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Ellen De Generes loves to give surprises — and this surprise is one of the best!The host brought kid trainer Demarjay Smith from Jamaica back to her show to catch up with him about his latest adventures and new motivations.22 September 2007Jake Krandle, one of the cutest boys at Ridgeway Middle School breaks up with his girlfriend, and all the girls at school want a piece of him.Carly thinks she'll get just that when she invites him on her web-show to perform some songs he wrote.Also, did you notice how ungrateful they were in i Do? Instead of being happy for getting invited to a wedding and even becoming BRIDESMAIDS (and the special man, or whatever it's called) they start whining like they have nothing good in their life and start complaining about singing or how the outfits were ugly, which, by the way, were very nice clothes, and I'm pretty sure were very expensive. Already in middle school kids are feeling very pressured to explore their sexual sides in negative ways; this just emphasizes the necessity for doing so.I swear, if people acted like that at my wedding, I would've told them how much money I spent on this, and I would've told them to get out without a doubt. The idea that it's okay for 8 yr olds to start watching and getting these ideas at this age is absurd.

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20 October 2007Carly, Sam, and Freddie shoot their Halloween web cast from an apartment that is rumored to be haunted.

The concept of the episode, and the little Easter Eggs we included definitely brought back the i Carly nostalgia.

I even had the added bonus of getting to direct my wife in the episode, as well!

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.

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