"What's that supposed to mean?"
|Hair Color:||Red (dyed)|
|Height:||5'0" (153 cm)|
|Aliases:||Cat (mostly everyone)|
Little Red Thing
|Family & Friends|
|Family:||Uncle Jesse (uncle) |
Two Uncles (unnamed)
Cousin Jesse (cousin)
Cat's Brother (brother)
Mrs. Valentine (mother)
Mr. Valentine (father)
|Friends:||Jade West (Best Friend)|
Tori Vega (Best Friend)
Sinjin Van Cleef
Evan Smith (ex-boyfriend)
Robbie Shapiro (Love interest)
Gabriella (one-sided on Cat's end)
|Education:||Hollywood Arts High School|
Playing Pirates with Robbie
|Portrayed By:||Ariana Grande|
Catarina "Cat" Valentine is one of the eight main characters on Victorious. She is known as a ditzy, bubbly, cheerful, and dimwitted person who rarely gets angry, although she is very sensitive. She is Jade and Tori’s best friend and Robbie's love interest. She is also the only girl at Hollywood Arts that Rex doesn't hit on.
She is portrayed by Ariana Grande.
- 1 Biography
- 1.1 Season One
- 1.1.1 Pilot
- 1.1.2 The Bird Scene
- 1.1.3 Stage Fighting
- 1.1.4 The Birthweek Song
- 1.1.5 Jade Dumps Beck
- 1.1.6 Tori the Zombie
- 1.1.7 Robarazzi
- 1.1.8 Survival of the Hottest
- 1.1.9 Wi-Fi in the Sky
- 1.1.10 Beck's Big Break
- 1.1.11 The Great Ping Pong Scam
- 1.1.12 Cat's New Boyfriend
- 1.1.13 Freak the Freak Out
- 1.1.14 Rex Dies
- 1.1.15 The Diddly-Bops
- 1.1.16 Wok Star
- 1.1.17 The Wood
- 1.1.18 A Film by Dale Squires
- 1.1.19 Sleepover at Sikowitz's
- 1.2 Season Two
- 1.3 Season Three
- 1.4 Season Four
- 1.4.1 Wanko's Warehouse
- 1.4.2 The Hambone King
- 1.4.3 Opposite Date
- 1.4.4 Three Girls and a Moose
- 1.4.5 Cell Block
- 1.4.6 Tori Fixes Beck and Jade
- 1.4.7 One Thousand Berry Balls
- 1.4.8 Robbie Sells Rex
- 1.4.9 The Bad Roommate
- 1.4.10 Brain Squeezers
- 1.4.11 The Slap Fight
- 1.4.12 Star Spangled Tori
- 1.4.13 Victori-Yes
- 1.1 Season One
- 2 Sam & Cat
- 3 Appearance
- 4 Personality
- 5 Relationships with Other Characters
- 6 Cat's PearProducts
- 7 Songs
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Gallery
- 10 References
In Pilot, Cat is first seen when she meets Tori. Then she appears in the lesson of improv in Sikowitz's class. At last, she goes for Tori and André when they get out of the class, later cheering at Tori kissing Beck. This is the first episode that she has her hair in its natural curls.
In The Bird Scene, she is first seen in Sikowitz's class and then when Tori gives her several Red Hot Candies and handcuffs her to a railing, telling Cat that she will not give her water unless she tells her the secret to The Bird Scene. Later, she is proud of Tori completing the bird scene and loves Tori’s new locker a lot.
In Stage Fighting, a teacher announces that each student in the class will be paired with a partner for a stage fighting project. The teacher demonstrates on Cat, as an example of how a fake punch is, which really involves sound effects. Then she is paired up with Beck. At last, Cat gets tired of Robbie trying to go out with Trina, so she explains to Robbie that you can't just assume that you are dating from a stage kiss. She also explains that you can fake passion through acting, which she demonstrates by kissing him. It doesn't work, as Robbie is now interested in Cat; he asked Cat to meet his parents directly after the kiss.
In The Birthweek Song, Robbie attempts to teach his inept grandmother how to use the internet. Stressed out with repeated calls from his grandmother, Robbie invites a friend to come to Mamaw Shapiro's house that night, in which Cat accepts. It turns out that Mamaw openly dislikes Cat, especially her unnatural hair color. She also thinks that Robbie and Cat are dating. Upset with Cat, Mamaw introduces Robbie to Brenda, a shy girl who is apparently more Robbie's "style". At Mamaw's apartment the next night, Robbie brings Cat again. Cat and Mamaw repeatedly argue, causing Robbie to burst with anger on the inside and cut the cord to his Mamaw's computer. Robbie then makes up a lie that the computer company canceled the internet so he and Cat don't have to go to Mamaw's house anymore. After that incident, Robbie grabs Cat's hand and pulls her out of Mamaw's apartment.
Jade Dumps Beck is the first time where Cat is absent.
In Tori the Zombie, Cat asks Tori if she could turn her face into a terrifying monster so she will not fail her makeup class. With much force, Tori reluctantly agrees. At Tori's house that night, Cat makes a gray monster mask and glues it to Tori's face, using Grizzly Glue, which stated by Trina, "is an industrial cement". With major ferocity, Tori asks what Cat was thinking. It turned out that Cat was caught by the "adorable" little grizzly bear logo on the front of the glue bottle. Trina calls the doctor, and Cat calls the glue company. The doctor doesn't turn out to be a lot of help, but the glue company tells Cat that the solvent isn't sold in stores, but is sold at the factory in Bakersfield. Trina and Cat agree to drive to Bakersfield and pick up the solvent, hoping to get Tori's hideous face back to normal. On the way there, Trina and Cat face many obstacles. For example, being stopped by the police and getting yelled at by Tori. They make things worse by stopping for ice cream, interfering with the time that they got back. Tori eventually doesn't have a choice and has to start the play with the mask on. Eventually, the girls signal Tori to come offstage. The girls use fiddling knives and the solvent to scrape the mask off Tori's face. Eventually, it works, in which Tori goes back onstage.
In Robarazzi, Tori and her friends are eating lunch. Cat comes to the table, very enthusiastic about a snow-making machine she got from an airplane catalog called "Sky Store". Cat explains how she got the magazine while visiting her "uncle and uncle" in San Francisco. Cat becomes obsessed with "Sky Store", and buys most of its products. (To see the "Sky Store" known products, see Sky Store.) Someone from Robarazzi taped Cat receiving an order. She received one package when the mailman was supposed to give her two. When she found out the guy was taping her, she got mad and walked away. Near the end of the episode, Beck rips up Cat's "Sky Store" catalog for her own safety. Cat acts very upset, but when Beck, André, and Tori leave, Cat takes a spare catalog out of her backpack. She sees Sinjin and asks if he has a girlfriend, to which he responds 'no', and then she asks if he has a credit card, and when he says he does, Cat suggests that Sinjin calls her some time. Sinjin responds by excitedly saying he'll go buy a phone.
