ICarly Season 4 (Main-2)
Genre Children, TeeNick, Comedy
Created by Dan Schneider
Starring Miranda Cosgrove
Jennette McCurdy
Nathan Kress
Jerry Trainor
Country of origin Flag usa logo USA
No. of episodes List of iCarly episodes
Season 1: 25
Season 2: 25
Season 3: 20
Season 4: 24
Season 5: 13
Running time 23 min.
Original channel The N, Nickelodeon
Original run 08 September 2007 – Present
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ICarly Wikia Page

ICarly Wikia Page

iCarly is an American sitcom television series, which premiered on September 8, 2007 and quickly became an international phenomenon. iCarly airs on Nickelodeon and The N. It first arrived on YTV a month later on 8 October 2007. The show first aired on Nickelodeon UK during Easter 2008 and Nickelodeon Australia in May 2008.

The series stars Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress and Jerry Trainor. The series is created and executive produced by Dan Schneider. The series focuses on a girl named Carly (Cosgrove) who creates her own web show called iCarly with her best friends Sam (McCurdy) and Freddie (Kress). It has won two Kid's Choice Awards, for best Nickelodeon comedy and best show on Nickelodeon altogether.

Air Time

The Airing of "iCarly" are here:
Past Episode

Previous Date Episode# (PC#) Series Name Time Air? On Channel
"iGoodBye" (Finale Episode)
Countdown to iGoodBye
November 23 2012 108-109 (514-515) iCarly Past Nickelodeon

All New Episode
(No More New Episodes since the series had ended)

Next Episode Next Date
Next Week Date
Episode# (PC#) Series Name Time Air? On Channel
"No More New "iCarly" Episode"
Please Click Here
go to "Sam & cat" Page
N/A (No New Date) 000 iCarly N/A (No New Time) Nickelodeon

"Repeat Only"

Want to see it again?
Repeat Episode

Next Date Episode# (PC#) Series Name Time Air? On Channel
"Repeated Show Only" Check your
Tv Listing
for Repeat Date
"101 to 515" iCarly Check your
Tv Listing
for Time at: Repeat "iCarly" Episodes

"Holiday Only"

Next Date Episode# (PC#) Series Name Time Air? First Air On On Channel
(A Holiday Repeat)

For Tv Listing
Click Here"
December ?? 2013 34 (209) iCarly No Repeat Air December 13 2008 Nickelodeon

More Past & New Episodes List Here:
Past & New Episodes

Main Characters

Main article: List of iCarly characters.

Carly Shay

Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) is a 13 year old girl (14 in Season 2) who is the star and host of her own popular web show and , iCarly, which she produces with her two best friends, Sam and Freddie. Sam acts as her co-star, while Freddie is the producer and technical director. Sam is nearly always torturing Freddie and Carly often has to break up fights between them, although sometimes, Carly is Sam's opponent in certain fights, and in those cases, Freddie becomes the mediator. She lives with her 26-year old brother Spencer in the Bushwell Plaza, a fictional apartment building in Seattle. Her father is in the Navy and stationed on a submarine (it is said in the first episode that he is currently in Europe), and it's unclear what happened to her mother. Carly is known as a local celebrity which sometimes helps her get out of sticky situations, but remains an average teenage girl who never lets fame get to her head. Carly is quite intelligent and hates to lie about anything or anyone, implied in the episode iPromise Not to Tell, where she was overcome by guilt when forced to keep Sam's troublemaking a secret. Carly has very high grades in school and was even offered a scholarship to Briarwood Academy, an elite private school.

Sam Puckett

Samantha "Sam" Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) is Carly's best friend and co-host of iCarly. While she's also friends with Freddie, their relationship is strained at best, since Sam enjoys torturing Freddie, although they shared their first kiss together implying that they will soon start to have feelings for each other. Sam tends to be the opposite of her best friend; while Carly is the level-headed one, Sam is argumentative, hot-tempered, sarcastic, stubborn, intimidating, and has poor impulse control. Sam is almost always at Carly's apartment to get away from her family; it's implied that she has a dysfunctional home life and an unreliable mother, who apparently never wakes up before 12:00, and is supported more by Sam than vice versa. It is said to be that a majority of Sam's family is either on parole or in jail. Sam is a bit of a bully, her main targets being Freddie, classmate Gibby, and anyone else who crosses her, and will also insult any girl who is attracted to Freddie. Sam is also a troublemaker and extremely lazy, and as a result she often gets in trouble with Principal Franklin and other authority figures. She has a twin sister named Melanie (also portrayed by Jennette McCurdy) who is her polar opposite.

