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Yeah, like the people who didn't watch the episode don't know what happened already!
Like all other Seddiers, I was ecstatic to see Sam kiss Freddie for the second time. It was a shocker. And then the realisation hits - she must LOVE HIM! Every half hour, when the kiss suddenly springs to mind, I get all excited, like 'I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE DID THAT!'
All the fun in picking the end scene apart is useless now :) The Seddie kiss actually felt like a dream - it was weird - wonderful, perfect, but all the while something slightly scary. Maybe it was the fact that it was really late at night where I was, the rest of the house was silent and, yeah, SAM KISSED HIM!
I mean, she never showed any signs of liking him before iOMG, and it seems unlike her to do something like that. I'll say it again, and I'll keep saying it, I couldn't believe my eyes.
Well done, Dan Schneider, you seemed to have found your way back into everyone's good books.
By the way, my little sister, who is four, told me a really cute story this morning.
I came rushing downstairs, screaming "SEDDIE KISS! SEDDIE KISS! SEDDIE KISS!" and my sister looked at me and said.
"Once upon a time there was a girl called Sam Pocket [I know, wrong name, but she didn't know!] and she loved Freddie. They went to the park and they saw a big mouse, a little cat, and a purple butterfly! Sam said 'I love the fresh air!' and Freddie said 'Thank you'. Then they went home and had a dream. The end."
I taught her gooood.