In Survival of the Hottest, a heat wave hits the Los Angeles Area, and the students at Hollywood Arts are looking for a way to cool off. After Robbie reveals that it is a lot cooler in Venice Beach, Beck suggests the gang to head to Venice Beach and volunteers to take everyone there in his Airstream RV, which his father purchased from a rapper named Fat Biscuit. Once there, Cat leaves to find a bathroom, while the rest of the gang stay back to get their beach stuff ready. When they try to leave, the door won't open because a 7,000 pound Class A motor home has been parked right next to it. At first, the gang thinks it's no big deal, since Cat was only going to the restroom, and they think she will come back very soon and let them out. However, after Cat uses the bathroom, she meets a group of hot guys who ask her to hang out. Initially reluctant, she agrees to goof off and hangs around with the guys, unknowingly leaving her friends trapped in the RV. The gang attempts to call Cat's cell phone, but they get no response. When Cat comes back, everyone is relieved and runs out of the R.V. The cooler in Beck's truck is opened, and everyone grabs a water bottle. Cat asks why they didn't open the door, and Beck begins to explain when they all realize that the van that blocked them had left without them knowing it.
In Wi-Fi in the Sky, after learning that her flight from San Diego to Los Angeles won't get back to L.A. until 11:14 PM, Tori opens a video chat with André (who is staying at his grandmother's house because of her fear of the changing numbers on her digital clock) and asks if they should work on their script project via video chat. She then adds Cat and Beck when they come online. The assignment is to make a seven-to-ten page script involving a mystery, three characters, and a plot twist. When they get started on the project, Cat soon gets distracted by the video effects they have, such as the rainbow effect. While the rest of the group continues to think of ideas, everyone except Tori eventually gets distracted with the video effects as well. When Cat once again starts playing around with the special effects (changing her face into a cherry pie), Tori finally snaps and yells at her, telling her that she's not helping and to grow up. After hearing this, Cat starts to cry and signs off.
In Beck's Big Break, Tori and Cat go back to the studio to get Beck his job back because he got fired, and encounter Otis, a dumb security guard easily fooled by Cat, and thinking Tori is named Crystal Waters. Also, Robbie has problems with Rex, and Cat suggests Robbie should talk to Lane about his problems.
In The Great Ping Pong Scam, Tori asks Robbie, André, and Cat to hang out after school, but they say that they can't because they have ping pong practice. Tori doesn't believe them and insists on joining the team. They tell her she has to talk to Jade, the team captain, who then denies Tori admittance to the team. Lane tries to straighten things out, and after Tori shows them the rules for joining sports teams from TheSlap, she gets her chance to try out. She plays and beats everyone including Cat (extremely easily in Cat's case), but Jade still tells her that she can't join. When everyone later defies Jade and lets Tori on, she joins them at Maestro's, saving them all from legal trouble after Robbie overindulges on caviar and makes the bill too costly.
In Cat's New Boyfriend the episode starts as Daniel and Tori meet again and it is revealed that they used to date a year ago. Beck and Jade come by and learn of Tori and Daniel's past and that he is now dating Cat Valentine. Jade finds this incredibly amusing and tries to make things awkward for Tori. Awkwardness abounds as Tori tells Cat the truth about her and Daniel. Cat is surprised but she is assured by both Tori and Daniel that she shouldn't feel bad about dating Daniel as the two seem to be completely over each other. The next day, Danny appears during lunch at the Asphalt Café. Jade brings up the Kickback, a Saturday night party at Hollywood Arts. Tori's jealousy over Cat and Danny's relationship increases after the two make plans to go to the Kickback together, much to Jade's amusement. Tori also feels envious of Cat after she presents Danny with brownies she has baked. He enjoys Cat's dessert immensely, despite the fact that he told Tori while they were dating that he didn't like brownies (after she presented him with ones she had made). Tori leaves the table with a brownie in her mouth, possibly in jealousy. Tori sees Danny and Cat kissing at the Kickback, and she overreacts by spraying cheese on them. She runs off, humiliated. Tori goes to apologize to both Cat and Danny, although Danny's apology gets out of hand as Danny and Tori kiss. Cat catches them, and she is shocked at first, then she begins to cry and quickly leaves. Tori keeps trying to talk to Cat in order to explain why she did what she did and to apologize, although Cat is avoiding her. Cat and Tori finally talk, although Tori has to drag her by her foot to the janitor's closet, just to get her to listen. Tori admits that what she did was wrong, and that she didn't do it because she had feelings for Danny but rather because she felt jealous that he and Cat seemed so happy compared to how the two of them had been a year ago. Cat punches Tori after the latter says, "If I were you, I'd punch me right in the face." Cat and Tori make up, however, and Tori isn't hostile towards Cat for hurting her because she believes that she deserved it. Cat takes Tori to the hospital as her nose is bruised badly. Tori has to be X-Rayed, and she and Cat discover that everyone who got their feet "smoothed" are in the hospital, as they've contracted a virus that attacks the nervous system from the fish saliva, which is toxic and full of bacteria. The doctor and nurses, however, agree that everyone's feet are, in fact, very smooth.
In Freak the Freak Out, Cat and André are doing a scene in acting class in the Blackbox Theater, but Tori's phone interrupts the scene which Sikowitz finishes. At the end of an acting class, Sikowitz asks for the class to share their plans for the weekend. Sikowitz points out that Robbie has no plans. Robbie scoffs but then admits that he doesn't. Rex says that he will be "partying'" with a couple of Northridge girls. Cat tells everyone (despite bored looks on her classmates' faces) that she and Jade are going to a new karaoke club in Los Feliz, Karaoke Dokie, since they have singing competitions on weekends. At the Karaoke contest, Cat and Jade bring Beck and André with them. When Jade steps away to get a soda, two girls, Hayley Ferguson and Tara Ganz, flirt with Beck and André. When Jade shows up, Hayley and Tara refuse to back down. Tara points out André's Hollywood Arts jacket, which Hayley calls a "school for wannabes". They challenge Cat and Jade to a sing-off. Hayley and Tara are up first and sing Number One by Ginger Fox, and it's shown that they're not particularly talented singers. Cat and Jade sing Give It Up next, and make their school proud by showing off how well they can sing in comparison to Hayley and Tara. The crowd enjoys Cat and Jade's song more, but when the owner of the karaoke club comes out to announce the winner, Hayley and Tara win. It's revealed that Hayley and Tara won because the karaoke club owner is Hayley's dad. Beck, Jade, André, and Cat all try to challenge his opinion, but even with other crowd members booing his call, it only results in Cat and Jade being banned from ever singing there again. The gang, furious, declare that they're leaving immediately...but not without finishing their food. Furious that Hayley and Tara cheated, Jade makes up a scheme involving Tori. The next day, the girls leave André, Beck, and Robbie to take care of Trina, and get their plan underway. Jade and Cat show up while Hayley and Tara are singing "Hate Me Love Me" by Ginger Fox. They bet Hayley and Tara that anyone in the place could impress the audience more, so Hayley and Tara picks a hideous girl named Louise Nordoff to compete against (who is actually Tori in disguise), thinking that this "Ugly Betty" will lose easily. If Hayley and Tara win, they get to make out with Beck, and if they lose, they have to take care of Trina, whom Cat and Jade know will be torture to work with. However, Tori surprises everyone (apart from Cat and Jade, who know about the plan), especially Hayley and Tara, by taking off her ugly girl disguise and revealing her true self, including her song Freak the Freak Out. The audience loved Tori more than Hayley and Tara.
