That's So Raven

Season 3 Episode 34

Vision Impossible

Aired Daily 12:00 AM Jan 06, 2006 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

Raven keeps on having these strange visions and is wondering what is going on. Dr. Sleevemore said he had a vision that Raven needed him and he came and tried to get to the bottom of her strange visions. Dr. Sleevemore tried to see whether her strange visions were because she falls a lot or doesn't act herself (disguises).moreless

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  • Raven's visions have become surreal so Dr. Sleevemore returns to correct them for Raven.

    This would have been a very wonderful way to end the series, had it actually ended, but it didn't. Thank goodness! Raven was such a good show and Disney made a wise judgement in keeping it for another year, but a horrible call in renaming it, focusing it on Kyle Massey and moving it to D.C. That said, my only peeve about this is how well the episode really comes off. I mean, Eddie and Chelsea should have suddenly come clear on some of the things that happened around them from Raven's memories, and Victor should have looked on in shock to see Raven falling, crashing and getting hurt several times. There's also one vision that hadn't occured yet (the episodes were run out of order). Another thing, while she was spinning round widely, no one rushes to save her. Overall, nice plot, good script and well-done ending, but... not very believable.moreless
  • perfect falshback episode well raven starts to hvae issues with her visions so she call over dr. docter something and thay have lots of flasbacks this is the best tsr in my opion it was funny seeeing all the old episodes and how funny the show was best epmoreless

    well this could have been the seris finale for the show it was better than the new one this was the planed fianle episode all of the main cast was in it tsr is my favorite show and this my favortie episode the cast did not do much but tthey should flashback and they laughed like me my favorite flashback was the one where they should raven falling all of the time and when eddie chels and cory look at ravens dream an she finds out well this my favorite episode and alot of people this was the planed seris ending and if they were gonnig to do a fourth season they should have done this with the episode! byemoreless
  • Excellent Flashback Episode!

    Vision Impossible is a very funny flashback episode. Chelsea was extremely funny in this episode, like always. My favorite flashbacks were the ones where Raven falls a lot! Ha Ha Ha! Those were so hilarious! Raven keeps on having these strange visions and is wondering what is going on. Dr. Sleevemore said he had a vision that Raven needed him and he came and tried to get to the bottom of her strange visions. Dr. Sleevemore tried to see whether her strange visions were because she falls a lot or doesn't act herself (disguises). Overall, a very enjoyable episode and highly recommended!moreless
  • yey another great episode:)

    ohh, thats so raven is absolutley the best comedy on tv . i love this show so much. it premiered in 2002 over here in england i watched it. even now whilst im writing this review, im watching the season 3 episode 'cake fear' i love this show and the flashbacks brought back so many warm and happy moments throughout the show. it was absolutly great. proffessor sleevmore is back again to check out raven. as we know raven is highly allergic to mushrooms. and she used mushroom shampoo. the shampoo made her visions become weird or as raven put it, jacked up visions. i was begining to get worried and sad when raven began to contemplate on getting rid of her visions. however everything went just fine when raven remembered the happy times. it was great and eddie, chelsea and cory spying in on ravens dreams at the end was the icing on the cake.moreless
  • This episode is totally entertaining.

    I enjoyed this episode so much. It explored a lot of boundaries and it was nice to see all those hilarious flashback scenes which were incredibly famous to the That's So Raven franchise (or so I think anyway). The episode also forced Raven to make up a decision if she wants to get rid of her physic visions forever. I am so glad that she didn't, and it probably wasn't going to happen anyway seeming as there was a returning series. I think that any That' So Raven fan will absolutely love and adore this episode so much as I did myself.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • On Dr. Sleevemore's machine the red numbers count up, but between scenes the numbers go from around 815, to around 620, to around 890, and so on.

    • When the doctor shows all the times Raven has been in disguise it shows the plumber scene. Therefore Chelsea and Eddie should have been able to put 2 and 2 together to figure out she was the plumber.

    • If Raven was reliving thoughts, shouldnt they be seen through her eyes? Since they are coming from Raven's mind, they should be throught Raven's point of view and not that of the camera.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Raven: (In Dream) Devon, it is such a beautiful day today.
      Devon: (In Dream) You're the most beautiful girl in the world. (the two hug, and then Raven looks at Eddie, Chelsea, and Cory)
      Raven: Are you all spying into my dream? That is jacked up! I'm angry, I am awake, and I'm going to getcha'! (Raven rises between Cory, Eddie, and Chelsea, takes off her helmet and straightens her hair)
      Chelsea: This is awkward.
      Raven: You better run, ya nosey! (chases them around the room)

    • Raven: You dug up Harvey Moon's yard?!
      Cory: Yeah, cause you said there was gold under there.
      Cory: Well, I can't go to the real moon in these clothes, it's embarrasing.

    • (Victor, Cory, Eddie and Chelsea laugh after Raven's falling visions)
      Raven: Hello! Pain!

    • OFFICER: Excuse me. These people claim they live here.
      (Corey enters as a sailor and Raven's dad enters as a cowboy. They carry shovels)
      EDDIE: Oh look. It's the Village People!

