Victorious (Season Four)

4.01 Wanko’s Warehouse

(September 22, 2012)
Directed by: Adam Weissman | Written by: Dan Schneider & Christopher J. Nowak

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The gang goes to Wanko’s Warehouse for an 80%-off sale, but they find out it does not start until the next morning. Jade suggests that they all hide out in the store overnight so they can be the first ones there and avoid the long lines. However, the security system gets turned on, leaving them trapped in an aisle by laser beams. Robbie is able to get under the beams and tries to turn off the alarms, but stumbles upon two burglars. Meanwhile, Jade complains that she is hungry and Cat walks through the laser beams to get her a sandwich but accidentally sets off the alarm. They all run outside, covering their heads with tubs, and manage to get away unseen by the security cameras.

4.02 The Hambone King

(September 29, 2012)
Directed by: Russ Reinsel | Written by: Dan Schneider & Matt Fleckenstein

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Robbie posts a video online spotlighting his rhythmic talent ofhamboning, but Jarold, who claims to be the real hambone king sees it. He challenges Robbie and Robbie messes up and embarrasses himself. Later, Tori reveals that seven years ago she and Jarold hamboned together. Following this, Robbie asks Tori to coach him. During the competition, Jarold’s friend throws sushi at Robbie, causing him to mess up. Tori decides to face Jarold and ends up winning and becoming the hambone queen. Meanwhile, Cat practices tap-dancing nonstop for an upcoming audition.

4.03 Opposites Date

(October 13, 2012)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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Tori, Beck, Andre and Robbie plan to go to a museum, but Andre and Robbie back out so they can make a video for a contest. Realizing that it will just be the two of them together, Tori and Beck decide they will go on an “opposite date” so people do not think they are really dating. However, Cat accidentally tells Jade about this and Jade gets upset. Pretending to be Cat, Jade calls Tori and finds out where they are. After eating gross seafood, Tori and Beck have to take Beck’s aunt’s dog to the vet. While there, they discuss how they are not really on a date, and people in the vet’s office overhear. They start to ask Beck why he broke up with Jade and if he has feelings for Tori. Before he can really answer any of them, Jade and Cat walk in. She says she is not mad and Beck can hang out with whomever he wants. Beck and Jade smile at each other until they are interrupted by the vet. Meanwhile, Andre and Robbie make a video to win a new Pear Pad 3, but they fall while wearing giant pear costumes and cannot get up.

4.04 Three Girls and a Moose

(October 20, 2012)
Directed by: David Kendall | Written by: Dan Schneider &Christopher J. Nowak

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Beck, Andre, and Robbie are hosting a fundraiser at Karaoke Dokie to get a new guys’ bathroom at Hollywood Arts, and the girls are supposed to help them. However, they get distracted when they meet Beck’s Canadian friend Moose and all three of them begin to compete for his attention. Cat brings him hamburgers, Tori pretends to love hockey, and Jade talks to him about her favorite movie, The Scissoring. Despite their efforts, Moose tells them he is more into Canadian girls. Tori and Cat apologize to the guys for neglecting their fundraiser by performing the song “L.A. Boyz” for them. After their song, they wonder where Moose is, and it is revealed that he is in Jade’s car kissing her.

4.05 Cell Block

(November 24, 2012)
Directed by: Adam Weissman | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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Sikowitz gets frustrated when the students keep using their phones during rehearsal, so he challenges them to go one week without using modern-day technology. After Cat goes crazy without her phone, the boys realize the girls might make them lose the bet, so they turn it into a boys vs. girls challenge. Jade and Tori have to restrain Cat from using her phone, and they know winning will be very hard, so they try to trick the boys into losing the bet. However, it is unsuccessful. At their next rehearsal, Sikowitz gets angry at everyone and tells them to take their phones if they want to. The girls turn theirs on and the boys told them it was a trick and they lost the bet. Sikowitz said he was helping the boys all along because he is a guy and wanted his gender to win. As the boys shout and dance in victory, the girls realize how popular they were when seeing how many messages and followers they got while they went without the internet happily.

4.06 Tori Fixes Beck and Jade

(December 1, 2012)
Directed by: David Kendall | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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A girl named Meredith wants to go out with Beck, but he is uncomfortable with it because he does not want to make Jade jealous. Tori decides to try to find Jade a date to even things out, but when recalling how intimidating Jade is, she and Andre pay a guy to ask her out. He gets scared and admits to Jade that Tori and Andre paid him to ask her out, leading them to hide in the janitor’s closet. Furious, she finds and confronts them, but Beck stops her. When Tori explains why she was trying to find her a date, Jade tells Beck he can go out with whomever he wants because they are broken up. Beck takes Meredith to the Full Moon Jam only to find she agrees with everything he says, annoying him. He then tells Tori how he realizes that he wants a girl who “fights back” and can be a challenge to date because easy is “boring”. Right after this, Jade performs a song and Beck watches her. After she is done, he goes on stage and admits that he has missed her. They then kiss and get back together. Meanwhile, Cat gets a butterfly that Robbie is “butterfly-sitting” lodged in her ear and Robbie has to find a way to get it out. The episode ends where Jade and Beck are officially a couple again and Robbie finally gets the butterfly out of Cat’s ear.

4.07 One Thousand Berry Balls

(December 8, 2012)
Directed by: David Kendall | Written by: Dan Schneider & Dave Malkoff

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Robbie wants Cat to be his date to an upcoming Hollywood Arts dance, but she avoids him. After Robbie and another girl go, Cat realizes her feelings for Robbie and becomes jealous. At the dance she tries to make Robbie jealous by dancing with Sinjin and ends up getting kicked in the head by him and goes unconscious. When she wakes up, they talk and Robbie makes his move and kisses her, resulting in her running away from him and riding off on her bike in a panic. The dance is the first social event that Beck and Jade attend since getting back together and Jade becomes stressed over it. The dance at Hollywood Arts is the “Cow-Wow” which is a mix between a Hawaiian and Cowboy theme. Tori and Andre sing at the dance after being held up at Totally Yogurt giving away one thousand of their berry balls. As a result, Tori puts the berry balls in her hat because no one will try them.

