Miranda Cosgrove Gets Pranky

Miranda Cosgrove Gets Pranky

Miranda Cosgrove and her on-screen BFFs Nathan Kress and Jennette McCurdy peak over the stairwell in this new still from iCarly.

In tonight’s episode “iGet Pranky,” Ridiculed for never pulling a prank, Carly (Cosgrove) recruits Spencer’s (Jerry Trainor) help to prank Sam and Freddie (McCurdy, Kress). But after Spencer gets a taste for it, he can’t stop pranking and the gang must figure out how to stop him.

“iGet Pranky” premieres TONIGHT, Saturday 25th @ 8PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.


“iGet Pranky” Clip #1


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Credit: Lisa Rose; Photos: Nickelodeon
Posted to: iCarly, Jennette McCurdy, Jerry Trainor, Miranda Cosgrove, Nathan Kress, Noah Munck

4 Comments

Miranda Cosgrove is so beautiful!!!!!

#2
steve @ 11:17 am on 09/26/2010

Great ep, funny stuff. loved it.

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Ron @ 12:30 am on 09/27/2010

That show iGet Pranky was so funny. I came in, last night, to watch it, from digging in the dirt on my land. I think it a fine piece of property, but my wife thinks it small and more, she says, “like Woody Allen’s plot of land.” I don’t know how she figures, but I suspect his land is a lot bigger than mine. But I am content with what I have, and I run it through my fingers as often as I can just because it delights me.

When I came inside, I was puzzled to see a television set, sitting on a rack and a pair of storage drawers, up against the wall. Surprised was I, to say the least. It looked as if it were not quite assembled, and I looked around, but I could not find an owner’s manual. I called to my wife, but she did not answer. So I decided to figure it out for myself. I saw what I took to be some television ***** underneath the screen, so I fiddled with them, pushing them in and pulling them out, and turning them this way and then that way, trying to get that screen to turn on and brighten up. And I was having some success, because I was getting volume and a picture, but it was all out of focus, and the increase in volume did not appear to correspond in any predictable way with my ministrations of those *****. Definitely, though, I was getting volume, somehow.

So I pulled up a stool, and sat and thunk. Rabbit ears! Viola! And I reached up and started pulling on those ears, and twisting them, back and forth, and this way and that, and I could tell I was making progress, because the screen was coming into focus, and it looked like someone was screaming. Sounded like it too. It even looked like Carly Shay, so I worked those ears harder, until part of one of them became detached, and everything went blank and quiet, as if someone had fainted. I looked at the part in my hand, and it appeared to be some sort of ring, but I could not see how to put it back on, so I just set it on the rack.

I figured there must be some kind of cable modem or some kind of high tech gadget that would get it to work, but I did not see one anywhere, and no remote control, either. On a hunch, I checked the drawers to see if there was some kind of cable box. Sure enough, there was the box, and I found the reset button in a flash, and fiddled with that, but I could not get the set to do anything. Just a blank screen, and silence. I even tried taking out the plug and putting it back in, but nothing happened.

I decided to forget the television, and went to my computer to download the episode, but they had not got it up yet, and I feel asleep. I woke up when my wife sat down next to me. I asked her what she had been doing. “Thinking,” she said.

We saw the show today, it was so funny. Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress were hilarious. So was T-Bo and Gibby. Jennette McCurdy was electrifying. We laughed hard. And then I helped my wife work on her Halloween costume. How fun.

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