    • RAVEN: ....Yesterday, I had a vision of a scratching cat.
      EDIIE: What's so weird about that?
      RAVEN: Guys, he was scratching on the turn tables. Whiskers was all "Mickey-Meow Mickey-Meow Mickey-Mickey-Meow... (Growls)

    • Dr. Sleevemore: (explaining the process to Raven) I'm going to probe that part of your brain which stores memories and project them onto the screen.
      Cory: You gonna probe Raven's brain? Ya gotta find it first.
      Raven: (to Cory) You know what? I'm gonna probe my FOOT ALL UP IN YOUR---
      Victor: Ok, enough, you two!

    • Eddie: So I was floating head brushing my teeth in your locker? Girl, that is impossible!
      Chelsea: Of course it is, you don't even know her combination.

    • Raven(On TV):You spying on my dream? I am angry, im awake and im coming to get ya!

  • NOTES (17)

    • All of Raven's so-called "memories" are actually clips from the series. Had they actually been her memories, they would have been seen from her perspective instead of from an audience point of view.

    • The first clip episode for That's So Raven.

    • Season finale, according to production order.

    • Tanya doesn't appear in the episode or throughout the flashbacks because she had already quit before this was filmed.

    • The vision of the Four Aces appeared in this episode when the Four Aces hadn't appeared yet. It was because The Four Aces was filmed first.

    • Episode filmed during the month of May 2005.

    • Reason for Raven's "jacked-up visions": Chelsea's shampoo. "Champignon," as Chelsea called it, is French for "mushrooms." Chelsea forgot that Raven was highly allergic to mushrooms.

    • Clips of Raven and Devon
      "Blue in the Face"; "Four's a Crowd"; "Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind"; "Hearts and Minds"; "There Goes the Bride"; "Save the Last Dance".

    • Clips of good times visions
      News report, "True Colors"; Ms. Wilcox, "The Four Aces"; Shoplifting, "Five Finger Discount"; All shapes and sizes, "That's So Not Raven"; Hangn' hug, "The Dating Shame"; Oakey offspring, "On Top of Old Oaky"; Real Funky Dude, "He's Got the Power"; African party, "The Royal Treatment"; Boyz got Raven's back, "Boyz 'N Commotion"; Gravey bowl found, "Country Cousins (1)(2)"; Eddie makes it, "To See or Not to See"; Beatiful night, "Skunk'd".

    • Clips of vision trouble
      Raven and Chelsea stuck on platform, "Test of Friendship"; Raven in the stomach, "Stark Raven Mad"; Raven breaking Chealsea's project, "Art Breaker"; The plant, "When in Dome"; Science mishap, "Blue in the Face"; The log, "Skunk'd"; Jefferson Goat, "A Goat's Tale"; Runaway Desk; "Teach Your Children Well"; Concession stand, "Saturday Afternoon Fever"; Popcorn stand, "Mind Your Own Business"; Fan Flurry, "Radio Heads"; Shocking suit, "Opportunity Shocks"; Sking on sauce, "My Big Fat Pizza Party"; Mushrooms, "Chef-Man and Raven".

    • Clips of Raven falling
      Airduct, "Clothes Minded"; Termidate, "The Dating Shame"; Moosehead, "Shake, Rattle and Rae "; Dentist office, "Numb and Numb-er"; Ice Cream machine, "They Work Hard for His Honey"; Wires, "Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind"; Mechanical Bull, "Hizzouse Party"; Balance Beam, "Bend It Like Baxter"; Flying Raven, "Food for Thought"; Floor hole, "Country Cousins (1) (2); Gym rope, "Gettin' Outta Dodge"; Flight of stairs, "Extreme Cory".

    • Clips of Raven disguises
      Bald man,"True Colors"; Plumber, "Out Of Control"; Her mother, "Mother Dearest"; Liz Anya, "If I Only Had a Job"; Country singer, "Separation Anxiety"; Coffee, "He's Got the Power"; Phony psychic, "Psychics Wanted "; Pirate, "Four's a Crowd"; Secrurity Guard, "Five Finger Discount"; ER, "Extreme Cory"; Sunshine, "Double Vision".

    • Tanya doesn't appear in this episode, not even the flashbacks.

    • Vision Impossible marks the first time since season 1, that an episode carried on 2 years past it's season's premiere date.
      Since That's So Raven originally premiered in the UK 2002, one episode from season one, entitled To See Or Not To See aired March 5th, 2004.

    • This episode was supposed to be the series finale until the show was extended twice.

    • Premiered October 24th on Canada's Family Channel .

    • Dr. Sleevemore has grown a beard.


    • While he's dressed as a sailor, Cory is called Popeye. This is a reference to the famous spinach-eating cartoon sailor, Popeye.

    • When Cory and Victor walk in dressed as a sailor and cowboy, Eddie says, "Oh look, it's the Village People."

      The Village People are a music group known for their on-stage costumes, some of which include a cowboy and a sailor.

    • Episode Title: This episode's title refers to the popular television and movie series "Mission Impossible"