Nov 12, 2013 05:43 PM EST | James Knight
The casts of iCarly and Victorious are getting back together for a very special episode of Sam and Cat. While the cast might be reuniting, Jennette McCurdy is revealing herself on Twitter. The 21-year-old actress has been talking an awful lot about being nude on a major social networking site.
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Last month, Jennette McCrudy posted a Vine titled, "Guess who's guest starring on this Sam & Cat special!!" The Vine features McCrudy comically mixing up Liz Gillies and Nathan Kress. McCrudy also jokingly calls actor Matt Bennett, Andy Samberg--a comparison that was made often in Victorious.
J-14 offer a plot summery for the episode's plot, reading:
"When Sam meets Cat's friend Jade from Hollywood Arts, Sam and Jade become friends, leaving Cat feeling a little left out. Taking some questionable advice from Nona, Cat decides to retaliate by 'stealing' a friend of Sam's--and it's Freddie Benson! As Cat tries to get cozy with Freddie, Sam finds out and goes after a friend of Cat's--Robbie Shapiro! The jealousy comes to a crashing climax at Fisherman's Wharf, where Dice has hired Sam to jump her motorcycle over a tank full of vicious man-biting tuna."
iCarly's main star, Miranda Cosgrove, is not expected to appear in the episode, however, she and McCurdy remain close friends. Recently, McCurdy tweeted a couple of videos of her hanging it out with her former co-star.
McCurdy, like any other 20-something, appears to be addicted to Twitter. She even addresses her addiction in a tweet:
"Sometimes I worry about tweeting too much but I don't worry enough to not tweet as much."
McCurdy, however, might be revealing too much on the social networking site. She often talks about being nude online. One example of this was when she tweeted, "lying naked in my bed eating a microwave churro. #fashion"
The actress dawned a low-cut white tank top and poured sauce all over her breasts, in a Vine titled "When I'm wearing a black shirt..."
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