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Episodes Buena Vista ABC September 20, 2003 and May 22, 2004

  • This season consists of 21 episodes.
That's So Raven Season 1 episodes
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105 105 "Mother Dearest" Lee Shallat-Chemel Bob Keyes & Doug Keyes October 18, 2003 ABC
Raven gets mad and tells off her teacher for calling on her when she didn't know an answer. Raven thought the class would have her back, but they don't. Raven's teacher, Mr. Petrachelli, requests a parent teacher conference with Raven's parents. Raven puts on a purple outfit, disguised as her mother. Raven almost pulls it off, however Mr. Petrachelli wanted to speak to Raven and her mother at the same. Mr. Petrachelli gets angry and leaves the school. Just then, Raven's parents came to the school and recognize Raven. She loses her phone privileges for two weeks. Meanwhile, Eddie gets his locker taken by someone else. He finally gets the guts to stand up to the bully and gets his locker back.

Guest stars: Christopher Aguilar as Brendan, Shane Lyons as Kenny Brookwell, Ernie Sabella as Mr. Petrachelli Absent: Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Daniels

104 104 "Party Animal" Rich Correll Dava Savel October 11, 2003 ABC
Raven has a vision of Cory saying he hates her, so she goes to great lengths to throw him the "best birthday party ever". But, things change, after Victor and Tanya get food poisoning, and can't provide transportation to the zoo. Raven decides to throw a party anyway, and phones around for an animal attraction to come to the house. They manage to find a guy called Reptile Rick, but when he accidentally eats some of the food that poisoned Tanya and Victor, Raven has to take charge and become 'Reptile Raven'!
103 103 "Test of Friendship" Rich Correll Bob Keyes & Doug Keyes October 4, 2003 ABC
Raven has a vision about Eddie failing his Spanish test, which would have gotten him kicked off the basketball team. She also sees the answers in her vision, too. She gets Eddie to agree to study at her house, but he does terrible. When Chelsea accidentally let slip that Raven saw the answers, Eddie wants her to give them to him, but Raven refuses. He leaves saying she is not a real friend. Later, Raven tries to apologize to Eddie, but he would not listen. She then tries to convince Senorita Rodriguez to postpone the test, but she doesn't. However, she does make up a new test which is not even easier. Raven and Chelsea disguise themselves as window cleaners to try and warn Eddie of the change. They eventually succeed, and even though Eddie feels like he fails the test, he actually passes and remains on the team.

Guest star: Rose Abdoo as Señorita Rodriguez Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter, Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter

108 108 "Smell of Victory" Lee Shallat-Chemel Laura Perkins-Brittain February 7, 2004 ABC
Raven becomes annoyed when her assigned partner, Ben Sturky, for a project in science class because Ben is concerned more with studying than with his own hygiene. Ben has a very bad body odor, which is why a lot of people at Bayside call him "Stinky Sturky". While at the school carnival, Raven realizes that even though he smells, he is still a person. Meanwhile, Eddie attempts to win the heart of his latest crush, Crystal, while having a huge zit on his chin.

Guest stars: Wesley Mann as Mr. Lawler, Joshua Harto as Ben Sturky, Amy Hill as Ms. DePaulo, Christel Khalil as Crystal, Shane Lyons as Kenny Brookwell Absent: Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Daniels

101 101 "Saving Psychic Raven" Sean McNamara Michael Feldman & Jeff Abugov September 20, 2003 ABC Series Premiere
After Raven loses a volleyball game for Bayside due to a vision she had on the court, she begins to find solace in a group of fellow Teen Psychics. Nevertheless, Eddie and Chelsea soon feel abandoned and it is up to Raven to choose which group of friends she will stick with.

Guest stars: Tania Raymonde as Carly, Samm Levine as Marvin, Brian George as Dr. Sleevemore

106 106 "Ye Olde Dating Game" Matthew Diamond Michael Feldman October 25, 2003 ABC
After Raven's vision reveals her crush Gabriel saying he likes her, she makes sure he is her date to the Renaissance Ball, even though Raven is already going with Ben Sturky.

