Determined to pave their way at Henry Roscoe High School, Robbie, Ray, Lily, and Travis launch an anonymous underground radio station where they voice the hopes, fears and confusion of their generation. For these teens, everything is changing way too fast: their bodies, their interests, their friends, and the expectations placed on them. It is also a time in their lives when anything seems possible, including falling in love with your best friend, or your worst enemy.
The whole Radio Free Roscoe group is thrown into after school detention. But wait, who is going to cover for the radio station. If no one is broadcasting at the station, Mr Waller will suspect that they're the ones behind Radio Free Roscoe.
When travis fills in for Lily at the station as a girl named "" Miss Communication"", His popularity increase makes him wonder about his own self-worth.
Robbie is dismayed when Principal Waller assigns him to star in a video based on ""day in the life of a model student"". How can Robbie be perceived as such a goody-goody when his alter ego is Question Mark? Robbie tries to change his reputation when he realizes that his partner on the project is an attractive, artsy and rebellious media student by the name of Sydney. Ray finds and then loses his lucky charm and goes on a bad luck streak. Travis tries to convince him it's all in his head, but suddenly, he's incredibly lucky. RFR is devoted to the subject of luck and superstition. When Travis plays a mean joke on Ray, their fortunes reverse. Ray finds his lucky charm and Travis believes he's cursed by bad karma.
The gang is reeling from secrets, betrayal, love and hurt feelings. Nobody but Question Mark wants to be at Radio Free Roscoe anymore. Like a lone wolf, Question Mark continues on his own trying to keep things together and hoping that everything will go back to way it was before it all fell apart. Travis is trying to keep things together with Audrey and Lily is just trying to figure out how she feels about everything and everyone. As RFR falls apart on the air, Principal Waller and Kim Carlisle come up with a plan that will take down Radio Free Roscoe once and for all and Robbie must make one of the biggest decisions of his life.
Has RFR pulled their last prank. When they air an embarrasing tape of Principal Waller as a teenager, Prinicipal Waller makes it his personal destination to figure out who Question Mark is.
Travis and Audrey bond over their search for extra-terrestrial life, which inspires Travis to create a radio serial that reflects his feelings for her.
Travis convinces Lily to let him produce one of her songs. Travis is really tough but Lily realizes that he is bringing out the best of her musical talents. The song is an instant hit in Roscoe but Lily freaks out when he releases the single was aired under her own name as opposed to ""Shady Lane. As the accolades roll in, Lily learns to trust Travis and they grow closer than ever. Robbie and Kim realize they have great chemistry when they're debating issues against each other. Kim sees the on-air potential and asks Robbie to join her in a funny Cougar Radio segment. But it is hard to keep things light and funny when the gang has certain expectations of Robbie, and Kim's peers have certain expectations of her. Will the two of them be able to put aside their differences and concentrate on their shared love of radio?
Romance and relationships are the buzz at Henry Roscoe High. Lily tries desperately to talk to Travis about their 'moment' together but Travis isn't opening up and the tension between Lily, Travis and Audrey is getting really thick. In the meantime Ray is trying to make up to Travis and Lily and continually apologizes for accusing them of secretly dating and Robbie is going a little crazy about what he knows about the situation. Everything blows up on the air in a truth-telling session like never heard before and when it is over, RFR will never be the same. With all of the drama at Radio Free Roscoe, Robbie has his own drama with Kim Carlisle that neither of them is able to fully understand. Will RFR survive secrets, love and betrayal?
Principal Waller becomes Ray and Travis' substitute history teacher for the week. The topic being covered, The Boxer Rebellion, is one Travis is well versed in, due to his many years living in the far east. When Waller's version of events doesn't sit well with Travis, he goes on a mission to prove to Waller that history is a messy, complicated affair with more than just the victor's side of the story. Waller and Travis become entrenched in a rebellion of their own. While Waller is playing teacher, Kim Carlisle is trying to sell Cougar Radio calendars to raise money for the station. Robbie gets caught in the middle when he takes a stand as Question Mark against the calendars, but as Robbie does his best to help Kim sell them.
When RFR is called lame by rivalry Kim Carlisle of Cougar Radio, it brings out a predicament. As RFR retaliates with an imitation of Kim, this breaks out many other things. It brings out the name calling, the dirty tricks, and the lies. Kim does her dirt work and goes drastic, she frames RFR for vandelism. As all this is going on RFR feels like they are taking the station and all its perks for granted. The gang has to decide whats best for Radio Free Roscoe.
Principal Waller gets a little happy-go-crazy, and RFR has to restore this. In other news, Lily is failing physics, but is she ready for hte Physics Tao of Ed and Ted?
Robbie and Rival DJ Kim Carlisle turn a long shift into a battle of wits and finally develop a new understanding for each other.
Robbie's bike gets stolen, Ray's stopping at nothing to catch the thief. Meanwhile, it's Travis's birthday. and Lily's goings to help him celebrate, whether he wants to or not.
Ray enlists Lily's radio show advice to help him get his obnoxious girlfriend to break up with him. When it doesn't work, they finally have to succumb to more drastic measures - that bring Ray and Lily much closer
Ray leaves RFR for rival station Cougar Radio, and discovers the price of fame, and subsequently, the freedom of anonymity.
When Lily has a crush on her guitar teacher doesn't go the way she had hoped it too, she needs to find a way to relieve her depression that doesnt affect RFR. Travis and Robbie playa game of 'Torpedo', Travis wins. Later on Robbie say it was beginners luck and Travis wonders why Robbie is getting upset over a stupid game. Robbie get's upset that Travis called Torpedo stupid.
Ray and Travis both have opposing sides on the view of school spirit. The school team argues with Travis about being him 'wierd' and Travis almost hurts one of the players. Mr. Waller comes up and tell the player to not do anything and for Travis to 'get in the spirit of things'. Ray agrees to steal the mascot for the school team to prove his loyalty.Will Ray Decide to bring the cougar back? will he get in trouble with mr. Waller? Is Travis going to change his mind? Watch the episode to find out... In other news, We find that Lily has a new Mysterious crush after showing a new songlist of her love life. Robbie thinks it's himself since he finds a cd that say ' Songs for ?'. And now Robbie is thinking he may have a thing back for Lily. Who is Lily's Crush? Does Robbie Really like Lily? Again Watch the Episode to find out.
The members of the gang, who are just starting at Roscoe High, are introduced: Lily, a musician, Travis, a semi-odd but charming outcast, Ray, a class clown, and Robbie, an independent guy who stands up for his thoughts. Lily has written a song, but she doesn't know if she can stand up in front of a crowd and play it. Ray tries out for the school play instead of soccer, and is worried about his father's reaction to his sexuality. Robbie and Travis both try out for Cougar radio, but Travis soon finds that it's not 'the voice of Roscoe High' and quits. Robbie soon does as well. They both have ideas for their own radio show, and they pull Lily and Ray along for the ride. Will they have what it takes to make it on-air?
Lily Ray Robbie and Travis have marked there territory as 'Radio Free Roscoe'. They have done a few shows, but just because something is on the radio does it mean it's 'real radio'? The gang will soon find out, and when Travis puts them on-air with out them knowing, they will find the true meaning of real radio.
Lily starts getting the guys attention because she is hanging out with one of the prettiest girls in school. Lily's behavior has been different lately. She has been wearing dresses and flirting with cute guys. How come Ray seems to care so much? When he tries to sabotage Lilly's date with Lee Johns, Robbie and Travis are almost positive that Ray has stronger feelings about Lily than they thought. Maybe he likes her more than a friend. Will everyone's love life work out or will they all realise that loves really bites.