The BEST Episodes of That's So Raven

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Sep 19, 2021

Network: Disney Channel

Oh, snap! Teenager Raven Baxter has a special talent: she frequently gets spotty visions of the future, seeing brief glimpses of what could or will come to pass. Her best friends, Eddie and Chelsea, try to help her interpret and sometimes change the future they assume she has seen. In order to keep her talent a secret, Raven must decide whether she will sabotage Eddie’s big basketball game. Raven wonders if she can continue to fit in with her friends or would it be easier to only have friends that share her special skill?

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The Road to Audition

#1 - The Road to Audition

Season 2 - Episode 18 - Aired Jul 30, 2004

After Raven has a vision about a representative from her favorite show, "Undercover Superstar", posing as a janitor at her school, the entire student body seeks to impress him with their performances, only to discover 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.

star 8.64
28 votes
Directors: Debbie Allen
Writers: Beth Seriff, Geoff Tarson
Extreme Cory

#2 - Extreme Cory

Season 3 - Episode 24 - Aired Jul 8, 2005

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.

star 8.50
18 votes
Directors: Rich Correll
Writers: Stacee Comage, Theresa Akana

#3 - Skunk'd

Season 2 - Episode 16 - Aired Jul 16, 2004

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.

star 8.43
28 votes
Writers: Sarah Jane Cunningham, Suzie V. Freeman
Mind Your Own Business

#4 - Mind Your Own Business

Season 3 - Episode 18 - Aired May 13, 2005

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, as they grow suspicious of sabotage. Meanwhile, Cory has installed a hot tub in his room and Victor starts using it, making Cory not use it. Cory and Victor agree to move it out to the backyard.

star 8.36
22 votes
Writers: Edward C. Evans
Taken to the Cleaners

#5 - Taken to the Cleaners

Season 3 - Episode 4 - Aired Nov 19, 2004

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!

star 8.35
26 votes
Directors: Rich Correll
Writers: Michael Feldman
True Colors

#6 - True Colors

Season 3 - Episode 10 - Aired Feb 4, 2005

Raven and Chelsea apply for jobs at a store, but, despite Raven's obvious skills and Chelsea's incompetence, Chelsea is the one chosen. However, Raven has a vision that the manager is a racist and this was the only reason she didn't get the job, so she goes 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, so he has a dream where a disguised Victor as Fredrick Douglass, Tanya as Bessie Coleman, and Eddie as Scott Joplin introduce him to the world of black history. Eddie mentions as a kid that his friend from 2nd grade whose father told him he couldn't play with him cause of his race.

star 8.34
29 votes
Writers: Michael Carrington
Save the Last Dance

#7 - Save the Last Dance

Season 3 - Episode 32 - Aired Nov 25, 2005

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.

star 8.33
21 votes
Directors: Sean McNamara
Writers: Marc Warren
When 6021 Met 4267

#8 - When 6021 Met 4267

Season 4 - Episode 14 - Aired Aug 18, 2006

When Raven is having a party, she can't find a date to go with, so she uses the school's internet dating service to find out a compatible match. Raven finds out her true soul mate is Eddie, and then has a vision that their lives will be horrible when they grow up if they stay together. Because of this, she breaks up with Eddie. During the party they share a kiss, in which they seem to feel no spark from. In the last scene they share one more kiss, and there they both deny any feeling of a spark, but both of them end up showing that they liked the kiss and may have feelings for each other even though they decided to just be friends.

star 8.33
21 votes
Writers: Dennis Rinsler
Gettin' Outta Dodge

#9 - Gettin' Outta Dodge

Season 3 - Episode 15 - Aired Apr 8, 2005

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, hits Bianca in the chest with another dodge ball. Meanwhile, Larry spends time with Victor which makes Cory jealous.

star 8.31
26 votes
Directors: Rich Correll
Writers: Edward C. Evans
Art Breaker

#10 - Art Breaker

Season 3 - Episode 13 - Aired Feb 25, 2005

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.

star 8.27
22 votes
Directors: Gregory Hobson
Writers: Danny Warren, Josh Lynn
Dissin' Cousins

#11 - Dissin' Cousins

Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired Apr 11, 2003

Raven's rich and boastful cousin Andrea comes to visit, leading to a major tiff between the two girls. However, with Chelsea and Eddie's help, the two soon begin to reconcile, and Eddie's dream comes true.