Freddie Benson

Freddie (Nathan Kress) is the technical producer of iCarly and Carly's neighbor who lives across the hall, where he stays with his obsessively protective mother. He once had a huge crush on Carly, though Carly has made it clear that she is not interested; later on, it is hinted that he may have gotten over her. In turn, many other girls have had a crush on him from time to time. While he and Sam are actually best friends, he bears the brunt of her abuse and they have a somewhat unreliable relationship. Yet Freddie and Sam shared their first kiss together after Sam apologizes to him, implying that they will soon end up together in the show. Freddie has had two dates so far: Valerie, an iCarly fan with ulterior motives, in the episode iWill Date Freddie, and Shannon, a girl who had a huge crush on him (possibly even bigger than his crush on Carly), whom he went on a triple date along with Carly, Sam, Gibby, and Reuben, a kid who went to iCarly's group's school and had a crush on Sam, also spoke in a made-up language only Gibby understands. Freddie is also particularly close to Carly's brother Spencer, whom he tends to rely on as an older male figure.

Spencer Shay

Spencer (Jerry Trainor) is Carly's 26-year-old brother and legal guardian. He is an artist by profession and is an impressive sculptor. He is goofy, weird, and sometimes immature (which sometimes embarrasses Carly), but he has also proven to others that he is a responsible guardian to Carly in the episode iWanna Stay With Spencer. Spencer went to law school for three days, and his marginal law knowledge has occasionally proven useful to Carly and her friends, such as in the episode iPromote Techfoots, when Carly and the gang use Spencer as their lawyer to get out of a contract with Daka Shoes. As a running gag, whenever Spencer builds or fixes something, it tends to burst into flames spontaneously.


Gibby (Noah Munck) is an odd friend of Carly, Sam and Freddie.
(Note: Noah Munck made his full appearing in Season 4 & 5)

Recurring characters

  • Marissa Benson (Mary Scheer) is Freddie's overbearing and overprotective mother (often referred to by Sam as Freddie's "freakish mother").
  • Lewbert (Jeremy Rowley) is the doorman for the building in which Carly, Spencer, and Freddie live, characterized by his annoying, protective behavior and a large wart on his face. He is often being pranked by the kids on iCarly.
  • Nevel Papperman (Reed Alexander) is a critic who runs the website, a site that reviews other websites, including He is Carly's nemesis and has constantly tried to sabotage iCarly in exchange for a kiss from Carly.
  • T-Bo (BooG!e) is the manager at the Groovy Smoothie. He often annoys customers into buying random foods (i.e. bell peppers, bagels, tacos), which are always impaled on a stick. Starting in "iCarly (season 5) iQ", he began renting a room from Freddie's mother.
  • Guppy (Ethan Munck) is Gibby's younger brother and often tags along with Gibby.
  • Chuck Chambers (Ryan Ochoa) is a child in the Shays' apartment building who constantly torments Spencer.
  • Principal Franklin (Tim Russ) is the school principal at Ridgeway Secondary School, the school where Carly, Sam, and Freddie attend. He is very fair and is a big fan of iCarly.
  • Ms. Francine Briggs (Mindy Sterling) is a very strict English teacher at Ridgeway Secondary School who shows an obvious dislike for children.
  • Mr. Howard (David St. James) is a strict and unenthusiastic teacher who hates almost everything including his wife.


Main article: List of iCarly episodes.
iCarly Episode Lists
Season Episodes Production Codes Season Premiere Season Finale
iCarly (Season 1) 25 101-125 8 September 2007 25 July 2008
iCarly (Season 2) 25 201-225 27 September 2008 8 August 2009
iCarly (Season 3) 20 301-320 12 September 2009 26 June 2010
iCarly (Season 4) 26 401-424 30 July 2010 January 21 2012
iCarly (Season 5) 15 501-515 March 24 2012 November ?? 2012
Untitled iCarly Project (Season ??) XX XXX Unknown N/A

→ Main article: List of "Sam & Cat" Episodes

Sam & Cat Episode Lists
Season Episodes Production Codes Season Premiere Season Finale
"Sam & Cat" (Season 1) ?? 101-??? 2013 Presents

