List of Kenan & Kel episodes

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The Nickelodeon sitcom Kenan & Kel premiered on July 15, 1996 and ended with the series finale film, Two Heads Are Better Than None on July 15, 2000, with a total of 65 episodes (including a clip show) produced spanning four seasons.

Series overview[edit]

Seasons Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates) Network
Season premiere Season finale
1 14 July 15, 1996 (1996-07-15) January 18, 1997 (1997-01-18) Nickelodeon
2 13 September 6, 1997 (1997-09-06) December 27, 1997 (1997-12-27)
3 22 October 10, 1998 (1998-10-10) April 24, 1999 (1999-04-24)
4 16 July 31, 1999 (1999-07-31) July 15, 2000 (2000-07-15)

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (1996–97)[edit]

  • Taped in front of a live studio audience from March to September 1996
  • This season consists of 14 episodes
  • Vanessa Baden was absent for 7 episodes
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
1 1 "Pilot" Alan Rosen Kim Bass and Dan Schneider July 15, 1996 (1996-07-15) 101
Kenan wants to buy a car, but he's too young to drive. However, he finally manages to buy one, despite the unknown fact that the car was stolen. Kenan then makes an agreement with the police to catch the thief, being the password: "the chipmunk has pneumonia".
2 2 "The Tainting of the Screw" Alan Rosen Dan Schneider August 17, 1996 (1996-08-17) 102

When Kenan chokes on a screw he finds in his tuna sandwich, he launches a fullscale lawsuit against the company, Luna Tuna, for the sum of $10 million. The company offers Kenan a settlement that he refuses, prompting them to prepare for court. In the end it turns out that Kel accidentally dropped the screw in the tuna.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Note: This episode's title is a based on The Taming of the Shrew.
3 3 "Doing Things the Hemingway" Brian Robbins Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert August 24, 1996 (1996-08-24) 103

After Kenan reads a book about Ernest Hemingway, it gives him the idea to create a list of life goals to help make his life more complete. Kenan devises a plan to accomplish two of his goals at once by climbing to the top of the Sears Tower, and declare his love to a girl – Brianna. This leads to Kenan and Kel walking to and being stuck at the top of the building.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
4 4 "Mental Kel-Epathy" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 5, 1996 (1996-10-05) 104

Everybody thinks Kel has psychic abilities and Kenan uses this to his advantage by getting him on a talk show.

Note: This is the episode in which Kel's 'Who loves orange soda?' song first appeared.
5 5 "Duh Bomb" Kim Fields Freeman Linda M. Yearwood October 12, 1996 (1996-10-12) 105
After being teased by their friends for being too young to go to a night club, Kenan sets out to create his own nightclub called "Duh Bomb" for ages 15 and up at Rigby's. Everything appears to be working out fine until clubbers start eating the groceries and then the fire marshal appears, informing them that they are over capacity.
6 6 "Mo' Sweater Blues" Malcolm-Jamal Warner Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 19, 1996 (1996-10-19) 106

Kenan manages to score a date with his crush Brianna. The date takes an unfortunate turn of events when Kel accidentally damages Brianna's sweater, made by her deceased grandmother. The two then attempt to repair the sweater without Brianna's knowledge.

Note: This episode's title is a based on Spike Lee's 1990 film Mo' Better Blues.
7 7 "Diamonds Are for Roger" Malcolm-Jamal Warner Dan Schneider October 26, 1996 (1996-10-26) 107
While watching a crime investigation show, Kenan and Kel are shocked when it appears that Roger may be a diamond thief. In an attempt to correct the situation, the boys attempt to return what they believe are the stolen diamonds.
8 8 "The Cold War" Brian Robbins Sharon Sussman & Burt Wheeler November 2, 1996 (1996-11-02) 108
Kel comes down with a cold and Kenan inadvertently succeeds in inventing a cure for it. When Roger gets Kel's cold, they make a new batch for him to take to work at the airport, but the new batch doesn't cure the cold, it puts people to sleep.
9 9 "In the Line of Kenan" Kim Fields Freeman Paul Dell & Steven Weiss November 9, 1996 (1996-11-09) 109

