That's So Raven (season 4)
|That's So Raven (season 4)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||22|
|Original network||Disney Channel|
|Original release||February 20, 2006– November 10, 2007|
The fourth and final season of That's So Raven aired on Disney Channel from February 20, 2006 to November 10, 2007. This season ultimately became the final season of the show, closing the chapter on the story of the Baxter family, which now consists of only Raven Baxter (Raven-Symoné), Cory Baxter (Kyle Massey), and Victor Baxter (Rondell Sheridan), following T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh's departure from the show in the third season as the matriarch, Tanya Baxter. Anneliese van der Pol and Orlando Brown reprise their roles as Chelsea Daniels and Eddie Thomas respectively.
After a record-breaking third season, season four continued to accomplish many firsts for Disney Channel. It reached 100 episodes with its series finale on November 10, 2007 and second to last episode aired that November, a record which was met on October 7, 2011 with Wizards of Waverly Place's 100 episode. There would however be a continuity-error regarding the final three episodes, since they aired after the spinoff, Cory in the House, premiered on January 12, 2007 with Cory and Victor moving to Washington, D.C..
Guest stars for this season included: Rose Abdoo, Candace Cameron Bure, Rae Dawn Chong, Ashley Eckstein, Jasmine Guy, Sammi Hanratty, David Henrie, Steve Hytner, Anne-Marie Johnson, Phill Lewis, Spencer Locke, Brooke Lyons, Frankie Ryan Manriquez, Dan Mott, Kathy Najimy, Geoffrey Owens, Sydney Park, Tim Reid, Karly Rothenberg, Jodi Shilling, Maria Shriver, Cole Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Tiffany Thornton, Dorien Wilson, Annie Wood, and Amy Yasbeck.
The season was filmed from July 15, 2005 to January 13, 2006 and Raven-Symoné is credited as one of the show's producers.
- Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter
- Orlando Brown as Eddie Thomas
- Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Daniels
- Kyle Massey as Cory Baxter
- Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
The intro begins with Raven-Symoné showing shows, then it goes over to Orlando Brown then Kyle Massey and to Anneliese van der Pol after that it shows Rondell Sheridan. Then they are all (except for Tanya) seen on the stairs where the executive producers title pops up with Marc Warren and Dennis Rinsler's names instead of Sean McNamara and David Brookwell's names. T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh has been removed from the intro (having left during the previous season). In addition, when Raven is bumped with the show's font, she yells "Oh snap!"
- Marc Warren - executive producer
- Dennis Rinsler - executive producer
- Michael Carrington - co-executive producer
- Michael Feldman - supervising producer
- Al Sonja Rice - consulting producer
- Patty Gary Cox - co-executive producer
- Raven-Symone - producer
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|79||1||"Raven, Sydney and the Man"||Rich Correll||Marc Warren||February 20, 2006||403||4.5|
|Raven, Chelsea, and Eddie volunteer to run clubs for Mrs. Valentine's class at the Community Center. While there, Raven must deal with mentoring an obnoxious little girl named Sydney. Raven finds out that Sydney never knew her real parents, and eventually they grow a sisterly bond.|
|80||2||"Pin Pals"||Rich Correll||Dennis Rinsler||February 24, 2006||401||TBA|
|The episode begins with Victor talking to Raven and Cory about taking responsibility in the Baxter house since Tanya is in England. Raven must choose between going with Chelsea and Eddie for a bowling tournament, or sneaking into world-famous fashion designer Donna Cabonna's (Anne-Marie Johnson) fashion show to show off her designs. She chooses to go to the fashion show, and ends up "saving the night"...before she destroys it. She then becomes an intern for Donna Cabonna. In this episode, it is revealed that Raven's mother, Tanya Baxter, left to study law in England.|
|81||3||"Dues and Don'ts"||Rich Correll||Theresa Akana &
|March 3, 2006||404||TBA|
Raven has a vision that she will get an awesome office on her first day at work as an intern for Donna Cabonna (Anne-Marie Johnson), and she decides to brag about it. Muffy doubts Raven's words and Chelsea later invites Muffy, Señorita Rodriguez, and the entire Spanish class, much to Raven's dismay. Raven arrives at her first day of work and finds out her "private office" is actually Donna's office room, Chelsea accidentally locks Raven out of Donna's office room that they have a party. Cory and Eddie accidentally destroyed the kitchen after they was fight having a ticket. When Raven's unexpected visitors threaten to ruin Donna's office room and Raven kicks them out, but not before knocking Donna's prized sculpture off the center. Donna returns and Raven tries to hide the tilted art from her. Tiffany unexpectedly "saves the day" by accidentally breaking the sculpture and therefore taking the heat from Donna.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|82||4||"Unhappy Medium"||Rich Correll||Josh Lynn & Danny Warren||March 17, 2006||407||TBA|