More At Sam & Cat

Multi-part episodes

Title Air date Re-Air Date
(Long Verison Only)
"iGo to Japan" (3-part episode) November 8, 2008 N/A
"iDate a Bad Boy" (2-part episode) May 9, 2009 N/A
"iFight Shelby Marx" (2-part episode) August 8, 2009 N/A
"iQuit iCarly" (2-part episode) December 5, 2009 N/A
"iPsycho" (2-part episode) June 4, 2010 N/A
"iStart a Fan War" (2-part episode) November 19, 2010 N/A
"iParty with Victorious" (3-part episode) June 11, 2011 August 27, 2011
(4-part episode-2 Hours Long)

iParty with Victorious

Season 4
Episodes 81-83
Air on June 11'2011
First Air at 8:00-9:32PM
Repeat Air at 9:32-11:02PM
Full Verison Air at 8:00-10:00PM on August 27'2011.
WOW, That two time the airing on the same day.
Now that a party...
Croos-Over Event..ICarly-VS-Victorious Main..ICarlyVictorious..IParty with Victorious


Book Summary Episodes
1. iHave a Web Show! Carly becomes an Internet star when footage of her hosting a school talent show is posted to the Web, resulting in a weekly variety-show Webcast made by her and her friends; Plans to attract more viewers go wrong when Sam and Carly pit their ideas against those of Spencer and Freddie. 1.iPilot 2.iWant More Viewers
2. iWanna Stay! The focus of Carly's next Webcast is what mean teachers do outside of the classroom. So Carly and Freddie trail the grumpy Miss Briggs, but end up stuck inside her home; Carly's grandfather makes a surprise visit and is none too thrilled by Spencer's unusual behavior, so he questions his ability to be in charge. Carly must convince him that her brother is up to the task of being her guardian. 8. iSpy a Mean Teacher 5. iWanna Stay With Spencer
3. iHave a Record! Carly tries to break the record for the longest Webcast and must keep the show going for more than 24 hours. Meanwhile, Spencer builds a giant sculpture downstairs; Carly risks receiving a bad review when she insults the annoying 11-year-old who runs a popular site that rates Webcasts. 10. iWant a World Record 6. iNevel


Main article: List of iCarly DVD's.

CD/DVD Releases

List of iCarly DVD's Columbia Records and Nickelodeon Records has released a soundtrack for the show entitled iCarly: Music From and Inspiered by Hit Show. It includes the theme song, four original songs by the iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove, several tracks by guest artists, and cast dialogue.

Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon will release iCarly: Season 1, Volume 1 Box Set for DVD on September 23, 2008. [1]

Miranda Cosgrove returns in Season 1, Volume 2, the second DVD release of the hit Nickelodeon series. It is expected to be release March 17th to be another 2-disc set with 13 episodes, running approximately 300 minutes. Video will be full screen, and audio in English Stereo.[2]

After the release of the whole first season, Nickelodeon started with release season 2. Another 2-disc set with 13 episodes, running approx. 30 minutes.

List of iCarly DVD's
DVD Release
ICarly - Season 1, Volume 1 ICarly - Season 1, Volume 2 ICarly - Season 2, Volume 1 ICarly - Season 2, Volume 2
Season 1, Vol 1
12 Episode of the
1st half
Season 1, Vol 2
13 Episode of the
2nd half
Season 2, Vol 1
14 Episode of the
1st half
Season 2, Vol 2
12 Episode of the
2nd half
Season 2, Vol 3 ICarly Season 3 (Completed DVD) ICarly Season 4, Vol 2
Coming June 2012
Coming Late 2012
Season 3 Completed
20 Episodes
(Not Season 2, Vol 3)
Season 4, Vol 1
13 Episodes of the 1st half (Not Season 3 Completed)
Season 4, Vol 2
11 Episodes of the 2nd half (Not Season 4 Completed)
Season 5 Completed
13 Episodes


The website contains many promotional videos by the cast (as their respective characters), as well as content created and sent in by viewers. Other things on the site include a characters' blog, pictures from the set, songs, and comments from viewers. Many fictional websites from this show and other TEENick shows redirect to this page.

Webbiest Wednesday

On October 1, 2008, Nickelodeon began airing a weekday block called, "iCarly Webbiest Wednesday" at 5/4c. It mainly shows is an encore of the previous new episode, and features scenes of the forthcoming episode, as well as previews from the numerous video clips found in the official iCarly website.

