The episode received 3.454 million views during its premiere date.
The episode aired September 24, 2011 during Nickelodeon's Worldwide Day of Play.
PlotCarly suggests that Sam and Freddie should try exploring each other's favorite interests and hobbies. However, neither Sam going with Freddie to a train club meeting nor Freddie visiting Sam's relatives in jail with her end too well.
Meanwhile, Spencer is dating his former babysitter Jenna Hamilton, but they keep acting like they are still babysitter and child instead of boyfriend and girlfriend, causing Carly to give them a speech about how their relationship is forced and wrong. Sam and Freddie happen to overhear that speech, causing them to question their own relationship. After a talk in the elevator reflecting on the past few weeks (since iOMG), they mutually decide to break up, but when Sam leaves the elevator, Freddie says he loves her, and she replies that she loves him, too. After they decide that it's only 10:30 and they can postpone their break-up at midnight, they go back to kissing in the elevator.
- There was a reference to the 1990s sitcom Boy Meets World and its main star Ben Savage when Spencer mentioned he was watching a marathon of the show and pleaded with Jenna that he wanted to watch because of Ben Savage.
- When Spencer comes in the first scene at school, in a low voice, he says "Stay my Baby!" in the tone of what Miranda Cosgrove sang in her song, "Stay My Baby"
- There were references to the 1980s sitcom Full House, one of its main stars Dave Coulier and a popular line from the show "You got it dude!" (One of Michelle's catchphrases) all from Spencer.
- Charlene Amoia guest stars as Jenna Hamilton, Spencer's love interest, who used to be his babysitter during this episode.
- Charlene tweeted thanking Miranda and Jerry "for an amazing week on iCarly."
- Andrew Shea guest stars as Barry, Freddie's nerdy friend for his Model Train Club, The Training Bros.
- Jim Giordano guest stars as Sam'sUncle Carmine.
- This is the first and only appearance of Sam's Uncle Carmine so far.
- Joey Russo plays Chaz, who is Sam's cousin and her Uncle Carmine's nephew (Or possible son).
- iCarly tweeted a photo promoting the episode, iLost My Mind, with the caption "#iLostMyMind when I found out what REALLY happens with Sam and Freddie!!! Ya gotta see this episode!" However, the photo shows a scene of Sam and Freddie standing in the elevator together in this episode.
- Dan tweeted a photo from the episode when he edited it.
- Freddie's shirt from the last scene was also the shirt he wore in iLost My Mind.
- iCarly tweeted "'Cuz we love you so much, we're gonna air a NEW iCarly! Watch iLove You Sat. @ 8PM and check out this sneak peek now! http://bit.ly/ilvyupromo " However, it is not a sneak peek. It is only a link to the first promo for this episode on iCarly.com.
- iCarly tweeted "Spencer has a GF or maybe more like a babysitter. Either way we can't focus on anything but his pj's. RT if u love 'em!"
- iCarly tweeted "Yep, this actually happened and you won't find out why until Saturday! But it'll be worth the wait!"
- iCarly tweeted "Sam's usually in jail alone but this time, EVERYONE'S locked up with her. She's happy... everyone else=not so much!"
- Sam's line "Diff'rent strokes Baby." may be a small reference to the 1980s sitcom Diff'rent Strokes.
- This episode only had one promo like the previous episode ICan't Take It.
- This was the second episode where Carly, Sam and Freddie aren't shown filming an episode of iCarly, the first being iBeat the Heat.
- Listen very carefully in the second scene when Spencer and Jenna are at the loft, because the song "Tell Me That You Love Me" from the Victorious episode "The Great Ping-Pong Scam" can be heard. Later, during the scene where Sam and Freddie apologize to each other, playing in the background is Jade and Cat's version of a song called "Give It Up" from the later episode "Freak the Freak Out."
- This is the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth time Nathan and Jennette have had an on-screen kiss thus far for iCarly. The first as Sam and Freddie in iKiss, the second as Freddie and Melanie in iTwins. They've also had to kiss twice for iOMG as Sam and Freddie, where Dan revealed they shot the kiss two different ways. Then, the one after that in iLost My Mind and twice in iDate Sam & Freddie and twice for iCan't Take It They kiss 3 times during this episode as well - not counting practice kisses or do-overs. Also it's the eighth, ninth, and tenth kiss for Sam and Freddie.
- If you look closely at the buttons for the elevator, it goes, from top to bottom, "R, 10, 8, G". R probably stands for roof and G for ground.
- Sam mentions Wendy in this episode, a character who hasn't been seen since iFight Shelby Marx. But was mentioned again in iToe Fat Cakes, as she is the person that Carly was about to call.
- The scene when Freddie says "I love you", as Sam was about to leave the elevator, and Sam says "I love you too," parallels the scene in IKiss, when Freddie jokingly says "I hate you" as Sam was about to leave the fire escape, and Sam says "Hate you too."
- The episode title has 8 letters and the official Seddie number is 8.
