In the all-new "Sam & Cat" episode, "#PeezyB", Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) gets a job as the new assistant to the huge rap star Peezy B (Kel Mitchell). Meanwhile, Cat Valentine (Ariana Grande) finds babysitting much more challenging without Sam around to help.
Nickelodeon UK will also be airing a special "Kenan & Kel" marathon from 8:30pm on Monday 21st April 2014 to celebrate the UK debut of "#PeezyB", which will feature the episodes:
8:30pm - Mental Kel-Epathy
9:00pm - Dial O for Oops
9:30pm - Baggin' Saggin' Kel
10:00pm - Safe and Sorry
10:30pm - Ditch Day Afternoon
11:00pm - Who Loves Orange Soda?
11:30pm - Get The Kel Out Of Here
To further celebrate the brand-new episode of "Sam & Cat", Nickelodeon UK's press office has sent out a exclusive mailer to press outlets which features "#PeezyB"-branded Orange Soda made designed especially for the all-new episode! Each bottle of #PeezyB Orange Soda features a label with the episodes social media custom hashtag printed on it.
Tweeted (posted) by Nickelodeon UK's Press Office on their official Twitter profile page, @NickelodeonUKPR:
Who loves orange soda? We do and so will you! Kel's back on Nickelodeon in #PeezyB Monday 21st April pic.twitter.com/YAsQV7wVL2Also, Tweeted by Generation Media on their official Twitter stream, @GenMediaUK:
Delivery from @NickelodeonUK... @Iamkelmitchell is back on TV & we all know that Kel loves orange soda! #peezyb pic.twitter.com/ZJ12izfdEBThe all-new episode of "Sam & Cat" called "#PeezyB", reunites Kel Mitchell with "Sam & Cat" creator/executive producer Dan Schneider, who was a producer on the classic Nickelodeon sketch show "All That", in which Kel Mitchell played different characters, such as Ed the Good Burger Guy, Coach Kreeton, Repairman, Officer Colby (Cheese Police), Okrah, Clavis (Mavis and Clavis), Dr. K, Pasta Man, the hit 90's Nick sitcom "Kenan & Kel", in which Kel Mitchell played the orange soda loving Kel Kimble, and a writer and star of the popular Nickelodeon Movie "Good Burger", based on the popular "All That" sketch of the same name, in which he and Kel played Mr. Baily and Ed, respectively. Nickelodeon UK aired a selection of "All That" sketches in as "Comedy Zone" shorts as part of their Nickelozone programming block and as part of "Nick.Comedy".
"Aw, Here It Goes"!
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