Cat and Robbie greet each other at the beginning of the episode.
Robbie comes into the classroom and greets Cat by saying "Ho, ho, and ho." Cat smiles at him, and responds "Hi, hi, and hi." and then taps him on the nose.
When André knocks Robbie off his seat, Cat looks concerned.
After Jade says "It happened to me in 8th grade", Cat and Robbie laugh at the same time.
When Jade says she likes slapping perky red heads, referring to Cat, Robbie frowns.
When Robbie calls out Cat's name in the hall, she jumps up and down and yells out in excitement, extremely happy that he was calling her name out.
When Robbie reveals that he is Cat's Secret Santa he made sure everyone knew by using a bullhorn, meaning that he wanted everyone to know and wasn't shy to express himself about Cat.
When Robbie reveals that he is Cat's Secret Santa, Cat yells out, "OH MY GOD, YAY!" most likely because she was glad that he was her secret Santa.
Robbie is Cat's Secret Santa and buys her a cotton candy machine and hires a man to operate it; he seems to have put a lot of effort into giving her a good gift.
When Cat gets her Christmas present, she screams in excitement.
When Robbie gives Cat the cotton candy machine, Cat hugs Robbie and kisses him on the cheek.
When Cat hugs Robbie, her arm is around his neck in a very loving position.
Cat isn't afraid to express her gratitude to Robbie in front of everybody.
Robbie looks pleasantly surprised when Cat kisses him on the cheek.
Cat calls the cotton candy machine that Robbie gave her "The best Christmas present ever."
When Cat taps Robbie on the nose he at first regards it with a little confusion, but then he smiles at her, and then Robbie skips away happily behind Cat.
Robbie doesn't have Rex with him when he gives Cat her present, possibly so that Rex wouldn't make fun of Cat.
The cotton candy machine is most likely the most expensive gift out of all the gifts exchanged among the gang.
Whilst everyone is being given their gifts, Cat is still obsessing with the cotton candy machine, meaning that she really likes Robbie's gift.
When Cat told everyone about her present, Robbie smiled at her while folding his arms.
Beck brought Robbie's childhood bully, Christy VicHarris so they could get coffee and talk about things. Robbie then stated that he was not going to pay 3 dollars for a cup of coffee, however he bought Cat a cotton candy machine and a man for a whole week, showing how important it was to him to give Cat a good gift.
The Breakfast Bunch
Throughout this episode, the two seem to be each other's love interest.
Cat frowns when Robbie says that he can't get past level 23 on Grumpy Gerbils.
Cat looks amazed when Rex catches the gum Jade spat in the sky.
When Robbie is talking to Mr. Dickers about the tuna fish, Cat smiles slightly, however when Mr. Dickers yells at Robbie, she frowns.
Cat slightly frowns when Robbie gets another detention.
It is revealed that they are both vegans.
It is revealed that neither of them has ever had a taco before.
When Jade is bothering Cat too much, Robbie angrily asks her why she has to keep bothering people.
Robbie defends Cat about her being a vegan.
Cat is the only one who never questions Robbie's crying and calling Tori conceited.
When they get the tacos, Robbie asks Cat if she approves of it.
When everyone is running and stopping, Robbie puts a hand on Cat's back to steady her when she stops; he also does the same to Beck.
Robbie doesn't want Tori to know he's a vegan, but he's okay with Cat knowing, possibly because he is more comfortable around her.
When everyone is eating their tacos, Cat says that she'll try one if Robbie will try one, and they take bites of their tacos slowly at the same time.
When Cat starts to cough after tasting some hotsauce Robbie says in a weird voice, "Chicks cannot hold their hot sauce."
Cat points and tells the others to look at Robbie when he starts to go crazy as Robbie is laughing.
When Robbie walks into the library with his new look, Cat does a double take.
Cat smiles at Robbie's new look, then they both get on and crawl across the tables toward each other and Robbie touches Cat's nose.
When they are crawling, Cat closes her eyes, making it look like she wants to kiss Robbie.
Robbie taps Cat's nose like Cat did to Robbie in A Christmas Tori
Whilst they are walking out of detention, Cat and Robbie are walking next to each other, talking and looking at each other constantly in the process. They seem to be oblivious to everything else around them because they are so absorbed in each other.
At the end, Robbie and Cat walk over to Robbie's bike, they stare at each other for a moment, then Cat gives him her gum and Robbie starts to chew it.
At the end when Mr. Dickers is reading the letter, and you hear Cat say, "And Meeeeee" Robbie (speaking through Rex) says that she can't be seen and calls her baby.
