One Direction Is Flawless (& Hysterical) On 'iCarly'

Sun, April 8, 2012 2:17am EST by 27 Comments
One Direction iCarly

The only thing we wanted was MORE! The episode felt so short!

One Direction made its acting debut tonight on Nickelodeon’s hit show, iCarly — and even though they played themselves, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan all did a phenomenal job.

Titled “iGo One Direction,” the episode was simple enough, but we couldn’t believe how fast the time flew by. In case you didn’t watch, here’s what happened:

Carly comes back from a trip with jungle worms, only to find out One Direction has agreed to perform on her show. The only problem is, Harry drinks from Carly’s water and contracts her illness, which leads to her taking care of him. He loves the attention so much, he exaggerates his sickness and, of course, all his bandmates catch on to his act. They elect Gibby as Harry’s replacement, which doesn’t sit well with him at all, so he quickly gets over his “illness” and rejoins the group.

All of that is pretty funny, but our favorite moment has to be at the end when Sam practically attacks Zayn and drags him into the elevator with her — and he doesn’t look too disappointed to be there…that’s for sure!

In addition to their funny asides and plot line, the boys also sang their hit single, “What Makes You Beautiful,” (making everyone watching swoon)!

What did you think of the highly anticipated One Direction episode of iCarly? Did it live up to everything you hoped it would be? Sound off below!

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