star 8.22
45 votes
Directors: Richard Correll
Writers: Susan Sherman
Hearts and Minds

#12 - Hearts and Minds

Season 2 - Episode 6 - Aired Feb 6, 2004

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.

star 8.21
39 votes
Directors: Richard Correll
Writers: Michael Feldman
Psychics Wanted

#13 - Psychics Wanted

Season 1 - Episode 17 - Aired Aug 22, 2003

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 she soon abuses her power by making Kwizz like her.

star 8.20
35 votes
Directors: Sean McNamara
Writers: Maria Espada
Boyz 'N Commotion

#14 - Boyz 'N Commotion

Season 3 - Episode 14 - Aired Mar 11, 2005

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.

star 8.20
30 votes
Directors: Debbie Allen
Writers: Stacee Comays, Theresa Akans
That's So Not Raven

#15 - That's So Not Raven

Season 2 - Episode 8 - Aired Apr 9, 2004

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.

star 8.20
40 votes
Directors: Sean McNamara
Writers: Dennis Rinsler
Where There's Smoke

#16 - Where There's Smoke

Season 4 - Episode 22 - Aired Nov 10, 2007

Raven suspects that Cory has started smoking when she finds a pack of cigarettes in Cory's shirt pocket which gets him in trouble, but he is really hiding them from his girlfriend, Cindy, so she does not smoke them.

star 8.18
28 votes
Writers: Edward C. Evans
Blue in the Face

#17 - Blue in the Face

Season 2 - Episode 9 - Aired Apr 16, 2004

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.

star 8.16
38 votes
Directors: Sean McNamara
Writers: Maisha Closson
A Fight at the Opera

#18 - A Fight at the Opera

Season 1 - Episode 16 - Aired Aug 8, 2003

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.

star 8.15
33 votes
Directors: David Kendall
Writers: Beth Seriff, Geoff Tarson
The Four Aces

#19 - The Four Aces

Season 3 - Episode 35 - Aired Jan 16, 2006

Raven does her community service project at a retirement home, and helping Ms. Ronnie Wilcox, 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.

star 8.14
21 votes
Directors: Debbie Allen
Writers: Michael Feldman
Ye Olde Dating Game

#20 - Ye Olde Dating Game

Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired Mar 28, 2003

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 Sturkey.

star 8.13
45 votes
Directors: Matthew Diamond
Writers: Michael Feldman
On Top of Old Oakey

#21 - On Top of Old Oakey

Season 3 - Episode 16 - Aired Apr 22, 2005

While petitioning for the preservation of Old Oakey, the old oak tree in front of the school, Chelsea falls in love with a cute vegetarian boy named Jake, but Raven has a vision of Jake eating ribs at The Chill Grill. Chelsea doubts Raven's vision and cuts ties with both Raven and Eddie. Meanwhile, Cory's band needs a lead singer that has to be a cute girl. But when Cory sees Francesca, he is "deafened" by love and doesn't hear how bad she sings.

star 8.12
25 votes
Directors: John Tracy
Writers: Michael Feldman
Vision Impossible

#22 - Vision Impossible

Season 3 - Episode 34 - Aired Jan 6, 2006

Raven has a problem with her visions, and considers having them removed permanently. Meanwhile, Chelsea tries to sell mushroom shampoo and Raven's psychic doctor figures out that with Raven using the mushroom shampoo, it is making the part of her brain that makes her have visions of the future have an allergic reaction because Raven is allergic to mushrooms.

star 8.10
20 votes
Directors: Marc Warren
Writers: David Brookwell, Sean McNamara
Chef-Man and Raven

#23 - Chef-Man and Raven

Season 3 - Episode 21 - Aired Jun 8, 2005

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.

star 8.08
24 votes
Directors: Rich Correll
Writers: Jim Reynolds, Lanny Horn, Sarah Watson
If I Only Had a Job

#24 - If I Only Had a Job

Season 1 - Episode 18 - Aired Sep 12, 2003

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.

star 8.08
37 votes
Directors: Richard Correll
Writers: Carla Banks-Waddles, Laura Perkins Brittain
Too Much Pressure

#25 - Too Much Pressure

Season 3 - Episode 23 - Aired Jun 10, 2005

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.

star 8.08
25 votes
Directors: Rich Correll
Writers: Dava Savel