While my kids are quite a bit young I know there are quite a few of you that do have older kids and I think they would be interested in the Victorious: The Complete Second Season DVD. My seven year old would probably enjoy this series as it is ok for younger kids, but well as you all know I try to keep them as “little” as I can for as long as I can so I watched this one myself (No laughing at me ;)) and even though it is meant for kids I found it to be a pretty good series (kinda brought me back to High School though).
The Victorious TV Series is about a teenager name Tori, who attends a very prestigious high school that puts a lot of attention on preforming arts. Even though she is talented she has always felt like she was the odd ball out in school and that the other students were more talented then she is. Her older sister and the new friends that she makes help her realize that she is meant to be a preformer and that while she does enjoy entertaining people it may also be what changes her life.
Kids of all ages can relate to this show because it is about figuring out where you belong I know my daughter had a hard time being in 3 different schools the past 2 years and it was not until she realized that even though she was the new kid more then she would like that she was not the only one that had to adjust to things she got much better at her school work and making new friends. Kids who are adjusting to new things in life can easily relate to this show and that finding new friends and people who care about you is what makes everything better.
There are 12 episodes on this DVD set:
Who Did It To Trina?
A big accident on the opening night of Tori’s directional debut sends Lane on a mission to find out what really happened.
Beggin’ On Your Knees
The cutest boy in school wants to perform a duet with Tori, but she finds out some shocking info about him. Is Tori having trust issues or is this guy bad news?
Ice Cream for Ke$ha
Tori has to be Trina’s assistant for a month, and the only way she can get out of it is by winning a private Ke$ha concert.
Tori rallies the gang to have a prom at Hollywood Arts, but the event ruins Jade’s art project and now she’s out for revenge.
Terror on Cupcake Street
While driving their giant cupcake float to the “Parade Parade,” the gang gets a flat tire in the middle of a bad neighborhood! Help, anyone?
Christopher Cane, the actor who plays Rex, hosts an in-depth look into the stars of Victorious, and their hilarious bloopers and outtakes.
Beck Falls For Tori
After exaggerating on her resume, Tori lands a job as a stunt double. Her stunt? To fall off a building!
Helen Back Again
When Principal Eikner leaves Hollywood Arts, the school hires a new principal who makes all the students re-audition in order to keep their spots.
Locked Up! (Parts 1 & 2)
Tori scores a free trip to Yerba for everyone, but the vacation goes from bad to worse when the gang ends up in prison.
Tori Gets Stuck
Jade wants Tori’s starring role in the school play. Meanwhile, Robbie gets rushed to the hospital. Is this another one of Jade’s schemes?
Tori Tortures Teacher
The kids take Sikowitz to the theater to celebrate his ten-year teaching anniversary, but something happens that sends Sikowitz into a deep depression.
Jade Gets Crushed
Andre spends time with Jade working on a song and ends up crushing on her!
You can find this DVD on Amazon and in local retailers near you.
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