In Rex Dies, Cat is helping with the lights for the play, but when Tori accidentally turns on the Turblow Jet and it sucks Rex in, Tori, Cat, Jade, and Beck bring Rex to the hospital. At the hospital, Jade tells Cat to talk to the receptionist. She does as Jade says and ends up in the mental ward, as the receptionist believes she's crazy. One of the doctors then says they should call in a specialist when Cat scratches her nose with her feet.
In The Diddly-Bops, Cat is part of The Diddly-Bops and the only one who is enthusiastic about it. When she later books a second performance at the Green Meadow Mall, Cat is forced to replace her co-stars which results in them being attacked by the audience who thinks they're imposters despite Cat's protests of being an original.
In A Film by Dale Squires, a popular film director, Dale Squires, comes to Hollywood Arts to direct a short film. The gang and some other students at the school get the opportunity to direct a short film with Dale. They convert a one-act play Beck wrote into the script for the movie. Jade, Cat, and Beck act in the movie, while Tori helps direct it, and André edits it. They film the movie at Tori's house. During the filming, Dale Squires does not do any of the work. He constantly shows up late, and ignores everyone, simply playing with his laptop,
snacking, and chatting on his phone. When the movie premieres, it is a big hit. The gang discovers that Dale takes all the credit. They go to the McMurphy show, and André's cousin Kendra is supposed to put on an act and ruin his image. But right before that, he gives Tori and the gang credit for the film. They feel bad and try to stop her, but André's cousin exposes him as a cheater. Ashamed they leave to get waffles.
In Sleepover at Sikowitz's, Sikowitz hosts a sleepover party so that the kids can learn about method acting. Whoever breaks character before the next morning is immediately eliminated from the party and is banished from his house forever. The students choose each other's characters for them. Cat's persona (created by Beck) works as an 80's comedian who's very annoying. Sikowitz's nephew Jason then enters from another room, and Tori (in character, a police officer obsessed with Raisin Bran that wears a lot of red lipstick) flirts with him. When Jason mentions he'll be going to the Moxi to see a movie with his friends, Cat breaks character voluntarily in order to go with him. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Vega are trying to celebrate their anniversary by watching a sad and romantic movie, but are interrupted by all the eliminated students (first Robbie, then Cat and Jason, then André, then Jade), all of whom, for reasons unknown, find the film super hilarious.
In Beggin' on Your Knees, Cat begins getting calls from North Star, an emergency help line for people that have been in car accidents. Believing that she is really helping, she continues to take the calls, but never really gets the paramedics to come to anyone in need.
In Beck Falls for Tori, Cat loves her new Costume Designer class and is making many different outfits like Little Bo Beep, Superhero, Sikowitz, and a secret agent. She also has the talent to find out people's exact measurements since she designed an exact replica look for Beck.
In Ice Cream for Ke$ha, Cat helps Tori to stop being Trina's assistant by winning a contest going on to find the letters that spell "KE$HA" and win a free private concert along with Beck, André, and Robbie.
In Prom Wrecker, Robbie asks Cat out to Prome but she rejects him because Tug already asked her. Robbie was hurt but he believed her, but when Rex convinced him, he thought that Cat was lying and got angry. Robbie confronted Cat twice about it and left Cat upset right before Tug came and showed off his hat. The plot line between Robbie and Cat was never really resolved after that.
In Helen Back Again, Cat auditions again for Hollywood Arts by doing a short acting scene, then juggling, then singing a very fast, short song whilst dancing. She, along with the others, passes her audition, though she seems to have come the closest to failing.
In Who Did It to Trina?, Tori directs a play and is forced to cast Trina as the major lead (because Trina took her doll and told her she would only give it back if she could be the lead). On opening night, Trina's harness breaks and she falls, and the set crashes down on her. Questions then arise about whether the mishap was truly an accident or intentional. Lane finds out that the harness had been cut, and calls Jade, André, Tori, Cat, Robbie, and Rex to his office to try to figure out what really happened. Robbie says that Cat could have done it, because she was mad at Trina for flirting with him. Cat didn't really know what happened to Tori and Trina, but she talked about the "I Love Sushi" episode of Drake & Josh.
In Tori Tortures Teacher, it is Sikowitz’s ten year teaching anniversary at Hollywood Arts, and the gang tries to help him celebrate by taking him to a theater. As well as this, Trina runs into a hot senior named Shawn Becker, who she tries to make a pizza for to impress him. She and Cat take a frozen pizza from the Vega residence and disguise Trina as a pizza delivery girl. The first time, he refuses to eat it because he is allergic to bell peppers; and the second, Trina finds out he has a girlfriend. She gets mad, and ends up throwing the pizza against the wall. Later on, Cat, and Jade try to help get Sikowitz a new girlfriend by auditioning in a little scene.
In Jade Gets Crushed, Robbie tries to help Tori prepare for her Tech Theater Test by teaching her how to use tech equipment and practicing with her using cutouts of Cat (which she finds out about by "bouncing" into the room while they are practicing). Cat wears Jupiter Boots and constantly bounces around, laughing throughout the entire episode.
In Terror on Cupcake Street, Sikowitz, Cat, and the gang about a big parade, and that he wants them to make a float for them, and perform in. Through an app on Robbie's PearPad, Cat is randomly chosen to pick the theme for the float. She decides she wants to make a cupcake float, and the gang stays up almost all night building it. When they try to reach the "Parade parade" however, the float breaks down on a deserted street full of thugs. Tori, however, manages to find help to fix the float though the gang lost Sikowitz.
In A Christmas Tori, Cat is Jade's Secret Santa and buys her a new pair of scissors from a scary movie. Robbie is Cat's Secret Santa and gets her a cotton candy cart and a man that follows her around for a week, which she loves and thanks him by giving him a big hug and a kiss on the cheek. Tori is André's secret Santa, but has no idea what to get him. At first, she makes him a miniature ceramic guitar, but she decides it's not good enough after seeing Robbie's gift for Cat. Then, Jade, who is Tori’s Secret Santa, gives Tori the idea to do her own take on André's song, which he got a D on, as her gift, along with Cat. Hoping to impress the teacher, Anthony, and show him that André's song is worth a better grade, they perform the song, It's Not Christmas Without You, at school. Eventually, André joins in and sings with them as well. André's music teacher gives him an A after hearing the song.