Robbie stares at Cat when the gang is saying goodbye.
The Gorilla Club
When Cat is watching Tori rehearse, she is holding a purple giraffe, the official Cabbie animal. It is possible that now that the giraffe is purple, it's ability to love may have changed, which means that Cat may have learned to love.
When the gang are playing cards, Cat says they she wants them to dress up like pirates, and Robbie says that he'll play pirates with her.
After Robbie says that he'll play pirates with her, he has an excited expression on his face.
Cat says no because she doesn't like how Robbie plays pirates, meaning that Cat and Robbie have played pirates together before.
Robbie seems disappointed when Cat says that she doesn't like the way he plays pirates.
Cat looks at Robbie several times when they are playing cards.
Cat looks at Robbie when he is doing the MC Hammer dance.
The Worst Couple
When Cat makes a comment about dolphins on "Queries for Couples", Robbie, along with André, joins in, and they have a little discussion about dolphins.
Both Cat and Robbie say they saw Detective Blowhole, and this possibly means they may have gone to see it together.
When Robbie imitates a dolphin, Cat watches him and then does the same thing.
After they imitate the dolphins, Robbie moves towards where Cat was sitting, possibly because he wants to sit with Cat.
Cat and Robbie smile at each other while imitating a dolphin.
Cat stares at Robbie when Beck and Jade are fighting in Tori's living room.
Cat calls the Northridge girls "not smart" maybe because she is jealous of all the attention Rex and Robbie give them.
Cat agrees with Robbie about starting the acting class without Sikowitz, and she says that they should do the ending scene of Titanic.
When Cat was saying they should re-enact the ending to Titanic, she looks at Robbie the whole time.
Cat seems to be the only one not annoyed when Robbie takes forever to plug in Tori's charger; in fact, she was smiling.
Cat and Robbie sit across each other in Sikowitz's class.
When Robbie falls, Cat turns to him with a sad face, and her body is facing towards him with her knees just inches from the ground.
Cat gasps when Robbie falls.
Cat constantly stares at Robbie and sits in front of him during the poker game.
When it's André and Cat's turn to answer the question in the dating show, Robbie looks at them possibly with jealousy.
When Cat hugs André, Robbie has a sad look on his face.
It is revealed that both Cat and Robbie react badly to Beck and Jade fighting: Cat faints and Robbie cries. This could mean they are uncomfortable with that aspect of a relationship which is why they haven't dated each other yet, or they wouldn't want to fight with each other and would dread being a couple that fought.
During Tori and Robbie's turn, Cat frowns when Tori hits Robbie.
Cat keeps watching Tori and Robbie during the game show.
Cat watches Robbie take Trina off Beck.
Cat frowns when Robbie gets onto Trina.
After Tori walks off to throw her Pear Phone GX away, Robbie walks over to Cat and stands next to her; their shoulders touch, and neither seem to mind.
Andre's Horrible Girl
Cat calls Robbie for help when Jade accidentally breaks the guitar and the window.
Cat thinks that Robbie is able to fix things while Jade, on the other hand, is doubtful of Robbie's abilities.
Cat had Robbie's phone number to call him with.
When Robbie comes in, he shouts "Cat, hey Cat!" in a cheery tone.
When Jade says "Robbie can't even work the zipper on his own pants," Cat giggles, but nervously, as if she knew from first-hand experience that he had trouble with zippers.
When Jade and Beck are arguing, Cat says, "Why is Robbie's zipper down?" This may mean that she had been watching Robbie a lot.
Robbie seems like he's trying to impress Cat with his new PearPhone XT's virtual assistant.
When Beck and Jade are arguing, Robbie is smiling shyly at Cat.
Robbie looks sad and guilty when he and Jade broke a lot of things in the house, knowing that he was getting Cat in trouble.
Robbie says "I heard a buzz," maybe because he is worried that Cat will get in trouble.
Cat looks back at Robbie when she is talking on the intercom with her mom's boss.
Robbie tries to cheer Cat up by saying, "It's gonna be okay."
Cat looks back and smiles at Robbie when he says that the earth is "quaking."
When Beck protects Cat from the lamp explosion, Robbie looks at them with an upset look on his face, possibly an expression of jealousy.
When the boss says, "Son, your zipper," Cat looks back at Robbie and starts to smile at him.
Robbie seems extremely sad and helpless when Cat started to cry.
