That's So Raven

Season 4 Episode 1

Raven, Sydney, and the Man

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Feb 20, 2006 on Disney Channel
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Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie volunteer to run clubs for Mrs. Valentine's class of 2nd graders, who need a fund for money to buy a new playhouse and other essentials for their classroom. Raven meets a new girl named Sydney, who Raven encourages to take on the fashion world.Meanwhile, Cory's friend Larry is having a Bar Mitzvah and Cory points out that he didn't get that many gifts. But Larry explains that it's tradition to usually give money at Bar Mitzvahs. So obviously, Cory has dollar signs in his eyes! He asks Victor if he can throw a Bro Mitzvah at the Chill Grill and he agrees.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • There is no way that Raven couldn't have seen Sydney and Mrs. Valentine walk in the Chill Grill and sit down where they were.

    • Cory and Larry celebrate their 13th birthdays in this episode.

    • The kitchen of the Chill Grill changes several time throughout the series. In Boyz N Commotion, it was a storeroom. And in any other episodes, it's used as a ordinary kitchen. But in this epsiode, Victor says that the bathroom was through the kitchen. Which is odd, because why would you need to go through the kitchen to get to the bathroom?

    • If Raven sees Sydney in the dollhouse saying leave me alone, why does she have no clue where she is?

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Raven: She's free.
      Cory: She's hired.

    • Ms. Valentine: Ok, let's see who signed up! Chelsea, nice response. Eddie, you've got a good group. And Raven, ugh!
      Raven: What 'ugh!'?
      Ms. Valentine: It looks like you only have one sign up
      Raven: Oh, that can't be right, Mrs. Valentine. Check the back
      Ms. Valentine: Uh, well...no, just one
      Raven: Well which one?
      Ms. Valentine: Uh, that one... (points to Sydney then Sydney blows a kiss and waves)
      Raven: Oh...snap!

    • Ms. Valentine: Our next Hobby Time volunteer is Raven Baxter...(everyone applauds)
      Raven: Alright, thank you, thank you! Hey hey littles! How y'all doin' today? Ok, well my hobby is the coolest because..I design my own clothes (strikes a pose)
      Sydney: Boring!!!
      (all the kids laugh with Sydney)
      Raven: Well, aren't you a cute little ray of sunshine! Umm, what's your name?
      Ms. Valentine: Raven, this is Sydney and she's going to behave now
      Raven: Ok, who would like to learn how to make their own clothes?
      Sydney: There's a new invention, lady. It's called the store
      (everyone laughs again)
      Eddie: Rae, I know you ain't gonna let this little kid get on you like that..
      Raven: No, no you know I ain't, you know I ain't! Listen, Sydney, yeah I-I got a new invention for you, too and uh, yeah, it's called a, uh, (clears throat) a Be Quiet Machine. Bam
      Sydney: You shoulda bought a Joke Machine..'cause you ain't funny!
      (everyone laughs once again)

    • Victor: You know, I am starting to think that Cory is only in this for the money..
      (Cory wheels in an ATM past Victor & Raven)
      Raven: Ya think?

    • Raven: I'm going to teach you everything I know about fashion.
      Sydney: That shouldn't take long.
      (Students start laughing)

    • Raven: Everything was cool until I told her she could tell jokes at my brother's Bro Mitzvah.
      Chelsea: Well, ya know, maybe she doesn't speak, uh, Hebro.
      (Chelsea laughs while everyone just stares)
      Eddie: Or maybe she just has stage fright, Rae.
      Raven: I don't even know. However, I'm sure it's not the Hebro thing.
      Chelsea: (laughing) Dude, that was so funny...

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Raven: "Turkey leg, Turkey leg, where for art thou Turkey leg? You are in my stomach."

      The line is a parody of the play "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare. The real line is "Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo.

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