Bori is the pairing of Beck Oliver and Tori Vega (B/eck and T/ori). When Beck finds out that Danny was Tori's ex-boyfriend, he immediately asked what was he . This is a list of characters from the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious. The series centers on Tori Vega, a student of Hollywood Arts High School, .. In the episode , Tori Fixes Beck and Jade, Beck tries dating a girl named Meredith, who wants to do. Tori struggles to restrain her jealousy when Cat begins dating her ex-boyfriend Victorious (–) . Tori Vega: You wanna get slapped with a sausage?.
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Andre's nickname for her is "Little Red", which she took offense to at first, but then called it "creative". Through the series, she has become more ditzy and over the top, with a higher-pitched voice and her abnormal conversations. In January in the episode "Star-Spangled Tori", Cat's parents move away to Idaho to be with her mentally ill brother for between 6 months and 2 years where the doctors can make sure he gets lots of mental relaxation and cannot escape and keep him institutionalized.
Their parents wanted her to live with her and her brother's Uncle Walter and Aunt Pearl, while they are in Idaho but according to Cat, they are very strict and mean. They do not like her red hair, they only eat vegetables, they said she cannot have unlimited texting, and they will not let her flush the toilet unless it is "absolutely necessary". This caused Cat to run away and take refuge in the attic of Hollywood Arts' blackbox theater, where her living habits were discovered by Robbie and Jade.
After Jade called up Cat's parents, Cat goes to live with her grandmother — who turned out to be living in Venice, California and not Venice, Italy as Cat had initially thought — until her parents and brother return. She refers to her grandmother as "Nona". Sam and Cat previously met each other in the iCarly crossover episode "iParty with Victorious", but neither of them made much contact.
In the spin-off, Sam officially meets Cat after saving her from the garbage truck. The next day, Sam and Cat set up a babysitting service to raise some extra cash after watching some kids. Sam and Cat's home is stated to be "the poshest apartment in the building". He has been together with Jade for over two years and, unlike everyone else, is completely unafraid of her even laughing when Andre admitted to being scared of her and often likes to tease and make her jealous because of her reactions, which he finds amusing.
Beck seems to be the only one who can calm Jade down when she becomes angry and has some control over her as seen throughout the series. Beck is seen as soft-spoken, friendly, laid back, modest, and open. Although he is shown to get annoyed and even lose his temper, usually by Robbie or Trina, he is normally calm and collected.
Because of his good looks and personality, he is possibly the most popular guy at Hollywood Arts and attracts almost all females and girls like Trina, sometimes even older women. He seems to be aware of the effect he has on girls, sometimes using his looks to his advantage. He and Andre are close friends. His school locker is transparent, which is his way of saying that he has no secrets, which is revealed to Tori when she was attempting to find a decorative idea for her own locker.
He lives in a trailer that is parked in his parents' driveway, being told if he lived with them then he would have to go by their rules, and he stated "my roof, my rules".
In the season 2 premiere, Jade mentions that Beck is Canadian. It is shown in " Beck Falls For Tori " and " iParty with Victorious " that Beck has never felt true terror nor has he ever been scared by anything, a fact backed up by Jade who calls him "unscareable".
He usually tries to keep peace in the group and hold everyone together. Beck breaks up with Jade in the season 3 episode " The Worst Couple " after getting tired of constantly fighting with her.
In the episode " Tori Goes Platinum " Beck tries to kiss Tori, revealing that he has romantic feelings for her, but she rejects him because she viewed it as a betrayal to Jade to kiss her ex-boyfriend. In the episode, Tori Fixes Beck and JadeBeck tries dating a girl named Meredith, who wants to do anything he wants, causing him to realize how he prefers dating a girl who "fights back" and "has a big mouth" because it is not easy and that an easy relationship to him is "boring".
This causes him to see how much he misses being with Jade and that he loves her, bringing the two back together again. Following this, their relationship is stronger and more stable. Trina's allergic reaction to a Chinese herb gargle in the pilot episode forces Tori to fill in for her in the school's big showcase, which leads to Tori being offered admission to Hollywood Arts.
