Friday, February 24, 2012

Nickelodeon Premieres New Episodes This Weekend

Nickelodeon kicks off the weekend with a brand-new episode of its new series -- Fred: The Show – tonight, February 24, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT), plus all-new episodes of the hit live-action series Victorious and How to Rock on Saturday, February 25 .


Catch Nickelodeon’s new King of Funny this evening, February 24, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT), in a brand-new episodes of Fred: The Show. In the first half of the premiere, “Fred: The Teensitter,” Fred is very excited to secure his very first babysitting job even if it means taking care of his nemesis, Kevin, for an evening. Using a babysitting book as a guide, Fred is determined to be the best babysitter ever. In the second half of the premiere, “The Expired Cow,” Fred and Bertha successfully bake a cake together for their Home Economics class project and Fred celebrates by treating himself to cookies and milk. Unfortunately, the milk was spoiled and Fred begins to hallucinate that “The Expired Cow” is out to get him.


Then, buckle up as Tori, Cat and Jade hit the road in the Victorious premiere of “Car, Rain, and Fire” on Saturday, February 25, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT). After learning her favorite actress passed away, Cat talks Tori and Jade into driving two hours in a busted convertible to pay their respects. With a science project due, a rainstorm brewing and an irritable Jade in the driver’s seat, this journey could lead the girls to the path of nowhere. Shirley Jones (The Partridge Family) guest stars in this episode as Cat’s favorite actress Mona Patterson.


The laughs continue with a brand-new episode of How to Rock “How to Rock a Music Video” at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT). The Perfs’ new music video has gone viral, skyrocketing them to fame complete with a merchandising line at school. Not to be outdone, Kacey rallies Gravity 5 to make a video of their own. However, her bossy ways and stubbornness causes a rift in the group. Is this the end of Gravity 5 or will they continue to make beautiful music together? This episode features the song “Good Life” and The Perfs’ theme song, “Rules for Being Popular.”

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