"Victorious" Opposite Date (TV Episode ) - IMDb
No. Beck is dating Jade and Tori is only his friend. And we haven't hear anything about Vic/Avan so far. select as best answer. Tori accidentally gets Beck fired from a small role in a movie, then must figure When Tori finds out that Cat's dating her ex, her jealousy threatens to ruin their. After Beck and Jade broke up, Beck decides to date someone else. Tori I always thought that Tori and Beck would make a perfect couple.
Even if they were Lane's kids, it is entirely possible that his kids could be pale skinned with blonde hair. This troper is half black and half white, and I have extremely pale skin and bright blue eyes.
I am often mistaken for being completely white. Assuming that Lane is half white, and therefore in possession of European genes, it is entirely possible that his children inherited more European genes, therefore having a lighter skin color. Skin color is determined by a number of different genes, and while it is true that the genes for darker skin are dominant, recessive lighter-skinned genes still have the possibility of appearing, however unlikely it is.
This troper is living proof. It is explicitly stated in the episode that they're Lane's friend's kids and not his. How could Tori get in trouble in "Stage Fighting"? First, if anything, it looked like Tori hit Jade accidentally; why would someone clearly nervous about the whole thing hurt someone on purpose? Second, after it was revealed that Jade set her up, why didn't the teachers notice Jade stopped wearing the eye-makeup? Also, why didn't Andre try to report Jade after figuring it out?
I always assumed that Jade confessed once the episode was over. She felt guilty enough to help scrape mac'n'cheese of the walls, presumably she also took it upon herself to get Tori out of detention. He and Jade seem to be friends. If Tori doesn't want it reported, he wouldn't go out of his way to get Jade in trouble. As for the accident part Yeah, that bothered me as well. That teacher gave her detention for accidental hitting someone!
If it was an accident, why give her detention? Actually, it was the counselor who gave her detention. Which brings me to this question: That whole episode Just Bugs Me. NO ONE gets arrested in the Schneider-verse Apparently not even people who trespass on the property of a police officer.
They don't even get detention, though? But Sam got arrested in iWon't Cancel the Show, so How about no one gets arrested unless it's part of their character? Sam's character is supposed to be somewhat of a delinquent, so it's okay if she gets arrested Correction: No one gets arrested unless it's funny. Tori enrolling at HA. She moves to the school way too fast. Seemingly the exact day after Tori is approached by the principal to join the school at the big showcase, she's a student, despite how in reality there'd be lots of paperwork and it'd take a few days at least.
It probably did take a few days. They just don't show those days because, well, it wouldn't be very interesting. Actually, this troper's daughter moved from a public school to a charter school daughter was on a waiting list in less than a day. We got the call that there was a space if we wanted it on the second day of the school year, we took her to the charter school and called the public school the next morning.
We had to drop off the public school's textbooks, but Daughter was enrolled in the charter school before the first period of that morning. The "paperwork" consisted of both school secretaries hitting a few buttons. Sikowitz, Jade and Coffee. Why the hell did Mr. Sikowitz allow Jade to pour coffee on Tori during class?
You never even find out if she got punished. Drama teachers really don't give a crap. If it's funny or creative, they don't care. This cannot be supported by the Pilot. A drama teacher thinks it's more funny if the dog says "bark. I was waiting for Tori to do something like that as well. Personally, I wouldn't literally bite her. Push her which dogs kinda do would be better. Why is it acceptable for Mr. Sikowitz to throw a ball at his students as a gesture to tell them something?
Well, I've had a few teachers who use a ball like that. That guy is probably hopped up on coconut juice, and doesn't realise how hard he's throwing it, or that he's supposed to call out their name and give them time to catch it first.
Artists must roll with it! Not counting as physical punishment, they throw things to get your attention or if you got a question wrong. Same here, I had a chemistry teacher who threw chalk at us if we exasperated her enough. I've had professors throw chalk, erasers, drop books on the floor, etc. Even had a chemistry teacher that would light small firecrackers if his students fell asleep.
From an actor's perspective, it is confusing why the bird scene would teach actors that only their opinion is important. While you should use your own judgement when interpreting a scene, input from others can help you improve a performance and add aspects that you've never thought about.