Trina believes that acting and singing is her destiny, and is oblivious to her actual lack of any talent. The only reason Trina is in Hollywood Arts in is because Sikowitz had a coconut-induced hallucination during Trina's audition, which turned her performance into a psychedelic extravaganza for him, and every other judge was out at the time.
Trina is quite selfish and shallow most of the time, and is portrayed as being extremely difficult to deal with, sometimes even being called a "monster" in "Freak the Freak Out. Despite Trina's shallow personality, she can be concerned about her sister when she wants to be and it is shown that she does look out for Tori a lot. Later in the series, she showed some minor character growth, such as in " Locked Up!
Trina also seems to have bad luck, as she often gets hurt. Falling from the ceiling, a wall falling on her, getting hit in the face with flour, and getting hit with a box of shoes. By the final episode "Victori-yes", Trina has landed a role on a Spanish-language television show titled Divertisimo, which she boasts is "a high-quality television show with top-notch acting". She is eventually shown portraying a giant piece of cheese being tormented by children in mouse costumes.
He is nerdy, disturbing, and very weird, often considered stranger than even Robbie or Cat; his locker has his chewed up food on it and he also likes to collect the teeth of past presidents' relatives. He is usually used as a fake date or bribed to fake date someone, including Cat. He usually interrupts conversations with weird comments that do not make sense. He is a fan of disco music and has a huge crush on Tori and Jade, despite the fact that both show more irritation than interest in his presence.
Sinjin is skilled in the background work on the school's productions and performances. He is shown to be proficient with audio, lighting, and making props, and is the apparent leader of the technical team.
Sikowitz[ edit ] Erwin Sikowitz  pronounced "psycho-wits" portrayed by Eric Lange is the hippie -like acting teacher at Hollywood Arts.
His habits might be interpreted as weird and his methods are shown to be often very strange such as throwing a ball at Cat while she was performingbut at times very effective. He often walks around barefoot, which is the supposed trait of the hippies. He likes to enter the class through a window and is almost always seen drinking from a coconut because, as Jade says, "the milk gives him visions". Tori gave him two dollars on her first day at Hollywood Arts, thinking he was homeless.
He also gave Cat, Jade, Beck, Andre, and Robbie permission to start a fake ping-pong team to make money and have a fancy dinner. He claims to be 34 years old in " The Diddly-Bops ".
In all other episodes, he is just called Sikowitz. In " Sleepover at Sikowitz's ", it is revealed that he has a nephew named Jason, who went out on a date with Cat, although the results are not mentioned. His catchphrase is "Good Gandhi! Sikowitz is regularly seen drinking from a coconut he once drank fermented coconut milk and had visions during Trina's audition. In one episode when Tori goes to him asking for help, he is hanging upside down from the ceiling, and in another he stored his grandmother in the corner before slinging her over his shoulder and taking her to the hospital.
He has an extremely strange house as revealed in " Sleepover at Sikowitz's ". At the Hollywood Arts Prom he brought a pile of tires, matches and a bottle of fuel, thinking for unknown reasons that they were going to have a bonfire of tires. Sikowitz scolds Cat for showing up very late with class being almost over. When the bell rings, Sam and Cat tell Sikowitz that they would like to use his classroom for a charity called "The Salvation Goomers" which was a cover-up for Goomer claiming to his mother that he is a history teacher.
During Goomer's teaching of history to Sam, Cat, Dice, Goomer's mom, and the local shruggers,[ clarification needed ] Sikowitz comes in stating that he had gone to Charityosity. In the same series, Cat has a picture of Sikowitz near her bed in the room that she shares with Sam. Lane is a good guidance counselor, and often helps students with their problems and resolves their arguments, but sometimes can be reluctant at times, asking students "Why Me?
He is usually the one making the big announcements at school. He appears to either hate dry skin or is obsessed with lotion as seen in " The Wood "as he can be seen frequently applying lotion to his hands.