Guest stars: Wesley Mann as Lawler, Joshua Harto as Ben Sturky, Arjay Smith as Gabriel, Alexis Lopez as Rachel Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter, Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter

113 113 "Teach Your Children Well" Tony Singletary Beth Seriff & Geoff Tarson May 8, 2004 ABC
Raven is furious (and embarrassed) when her mom accepts a job teaching English at her school. But when a ruthless note finds its way into Tanya's grasp, it is up to Raven, Eddie and Chelsea to save the note before Raven gets in trouble.

Guest stars: Wesley Mann as Mr. Lawler, Chris Wiley as Eric, Brian Sites as Max Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter

14 111 "A Dog by Any Other Name" Gerren Keith Michael Poryes & Susan Sherman February 28, 2004 ABC
Chelsea likes a boy named Sam, but soon discovers that her relationship won't be as easy as it seems as the boy has the same name as her dog.

Guest stars: Wesley Mann as Mr. Lawler, Mike Erwin as Sam, Brenda Song as Amber Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

102 102 "A Fight at the Opera" David Kendall Beth Seriff & Geoff Tarson September 27, 2003 ABC
Raven and Chelsea are both appearing in their school's Classical Arts Festival. However, they dispute over creative differences. Raven wants to do an opera on credit cards while Chelsea is leaning toward problems with acid rain, the during ensuing fight between Raven and Chelsea. The two split up and it is now up to MC Eddie to reconcile the lifelong friends.

Guest stars: Amy Hill as Ms. DePaulo, Gabby Soleil as Young Raven, Jaishon Fisher as Young Eddie, Ashlee Ford as Young Chelsea

114 114 "Psychics Wanted" Sean McNamara Maria Espada May 22, 2004 ABC Season Finale
Raven becomes infatuated with a jazz musician called Kwizz. To earn money to buy Jazz Festival tickets, she becomes a psychic for a phone line called Psychic Sidekicks. But when Kwizz calls into the hotline, Raven abuses her power by telling Kwizz that Raven is his “good luck charm.”

Guest stars: Kyle Gibson as Jonathan Kwizzowski, Steve Ireland as Hank, Niecy Nash as Madame Cassandra, Terin Alba as Lisa

107 107 "Escape Claus" Matthew Diamond Carla Banks Waddles December 6, 2003 ABC
In this special Christmas episode, Raven opens her beautiful Christmas present early, but after wearing it at school, she breaks it. She must sacrifice all her favorite Christmas traditions to mend the trouble she caused, even if it means skipping school.

Guest star: Ernie Sabella as Mr. Petrachelli/Santa Claus

110 110 "Separation Anxiety" Rich Correll Dava Savel & Carla Banks Waddle February 21, 2004 ABC
Raven is terrified when she has a vision that her parents will split up. To prevent it from happening, she reconstructs their first date at Rusty's Bar and Grill, a country western restaurant.

Guest star: Doug Simpson as Mr. Simpson

112 112 "To See or Not to See" Rich Correll Carla Banks Waddles May 1, 2004 ABC
Raven's visions cause embarrassing moments for both Eddie and Chelsea. She is miserable about her visions and being different from others. Instead, she finds solace in her Grandma Viv, who has a secret to tell her.

Guest star: Jenifer Lewis as Grandma Viv Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter, Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter

Episodes Buena Vista ABC February 14, 2004 and October 22, 2005

  • This season consists of 22 episodes.
That's So Raven Season 2 episodes
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119 119 "Out of Control" Gerren Keith Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman October 2, 2004 ABC
The Baxters are all excited about the opening of Victor’s restaurant, “The Chill Grill”. Raven believes The Chill Grill can become a hangout for the kids at her school, so she heavy-handedly advises her family on how to make the restaurant cool. Raven is trying to get the attention of Devon as well, and tells Chelsea and Eddie that she’s going to need their help, but they tell her they have other plans. Raven’s not used to getting blown off by her friends, and when she has a vision of Eddie and Chelsea about to kiss, she gets worried. Victor tells Raven she should ask them about what she saw, but they tell her that nothing’s going on. Raven doesn’t believe them, and her suspicions are confirmed when they are passing notes in class organizing to meet at Chelsea’s house that afternoon. We find out that Eddie and Chelsea are only meeting because they are practicing a dance routine for the Chill Grill opening. However, when Raven comes to their house masquerading as a plumber, she is still unaware of what is going on between them. However, Raven learns the truth when she drills a hole through the bathroom wall, through which she sees her misinterpreted vision come true.