Robbie tells Cat's mom's boss, "I'm Robbie," maybe because he wants to get the approval of everyone in Cat's life.
Tori & Jades Play Date
Sikowitz picks Cat and Robbie to present the bad news.
Cat whispers in Robbie's ear to tell him what to do.
Cat laughs at Robbie when he says "fetch", but not in a mean way.
They both agree that it is fun singing together.
When Cat says "by telling them in a language they don't understand," Robbie nods and points at her, like saying that she is right.
Robbie and Cat get very happy and smile at each other whenever their songs cheers someone up.
When Sikowitz gives Robbie the card, Robbie and Cat stand close to each other.
Cat and Robbie are seen talking to each other very closely on the stairs when André walks up to them, and they continue to stand close to each other while talking to Andre.
Cat doesn't understand what André meant, so she turns to Robbie, and he explains it to her.
Cat stares at Robbie the whole time when he talks about cleaning the urine in Beck's car.
Cat and Robbie sing to a smelly boy.
Cat and Robbie make up a song on the spot while trying to cheer a little boy up.
Cat and Robbie go to Trina's house together at night and sing to her because her date cancelled on her.
When Trina goes and breaks Robbie's guitar outside, Cat and Robbie stand close to each other and gasp.
Right when you hear Trina destroying Robbie's guitar, Cat pats Robbie on his arm for a quick second.
Cat and Robbie sing to Beck about how his car now smells like pee.
Cat and Robbie thought of "now here comes the bad part!" at the same time whilst singing to Beck.
Cat and Robbie sit next to each other at Sikowitz's play.
After Cat and Robbie finish singing to Beck, they jump up and down and say that it was fun.
Cat smiles at Robbie when he say "now hear some news" in a funny way, and she turns away, possibly so that she doesn't burst out laughing.
Robbie happily suggests that they should make out sometime, and he doesn't sound like he's joking when he says it.
After he says that, Cat pinches his cheeks and says "Robbie, you're so gross!" in a happy tone, but she never says that they shouldn't make out.
Cat seemed happy that Robbie asked her to make out with him.
Robbie looked upset when Cat said that he was gross.
Cat and Robbie sing four songs together.
In a deleted scene, Cat and Robbie sing a song to a school bully. That technically makes it 5 songs, tying with Tori and Andre for the most duets between a pair at the time of this episode.
In a deleted scene, Cat noticed that Robbie had peed in his pants and Robbie denies it in a very shy way, probably because he didn't want Cat to know about it. Rex then says that his leg is damp, which could show that Robbie didn't want to lie to Cat.
April Fools Blank
When Cat is in the bathroom, Robbie comes out and says, "Don't be scared, Cat." Cat then asks, "Robbie who are you?" Robbie replies, "I'm Robbie," then Cat says excitedly, "Hi Robbie!"
André tells Cat to punch Robbie and she does, then gasps and pulls him back up.
Cat looks at Robbie and Jade when they are arguing, and Cat smiles at Robbie.
When the whole cast is singing and it is Robbie's turn to sing, Cat and Robbie look at each other in amazement.
When everyone falls to the floor, Cat and Robbie are facing each other about three feet apart.
Driving Tori Crazy
Robbie seems to be the only one interested in Cat's box.
When Robbie turned around from buying a drink, he stared at Cat for a while and they smile at each other while Beck and Andre wondered why Cat had a box full of C batteries.
Cat gives Robbie batteries.
Robbie seems interested in how Cat got the C-batteries.
Robbie know the app Cat is talking about.
Cat asks Robbie to help pass out C batteries.
Robbie asks for a hug from Cat in return for helping to pass the C-batteries out.
Cat says maybe she will give Robbie a hug in a flirty tone.
Robbie helps her anyway despite the fact that he may not get a hug afterwards.
A hug from Cat means so much to Robbie that he's willing to help her just for the possibility of getting hugged by her.
Cat asks Tori if Robbie drove her to school, possibly showing that she cares about Robbie.
Robbie (through Rex) defends Cat by telling Tori to not be a grunge.
How Trina Got In
Robbie asks Tori to help him rub his Mamaw's feet, possibly because he didn't want Cat to get upset again.
Robbie knows that Cat keeps candy in her bra which may mean that he and Cat were talking about her bra, Robbie has seen the candy in or being put into her bra, or Cat has given Robbie candy from her bra before.
When Cat offers everyone candy, they are surprised. This means that Robbie was the only one who knew that Cat keeps candy in her bra.
Tori Goes Platinum
Right after the class watches the video of Mason's announcement you see the class get up and Robbie is telling Cat something.