The President of the United States ("a Bill Clinton lookalike") makes a visit to Rigby's during a stop in Chicago. While walking through the store, he falls prey to a toppling display of orange soda cans that the boys have erected. Saved from disaster by Kenan, Bill tells him to drop by the White House as his special guest if he's ever in town. The boys take him up on his offer and wreak havoc at the White House.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
10 10 "Dial 'O' for Oops" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert December 7, 1996 (1996-12-07)[1] 110

Kenan attempts to ask out a girl, who happens to be the daughter of his father's mean boss, Mr. Dawson, but in the process, leaves a scandalous message on their answering machine. Kenan and Kel must go to the house and swap the answering machine tape before the Dawsons come home and listen to it.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Mona Lisa as Amy Dawson
11 11 "Merry Christmas, Kenan" Brian Robbins Dan Schneider December 14, 1996 (1996-12-14)[1] 111

Kenan has been saving up all year to buy a Christmas present for himself: the world's coolest mountain bike. To get the last few dollars he needs, he accepts a job filling in as a department store Santa after the other Santa meets with an unfortunate accident. Excited about finally being able to afford the bike, Kenan is thrown into turmoil when he meets a little boy who wants nothing for himself, just a bike for his little sister. The little boy inspires Kenan to learn the true spirit of Christmas and giving, and Kenan becomes a real life Santa for the kids family.

Note: In a strange twist, Kel does not yell "Aww, here it goes!" at the end of the episode; the entire cast (excluding Kenan) does.
12 12 "Baggin' Saggin Kel" Howard Storm Neal Brennan & Ross Venokur January 4, 1997 (1997-01-04)[1] 112

With the 18th annual grocery bagging contest looming, Kenan and Kel's friendship is put on the line when Kel is hired by Angus' Food Barn, a rival grocery store.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Note: The title of this episode is a reference to the old All That skit "Baggin Saggin Barry" which featured Kenan.

Guest Star: Dan Schneider as Angus
13 13 "Safe and Sorry" Howard Storm Eric Bowers January 11, 1997 (1997-01-11)[1] 113

During a spring cleaning of Rigby's basement, Kenan and Kel find a map to a secret vault.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Robert Costanzo as Mr. Maniaci
14 14 "Twizzles Fizzles" Tony Singletary Dan Schneider and Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert January 18, 1997 (1997-01-18)[1] 114

Roger's pet Cockatoo named Twizzles is left in the care of Kenan and Kel, but he dies and the boys try to replace Twizzles before Roger finds out.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Season 2 (1997)[edit]

  • Taped in front of a live studio audience from July to November 1997
  • This season consists of 13 episodes
  • Vanessa Baden and Dan Frischman were both absent for 1 episode
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
15 1 "Pair-Rental Guidance" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert September 6, 1997 (1997-09-06)[1] 201

Kenan panics when Principal Dimly calls the household wanting to meet him and his parents, so what does he do? Hire a new set. However, after the meeting, his "mom" invites the principal over for dinner on Saturday night.

Guest Star: Leland L. Jones as William Buckman III
16 2 "Clowning Around" Kim Fields Freeman Magda Liolis September 13, 1997 (1997-09-13)[1] 202
A clown robs Rigby's, leaving Kenan and Kel shaken. Meanwhile, Kyra has a strikingly-similar clown at her birthday party.
17 3 "The Lottery" Kim Fields Freeman Dan Schneider September 20, 1997 (1997-09-20)[1] 203
It's the big lottery draw and Kel has the $64,000,000-winning ticket. However, it ends up in an old lady's groceries as he and Kenan desperately attempt to retrieve it.
18 4 "Who Loves Orange Soda?" Keith Truesdell Sharon Sussman & Burt Wheeler September 27, 1997 (1997-09-27)[1] 204
It's a life or death when Kel bets Kenan that he can give up orange soda for a week. The loser has to sing the National Anthem in front of Rigby's customers while wearing a woman's nightgown. Kel gets help from a hypnotist to give up orange soda, but Kenan cheats and fixes it so that he'll win the bet. After fighting about it, Chris decides that since Kenan cheated and Kel drank orange soda they both lose.
19 5 "Haven't Got Time for the Paint" Howard Storm Dan Schneider and Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 4, 1997 (1997-10-04)[1] 205