In The Breakfast Bunch, the Vice Principal, Mr. Dickers, gives Tori, Robbie, Cat, André, Beck, and Jade detention on a Saturday because Robbie was choking on a pretzel and they were late to a class. He takes away their PearPhones and forces them to sit in the library all day. They ask Mr. Dickers what's for lunch, and he says that he has a plate of tuna. They decided to call Trina and have her sneak tacos into Tori's locker, and Jade wastes no time going over to harass Cat about the fact that she has never eaten a taco and keeps telling her to admit she is a vegan. Tori gets her to stop by threatening to unfriend her on TheSlap. They end up sneaking out to go get the tacos, but they are constantly almost spotted by Mr. Dickers. Tori decides to distract Mr. Dickers so the others can get back to the library. Mr Dickers catches her while she is singing Make it Shine very loudly and locks her in the janitor's closet, but she escapes through a clearly marked passageway. In the library, Jade accuses Robbie of being vegan because he's not eating his taco, and Cat and Robbie try a taco for the first time. André begins to dance while taking off his shirts. They also talk about their parents and question whether or not they will end up like them someday. Tori also reveals that she can shoot a bow and arrow with her bare feet. After they have a good time dancing in the library, Beck and André help Robbie change his appearance by straightening Robbie's hair; when Robbie shows Cat his hair they both crawl across tables to each other in a romantic fashion, then Robbie touches Cat's nose. Cat gives Robbie her chewed bubblegum, which he then puts in his mouth.
In The Gorilla Club, She is seen in The Gorilla Club and playing poker with the gang. She rides the bunny and Cat proves surprisingly adept at the eponymous club, completing the Balls of Pain without getting a scratch.
In The Worst Couple, Sinjin invites everyone to a rehearsal for his new couples' game show, called "Queries For Couples". However, when they get there, and the show is about to start, the producer who is in charge is not happy with the couples Sinjin chose because of their looks. Desperate to go on with the rehearsal, Sinjin asks André, Cat, Robbie, Tori, Beck, and Jade to compete. They are coupled off, the pairs being André and Cat, Robbie and Tori, and Beck and Jade. When Sinjin tries to ask Beck and Jade a question, they start arguing. This causes them to get a bad score, and they get voted "The Worst Couple". This causes them to question their relationship. Beck drags Jade into the janitor's closet to discuss this with her, and they drag Cat into their fight.
In André's Horrible Girl, Jade has no one to hang out with due to her and Beck's break-up, she invites herself to join Cat, who is dog-sitting for her mom's wealthy boss. She makes Cat think that them spending time together was her idea, and posts on TheSlap that she has a date to make Beck jealous. However, while there, Jade starts touching a lot of things, such as a human skull and Elvis Presley's signed guitar that the owner has hanging from the ceiling. The hanging fixtures on the guitar abruptly, snap after Jade messes with it, breaking the instrument into two pieces and also shattering a window. Cat then calls Robbie to come over and fix it and he brings Beck with him. They call a window repair company, and the guitar and window are fixed. Robbie then goes to check out the antique human skull Jade was looking at earlier. Jade tells him to put it back and they fight over the it, but the skull ends up falling out of their hands and breaking the glass coffee table. Moreover, the guitar falls from the ceiling again. Cat begins to cry, thinking they will get in a lot of trouble, and the boss of Cat's mom rings the bell, asking to come in since he forgot his key. Cat, still sad and worried, responds with a "Kay-kay" and pushes the button, which opens the door. Suddenly the 2012 California Earthquake occurs and more things break. The boss comes in and asks if everyone is alright, thinking that all the damage is caused by the earthquake, and is glad that Coober (the puppy) is fine. Cat is about to tell him to the truth, but Jade, Robbie, and Beck subtly convince her against it.
In Car, Rain & Fire, Cat reads on the internet that her favorite actress Mona Patterson had passed away, so she, Tori, and Jade go to San Diego to honor her, with disastrous results. After driving Cat's brother's convertible through a horrible rainstorm with a broken top, they stop at a gas station only to find a bag of fake feet in the trunk of the car, which causes Cat to state that her brother is "weird." They are also confronted by a crazed clown before driving off in the car. They arrive at Mona's home to discover that she did not die; she was joining a TV show called The Dead (so it would all sound like "Mona Patterson joins The Dead"). Mona then proceeds to spray the girls with a squirt gun and send them off. When Cat stays over at Tori's house, there is a news report about Cat's candle causing a fire at Mona Patterson's house, in which they stated that Mona said something about a "cat with red fur". Tori quickly changes the channel.
In Tori & Jade's Play Date, Sikowitz asks Cat and Robbie to give his neighbor, Tanner, bad news as sweetly as possible, so they sing the news to him. Afterwards, various students ask Cat and Robbie to sing bad news songs to people to deliver bad news without making them too sad. Even though it worked for Tanner, Beck and another kid, it didn't work for Trina, who smashes Robbie's guitar after he and Cat tell her that her date stood her up.
In April Fools' Blank, It's April Fool's Day and in a parody of The Wizard of Oz (called "The Wizard of Wazz"), Cat, as Dorothy, comes into the ladies' restroom with the video in sepia. She puts her fish, Tofu, down, before opening a window to which a fan is attached. She accidentally hits herself against a stall, and is knocked out. With the video now in color, Cat, aka Dorothy, wakes up. Tori, as Glinda, or the Good Witch of the North, comes out of a stall. She sees that Cat has a ruby-colored PearPhone XT. With that, Jade, as the Wicked Witch, comes out of a stall, which bursts open with red smoke. She tries to grab the PearPhone, but it shocks her electrically. Then Jade leaves, speaking her stage directions. With Tori happily following, Tori suggests Cat should "take a wazz." When Cat is confused, Robbie the Scarecrow, André the Lion, and Beck, playing Tin Man, say that they can help her find her way. Suddenly, breaking the fourth wall, a director tells that Leon Thomas is late for a scene. André/Leon quickly leaves the set, and we transition into the next scene. At last, she performs Shut Up N' Dance with the other cast.
In Driving Tori Crazy, Cat becomes obsessed with a new app called "Tap It" which provides coupons. She buys C Batteries and Bags o' Rags and passes them out to the other kids at school. Robbie helps her sell her C batteries and in the end, Cat ends up getting Tori and the gang a ride to school when she finds a coupon for 90% off a party bus ride (it cost $20 instead of $200).
In Tori Goes Platinum, Cat eats some of Mason's bibble (a fictional British food), and becomes very addicted to it. She carries around a big sack of it and won't even let anyone touch it. Her parents hire a man named Oliver Cat's "Bibble Guard" to keep her from eating bibble, with the two of them handcuffed together. He keeps her from eating or even going near it, and won't let anyone give her any. However, at the end of the episode, Oliver and Cat are seen hiding behind a dumpster eating bibble.
In Crazy Ponnie, Cat accidentally waxes Jade's eyebrows off during an evening where they are hanging out, so Jade runs around trying to get back at Cat. Jade takes it so far as to actually attack an unknowing Cat in Sikowitz's class. When Cat falls asleep at study hall, Jade cuts off all of Cat's hair.
