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Our reviews of The i<3 iCarly Collection (published July 17th, 2011), iCarly: Season 2, Volume 3 (published June 12th, 2011), iCarly: The Complete Fourth Season (published August 5th, 2012), iCarly: iSpace Out (published September 11th, 2010), and iCarly: Season 2, Volume 1 (published September 2nd, 2009) are also available.
Leave it all to me.
One of Nickelodeon's big money-makers, iCarly tells the riveting tale of a group of friends who do crazy stuff. Typical of all Nick shows not involving anthropomorphic sponges, sure, but thisone tosses in a wrinkle: Miranda Cosgrove's Carly operates a hugely popular online TV show—although, the very thought of who might be watching creeps me out.
Five episodes on this disc, headlined by "iSaved Your Life" and loosely tied together with an emphasis on Freddie Benson, Carly's neighbor and potential love interest.
• "iSaved Your Life" (Extended Version)
• "iQuit iCarly"
• "iThink They Kissed"
• "iMove Out"
The show's a nuclear hit, and I reckon if I fell into the age bracket that comprises its target audience I wouldn't want to punch myself in the face. It's corny as all these teeny-bopper sitcoms are, but it's harmless.
The disc: full frame, 2.0 stereo, and a handful of goofy behind-the-scenes shorts with the actors.
Not Guilty. A worthy purchase for the iCarly fan in your life. And if
that fan happens to be in his mid-40s and addicted to prescription medicine,
please stop reading this review and call the authorities immediately.
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