Kel reveals himself to be quite an accomplished artist, and a wealthy man offers a lot of money for his paintings.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
20 6 "A Star is Peeved" Ken Ceizler Savage Steve Holland October 11, 1997 (1997-10-11)[1] 206
Rigby's has been chosen as the set for the new movie Supermarket Cop 3 and Kenan & Kel are offered parts as extras. All they have to do is follow the director's instructions, which should't be too difficult. Right?
21 7 "Ditch Day Afternoon" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 18, 1997 (1997-10-18)[1] 207
Kenan and Kel ditch school and Rigby's, in order to avoid a punishment and some work. However, a bank robbery and camera crews heavily threatens them getting caught.
22 8 "Get the Kel Outta Here" Mary Schmid Dan Schneider and Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 25, 1997 (1997-10-25)[1] 208

After Kel causes Roger one injury too many, Roger bans him from the Rockmore house. As a result, Kel tries to apologize to Roger who repeatedly rejects him.

Guest star: Paul Vogt as waiter
23 9 "Foul Bull" Ken Ceizler Steve Freeman November 1, 1997 (1997-11-01)[1] 209
The Chicago Bulls' star basketball player Ron Harper slips on some orange soda and gets injured, and all of Chicago is angry with Kenan and Kel, who try to apologize.
24 10 "The Crush" Kim Fields-Freeman Dan Schneider November 8, 1997 (1997-11-08)[1] 210
Kenan, Kel and the rest of their English classmates have a substitute teacher named Ms. Horn (played by the episode's director Kim Fields) for the next couple of weeks. However, Kel mistakenly thinks that she has become attracted to Kenan.
25 11 "Turkey Day" Kim Fields Freeman Alex Reid November 22, 1997 (1997-11-22)[1] 211

It is Thanksgiving and Roger has laid on a fantastic turkey dinner. The only problem: Kel felt a bit hungry. Now, Kenan & Kel go on an all-out desperation hunt for a new turkey.

Guest star: Whitman Mayo as Uncle Raymond
26 12 "Bye Bye Kenan: Part 1" Brian Robbins Dan Schneider and Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert December 20, 1997 (1997-12-20) 212
Roger gets a new job as a forest ranger and is required to move to Pummis, Montana, taking the whole family with him and leaving Kel.
27 13 "Bye Bye Kenan: Part 2" Brian Robbins Dan Schneider and Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert December 27, 1997 (1997-12-27)[1] 213

Life in Pummis, Montana isn't exactly sweet, so Kenan sets about sabotaging his father's new job to get him fired by using a bear disguise, but things get complicated when a real Bear shows up. In the end, Kenan's family return home to Chicago.

Absent: Dan Frischman as Chris Potter

Season 3 (1998–99)[edit]

Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
28 1 "Fenced In" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert October 10, 1998 (1998-10-10)[1] 301

Kenan and Kel land dates with two very attractive girls, whose only concern is that their dates must be on time, but Kenan accidentally gets his head trapped between cage bars two hours before their date, when he tries to get Kel's yo-yo.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
29 2 "Skunkator vs. Mothman" Kim Fields Freeman Alex Reid October 17, 1998 (1998-10-17)[1] 302

Kenan goes to a Comic Book convention with Kel in an attempt to claim the rare Skunkator #6, when he should actually be at work to train Sharla Morrison (Alexis Fields), Rigby's newest employee.

Absent: Vaness Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Devon Alan as the boy in the comic book convention
30 3 "The Raffle" Kim Fields Freeman Wayne Conley October 24, 1998 (1998-10-24)[1] 303

Chris begins setting up a raffle for a new television set, but Kel accidentally breaks it while trying to grab a balloon he got from a clown whom he traded the raffle ticket with. At the same time, Kenan's parents buy a high-quality TV for themselves, so Kenan plots to somehow replace his parents' TV with the one that Kel broke and then rig the raffle so that Kel wins.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
31 4 "The Chicago Witch Trials" Virgil L. Fabian Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert October 31, 1998 (1998-10-31)[1] 304

Kenan suspects that the new girl in school is a witch, so he and Kel investigate the truth.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest stars: Linda Cardellini as Becky, Eve Plumb as Mrs. Stogie, Alexis Fields as Sharla Morrison and Biagio Messina as Marc Cram

Note: Marc Cram's first appearance. Cardellini previously co-starred with Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson in the film Good Burger.
32 5 "To Catch a Thief" Kim Fields Freeman Savage Steve Holland November 7, 1998 (1998-11-07)[1] 305

Kenan's new neighbor Marc Cram seems okay. He is a spelling whiz and fascinated with watches which leads Kenan to believe that he stole his watch when it goes missing.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
33 6 "Happy B-Day Marc" Kim Fields Freeman Savage Steve Holland November 14, 1998 (1998-11-14)[1] 306

After not receiving an invitation to Marc's birthday party, Kenan suspects that he was not invited, or so he thinks. Meanwhile, everyone including Kel thinks Kenan got an ear operation.