When Sikowitz tells the class to sit down Robbie sits next to Cat.
When Tori walks into class in her new outift, Cat and Robbie turn around at the same time.
Robbie wanted to give Cat bibble, even though she was clearly not allowed to have any.
Ironically, Robbie was the one to notice that Cat wanted to PearChat with Tori.
Robbie didn't wait for Tori to allow him to PearChat with Cat, on Tori's PearBook.
Robbie seems to be looking at Cat in a loving way while they PearChatting.
Robbie called Cat "cutie" during the PearChat session.
Robbie calls Cat "Little red thing" with a smile on his face.
Cat smiles and says "hi" to Andre and Robbie after Robbie calls her "little red thing", but her smile is mainly directed towards Robbie.
Robbie gave Cat bibble.
Cat has a surprised look on her face when her "Bibble Guard" pushes Robbie.
Robbie calls Cat out for eating bibble, probably to keep her from getting addicted.
During the video chat, Robbie's always looking at the screen with a big smile on his face, meaning he never took his eyes off Cat.
Robbie kept calling Cat pet names throughout this episode, which is usually what people do when they're in a relationship.
Robbie might have wanted to go to the Platinum Music Award because he wanted to see Cat.
If Cat didn't have to sit next to Oliver at the Platinum Musics Awards, she would have most likely been sitting next to Robbie.
Robbie and Cat sit next to each other at the lunch table.
When Robbie asks what happened to Jade, he looks at Cat, and even though she was explaining the situation to everyone, she mostly looks at Robbie like she's only talking to him.
When Jade tries to attack Cat while handcuffed to the table, Cat appears to almost bury her head in Robbie's shoulder. Almost like she sees him as a protector.
After Cat tells everyone that Jade cut off her hair, Robbie soothes her by offering his arms.
In the end, in the background, it's seen that Robbie is holding Cat's shoulders, rubbing them for comfort and smiling down at her.
The Blonde Squad'
Several pictures were posted on Nick.com of Cat and Robbie for this episode, one with the caption, "Sweet Serenade Aww, could this finally mean romance for Cat and Robbie?! You'll have to watch to find out!"
In this episode, Robbie reveals that he has a crush on Cat.
Robbie also reveals to have written a song ("I Think You're Swell") about a girl, which is revealed to be Cat Valentine.
Robbie did not bring Rex to school at all in this episode, possibly because he wanted to tell Cat how he felt without Rex interfering or commenting.
Cat hugs Robbie (and Tori and an unknown student) while she's giving out free hugs to everyone.
When Cat complained about her wig hurting in the beginning, Robbie came out just before Tori was about to fix her wig and started yelling at Tori because he is the 'Wig Master', and no one else should touch the wigs. The way he was acting was almost as if he wanted to help Cat and wanted no one else to touch her.
After Cat finishes hugging Robbie, her arms linger around Robbie's neck slightly longer before she pulls away.
Whenever Cat talked about her date with Evan, Robbie became visibly upset or jealous.
When Cat is worried Evan Smith won't go out with her once he finds out she's not really blonde, Robbie stands up and objects, telling Cat that he is tired of hearing her bring herself down, that she is adorable and any boy would be lucky as cheese to date her.
Cat tells Robbie that he's really sweet, but he doesn't know how guys think, then Robbie gets offended and leaves the table.
Robbie fixed Cat's blonde wig despite the fact that he wanted to date her, possibly because he cannot say no to her and/or wanted her to be happy.
When Cat realizes she never told Evan she wasn't a real blonde, she started to cry, which triggered Robbie to put a hand on her shoulder in an effort to comfort her, which she slapped away in pain. Afterward, when Tori told Cat to tell Evan the truth, Cat started to feel sad again and Robbie pats her shoulder. Cat let Robbie comfort her that time.
Robbie looks excited while Cat hugged Tori, probably because he knows he is next and he wants her to hug him.
When Cat hugs Robbie, he looks pleasantly surprised and says "Someone's a Happy Cat", smiling brightly at her. It's possible that, after seeing Cat being super happy, he felt he had a better chance of telling her his feelings while getting a positive response from her and going into a relationship. Or he just might like seeing her happy.
Robbie says that he thinks Evan is pretty dumb for not seeing how great Cat is.
When Robbie ask Cat if she wants to hear the song he wrote she refuses, and then Robbie quietly asks, "Please?" and Cat says, "Okay."
