This is only counted as an i Carly episode (hence the i Title), and not as a Victorious episode.
Because of Rex tweeting about it, way more people than André expected come (including an irritating guy in a panda bear costume, which Andre and Kenan try to get rid of After Carly finds a pic of Steven and Tori on The Slap.com, Sam suspects him of cheating on Carly and the i Carly team decides to go to the party at Kenan Thompson's house to find out the truth. Just before leaving for Los Angeles, Freddie realizes something and points it out to the rest of the gang: people at the party might recognize them from i Carly, and questions how they're going to look for Steven at the party. Spencer reveals that an ex-girlfriend of his works as a makeup artist for TV and movies in LA, and he convinces her to help him and the i Carly gang--Carly, Sam and Freddie are given heavy prosthetic makeup while Gibby's given a hat, sunglasses and a fake mole. is the 11th-13th episode of Season Four, and 81st-83rd overall. It is the show's second three-part movie after i Go to Japan.
It includes various guest stars from Victorious including Victoria Justice as Tori Vega, Leon Thomas III as André Harris, Matt Bennett as Robbie Shapiro, Elizabeth "Liz" Gillies as Jade West, Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine, Avan Jogia as Beck Oliver, Daniella Monet as Trina Vega and Eric Lange as Erwin Sikowitz.
Kenan Thompson stars as himself in this episode and Cameron Stewart as Steven Carson. Sam: She looks like that Shelby Marx chick you fought. Carly: [glares at Freddie] Freddie: I didn't say "doyng." Freddie: Here, let me see if I can find some more pics of this Tori girl.
The episode drew 7.316 million viewers, making it the highest rated television program for the week.
It also took the #1 spot, ranking as the number-one entertainment telecast of 2011 across all TV with kids 6-11, and tweens 9-14.
It posted huge triple-digit gains over last year’s like time period and averaged a 9.8/3.5 million K2-11 (+188%), 13.3/2.9 million K6-11 (+136%) and 13.7/2.9 million T9-14 (+234%).
The extended version drew 3.597 million views on premiere (less than half the audience of the original), but the 11 AM repeat the following Sunday exceeded that with 3.665 million viewers.