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iCarly, now with twice the jailbait.

Victorious is an American teen shitcomedy show created by Dan Schneider (the very same guy who created iCarly) for Nickelodeon. The show can be seen as the Nickelodeon version of Glee as it features a cast of talent-whores who make new age music ever more intolerable by also including pseudo teen romance that only five-year-olds and pedophiles would take seriously. The show stars Tori Vega, who is basically Carly Shay if you took out the web show and placed her in an Arts school where her ungodly Mary Sueness will shine until your eyes melt away. There she meets an entourage of freaks, which includes a retarded redhead with a serious bipolar disorder and a goth bitch, who will soon become her friends. Like iCarly, this show is unfunny. And just like iCarly, fantards love this show.


  • Tori Vega: The main character who sings generic pop songs and only can get famous just for her looks.
  • Beck Oliver: A chick magnet who attracts every girl at school, but nonetheless, chooses to date goth girl Jade West instead of all the blonde cheerleaders who want him. If he went to UCSB, that retarded incel Elliot Rodger would've murdered him.
  • Jade West: An angry goth girl who hates everyone except her boyfriend Beck and has an obsession with scissors and harming.
  • Cat Valentine: When someone's catchphrase is "What's that supposed to mean!?" and considers "poking people in the stomach" a flirting technique, then you know you've got yourself a real genius here. It's rumored that she is supposed to be Patrick Star as a female human.
  • Erwin Sikowitz: The school's acting class teacher. Aside from "getting visions from drinking coconut milk" and "climbing into his classroom through the window," he's your normal everyday sex offender.

Typical video behind the scenes footage, guess what they're talking about


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