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Season 3 Episode 2


Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Sep 19, 2009 on Nickelodeon
out of 10
User Rating
84 votes

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Episode Summary

Carly, Sam, and Freddie out-cook a world-famous chef. Meanwhile, Spencer has a vision of the future.

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  • Once again brought downhill from a great premire.

    So dull. What a sore loser this cook is.
  • Its Called Icook

    Ok so in this episode Sam gets her Locker to Electrocute People Who ever goes near it Spencer Comes down to The School to give the news that Ricky Flame Obviously a Parody of Bobby Flay And a Parody of Throwdown Where he trys to do peoples Recipes and Make them Better He was Undefeated Until He Faced The Icarly Gang Their Spaghetti Tacos Get Judged and they Win So they go to his House to cheer him up but only to find out that he is a Sore Loser and He ends up Wrestling Little Boys Until Sam Beats him

    Theres was Some Funny Parts in it like Spencer has a Vision he Meets Nug Nug from Galaxy Wars and Hugs Him which he did

    Sam Had the Gary Coleman Grill in her Locker Which Drake and Josh Sold and Got Arrested for And The Peruvian Puff Peppers made a Return also They added it to their Spaghetti Tacos

    Its a Really Great Episodemoreless
  • Believe it or not, I actually liked this episode

    Well, this is kind of embarrassing because the one time I actually like an episode of this show, the other TV.com users don't think it's that great of an episode. Oh well, in my opinion... I really liked this episode. Yes, there was one flaw that I had with this episode. The one flaw that I had with this episode that made me score a little low was that chef (who always wins and never loses). Well, these kinds of episodes always gets predictable and it was way too predictable that the iCarly gang won that "Food Fight" cooking show. The Carly gang and that chef (I forgot his name) compete in the cooking show "Food Fight" (or something close to that) to see who can make the best spaghetti tacos was good. That chef not liking that he actually lost for one was funny. My score was a little low because he wanted to give up being a chef just because he lost to the iCarly gang... that is what you call not being a good sport and just have fun. That was only flaw I had with this episode because that chef was getting a little annoying. Spencer's subplot was funny as well when Spencer had a vision of the future after he was electricuted by Sam's locker. Spencer hugging Nugnug (from "Galaxy Wars") at the end of his plot was very funny. Sam wrestling that chef at the end of the episode which makes him lose again was funny. Overall, this was a superb episode of "iCarly" but I have to agree with other users that the chef was being a little annoying about losing to the iCarly gang and giving up cooking. 9/10moreless
  • fair

    Carly, Freddie and Sam compete against Ricky Flame, a chef, to see who can make the best spaghetti tacos. Carly and friends end up winning, which crushes Ricky and turns him into a loser. He realizes he only liked cooking because he was a winner, so now he tries to come up with a new way to be a winner.

    Spencer, meanwhile, has a vision of seeing a character from Galaxy Wars at the groovy smoothie, and goes to great lengths to make his vision a reality.

    Good episode. The main plot was kind of weird, especially the scenes of Ricky wrestling with those boys, he just seemed like a big jerk and freak, but Spencer's plot was really funny and wacky, but in a good way. Overall the sub plot saved the episode a tad, so my final grade is a C- or so.moreless
  • iCarly meets a famous TV chef, Bobby Flame.

    This episode was way too predictable. As usual, iCarly gets a visit from somebody famous and they get a good gig on the show. Carly, Sam, and Freddie get to meet so-called great chef, Bobby Flame (woo-hoo! Fake celebraties are so cool) and they compete with him in a food cook-off. Spencer's special spagetti tacos win and the great chef becomes broken down in misery over the defeat. (Oh, give me a break!) I could tell exactly what was going to happen as soon as soon as the judge voted "yes" to the spagetti tacos, and frankly, unlike in "iHeart Art" this whole crushed spirit thing was corny and stupid. Bobby Flame's erge to win was really pathetic, and uplifting his self-esteem by defeating easily-defeated young boys on the school wrestling team was ridiculous. So I'm glad Sam beat him in the end. The subplot with Spencer and that Nub-Nub guy was random, but still funny and better than the main plot. Conclusion: Nub-Nub rocks, Bobby Flame is a loser.moreless

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