Pokémon's Bloop 2 - Electric Bloopaloo is the 19th episode of Season 4 of Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation World in iCarly's World World and the 89th overall. This is the sequel to Pokémon's Bloop, a Season 3 episode, where it showed every cast members' bloopers during filming various episodes. This episode was originally played two days after Ash Ketchum's Blooptorious, an episode of Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generaiton World in Victorious's World World. The episode received 3.090 million views among viewers (18-49) on its premiere date for Wednesday night cable, currently the series' lowest documented audience to date.
This episode is semi-scripted like a talk show. Deoxys (Rex) has an alter ego. Deoxys (now as Christopher) has mutiple running gags. He annoys the cast, advertises his salsa, talks about his Emmy nominations with Ash Ketchum and his crew on their show, argues with Lucario (Jerry Trainor) about his ex-girlfriend, and has an odd fascination with Jirachi (Noah Munck). He moonlights as talk show host with a British accent, Deoxys (Christopher Cane), interviewing the entire cast and poking fun at their bloopers.
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- Pikachu as Miranda Cosgrove
- Meowth as Jennette McCurdy
- Donphan as Nathan Kress
- Lucario as Jerry Trainor
- Jirachi as Noah Munck
- Mamoswine as BooG!e
- Deoxys as Christopher Cane/Rex
- Due to lack of advertising, this is one of the least viewed episodes in Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation World in iCarly's World World history.
- Bloopers are mistakes made by the cast throughout filming. Some of the bloopers are in the opening sequence.
- This is the first episode to air at 7PM PST/EST, also the first episode to air at a time earlier than 8 PM since 2008.
- The episode is a special version of iBloop 2 - Electric Bloopaloo focusing on Pokémon and the title is also a reference to the 1984 film Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
- This is the second episode in the series to ever air on a Wednesday, the first being Pikachu Goes Nuclear.
- This episode, like Ash Ketchum's Blooptorious, is in a talk show format.
- Donphan (Nathan) mentions that this episode is "semi-scripted". The premise involves a talk show hosted by Deoxys (Christopher Cane/Rex). Deoxys (Rex) moonlights as a talk show host Deoxys (Christopher Cane), interviews the cast, and pokes fun at their mess ups. Donphan (Nathan) also mentions that he has a "yawning montage".
- Meowth (Jennette) mentions that Lucario's (Jerry's) mess-ups are hilarious. Donphan (Nathan) speaks gibberish when he messes up. Pikachu (Miranda) laughs and walks off. Meowth (Jennette) said when he messes up, he apologizes profusily.
- When coming back from commercial, Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation in Victorious's World World music was being played, not Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation World in iCarly's World World music.
- This is the fourth time Ryan Seacrest was mentioned on Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation World in iCarly's World World.
- This is the second time Paul Mccartney was mentioned on Super Cosgrove World & Super Pokémon Advanced Generation World in iCarly's World World.
- The future episodes, they played bloopers for were Pikachu & Friends Still Psycho, Pikachu and Donphan's Balls, Pikachu Meets The Groudon, Pikachu & Meowth Toe Fat Cakes, and an episode that's title hasn't yet been confirmed.
- Lucario (Jerry Trainor) almost swears after a blooper.
- Both TV Super Kamron World Super Kamron World California/Florida and TV Super United States of America World Super United States of America World California/Florida didn't censor when Pikachu (Miranda) accidentally calls a crepe (thin pancake) a crap, yet in previous episodes they censor when Meowth (Jennette/Sam) says it in Pikachu Thinks They Kissed & Pikachu Can't Take It by having him say crab.
- Unlike the last blooper episode, they didn't show guest star bloopers or any stunts.