Guest star: Nick Cannon
34 7 "I.Q. Can Do Better" Kim Fields Freeman Wayne Conley November 21, 1998 (1998-11-21)[1] 307

When Kenan scores incredibly low on an I.Q. test and Kel scores exceptionally high on the same test, they investigate on the hunch that the scores were a mistake, but when an offensive doodle of the school's principal drawn by Kenan is left in her office, they have to get it back before it is seen by the wrong eyes.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
35 8 "Attack of the Bug Men" Kim Fields Freeman Alex Reid November 28, 1998 (1998-11-28)[1] 308

Roger and Sheryl take Kyra out to Pizza Farm for her academic excellence. Despite being warned by his parents to leave the front door closed, Kenan does not follow his orders and decides to continue playing Penguin Hunter with Kel. When the household gets robbed, Kenan & Kel try to keep Kenan's parents at the restaurant for as long as they can while the police tracks down the stolen property.

Guest star: Rondell Sheridan as Officer McWiggins and Kevin Shinick as The Bugman
36 9 "Surprise, Surprise" Kim Fields Freeman Daka Hermon December 12, 1998 (1998-12-12)[1] 309

Roger is planning a surprise anniversary party for Sheryl. Too bad Kenan & Kel are in charge of picking up the cake and Sheryl's gift.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
37 10 "You Dirty Rat" Virgil L. Fabian Gregory Shelton December 19, 1998 (1998-12-19)[1] 310

A rat turns up at Rigby's, but Kel insists on saving it instead of having it exterminated, which leads him and Kenan into a mess of trouble to save Wendell, the rat.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
38 11 "Freezer Burned" Kim Fields Freeman Jerry Colker December 26, 1998 (1998-12-26)[1] 311

Kel accidentally switches a restroom sign at a restaurant, which leaves himself, Kenan and quite a few others trapped in the freezer.

Guest stars: Dr. Joyce Brothers as Herself and Oliver Muirhead as the waiter
39 12 "Present Tense" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert January 2, 1999 (1999-01-02)[1] 312

In searching the house for his surprise birthday gift, Kenan breaks it. The race is on to replace the gift before his parents find out.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Missy Doty as Beth
40 13 "Housesitter" Virgil L. Fabian Savage Steve Holland January 9, 1999 (1999-01-09)[1] 313

Chris leaves Kenan and Kel in charge of his home for a few days, however, things start to go horribly wrong when they forget about watering the plants... or besides, when they forget about the house because Kenan and Kel accidentally damages Chris' house.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
41 14 "I'm Gonna Get You Kenan" Virgil L. Fabian Wayne Conley January 16, 1999 (1999-01-16)[1] 314

After catching a notorious criminal, Kel accidentally lets slip Kenan's name and address, leaving the criminal swearing vengeance.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Joe Rose as John "The Jackhammer" Rogan
42 15 "The Limo" Virgil L. Fabian Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert January 23, 1999 (1999-01-23)[1] 315

Kenan is out to impress a rich girl by convincing her that he is also rich. However, things take a turn for the worse when Kel accidentally knocks out the limousine's driver.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest stars: Karan Ashley as Melissa and Allan Murray as Chauffeur
43 16 "The Contest" Howard Storm Chris Brown January 30, 1999 (1999-01-30)[1] 316

With a pair of courtside tickets to the Chicago Bulls on the line, Kenan and Kel set out to win a contest by performing the wackiest stunt ever.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
44 17 "Picture Imperfect" Kim Fields Freeman Amy Berg & Daka Hermon February 6, 1999 (1999-02-06)[1] 317

Kel accidentally destroys his classmates' photos for the school yearbook, so Kenan attempts to get every student's picture taken with Bill Bellamy to fix the problem.
Guest star: Bill Bellamy and Nick Cannon