At the restaurant opening, Raven learns that Eddie and Chelsea aren’t dating. They were only rehearsing for their dance number. After they do their dance, they apologize to Raven for keeping it a secret, and Raven apologizes for being so bossy and controlling. Guest stars: Sean McNamara as Plumber, Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter, Stuart Pankin as Mr. Grozowtski

132 132 "Don't Have a Cow" Rich Correll Michael Carrington October 22, 2005 ABC Season Finale
Raven and Chelsea cast a wishing spell from a magical book to get invited to Alana's Halloween party. While it works, a mishap during the process causes them to start turning into cows. The two ladies go to the party to stop the spell before they become livestock. Meanwhile, Cory chooses to go trick-or-treating with his friend rather than his parents, upsetting Victor and giving Tanya the idea that the two of them should go trick-or-treating without their children.

Guest stars: Adrienne Bailon as Alana, Andrea Edwards as Loca, Ashley Drane as Muffy, Frankie Ryan Manriquez as William Note: This is the first episode to have the whole storyline in a vision.

127 127 "Clothes Minded" Sean McNamara Edward C. Evans May 7, 2005 ABC
When Principal Lawler introduces a new school uniform, Raven decides to protest, and ends up being the only one, but was 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 wheel of odorous cheese being put into a hot air vent, and framing Eddie and Chelsea. Meanwhile, Cory's pet gets a credit card in the mail, which Cory and William use to buy expensive stuff, until Victor tells them that someone will eventually have to pay for it.

Guest stars: Adrienne Bailon as Alana, Andrea Edwards as Loca, Ashley Drane as Muffy, Frankie Ryan Manriquez as William, Wesley Mann as Mr. Lawler

120 120 "Four's a Crowd" Rich Correll Michael Feldman October 9, 2004 ABC
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. Devon's jealous little sister Nadine tries to keep them from dating.

Guest stars: Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter, Jordan Moseley as Nadine Carter, Robin Shorr as Randi

109 109 "Hearts and Minds" Rich Correll Michael Feldman February 14, 2004 ABC
When Raven has a vision of Cory getting no valentine she tries to give him tips but they don't work, so Eddie teaches him to rap to get a boost of confidence. Meanwhile, Chelsea has to have her new boyfriend approved by Tanya and Victor since her parents are away and Raven tries to mail a giant Valentines card to Devon.

Guest stars: Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter, Staci Lynn Fletcher as Andrea, Destiny Edmond as Danielle, John Jimmo as Curtis

118 118 "That's So Not Raven" Sean McNamara Dennis Rinsler September 25, 2004 ABC
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. In the end Raven learns that it's what's on the inside that counts not the outside. Meanwhile, Cory tries to convince his parents that he should get a new video game system.

Guest stars: Frankie Ryan Manriquez as William, Amy Hill as Ms. DePaulo, Marcia Ann Burrs as Mrs. Beckman, Caroline Rice as Mimi, Karen Sharpe as Emayshia, Symba Smith as Victoria Kayne

121 121 "Blue in the Face" Sean McNamara Maisha Closson October 16, 2004 ABC
Raven must get a good grade on a science project, or else she'll be grounded and she'll have to miss going to the Blue Rain concert with Devon. When Victor gets a new paper shredder, he becomes totally obsessed with it. Meanwhile, Cory's intelligent friend William needs a makeover. Raven makes a deal with William, to trade projects. William does his share of the deal, but Raven had forgotten about her part. When William and Cory get mad, they shred the project, which Raven had to fix up a night. Asleep from lack of sleep, she groggily and mistakenly tells Victor that her paper is trash. He shreds the paper and Raven gets mad. Then by accident at school, she ends up creating an unstable chemical reaction in the science lab, which causes Raven and Victor (who had come to bring Raven her formula project paper) to get covered in some sort of blue substance that will not wash off for a few days. Raven's grounded until her grades improve and Devon comes over to cheer her up. Meanwhile, Cory meets a girl named Madison, but she does not like William, and Tanya asks Cory if he wants to be with one who hates his best friend. In the end, Cory chooses William over Madison.