In The Blonde Squad, Tori, Jade, and Cat decide to go to Nozu after a day of filming Beck's new movie called "The Blonde Squad," but don't take off their blonde wigs and their blue contacts because Tori wants to know what it's like to be blonde. At Nozu, Cat meets a cute boy named Evan Smith on her way to the bathroom and they sit down together and chat. The next day, Cat is happier than usual due to her date and gives out free hugs, explaining her day to Tori and Robbie. When Tori asks Cat how Evan reacted to discovering what Cat really looked like, Cat becomes confused and realizes that after talking to him for five hours, she forgets to tell him she is a red-headed, brown-eyed girl. Afterwards, Cat starts to freak out and cries, worrying about Evan's thoughts on her real self. Tori and Robbie constantly tell her that she is beautiful and she is overreacting, and when Cat talks to Robbie about Evan, Robbie gets jealous. During lunch, Jade checks Evan's SplashFace profile, and shows that all of his ex-girlfriend's are blondes, he likes blonde girls, and dislikes people not being themselves, which only leads to Cat freaking out more. On the night of the premiere of Beck's movie, Jade and Tori expect Cat to be herself, but Cat walks in to meet Evan wearing her blonde wig, which Robbie helped her with, and blue contacts. During the movie, André's grandmother's pet bird (see subplot) lands on Cat's wig, and begins to pull her wig off. Beck pauses the movie, and Tori and Robbie chase Cat out. After they get out, the bird flies off of Cat's wig and Cat begs Robbie to fix her wig, but Tori tells him no and starts telling Cat that Evan will still like her for who she is. Cat finally gives in and Robbie takes Cat into a room to take off her wig, and when Evan comes out, he tells Cat she is beautiful, but he is only into blondes and breaks up with her. This breaks Cat's heart and she sits in the Black Box Theater and wishes to not be comforted by Tori and wants to be alone. However, Robbie walks in to cheer Cat up with a song he had been working on and performs his song "I Think You're Swell" to Cat. In the end, though, she only responds by saying that maybe she should dye her hair blonde, possibly because Cat was clueless that the song was for her.
In The Hambone King, Cat is obsessed with practicing tap dancing as she prepares for a musical audition. Cat and Tori go to Nozu with Robbie, where she watches Robbie and Jarold Ardbeg's hambone match. She also cheers for Tori at the end after Tori becomes the Hambone Queen.
In Opposite Date Tori tells Cat about her "date" with Beck. Cat then accidentally tells Jade about Tori's plans, causing Jade to have Cat assist her in finding out where Beck and Tori are going.
In Cell Block Jade, Tori and Cat go against André, Beck, and Robbie to see who could go the longest without using their phones.
In Tori Fixes Beck and Jade, Robbie brings his sister's butterfly to school, but it ends up flying into and getting stuck inside Cat's ear. Robbie tries everything to fix it, but nothing works. At the end, Cat finally gets the butterfly out of her ear when André's grandma yells into it.
In One Thousand Berry Balls Cat refuses to go to the Cow Wow with Robbie and ends up going with Sinjin. When she gets injured Robbie stays with her where they kiss. Cat shocked and alarmed rides away on her bike.
In The Bad Roommate, she discovers a picture of Jade on Pear Maps that looks like she’s picking her nose, and everyone starts making fun of her after she posts on TheSlap to not look at her on the map.
In Brain Squeezers, Cat wants to be on Tori’s Brain Squeezers. At the end, a question about the states is asked, and it’s about the aloha state. Cat gets the question right and wins the game for Tori’s team.
In The Slap Fight, Cat along with the rest of the gang tries to earn more followers on The Slap. Cat tries by tweeting tons of tweets a day.
In Star Spangled Tori, when Jade and Robbie find Cat living in the schools attic, they immediately find a new place for her to live. They ask Nona who then says that she would be happy to have Cat stay with her. Cat responds excitedly and says that she'll just live there.
In Victori-Yes, Cat buys a ton of Pajelehochos that she orders online. With no one wanting to wear one she asks Robbie if he would which he reluctantly agrees too due to their bet with Sikowitz.
Sam & Cat
Ariana Grande starred in a spin-off series along with iCarly's Jennette McCurdy called Sam & Cat. In the show, Cat is the same ditzy girl she was in Victorious, and is a roommate to iCarly character Sam Puckett. They run a babysitting business to raise money for their financial needs. It premiered on June 8th, 2013. The series finale was on July 17, 2014.
"Yay! I love excitement!"
- Eye Color: Dark brown
- Hair Color: Dyed magenta (Red Velvet)
- Trademark: Red hair, ditzy and childlike demeanor
- Height: 5'1" (155 cm) tall.
- Weight: approximately 90 lbs
Cat originally explained that she dyed her hair red because it is the same color as a red velvet cupcake, which is her favorite dessert. However, in a more recent video, she explains that her brother thought she was an intruder when coming home late one night and smashed her head with a vase, resulting in her head bleeding. The blood seeped into her hair and stained it red. When Cat liked the color, she decided to dye it red permanently. In Seasons 2 and 3, Cat's hair became a bit darker and longer than it had been in Season 1. In Pilot, Cat's hair was red and curly, though throughout the rest of the series it's still red, but straight. Except in The Blonde Squad, where she wore a blond wig along with Tori and Jade. Cat is almost always cheerful, and is rarely in a bad mood. As an example, in Survival of the Hottest she states that, "I'm really hot, but I'm still in a good mood!", emphasizing the fact that she rarely gets angry or annoyed. In Robbie's song, Robbie's Big Toe, and on a few other occasions throughout the series, she is said to be bipolar. It is possible that she is just very random, excitable, and maybe a little insecure, which sometimes comes in handy. She stated in a Slap video that her mom was a competitive breath holder while she was pregnant with her, which the many baffled doctors her family has visited state as a possible reason as to why she is the way she is.
Ariana Grande, who portrays Cat, said she feels Cat is a challenging character to play because her ditziness might make it hard for her to be seen as likable by the fans and that she works to make them understand Cat's personality. Cat also loves animals such as rabbits, hedgehogs, and any animal that is fluffy and/or adorable. It is said by fans that Cat gets more ditzy, strange and cute every season. In the first season, Cat showed some maturity and sense, but in subsequent seasons, she seems more air-headed, idiotic, and childlike.
She also seems to have a good sense of humor, though she often takes a compliment as if you mean it to be offensive until you clarify it with her. Her catchphrase is "What's that supposed to mean!?" because she gets offended easily. While Cat is very cute and friendly, her sensitivity, energy, stupidity, and unusual thought processes make her somewhat difficult to be around without getting annoyed. Part of the dynamic she has with other characters is that they need to walk on eggshells around her, or else they risk getting her upset. Throughout the series, they fail to do so multiple times, although in fairness, Cat doesn't make it easy.
Cat's sweet personality has been displayed often throughout the series. She has an innocent demeanor and is often displayed as playful and harmless. She often sees the positive things in life, as in The Gorilla Club she wasn't seen scared much in the club, and expressed joy and excitement when riding the moving bunny and easily won the Balls of Pain. While Cat is cheery, bubbly, upbeat, energetic, and is smiling most of the time, she is also dimwitted, absent-minded, random, and naive. Despite this, she has been shown to have some intelligence. Her cute and fun-loving personality is evident in her frequent giggling and laughing. Her absent-minded character can be off-task and distracted, as shown in Wi-Fi in the Sky, where she was playfully pressing buttons to create fun effects on her computer instead of helping with the project. She can be very sensitive and her feelings are easily hurt, especially when yelling is involved. This is also shown in Wi-Fi in the Sky, when she starts to cry and logs off the chat after Tori, annoyed by Cat messing around, yells at her, as well as in The Worst Couple when she faints from Beck and Jade screaming at each other. In one instance of her mental capacity, Cat is put in a hospital ward and has protection cubes put over her hands.
