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iPity The Nevel is the ninth episode of Season Four, and 79th overall.

Plot

A video of Nevel yelling at a little girl surfaces on the internet and everyone turns against him. At first, the iCarly gang relish in Nevel's social demise but they begin to feel badly for him after he comes to them for help. The gang tries to restore Nevel's reputation by encouraging him to apologize to the little girl for his bad behavior. Meanwhile, Freddie deals with a sudden wave of popularity from female fans after he stars as a hunky vampire in an online iCarly short film "Moonlight Twi-Blood." Did he sink his teeth into more than he can chew?

Trivia

  • The episode will parody Twilight as the main iCarly skit, with Freddie Benson being the vampire, Edward, and Gibby Gibson being the werewolf, Jacob. In the parodied skit, Carly will be playing "idiot farm girl" as seen in the picture, along with Sam as the "cowboy whose
    Spencer-Butter
    mustache looked like a squirrel." [2]
  • Reed Alexander, who plays Nevel, will guest star in this episode. Dan Schneider tweeted that, "This *may be Nevel's last apperance on iCarly."
  • In the opening credits for Season 4, it shows a scene where Sam is dancing around with a baseball bat in front of a cardboard Nevel and a Nevel bobblehead. It also shows Gibby dancing in front of a big poster of Nevel with dart holes all over his face and head. These may be scenes from this episode. Another scene shows Sam cheering as Nevel is walking in the background with equipment.
  • Dan Schneider, Miranda Cosgrove, Reed Alexander, and Nathan Kress have noted that this was possibly the funniest table read for an episode ever. [3]
  • The title is a possible reference to the famous quote by Mr T; " I pity The Fool!"
  • According to Dan Schneider, after they wrapped up the vampire scene, he had gone home, but at around 3:00 AM, Miranda, Jennete, Nathan, and Ariana Grande (from Victorious) showed up at his house and filled the trees with toilet paper.
  • The bench Nevel sits on says "Schneider's Pickles." This is a reference to writer and creator Dan Schneider. Apparently, Schneider hadn't been aware of the joke until he saw it.

Gallery

View the gallery for this episode here!!!

Promos


External links

Danwarp's Fun Facts about iPity The Nevel

Fanlala's iPity Nevel Photos & Sneak Peeks

References


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