He has a nephew named Devon, as seen in " The Diddly-Bops ". Lane is the one who made a reality television series, The Wood, leave the school because it was becoming an issue with the students and disrupting the learning environment. He tends to be a bit extreme in his dealings such as when he issued a two-week detention to Tori for a supposed accidental hit on Jade during a stage fighting practice, made Robbie and Trina cover for Festus after accidentally injuring him, and having Tori and Jade take Festus home after unknowingly wrecking his car which was similar to one of the janitors' car.
As revealed on his profile on TheSlap. David works as a police officer while Holly's job was never revealed. They are shown to be caring and loving parents, but when their daughters get too out of control, they tend to stay out of it and go off doing something else, which is indicating that they are very unhelpful parents. For example, in " Freak the Freak Out ", Trina gets her wisdom teeth removed and their parents decide to go out of town so they would not have to take care of her, knowing she would get violent.
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Tori likes to point out at times that her father is a cop, usually to Sinjin, but also to others, especially if someone is annoying her. She is mentally unstable and often paranoid about things. She is shown to be afraid of nearly everything, including various sensible objects such as clocks and mirrors. In the episode " Wi-Fi in the Sky " she gets scared after seeing her reflection in a mirror, and screams "Andre, there's another 'me' on the wall!
When she is greeted by new people, she hides behind anything she can find, while simultaneously shouting out "I don't know you! He also mentions in " Survival of the Hottest " that before she lost her mind, she used to tell him, "Andre, no matter how bad things get, you can always make it better by singing a song".
She often snaps at Andre, and is possibly the only way she communicates with anyone. In " Wi-Fi in the Sky ," she yells at Andre for "talking to himself" when he was in reality video chatting with Tori, Cat, and Beck, then freaks out and punches Andre's computer.
During an interview on a video on TheSlap. Lee[ edit ] Mrs. Lee portrayed by Susan Chuang is the owner of Tori's favorite Chinese restaurant Wok Star, who volunteers to pay to produce Jade's play. But things get complicated when Mrs.
Lee makes drastic changes to the script, and wants to put her daughter, Daisy, in the play. This prompts Tori to ask if she is actually Chinese or Japanese, which she answers with a smack to Tori's head. She later appears in the third-season episode " How Trina Got In ", making Tori and Robbie chop a pile of squid after they cannot pay their bill.
After the bill was worked off, Robbie accidentally breaks some dishes, causing Mrs. Lee to have Robbie work off the damages with one of the jobs being rubbing her chef Kwakoo's feet. She also appeared in the fourth-season episode " The Hambone King " where she praises Robbie's hamboning skills.
Lee as a chef as seen in "How Trina Got In.
Festus[ edit ] Festus portrayed by Marco Aiello is the proprietor of The Grub Truck, a food truck located at the school. He either has or may have a habit of lying to customers.
In "Beck's Big Break" when Tori asked for a sandwich he said he only served burritos but gave her a sandwich anyway. In the same episode, he is also shown to scream at people who are not there when in the Grub Truck. In "The Wood", he was injured by Robbie and Trina and they were forced by Lane to replace him for a short time.
Tori and Jade accidentally destroyed his car in the same episode upon mistaking for one of the cars belonging to one of Hollywood Arts' janitors and had to take him home in a wheelbarrow. It is also revealed that he has a brother named Sgrodis portrayed by Winston Story who is the hotel manager. Burf[ edit ] Burf portrayed by Darsan Solomon is a student who goes to Hollywood Arts and always hangs out with Sinjin. He then appeared in " Driving Tori Crazy " when Cat offers him a bag of rags.
He also appeared in " The Blonde Squad ", and in " Tori Goes Platinum ", when he sends in a video of himself singing for a contest. He also appeared in the Season 4 episode, " Wanko's Warehouse ". Though he is rarely seen in the show, he is mentioned in many episodes. He appears in " Pilot " and " Helen Back Again ".