Robbie comforts Cat after Evan turns her down by singing her a song he wrote for her, about her.
They are looking lovingly at each other during the song.
Cat is seen blushing and laughing throughout the whole song.
After the song is over, Robbie looks at Cat in almost a nervous way, as if he wonders if she knows that the song was about her and what her response will be.
When Cat thinks about dying her hair blonde, Robbie winces and shakes his head. This could be because he didn't want her to change who she was and/or that he failed at telling Cat how he feels.
Robbie, along with Tori, follows Cat out of the theater.
Cat is holding a giraffe, the Cabbie animal, during I Think You're Swell.
When Cat is giving out free hugs, she wraps her arms around Robbie's neck and he lifted her off the ground a bit.
When Tori is telling Cat that any guy would be lucky to date her, Robbie nods and adds, "Lucky as cheese."
Robbie helps Cat take off her wig before she confronts Evan.
When they are walking to the bathroom, they almost look like they're holding hands and Robbie comforts her while they're walking.
Jade knows that Robbie played pirates with Cat and seemed to know what actually happened between them when they played pirates the first time. This may be because Cat told her or some other unknown reason.
Cat and Robbie were both visibly upset at the lunch table, although each of them had a different reason to be upset.
Robbie tells Cat that she's being silly when she's worried about what Evan would think of her without the wig.
When the bird lands on Cat's head, Robbie smiles before getting worried and going to help her. This may be because he knew that losing the wig would blow her cover, and he wanted her to be herself. Also, when the bird lands on her head, Robbie is the first to notice this, but that would be sort of impossible since no noise was being made (if anything, her date should have been the first to notice). It's possible that the reason he turned around was to check on how Cat was doing with her date, or that he had been watching her the whole time.
Throughout the episode, Robbie is constantly staring at Cat and comforts her often, even when sometimes it benefits her more than him.
When Tori says "He'll think you're amazing," Robbie smiles in agreement.
Robbie calls Cat by her full name at the lunch table. This is the first time anyone (besides Cat herself on TheSlap) has ever called her by her full name on the show.
When Cat asks Robbie to fix her wig, he says "okay" in a sad and reluctant way.
When Robbie and Cat are leaving so he can help her remove her wig, he holds her wrist loosely.
When Cat and Tori are talking about Evan, Robbie sadly says, "Oh, you met a fella?" Probably because he was planning on telling her how he feels, and he couldn't if she was dating someone else.
After Robbie sings the song to Cat, she puts a hand on his arm and keeps it there until the end of the episode.
Robbie's face lights up when Cat reacted to the song, thinking that she had figured out what he was trying to say.
Robbie sounds worried when Cat tells him and Tori that she didn't tell Evan about the wig or the contacts.
When Tori confronts Robbie about the wig, Robbie says that he is the Wig Master and that it is his duty to help people with their wigs. This could very well just be an excuse for helping Cat because he wanted her to be happy.
Cat laughed about the lyrics of I Think You're Swell, but not in a mean way.
When Tori and Cat are talking about bringing Evan to the premiere of The Blonde Squad (Beck's short film), Robbie chimes in and says, "I was the Wig Master," probably because he wanted to be included in the conversation or he wanted Cat's attention and to stop the conversation from revolving around Evan.
Robbie was acting differently in this episode due to his feelings for Cat.
When Robbie is saying that his song is about a girl (Cat), he leans against a locker and looks away dreamily. He was probably thinking about Cat.
When Trina assumes the song he wrote was about her he tries to correct her that it was in fact not for her at all showing that any crush he had on her before is now over.
Cat reminded Tori and Jade that Robbie had to take off their wigs before going to Nozu, even though the girls could've just taken them off themselves without Robbie's help.
Robbie still sings his song to Cat even though there was a higher chance of rejection with what happened with Evan.
Even though they didn't get together in this episode, Ariana Grande tweeted after this episode aired that Cabbie will happen in a future episode of Victorious.
Part of the song I Think You're Swell says Cat is a baby giraffe, which could mean she is the giraffe that learns to love.
Robbie's song was sweet, but he made it funny so Cat would laugh.
Cat listened to Robbie's song despite the fact that Robbie was partly responsible for Cat getting rejected.
This is the first episode of Victorious to have major hints of Cabbie possibly happening sometime in the future.
One of the lyrics in Robbie's song is "And later if you're hungry, I'll make you some spaghetti." Cat asks Robbie, "Would there be meatballs?" Robbie says, "There would."
Robbie looked upset when Cat thought about dying her hair blonde instead.