iCarly

Season 3 Episode 17

iBelieve in Bigfoot

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM May 08, 2010 on Nickelodeon
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The iCarly gang and Spencer try to prove there's a Bigfoot creature, the legendary apelike figure claimed to have been seen by thousands out there, after Carly's teacher gives her an F on a paper because she wrote about Bigfoot and also after new footage of the creature is verified by an expert on iCarly.
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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • YES!!!!

    10
    Finaly after 3 bad episodes in a row,we are rewarded with another perfect episode.
  • another funny icarly.

    7.0
    another funny icarly. Carly tries to prove there's a bigfoot creature, a legendary creature claimed to have been seen by many people in the Pacific northwest, after bigfoot fevers hits Seattle. So the icarly gang goes up to Mount Baker National Forest in Soko's RV, suprised to see Dr. Sydney Van Gurbin who was on Icarly and made the book Bigfoot True or Real. Meanwhile, Spencer is trying to prove that a beavecoon a combination of a beavers head in a body of a racoon exist. I thought this episode was funny. Spencer was hillarious, but i didn't like Sam in this episode.moreless
  • Okay episode but it does lack the "finding Bigfoot" story

    6.5
    I thought that this was just an okay episode of "iCarly". It's wasn't the greatest episode but it also wasn't the worst episode either. It's good that the writers wanted to do "finding Bigfoot" story but the plot wasn't executed that well and nothing really good happened in this episode. The biggest disappointment is that we all never saw Bigfoot. The gang talking about if Bigfoot was real or not real was pretty good. Carly using the turnkey baster to suck all of the water out of Spencer's ear was very funny but a little weird also. Carly saying "Look, the squirrels are wrestling and then Freddie responding "Um Carly... they're not wrestling" was very funny. Younger viewers probably wouldn't understand that joke. It was also funny when it was the author of the Bigfoot book that was in the Bigfoot costume and then Freddie says "Well, this is a Scooby-Doo moment" was very funny. There was nothing else that made me laugh after that. The rest of the episode was just alright but kind of pointless. The ending was also pointless and not very funny. Overall, this was just an okay episode of "iCarly" it could have been much better. 6.5/10moreless
  • 317

    8.0
    A great episode of iCarly tonight, and definitely one of the funniest I've seen. From the squirrel jokes to the scientist continuing to mention his book that eventually Sam smacks out of his hand which was absolutely hilarious. This epiode proved that this show can bring laughs to everyone, not just 5 year olds which Disney Channel is having trouble with right now. The interactions between all the characters were fantastic. There really wasn't a sublot and everyone got a chance to interact with each other. The RV idea was really great, and the ending was a bit too predicable for my liking, but the episode overall was still great nonetheless. Overall, a great hilarious episode of iCarly. Don't miss this installment, because it just may become your favorite.moreless
  • Good

    7.0
    I had low hopes for this episode because of the plot sounding very crazy and out-there, but I ended up liking it. It had a lot of subtle jokes that most younger kids would not get- the "Freaky rabbi in Vegas" line, beaver and raccoon "socializing" by water or whatever, the "wrestling squirrels". I got all of them and they made me laugh. The plot was still really weird but it wasn't totally unbearable like I kind of thought it would be. My overall grade for this episode would be a low B. It was above average but not by muchmoreless

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