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Superintendent Gorman

Harold Gorman is the pompous superintendent of all the Seattle Public Schools. Although he played an important role, he only appeared in iHave My Principals.

Ms. Briggs and Mr. Howard often defend him so that they can keep their jobs. He has a very deep voice and very visible Adam's apple, which "amazes" Sam.

He is portrayed by Weston Blakesley.

Role

He has a major role in the show as the superintendent of the Seattle Public Schools and Principal Ted Franklin's boss, who temporarily fired him and replaced him with Ms. Briggs and her co-principal Mr. Howard. He is disliked by the iCarly cast, who formed a plan to show him that the two new co-principals aren't capable of running a high school. After Mr. Howard and Ms. Briggs were unable to stop the riot of the students in the hallway, and after his crazy terrifying ride on the mechanical bull that Spencer disposed of, he re-hired Principal Ted Franklin after he stopped the riot using a bullhorn.

Personality

As a school superintendent, he is very strict and pompous. He is also shown to be quite unreasonable, for example, firing a principal only because he appears as a guest on iCarly, and does stuff he really doesn't like or approve of, like sitting on fudge balls because he was playing a game called "What am I sitting on?" He also despises children telling him his business. Despite his strict and pompous personality, he is shown to have a much kinder side, as he rehired Ted his job after seeing how much more effective he was at ending the school riot than Briggs or Howard. He is also shown to be extremely afraid sometimes, as he is terrified of the mechanical bull after he is forced to ride it, even after the bull was unplugged.

Quotes

  • What do you want?
  • Young lady, you will speak to your principals in a respectful tone.
  • I don't need children telling me my business.
  • Ahh! Turn it off! Stop this thing!
  • Now both of you, get going while you still have your teaching jobs.
  • Well, you are. You too.
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