Starring: Jennette McCurdy, Jerry Trainor, Miranda Cosgrove, Nathan Kress
Genres: Comedy, Family
IHeart Art - S1-E14
Corrected entry: When Spencer quits, it would be impossible for him to be a dentist without going to med school. And he couldn't go to med school that fast.
Correction: He is a dental assistant.
IPromise Not to Tell - S1-E12
Corrected entry: They yell at the lamp, "Rampu," but the right word is "Rampuu," with an "R" that sounds like "L" and the U's are silent, so it sounds like "Lamp."
Correction: Actually, in Japanese the word can be either be pronounced as L or R. It all depends on romanization. And for the ending, it's not silent. It's just not as enunciated loudly like in English. Same goes for Korean and Chinese: sounds are shortened.
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In "iHeart Art", when Spencer is working and the dentist pushes back the tongue and his saliva sprays on Spencer, you can see that every time it switches back to Spencer, the wet stain on his shirt decreases in size.
When Carly and the team are facing the professional Chef, Carly says, "Add the Peruvian Puff Peppers." This pepper is also mentioned in "Drake and Josh", but in "Drake and Josh" it was illegal in the United States.