That's So Raven

Season 3 Episode 5

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Dec 03, 2004 on Disney Channel
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Cory gets sucked into a world of peer pressure, after his friends lead him into stealing from a local mall. But when Raven has a vision, of actually catching him doing it again, she must dress up as a sercurity guard to stop him. Meanwhile, Eddie and Chelsea win a prize, and try to figure out who gets it first.moreless

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  • really funny

    10
    Cory goes to a toy store one day with his friends. It turns out that his friends are into some bad habits. He succumbs into peer pressure, and he is forced to shoplift so he can look cool in front of his friends. He ends up having a nightmare about it and he feels so bad about himself, and with some advice from raven, he decides to come clean and returns the stuff that he stole from the toy store. It's a funny episode, the scene with the bad kids was so funny. I was laughing out lout with that scene.moreless
  • An episode that clearly covers real problems with peer pressure.

    9.1
    I give props to the person who wrote the script for this episode. Rather than create a crazy plotline, where Raven has a vision, has to prevent it from happening, then ends up making it worse, this episode dealt with one of the problems that real teens have-Peer pressure.



    Although the episode style has been done before with other television series, never has it been this well done. It keeps the series on a level of near reality. It also keeps the show's funny nature while staying with the serious plotline of the episode. Most of the time, when you see an episode like this, it gets to repetitive. But, thankfully, this one wasn't.moreless
  • After having a vision that Cory was going to get in big trouble for stealing, Raven takes matters into her own hands and impersonates a security guard in order to make sure that he stays out of trouble, all the while getting herself in trouble, as usual!moreless

    9.5
    Yet again, Raven never ceases to intensely portray the character she\'s acting. The security guard is HILARIOUS! I\'ve seen near every episode, but this one actually made me laugh, not just chuckle. I thought I would die when she went upstairs to wake Cory up...[\"Cory!! Get up ya nasty!\"]...then again I can never resist cracking up whenever Raven says \"ya nasty\". Her voice cracks while she\'s yelling Cory\'s \"friends\", [which i\'m still not sure as to whether or not the crack was intentional], but even if it wasn\'t, she did a marvelous cover-up. She\'s so funny, her supposed authoritative figure is not the least bit intimidating. And the fact that the pants were ten sizes too big just added to the humor, she had to deal with holding her pants up while scolding the little thieves. All in all, it\'s a terrific episode.moreless
  • I think the winning prize is...

    10
    You know those mechanical dogs that acts like real ones and responds to commands and everything? I think that's the prize because if you think hard about their descriptions, like it is not allowed in the mall, but they said this one is, and all those other descriptions (I can't remember the others...), the mechanical dog fits all those descriptions!
  • It is just playing bad the graphics effects the truth is during the first part of the third season really went ugly and this would be the worst look! It may bring a good lesson but they were like lipsynching just very bad!moreless

    2.8
    It is just playing bad the graphics effects the truth is during the first part of the third season really went ugly and this would be the worst look! It may bring a good lesson but they were like lipsynching just very bad! If you would study carefully it is like about stealing and that is it! The bedtime of Cory part is the great one!

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