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore, Ken Foree as Roger Rockmore, and Teal Marchande as Sheryl Rockmore
45 18 "He Got Job" Virgil L. Fabian Savage Steve Holland February 13, 1999 (1999-02-13)[1] 318

Chris refuses to serve Kel any more orange soda unless he begins paying for it. Kel eventually gets a job at a local donut store where he invents a sensational new donut.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
46 19 "Clothes Encounters" Virgil L. Fabian Andrew Hirsch February 20, 1999 (1999-02-20)[1] 319

In trying on some new clothes, Kenan manages to get locked out of his dressing room in only his shirt and his underwear.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Chrystee Pharris as Rudy
47 20 "We Are the Chimpions" Virgil L. Fabian Steve Freeman February 27, 1999 (1999-02-27)[1] 320
Kenan and Kel adopt Charles, a chimpanzee, from the zoo, but when they find out that Charles is going to be transferred to another zoo, Kel decides to hide him at the Rockmore house, causing all kinds of monkey business.
48 21 "Who Loves Who-ooh?" Virgil L. Fabian Nick Cannon, Mason Gordon, and Kenan Thompson April 17, 1999 (1999-04-17)[1] 321

Kenan attempts to ask Sharla out to the sweetheart's ball, but in his fear – boasts that he is taking R&B star Tamia – now all he has to do is convince her to go with him.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore Guest stars: Tamia & Nick Cannon

Note: In the closing scene, this is the only time where Kenan does not involve Kel in a crazy scheme; instead it was Kel's secret admirer who came up with one.
49 22 "Poem Sweet Poem" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert April 24, 1999 (1999-04-24)[1] 322

Phillip and Allison are always together until Kenan's poem causes them to break up. Now, it is up to Kenan and Kel to reunite the two lovebirds.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore, Ken Foree as Roger Rockmore, Teal Marchande as Sheryl Rockmore, and Dan Frischman as Chris Potter

Guest star: Josh Server as Phillip

Season 4 (1999–2000)[edit]

  • Taped in front of a live studio audience from June 1999 to March 2000
  • This season consists of 16 episodes
  • Dan Frischman was absent for the TV movie
  • Vanessa Baden was absent for 9 episodes1, 2

1 In episode 62, it includes clips of Kyra from other episodes.
2 Due to her major absence record, Vanessa was only credited in the episodes she was in.

Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
50 1 "Corporate Kenan" Virgil L. Fabian Savage Steve Holland July 31, 1999 (1999-07-31)[1] 401

Kenan and Kel mix up their resumes at a corporation and now Kenan is stuck as vice president with no idea of what the company even does where they come across a fellow by the name of Brian who overtakes the two.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
51 2 "The Honeymoon's Over" Kim Fields Freeman Wayne Conley August 7, 1999 (1999-08-07)[1] 402

Kenan wants to get a place of his own in order to get some privacy, and there is a game show on TV called The Honeymoon is Over that gives couples a chance to win a house. However, the catch is that the couples have to be married, so Kel dresses up as a woman so that he can win.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Guest star: Bob Eubanks as Himself
52 3 "Girl-Watchers" Kim Fields Freeman Steve Holland August 14, 1999 (1999-08-14)[1] 403

Eric leaves Kenan and Kel in charge of his girlfriend, who has come to visit when mayhem breaks loose as bad things keep happening to her.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
53 4 "Car Trouble" Virgil L. Fabian Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert August 21, 1999 (1999-08-21)[1] 404

Kenan attempts to get his driver's license against his parents' wishes. However, his science project is due on the same day.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
54 5 "Three Girls, a Guy, and a Cineplex" Virgil L. Fabian Amy Berg August 28, 1999 (1999-08-28)[1] 405

Kenan winds up with three dates for the same night and tries to keep them from discovering each other.
Guest star: The Lady of Rage as Yolanda

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
55 6 "Natural Born Kenan" Linda Mendoza Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert and Sal Maniaci September 11, 1999 (1999-09-11)[1] 406
After hearing that his baby photos were ruined by a flood in the basement, Kenan thinks that he has been adopted so he sets himself on the mission to find his "true" parents.
56 7 "The Graduates" Ken Whittingham Jonathan Green & Gabe Miller September 18, 1999 (1999-09-18)[1] 407

Kenan is banned from the graduation ceremony after attempting to fill Principal Horn's office with chocolate pudding. With his entire family coming to the ceremony, can he get in without the principal knowing?

