Raven and Chelsea apply for jobs at an upscale clothing store at the nearby mall. Though Raven is overqualified, and Chelsea is clearly under-qualified, it's Chelsea that ends up getting hired, and Raven can't figure out why until she has a vision of the manager's bigoted hiring policies. With no evidence against her other than her visions, Raven, Chelsea, Eddie, and a local news reporter try to get the store's manager to expose herself as the racist she truly is. At the same time, Corey is having trouble with his Black History Report.
Popular boy band Boys in Motion come to San Francisco to shoot a music video. They end up staying at Raven's house because of the crazy fans. Raven tells everyone that she knows the boys and that they will perform at the school. The boys get lazy and Tanya gets sick of cleaning up for them at home. Cory gets the boys stuff and sells it online and makes a lot of money and the boys end up helping Raven.
An old oak that's stood outside Bayside for several years is about to be cut down. Chelsea then starts demonstrating against this while Raven and Eddie don't care. Chelsea then meets Jake, a new student who appears to be her complete soul mate, who joins her. Raven then has a vision of Jake eating ribs in BBQ-sauce.
At the mall, Raven finds a blouse that she just has to have. To buy it, she uses the $100 her dad gave her to buy a calculator for class. But Raven has a plan, buy the blouse today, wear it tonight, and return it tomorrow. But the plan changes, when Raven accidentally stains the blouse.
Corey wins a brief guest appearance on an episode of the 1950's-era sitcom "Better Days." However the show's child starlet Ally Parker wants to try life as a normal kid in the public school system after years of on-set tutoring. This episode, which doubles as a pilot to a spin-off series, focuses on her attempts to do so with the help of her nerdy cousin Carly, and the problems both she and Corey have when she returns to the set.