Two-year-old Sorenne likes her SpongeBob SquarePants on the Nickelodeon Network when waking up, or some veg-out time.
Later in the programming day, Nick switches to teenage-oriented programming that involves a lot of singing and dancing and bad writing (it’s part of multimedia synergy).
I turned on the TV while prepping dinner yesterday and a show called iCarly appeared on Nick, with someone spreading salmonella and campylobacter throughout their kitchen. I recorded the show and changed the channel (the best thing about Central time is hockey games start at 6 p.m.).
The beginning of the iCarly episode, iWon’t Cancel the Show, shows Carly’s 26-year-old brother/guardian stuffing chicken for his hot date that evening.
In the photomontage attempted here, Spencer stuffs the chicken, answers his cell phone, hands it to sister Carly, who then grabs a water bottle and both proceed to touch everything else in the kitchen. Scene ends with cell phone ringing, stuffed in chicken (cue laughter).