Sam & Cat

Season 1 Episode 10


Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Sep 14, 2013 on Nickelodeon
out of 10
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Episode Summary


The girl's babysitting commercial airs on late night TV with Dice's dog in it. Soon after a family shows up to claim "Opie" and since the dog doesn't want to go with them, the girls find a doppelganger to give the uncaring family.

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  • First time, it was okay. Second, it was kinda awful...

    You're right, Biff333! The episode title is very misleading, just like Shuffleboarding from Spongebob heck even the commercial was already done at the beginning just like when Spongebob and Patrick ALREADY WON THE TOURNAMENT in that episode! Moving on, this is just another Cat's an idiot episode where they attempt to switch the dog over for the tournament for another one named a better switcharoo schtick? Watch Meet the Parents. Oh, the Toilet Wars thing wasn't just stupid, IT WAS FILLER.moreless
  • Not a good episode

    This is another poor episode of Sam & Cat. It gets a 3.5 from me. I agree with Biff333 about it. It was wasted potential and using mustard as lemonade was gross. The toilet wars show thing was just plain stupid.

    UPDATE ON FEBRUARY 1 (originally posted on last year on December 1): I'm changing my score again. I've done this for other episodes. So just like #FavoriteShow and #MommaGoomer, I'm changing this from 3.5 to 1. Hence the rating drop from 7.5 to 7.2. I don't get why all the episodes of this show have good ratings. The episodes range from mediocre to terrible. Right now YayDay is the lowest rated episode with 6.6 but previously it was rated with 7.2 and my score was 5.5. I changed it to 1.

    UPDATE ON FEBRUARY 2: Nick has an upcoming show called Breadwinners that airs in 20 days. Today I found the pilot on YouTube and showed it to my family. EVERYONE HATED IT! They all said it was the worst thing they'd seen in their lives. And that includes The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (2012), Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale (2006), and Rabbids Invasion. So I won't be surprised when Breadwinners gets a 1.9 just like Marvin Marvin here at and Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale at IMDb. My Aunt said I should rate it as low as possible just to get the score down. Unfortunately, the lowest one can rate is 1, unless you are a prolific author. I have been working on that for months (6 plus months), so I can rate stuff like Marvin Marvin, Fred: The Show, and The Oogieloves a 0.0. Breadwinners is next on my "to rate 0.0 once I can" list.

    UPDATE ON FEBRUARY 18: Breadwinners premiered yesterday. I have reviewed it. It's bad but not as bad as Sanjay and Craig.moreless
  • Cool episode!

    I thought it was pretty good.
  • There was potential!

    The title of the episode shows so much potential for a very colourful episode. But they screwed it up immediately. When you look at the title of this episode, you'd expect the episode to be about the girls putting together a babysitter commercial & the climax could be them having creative differences and or struggling to get the commercial on the air. (At least that's how I would of wrote this episode)

    But nope. Forget that. Lets skip all of that & just start the episode right before the commercial airs. Oh ya and one other thing, the episode will revolve around Dice's dog whom he's supposedly had for 6 months, yet we have never seen or heard of. Excellent concept! I mean what's next? We find out Cat has secret cat that she's been hiding from Sam for 2 months?! (Sorry Dan Schneider if I just gave away the season 2 premiere storyline)

    The storyline was very bland & not original in anyway. Example: oh we'll trick them & get an identical dog from an animal shelter... See "Meet the Parents" & The B side storyline in "Growing Pains" Season 1 episode 5 "Superdad"

    This was defiantly one of the worst episodes so far & is a prime example of why they haven't been able to break a 3.0 or higher since episode 6. (#BabysitterWar)moreless

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