|Season 3, Episode 2|
October 1, 2006
A shocking ending from "Surprise" leads to yet another plot twist. Chase's girlfriend, Rebecca, seems really sweet until she demands Zoey to stay away from Chase. After Chase learns about this, he must make a decision: dump Rebecca or stop being friends with Zoey. Meanwhile, Quinn is helping Logan with his free throws in basketball, but tricks him into doing silly stuff as revenge for him calling her a spaz such as first, makes him chase a chicken. Second is catching rapid shooting tennis balls. The most embarassing part for Logan, makes him wear an orange dress with pink high heels around the whole entire campus of PCA.
- Jamie Lynn Spears as Zoey Brooks
- Sean Flynn as Chase Matthews
- Victoria Justice as Lola Martinez
- Christopher Massey as Michael Barrett
- Erin Sanders as Quinn Pensky
- Matthew Underwood as Logan Reese
- Paul Butcher (Dustin Brooks) did not appear in this episode.
- Zoey calling Rebecca a skunkbag is what Yooka called the girl Drake was hitting on in the Drake and Josh episode, "We're Married."
- When Chase asks Zoey for a grape, the green ones are on the left side and the red ones are on the right. In the next shot the bowl is turned, switching the colored grapes. It is then seen the original way.
- Toonjuice.com actually leads to iCarly.com.
- Michael said Chase sent Zoey the text message telling her his feelings for her a week before summer. However, he actually sent it at the end of Spring Break.
- When Chase goes to talk to Zoey at the end of the episode, a girl can be seen walking down the staircase behind him. As she nears the bottom the camera flips over to Zoey. When it returns to Chase, she is back at the top of the stairs walking down again. Then, as Chase sits down, she walks down the stairs for a third time.
- When Chase goes to talk to Zoey, before she closes her laptop, you can see she is on the iCarly website.
- In the first episode it shows that Logan is an excellent Basketball player and a good shooter but in this episode it shows he has a hard time shooting the ball.
- This is the first of two episodes that is a continuation from the previous episode, the second being Trading Places.