Christmas is here! On his interview series “Reed For 2 Minutes,” Reed Alexander (AKA iCarly’s notorious Nevel Papperman) interviews Miranda Cosgrove, Nathan Kress, and Jennette McCurdy of Dan Schneider’s “iCarly,” and it’s all about Christmas! Grab your popcorn, folks. There’s nothing more exciting than the holidays and Nickelodeon rolled into one!
Jennette (Sam) then talks about what Christmas morning is like at her house. She says that very early mornings are normal‒‒the kind that start at 5 or 6 AM‒‒and she always saves a few of her presents for the week after Christmas. What a great idea! She also reveals she wants a guitar this Christmas.
There’s also a Christmas episode of “iCarly.” Titled “iChristmas,” this episode of “iCarly,” finds Carly wishing Spencer (Jerry Trainor) was born a normal guy. What she doesn’t realize is that her guardian angel can actually makes that wish come true. She ends up losing all of her friends and her show because of the alternate universe she creates, too many things changed. By the end she learns a multitude of lessons about friendship and becomes a better person because of it.
Just like her character in “iChristmas,” Miranda Cosgrove knows the true meaning of friendship. She reveals her favorite Christmas was when a friend came back to visit after moving away, but a close second was when she rode Go-Karts with her friends for the holiday.
Nathan finishes things off by detailing the best gift he ever gave‒‒a drumset for his brother. And with that, everyone is probably a little jealous of his brother right about now.
“iCarly” is an American teen sitcom, starring Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy and Nathan Kress, which aired on Nickelodeon for seven seasons, from 2007 to 2012. “iCarly,” created by Dan Schneider, follows a teen girl named Carly who has her own webcast. The series was produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.