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Victorious: Terror on Cupcake Street

Sikowitz has the kids build him a float for a parade that will be on national television. Cat is chosen to come up with the theme and the float becomes a giant cupcake, slow-moving that ultimately breaks down in a very bad neighbourhood.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x11
Airdate: Saturday October 15th, 2011

Director: Steve Hoefer
Writer: Dan Schneider

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6/10 (1 Vote cast)
Guest Stars
Eric Lange
As Sikowitz

John Dixon
As Sikowitz Stunt Double

Jake Farrow
voiced Rex
Main Cast
Victoria Justice
As Tori Vega
Leon Thomas
As André Harris
Matthew Bennett (3)
As Robbie Shapiro
Elizabeth Gillies
As Jade West
Ariana Grande
As Cat Valentine
Avan Jogia
As Beck Oliver
Daniella Monet
As Trina Vega
Episode Quotes
(Sikowitz dismisses the class but the main cast)
Cat: Why did you make them leave?
Sikowitz: I don't know. They never talk.
Tori: Yeah. They just sit there and... react.

Cat: One time, my brother was in a parade, but he was inappropriate so the parade people called the police and now he's not allowed to be in parades... or be near horses.

Jade: (seeing Beck and Andre in candy jammies) They look adorable!
Tori: You know she wants all of us to wear them.
Jade: (to Cat) I will pop your head like a zit.
Cat: Graphic.

Episode Goofs
Jade bolts out of Sikowitz's class, but when it later cuts to a shot focusing on Cat, you can see Jade is still in the room.

Cultural References
The episode title is likely a reference to the horror film/franchise A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorDan Schneider
Executive ProducerDan Schneider
Warning: Victorious season 2 episode 11 guide may contain spoilers
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