SUBASE to host cast of 'iCarly'

Naval Submarine Base New London will host the cast of Nickelodeon's "iCarly" on Wednesday, during an advance screening of special episode "iMeet the First Lady." The special brings awareness to the ways kids can support U.S. military families and features a guest appearance by First Lady Michelle Obama.

In "iMeet the First Lady," Mrs. Obama talks to Carly about her service to America as a member of a military family and thanks her friends for supporting Carly during her father's deployment. The episode will premiere Monday, Jan. 16, at 7:30 p.m. on Nickelodeon.

Cast members, including star Miranda Cosgrove, will have an opportunity to visit a submarine at the base before introducing the screening at the base's Dealey Center Theater. Following the screening, cast members will participate in a question and answer session with military families and children attending the event.


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