Guest stars: Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter, Frankie Ryan Manriquez as William, Rhyon Nicole Brown as Madison, Clinton Jackson as Mr. Holloway

123 123 "Leave It to Diva" Donna Pescow Marc Warren October 30, 2004 ABC
Raven finds out that she can read minds after suffering "a psychic cold". Meanwhile, Victor's posh mother, who is unaware that Raven is psychic, 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, and she accepts her secret, like how she should have accepted Tanya's mother.

Guest stars: Judyann Elder as Loretta Baxter, Phyllis Applegate as Penelope

115 115 "Radio Heads" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler June 26, 2004 ABC
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.

Guest stars: Rose Abdoo as Señorita Rodriguez, Faizon Love as Cyrus Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

116 116 "A Goat's Tale" Debbie Allen Edward C. Evans July 3, 2004 ABC
Eddie steals the opposing school's goat mascot, but Chelsea feels sorry for the goat, and "mothers" it. Meanwhile, Cory plays a video game against a girl in Hong Kong, Jing Yee. She seems to be a very skilled player, as she beat Cory with one ship left.

Guest stars: Darryl Reed Jr. as Big D, Jessica Yuan as Jing Yee, Shu Lang Tuan as Jing Yee's mom

124 124 "He's Got The Power" John Tracy Dava Savel February 5, 2005 ABC
A comet flies over San Francisco, giving Eddie the same psychic powers as Raven, only that he can have a vision whenever he makes the vision face. 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 as Catima, Akeem Smith as Sonny, Eddie Vee as Derek Tan

117 117 "The Dating Shame" Sean McNamara Edward C. Evans & Michael Feldman July 24, 2004 ABC
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 tampered the video tape by taking out the nice bits, and made it sound like it was horribly mean. That's when Raven and Chelsea argue but later reconcile when Eddie plays the nice version thus exposing director's scheme. 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.

Guest stars: Roger Lodge as Rodney Rivers, Byron Fox as Chad, Christel Khalil as Crystal, Stephanie Sawyer as Claudia

128 128 "The Lying Game" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler & Marc Warren May 21, 2005 ABC
It's Career Day, and Raven is assigned to be a teacher's aide -- in Cory's classroom. When they arrive home fighting and dishevelled, 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, Larry, Cory's classmate and friend, reveals that "it was all an accident". Meanwhile Chelsea is assigned to work at the police station under Detective Ramirez and Eddie to a sofa warehouse.

Guest stars: Mary Jo Catlett as Mrs. Applebaum, David Henrie as Larry, Stuart Pankin as Mr. Grozowtski

125 125 "Numb and Numb-er" Rondell Sheridan Michael Feldman & Dava Savel February 19, 2005 ABC
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 (Tom Virtue) tells her that she has a cavity. Suddenly scared, the two of them try to run, ending up with Raven posing as "Dr. Thinkenfast" ("Thinking fast"), and Cory as "Dr. Doasisay" ("Do as I say"). Meanwhile, Victor; Chelsea; and Eddie are working on a Chill Grill advertisement video, but struggle over creative control.

Guest stars: Tom Virtue as Dr. Horn, Katya Abelsky as Jessie Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

122 122 "Shake, Rattle, and Rae" Marc Warren Story by : Lanny Horn

Teleplay by : Sarah Watson & Jason M. Palmer

October 23, 2004 ABC
Raven tries to make peace with Alana to avoid suspension from school, by inviting her to what turns out to be her first sleepover. However, things get ugly when Raven has a vision that there'll be an earthquake. Meanwhile, Eddie turns to Victor for driving lessons, though they are not quite what he expects.

Guest stars: Adrienne Bailon as Alana, Andrea Edwards as Loca, Ashley Drane as Muffy Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

Episodes Buena Vista ABC February 26, 2005 and April 21, 2007

  • This season consists of 35 episodes.
That's So Raven Season 3 episodes
Episodes in USA Episodes Buena Vista ABC Title Directed by Written by Original air date

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129 129 "Stark Raven Mad" Marc Warren Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman September 17, 2005 ABC
Raven tries to deal with her annoying new neighbor, Sierra, 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.

