Icarly stars dating
"If Nathan and Freddie sat down and had lunch, and he was talking to me about these girls that he just couldn't decide between and there were so many great things about both of them, knowing what I know, I would probably recommend he move to another country that's not Italy and just start over and find a girl that is actually into him without having to push himself in front of a taco truck." ."And also one that does not constantly verbally and physically abuse him." OUCH, Sam.Some fans say that Freddie's one true love was always Carly, after all, she kissed him in the finale episode right as she was leaving for Italy. I mean, Freddie came running when he thought Sam was hurt during her shipping questions that have been eating you up for the past five years. They think that Carly was just a childhood crush and Sam was Freddie's true love.
[comes into the kitchen from the back door, covered in smoke and ash] Carly: ... Freddie: [looks to Carly] Carly, is it wrong to tell a person that it's not polite to talk with their mouth full of lasagna?
The episode received just over 4.1 million views on its premiere date. They have Carly settle numerous disagreements between them, eventually annoying her by having her work out every single fight they have.
At a dinner date at Pini's, Carly eventually loses it and tells them off, saying that they shouldn't always rely on her to solve their problems and that they shouldn't date if they aren't able to solve their own problems.
(And BONUS: Nathan weighs in on today's roster of Nickelodeon fan ships.)Nathan: "It could be interpreted so many ways and I think for my own sake, I decided not to interpret it in a specific way because that’s the thing: there’s no explanation and the context doesn’t really lend itself to knowing exactly what it means."If I had to guess, I would say it was more of a friendly thing. I can't even say that because it wasn’t like a friendly little peck. I was in love with you this whole time, but now I’m leaving? So that’s a good question."I guess at the time, I was trying not to think too far into it.
It was just two friends reacting how they would react to a major life change that neither was particularly happy about because it was going to take two really good friends away from each other.