In "Helen Back Again", he resigns as principal after announcing his engagement to a Tahitian woman and plans to move to Tahiti.
Cat's brother[ edit ] Cat frequently mentions her brother, whose name is never revealed. He is often mentioned as a focal point of bizarre off-screen antics, which either happen to him or which he causes himself. Examples include eating Cat's charm bracelet, getting stabbed in Japan, biting Cat on the foot, falling from a terrace onto a shuttle bus, being shot by a clown, painting his body purple for a job interview, and somehow procuring twelve gallons of real blood for Jade's play.
On TheSlap, Cat revealed he is not allowed outside by himself and that he plays "hide and seek" with the police. In " Car, Rain and Fire ", Tori, Cat, and Jade borrow Cat's brother's car which had unusual features such as a coverless roof, rope for a seat belt and a bag of prosthetic feet in the trunk.
In the episode, Cat says her brother is "pretty weird. He is in the episode " Beggin' on Your Knees " where Tori found out from her friends that he uses girls to get good grades and then soon after breaks up with them.
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Tori then humiliates him in front of the whole school by singing "Beggin' on Your Knees" to him. They won the contest against Jade and Cat because her father is the owner of the Karaoke Dokie club and the judge of the karaoke contest.
Before the contest she started flirting with Beck which started a feud between her and Jade. She has a very mean and snobbish attitude especially toward Jade. Hayley and Tara were easily defeated when Tori performed her new song, "Freak the Freak Out" under the disguise of Louise Nordoff, and after she and Tara lost the bet to Tori, was forced to "babysit" Trina, who had recently gotten her wisdom teeth removed and made it really hard to take care of her.
David saw the antics of them trying to restrain Trina when he got home and told Holly to get back into the car. Before the contest, she flirted with Andre. Tara also appears in " Tori Goes Platinum ", in which she tried out for a contest but lost.
She only appears in " Helen Back Again ". All students had to reaudition for her, and the least worthy students would be kicked out of Hollywood Arts. Due to Helen's unnamed assistant mixing up Tori with Trina, Tori had to come up with a plan that involved Robbie dressing up as a robber where he would be beaten up by Trina using her karate skills.
After that plan worked, Helen allowed Trina to stay at Hollywood Arts. However, as time progresses she is shown to become more confident in her abilities.
Tori is shown to have an evil side. In Freak the Freak Outshe chases her sister Trina and tries to hit her with her dad's new camera. In the same episode, Mr. Vega tells Trina that she has to get her wisdom teeth removed, and Tori cheers and makes fun of Trina. She gets her just desserts when she has to spend the weekend taking care of Trina, while her parents are on vacation.
Throughout the series, she is shown being hostile to Trina on multiple occasions. When she throws the first ever Hollywood Arts prome, Jade gets mad because she can't throw a play that she booked months in advanced. When Jade tries to get revenge on Tori, Tori foils her plans, and gets what she wants, while Jade gets nothing. Tori didn't offer Jade anything in return. Other than that, she is very nice. Tori's Character Profile File: She wore the same dress to Hollywood Arts' Prome and the one she was dancing in, in the title song.
It took her three tries to pass the Bird Scene. One of the apps on Tori's phone is TwitFlash which is a Twitter app. She also expressed her love of the show during the crossover. It is said in the Pilot that Tori has never had one cavity. Her locker has the words "Make it Shine" on it, the song she sang in the Pilot episodeand lights up. Her screen name is Tori Vega. She has also kissed Carly Shay's boyfriend, Steven Carson, but unlike the first two times she kissed another girls' significant other, she and Steven were a couple and she was unaware that he was involved with someone else at the time.
Tori is a brunette, with brown eyes. Tori has a sticker of Katy Perry and Saving Abel in her locker which shows she might be a fan. Victoria Justice's character Lola Martinez on Zoey also had a knack for acting. Before the series was green-lit for filming, the character was known as "Alex Mitchell.
One of Tori's costumes is owned by Carly Shay from iCarly. Ironically, she had an audition called the "Bird Scene".