It’s the battle of teen sensations when reigning online queen Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) squares off against teen fighting champion Shelby Marx (Victoria Justice) in the iFight Shelby Marx, available to own on DVD on March 30, 2010. Join Sam, Spencer and Freddie as they help Carly prepare for the biggest fight of her life. The DVD also includes the iDate A Bad Boy special, exclusive features and more!
iCarly On iTV
Since 2007 iCarly has been a popular series for Nickelodeon that revolves around Carly Shay (played by Miranda Cosgrove) and her best friend Samantha Puckett (played by Jennette McCurdy) who are the hosts of their popular web show iCarly, which is edited and directed by Freddie Benson (played by Nathan Kress). Most of the scenes are shot at the home of Carly, who lives with her older brother and legal guardian, Spencer (played by Jerry Trainor).
iCarly On iDVD
Now, iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx is planned for release on March 30, 2010. This latest DVD includes two iCarly movies from the second season and two episodes from the third, including:
Episode 45: iFight Shelby Marx: In this TV movie, Carly was talking a little trash on her web show about the martial-arts champ Shelby Marx. When Shelby comes to visit her, Carly is afraid that she is going to get beaten up but finds out that Shelby wants to join forces with Carly in a one round match for charity and that she will not hurt her at all. But during the press conference, Carly accidentally falls on Shelby’s grandmother offstage and Nevel Papperman takes advantage of the situation and now Shelby wants to hurt her in the ring.
Episode 40: iDate A Bad Boy: In this TV movie, Carly starts dating a bad boy named Griffin who tried to steal Spencer’s motorcycle. Spencer prohibits Carly from dating him but she tries to sneak behind his back. Meanwhile, Carly learns a major secret about her Griffin.
Episode 36: iLook Alike: Carly, Sam and Freddie want to interview MMA fighter Jackson Colt but Freddie’s mom forbids him to go to an MMA fight and also Spencer forbids Carly from going as well. So, the three come up with an idea to find lookalikes to stand for them while they do the interview.
Episode 49: iCarly Awards: Carly, Sam and Freddie present the first iCarly Awards for fans who have sent in videos but on the day of the award show, Spencer mistakens Carly’s request to create ten awards by creating one huge award. Now, Spencer must find a way to create them in a short amount of time, while Carly and Sam improvise the award show until each award is finished.
iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx comes with the following special features:
Meet Lewbert: A featurette with Jeremy Rowley who plays the character of Lewbert the Doorman. Jeremy talks about his character and the makeup.
Message Board: Nathan Kress, Jerry Trainor and Jennette McCurdy answer a few fan questions from the icarly.com message board.
Pilot Episode: Big Time Rush: The full pilot episode to Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush, a series about four guys who become a popular boy band who move to Hollywood.
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