|Teen actress Nicky Logan (Brooke Lyons) arrives at Bayside High School to shoot a new movie. But when Raven had a vision that Nicky gonna get choked by eating taffy, she saves her from it. She asks Raven how does she know this will occurs, but when she said she is a psychic, Nicky had confessed that she's playing the psychic character in a new movie and asks that if Raven would mind to be one of Nicky's pointers. Raven would be happy to help, if means joining Nicky's circle. She acts like a psychic that talks to the dead. Then Raven brainwashes Nicky. But then she had a vision that this will cause Nicky to be fired on the set. Nicky said that if her performance had met with positive reviews, she'll allows Raven to come along to Malibu, but Raven was worried about her vision and she started planning how to save Nicky from be fired. She tells her on the set but it turns out that Raven is gonna get fired. She tries to explain to Nicky but she doesn't care and she said that Raven can't come along to Malibu, leaving Raven heartbroken. Then Raven had the third vision that Nicky's performance will be meeting negative reviews and the news anchor announces that her beach house in Malibu will be taken away. Since Raven thinks Nicky deserves it, she didn't tell her.|
|83||5||"Adventures in Boss-Sitting"||Eric Dean Seaton||Jessica Lopez||March 24, 2006||406||TBA|
Donna Cabonna makes Raven her temporary assistant while Tiffany is out of town. Devon returns to San Francisco for one night and Raven is planning on a romantic date, but Donna Cabonna shows up at Raven's doorstep in tears because her boyfriend broke up with her. Raven must juggle both Devon and Donna, running up and down the stairs, catering to Donna's every whim while trying to have a nice night with Devon. Donna breaks down again, and Cocoa runs down the stairs with the head of a bear that Devon got Raven. Devon finds out that Raven has been hiding Donna upstairs, and gets angry and breaks up with Raven. Meanwhile, Cory goes on a date with a girl named Brittany. At the movie he sees Cindy, his ex-girlfriend, who is also on a date with a boy. The date doesn't turn out all that well, and Cory finds himself wanting to get back together with Cindy. Cindy, Devon, and Teddy, all come to the door and each relationship is rekindled.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|84||6||"Hook Up My Space"||Rich Correll||Michael Feldman||March 31, 2006||408||TBA|
|Raven feels that her room is not big enough. When she gets a vision of Cory asking Victor if he can move his band to the basement, Raven interrupts her brother. She gets to Victor first. This makes Cory furious, and he uses the television makeover show Hook Up My Space to make Raven's room just how she hates it, instead of the way she wants it. Even though Raven gets embarrassed on national television, Cory later makes over her new room exactly how she wants it, Chelsea accidentally puts the big paper at Raven on the wall. Meanwhile, Victor and Eddie decide they need to work out after finding it too hard to lift a box of Raven's stuffed animals and pillows. This leads them to move Victor's old weights up to Raven's old room to exercise.|
|85||7||"Driving Miss Lazy"||Eric Dean Seaton||Michael Carrington||April 21, 2006||405||TBA|
Eddie, gets his driver's license, and he decides to buy a car with Raven and Chelsea. Raven and Chelsea boss Eddie around by creating a "voting" system—tilted in their favor—and even painting their beloved car pink. After being their valet for too long, Eddie takes a drive to the countryside by himself. Sheriff Jefferson (Tim Reid) arrests Eddie on suspicion of being "The Pink Bandit", who is responsible for a string of recent burglaries in the area. Eddie enlists Raven's help, and she uses a disguise to assist her friend. Back at home, Stanley sells Cory cologne that he says will attract girls, but it turns out to attract dogs.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|86||8||"Be Prepared"||Debbie Allen||Marc Warren||May 12, 2006||413||TBA|
|Raven agrees to help her boss, Donna Cabonna, shoot a public service announcement commercial/music video about emergency preparedness. Raven gets boy band Boyz 'N Motion to shoot the video, but the trio begin to turn against each other, and then break up. Raven and the others start to panic when the alarm in the office goes off, and they do not know how to exit the building safely. California's Former First Lady, Maria Shriver, guest stars.|
|87||9||"Juicer Consequences"||Rich Correll||Michael Feldman||June 24, 2006||402||TBA|
Raven and Chelsea get into a huge fight because Raven only thinks about herself, and never listens to others. Meanwhile, Cory starts junior high school, and becomes a business partner with a bully named "The Juicer". Then at school, Raven has a vision where Cory gets juiced. So she must tell Cory at his junior high school.