Guest stars: Juliette Goglia as Sierra, Charles Duckworth as Jalen, Johari Johnson as Anita

131 131 "Taken to the Cleaners" Rich Correll Michael Feldman October 1, 2005 ABC
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 lose all 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 guest stars in this episode as an employee for the dry cleaning company.
144 144 "Five Finger Discount" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler May 13, 2006 ABC
Cory gets sucked into a world of peer pressure after his friends (Cody Linley and Christopher Massey) encourage him to shoplift 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. Although never blatantly stated, "the prize" is most suggested to be a mechanical pet.
136 136 "Double Vision" T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman November 26, 2005 ABC
The school is preparing for a concert by a folk singer, Rayne Bow, whom Chelsea admires. Meanwhile, 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. Ben hugs Raven because he's relieved to have confided in her, leading Chelsea to think that Raven and Ben are dating. However, Ben and Raven realized when they hugged they both saw a vision of the same thing. Later in the episode, Rayne Bow is late to her concert, locked in a closet with Eddie. Ben and Raven must kiss in order to see where the two are trapped.

Meanwhile, Cory and Cindy become boyfriend and girlfriend. Cindy says it's not official until they kiss. But Cory is uncomfortable about that and says we don't have to do what we don't want to do, and Cindy agrees too. Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

134 134 "Bend It Like Baxter" Rich Correll Dava Savel November 12, 2005 ABC
Natasha, a Russian exchange student and gymnast who resembles Raven, comes to the school. Eric, an athletic boy Raven really likes, mistakes Raven for Natasha, leading Raven to pretend to be Natasha in an attempt to win him over. At the gymnastics meet, which is scheduled for the next day, Eric thinks Raven's entering. Raven is relieved, thinking the real Natasha can take her place, but—unfortunately—Natasha sprains her ankle, leaving Raven to fill in for Natasha’s floor exercise.

Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

126 126 "True Colors" Christopher B. Pearman Michael Carrington February 26, 2005 ABC Season Premiere
Raven and Chelsea apply for jobs at a store, but, despite Raven's obvious skills and Chelsea's incompetence, Raven is rejected while Chelsea is the one chosen. However, Raven has a vision that the manager is a bigot and this was the only reason she didn't get the job. This also affects Chelsea and Eddie, who mentions when he was younger that he had a friend in 2nd grade whose father wouldn't let him play with Eddie because of his skin color. Raven decides to go undercover for a TV news report (with Chelsea and Eddie's help) to expose the truth. Meanwhile, Cory has to write a report on Black History Month, but doesn't want to, until he has a dream where Victor as Frederick Douglass, Tanya as Bessie Coleman, and Eddie as Scott Joplin introduce him to the world of black history.
135 135 "Dog Day Aftergroom" KC Lynn De Stefano Theresa Akana & Stacee Comage November 19, 2005 ABC
Chelsea gets a job at "Camp Woof-Woof", a dog daycare 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 Bichon Frise 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 then scramble to fix the problem before the dog show starts. At home, Victor joins a knitting club full of old ladies, who prove to be quite formidable when Cory tries to sell their products. Special guest star Kathie Lee Gifford as Claire the owner of Camp Woof-Woof.

Note: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh appeared less than 5 minutes in this episode, which concludes she is not absent.

139 139 "The Royal Treatment" Christopher B. Pearman Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman January 28, 2006 ABC
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 (a fictional African nation). 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.
133 133 "Art Breaker" Gregory Hobson Josh Lynn & Danny Warren November 5, 2005 ABC
Raven is shocked 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 and his home bans sugar.

Guest starring: Cyndi Lauper as Ms. Petuto

130 130 "Boyz in Commotion" Debbie Allen Theresa Akana & Stacee Comage September 24, 2005 ABC
Alana is sent to military school and a girl named Bianca replaces her and takes over her posse. 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.
138 138 "Hizzouse Party" Rich Correll Michael Carrington January 7, 2006 ABC
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. Meanwhile, Victor seems to be falling in love with his in-car navigation system which he names "Sasha", making Tanya jealous. After Raven & Cory's party gets discovered this prompts Victor to never leave Raven and Cory home alone again and to re-hire an old babysitter later shown in "Cake Fear".

Note: Raven's "jam" is the song Crazy In Love by Beyoncé, but in a lower key and pitch. When Victor points out his GPS to Tanya, he gives the GPS the name of Sasha, which could be a reference to Beyoncé's ego name, Sasha Fierce.

