NOTE: This is just my opinion. I'm not trying to further bum the Creddiers' joy. This was just based on a point that was made on that Creddie Vent blog that caused so much excitement. As always, feel free to disagree.

This is just a simple blog explaining why I don't think that Carly is acting OOC in iLMM by being happy for Sam and Freddie.

First of all, I know that Freddie was technically the one who broke up with Carly, and I'm not going to lie, she did look pretty hurt and upset. However, I do believe she moved on from it quickly. How do I know this? Well, just look at all the guys she's dated and has claimed to love, since then. There was Adam, and Steven, and even Cort, if you would want to count him.

Now, I know what you're thinking: Carly might just be dating all these guys to get over the pain of losing Freddie.

And you may be right. Nevertheless, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's out-of-character for her to be happy for her friends. Remember, Carly is a nice person. She's not going to hate on her best friend for dating her ex-boyfriend, even if it does secretly bother her.

Plus, she already freaked out when she first heard that they kissed. Since then, she has probably accepted the fact that Sam and Freddie may like eachother.

Also, remember that these are Dan's characters and that he can do whatever he wants with them. I could understand why people were upset about iSPT because that wasn't written by Dan; therefore, it's fair to say that it was out-of-character. On the other hand, with episodes like iKiss and iOMG, these are purely Dan's ideas because he wrote them.

Whether or not you agree with these ideas is another issue, but my point is, I don't think Carly is acting OOC in this particular instance.

Thoughts? Comments? Please discuss! xD

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