That's So Raven

Season 2 Episode 22

Shake, Rattle and Rae

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Sep 24, 2004 on Disney Channel
8.8
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Shake, Rattle and Rae
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Alana and her crew get on Raven's last nerve, causing her to overreact in class and flunk a test. In order to avoid being suspended, she must make peace with Alana. To do so, she invites Alana over to a slumber party. But when she has a vision of an earthquake, things get pretty weird. Meanwhile, Victor gives Eddie driving lessons, which don't go too well when an officer pulls them over.moreless

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  • This could be Raven's chance to make peace with Alana!

    9.2
    A really great episode, one of the best in season two. It's about Raven and Alana flunking a test since they were annoying each other. So they are forced to make peace or else they would be suspended. In order to do this, Raven, Chelsea, and the posse decide to have a slumber party at the Baxter's. All I could say is that this episode was hilarious, especially the helmets under the party as well as Chelsea spinning a kitchen tool saying "This is not weird... This is not weird..." ROTFL! I'm glad that they NEARLY made peace. Would've been a better season finale if they did, though. Otherwise, it's still a pretty good episode.



    FINAL GRADE: A-moreless
  • great episode

    9.9
    Shake, Rattle, and Rae is an awesome episode that makes me crack up every time I watch it. Like this quote:



    Chelsea: They're he-re!

    Raven: Chels, why do you gotta say it like that?



    Ha ha!! Well anyways, this episode is about Raven invites Alana, Muffy, and Loca to a slumber party, and then she has a vision that an earthquake will come. She tries to tell them, but she doesn't think that they will believe her. But when she tells them, they don't believe her. But when it happens, they start to. But actually it wasn't an earthquake, it was Victor's car in the garage.moreless
  • At least in my opinion!

    9.3
    At least in my opinion! If I would see this episode the first thought in my mind that would come out is my graduation ball because this was the episode of That's So Raven that I saw after that terrifying incident exactly it was some food spoiling and you know a lot got sick well at least I did not eat crept lucky me lucky me lucky me well the episode it was funny and stupid!!!moreless
  • Raven invites Alana and her crew to a Slumber Party which gets weird when she has a vision of an earthquake. Meanwhile, Victor gives Eddie driving lessons.

    8.7
    This was a good episode for the season finale. I think so because it deals with Raven revealing her secret to Alana and her crew but in the end, her secret is kept safe. It left you ready for season 3 to start:D It wasn\\\'t the best episode of season 2, but a good one to end the season with!
  • Earthquake!

    6.3
    Alana and her crew get on Raven's last nerve, causing her to overreact in class and flunk a test. In order to avoid being suspended, she must make peace with Alana. To do so, she invites Alana over to a slumber party. But when she has a vision of an earthquake, things get pretty weird. Meanwhile, Victor gives Eddie driving lessons, which don't go too well when an officer pulls them over.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • The Baxters' garage is at the back of their house. So if Victor crashed into it, he, Cory, and Eddie couldn't have came through the front door when they did. Also, crashing into it would not make the house rumble, especially enough to make a bookcase in the front of the house fall over. This would all make sense if the garage was located at the front of the house, but the front, and sides of the Baxters' house is about ground level, making it impossible for a garage to be anywhere but in the back of it.

    • Raven says that if she and Alana stopped fighting, they could get to know each other and become friends, but she and Alana used to be friends in elementary school. So they already know each other.

    • The toilet the Loca gets for Raven to sit on is different from the others. It's way bigger, has a tank, a full toilet seat lid, and has no pipes connected to it.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Raven: If I tell them about the earthquake, then I'd have to tell them I'm psychic, and that's not good. And if I don't tell them that could be dangerous, and that's not good. And if I send them home and don't tell them why, they'll think I'm weird and that's not good.
      Chelsea: Yeah, this is not good, Rae.

    • Alana: So, why have you come to me today?
      Raven: Listen, I think it's just really time we settle our differences.
      (Alana scoffs)
      Muffy: By (scoffs) Alana's scoffing at your suggestion.

    • (after Raven's vision of the earthquake)
      Alana: This party is rockin'.
      Raven: That's what I'm afraid of.

    • Alana: You may find this hard to believe, but some girls find me intemadating. (Puts hand in Raven's face) BLOW!

    • Alana: I pretty much torture everybody.
      Raven: Admit it Alana, you gave me special torture.

    • Chelsea: My groove thang has a mind of its own.

    • Chelsea: They're he-re.
      Raven: Chels, why you gotta say it like that?
      Chelsea: Hmmm, I don't know Rae, maybe because you're inviting evil into your house?

    • Alana: Did you make those smores with your eyes closed?

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  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • While wearing a football helmet with antlers on it, Raven calls Bullwinkle. Bullwinkle J. Moose was a fictional moose from the cartoon he Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.

    • In Alana's "office," mafia music plays, in homage to "The Godfather."

    • Title: Shake, Rattle, and Rae

      The title of this episode comes from the jump-blues song, Shake, Rattle and Roll," originally recorded by Big Joe Turner in 1954.

    • Chelsea: They're he-re!
      A famous line from the movie The Poltergeist. In the movie, poltergeists are in a family's home, causing the house to attack them. Chelsea is saying it because little CarolAnne Freeling says it when the evil enters their home through the TV.

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