The episode received just over 4.1 million views on its premiere date. They have Carly settle numerous disagreements between them, eventually annoying her by having her work out every single fight they have.
At a dinner date at Pini's, Carly eventually loses it and tells them off, saying that they shouldn't date if they aren't able to solve their own problems.
"Honestly, the only things that kind of bother me are more the people who will go on London’s stuff and say, 'I hate you, you’re horrible because Freddie's supposed to be with Sam,'" Kress added.
And there is a fine line between being jokingly upset about TV show characters' relationships, and actually projecting anger onto someone deemed "responsible." On the show, Freddie pined after Carly since the pilot, and their entire "more than BFFs" relationship culminated with Carly spontaneously kissing Freddie during one of the last scenes of the finale.
Sam: [turns to Freddie] This is not how boyfriends behave!
T-Bo: I can't believe I still don't have my 36 dollars!
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Whe she finds out he likes someone else, she really wants to know who it is.She also has a butter sock, which is a sock filled with butter, and used it numerous times.She has been arrested four times (three mentioned in i Meet Fred and once more in i Won't Cancel The Show)."Sometimes people have a little bit of trouble separating reality from a television show," Kress told MTV News when we sat down with the actor in our offices late last week.And in fact, after Kress and Moore announced their wedding, both of their instagrams were flooded with comments more about Kress' fictional relationships, than his real one.