But nobody gave her any input on how to improve In fact, that was specifically forbidden. Nobody's allowed to help you with the bird scene. It's like making a med student perform surgery and not allow them to go further unless they tell their surgical leader that they don't care if the patient dies, because they did the surgery the way they wanted.
No-one should ever be failed in any learning environment because they asked questions or wanted help to improve themselves. I don't think the surgery example really holds up here Surgery is very binary: With arts, whether or not your performance was good is completely subjective. Keep in mind, Tori didn't fail because she asked for criticism; she failed because she asked whether she did the scene right. In other words, she sought validation, not criticism.
The aesop could've been handled better, but in itself it's a good one. Thought about it, and: It's a requirement for auditioning. They want people auditioning with enough self-confidence that it won't kill them to be rejected, or who'd then ask for exact 'why not? The flaw in the plan is that someone like Trina could stink on the first try and say "Forget YOU, it was perfect!
How come a splash of liquid on Jade's face revealed that her black eye ruse is only make-up compared to taking her to the nurse to know that she's only faking it? Jade probably had an icepack on her eye the whole time, until she could get into a bathroom or changing area to put her black eye makeup on. Nah, Jade hid the black eye makeup under her wool hat until she supposedly got whacked by Tori, then quickly applied it while she covered up her "wound. If Trina is so untalented, how did she end up getting enrolled at Hollywood Arts?
Either she tried really hard to get into the place presumably via audition. And once in, they'd be loathe to kick someone out just because they aren't as good. Or maybe her parents are paying for it. Or perhaps it's not that she sucks, just that she refuses to train or accept any help, thinking she can do it all herself. HA is school for ALL the arts.
While we've been shown that she can't sing, she may very well be an excellent dancer or something. She doesn't appear to all that bad at acting, even.
She's pretty good at martial arts and stage combat appears to be part of the curriculum. The latest episode reveals that the only reason she got in was that Sikowitz the only judge present at the time got high off of some spoiled coconut milk. What with the spiraling colors and hallucinations, he found Trina's horrible audition to be the best thing ever. She was still awful at everything, but Sikowitz accepted her before he could regain his sanity.
Why isn't Jade dead? She says she never sweats. You need to sweat to live. She might have meant that she doesn't sweat alot. Or maybe she does her best not to sweat in front of people. The way she acted when she did sweat made it seem like it was something that had never happened to her before.
Maybe she was embarrassed that she was sweating in front of other people. Knowing Jade, she probably thinks of sweating as a sign of showing weakness. Or maybe she just refuses to sweat because it's funny. You don't need it to live, it just makes it harder too, there are people who are born without the capability to produce sweat and must take medications so they don't die.
Also there are a few other ways the body cools itself before releasing sweat. Cooler blood rushing to the skin. She doesn't sweat- she glistens. How will Victorious last more than a couple years? First season, they seem to be all sophomores. Knowing the success of this show so far, it'll probably warrant at least 4 seasons. If there were to be a season 4, they'd all be in college.
Unless they'll reveal a "Hollywood Arts University", what will they do? Have the characters held back? Or is Dan plotting to make Cat and Jade a couple, which will stir up controversy amongst the idiots that still live in the 's and can't accept that homosexuality is nothing taboo, then it will end up knocked off the network?
They could all end up in the same arts school for college. What are you talking about? They'll do what is done for every show, drag out one school year into multiple seasons. Countless shows with teens do it all the time. Not to mention it's possible they may or may not have been held back.
Victorious is not receiving a fourth season. Why no Understudies in "Tori The Zombie" I'm currently rewatcing the episode and I always scratch my head to the plot. Why would a school, who's entire curriculum is dedicated to the performing arts, not cast any understudies for their plays, especially one as important as in this episode?
Especially because Jade offers to do the part. Why didn't they have Tori and Jade switch parts? Or if it's a smaller part, have someone else learn it really quick? I mean, I get that if Tori and Jade switch parts, it might be distracting to have Tori come out in make up like that. For the purposes of drama. The fact that Tori has a bad makeup job right before her big performance needs to be a big deal. Also, the teachers are insane. I'm not sure they would even consider the possibility of needing an understudy.
Why no ending to Cat's plot in Rex dies? How long is she there? Lack of episode time I suppose but not knowing what happened isn't cool!
