about Trina and how she gained admission to Hollywood Arts.
Tori wins a contest to sing the opening number at the Platinum Music Awards! But she has to dress crazy and act mean and not tell anyone about it.
Tori befriends a new classmate who keeps vanishing when others are around. As a result, Tori's old pals begin to doubt her sanity.
While working on a student film directed by Beck called “The Blonde Squad,” Tori decides that she, Cat, and Jade should live as blondes in real life, at least for a day.
The gang wants to attend a big sale at Wanko's Warehouse, so they try to stay in the store overnight to beat the morning crowd.
Robbie posts a video online spotlighting his rhythmic talent of hamboning, but Gerald, who claims to be the real hambone king, challenges Robbie to see who is better. Cat practices nonstop for her tap-dancing class.
Tori and Beck go on a date where they do things not typically done on dates.
Tori, Cat, and Jade try to win the affections of Beck's friend, Moose.
Sikowitz challenges the kids to go a week without using their phones, laptops, or other portable electronic devices. The kids quickly realize it’s not going to be as easy as they thought.
Beck wants to ask a girl out but is worried about Jade’s reaction, so Tori and Andre attempt to get Jade a date to even the playing field. Robbie works to remove a butterfly stuck in Cat’s ear.
Andre gets Tori a job at a frozen yogurt stand. Cat is jealous when Robbie asks someone else to the luau.
A spoiled child sets his sights on owning Rex. Elsewhere, a masked individual is throwing flour at school.
Andre is tired of living with his crazy grandma and decides to bunk with Tori. Jade tries to get a satellite picture retaken because she looks like she is picking her nose.
When Tori is selected to be the team captain for a new game show, she must choose three of her friends to compete with her.
Tori and the gang are caught up in a competition to see who can get the most followers on The Slap.
Tori worries she will forget the lyrics when she is invited to sing the national anthem at a televised basketball game.