145 145 "Mismatch Maker" Fred Savage Edward C. Evans May 27, 2006 ABC
Eddie and Chantel break up, and Raven accidentally makes things worse between the two. Chantel ends up going to the basketball ceremony with Tyrone, in an effort to make Eddie jealous. Raven, feeling bad that Eddie no longer wants to go to his own ceremony sets up her "cousin" Seyoncé to be Eddie's date to the ceremony. Meanwhile, Cory has to struggle to find the owner of a dog that followed him home, soon to be found by his owner who looks exactly like Cory (which is the reason suspected for why the dog followed him home).

Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

137 137 "Chef-Man and Raven" Rich Correll Story by : Jim Reynolds

Teleplay by : Lanny Horn & Sarah Watson

December 10, 2005 ABC
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. Meanwhile, Cory and Tanya experience problems with Cory's sagging pants.
152 152 "When in Dome" Marc Warren Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman November 11, 2006 ABC
Chelsea's friend, Jennifer (Rheagan Wallace), from vegetarian camp visits, and Raven becomes jealous when she realizes they have more in common with each other than she does with Chelsea. To try and save her friendship with Chelsea, Raven joins her in a Bio-Dome, and doesn't exactly get along with the ecosystem.

Notes: This episode featured a giant plant which resembled the Audrey II from The Little Shop of Horrors. The tour guide character Charlotte was played a then-unknown Tiffany Haddish. Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

141 141 "Too Much Pressure" Rich Correll Dava Savel April 8, 2006 ABC
Raven and Chelsea desperately want to appear in Pressure's new video, "Gotta Get You Back". This leads them to trick Cory into taking dancing lessons, more specifically the Dance of the Yak. Cory tries to quit the lessons, but due to a promise to Victor, he can't. Chelsea ends up revealing Raven's true intentions to Cory, who later tells his ordeal to Pressure. Raven ends up in Pressure's music video, but not exactly the way her vision depicted. This is the second episode in which Raven looks at the camera. She is seen doing this in her vision.

Note: Pressure is a parody of Usher. Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

155 155 "Extreme Cory" Rich Correll Theresa Akana & Stacee Comage December 2, 2006 ABC
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. Meanwhile, Eddie asks Chelsea to tape his life video but she keeps getting distracted.

Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

158 159 158 159 "Country Cousins: Parts 1 & 2" Sean McNamara Dennis Rinsler (Part 1)

Michael Carrington (Part 2)

March 3, 2007 ABC

March 10, 2007 ABC

Raven and Chelsea travel to the country in an attempt to settle a long-lasting family feud over a gravy boat that was thought to be stolen by Victor.

Guest stars: Kym Whitley as Cousin Vicky, and Giovonnie Samuels as Betty Jane Note: Raven-Symoné plays quadruple roles as Raven Baxter, Auntie Faye, Cousin Delroy, and Baby G. Also, this is the other cousin was shown in the episode, Dissin' Cousins, having 10.6 million views. This is also an hour long episode.

143 143 "Food for Thought" Rich Correll Marc Warren May 6, 2006 ABC
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"? Meanwhile, Cory has a man to help with his homework and Victor and Tanya find out and scold him. The man shows a book in an interview and Victor and Tanya show him the interview. Later, Tanya returns to law school leaving Victor at home with Raven and Cory.

Note: This is the final episode that T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter is present in. She is no longer present in anymore episodes after this episode.

160 160 "Goin' Hollywood" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler & Marc Warren April 21, 2007 ABC Series Finale
Cory wins a brief role on a TV show, "Better Days", where the child actress named Ally Parker (Alyson Stoner) on the show wants to try life as a regular kid.

Note: This episode was intended to be a backdoor pilot for a TV series following the Ally Parker character . The show's concept was later re-tooled into Hannah Montana. Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

140 140 "Save the Last Dance" Sean McNamara Marc Warren February 11, 2006 ABC
Raven has a vision that she is at the prom with a man and wants him to be her prom date, but doesn't know who he is. When she is unable to find him before the prom, she ends up going alone with Eddie and Chelsea, who have dates, until Devon shows up and becomes her date. Meanwhile, Cory is concerned that he may have a hairy back.

Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

142 142 "The Four Aces" Debbie Allen Michael Feldman April 22, 2006 ABC
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.