First, check your spelling. Second, what was she even put in the mental ward for? I have to assume it was cut for time, but there may have been a during credits scene where they advertise the slap that explains what happened.
Someone with iTunes will have to confirm. Ooh if there is a scene on the itunes I hope someone puts it on youtube! Jade asked her to go talk to the nurse and Cat was just being Cat and she told the nurse she was there because the puppet got into an accident so apperently they thought she was crazy so thats why she was put there.
So yeah in a way silliness. I fixed the spelling too. Why do they hang out with Jade? She's such a vile bitch. It makes me wonder how she earned her Darkhorse status. I mean, I know she's dating Beck, but even he's not safe from her bitchiness. It's one of the oldest Sitcom cliches, the antagonistic asshole friend.
Because she's a Jerk with a Heart of Goldand is really hot, and is probably hooking up with all of them besides Andre and Robbie. I mean, Beck is canon. But you can just tell her and Cat have something more and then there's her and tori's love-hate. She stole a pint of blood to get the lead in a school play! I'm pretty sure that's a felony. One thing I know is a felony is that she broke into Tori's medical records. Typical of the Schneider-verse, she didn't get arrested. And what about when she nearly ruined Tori's prom just because Tori wouldn't cancel it so Jade could do her performance Tori didn't even know she had one coming up?!
Heart of gold my ass! She, not Tori has Robbie's best interests as her primary concern in Rex Dies. It's Jade's idea to let him believe Rex is actually dead so he can maybe get over the whole thing. Tori screws up her plan, but Jade is the one who wanted to help her friend in the long run, even if he would feel bad in the short term. Beyond that, she's generally pretty nice to Cat does Cat ever randomly overreact to Jade like she does to everyone else?
The bigger question is why do they hang out with Andre? Beck and Jade I get, they're dating. Robbie and Cat I get, they probably met through therapy or something like that.
Jade and Cat seem to be friends probably from way back so that connects Robbie and Beck by proxy. But how does Andre connect to any of them? In the pilot, Andre is supposed to be working with Trina for a performance. When he came over, Tori was there working on a science project. That's how they met. Then, when Tori had to take Trina's place in the show, it was Andre who encouraged her to do so, as well as transfer to Hollywood Arts and he also comforted her when Jade embarrassed her.
In short, Andre is close to Tori and is also the reason she attended HA she wasn't going to take the offer until he asked the audience for their opinion of her. While that connects Tori and Andre, there's still no real connection between Andre and anybody else in the group. I understand why Beck and Jade and Robbie and Cat hang out but how Andre joined the group hasn't been explained yet. It seems more apparent that Beck and Andre are friends.
He's seen hanging out with Beck more than Robbie is. Not only that, but since when did there have to be distinct connections between the characters? If they're a group of friends who hang out together often, why does there need to be a line of relationships that connectst them to each other? It's not necessary but it does make some sense of why such a diverse group of people hang out together.
For example, it's unlikely that someone like Robbie would hang out with someone like Jade if there weren't some mutual friend to connect the two. They have two 'mutual friends'. The way their school works appears to based around each class having one single drama teacher for their education it's not an entirely unknown property, lots of schools will at least in the first year of highschool keep an entire class together for the entire year before it splits into elective subjectsand here only one overall class is done that way.
They were shown in previous episodes that they were all with Sikowitz before Tori showed up. The other is Beck. The existing circle of friends likely developed when Beck hooked up with Jade.
A simple explanation is that Jade is easily pissed off and can occasionally become violent or otherwise vindictive towards people who she feels have wronged her, so no one wants to be the one to tell her she can't hang out with them. Robbie and Cat has a thing for each other. Jade have to befriend Robbie in order not to hurt Cat's fragile feelings, as well as forced to respect him for Rex is more a Deadpan Snarker then herself. Later in the show Tori became friend of Cat, Robbie and Beck, tying this group more tight together and replaced Jade as the hub of the group, hence the group did not fall apart when Beck and Jade broke up.
When is Jade going to figure out that Tori has absolutely no intention of stealing Beck from her? It's been several episodes now since Tori helped Jade get back together with Beck which is often taken by fans as the number one sign that Tori isn't out to steal Beck from Jadebut Jade still seems to be suspicious of Tori's every move. First of all, not only was Tori's statement made in the completely innocent context of giving Beck a stage direction, but given what a massive attitude problem Jade has when it comes to Beck, Tori probably wouldn't have had a hard time convincing Beck to go out with her instead and could have done so in any previous episode if that was her inclination.
