He was annoying, the way he always spat out facts about stupid computer shit that nobody cared about. The way he looked at Carly when he knew she didn't feel the same way. There was no way in hell that any girl would ever go out with him. Sam was forced to spend time with him because he was friends with Carly and she couldn't have been less happy about it, how he was always there, not paying attention to her, paying attention to Carly. She'd been really happy because if Freddie was filming it meant he'd have to look at her, pay attention to what she was saying. But she was gonna have to watch them because she and Carly had promised the dance contest and they couldn't let their viewers down.
Which is pretty much how the whole thing started, her making fun of him. So when Freddie had pretty much begged to be the tech producer on the web show that she and Carly had decided to do it, Sam had been happy about it. These people were horrible dancing - how could they not know they were horrible?
Sam wouldn't admit that she was happy about it, but she was. Didn't the nub know that she only teased him so much because it made him pay attention to her? And if Freddie quit the show, not only would the show not be as good, but they'd slowly stop talking to each other all together.
Like this morning, he'd approached her and started complaining about getting a B on a history test. Plus, Freddie's smile when she told him made it completely worth it. It was the first time in Sam's life that she'd had non-violent contact with another boy. All Freddie did was complain about how she treated him like a baby, and now she was giving him enough freedom to do whatever he wanted. Actually, he'd been pretty happy about the whole thing until Sam had pantsed him in the middle of the hallway.
She'd called him a nub and shook her head over what a nerd he was, worrying about getting a B. He loved his mother, no matter how annoying she was. (Well, except for the time one of her mom's boyfriends had felt her tits when her mom wasn't home. Now, here's something that Sam was completely and utterly humiliated over.
Season 2, Episode 23July 11, 2009Freddie thinks that Sam's twin sister, Melanie, is really Sam in disguise.
Thanks to the fans, i Carly became part of American pop culture. It will be available to you in lots of ways like i Tunes, video-on-demand, etc. But if you're a casual fan, you might find it boring. When you're done reading all this, please tell any of your friends who like i Carly During the first season of i Carly, I had the basic idea for the very last episode. Scene begins in the school hallway with Carly at her locker.
Like many of you who've been contacted me by email, Twitter, and Facebook, I'm really sad to see i Carly come to an end. So, I hope that, like many loved TV comedies of the past, i Carly will live on and on. And remember: Feel free to DISCUSS the episode here, in the comments below. I knew I wanted Carly and Spencer's dad, Colonel Shay, to return, for a special event. So, it was kind of surreal when we filmed that very scene, in 2012. For the record, the school's name is Ridgeway – which is the name of a high school in my home town, Memphis, Tennessee.
Despite being a pretty random, comedic show based as much on Comedic Sociopathy and not so much about being good to their fellow man, the show has managed a number of heartwarming moments between them the characters: Freddie and Sam might bicker and argue, but they share moments that prove beyond doubt that they care deeply for each other, even if they don't want to admit to it publically.
They have a strong friendship, and an undercurrent of romantic tension.