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Season 3

33 :03x01 - The Breakfast Bunch

The gang tries to make the most of it as they are held in detention by the Vice Principal.
Guest Stars: Rob Riggle as Vice Principal Dickers |
Co-Guest Stars: Brandon Weaver as Panda |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex
Director: Steve Hoefer

34 :03x02 - The Gorilla Club

Being accused of playing her acting too safe, Tori attends the Gorilla Club, to take a risk and attempt one of the dangerous games.

Meanwhile, Robbie and Andre lose to Jade in a game of cards and are forced to do the Hammer dancer at her whim; Trina gets a new pair of fabulous but dangerous 10-inch platform shoes.
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Mikey Reid as Sinjin |
Co-Guest Stars: Erik Betts as Gorilla | Patrick Cox as Joe | Corinne Dekker as Kara | Selwyn Miller as D.J. | Jeff Staron as Reggie |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex |
Featuring: Kristy Lee Allan as Tori Stunt Double | Michael Alperin as Alan | Ryan Happy as Tough Teen #1 (credited as Ryan James Happy) | Sean Happy as Tough Teen #4 | Cassidy Hice as Car Stunt Double (credited as Cassidy Vick Hice) | Ryan Ryusaki as Tough Teen #3 | Alexandra Shipp as Aleese | Brandon Weaver as Gorilla Double | Webster P. Whinery Jr. as Tough Teen #2
Director: Steve Hoefer

35 :03x03 - The Worst Couple

Beck and Jade are fighting more than usual. The nature of their relationship is raised when they appear on Sinjin's game show and are voted the worst couple.

Meanwhile, Tori's pearphone is on the fritz, but refuses to get a new one before the new model comes out.
Guest Stars: Mikey Reid as Sinjin | Lane Napper as Lane |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex |
Featuring: Melissa Barker (1) as Trina Stunt Double | Perry Brown as Luther | Jennifer Carta as Holly Vega | Caden Michael Gray as Sinjin's Friend #1 | Ryan Happy as Beck Stunt Double | Dutch Hofstetter as Kid #1 | Courtney Hudson as Northridge Girl #1 | Jason Ryan Lovett as Harvey Goobenstien | Tina Mirka as Northridge Girl #2 | Kayla Rae as Northridge Girl #3 | Porter Smith as Kid #2 | Darsan Jordean Solomon as Burf | Myles Webb as Kid #3
Director: Adam Weissman

36 :03x04 - André's Horrible Girl

André's is dating a a spoiled, bossy girl, and no one likes her, including André who stays in the relationship because of her record producer father.

Meanwhile, Jade visits Cat on her dog-sitting job and accidentally breaks the owner's window with a priceless guitar.
Guest Stars: Susan Chuang as Mrs. Lee | Meagan Holder as Hope Quincy |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason E. Kelley as Shawn Quincy | Laird MacIntosh as Mr. Gibbons |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex |
Featuring: Stephen Chang (2) as Sushi Chef | Austen Parros as Paramedic | C.C. Taylor as Bodyguard | Toussaint Waterman as Trey Dirty
Director: Steve Hoefer

37 :03x05 - Car, Rain, and Fire

After hearing that her favourite classic TV actress has passed away and no one cared, Cat has Tori and Jade take her on a road trip to visit her San Diego home to pay her respects.

Meanwhile, Trina spreads rumours that Beck asked her out in order help her popularity. However, her plan soon comes back to bite her.
Guest Stars: Shirley Jones as Mona Patterson | Jim Pirri as David Vega |
Co-Guest Stars: Mel Fair as TV Reporter | Willow Geer as Marlene |
Featuring: Gabriel Benitez as Dancer #3 | Johnnie Duval as Bizzare Clown | Donte Essien as Dancer | Marissa Heart as Dancer #1 | Tetona Jackson as Dancer #2 | Khameron Lawrence as Dancer | Sonia Izzolena as Stunt Driver (credited as Sonia Jo McDancer) | Christina Sturgeon as Dancer #4 | Zachary Venegas as Dancer #7 | Jill Wilson as Dancer
Director: Russ Reinsel

38 :03x06 - Tori & Jade's Playdate

Sikowitz casts Tori and Jade as husband and wife, respectively. Not convincing, Sikowitz helps them by pitting the two together on a date.

Meanwhile, Cat and Robbie use the medium of song to help deliver bad news to people.
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Mikey Reid as Sinjin |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael C. Adrian as Alan (credited as Michael Adrian) | Steven Crowley as Chad (credited as Steve Crowley) | Darsan Jordean Solomon as Burf | Rodney To as Sushi Chef |
Uncredited: Lane Napper as Lane |
Featuring: Parker Contreras as Tanner | Bryce Foster as P.J. | Taylor Parks as Kara | Antonio Trischitta as Randy Bronson
Director: Adam Weissman

39 :03x07 - April Fools Blank

It's April's Fools Day, but Tori is surprised to find out that Hollywood Arts does not participate in one of the most creative and entertaining of holidays.
Special Guest Stars: Jerry Trainor as Spencer Shay | Drake Bell as Himself |
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Dennis Haskins as Mr. Belding | Mikey Reid as Sinjin |
Co-Guest Stars: Jay Brian Winnick as Mr. Drysdale |
Featuring: Mike Caron (1) as Himself | Rachel Ann Courtney as Lady Gaga Impersonator | Victor Fischbarg as Maurice the Waiter | Veronica McFarlane as Feeding Child | Darryl Reeves as André Double | Ryan Ryusaki as American Soldier | Jakob Salvati as Feeding Child | Adam Tait as American Soldier | Brandon Weaver as Lobster
Director: Russ Reinsel

40 :03x08 - Driving Tori Crazy

A movie shoot bloats Tori's car trek with Trina to school. Not wanting to endure the longer time with her sister's annoyances, Tori looks to find an alternative ride to school (aside from getting a driver's license like a normal teenage girl).