Come on Jade, stop being so paranoid. Well Jade does show jealous tendencies toward any girl who comes anywhere near Beck. And considering the number of girls constantly fawning over Beck The group of girls who gathered to watch him fix Robbie's car, the director's assistant from "The Wood," the female paramedic who asked if he was in college, etc And while Beck doesn't show any desire to actually cheat on Jade, he does seem to like the attention.
Well sure, but by now she should know Tori better than that. Tori's done everything she could to build an admittedly tenuous friendship with Jade. Does Jade really think she's going to throw it away over Beck? Especially since Tori has shown absolutely zero interest in Beck since the pilot. There's this thing where sometimes, people hold grudges. And does it really seem like Jade is the type to not hold a grudge? Not to mention that, as said earlier, Beck doesn't exactly help to ease that jealousy.
Tori hasn't made a move on Beck since the pilot, but remember that Beck was the one who kissed Tori in that episode. It was an improv. Yet instead he readily agreed. Between his relaxed attitude on the subject and how every girl in the series seems to find him attractive, her jealousy is pretty reasonable.
And then there was Tori Goes Platinum. That last example doesn't really count, as at that point they were broken up, and he was most likely just trying to move on, having excepted that it was over between them. Considering his serious and mature personality, its hardly out of character for him. Beck's seeming enjoyment of Jade's jealously could be a bit deeper than that, Jade is hardly the most open or emotive person, even when there alone together, she still acts at least somewhat reserved.
So its probable that her being jealous is the only sign Beck gets she is still interested in him, in which case its no wonder he enjoys it when she's jealous. It seems subtly implied that she's less afraid Tori is going to make a move and more so that Beck is the one with the hidden crush, which is one of the reasons she may constantly lash out at Tori not to mention her own possible confused feelings for Tori, but that's for the YMMV category and try to anger her enough to leave the clique.
Given if that is her worst fear her reaction post-"Tori Goes Platinum" is a bit of a headscratcher, considering she seems to brush off Beck's almost kiss with Tori, which he initiated and so willingly gets back together with him despite that "What If?
I mean she was playing a part. She doesn't feel threatened by Cat and she didn't flip out, I know their friends and all but if any girl kissed Beck she would go full blast bitch on you. I wonder why she's so easy on Cat. Cat was following a script.
She didn't kiss Beck because she wanted to, she did it because her character was supposed to. Tori, on the other hand, was doing improv, and kissed Beck for the sole purpose of pissing Jade off. I think you missed watching the part that Jade's role bitch-slapped the dead character of Cat. She even justified it that "I think that's what my character will do. I don't think Jade slapping cat had anything to do with her kissing Beck, as there frequently seen close to each other, an Jade doesn't seem to have a problem.
They also could've had a fight before that we didn't see. Not only that but the sheer unreasonableness of their teacher with Robbie and Andre breaking character. And Andre had to deal with a clear and present interruption to their exercise.
Notice that Beck, Cat and Jade did quite a good job on their respective characters. Furthermore, Sikowitz is insane. You can't expect him to be reasonable about the breaking character. Sikowitz going through the window was purposefully set up as a test. So when Robbie broke character to check on him he was falling for Sikowitz's trap and got booted. I do agree Tori's acting was just bad.
It seems like she just has no improv skills and fell back on stating what her character was over and over. But she did technically stay in character, which was the only criteria for the exercise, it was just a BAD character.
This troper thinks it was because they all intentionally gave each other the most 2-dimensional characters they could think of as a way of emlinating the person they were choosing for so they would have a better chance at winning themselves. Tori was only given "a lady police officer who wears too much red lipstick and is obessed with Rasin Bran. The others all had characters where they had leeway-well, except Andre, but all he had to do was sit and pant and people believed it.
Tori did such a lousy job becuase she literally had nothing to work with. What did Ryder need Tori for? From what is shown, he's not a bad singer, and I doubt he needed to really try that hard for a good grade. So why did he go so far out of his way to get Tori? His character is portrayed as a user.
