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The I Love iCarly Collection Review

The I Love iCarly Collection Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 06, 2011
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Your fave iCarly episodes (over 15 in total!) packed into a three-disc collection from Nickelodeon! Check out the I Love iCarly Collection right here on Kidzworld!

Disc 1: iFight Shelby Marx

iFight Shelby MarxCourtesy of Nickelodeon
  • iFight Shelby Marx: Will Carly get beat up when martial-arts champ Shelby Marx comes to visit?
  • iDate a Bad Boy: Carly starts dating Griffin, who tried to steal Spencer’s motorcycle.
  • iLook Alike: Carly, Sam and Freddie get lookalikes to stand in for them while they do an interview.
  • iCarly Awards: Carly, Sam and Freddie present awards to their most unusual fans.

Special features: Behind-the-scenes extras and a bonus episode of Big Time Rush!

Disc 2: iSaved Your Life

iSaved Your LifeCourtesy of Nickelodeon
  • iSaved Your Life: Freddie saves Carly’s life and risks his own in the process.
  • iQuit iCarly: The iCarly gang meets Fleck and Dave, the two kids who run the "Fleck and Dave Show."
  • iThink They Kissed: Carly discovers that Sam and Freddie shared a secret kiss.
  • iTwins: Sam’s twin sister, Melanie, visits from boarding school.
  • iMove Out: Freddie gets his own place.

Special features: Behind-the-scenes extras!

Disc 3: iSpace Out

iSpace OutCourtesy of Nickelodeon
  • iSpace Out: A billionaire asks Carly, Sam, & Freddie to put on the first live web show from outer space.
  • iWas a Pageant Girl: Sam admits to her friends that she was a former child beauty pageant contestant.
  • iEnrage Gibby: A misunderstanding causes problems between Freddie and Gibby.
  • iFix a Popstar: Carly, Sam and Freddie have to rehearse with Ginger Fox, a talentless, shrewish popstar.
  • iWon’t Cancel the Show: Freddie learns that Sam is in juvie, and will not get out in time to do iCarly.
  • iBelieve in Bigfoot: Carly tries to prove there's a Bigfoot creature after Bigfoot fever hits Seattle.

Special features: Trivia and a bonus episode of Victorious!

I Love iCarly Collection Rating:4

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

I don't watch this
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mukta124

mukta124 wrote:

i love icarly):
commented: Mon Jul 15, 2013

josiah;3 1611

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love icarly
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