- Carly sounded like Cat from Victorious when she said "A cup of what?"
- Jerry Trainor has played three different age ranges for the show. First is the baby in IWon't Cancel The Show a child in this episode and adult as all episodes. In this episode he portrays Spencer acting as if he was ten years old again.
- The part of the scene were Sam and Freddie walk into the Seattle Penitentiary and the audience could clearly see the hams in Freddie's pants was edited out.
- This is the fourth time Freddie got kicked out of a club the first, second, and third times were in iMeet Fred, where he got kicked out the Matheletes, Ridgeway Jr. Bow & Arrow Club, and another unmentioned school club. In this episode he was kicked out of his Model Train Club, The Training Bros after Sam ruins their model trains.
- This episode is the second time it ends with Freddie and another girl have a mutual break up and share some kind of kiss (cheek or lips).
- When Freddie says, "Prisoners in my pants!", it could be a reference to when prisoners hid inside Spencer's Gigantic Pants sculpture in the episode iThink They Kissed.
- When Sam and Freddie are in prison, Freddie's jacket is the same one he wore in iSaved Your Life in the school scene
- Jenna treats Spencer like a 4 year old is similar to Freddie's mom that treat Freddie like a 5 year old In (iMove Out)
- Jenna Hamilton is also the name of the main protagonist on MTV's hit original series, Awkward.
- Gibby had a minor role in this episode.
- In the opening scene when Sam walks over to Carly and Freddie with one bite taken out of her soft pretzel. Towards the end of that scene two bites were taken out the soft pretzel yet Sam hadn't taken another bite out of it.
- Towards the end of the episode, after Sam and Freddie overhear Carly telling Spencer and Jenna they are not having a normal relationship, they (Sam and Freddie) walk up two flights of stairs to the iCarly studio on the 10th floor and get in the elevator. Then the elevator only appears to come down one floor and the doors open, they have a brief conversation about breaking up at midnight, then they go back into the elevator and they resume their elevator ride. There is a problem here, as the floor the elevator stops at is presumably the 9th floor where Carly's bedroom and bathroom are (there was certainly not enough time for the elevator to make it all the way down to the ground floor). However, as noted in "Trivia" above, the elevator only has four buttons - "R, 10, 8, G" - there is no button for the 9th floor.
Chaz: [threateningly, jokingly] You just be good to our little Sammy.... or we'll stab you... all over!
Freddie: [stares at Chaz scared]
Sam, Chaz, and Uncle Carmine: [laugh thinking the threat's funny]
Freddie: [laughs awkwardly and nervously; still scared by the threat]
Jenna: That movie is too scary for Spencer.
Spencer: No it's not!
Jenna: Movies like that give you nightmares.
Spencer: it's almost over..
Jenna: I said no
Jenna: That's it, go to bed!
Spencer: But I--
Jenna: [points to his room and yells] RIGHT NOW!
Carly: Well Your Kind of treating him like a child.
Sam: [to Carly] Hey Carls, [to Freddie] Hey Pretty Baby.
Freddie: Hey Lil' Samanther.
Jenna: I'm gonna tickle you! [to Spencer whilst also tickling him]
Spencer: Don't do it! [laughing]
Carly: Okay, This needs to stop right now.
Jenna: Isn't it past your bed time?
Carly: You're not the babysitter of me!
Carly: [to Sam and Freddie] Okay, so you guys aren't hanging out together today and you didn't see each other at all this weekend?
Sam and Freddie: [shake their heads no].
Sam: Um... nuh uh.
Carly: Isn't that kinda weird?
Freddie: No, we're just not into the same kinda things.
Sam: [to Carly] Diff'rent strokes baby.
Carly: But you're a couple now.
Sam: [glances to Freddie] So?
Carly: [to Sam] So part of dating it's you learning to like stuff he likes [to Freddie] and you learning to like stuff she likes.
Sam: [confused] Uh.
Freddie: [to Sam, pats her on the back] Well, I got another meeting with my Model Train Club on Wednesday night. Wanna come?
Sam: [leans over to Carly] Should I be polite and lie?
Carly: [to Sam] Yes.
Sam: [goes back over to Freddie] I'd love to Baby.
Freddie: [puts his arm around Sam] Aww, that's my little fibber.
Freddie: ... I love you. [walks up behind Sam, and smiles at her]
Sam: [stops walking; turns around; shrugs and smiles] I love you, too. [They then kiss on the lips]
Freddie: [After kissing, Freddie checks his Pear Phone] It's only 10:30.
Sam: Wanna break up at midnight?
Freddie: That works. [Sam and Freddie kiss as the elevator closes]
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- Full list of Guest Stars IMDB.com
- Gibby Annoys A Duck YouTube.com Danwarp, (May 27, 2011)
- Charlene Amoia's tweet Twitter.com (June 12, 2011)
- iCarly tweet Twitter.com (August 10, 2011)
- Dan's tweet working on the episode Twitter.com (September 9, 2011)
- RobSp1derp1g's iLove You review