He charms the girls for his projects "just for the show of it" and as part-time girlfriends then dumps them like expired medicine once he gets his A-grade. Tori was just the one brave enough to initiate breaking his streak. On top of that, Ryder is shown to get a kick out of playing with girl's emotion. Check out how he "breaks up" with Tori, he was using her and broke up with her to force her to come crawling back to him and beg him to take her back.
The only reason he would've done that is because he gets a big kick out of manipulating people. Which to be honest, makes his humiliating defeat all the more satisfying. The point was that Ryder was a villain and was supposed to be seen as such. Making him do something for no other reason than he likes to do it makes it clear we're supposed to cheer when he's taken down, which they succeeded in doing.
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Cat and Northstar That left a horrible taste in my mouth. These are people who are seriously injured! One can't even say ambulance. She says she's been getting tons of calls - but didn't call the paramedics until Rex suggests it, and after that, we don't know if she did.
Everyone looks bewildered, but no one actually does anything. This is a Dan Schneider Show we're talking about.
He should have just told Jade immediately upon being confronted, but nooooooo. You can even hear Beck claim that she never gave him a chance to confess. We know for a fact that he has never been afraid to be open with her, like in Jade Dumps Beck, so this isn't right. Rule of Funnyperhaps, but still He probably didn't tell her so he could watch the her embarrassment when she found out the truth.
Beck does seem to enjoy getting Jade all riled up for fun. He once posted on The Slap that a bunch of girls in bikinis show up and have a huge water fight just to give a quick JK when Jade freaks out. You don't notice it unless you pay attention, but when they're arguing about it afterwards, Jade says something along the lines of "You just love making me jealous!
Maybe it turns him on when she get's clingy and jealous, or maybe he just wanted to see her embarrassed as payback for overreacting in the first place. Because, in all fairness, she did jump to conclusions before he had the chance to explain.
But then he could have told her anytime after that, while she was at his RV waiting for his cheerleader friend to come back. He probably just thought, "Screw it, let her think what she wants. Jade didn't exactly give him time to explain. She just rushed right over to confront him. Did you not watch the parts where it was clear that Jade was sitting and waiting for said cheerleader to come?
They were video chatting for how long and Beck couldn't explain to her throughout all that time? Why else do you think they're perfect for each other? He just hides it. From the way he reacts when she discovers, its pretty clear that is deliberate.
Well either he was trying to teach her a lesson about being jealous and not trusting him. Or he just likes rifling her up. In "Sleepover at Sikowitz's", didn't Jade sort of break character earlier than the time that was noted by Sikowitz?
This sort of depends on how you define "breaking character", but in one scene Tori is playing her police officer role and shoving Raisin Bran in Beck's mouth.
Jade walks over and says to "Mr. British Man" that "horrible things might happen if that continues. It wasn't a direct breaking of character, and besides, if confronted, she could always just say she meant he could choke on all that Raisin Bran.
Jade was pretty much being passive-aggressive the entire time and I'm surprised that Sikowitz didn't kick her out the second she came in. Where the hell did the gang get so much money to buy all that ice cream? Didn't they have like 30 bucks near the end when they went to the store for the nutty type? They went through cartons of ice cream. The restaurant considered their bill paid in exchange for Tori and Andre providing the entertainment.
All the kids in Dan schneider shows have unreasonably high amounts of money. Maybe they have extremely high allowances and part time jobs. That said, weren't they all comparatively broke when Jade was trying to put on her play during Wok Star?
Going by the appearance of Tori's house, I think it's safe to say her family is at least upper-middle-class. Perhaps Tori had a lot of money saved up and used it on the ice cream I know it's stupid, but Outrageous price to pay for an ordinary concenrt ticket, definitely. Outrageous price to pay for a personal appearance and concert in your living room And in Tori's case, totally worth it to not have to continue playing personal assistant to her extremely annoying sister.
What kind of hospital leaves blood bags lying around? In "Tori Gets Stuck" not once but twice Tori's blood donation is ruined because staff at the hospital leaves the bags unattended.
