So many comedies and tragedies unfold on Stickam, the site at times seems an amphitheatre for the Digital Age, where thousands come to be amused by the histrionics of their favorite online characters. For months StickyDrama has blogged on the intrigue of the e-famous. But have television writers entered the fray, sanitizing distinctively “sticky dramas” for broadcast cable?

iCarly is a Nickelodeon series revolving around the title character Carly Shay, star of her own webcast produced by her best friends Freddie and Sam—who resemble our own Adam Paranoia and Pretty Nicki. But it’s really NathanAmazing who should sue for the character Nevel Papperman, a shameless Xerox copy of Stickam’s most fearsome buttpirate.

In the episode “iRue the Day,” Nevel, whose website receives five million page views per day, shuts down Carly’s webcast. The hack was an act of revenge: He had earlier confessed to having crush on her, and she told him the feeling wasn’t mutual.

According to StickyDrama’s AIM logs, Nathan plays out the same little drama 2.3 times per week, ever since we started keeping track of the 15-year-old p33n-freak. The plot could have come straight off the pages of StickyDrama, had Nevel demanded that Freddie whip out his cock and eat his own cum. Wouldn’t you agree, Nick?


  1. I would def see sam as more of a kiki kannibal, shes bitchyyy and loves to make fun of people haha
    pretty nicki doesnt do shit on stickam

  2. funny how you show that picture of “nathan” as if it’s really his picture and he’s really a teenaged boy!

  3. i am also wondering why sticky was down for 2-3 days randomly with no explanation.
    could it be matthew lush shut them down like he said he would?
    this post did entertain me though.

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