Cat is also very flirtatious, as seen in the episode Survival of the Hottest, when she almost abandons and completely forgets her friends to hang out with and flirt with four cute boys. She first meets the boys by coming over to them and telling them that she thinks the music they are listening to is "really cool". One of her flirting techniques throughout the episode is to poke the boys in the stomach, around the belly button. Cat seemed to enjoy spending time with the boys and showed her naive nature when they kept convincing her to stay when she wanted to get back to her friends. In Sleepover at Sikowitz's, Cat automatically gets a boy's attention to go on a date with her.
Also on TheSlap, she created a video and a blog chronicling how she tricks cute boys into being interviewed (the first named Martin played by Jordan Andrusky, the second named Jesse played by Aldo Quintino) by inviting them over to a "party" at her house. The "party" then turns out to be just the two of them alone. Cat then asks Martin and Jesse questions, such as where Martin grew up and what he likes in a girl (specifying hair color and flipping her hair in his direction while asking, "Redheads?"), as well as feeding him grilled cheese she says she made herself, playing romantic music and dancing with him (she compliments him on his dancing technique). Cat leans her head on Jesse's shoulder and asks him to feel her freshly-washed hair, then asks him what kind of dreams he has (asking if he dreams of sports, cars, girls, or one girl in particular, implying herself). She also asks him what his favorite musical note is, and when he does not know how to respond, demonstrates her singing ability while leaning in close to his face, then kisses him and asks flirtatiously which note was his favorite. Cat's dancing style is also flirtatious, such as in Freak the Freak Out, where she dances onstage during her duet with Jade as well as during part of Tori's performance and is seen doing so with an attractive guy after Tori wins the competition, and in iParty with Victorious, where she shakes her chest with her arms extended. Other boys she has dated and/or flirted with include Dusty (mentioned on TheSlap), Daniel (Cat's New Boyfriend), Tug (Prom Wrecker), Sinjin (Robarazzi), Gibby from iCarly (iParty with Victorious), Jason Sikowitz (Sleepover at Sikowitz's), and Evan Smith (The Blonde Squad). She has also kissed Robbie (to show him that a girl can kiss a guy without it meaning anything) in Stage Fighting and Beck (for a movie) in A Film by Dale Squires.
Cat does have her darker moments, however, being subject to bouts of hypocrisy. Most frequent among these is her being offended at Robbie flirting with, or dating, any other girl in spite of her frequently referring to him "gross" and rejecting his advances several times. Likewise, she says Tori should take more risks in The Gorilla Club and mocked her attempts to be a "tough girl" in spite of Cat herself taking little to no risks with regards to performing and consistently failing to be threatening. She can also be selfish and spoiled. As shown in Car, Rain & Fire, Cat is aware of how cute she is and is not above using that to get Tori and Jade to spoil her. Also, Cat is never seen to call out Jade's cruelty or ask her to stop, possibly showing that she is willing to allow others to suffer so she won't.
Befitting her bipolar tendencies, Cat's bravery fluctuates wildly. She has been shown to fear ping pong balls (The Great Ping Pong Scam), soldiers, (Locked Up!) and thugs (Terror on Cupcake Street) while also being unafraid of The Gorilla Club and freely joining a Yerbanian prison gang.
Relationships with Other Characters
"Cat: You were so awesome in the big showcase.
(2010–present: Best Friend) Tori and Cat are best friends, and Cat is the first girl Tori meets at Hollywood Arts. Cat said "Oh my gosh!" excitedly, though she runs away shortly after meeting Tori. Cat showed signs of worrying for Tori when Jade spilled coffee on her. On TheSlap, Cat posted a picture of Tori named "MY BFF TORI" in her picture category Cat's Day at the Beach and captioned it saying "Tori was so excited to see me, she put her unusually long arm up in the air. LOL. JK, Tori." Cat has also slept over at Tori's house multiple times and hugged her there in a TheSlap video. Tori is also the only person (other than Robbie in April Fools Blank) that Cat has punched in the show, and she felt bad about it afterwards. Several of Cat's Slap posts confirm that she views Tori as her best friend and views herself as Tori's best friend. Tori seems to treat Cat like a surrogate little sister, a sentiment Cat sees eager about. Tori and Cat have a video series called The Funny Nugget Show wherein Cat sleeps over at Tori's house and they do random nonsensical activities. (See: Cori)
"André: Little Red. You're little and you've got red hair.
(2008–present: Good Friend)
André seems to be good friends with Cat. He is very nice to her and takes up for her if the others don't seem to want to. He calls her "little red" because of her red hair and short stature which André Harris seems to be amused by. In Survival of the Hottest, when she finally gets them out of the RV, André picks her up excitedly. Also, the two are seen in a video on TheSlap where Sikowitz ambushes them at lunch with a Drive-by Acting Exercise. The two are also seen to be hanging out with Tori the most in the show. (See: Candré)
"I want you to meet my parents."
(2008–present: Very Close Friend) Cat and Robbie are close friends. However, Rex doesn't seem to like her, which causes Cat to get upset as well as receiving constant apologies from Robbie. In fact, Cat seems to be the only girl that Rex has yet to have hit on.
In the episode Stage Fighting, she tried to prove to Robbie that his stage kiss with Trina was only acting. When he doesn't believe her, she kisses him to show him it was just Trina acting in a part, but he asks her to meet his parents.
In Ice Cream for Ke$ha, Cat had a dream about Robbie and gets mad at him for letting little kids eat her (in her dream). Robbie also seemed sad that Cat was mad at him, but Cat forgave him eventually. In Wi-Fi in the Sky, Robbie was the first one she told her joke to, even though she could've chosen to tell someone else.
In The Birthweek Song, she goes with Robbie to his grandma's house.
In Prom Wrecker, Robbie asks her to the prom and Cat implied that she would've gone with Robbie if another boy hadn't have already asked her.
In A Christmas Tori, Robbie gets her a great Secret Santa present (a cotton candy machine), and Cat gets really excited and kisses him on the cheek while saying thanks.
At the end of The Breakfast Bunch, Robbie and Cat are seen flirting with each other, and Cat gives Robbie her gum at the end.
Robbie seems to be there for Cat whenever she needs help as shown in André's Horrible Girl when Cat called him to come help her with fixing the house.
Also, they both seem to enjoy singing together, as shown in Tori & Jade's Play Date.
As of the episode The Blonde Squad, it is suggested that Robbie is in love with Cat. However, it is unclear whether she returns those feelings or not. Ariana Grande mentioned in an interview that Cabbie's relationship heats up in future episodes. One of the questions stated: "In future episodes, will fans get to see Cat and Robbie’s relationship heat up?" and Ariana replies "Yeah it will...he kisses me! Cat doesn’t really know how to handle it, she's like, 'I don’t know!' I think deep down whether they decide to go anywhere with it or not in the long run they’re in love. I think Cat loves Robbie a lot and I think Robbie loves Cat."