Notes: Even though "Vision Impossible" aired before this episode, a scene from this episode is seen in "Vision Impossible". This is also the first time in the show's history that Raven *thinks* she has a vision from the past. Absent: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Tanya Baxter

Episodes Buena Vista ABC September 9, 2006 and January 20, 2007

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USA

146 146 "Raven, Sydney and the Man" Rich Correll Marc Warren September 9, 2006 ABC Season Premiere
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. Raven finds out that Sydney never knew her real parents, and eventually they grow a sisterly bond.
147 147 "Pin Pals" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler September 16, 2006 ABC
The episode begins with Victor talking to Raven and Cory about taking responsibility in the Baxter house since Tanya is in England. 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. In this episode, it is revealed that Raven's mother, Tanya Baxter, left to study law in England.
148 148 "Hook Up My Space" Rich Correll Michael Feldman September 23, 2006 ABC
Raven feels that her room is not big enough. When she gets a vision of Cory asking Victor if he can move his band to the basement, Raven interrupts her brother. She gets to Victor first. This makes Cory furious, and he uses the television makeover show Hook Up My Space to make Raven's room just how she hates it, instead of the way she wants it. Even though Raven is embarrassed on national television, Cory later makes over her new room exactly how she wants it, Chelsea accidentally puts the big paper at Raven on the wall. Meanwhile, Victor and Eddie decide they need to work out after finding it too hard to lift a box of Raven's stuffed animals and pillows. This leads them to move Victor's old weights up to Raven's old room to exercise.
149 149 "Be Prepared" Debbie Allen Marc Warren September 30. 2006 ABC
Raven agrees to help her boss, Donna Cabonna, shoot a public service announcement commercial/music video about emergency preparedness. Raven gets boy band Boyz 'N Motion to shoot the video, but the trio begin 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 do not know how to exit the building safely. Then-First Lady of California Maria Shriver guest stars.
150 150 "Juicer Consequences" Rich Correll Michael Feldman October 21, 2006 ABC
Raven and Chelsea get into an argument when Chelsea asserts that 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". Cory’s pleas to Raven for advice on how to deal with The Juicer fall on deaf ears, confirming Chelsea’s accusations. Raven finally realizes Cory is in trouble when she has a vision where Cory gets “juiced.” She must warn Cory at his junior high school, but in order to do so, she disguises herself as a cafeteria lunch lady.

Absent: Orlando Brown as Eddie Thomas

153 153 "Sister Act" Marc Warren Michael Feldman November 18, 2006 ABC
Raven and Sydney enter a beauty pageant "Little Miss and her Big Sis" to raise money for the Community Center. Things get personal when Muffy and her younger sister, Buffy, also enter the pageant. This causes Raven and Muffy to become too competitive, leading to everyone in the room quarreling—even Chelsea, Eddie, Stanley, Cory, Victor, and the audience. When Raven has a vision of Sydney releasing the rope that holds a giant globe that will fall on Buffy during the fight, she stops everyone from fighting. However, all 4 of the girls are immediately disqualified for starting a fight.
151 151 "Fur Better or Worse" Eric Dean Seaton Deborah Swisher November 4, 2006 ABC
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. What Stanley didn't tell them that it DID NOT attract women, but it hit on them, thus resulting in Eddie being whacked by women with purses.
154 154 "Members Only" Rich Correll Theresa Akana & Stacee Comage November 25, 2006 ABC
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.
156 156 "The Ice Girl Cometh" Rich Correll Al Sonja L. Rice December 23, 2006 ABC
Chelsea and her mother (Amy Yasbeck) invite Raven to join them on a mother/daughter retreat that they have every year since Tanya is in England. Raven initially cringes at that idea, but when she has a vision of meeting a cute guy named Brent, she quickly changes her mind. Meanwhile, Cory's band, "Cory and the Boys", takes drastic action to get radio DJ Mitch (Dorien Wilson), Victor's old friend, to get their music played on the radio.
157 157 "Rae of Sunshine" Eric Dean Seaton Lanny Horn January 20, 2007 ABC Season Finale
Raven unwittingly hosts a slumber party at her house for Sydney's new club, the local Bayside Sunshine Girls, and everything turns 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.

Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter

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