T.V. Series Review: Thats So Raven Season 1

That’s So Raven Season 1 Trailer

That’s So Raven Season 1 Summary

Season 1, Episode 1: Mother Dearest

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.

Season 1, Episode 2: Party Animal

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’!

Season 1, Episode 3: Test of Frienship

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.

Season 1, Episode 4: Wake Up, Victor

Cory and his friend Miles attempt to hypnotize Chelsea and Raven. Instead, they hypnotize Victor. However, Victor was supposed to appear on a prestigious cooking show with impatient host Kelly Bryant. Can Raven and her family save her dad from utter failure before it’s too late?

Season 1, Episode 5: A Fish Called Raven

Raven’s visions get the better of her when a malicious student reporter, Serena, plans to expose her secret to the whole of her school. Now, it is up to Raven to sabotage Eddie’s big basketball game and keep her reputation intact.

Season 1, Episode 6: Smell of Victory

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.

Season 1, Episode 7: Campaign in the Neck

Raven has a vision that her best friend Chelsea (who is running to be Student President) loses in a landslide vote. To prevent her vision from coming true, she enlists Eddie and Cory to help with her campaign by completing students’ chores in return for votes for Chelsea. However, as Raven soon discover, things may not be as easy as they seem.

Season 1, Episode 8: Saving Psychic Raven

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.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Parties

Raven is extremely excited when she is hosting her first proper party. But when Raven’s arch enemy, Nicki, sabotages her plans and embarrasses Raven in front of her entire school, Rae, Chelsea and Eddie take revenge. However, Raven starts feeling guilty, so she doesn’t send the video of Nicki looking like a disaster to Nicki’s party. In the end, Raven still gets revenge with poison ivy covered flowers.

Season 1, Episode 10: Ye Olde Dating Game

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.

Season 1, Episode 11: Dissin’ Cousins

Raven’s seemingly perfect cousin Andrea comes to visit from Paris for a week, who annoys Raven so much. Then Raven has a vision that Andrea will kiss Eddie (who has a big crush on Andrea). So she tries to get them to spend time together to get Andrea off her back. Meanwhile, Cory is relegated to sleeping in the living room while Andrea visits, but winds up sleeping with his parents after Victor scares him by joking with him to “beware of the coat closet.”

Season 1, Episode 12: Teach Your Children Well

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.

Season 1, Episode 13: Driven to Insanity

Raven goes out with an older boy, against her parents’ wishes. As always, the night turns into a disaster when Raven’s date turns out to be a disgusting and rude slob, and her parents turn up at the restaurant. Meanwhile, Cory is doing everything in his power to spend some time with Chelsea.

Season 1, Episode 14: A Dog By Any Other Name

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.

Season 1, Episode 15: Saturday Afternoon Fever

Raven is assigned to spend quality time with her mother at the movies, even though she is also going on a date to the movies with heartthrob Ricky. Raven tries to juggle both tasks with disastrous results.

Season 1, Episode 16: A Fight at the Opera

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.

Season 1, Episode 17: Pychics Wanted

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.”

Season 1, Episode 18: If I Only Had One Job

After having a vision that her dad was going to get fired, Raven attempts to rescue her dad’s place, but instead, gets him fired. Now, it is up to her, Chelsea and Eddie to ‘bring Victor back’. But, as always, disguise is needed.

Season 1, Episode 19: Escape Clause

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.

Season 1, Episode 20: Separation Anxiety

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.

Season 1, Episode 21: To See or Not to See

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.

That’s So Raven Season 1 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A fun show the whole family can enjoy.

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