|88||10||"Sister Act"||Marc Warren||Michael Feldman||July 8, 2006||412||TBA|
|Raven and Sydney enter a beauty pageant to raise money for the Community Center. Things get personal when Muffy and her younger sister, Buffy, also enter the pageant. This causes Raven and Muffy to become too competitive, leading to everyone in the room quarreling—even Chelsea, Eddie, Stanley, Cory, Victor, and the audience. When Raven has a vision of Sydney releasing the rope that holds a giant globe that will fall on Buffy during the fight, she stops everyone from fighting. However, all 4 of the girls are immediately "disqualified for starting a fight".|
(Part one of "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana")
|Rich Correll||Story by: Michael Carrington
Teleplay by: Edward C. Evans &
Al Sonja L. Rice
|July 28, 2006||422||7.1|
Raven must organize an important photo-shoot for Donna Cabonna at the Tipton Hotel in Boston, however she messes up when she lands Pistache in Italy and the models still stuck halfway around the world in Budaprogoslovakia. However things turn to worst when Raven's Secretec's alarm has the wrong time so she misses her flight back to San Francisco. Meanwhile, Eddie and Cory use Chelsea's paddleballs to get money by having her break records. They think that it will be easy, until the defending paddleball champion—Stanley—shows up.Note: This was a crossover with The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and Hannah Montana.
|90||12||"Fur Better or Worse"||Eric Dean Seaton||Deborah Swisher||August 5, 2006||410||TBA|
|Raven shows Donna Cabonna her sketches for their new fall clothing line. Donna likes her designs, but thinks that they would be better with a fur collar on them. Raven quickly tells her best friend, Chelsea, about her "good news". Chelsea, along with her Friendly Earth Society Club members, protest the use of real animal fur in clothing, resulting Raven and Chelsea's friendship turning sour. Meanwhile, Stanley creates—and sells—a gadget to Eddie and Cory that uses pick-up lines to attract women. What Stanley didn't tell them that it DID NOT attract women, but it hit on them, thus resulting in Eddie being whacked by women with purses.|
|91||13||"Mad Hot Cotillion"||Rich Correll||Michael Carrington||August 12, 2006||415||TBA|
|Cory gives advice about getting girls to "The Juicer", who has his eyes on a beautiful new transfer student, Kayla. "The Juicer" gets angry when he finds out she really likes Cory. Meanwhile, Raven is grounded for a week for being late for her great aunt's 80th birthday celebration (following a vision of Chelsea and Eddie needing help in a Mexican restaurant), and she quickly goes mad from loneliness.|
|92||14||"When 6021 Met 4267"||Eric Dean Seaton||Dennis Rinsler||August 18, 2006||411||TBA|
|When Raven is having a party, she can't find a date to go with, so she uses the school's internet dating service to find out a compatible match. Raven finds out her true soul mate is Eddie, and then has a vision that their lives will be horrible when they grow up if they stay together. Because of this, she breaks up with Eddie. During the party they share a kiss, in which they seem to feel no spark from. In the last scene they share one more kiss, and there they both deny any feeling of a spark, but both of them end up showing that they liked the kiss and may have feelings for each other even though they decided to just be friends.|
|93||15||"Soup to Nuts"||Rich Correll||Story by: Michael Feldman
Teleplay by: Dennis Rinsler &
|August 25, 2006||421||TBA|
|Raven hurts Principal Stuckerman, sending him to the hospital. She has a vision that Stuckerman is going to retire the next day, so she tries to avoid him the whole day by playing sick. Her grandma's soup causes her to have strange dreams, placing her in strange situations..|