Guest star: Johnny Brown as Uncle Lewie
57-58 8-9 "Aw, Here It Goes To Hollywood: Part 1 /
Aw, Here It Goes To Hollywood: Part 2"
Virgil L. Fabian Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert September 25, 1999 (1999-09-25)[1] 408-409

Kel wins a trip to the Orange Soda Festival in a radio contest. However, after accidentally taking the wrong plane, he and Kenan end up in Hollywood. After finding out the flight time to the Orange Soda Festival, the duo decide to explore Hollywood.

Guest stars: Britney Spears, David Alan Grier, Bill Bellamy and Downtown Julie Brown
59 10 "Oh, Brother" Kim Fields Freeman Wayne Conley October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09)[1] 410

Chris' rich brother Rick comes to Chicago and takes over his life, including Rigby's. Can Kenan's family make the brother leave town so that Chris will stop living with them?

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
60 11 "Futurama" Kim Fields Freeman Jonathan Green & Gabe Miller December 31, 1999 (1999-12-31)[1] 411

In the year 3000, Kel accidentally makes Roger invisible using a gadget that usually makes garbage vanish.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore
61 12 "The April Fools" Virgil L. Fabian Erica Rothschild April 1, 2000 (2000-04-01)[1] 412

It is April 1st and Kenan and Kel set up some pranks on various people. However, it all horribly backfires when the jokes get everyone arrested.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore

Note: Final appearance of Sharla and Marc

Guest Star: Paul Parducci as The Guard
62 13 "Tales from the Clip" Kim Fields Freeman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert May 3, 2000 (2000-05-03)[1] 413

While viewing clips from the show over four years (and in the process completely breaking the fourth wall), Kenan and Kel get into a fight.

Absent: Vanessa Baden as Kyra Rockmore (although she does appear in flashbacks)

Notes: Final appearance of Chris. Also, at the start of the episode, Kenan yells Kel's catchphrase, "Awww, here it goes!", as Kel has already left the stage before Kenan.
63-64-65 14-15-16 "Two Heads Are Better Than None: Part 1 /
Two Heads Are Better Than None: Part 2 /
Two Heads Are Better Than None: Part 3
Michael Grossman Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert July 15, 2000 (2000-07-15) 414-416

Kenan's family, the Rockmores, decide to drive across the country. Kenan's parents don't want to bring Kel, but Kenan and Kyra manage to sneak him into the car, and he is discovered too late in the trip for the Rockmores to return him home. The Rockmores spend their first night away from home camping. At the camp grounds they meet an odd couple who share the name Shelly and are obsessed with ketchup. Kenan is sent off in search of firewood after being scared by a ghost story told by his father. Out in the woods he is attacked by a being known as the Headless Knight. The next day, the Rockmores and Kel stop at a roadside freak show, where they again meet Shelly and Shelly. Before leaving, Kenan is shocked to discover an exhibit about the Headless Knight who cuts off people's heads to wear as his own, and discovers that the Knight had been recently seen in a town called Rockville. After their car breaks down, Kenan and Kel go off in search of help, coming across a castle. The castle's owner, Arthur, offers to let Kenan and Kel stay in his home for the night. At the mansion Kenan and Kel meet Shelly and Shelly, and a couple vacationing with their grandfather. Unbeknownst to them, Arthur is in fact the Headless Knight. Kenan and Kel run to the house's "dungeon" where they find the disembodied heads of the couple and the grandfather. They also find Shelly and Shelly, who had been captured and free them. The Shellys, Kenan and Kel reach the gate which they find locked. The group drives off and are reunited with the Rockmores. Kenan tells Roger their story and he once again does not believe them until finding Arthur's disembodied head on the ground. The family drives home as Kel sings "1,000,000 bottles of orange soda on the wall", only for the Rockmore family to yell, "Kel!" as the episode ends.

Absent: Dan Frischman as Chris Potter

Note: This is the only Kenan and Kel episode not to be taped in front of a live audience.

Guest star: Michael Berryman as Chives the butler and Milton Berle as Grandpa Leo, Berle's final acting role before his death in 2002.


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