Victorious (Season Two)

2.01 Beggin’ on Your Knees

(April 2, 2011)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Jake Farrow

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Ryder Daniels, a popular Senior, asks Tori out. Robbie also tries to attract girls only to get rejected each time. Tori invites Ryder to her house and Robbie spies on them as he wants to attract girls like Ryder does. However, Ryder leaves the house angry as Tori goes through his phone at Trina’s idea. The next day, Ryder forgives Tori, and Robbie comes in dressed like Ryder. Soon after this, though, Tori finds out that Ryder uses girls to get good grades and dumps them afterwards, so she gets revenge on him and sings “Beggin’ on Your Knees”.

2.02 Beck Falls for Tori

(April 16, 2011)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider

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Sikowitz gets Tori an audition for an upcoming movie. Although she does not get the part, she is instead cast as a stunt double after lying on her rsum and because she looks like the lead actress. Tori must now perform a stunt involving jumping 40 feet off a platform, or risk getting blackballed in Hollywood. She is too frightened to do it and she keeps stalling, so Beck dresses up as Tori to pretend that he is her and does the fall instead. At the end, Tori decides she does want to do the fall to prove she is not a wimp, but she gets scared again, so Jade pushes her off making her fall down. Meanwhile, Cat dresses up in random costumes that she made in her costume design class.

2.03 Ice Cream for Ke$ha

(April 22, 2011)
Directed by: Adam Weissman | Written by: Arthur Gradstein

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When Tori is stuck being Trina’s assistant after losing a bet they made when they were little kids, she and her friends try to win a private concert from Ke$ha by finding all the letters to Ke$ha under ice cream cartons as a way to free Tori from Trina. They have all the letters except for the $ in Ke$ha so they get it from a little boy, but he says that Tori, Cat, and Jade must kiss him, and he has to be invited to the Ke$ha concert. In the end, Tori locks the little boy outside her home during the concert, but Trina who, feeling sympathy for him, offers him to kiss her, to which he replies “gross” and promptly leaves.

2.06 Locked Up!

(July 30, 2011)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider

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Tori and the gang are offered a week-long trip to Festus’ home country of Yerba to perform as evening entertainment for the hotel. Unexpectedly, the chancellor of Yerba comes to see their performance and in the middle of the song, Tori’s shoe flies out and accidentally hits the chancellor’s eye, which causes him to go blind. This makes Tori serve a four year prison sentence for assault. While Tori is in prison, her friends go to the chancellor’s office and ask for Tori to be freed. The chancellor agrees, but then Robbie accidentally kills the chancellor’s octopus, which causes them all to be sent to prison. Sikowitz, however, escapes, then later breaks into the prison in disguise as a guard with a plan to break them all out. Tori and the other prisoners sing a song and at the end of the performance, they all escape.

2.07 Helen Back Again

(September 10, 2011)
Directed by: Russ Reinsel | Written by: Arthur Gradstein

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Principal Eikner resigns as principal of Hollywood Arts. Helen (from Drake & Josh) is hired as the new principal and decides to have every student re-audition in order for them to stay in the school. Despite a stellar audition with Andre, Tori is rejected, and the group tries to find a way to change Helen’s mind about rejecting Tori. As it turns out, Helen’s assistant mistakenly swapped Tori and Trina’s names, so it was actually Trina who failed the audition. Tori then tries to get Helen to accept Trina into Hollywood Arts, and when Helen refuses, Tori asks Robbie to pretend to be a robber to ‘rob’ Helen in the school. She also plans for Trina to be there so Trina can ‘defend’ Helen against the ‘robber’ with her karate skills. In the end, this plans works and Trina gets accepted back into Hollywood Arts.

2.09 Tori Tortures Teacher

(September 10, 2011)
Directed by: Russ Reinsel | Written by: Matt Fleckenstein

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It is Sikowitz’s 10th anniversary teaching at Hollywood Arts, and Tori and the gang celebrate by taking him to a play. But things go awry when Sikowitz becomes depressed after watching the play, and Tori feels guilty and tries to fix it. Meanwhile, Trina tries to impress a boy she likes by pretending to be a pizza delivery girl, and Beck and Jade are text-fighting.

2.10 Jade Gets Crushed

(October 8, 2011)
Directed by: Clayton Boen | Written by: Dan Schneider

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Andre develops a crush on Jade after they work together on a song and hearing her sing, and Tori tries to help him get over it. Also, Robbie tries to help Tori prepare for the Tech Theater exam she must take and pass in order to take an R&B singing class, and Cat becomes obsessed with Jupiter boots.

2.11 Terror on Cupcake Street

(October 15, 2011)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider

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Sikowitz gets Tori and the gang to build afloatfor a parade that his new girlfriend is planning. After finishing the float, the group is stranded in a dangerous part of town when the float gets a flat tire on the way to the parade. They then must try to find a way to fix the flat tire and find a way out of the town.

2.12 A Christmas Tori

(December 3, 2011)
Directed by: Steve Hoefer | Written by: Dan Schneider & Warren Bell

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It is Christmas time at Hollywood Arts and Sikowitz assigns the gang as Secret Santas to one another in order to get them into the Christmas Spirit. The person who gives the worst gift will be forced to go “Christmas Yodeling” with Sikowitz on Christmas Eve. Tori struggles to find the perfect gift for Andre after finding out she is his Secret Santa. Meanwhile, Trina enlists Robbie’s help to decorate her giant Christmas tree, and Beck loses sleep due to a pesky cricket in his RV. Also Andre becomes a Christmas “Scrooge” after getting a D on a song he wrote for his creative music class. Robbie gets Cat a candyfloss making machine, which she gets excited about because it comes with a man. She gives Robbie a kiss on the cheek then excitedly rushes away. For Beck’s Christmas present, Andre catches the cricket, stating the fact that they apparently like peanut butter. At the end of the episode Andre gets an A thanks to Tori, Cat and Jade singing his song which he wrote for his creative music class.

2.13 Blooptorious

(December 26, 2011)
Directed by: Russ Reinsel | Written by: Darren Thomas, Stefanie Ledar, Erica Spates & Sam Littenburg-Weisberg

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This episode features interviews, bloopers, and outtakes of the entire cast since the series began. The show is hosted and narrated by “Christopher Cane”, a ventriloquist’s dummy, who introduces himself as the actor who portrays “Rex”.