This interview is proven true in One Thousand Berry Balls, when Robbie kisses Cat, who not admitting that she may have feelings for him, runs away. After that, they become closer and more affectionate than ever. (See: Cabbie)
"Cat: "We're hanging out together!
(2008-present: Best Friend)
Cat and Jade are best friends. They usually expresses concern for one another when they're hurt, and call out the person who has caused it. Jade is also less hostile and more patient towards Cat than towards most people (even though she did once say "Is it a device that can beam you to another table? Because if it is which button do I push?!" and tells her she's "screwed up"). Cat is not as easily offended by Jade (although in Rex Dies, Jade makes a death threat to Cat saying "If someone fell of this cat-walk and hit the floor really hard do you think they'd live?") Jade is very kind and motherly towards Cat, while Cat is much less sensitive around Jade, and actually seems to adore her. As Jade infrequently indulges Cat's oddness, Cat seems to enable a large chunk of Jade's terrible behavior, sometimes even laughing at her torture of others.
They seem to love each other like sisters. In Freak the Freak Out, they sang the song "Give It Up" together. They were also seen dancing very closely to one another (with almost exactly the same choreography) while singing. Every time Cat says something about her brother, Jade orders her to do something else (like in Beck Falls for Tori and Terror on Cupcake Street). Also in Tori Tortures Teacher, Jade and Cat are seen holding auditions for Sikowitz, and Jade starts to feed Cat with cereal so she would be quiet but in a polite way, and Cat didn't seem to mind. In André's Horrible Girl, Jade invites herself over to Cat's mom's boss' house to help Cat dog-sit his dog, Coober. When Jade breaks the guitar by accident she feels bad and tries to fix it. In a Slap video, Jade is sleeping in Cat's bed, and Cat wakes her up by telling her a joke. Jade gets angry at Cat for waking her and starts to attack her. After that, Cat attempts numerous times to finish her joke, but Jade cuts her off. When Cat eventually says it, Jade pretends that it's really funny to make Cat feel better.
In addition, Jade seems to be very concerned about Cat when she learns that she lives in school in Star Spangled Tori and she is the one that helps Cat move out of there and go live with her Nona. (See: Cade)
(2008–present: Good Friend)
Even though they are quite different, Cat seems to be very good friends with Beck. They've never shown any dislike towards each other. In Robarazzi, Cat grabs Beck's leg to show him the new device she got from the Sky Store, and he didn't mind much. In Survival of the Hottest, after Cat opens the RV, Beck gives her a small kiss on the head. Beck and Cat kissed in A Film by Dale Squires for the short film they were making. Also, because she and Cat are best friends, Beck's girlfriend, Jade, has never once shown any signs of jealousy when Beck and Cat are shown together (possibly because Jade doesn't think Cat and Beck would ever be a couple and knows Cat wouldn’t do anything to hurt her and Beck’s relationship). When they arrived at the hotel in Yerba, Cat is seen talking and giggling with Beck. Beck is seen feeding Cat a taco and she has her legs across him and they are both laughing in The Breakfast Bunch.
In André's Horrible Girl, Cat calls Robbie over to fix the window and the guitar in her mom's boss' house and Beck comes, too. When there is an earthquake, Beck is seen protecting Cat and shielding her from the collapsing items and the exploding lamp. Beck is seen protecting Cat from Jade in Crazy Ponnie. They have a mutual friendship. (See: Bat)
"I'm calling Cat. What's her number?"
(2010–present: Good Friend)
Trina and Cat never really interacted with each other until "Tori the Zombie", when Cat accidentally applies grizzly glue to Tori's face causing the two of them to drive to the company to buy the solvent for removal. They sing a song, but Cat skips a line because she thinks it's inappropriate. They then go to Freezy Queen to get ice cream, causing them to arrive late to Tori's show. They are considered good friends. Trina even asked for her phone number in Survival of the Hottest to call her when she left to go use the bathroom and hugs her when she gets them out, a hint that she cares for her. Also, on TheSlap, Cat posted pictures of Trina even though Trina told her not to. Like Tori, Trina seems to view Cat as a surrogate little sister. (See: Catrina)
Sikowitz is Cat's acting teacher. In "Pilot" he gives her a piece of candy to relive her of her anger. In The Bird Scene, Sikowitz hits Cat in the face with a ball for an acting challenge. Then, Cat comes back to ask a question, and he hits her again, saying (to Tori), "We'll never know her question." Sikowitz seems to dislike Cat, in a way that she annoys him. Though he truly seems to care about all of his students. Cat supports Sikowitz when he is singing "Number One" at Karaoke Dokie. (Freak the Freak Out) Later, in The Diddly-Bops, Sikowitz is very happy that Rex tells Cat to shut up after singing about the Wagafuffles. In Cat's costume design class she makes a costume to look like Sikowitz. In her costume, when she sees him, she imitates his exact movements. (See: Cikowitz)
- Pink PearPhone XT
- Pink PearPad 2
- Pink PearBook 4
Solos in a Group Number
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Back Up Vocals
- Best Friend's Brother In Prom Wrecker
- All I Want Is Everything In Locked Up!
- In "Survival of the Hottest", André states that Cat weighs "only, like, 90 pounds". He might have been exaggerating, but considering her height of 5'0" (1.524 m), this may not be too much of a stretch.
- It has been stated twice that Cat is bipolar.
- The first known product she bought from SkyStore was a fake (and poisonous) snow-making machine. Other products she has purchased include the Ball Freshener, The World's Most Powerful Portable Juicer, and The World's Thinnest Tennis Racket, among others.
- Cat bears some similarities to Quinn Pensky from Zoey 101, another Schneider production, even if the two characters exist on the extreme opposite ends of the intelligence spectrum. Both are considered weird by their school, both still eat baby food, both of their best friends were portrayed by Victoria Justice, and both are the shortest of their friend groups.
- Her boy-crazy attitudes and general ditziness also make her somewhat similar to Nicole Bristow from the same series.
- She enjoys Sunday afternoon naps.
- Cat is absent for two episodes: Jade Dumps Beck and The Wood.
- Because of this, she only has absences in season 1, and she is the only main character who has absences contained in one season.
- On TheSlap.com, Cat reveals that she enjoys to be tickled.
- She states in the Pilot that she loves cats. Ironically, Ariana Grande is allergic to cats.
- Cat has naturally curly hair, as revealed in the Pilot. Also, Ariana Grande has naturally curly hair.
- Like Ariana Grande, Cat has also dyed her hair. Cat has never said it is a natural color, and she didn't protest when Sikowitz called her "synthetically red-headed" (Helen Back Again).
- In the episode Robarazzi, it is hinted that two of her uncles are gay when she says, "I went to visit my uncle and uncle in San Francisco." This was mentioned by Dan Schneider on his blog, but people can look at it in another way.
- She has a cousin and an uncle of the same name: Jesse.
- Her screen name is HappyCat.
- Her name is short for Catarina, though she says her grandmother is the only one who calls her that.
- Her grandmother is said to make really good fudge.
- Cat is the only main character who has punched someone (Tori) in the face on-screen for real and not as part of a play. (Cat's New Boyfriend) Then she also punched Robbie in the episode April Fools' Blank.
