Sometimes there's nothing left to do but live-tweet an episode of "iCarly" -- even if you are as busy as Anthony Bourdain.
The celebrity chef and TV personality was either incredibly bored, spending quality time with his five-year-old daughter, or some combination of both, when he live-tweeted some hard hitting questions while watching an episode of Nickelodeon's recently defunct series about a three teens who produce a popular web show.
On Jan. 2, 56-year-old Bordain, whose new CNN show "Parts Unknown" premieres later this spring, tweeted:
Carly using Freddy’s sexual obsession to exploit him for free professional services wrong! He’ll probably grow up to be Brett Ratner now.
Freddy’s relationship with his Mom is worrying. Sid Vicious had a similarly dysfunctional codependencywith mum. That ended badly. #iCarly
Does Spencer have a job? Besides hanging out with underage girls? #iCarly
Bourdain isn't alone in his musings, as we've also wondered how Carly's older brother, Spencer, is able to afford such a sweet apartment by selling his "art." Bourdain asks the big questions of the show that ran for seven seasons and attracted big name guest stars including, Michelle Obama, Emma Stone, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and the British boy band One Direction -- and we have to say he's right on target when he asked:
"And what’s Marvin Marvin’s story?"
"iCarly" may be over, but there's plenty of other shows to check out in 2013: