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That's So Raven
That's So Raven is an American television sitcom. The show premiered on Disney Channel on January 17, 2003 and ended on November 10, 2007.
That's So Raven is an American television sitcom. The show premiered on Disney Channel on January 17, 2003 and ended on November 10, 2007.
The plot revolves around teenage Raven Baxter and her schemes to get herself, her friends Eddie and Chelsea, and family members, such as her brother Cory, out of various situations, usually by using her psychic powers and her skills as a master of disguise, neither of which help.
- Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter
- Kyle Massey as Cory Baxter
- Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Daniels
- Orlando Brown as Eddie Thomas
- T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter (67 episodes, 2003-2005 , Seasons 1-3)
- Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
Season 1: 2003-2004
This season was shot June 2002 to September 2002
- Note: Anneliese Van Der Pol missed a few episodes of this season.
|1||"Mother Dearest"||January 17, 2003||103|
|Raven gets in trouble for telling off a spiteful teacher. The teacher, in return, requests to meet with Raven's parents "TODAY!" Raven had just gotten a phone from her parents because of her mature attitude, so she does everything she can to stop them from meeting with her teacher, including dressing up as --and pretending to be -- her own mother. Meanwhile, a bully takes over Eddie's locker.|
Raven Disguise: Altered version of Tanya Baxter.
|2||"Test of Friendship"||January 17, 2003||102|
|After Raven has a vision that Eddie is going to fail his Spanish test (which will get him kicked off the basketball team), she tries her best to keep it from happening. She and Chelsea decide to help Eddie study. But when Eddie finds out that Raven knows the answers, and subsequently refuses to help him cheat, he thinks she's not being a good friend. This leads to a true test of friendship.|
Raven Disguise: A window washer.
Chelsea Disguise: A window washer.
|3||"Party Animal"||January 17, 2003||109|
|Cory wants "the best birthday party ever" to show up his nemesis, Billy. As Raven helps to prepare for the party, she has a vision of Cory saying that he hates her. So she decides to hire a Steve Irwin-like entertainer -- without the permission of her parents -- who are ill in bed with food poisoning. However, the party is in serious jeopardy when "Reptile Rick" is unable to perform, due to an upset stomach. This forces Raven to impersonate him, and she pretends to wrestle a snake.|
Raven Disguise: "Reptile Raven", a Steve Irwin-like entertainer. The "Go Cory!"chant from this episode was used in the spin-off of this series, Cory in the House's theme song.
|4||"Wake Up, Victor"||January 17, 2003||119|
|Victor has to do a cooking segment for the TV show "Hello, San Francisco". Just moments earlier, Cory's new friend, Myles, accidentally hypnotized Victor when he was trying to hypnotize Raven and Chelsea into kissing himself and Cory. And, the only way Myles will tell Raven the secret word to "un-hypnotize" Victor is if she kisses him.|
|5||"A Fish Called Raven"||January 24, 2003||121|
|Raven is busily trying to become Chief Editor of the school newspaper when she has a vision of Eddie scoring the winning basket at an upcoming basketball game. She excitedly tells Chelsea. Little does Raven know that Serena (Spencer Redford), a rival for the editing job, was eavesdropping, and hears Raven mention that she is psychic. Serena threatens to expose Raven's secret, unless Raven backs off.|
Raven Disguise: Barracuda mascot.
|6||"Smell of Victory"||January 31, 2003||101|
|Raven is partnered with Ben "Stinky" Sturky for a science project. He is well-known for his terrible body odor, so Raven goes to extreme lengths to avoid him. Unfortunately, he develops feelings for her. Meanwhile, Eddie gets a gigantic pimple right before a big date, and he tries everything to get rid of it.|
|7||"Campaign in the Neck"||February 7, 2003||117|
|After taking Raven's well-intentioned advice, Chelsea runs for School President. Later, Raven has a vision of Chelsea losing the election to Ben Sturky, so she bribes everyone to vote for Chelsea, in return for doing various chores.|
|8||"Saving Psychic Raven"||February 21, 2003||120|
|After a girl recognizes that Raven had a vision, she brings her to a club full of psychic teens. But when Raven discovers that they like to use their powers to torment "normies" (non-psychic people), she must choose between her new friends, or Eddie and Chelsea. Meanwhile, Cory thinks his pet rat is lonely, so he and his parents help Lionel to find a mate.*Note - The title is based off of the movie Saving Private Ryan.|
|9||"The Parties"||February 28, 2003||107|
|Raven and her rival, Nikki (Kirsten Storms), both have parties planned on the same night. Nikki always uses dirty tricks to make sure Raven looks like a fool, even sending everyone e-mails that she Raven changed her party date to one week sooner.|
Raven Disguise: Green-faced "monster".
|10||"Ye Olde Dating Game"||March 28, 2003||112|
|Raven has a vision that her crush, Gabriel (Arjay Smith), wants her to be his girlfriend, so she has to drop major hints to get him to invite her to an upcoming dance.|
Raven Disguise: A witch/princess.
Chelsea Disguise: A queen.
Eddie Disguise: A hunchback.
|11||"Dissin' Cousins"||April 11, 2003||115|
|Raven's cousin, Andrea, comes to visit for a whole week, yet Raven can't stand her. They both brag about how great their own lives are. When Andrea says that Raven doesn't know what it is like to have a boyfriend, Raven pretends that Eddie is her boyfriend. In the end, Raven and Andrea make up, and become friends.|
|12||"Teach Your Children Well"||May 2, 2003||111|
|Raven is mortified when her mother is offered (and accepts) a job as Raven's English class's substitute teacher. When Raven accidentally hands in an angry letter about it with her homework, she tries to figure out a plan to get it back before her mother reads it.|
|13||"Driven to Insanity"||May 30, 2003||104|
|Despite the fact that her parents refuse to let her, Raven sneaks out to go on a date with an older guy named Matthew, who turned out to be ill-mannered and immature.|
|14||"A Dog by Any Other Name"||June 20, 2003||116|
|Chelsea falls in love with a guy named Sam (Mike Erwin), who has the same name as her dog. Chelsea has hallucinations when she says Sam's name, and imagines her dog's head on her new boyfriend's body.|
Raven Disguise: A rapping jock.
Chelsea Disguise: A cool jock.
|15||"Saturday Afternoon Fever"||July 11, 2003||106|
|Raven, in a predicament, runs back and forth between her mother and her crush, a boy named Ricky, at the movie theater.|
Raven Disguise: Movie theater employee.
|16||"A Fight at the Opera"||August 8, 2003||118|
|Raven and Chelsea perform in a school opera, although when their ideas collide, they each end up singing their own songs --and fighting for the last spot left up on stage. Meanwhile, Tanya and Victor can't stand to see Cory's "lame" science project, even though Cory tricks them for his "real" project.|
Raven Disguise: A spoiled shopper.
Chelsea Disguise: A rotting tree.
|17||"Psychics Wanted"||August 22, 2003||114|
| When Raven's ability to truly see the future lands her a job with a psychic hot line, she tries to use it to manipulate a new boy at school into liking her. Meanwhile, Chelsea and Eddie cause trouble at their own jobs.|
Raven Disguise: "Miss Talula", a psychic who helps customers on the phone.
* Note - Based on fraudulent TV psychic "Miss Cleo".
|18||"If I Only Had a Job"||September 12, 2003||110|
| When Raven accidentally gets Victor fired from his job, she disguises herself as an international star named Liz Anya to "sweet talk" the restaurant's manager and clientèle's about Victor.|
Raven Disguise: Liz Anya.
Chelsea Disguise: Liz Anya's executive.
Eddie Disguise: Liz Anya's bodyguard.
* Note - The title comes from the song "If Only I Had a Brain" from The Wizard of Oz.
|19||"Escape Claus"||December 5, 2003||105|
|Raven opens her Christmas present early, and ruins it at school. The next day, she plans on ditching school with Eddie and Chelsea to replace it, but ends up running into her parents and teacher.|
Raven Disguise: Santa Claus/Makeover Artist.
Chelsea Disguise: Cosmetologist.
Eddie Disguise" Cool Consultant.
|20||"Separation Anxiety"||December 19, 2003||108|
|Raven has a vision that her parents are going to "split up", so she tries the best she can to stop her vision from happening by making a parody of their first date.|
Raven Disguise: An employee/representative of "Leona's Hair Emporium".
Chelsea Disguise: A waitress/country back-up singer at Raven's "restaurant".
Eddie Disguise: A waiter/country back-up singer at Raven's "restaurant".
|21||"To See or Not to See"||March 19, 2004||113|
|Raven's visions lead to embarrassing moments for Eddie and Chelsea. So, after a talk with her Grandma Viv, Raven decides not to tell Eddie and Chelsea her visions anymore.|
 Season 2: 2003-2004This season was shot April 2003 to September 2003
|22||"Out of Control"||October 3, 2003||203|
|Raven's father opens his own restaurant, and Raven wants to control everything that happens. Raven then has a vision of Eddie and Chelsea -- allegedly -- kissing. So she disguises herself, and goes to Chelsea's house to find out what is really going on. As it turns out, they were really just practicing salsa dancing for a talent show at "The Chill Grill"'s grand opening. At the restaurant, she tries apologizing to them while they dance.|
Raven Disguise: Plumber.
|23||"Don't Have a Cow"||October 17, 2003||204|
|Raven and Chelsea are the only students not invited to a Halloween party thrown by Alana, Raven's arch-nemesis, so they try to use a wish potion in Grandma Viv's spell book. However, the plan goes awry, and turns them into cows.|
|24||"Run Raven Run"||November 7, 2003||202|
|Raven and Alana fight over a cute guy named Devon Carter, but then Raven has a vision of Alana getting hit by a TV cart. When Raven saves Alana, she accidentally knocks Alana into open cans of blue paint. She then pretends to be Alana's hairdresser to apologize. But, while talking to Alana, she accidentally drops her gum into Alana's hair. When Alana finds it, she has to cover up the part of her hair with the gum. Alana and her posse want revenge, and quickly hunt Raven down. Cory, home-bound because of chicken pox, offers to help Raven, but only if she cleans his room for a month.|
Raven Disguise: Hairdresser.
|25||"Clothes Minded"||January 1, 2004||207|
|When Principal Lawler introduces a new school uniform, Raven decides to protest, and ends up only being supported by Alana and her posse. When she has a vision of the group seeking revenge, Raven attempts to stop their scheme, which involves a large wheel of smelly cheese being put into a hot air vent, and framing Eddie and Chelsea.|
|26||"Four's a Crowd"||January 30, 2004||206|
|Raven goes on her first real date with her crush, Devon, and grows anxious when she has a vision that he's going to kiss her on the date.Raven Disguise: "Captain Pepperoni" the Pirate.|
|27||"Hearts and Minds"||February 6, 2004||212|
|Raven has a vision of Cory getting no valentine, so she tries to give him tips on winning over his crush, Danielle (Destiny Hammond). But he ends up winning every other girl's heart --except for Danielle herself -- due to Eddie's rapping advice, and having the popularity go to his head. Devon is gone, and Raven encounters problems with mailing an overly-large card to him for Valentine's Day.|
|28||"Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind"||March 26, 2004||211|
| Raven gets invited to a convention for Devon's favorite show, "Astro Force Five". Raven doesn't want to go, but when she has a vision of Devon nuzzling with another girl, she and Chelsea crash the convention -- in disguise, of course. Eddie also crashes the convention, but he intends to meet a female star on the show whom he has a crush on. As it turns out, nuzzling is just the traditional greeting on "Astro Force Five". Meanwhile, Cory has a new money scheme -- pretending to read the minds of animals.|
Raven Disguise: Evil Captain Grebo.
Chelsea Disguise: Princess Juliana.
|29||"That's So Not Raven"||April 9, 2004||201|
|Raven has a vision of herself modeling a dress that she designed. She is accepted into the fashion industry modeling her clothes. But when it appears in the magazine, her body has been altered, and she appears much thinner than she really is. She is upset that her own body was not used, and also that the head of the agency only believes that there is only one look for all models. Meanwhile, Cory tries to convince his parents that he should get a new video game system.|
|30||"Blue in the Face"||April 16, 2004||208|
|Raven must get a good grade on a science project, or else her mother will forbid her from going out with Devon to an upcoming concert. She makes a deal with Cory's friend, William, trade projects. By accident, she ends up creating an unstable chemical reaction in the science lab, which causes Raven and Victor(who had come to bring Raven her lunch, which she forgot at home) to get covered in some sort of blue substance that will not wash off for a few days.|
|31||"Spa Day Afternoon"||May 21, 2004||209|
|Raven and her mother spend a day at a health spa, but all Raven really wants to do is meet her favorite singer, Maisha (Debra Wilson). Things go from bad to worse when Maisha's dog jumps into Raven's bag, and Maisha thinks Raven "dog-napped" it.|
|32||"Leave It to Diva"||May 28, 2004||213|
|Raven finds out that she can read minds after suffering "a psychic cold". Meanwhile, Victor's posh mother comes to town, and wants her granddaughter, Raven, to join her "White Glove Society" as a junior member. However, things go horribly wrong when Cory's pet rat, Lionel, "interrupts" the meeting. This causes the ladies to scream and panic. In the end, Raven admits her secret to her grandmother.|
|33||"There Goes the Bride"||June 11, 2004||216|
| Raven has a vision that Devon gives her a wedding ring, only for her hopes to be dashed when that ring actually belongs to his father and bride for an upcoming wedding. Even worse, Devon and his family are moving to Seattle right after the wedding.|
Raven Disguise: Devon's father's bride.
* Note - This episode has a more serious edge than the usual comedy that is typical of the show.
|34||"Radio Heads"||June 25, 2004||215|
|When Eddie hosts a radio show at school, with Raven as a guest/co-host, Raven and Eddie clash over hosting duties. Things go terribly wrong when Raven makes Eddie mad, and he quits. Raven embarrasses herself on the radio show, and does not know how to operate the machines. In the end, Eddie forgives Raven, and she gives Eddie back his hosting duties.|
|35||"A Goat's Tale"||July 2, 2004||217|
|Eddie steals the opposing school's goat mascot, but Chelsea feels sorry for the goat, and "mothers" it.|
|36||"He's Got the Power"||July 9, 2004||205|
|A comet flies over San Francisco, giving Eddie the same psychic powers as Raven, only that he can have a vision whenever he wants. Unfortunately, the popularity goes to his head, and then gets him into trouble when he falsely predicts a racehorse for an old friend to gamble on. Guest stars Haylie Duff.|
Raven Disguise: '70s diva, "Coffee".
Chelsea Disguise: '70s diva, "Cream".
Eddie Disguise: Real Funky '70s Dude.
|37||"Skunk'd"||July 16, 2004||219|
|Chelsea invites Raven on the Environmental Club's camping trip. Raven, not enjoying the outdoors, brings along portable gadgets and a luxurious tent. This leads to an argument between Raven and Chelsea, which makes Chelsea think that she and Raven shouldn't be friends.|
|38||"The Dating Shame"||July 23, 2004||218|
|Raven and Chelsea go on a TV dating game show called Termi-Date for a chance to date a cute guy named Chad. Raven then has a vision that she'll turn on Chelsea, and call her "a loser". Even though they both said nice things to each other, the director of the show took out the nice bits, and made it sound like it was horribly mean. That's when Raven and Chelsea argue. Meanwhile, Cory lies about a babysitter being with him, so that he can have the house to himself. Cory is happy at first, until he sees a late-night horror movie called Eye of the Zombie 2, and he becomes scared.* Note - The title is a parody of the TV game show The Dating Game.|
|39||"The Road to Audition"||July 30, 2004||214|
|After Raven has a vision about a representative from her favorite show, "Undercover Superstars", posing as a janitor at her school, the entire student body seeks to impress him with their performances, only to discover that he works for the health department. Refusing to perform again for another "janitor", Raven misses the opportunity to impress a real talent scout, Paula Abdul. (This episode scored 7.8 million viewers during its time)|
|40||"The Lying Game"||August 6, 2004||220|
|It's Career Day, and Raven is assigned to be a teacher's aide -- in Cory's classroom. When they arrive home fighting and dishevled, they both offer an outlandish tale about what happened in the classroom that day. Raven insists that she was the picture of perfection, and Cory was obnoxious; while Cory's story describes Raven as a witch-like character, who tormented the children. In the end, a classmate of Cory's reveals that "it was all an accident".|
|41||"Numb and Number"||September 10, 2004||221|
|Cory has to go to the dentist. He is terrified, so Raven goes with him to calm his fears. When they get there, Raven sits in the dentist's chair to show Cory that there is nothing to be scared of - until the dentist tells her that she has a cavity. Suddenly scared, the two of them try to run, ending up with Raven posing as "Dr. Thinkenfast", and Cory as "Dr. Dowhatisay". Meanwhile, Victor; Chelsea; and Eddie are working on a Chill Grill advertisement video, but struggle with creative control.* Note - The title comes from the movie Dumb and Dumber.|
|42||"My Big Fat Pizza Party"||September 17, 2004||210|
|Raven and Chelsea get waitress jobs at The Chill Grill to raise money to go on a ski trip. They chat with customers, and ignore their duties, so Victor fires them. They persuade him to give them another chance, and try to plan a big party for the restaurant that night. Unfortunately, they both plan a separate party, along with one already booked, leading to three bashes on the same night!* Note - The title comes from the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding.|
|43||"Shake, Rattle, and Rae"||September 24, 2004||222|
|Raven tries to make peace with Alana to avoid suspension from school. Meanwhile, Eddie turns to Victor for driving lessons.* Note - The title comes from the song "Shake, Rattle and Roll".|
 Season 3: 2004-2006This season was shot between April 2004 and January 2006.
|44||"Psychic Eye for the Sloppy Guy"||October 1, 2004||301|
|Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie give an artist at school named Tyler a makeover. Tyler has a crush on Raven, but he is not Raven's type, so she tells him that she just wants to be friends. After the makeover, Tyler turns out to be really handsome, so she wants him back. But he's already dating someone else. This causes Raven to -- unsuccessfully -- try to break them up at a restaurant.|
Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie Disguises: Power Rangers-like figures.
|45||"Stark Raven Mad"||October 2, 2004||304|
|Raven tries to deal with her annoying new neighbor, Sierra (Juliette Goglia), as well as getting close to her science partner, Jalen. Meanwhile, Eddie and Chelsea do their project on the effects of not sleeping for 48 hours -- with unwilling partners Tanya and Victor.|
|46||"Opportunity Shocks"||November 5, 2004||309|
|Raven, Cory, and Victor try to sell a business entrepreneur his next venture. However, Raven is constantly interrupted by an annoying seven-year-old named Stanley (Bobb'e J. Thompson).|
|47||"Taken to the Cleaners"||November 19, 2004||313|
|Raven and Chelsea's plans for an all-day movie marathon are ruined when Eddie has to bring his annoying neighbor, Stanley, with him. Even worse, Stanley still has the hots for Raven. Meanwhile, Cory; Victor; and Eddie all lose their valuables to Stanley in a game of ping-pong. Chelsea then decides to play him for all their stuff back -- a fatal mistake, on Stanley's part; Chelsea is a champion ping-pong player! Macy Gray has a cameo in this episode as an employee for the dry cleaning company.|
|48||"Five Finger Discount"||December 3, 2004||302|
|Cory gets sucked into a world of peer pressure after his friends (Cody Linley and Christopher Massey) goad him into shoplifting at a toy store. His guilt causes him to have nightmares. Raven has a vision of Cory getting stopped by a security guard for shoplifting again, and tries to prevent it —- but, as usual, she must disguise herself -- as a security guard -- making the vision come true! In disguise, Raven is able to tell the real security guard that the other boys have been shoplifting, and Cory leaves his "friends". Meanwhile, Raven; Chelsea; and Eddie win a "mystery prize" in a soda-can contest. The audience never discovers what this prize is, but clues are dropped, ending in the prize getting ruined -— right before the audience sees it. Clues are: that Chelsea says "Our prize isn't allowed in the mall!", and Eddie saying "This one is!". Another one is Raven telling Eddie and Chelsea not to get it wet.|
Raven Disguise: Security Guard.
|49||"Sweeps"||December 11, 2004||311|
|The community gets ready for their annual play, and everything goes well -- until Raven has a vision of the audience jeering the play. Raven decides to take charge of all aspects of the play, thus becoming overly bossy and arrogant. This drives everyone else to quit. Now, Raven must put on the show -- by herself!|
|50||"Double Vision"||December 17, 2004||318|
|Raven tries to keep her distance from Ben (Travis Van Winkle), a boy whom Chelsea likes. While doing so, she has a vision of another student getting into a freak accident —- and to her surprise, Ben has the same vision. The two realize that they are both psychic, but Ben has not told his family or friends about his "gift". Raven tries to persuade him to be honest, leading Chelsea to think that Raven and Ben are dating. Elsewhere, a pop star comes to the school, and Eddie ends up trapped in a closet with her -- right before her scheduled performance!|
|51||"Bend It like Baxter"||January 7, 2005||315|
|A Russian gymnast, who resembles Raven, comes to the school. A boy Raven really likes mixes up the two girls, leading Raven to pretend to be the gymnast. At the gymnastics meet, which is scheduled for the next day, the boy thinks Raven's entering. Raven thinks the Russian girl can take her place, but -- unfortunately -- the Russian gymnast sprains her ankle, and can't perform!|
|52||"The Big Buzz"||January 28, 2005||322|
|Raven desperately strives to win "Best Dressed" at school, with the help of a shy guidance counselor, who lacks self-confidence.|
|53||"True Colors"||February 4, 2005||303|
|Raven and Chelsea apply for jobs at an upscale clothing store, but -- despite her obvious skills, and Chelsea's incompetence -- Chelsea is the one chosen. However, when Raven has a vision indicating that the manager (Devon Odessa) is a racist (and this was the only reason she didn't get the job), she goes undercover for a TV news report (with Chelsea and Eddie's help) to expose the truth. Meanwhile, Cory has to write an essay on Black History Month.|
|54||"Dog Day Aftergroom"||February 11, 2005||317|
|Chelsea gets a job at "Camp Woof-Woof", a dog day- care in the neighborhood. Even though she works for free, Raven and Eddie decide to work for money. Their most important client is a famous show poodle that is in a show that very night. Unfortunately, Raven's pink armband falls into the tub while she and Eddie are bathing the dog, turning it bright pink! The three scramble to fix the problem. At home, Victor joins a knitting club full of old ladies, who prove to be quite formidable when Cory tries to sell their products.|
|55||"The Royal Treatment"||February 18, 2005||310|
|Raven is the first friend of a new exchange student (Dempsey Pappion). He offers her a feather, which she accepts confusedly. She later invites him back to her house; after spending some time getting acquainted with Raven's friends, he gives her a seashell. Chelsea thinks it's a crush —- and she is right, as the exchange student then sends her a beautiful dress. She puts it on -- against her mother's wishes -- and goes to a party at the embassy (seen in a vision). Tanya, though, soon discovers that Raven has inadvertently accepted a marriage proposal from the Prince of his country, Shakobi (fictional)! Eddie and Chelsea must go undercover as dancers to stop the ceremony. Meanwhile, Cory's pet rat, Lionel, wins a magazine photo contest, and an eccentric photographer comes to the house.|
|56||"Art Breaker"||February 25, 2005||308|
|Raven is less than thrilled about Chelsea's sculpture of her: an abstract piece, which blends the real Raven with the bird of the same name, creating a head with an enormous beak. Raven thinks Chelsea is making fun of her, which breaks Chelsea's heart. When Raven shows the sculpture to Eddie, though, she accidentally destroys it, leading her to "become a piece of art" at Chelsea's show! Meanwhile, Cory sells soda to kids in milk cartons at school after the school bans sugar. Cyndi Lauper guest stars as Mrs. Petuto, Raven's art teacher.|
|57||"Boyz 'N Commotion"||March 11, 2005||306|
|Bianca and her posse make trouble for Raven when the latter must bring in some form of entertainment. She abruptly blurts out that she knows the boys in the band "Boyz 'N Motion", and she can get them to perform. Surprisingly, they agree, staying at her house the night before the big show. Unfortunately, the boys get lazy and complacent as the Baxters wait on them, and do not show up for their performance. Raven and her friends disguise themselves as the "Boyz", but in the end, they appear; it seems Tanya scolded them. Meanwhile, Cory hits upon a scheme to take items that the "Boyz" have used, and sell them on the Internet.|
|58||"Gettin' Outta Dodge"||April 8, 2005||319|
|Raven accidentally hits Bianca in the face during a game of dodgeball. Surprisingly, it makes her a nice person, leading everyone to think Raven is the toughest girl in school. She abuses her newfound power, and takes over Bianca's old posse, but soon regrets it. The only cure, though, is to hit Bianca with another dodge ball.|
|59||"On Top of Old Oakey"||April 22, 2005||305|
|Chelsea falls in love with a cute vegetarian boy named Jake (Ricky Ullman), but Raven has a vision of Jake eating ribs at "The Chill Grill".|
|60||"They Work Hard for His Honey"||April 29, 2005||307|
|Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie get jobs at the school store for service credit from Mrs. DePaulo, who makes Eddie the manager (based on nothing). Everything starts out just right -- until Eddie hires his girlfriend, Chantel, to work there. This makes Raven and Chelsea do all the work, while he and Chantel do nothing. To make matters worse, Eddie told Chantel that he is rich, romancing her with lobsters and steaks; to do this, he constantly borrows money from Raven and Chelsea. They finally tell him off, and Raven has a vision of Eddie reaching into the store's vault, apparently stealing. Eddie really hid a present, though, and Raven soon makes a mess out of things —- in more ways than one!|
|61||"Mind Your Own Business"||May 13, 2005||327|
|Raven, Eddie, and Chelsea all decide to join an after-school club, "Future Leaders United in Business" (the FLUB club). At first, they work well with each other to defeat a competing team, but then they must compete against each other for a shopping spree. The competition soon gets the best of their friendship.|
|62||"Hizzouse Party"||June 13, 2005||312|
|Victor and Tanya go out of town, leaving Raven and Cory home alone. After Raven accidentally breaks a lamp, she lets Cory throw a party to try to raise enough money to buy the expensive lamp back. However, a scheme of Cory's ends up backfiring on both of them.|
|63||"Mismatch Maker"||June 14, 2005||325|
|Eddie and Chantel break up, and Raven accidentally makes things worse between the two. So she tries to get them back together at a ceremony for the basketball team.|
|64||"Chef-Man and Raven"||June 15, 2005||314|
|The host of a popular cooking show turns out to be an old rival of Victor's, who challenges Victor to compete on the show.|
|65||"When in Dome"||June 16, 2005||328|
|Jennifer (Rheagan Wallace), an old friend of Chelsea's visits, and Raven becomes jealous when she realizes they have more in common with each other than she does with Chelsea.|
|66||"Too Much Pressure"||June 17, 2005||323|
|Raven and Chelsea desperately want to appear in a music star's new video, "Gotta Get You Back". This leads them to trick Cory into taking dancing lessons.|
|67||"Extreme Cory"||July 8, 2005||326|
|Cory wants to be in a hip "extreme" skateboarding group, but he doesn't know how to skateboard. So he asks Raven to help him get in the club.|
|68||"The Grill Next Door"||July 8, 2005||324|
|Victor's old rival returns, and opens a similar restaurant near "The Chill Grill". Cory and his band plan to perform to get his father's customers back, but after rejecting Stanley, they lose the customers to the "Hill Grill", and made them more famous. Raven has to pretend to be Stanley's girlfriend, so that he will sing at "The Chill Grill", and bring back the customers.|
|69||"Point of No Return"||July 23, 2005||330|
|Raven's father gives her $100 for a calculator, which is for her trigonometry class at school. However, she decides to buy a blouse to wear to an upcoming party instead, then return the blouse the next day, and get her money back to buy the calculator. Unfortunately, Raven accidentally gets lipstick on the blouse. Now, she; Eddie; and Chelsea must try to get the stain out, and return the blouse. Meanwhile, Victor and Cory take an annual father-son shopping trip. Cory doesn't like the trip, especially when Victor embarrasses him in front of girls he likes.|
|70-71||"Country Cousins"||July 29, 2005||320/321|
|Raven visits some relatives to try to settle a long-standing family feud. This episode guest stars Kym Whitley as Cousin Vicky, and Giovonnie Samuels as Betty Jane.(This was the highest-rated episode ever, with over 10.8 Million Viewers)|
|72||"Food for Thought"||September 18, 2005||316|
|The cafeteria at Raven's school is turned into a food court full of junk food. All of the students love the food, except Chelsea, who sees it as unhealthy. As all of the teens gradually become slower, fatter, and less energetic, Raven saves herself by seeing a future in which everyone at school grows a huge posterior! She and Chelsea must stop the "attack of the giant booties", which becomes hard when the food court begins to offer breakfast programs and take-out. To make matters worse, the junk-filled court could become a nationwide chain in all schools if Raven's school votes "yes" to the program. Can she and Chelsea save the day before everyone suffers from "a lot of junk in the trunk"?Note: Raven's visions don't come true. And, Raven admits that how she looks in her vision is really how fat her posterior is! This is also the only episode in which Raven's vision was shot in front of a studio audience. This episode is also Tanya Baxter's (T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh) last episode.|
|73||"Mr. Perfect"||October 7, 2005||329|
|Raven has a vision that her "perfect" boyfriend is too perfect for her.|
|74||"Goin' Hollywood"||November 4, 2005||333|
|Cory wins a brief role on a TV show, where the child actress on the show wants to try life as a regular kid. This episode guest stars Alyson Stoner as Lindy Hopper/Ally Parker.|
|75||"Save the Last Dance"||November 25, 2005||334|
|Raven ends up with no date for her junior prom.|
|76||"Cake Fear"||December 16, 2005||332|
|Mr. Baxter does not trust Raven and Cory alone when he goes away for the weekend, since last time they threw a party with a mechanical bull. So he re-hires their old babysitter Miss Patterson (Mary Gross) aka "Push-over Patterson". When she arrives, she is the same old push-over, but she has this mysterious bag that whenever it's mention, she gets all weird and intense. When she takes a shower for five and a half minutes, -because that's all the time they gave her when she went away - Raven, Cory, Eddie and Chelsea look in her bag and find a scrapbook with newspaper articles. The first article reads "Revenge Seeking Babysitter sent away", and the next one says "Revenge Seeking Babysitter Escapes". Years ago, Raven and Cory ate an entire birthday cake that was for their mom, and blamed Miss Patterson for it. Now, they are convinced she has returned for revenge.|
|77||"Vision Impossible"||January 6, 2006||335|
|Raven has a problem with her visions, and considers having them removed permanently.|
|78||"The Four Aces"||January 16, 2006||331|
|Raven does her community service project at a retirement home, and helping Ms. Ronnie Wilcox (Della Reese), a former singer. Along the way, she discovers that "The Chill Grill" was once a swinging nightclub, called "The Four Aces", and plans a huge themed party, featuring jazzy performances from the whole cast. Finally, Ms. Wilcox performs, and brings the house down.|
 Season 4: 2006-2007This season was shot June 2005 to November 2007.
|79||"Raven, Sydney and the Man"||February 20, 2006||403|
|Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie volunteer to run clubs for Mrs. Valentine's class at the Community Center. While there, Raven must deal with mentoring an obnoxious little girl named Sydney (Sydney Park). Raven finds out that Sydney never knew her real parents, and eventually they grow a sisterly bond.|
|80||"Pin Pals"||February 24, 2006||401|
|Raven must choose between going with Chelsea and Eddie for a bowling tournament, or sneaking into world-famous fashion designer Donna Cabonna's (Anne-Marie Johnson) fashion show to show off her designs. She chooses to go to the fashion show, and ends up "saving the night"...before she destroys it. She then becomes an intern for Donna Cabonna.|
|81||"Dues & Dont's"||March 3, 2006||404|
|Raven has a vision that she'll get an awesome office on her first day at work, and decides to brag about it, but then she is greatly disappointed when she learns the truth.|
|82||"Unhappy Medium"||March 17, 2006||407|
|Teen actress Nicky Logan (Brooke Lyons) arrives at Bayside High School to shoot a new movie, and asks Raven for pointers on being a psychic. Raven's more than happy to help -- if it means joining Nicky Logan's "circle".|
|83||"Adventures in Boss-Sitting"||March 24, 2006||406|
|Raven must deal with entertaining both her boyfriend and Donna Cabonna on the same night.|
|84||"Hook Up My Space"||March 31, 2006||408|
|Raven is feeling that her room isn't big enough.a When she gets a vision of Cory asking Victor if he can move his band to the basement, Raven interrupts her brother, and gets to Victor first. Cory gets mad, and uses the TV makeover show Hook Up My Space to make Raven's room just how she hated it, instead of the way she would want it. Even though Raven gets embarrassed on national television, Cory later makes over her new room exactly how she wanted it. Meanwhile, Victor and Eddie decide they need to workout after finding it too hard to lift a box of pillows. This leads them to move Victor's old weights up to Raven's old room to exercise.|
|85||"Driving Miss Lazy"||April 21, 2006||405|
|Raven’s best friend, Eddie, gets his driver’s license, and he decides to buy a car with Raven and Chelsea. Raven and Chelsea boss Eddie around by creating a "voting" system -- tilted in their favor -- and even painting their beloved car pink. After being their valet for too long, Eddie takes a drive to the countryside by himself. Sheriff Jefferson (Tim Reid) arrests Eddie on suspicion of being "The Pink Bandit", who is responsible for a string of recent burglaries in the area. Raven sees this in a vision, and dons yet another disguise to save her friend. At home, Stanley sells Cory cologne that he says will attract girls, but it turns out to attract dogs.|
Raven Disguise: Criminal Defense Attorney.
|86||"Be Prepared"||May 12, 2006||413|
|First Lady of California, Maria Shriver, guest stars. Raven agrees to help her boss, Donna Cabonna, shoot a PSA commercial about emergency preparedness. Raven gets Boyz 'N Motion to shoot the video, but the trio began to turn against each other, and then break up. Raven and the others start to panic when the alarm in the office goes off, and they don't know how to exit the building safely.|
|87||"Juicer Consequences"||June 24, 2006||402|
|Raven and Chelsea get into a huge fight because Raven only thinks about herself, and never listens to others. Meanwhile, Cory starts junior high school, and becomes a business partner with a bully named "The Juicer".Raven Disguise: Cafeteria Lunch Lady.|
|88||"Sister Act"||July 8, 2006||412|
|Raven and Sydney enter a beauty pageant to raise money for the Community Center. Things get personal when Muffy and her younger sister, Buffy, enter the pageant. Then, Raven and Muffy become too competitive, leading to everyone in the room quarreling -- even Chelsea, Eddie, Stanley, Cory, and the audience. When Raven has a vision of Sydney releasing the rope that holds a giant globe that will crush Buffy during the fight, she stopped Sydney and everyone from fighting. However, all 4 of the girls were immediately "disqualified for starting a fight".|
|89||"Checkin' Out"||July 28, 2006||422|
|Raven must organize an important photo-shoot for Donna Cabonna at the Tipton Hotel in Boston. Meanwhile, Eddie and Cory use Chelsea's paddle balls to get money by her breaking records. They think that it will be easy, until the defending paddle ball champion -- Stanley -- shows up.|
|90||"Fur Better or Worse"||August 5, 2006||410|
| Raven shows Donna Cabonna her sketches for their new fall clothing line. Donna likes her designs, but thinks that they would be better with a fur collar on them. Raven quickly tells her best friend, Chelsea, about "her good news". Chelsea, along with her Friendly Earth Society club members, protest the use of real animal fur in clothing, resulting Raven and Chelsea's friendship turning sour. Meanwhile, Stanley creates and sells a gadget to Eddie and Cory that uses pick-up lines to attract women.|
|91||"Mad Hot Cotillion"||August 12, 2006||415|
|Cory gives advice about getting girls to "The Juicer", who has his eyes on the beautiful new transfer student, Kayla. "The Juicer" gets really angry when he finds out she really likes Cory. Meanwhile, Raven is grounded for a week for being late for her great aunt's 80th birthday celebration, and quickly goes mad from loneliness.|
|92||"When 6021 Met 4267"||August 18, 2006||411|
|Raven doesn't have a date for a party that she's throwing, so she uses the school's Internet dating service to find out that "her perfect match" is her best friend, Eddie! When they try to go out on a date, Raven has a vision of her future life with Eddie being absolutely miserable. She "breaks up with him", which puts Eddie and Raven's friendship in jeopardy. But then she has another vision of her future life with Eddie being wonderful, and them being very successful. They kiss at the end of the episode, but lie to each other that they didn't feel the magic, when they both really liked the kiss.|
|93||"Soup to Nuts"||August 25, 2006||419|
| Raven inadvertently hurts Principal Tucker's back, sending him to the hospital. She then has a vision that he is going to retire the next day, so she tries to avoid him the whole day by feigning sickness. Her grandmother's spicy soup causes her to have strange dreams, placing her in strange situations.|
|94||"Members Only"||September 15, 2006||414|
|Raven and Chelsea pretend to be Eddie's girlfriends, so he can get into a hot new club called "The Sigmas". Things get ugly when the club's leaders, Dylan and Jordan, find out that Eddie is scamming them. Meanwhile, Cory and Victor try to find a cricket that Cory accidentally lets loose in the house.|
|95||"The Ice Girl Cometh"||September 22, 2006||409|
|Chelsea and her mother (Amy Yasbeck) invite Raven to join them on a mother/daughter retreat that they have every year. Raven initially cringes at that idea. But when she has a vision of meeting Brent, a cute guy who invites her to a party, she quickly changes her mind. Meanwhile, Cory's band, "Cory and the Boys", is trying desperately to get radio DJ Mitch (Dorien Wilson), Victor's old friend, to get their music played on the radio.|
|96||"Rae of Sunshine"||October 6, 2006||418|
|Raven hosts a slumber party at her house for Sydney's new club, the local Bay side Girl Scouts, and turns everything into a complete disaster. Meanwhile, Cory takes Eddie and Chelsea to the movies, and has to deal with their loudness. Despite Eddie and Chelsea making all the noise, it is Cory who gets kicked out of the theater for being too loud!|
|97||"The Dress Is Always Greener"||November 25, 2006||416|
|Raven is getting very annoyed with Donna Cabonna because she wants to be a fashioner designer, not a maid. Then, Donna's ex-best friend (but now arch-enemy), Lora Stelladora (Kathy Najimy), moves into the office upstairs, and offers Raven a job as a fashion designer. Raven quickly finds that she has to deal with two bosses. Meanwhile, Cory and Eddie try to profit on Chelsea's potato that resembles Abraham Lincoln.|
|98||"Teacher's Pet"||January 15, 2007||417|
|Raven's scheme to get a test postponed gets the new, hip young history teacher (Candace Cameron-Bure) fired. Meanwhile, Cory auditions girls to find a new lead singer for his band, but "The Juicer" insists that he will be the new singer because he "sings like an angel".|
|99||"The Way We Were"||March 3, 2007||421|
|Raven and Chelsea throw Eddie a surprise birthday party, and invite both of his divorced parents (Geoffrey Owens and Rae Dawn Chong), who -- Eddie suspects -- will get back together (Eddie quickly finds out about the party from Chelsea, of course).|
|100||"Where There's Smoke[Finale]"||November 10, 2007||420|
|Raven suspects that Cory has taken up smoking when she finds a pack of cigarettes in his shirt pocket, but he's really hiding them from his ex-girlfriend, Cindy, so that she doesn't smoke them. Meanwhile, Raven makes a casserole for a party, but Eddie and Chelsea keep on eating it, and making it up by making more casseroles, but keep on eating those as well.|
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