- According to her video profile, her favorite foods are cupcakes, noodles, candies, and potatoes. And according to a post in the Slap her "new favorite food is spaghetti."
- Cat often mentions her brother. It is implied that he is just as weird as she is, if not weirder. It is also confirmed sometimes how her brother gets injured. She seems to care about him, as she states that she "gets nervous when he eats things that aren't food."
- It has not been confirmed yet if Cat only has one brother or more than one brother as she only says "My brother...", which could imply that she has more than one, but refers to them all as "my brother".
- Cat refuses to use "dirty" words. (Tori the Zombie)
- Cat's hair is the color of red velvet cupcakes. This is because they're one of her favorite food (mentioned on TheSlap).
- Cat says in Cat's Random Thoughts that she is allergic to nuts. However, one of her statuses later on TheSlap reads "Almonds are a girl's best friend", which may mean that she is only slightly allergic, is only allergic to certain types of nuts, doesn't know what "allergic" means, or that she was misquoting the phrase, "Diamonds are a girl's best friend," because she didn't know it was "diamonds" instead of "almonds."
- She can use her toes to scratch her nose, as seen in Rex Dies.
- Cat's catchphrase, "What's that supposed to mean?", often said at the strangest times, was also said by Misty in Moody's Point, a sketch on the Schneider show The Amanda Show. Interestingly, Misty had curly hair, and when Cat first says this, she has curly hair.
- Cat mentions in The Birthweek Song that she hates helmets.
- Cat loves mass texting (A Film by Dale Squires).
- In the episode Survival of the Hottest, Cat is shown to have a hot pink bandeau bikini.
- Cat says that she loves elderly people, and thinks it's "so cute" how they shake when they pour their juice.
- Cat has a talent for knowing people's exact clothing and limb measurements. She does not, however, seem able to design new fashions.
- She has made herself many outfits for her Costume Design class, including a Sikowitz costume, Little Bo Peep, a spy, and a superhero costume.
- Cat posted on her Slap profile that she can not snap her fingers. However, she snaps her fingers when she remembers the name of sweet & sour sauce in Wok Star. It is possible that she learned how to snap her fingers after she made her video profile.
- Cat revealed on her Slap profile that she sends an average of 407 text messages per day.
- According to her 'Cat Bash' poster, Cat has a crazy neighbor who throws things at people.
- In iParty with Victorious, Cat barely talked for the whole episode, and used a talking headband and a special app on her pear phone. This was because her vocal cords weren't working well. For mysterious reasons, though, she was able to sing at the end of the episode, which does a lot more vocal damage than talking.
- Cat has a dog, according to Stage Fighting.
- Cat's favorite flavor of shaved ice is cherry, according to Survival of the Hottest.
- On one of her The Slap video's someone asked what's wrong with her. She said that her parents took her to doctors, and there's a theory that her mom is a competitive breath-holder and she held her breath a lot when she was pregnant with Cat.
- Cat is a member of the Yerbanian prison gang, as she said in Locked Up!.
- Also said in Locked Up! is that Cat loves mushrooms.
- Cat (André, and Tori) are the only ones to have befriended everyone in the group (not counting Rex).
- Cat takes every sentence literally. For example, in iParty with Victorious Lane told her to type anything on the speechy keen app, she did type the word "anything." Indeed, Beck once told Tori to not use wordplay around Cat.
- Cat has a wide variety of talents, as shown in Helen Back Again.
- Cat loves Sesame Street, as mentioned in Terror on Cupcake Street.
- Cat has mentioned on TheSlap that she has a French neighbor whose cat she watches.
- According to her second Tweet Time with Cat video, her brother hit her with a vase (thinking she was a burglar/intruder) and the blood in her hair inspired her to dye her hair.
- Cat's hair has darkened since the first season. It also got a little longer in the second season.
- Cat loves the dancing and singing kid's group The Waggafuffles, as seen in The Diddly-Bops.
- Her doctor told her she needs therapy.
- She enjoys telling stories to old people, as mentioned in TheSlap.
- She has four credit cards.
- Cat has a hamster named Santa because he is fat.
- Cat is the only main character to not have any of her family members appear on the show.
- Cat keeps candy in her bra as shown in How Trina Got In and Robbie Sells Rex (Gumdrops, gummy bears, jellybeans, and licorice).
- According to Jade in The Breakfast Bunch, she is a vegan. Although Cat never said "yes" and there was no proof about her being a vegan. She said in the episode A Film by Dale Squires that one time she ate a hamburger, which made her sneeze (though it is not impossible that she became a vegan sometime after this). But in real life, Ariana Grande is, in fact, a vegan.
- In Sam & Cat, she claims to love her Nona's meatballs possibly indicating that, befitting her short attention span, her veganism may have been a phase or that she simply doesn't understand veganism.
- Also, considering the potential non-canon nature of The Breakfast Bunch, Cat may not be vegan.
- Starting in Tori Goes Platinum, she becomes obsessed with bibble, even pawning off her Nona's jewelry for more at one point.
- Her family might have a lot of money because she was able to buy a lot of stuff on the SkyStore, Tap it, and 20 pounds of bibble. Also, her mom works for an extremely wealthy man.
- In Crazy Ponnie, she fell asleep during study hall and Jade cuts all of her hair off, making her bald. But her hair comes back in episodes filmed after Crazy Ponnie.
- She is possibly a Bade shipper. Because in Hollywood Fruits, a photo gallery she made by herself on TheSlap, one of the pictures which was a picture of Beck as a strawberry the captions says "I made Beck into a strawberry because I like strawberry lemonade and I want Beck and Jade to get back together. So maybe if they see this, they'll realize they're meant to be." Though all of the gang seems to look down on Bade, she seems to do so the least.
- Cat has a hot pink camera, seen in Tori the Zombie.
- Out of all the Victorious characters, Cat had the second-highest number of fans on TheSlap behind only Tori. She had over a million fans and is one of four characters to have over a million fans, the others being Tori, Jade, and Beck.
- Cat's favorite movie is Titanic.
- According to one of her TheSlap videos, Cat's five favorite words are Happy (number 5), Pretty (number 4), Rumnumsegadigyblog (number 3), cuddly (2) and Sparkly (1).
- Cat can tap dance very well, according to The Hambone King.
- In Wanko's Warehouse, when Trina sends the gang a text message about the huge 80% off sale in Wanko's, you can clearly hear Cat's text alert tone - it's called "Horn", as available on, for example, the iPhone.
- According to Twitter, her locker is pink with a red happy tulip on it.
- Some people believe that Cat wasn't as crazy at the beginning of the series as she was in later seasons.
- Before The Breakfast Bunch, Cat had never had a taco; she had her first one in detention.
- She mentions her Nona in Star Spangled Tori, who becomes a recurring character in Sam & Cat.
- In One Thousand Berry Balls, Cat told Robbie that her favorite Vice President is Dick Cheney.
- According to TheSlap gallery for Tori Goes Platinum, she knows how to pick locks because her brother taught her.
- It is implied a few times on the show and TheSlap that she was abused by her brother.
- It is also implied in The Worst Couple that her parents had a dysfunctional relationship.
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