|94||16||"Members Only"||Rich Correll||Theresa Akana &
|September 15, 2006||414||TBA|
|Raven and Chelsea pretend to be Eddie's girlfriends, so he can get into a hot new club called "The Sigmas". Things get ugly when the club's leaders, Dylan and Jordan, find out that Eddie is scamming them. Meanwhile, Cory and Victor try to find a cricket that Cory accidentally lets loose in the house.|
|95||17||"The Ice Girl Cometh"||Rich Correll||Al Sonja L. Rice||September 22, 2006||409||TBA|
|Chelsea and her mother (Amy Yasbeck) invite Raven to join them on a mother/daughter retreat that they have every year since Tanya is in England. Raven initially cringes at that idea, but when she has a vision of meeting a cute guy named Brent, she quickly changes her mind. Meanwhile, Cory's band, "Cory and the Boys", takes drastic action to get radio DJ Mitch (Dorien Wilson), Victor's old friend, to get their music played on the radio.|
|96||18||"Rae of Sunshine"||Eric Dean Seaton||Lanny Horn||October 6, 2006||418||TBA|
Raven unwittingly hosts a slumber party at her house for Sydney's new club, the local Bayside Sunshine Girls, and everything turns into a complete disaster. Meanwhile, Cory takes Eddie and Chelsea to the movies, and has to deal with their loudness. Despite Eddie and Chelsea making all the noise, it is Cory who gets kicked out of the theater for being too loud.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|97||19||"The Dress is Always Greener"||Eric Dean Seaton||Deborah Swisher||November 25, 2006||416||TBA|
Raven is getting very annoyed with Donna Cabonna because she wants to be a fashion designer, not a maid. Then, Donna's ex-best friend (but now arch-enemy), Lora Stelladora (Kathy Najimy), moves into the office upstairs, and offers Raven a job as a fashion designer. Raven quickly finds that she has to deal with two bosses. Meanwhile, Cory and Eddie try to profit on Chelsea's potato that resembles Abraham Lincoln.Note: This is Rondell Sheridan's last appearance as Victor Baxter in That's So Raven. Sheridan will reprise his role as Victor Baxter in Cory in the House.
|98||20||"Teacher's Pet"||Rondell Sheridan||Al Sonja L. Rice||January 15, 2007||417||TBA|
Raven's scheme to get an exam postponed gets the new, hip young history teacher fired. Meanwhile, Cory auditions girls to find a new lead singer for his band, but "The Juicer" insists that he will be the new singer because he "sings like an angel".
Note: This episode—and the two episodes that follow—aired after Cory in the House had already premiered.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|99||21||"The Way We Were"||Eric Dean Seaton||Story by: Deborah Swisher
Teleplay by: Theresa Akana &
|March 2, 2007||420||TBA|
Raven and Chelsea throw Eddie a surprise birthday party, and invite both of his divorced parents (Geoffrey Owens and Rae Dawn Chong), who—Eddie suspects—will get back together. However, Eddie quickly finds out about the party from Chelsea, of course.
Notes: Although this episode is the series finale, it did not air as the last. It was aired eight months before "Where There's Smoke" and over a year after it was shot (January 2006). When Raven explains her vision about Eddie's parents to him, he asks "You sure you weren't just watching The Cosby Show?", on which Raven-Symone and guest-star Geoffrey Owens were cast members.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
|100||22||"Where There's Smoke"||Eric Dean Seaton||Edward C. Evans||November 10, 2007||419||5.5|
Raven suspects that Cory has started smoking when she finds a pack of cigarettes in Cory's shirt pocket which gets him in trouble, but he is really hiding them from his girlfriend, Cindy, so she does not smoke them.Absent: Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter
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