A very special episode of iCarly (and the last), featuring Mr. X.
It’s been two years and both Sam and Freddie have changed… a lot.
Freddie’s angry with the group’s reaction or lack thereof to his ordeal at the Halfoween party – and isn’t afraid to show it. Alternative ending/continuation to iHalfoween.
Freddie’s obsession over Carly is reflected in his daytime fantasies.
What happens when Freddie gets accepted into college in LA while the girls are staying in Seattle? Some friendships fall and some friends become reacquainted.
When Sam first met Freddie, halfway through their summer break and on their way to the seventh grade, he annoyed her. So she taught him to never mess with her again. Unsuccessfully. She just didn't get it. How was he still smiling, the next day, talking to Carly, glaring at his newest bully, as if daring her to try that again?
Just what is going on behind the Red Picket Fence…
Carly couldn’t realize how one stray comment and misjudgment of Freddie would change both their lives. Now he strives for a better life while she fights for their friendship and maybe his love again.
For Freddie’s birthday, his fiancee arranges a special present…
A chance encounter leads to an exciting opportunity as an old friend could become something more, but not everybody is happy about the development.
A ‘What if?’ inserted explicit scene between chapter 6 and chapter 7 of PD31’s ShelbyVision between Freddie Benson (played by Nathan Kress) and Shelby Marx (played by the lovely Victoria Justice).
Now respectively a designer/photographer and a model/actress, Freddie and Tasha reunite after she returns to L.A., and it opens the door for something big, both professionally and personally.
In the aftermath of Kenan’s party, Tori finds herself needing a shoulder to cry on.
“We loved… we loved with everything we had, that I think few people could truly appreciate and understand. We lost and… we’ve hurt. That’s what happens: we get messed up for a while, but so what?” Freddie/Jade. Post-iOMG & Prome Wrecker.