4.08 Robbie Sells Rex

(December 15, 2012)
Directed by: Adam Weissman | Written by: Dan Schneider & Christopher J. Nowak

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Mason Thornesmith’s son offers to buy Robbie’s puppet, Rex, for two thousand dollars. Robbie gives in and sells Rex, but ends up regretting his decision. Sikowitz has problems of his own when a young girl keeps harassing him, causing him to threaten to get her sent to juvie. Tori decides to distract the little boy by getting the girl to kiss him, making him forget about Rex and allowing Robbie to get him back, in exchange for Sikowitz dropping the charges against her. The plot works and Robbie now has$2,000 and Rex. Meanwhile, a masked person (a.k.a. The Flour Bomber) is throwing flour at people at Hollywood Arts and no one knows who he is. When Jade, Beck, Andre and Cat finally catch him, he turns out to be a stranger from another school.

4.09 The Bad Roommate

(January 5, 2013)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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Andre is tired of living with his crazy grandmother and he decides to bunk with Tori, but it does not turn out well. Later, it is also discovered that while Andre’s grandmother drives him nuts, she is the main reason he’s good at writing music. Tori and Andre get Kojeezy to buy their song, but he would only buy the song if it passed the “baby test”, which the song fails the test because the baby cried. Meanwhile, a new app on the Pear Pad which shows satellite images displays a picture of Hollywood Arts, and Jade is in that picture looking like she is picking her nose when she was really scratching it. She plans on getting it re-taken when the satellite passes again, but the picture turns out even worse for her when Robbie falls on top of her, making it look like they’re kissing.

4.10 Brain Squeezers

(January 12, 2013)
Directed by: Clayton Boen | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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Tori is selected to appear on a new game show calledBrain Squeezers, and all her friends want to be on her team. Annoyed with them bugging her, she finally picks Andre, Beck, and Robbie. When she goes to the game show to sign in, she finds that Jade is already there, pretending to be Tori. Jade takes her teammates and Tori is left to play with Trina, Sinjin, and Cat. It turns out that the game show isn’t as fun as they anticipated. Whenever someone gets a question wrong, they get “doinked” and have something sprayed at them or dropped on their head. After a while, when everyone is injured and unhappy, Tori’s team wins$10,000. However, in order to take home the money, Tori has to grab it while a sumo wrestler is holding her down. She is unable to do it, and no one wins the money.

4.11 The Slap Fight

(January 19, 2013)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider & Christopher J. Nowak

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While attempting to work on the gang’s short film project for school, Tori finds out that Trina has 977 followers to her 314 on TheSlap.com. Tori tells the gang about Trina. Right afterwards, the gang starts to post random stuff to get more followers on TheSlap. Their posts include Cat writing everything she does, Jade trying to scare people by screaming at them to follow her, Beck washing hiscarin a tank top, Robbie getting amakeover, and Tori trying to do a hard challenge. Sinjin finally tells them how Trina got 977 followers, explaining that three months ago hehackedinto TheSlap server and changed her number of followers (which was actually 34) to 977 for learning how to jump-rope. He also tells them he finds them ridiculous, as they are the most popular students at Hollywood Arts, have a lot of friends and that its stupid to be worried about how many followers you have. The gang realize he is right and feel ashamed. With 19 hours until their deadline, they hurriedly pull their short film together, but it turns out too inconsistent and over-dramatic due to its rushed nature. The final scene shows Trina and Sinjin jump-roping, but he annoys her and Trina leaves.

4.12 Star-Spangled Tori

(January 26, 2013)
Directed by: Adam Weissman| Written by: Dan Schneider & Christopher J. Nowak

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Tori worries she will forget the lyrics when she is invited to sing theNational Anthemat a televised basketball game. But Tori really needs to worry about being dragged across the floor by the team’s mascot, aSt. Bernard. A talk-show host named Chris Burm feels sympathy for Tori and lets her come and sing on his show. But then he reveals (to the audience) that he is going to pull a prank on Tori. Beck and Andre save Tori from humiliation, by reversing the prank on the host. Meanwhile Jade and Robbie find out that Cat has been acting weird and disappearing every night. They find her living at the tiny attic of the blackbox theater in school because her parents are with her brother in Idaho in some special hospital/rehab. Jade calls her parents, who say her Nona is in Venice, California and suggests that Cat move into her Nona’s home instead, thus setting up half the stage for the upcoming series,Sam & Cat.

4.13 Victori-Yes

(February 2, 2013)
Directed by: David Kendall| Written by: Dan Schneider & Christopher J. Nowak

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Sikowitz makes a bet for the gang to say yes to everything and anything for a day, as long as it does not involve people getting hurt. Robbie and Cat have to say yes to giving up their clothes to some men on the street (They end up hiding behind garbage cans with Robbie in hisunderwearand Cat in herbraand underwear.) Beck tries to trick Jade into going to a drag race, but instead goes with Sinjin and ends up having a great time. Trina brags being on a Mexican television show called “Divertisimo”. She says that it is not shown in the U.S., but Tori and Jade find out it is and go down to the studio. Trina is dressed as a giantcheesewho is chased by little children in mice costumes. Tori gets asked to be in the show and she says yes. Then she asks if Jade can be in it too. In the end, all three are dressed as cheese being chased by the little children with giant forks. After being poked by one of the mice children, Jade steals his fork and angrily chases him off stage.