The Stevens think that they've won an all-expenses-paid trip to an island that's halfway around the world. When their house is destroyed, their food stolen, and their bacon eaten, the ... See full summary »
Christy Carlson Romano,
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Louis Stevens is a maladroit freshman who worships Jay Leno; his older sister is a dean's-list junkie who plots out the day's coursework with her monogrammed Palm Pilot. Gross-out humor ensues when the siblings scheme against each other to get the upper hand at school and at home. Written by
This show was originally called "Spivey's Kid Brother", and the Stevens were called the Spiveys. The show was supposed to start on Louis' first day as shown in the episode "A Weak First Week." In it you can see the characters saying "Spivey", not Stevens, with scenes from the pilot being shown in flashback sequences. See more »
In the first episode, whenever a character says the name "Stevens", the audio doesn't match up with the visual because the original name was Spivey. See more »
I can't stop laughing during this show! watching Even Stevens is the most hilarious 30 minutes of my day. Shia and A.J. make the show fun for the girls to watch. In an extreme sense, it allows an insight to the inner workings of the teenage boys' mind. Christy Carlson-Romano adds a fun flair as well, because her character Ren often foils the boys' plans. Her love life is often a mess, and Louis seems to sense that. He initially seeks to rub more salt in the wound, but ends up consoling Ren in the end. He has a huge heart, that is often misunderstood until the very end of the episode, and we are left loving Louis (until the next time).
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