The entire conflict could have been resolved fairly easily is someone had just kept a damn eye on the blood bags! We're talking about the same doctors who let Trina and Cat into a TB ward and actively encouraged Tori to donate three pints of blood, given that donating two pints of blood is some what risky only some people can do it three pints of blood is just plain malpractice. Robbie wasn't actually in any immediate danger, as long as the car didn't move he'd of been fine, or at least until they could get a shipment of O negative.
The writers of this show seem to have never spent time anywhere near a real hospital. Or even watched a TV show about a hospital, for that matter. Why was Robbie out of bed? I know they needed Robbie to break the bag of blood but the doctor clearly stated that the toy car is in danger of ripping open his intestines, suggesting that a slight movement could do major damage, he's understandably terrified by this but happily gets out of bed to go thank Tori.
Why would Jade go to those lengths to steal Tori's role? This isn't the first time that Tori has been picked for a lead in favor of Jade. Her offering to take the role after Tori's makeup disaster What we do not see, however, is Jade turning into a total psychopath over not getting the lead.
So what made Steamboat Suzie different? Especially in what seems like a particularly bad musical. If you're gonna go psycho for a role, make sure it's a good one I figured Jade was being especially vicious because Beck, who seems to be a sort of Morality Pet for her, wasn't there.
She had no-one whose opinion she cared about telling her to cut it out. Because it's Tori getting the role. Jade seems to completely hate when anything goes Tori's way. She wanted to steal the role just so Tori couldn't get it! If you take it in context of "Tori the Zombie" as well, Jade's actions are actually Fridge Brilliance. It wasn't the first time Tori 'stole' a role from her. Tori got the lead in 'Uptown Downton': Jade was annoyed but got over it.
Then Tori got another lead and so on. Eventually Jade cracked and thats why Jade went to extreme lengths. It doesn't excuse her actions, but does give some build up. Hollywood Arts has never had a prom? In the pilot episode, Rex says to Cat, "You really wanted a date to prom last year, but you didn't get one, did you? Cat wanted a date to a prom. No boys from other schools asked her, though. That, or Rex was just being a jerk. Why did Tori say she beat Beck?
Wasn't the challenge "keep up the method acting until morning". They were only going up against Sikowitz, and Tori and Beck both made it until morning, so Well, she was the last to break character. You could argue that she did beat Beck, and Tori certainly would. How could the Bird Scene work for other students? At some point when one student did it right and stood up for themselves, they'd all know what they're supposed to do without actually experiencing it themselves.
No-one who hasn't done it yet gets to see it, and they threaten anyone who blabs about it or uses any information they get from being informed is expelled. Not so simple, the school gets hundreds of new students a year.
The set-up worked with Tori because she was new and joined in the middle of the semester, but at the beginning of the year, with all the new students coming it, it seems like it'd be impossible for ALL of them to get a bird scene, and given that they apparently happen in-class, everyone else in the class would see it. Before Tori asked Beck to kiss her she smiles at him. When Tori and Beck are about to kiss, Beck smiled wide, which showed that he definitely wasn't going to be disgusted.
When Sikowitz tells Tori to stay by throwing a ball at her, Beck tells Tori to protect her face showing that he cares about her face getting hurt. When Tori is upset that her friends would not help her with The Bird SceneBeck cares to explain to her that no one is allowed to help her with the Bird Scene.
Beck tells Tori that she is supposed to decorate her locker herself. Beck asks Tori if she was ready to do the Bird Scene on her second attempt. When Tori said that she got Sikowitz two coconuts, she holds them near her chest and Beck says, "Those are good ones! Beck showed Tori his locker for a idea on how to decorate her locker.
Tori mentioned that Beck's locker is creative and deep. Beck and everyone were very impressed with Tori's third and final attempt at the Bird Scene. When everyone is clapping for Tori, Beck clapped and nodded for her as well. When Beck told Tori to come with him and the others to lunch, she smiles and nods and runs up to Beck in response.
When Tori ran up to Beck, he waits on her to come. Beck asks Tori if she wanted to come with him. Beckf smiling at troi. Beck is not to irriated after Tori attacked Russ, he calmly explains to her what they were doing. Tori then feels a little bad that she interuptted it. Jade asks why Tori cares so much about Beck getting hurt, and she said that she figures that he sufferes enough pain dating her.
This makes Jade angry, and when she's about to yell at Tori, Beck takes her away and gave Tori and apologetic look.