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"Big Time Bloopers" is the twelfth and final episode of the third season of Big Time Rush, and the fifty-seventh episode of the overall series. It first aired on Nickelodeon on November 10, 2012. This episode serves as a blooper reel featuring behind-the-scenes footage, hosted by Ciara Bravo and Stephen Kramer Glickman.


Nick Promo with iBust a Thief, BTR and HTR

Credit to Missmack2610


The boys mistakenly ruin the tape of their last episode, so they quickly set up a blooper episode hosted by Stephen Kramer Glickman and Ciara Bravo.

Stephen Glickman and Ciara Bravo introduce bloopers and outtakes from the series.

Songs Featured[]


Stephen: What if Bear suit was cast in Big Time Rush?
Bear Suit: [growls]

Kendall: He goes 'Why do I have to be so delicious?'

James: Balbum? What's a balbum?

Logan: Oh great. He's doing it again, James.
Carlos: ...James (zombie like)
Logan: Oh, great.

Logan: It's his fault. I'm not even doing anything.
James: Yeah.


  • This the first episode dedicated to bloopers of the whole series.
  • There are also a bunch of non-blooper clips, which means that this is the second episode to have a non-blooper/clip-show.
  • This is the last episode to have James Maslow’s hair long
  • The episode that the boys ruin was called Big Time Bear and was directed by Kendall Schmidt.
  • This episode is the Season 3 Finale, and it's their first season finale that didn't show the quote "And the musical journey continues..."[1] Probably because it's a blooper episode.
  • When Carlos scared Kendall you can see Kendall was about to curse.
  • Several clips in the opening titles for this episode were different and Scott Fellows was (possibly purposely) misspelt as Scott Flelows.
  • If you look closely, you could see pictures & posters of the guys like Worldwide & Big Time Movie.
  • This is the last episode to 1. Air on Saturday nights since it moved to Thursdays in season 4 and 2. To air with an iCarly and How to Rock episode as both shows had their series finales shortly after this episode aired.
  • This is the only episode directed by Scott Fellows that was not also written by him.
  • When this episode aired in Italy, the first plot was cut out, so it starts with the "Big Time Super Blooper Show" title card.

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