Music Video

For iCarly Music Video, Please look at at
iCarly Music Video


"Picture From Everywhere"

From DanWarp

Pic From Victorious Set taking by Dan Schneider (aka DanWarp)

Schneider's Bakery
Danwarp Pic.
Freddie & Sam

Freddie Benson & Sam Puckett
in the Elvator on "iDate Freddie & Sam"
Season 4, Episode 15 (PC# 415)
"More Coming Soon" "More Coming Soon"
ICarly Slider1-4

Video Segments on the website

The website based on the show has repeated video segments. Some of them start with "i" to match the show's title.

Random Debates- This segment features two of the four main characters (always sitting on or in something strange like a bathtub or swings). The two characters debate about two things that have nothing to do with each other such as spoons and rollar coasters or milk and hammers.

Hey! What Am I Sitting On?- In this segment a character is blindfolded and must sit on an object in the "Chair of Wonder" (a chair shaped like a giant hand) and they have twenty seconds to guess what they are sitting on. Sam always seems to guess it right before 20 seconds is up.

iHave a Question- In this segment Sam, Freddie, and Spencer try to answer questions sent in by viewers, but never do. Sometimes the viewers shown with a strange appearance are actually actors, rather than non-actors.

iCrush It- In this segment Spencer crushes items with a sledgehammer

Wake up Spencer- In this segment Freddie and Sam wake up Spencer at a very early time in the morning and ask him random stuff or tell him random stuff, such as "Spencer, you left the milk in the fridge!" or "Spencer, what's 1+1?" Because Spencer is half asleep, he is very confused and also says random things.

"Who's that Wierdo in my Neighborhood"- Shows weirdos by Freddie's hidden cameras near Carly's neighborhood

"Hey Hey Hey Hey! What am I Licking?"- Like Hey! What Am I Sitting On the character in blind folded and is asked to lick an object.which is an tennis racket


Live Specials

  • iCarly: Live From Hollywood

The iCarly cast was live from Pauley Pavilion in Hollywood, where the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards is held. The cast aired from 9/8c - 11/10c. Carly, Sam, Freddie, and Spencer were at the Kids' Choice Awards because Spencer was hired to make a Kids' Choice Awards Blimp out of wieners. Although Spencer was working hard on his sculpture, he happened to peek around the show, like the gift bags for the celebrities, going into Jack Black's Dressing Room, and stealing some cocktail wienies from the snack table. In the end, his sculpture was destroyed when the snack lady attacked him.

Awards and nominations

"Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards":

  • 2008 Kids' Choice Awards: Favorite TV Show (Nominated)
  • 2009 Kids' Choice Awards: Favorite TV Show (Won)

Season Intro Video

iCarly Season Intro
Video of the "ICarly" Season
ICarly Season 1 (1xx)

ICarly Season 1 (1xx).avi

iCarly Season 1 Intro for
Episode 1-"iPilot" to 25-"iHave a Lovesick Teacher"
(Production Codes#: 101 to 125)
ICarly Season 2 (2xx)

ICarly Season 2 (2xx).avi

iCarly Season 2 Intro for
Episode 1-"iSaw Him First" to 25-"iFight Shelby Marx"
(Production code#: 201 to 225)

iCarly Season 3 Intro for
Episode 1-"iThink They Kissed" to 20-"iBeat the Heat"
(Production Codes#: 301 to 320)
ICarly Season 4.1 (4xx)

ICarly Season 4.1 (4xx).avi

iCarly Season 4 Intro Verison 1A for
Episode 1-"iGot a Hot Room" to 10-"iOMG"
(Production code#: 401 to 410)
ICarly Season 4.2-iParty with Victorious (4xx)

ICarly Season 4.2-iParty with Victorious (4xx).avi

iCarly Season 4 Intro Verison 2A for
""iParty with Victorious"" Episode 11 to 13
(Production Codes#: 411 to 413)

iCarly Season 4 Intro Verison 3A for
Episode 14-"iLost My Mind" to 24-"iToe Fat Cakes"
(Production code#: 414 to 126)

iCarly Season 5 Intro for
"iApril Fool" Episode 1
(Production Codes#: 501)

iCarly Season 5 Intro for
Episode 2-"iGo One Direction" to 13-"TBA"
(Production code#: 502 to 513)

(This Video Are "Copy Right" By The Company Of "Viacom" & it not to be deleted without notice)


iCarly has premiered worldwide as well in the following countries:

iCarly (Worldwide)
Region Network Series premiere
United States Nickelodeon 8 September 2007
United Kingdom Nickelodeon UK Easter 2008
Germany Nickelodeon Germany 23 February 2008
Brazil Nickelodeon Brazil 17 April 2008
Philippines Nickelodeon South East Asia 31 May 2008
Latin America Nickelodeon Latin America 16 April 2008
The Netherlands Nickelodeon (Netherlands) 17 May 2008
United Arab Emirates E-Junior June 2008
Canada YTV 8 October 2007
Israel Nickelodeon Israel 15 May 2007
Turkey Nickelodeon Turkey 10 April 2009
Italy Rai-Due November 10, 2009

News Exclusive

"iCarly Is Coming to an End, Cast to Film Together for Final Time in June"

After five seasons, Nickelodeon's hit series iCarly will be coming to an end, has learned exclusively. In June, the cast will come together for the last time to film a special iCarly television event that will air in November.
"Everyone at iCarly has been like family to me for five years," creator and executive producer Dan Schneider told "When we film our very last scene, there will be a lot of crying, I know. But I also know that in television, you don't want to over-stay your welcome. I want to go out the way we are — on a creative high-note."
Debuting in 2007, the half-hour comedy catapulted the careers of stars Miranda Cosgrove and Jennette McCurdy, who play two best friends with a popular webcast. Along with their other best friend Gibby (Noah Munck), producer Freddie (Nathan Kress) and Carly's older brother (Jerry Trainor), the fivesome became famous for their hijinks and "random dancing."
"iCarly has been a definitional show for Nick with kid empowerment at its core and irreverent, smart humor that families around the world enjoy," Marjorie Cohn, Nickelodeon's president of development and original programming said. "With its classic sitcom format and beloved characters, iCarly will always have a home on Nickelodeon."
The show has featured many high-profile guest-stars over the years, including First Lady Michelle Obama, Jack Black, Jane Lynch, and the bands One Direction, Plain White T's and Good Charlotte. The cast is currently filming an episode with Jimmy Fallon, who will play himself. In the upcoming episode titled "iLove Jimmy Fallon," Carly and the gang dedicate a web show to the late-night host with spoofs of his popular skits. Impressed by their parodies, Fallon invites the group to New York to perform in a special live edition of Late Night. And in true iCarly fashion, Gibby suffers a major wardrobe malfunction which means big trouble for the web show's future.
Although the show is coming to an end, many of the cast members will stay in the Nickelodeon family. The network has green-lit a new live-action series from Schneider starring McCurdy and a new pilot starring Munck as part of an overall talent deal with the 16-year-old. The network has also green-lit a pilot from producers Jay Kogen and Aaron Kaplan called Wendell & Vinnie, which stars Trainor as a goofball uncle who becomes the guardian to his conservative 12-year-old genius nephew. As for Cosgrove, she plans to attend USC in the fall.
"I hope iCarly's legacy will be that it's a truly funny TV show that made people of all ages laugh, smile, and feel good," Schneider adds. "To the iCarly fans, I'd say, 'Thank you' a million times, for the love, support and true passion they've shown for iCarly. It's the fans that made iCarly a huge hit, and invited us into their homes on a daily basis, to entertain them. How do you say thank you to millions and millions of people all around the world, for bringing you into their homes every single day? It's amazing. I'd love to take each and every iCarly fan out to dinner and give them a big ol' bear hug!"

After the season concludes in November, iCarly will continue to air on Nickelodeon.

Will you miss iCarly?

The poll was created at 03:17 on July 20, 2012, and so far 16 people voted.
Do you want Dan Schneider to make anther Season "Season 6"?

The poll was created at 03:19 on July 20, 2012, and so far 15 people voted.

After Series End Picture

Jennette McCurdy, Miranda Cosgrove, Noah Munck, Nathan KressJennette McCurdy & Nathan KressJennette McCurdy and Nathan KressJennette McCurdy and Nathan Kress

Spin Off

Sam & Cat- Sam & Cat is a potential spin-off of iCarly and Victorious. Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande will reprise their roles as Sam Puckett and Cat Valentine. In the premise of the show, Sam and Cat buddy up as roommates and start a babysitting business to fund for their adventures after her best friend Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) lift for College after the last ICarly web cast ended.

GIBBY- Gibby is another potential iCarly spin-off like Sam & Cat. Noah Munck will reprise his role as Gibby Gibson. In the premise of the show, Gibby gets a gig at a recreational center where he winds up as a mentor to four offbeat middle-school students.
(Note: This Tv Series was heard but never been made)

See also


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