Here’s the synopsis: When young newlyweds Sam (Shively) and TJ (McCurdy) embark on their honeymoon and accidentally hit a man walking on the side of the road, what was meant to be a peaceful national park tour turns into a series of unfortunate events and coverups that force the couple to decide what is most important to them: humanity or their honeymoon.
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“Got to see these guys tonight :),” Mirandacaptioned the pic.
Jennette posted a black and white version, writing, “Regram from @mirandacosgrove ! So great seeing these friends…(Miranda and me) (Noah and Nathan) (Jerry)”
iCarly ran from 2007-2012 on Nickelodeon and followed a girl (Cosgrove) who hosted her own home-grown web show, while her sidekick Sam’s (McCurdy) regular Webcasts featured everything from comedy sketches and talent contests to interviews, recipes, and problem-solving.
Who else balled when iCarly came to an end last night? Just us?
Star Jennette McCurdy chatted with the L.A. Times earlier this week about saying goodbye to the Nickelodeon series.
“It’s become very real because kids keep coming up to me and teenagers and college students who have watched it since they started high school and they almost start crying and they say ‘a part of my childhood is gone’,” Jennette shared. “…It makes me sad.”
The series finale episode, “iGoodbye,” premieres tonight and Carly (Cosgrove) is disappointed when Spencer (Jerry Trainor) can’t take her to her last Air Force father-daughter dance since their dad, Colonel Shay, is deployed overseas.
The time is almost here to say goodbye to Miranda Cosgrove and the iCarly gang for good!
A new promo for “iGoodbye,” the final episode of iCarly, was just released and we can’t wait to find out what Carly, Sam, and everyone else are up to in the final adventure of the series. Watch the promo below featuring Miranda, Jennette McCurdy, Noah Munck, Nathan Kress, and Jerry Trainor.
Make sure to tune in for the series finale of iCarly on Friday, November 23 at 8/7c on Nickelodeon.