Meanwhile, Cat gets hooked on a coupon app.
Guest Stars: Jennifer Carta as Holly Vega |
Co-Guest Stars: Sloane Avery as Kimberly | Marcus Folmar as Dr. Rhapsody | Marilyn Harris as Andre's Grandmother | Darsan Jordean Solomon as Burf | Harlie Vaughn as Dana | Jona Xiao as Nina |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex |
Featuring: Lacianne Carriere as Little Girl #2 | Dayna Frintz as Dancer #2 | Tetona Jackson as Dancer #1 | Louanne Kelley as Old Woman | Rylan Lee as Little Girl #1 | Lainey Lipson as Girl #1 | Cammi Nevarez as Dancer
Director: Russ Reinsel

41 :03x09 - How Trina Got In

As Tori and Robbie are stuck at Nozu without any money to pay their bill, the others ponder how Trina could have passed her entry audition into Hollywood Arts due to her utter lack of talent.
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Susan Chuang as Mrs. Lee | Lane Napper as Lane | Mikey Reid as Sinjin | David Starzyk as Principal Eikner |
Co-Guest Stars: Née Léau as Kwakoo (credited as Ne'e Le'au) |
Featuring: Melissa Barker (1) as Teacher #2 | Lacianne Carriere as Little Girl #2 | John Dixon as Sikowitz Stunt Double | Ritsa Gountoumas as Opera Singer | Rylan Lee as Callie | Bethany Levy as Teacher #1
Director: Russ Reinsel

42 :03x10 - Tori Goes Platinum

When the students of Hollywood Arts auditions for a chance to perform at the Platinum Music Awards, Tori is chosen. However, the showrunners are more interested in grooming her image and try to transform her into that of a spoiled pop star.
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Jennifer Carta as Mom | Charles Shaughnessy as Mason | Noah Munck as Gibby | Mikey Reid as Sinjin | Jennifer Veal as Chelsea |
Co-Guest Stars: Ryan Alvarez as Quartet #4 | Anthony M. Bertram as Oliver | Colleen Ballinger as Miranda Sings | Joe Gieb as Josh | Joseph S. Griffo as Mark (credited as Joseph Griffo) | Darsan Jordean Solomon as Burf | Rod Keller as Marshall | Payson Lewis as Quartet #1 | David Malkoff as Rick | Bruce Merkle as Quartet #3 | Ryan Powers as Quartet #2 | Jamie Snow as Teenager #1 | Juliana Long Tyson as Sarah | Dinora Walcott as Gwyneth |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex |
Featuring: Lawrence Carroll as Electric Guitar | Steven Connor as Bud Alderman | Karen Dyer as Stage Manager (credited as Eva La Dare) | Catherine Lidstone as Backup Singer #2 | Mark Daviau as Paparazzi #1 | Michelle Delamor as Backup Singer #1 | Natasa Fontaine as Costumer | John Kubin as Drummer | Brian Maillard as Bass Guitar | Justin Mortelliti as Acoustic Guitar | Tyler Scheef as Backup Singer #3 | Brandon Weaver as Fake Policeman | Aubrey Wood as Keyboard Player
Director: Steve Hoefer

43 :03x11 - Crazy Ponnie

Everyone questions Tori's mental health when she makes friends with a meek girl who the others never see.

Meanwhile, Jade is out for blood after Cat goes overboard grooming her eyebrows.
Special Guest Stars: Jennette McCurdy as Ponnie |
Guest Stars: Eric Lange as Sikowitz | Jennifer Carta as Holly Vega | Lane Napper as Lane | Mikey Reid as Sinjin |
Co-Guest Stars: Clint Carmichael as Gary |
Uncredited: Jake Farrow as Rex
Director: Clayton Boen

44 :03x12 - The Blonde Squad

Wearing blonde wigs for Beck's film, Tori encourages the girls to go to Nozu with them. There, Cat hits off with a boy, but is afraid of what he'll think if he learns she isn't a real blonde.

Meanwhile, Andre tries to retrieve his grandmother's parrot who is on the loose.
Guest Stars: Mikey Reid as Sinjin | Max Carver as Evan |
Co-Guest Stars: Stephen Chang (2) as Sushi Chef | Ryan Greco as Reese | Caden Michael Gray as Abner | Darsan Jordean Solomon as Burf |
Featuring: Kayla Rae as Girl #1 | Courtney Hudson as Girl #2 | Tina Mirka as Girl #3 | Brad Nelson as Barton
Director: Steve Hoefer
Warning: Victorious guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Family | Music | Romance/Dating | Teens
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: nickelodeon ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: March 27, 2010
Ended: February 02, 2013
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