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Raven's cell phone ringer is the theme song.
Disney did an episode like this with the concept of a racist store manager with their show Smart Guy, episode "Get a Job". And both shows had the protagonist using video footage to prove a point.
A response to Disney Channel doing the same episode with Smart Guy: Actually Disney Channel never produced Smart Guy; it aired on the WB. Disney only put it in syndication. It is possible that "Raven" actually recycled the premise but they usually do with that show.
The song played when Raven and Chelsea are doing tasks to be hired at Sassy's, is the same song played at the party in "Hizzouse Party".
Response to goof How can Raven buy her clothes at Sassy's if the manager is racist?
The manager not hiring black people due to racism is something she can simply hide by saying, the applicant wasn't qualified or was overqualified. If she denied black people clothes all the time, then complaints would come in causing her to be fired so denying black people sales is simply out of the question
It would make no sense for the manager of the store to hire Chelsea at all. For one, Raven obviously did a much better job on the application and on the tests, this could easily strike suspicion and trigger an investigation were it anybody else, which did happen but might not have if not for Raven's vision. Secondly, Chelsea had no idea what she was doing. So this manager decided to pay a girl to do a job which she simply can't do at all? Even if this was simply out of spite, a higher authority could have found out that she had a completely incompetent employee in her store causing big trouble for her. Either way, it's clear the writers should have made Chelsea able to do her job well, and make Raven have her vision so Chelsea's still able to get the confession from the manager and it would make a lot more sense for Chelsea to be hired.
When the footage of when Manager tells Chealsea that she doesn't hire black people is shown, she's looking right at us meaning she was looking at the camera, which is in Chelsea's hat. Her eyes should be looking a bit below us, where Chealsea's eyes would be.
They said Harriet Tubman invented the Underground Railroad, but she didn't.
In the scene where Cory is typing up his real report, he types without using the spacebar.
When Raven is in the kitchen talking about racisim, if you look closely at the fridge, you can see a photograph of the trio taken directly from a scence in "To See or Not to See". Strange, in that episode, they don't comment about photographers taking their picture when they have become friends again!
When Cory is typing his Black History Report, his keyboard has no cables attached to it, and that the monitor has AV Jacks. Which mean that it's a TV.
Raven says she doesn't know there was a veggie channel, but when she turns on the tv, it is already on the veggie channel, as if she was watching it before.
The soup that Eric "force feeds" Raven when she pretends to be sick is solyanka. Solyanka is a thick, spicy and sour soup in Russian and Ukrainian cuisine. There are three different kinds of solyanka-:the main ingredient is either meat, fish or mushrooms. All of them are cooked with cucumber pickles with brine, and often cabbage, salty mushrooms, cream and dill. The soup is prepared by cooking the cucumbers with brine before adding the other ingredients of the broth. Lemon juice is often added to the fish solyanka, which also has soup vegetables in it.
In the season two episode "The Lying Game", Mrs. Applebaum said that she was retiring, yet she's teaching in this episode.
During the scene where Raven acts sick before they run(you know the one with the fish heads), the front door was left open but then in the next shot it is closed.
When Cory is pouring drinks before Cindy comes, he is using a snapple bottle.
When Raven and Ben hug and they have the vision Eddie says "Finally, oh!" but when they kiss and have the vision he says "Oh, finally!"
When Raven puts on the disguise for Sunshine she is wearing glasses, but after the talk with Chelsea and while the entire auditorium is singing Raven's glasses are gone.
In the beginning when Chelsea is putting up "Rayne Bow" posters, Raven rips the poster off the wall. Since Chelsea had already stapled it, one of the corners stayed attached to the wall while the rest of poster ripped off. Later, when Chelsea finally staples it back onto the wall, the paper remnant is gone!
Located backstage left, where Victor (absent-mindedly) awaits the fly system cues & where Raven discusses the importance that having an annual play has in the community with the theater's handyman, Murph, several headshots are displayed along the wall. These photos are, in fact, the actual headshots of Anneliese van der Pol (far right, in red), Rondell Sheridan, Kyle Massey, Frankie Ryan Manriquez, & fellow Sweeps.
Near the end of the episode when all the children dance around the chimney, you can clearly see that the chimney Raven has on has shoulder straps. If the chimney was supposed to be a prop and not a costume for the play, then why would it have shoulder straps?
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