Ten years after signing off of one of TV's most iconic shows, Carly, Spencer, and Freddie are back, navigating the next chapter of their lives, facing the uncertainties of life in their twenties.
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Carly gets an opportunity to audition for a reality adventure competition show with Spencer as her partner, but his competitive tactics create tension between the siblings. Harper styles a Hollywood Icons drag night while Freddie helps Millicent with her Model UN Tournament.
The episode was rated 6.64 from 39 votes.
A disgusted reaction from Carly is paired with Spencer's latest artwork to become a popular meme, giving Carly new viral fame but leaving Spencer feeling insulted and out for revenge. Millicent finds Freddie's troubling old social media posts, which gives her a brilliant idea.
The episode was rated 6.73 from 102 votes.
When Grandad comes to visit, Carly hires him as her assistant, while Spencer is determined to finally win his respect. Harper helps Freddie with his birth chart and is horrified to discover that they are a perfect match.
The episode was rated 6.93 from 43 votes.
Humiliated after being the target of a viral prank, Carly finds an outlet for her anger with Harper’s help, leading them both to an underground fight club for influencers. Spencer and Freddie help Millicent with a boy problem.
The episode was rated 7.03 from 33 votes.
Carly and Harper's search for a better workspace leads them to a private women's club where the leader is charismatic and demanding. Freddie enrolls Millicent in the Sunshine Girls, but she instead mobilizes the kids into workers for her cupcake empire.
The episode was rated 7.08 from 72 votes.
Carly Shay navigates the next chapter of her life, moving past a failed relationship and reinventing her web show. Spencer tries to impress Harper with his art.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 160 votes.
After enlisting Harper's help for a red-carpet event, Carly starts to doubt that Harper understands her best interests and questions their friendship. Meanwhile, Spencer goes to extraordinary lengths to get Freddie his first post-divorce date.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 91 votes.
Carly and the gang return to Webicon, where they run into a familiar face.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 61 votes.
Carly finds it refreshing to date a guy who's never seen her show, until she discovers his huge secret. Meanwhile, when Spencer accidentally blinds himself with pepper spray, he enlists Freddie to be his "guide dog."
The episode was rated 7.22 from 133 votes.
Carly's nemesis Nevel invites the group to his wedding, but Carly suspects that the bride isn't what she claims to be. Harper and Spencer wager on who can collect the most phone numbers at the wedding.
The episode was rated 7.25 from 87 votes.
Last updated: feb 08, 2023
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