And of course, this set would not be complete without the awkward moments, like when Carly and Sam decided to quit working on the show, or when Carly’s room burned down and Spencer had to fix it, or when Gibby threatened to fight Freddie, or when we met Sam’s mom for the first time ever!You’ll laugh, you’ll shout, and best of all, you’ll randomly dance for hours with this i Carly compilation!
What is Killer Tuna Jump without Killer Tuna and a jump?
A potentially explosive relationship story when love, lust and unresolved feelings are involved with exes and potential new love interests. How was he still smiling, the next day, talking to Carly, glaring at his newest bully, as if DARING her to try that again?
The show has conserved everything I love about Spencer and Carly’s relationship, so it’s a better description to say that the past 17 episodes (the ones before the finale) have been more of the same rather than to say that there was nothing worth mentioning.
If I was in the mood to rewatch all of those 17 episodes, do GIFs and screencaps, and describe certain scenes (and had the time to do all that), I’m sure I could fill quite a few pages with moments and commentaries in the same vein as what I discussed in the first three entries, but I am just going to focus on the finale and leave you with the knowledge that nothing has changed during those 17 episodes, but there also hasn’t been any more glorious accidental dates that you’ve missed out on hearing about. It did not introduce any new character development, but it sort of confirmed absolutely, canonically, and irretrievably the idea that Spencer will always be young and silly at heart.
She'd called him a nub and shook her head over what a nerd he was, worrying about getting a B. He loved his mother, no matter how annoying she was. (Well, except for the time one of her mom's boyfriends had felt her tits when her mom wasn't home. Now, here's something that Sam was completely and utterly humiliated over.