Victorious: Season One – Volume One

Will remind you of the shows they used to air on Nickelodeon.  Back in the 90s these type of live-action shows were all over the network.  The kids of the most prestigious performing arts high school in the country perform in showcases, movie roles, plays, sing, dance, and act.  Hollywood Arts has some talented kids! Tori Vega and her classmates will quickly become some of your favourite performers on television.

Episode 1: Pilot (Extended Version): Tori’s (played by Victoria Justice) sister Trina (played by Daniella Monet) suffers an allergic reaction right before the Hollywood Arts big showcase and cannot sing so Tori has to step in.

Episode 2: The Bird Scene: In Sikowitz’s (played by Eric Lange) class Tori has a hard time mastering “The Bird Scene”.

Episode 3: Stage Fighting: While performing a stage fight Jade (played by Elizabeth Gillies) wrongfully accuses Tori of really hurting her.

Episode 4: Beck’s Big Break: Tori tries to figure out a way to get Beck’s (played by Avan Jogia) job back after accidentally getting him fired from a small role in a movie.

Episode 5: Tori the Zombie: Cat (played by Ariana Grande) convinces Tori to let her use her as a makeup model and it ends up with Tori looking like a zombie.

Episode 6: Jade Dumps Back: A jealous Jade dumps Beck then ends up regretting it and wants Tori to help her get him back.

Episode 7: The Birthweek Song: As a special birthday gift to Trina, Tori writes and performs a special song.

Episode 8: Robarazzi: Robbie (played by Matt Bennett) turns into a paparazzi as he exposes all his friends in their most embarrassing moments.

Episode 9: A Film by Dale Squires: Tori and the gang are working with one of the hottest young directors in the country on a short film.

Episode 10: Rex Dies: Rex (played by Jake Farrow) is rushed to the hospital by his friends after he is accidentally sucked into a large jet fan.

Special Features: Meet Tori Vega, Meet the Case, Music Videos: “Freak the Freak Out”, “Beggin’ On Your Knees”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*