Two teens become step brothers. One is an awkward geek and the other is a popular musician.

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 Drake Parker (59 episodes, 2004-2007)
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 Josh Nichols (59 episodes, 2004-2007)
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 Megan Parker (59 episodes, 2004-2007)
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 Walter Nichols (58 episodes, 2004-2007)
Nancy Sullivan ...
 Audrey Parker-Nichols (58 episodes, 2004-2007)
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Storyline

Two step brothers, one being a nerd, and the other a popular, cool famous musician. They are very different but end up being the best of brothers; whom also have to deal with their younger sister Megan who always makes their life miserable. She gets them in trouble a lot and just fritens them. The two of them get in crazy situations.

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11 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Josh Peck is now on the show Grandfathered with John Stamos on Fox. Drake Bell guest starred and featured three references to 'Drake and Josh'. 1. Drake says Josh's character (Gerald) reminds him of his stepbrother. Upon asking about his stepbrother, Drake's character reveals he's in jail for stalking Oprah. 2. After an argument between Drake and Josh's characters, Josh demands Drake leave to which Drake responds, "Don't tell me what to do." 3. After coming to an agreement, Josh's character enthusiastically shouts, "Hug me, brutha!" to Drake and proceeds to hug him. See more »

Goofs

In the episode where Josh gets mad at Drake for making him miss his chemistry exam, Drake comes into the house with a green sit and bounce to make Josh feel better, almost through the entire scene you can clearly see the reflection of all the stage lights in the shiny green sit and bounce. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Josh Nichols: Oh, jeez...
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Crazy Credits

Deleted scenes are often shown during the end credits, with three exceptions. "The Gary Grill" had Drake and Josh, out of character, preforming a rendition of the show's theme song, "Blues Brothers" had the Hewitt character and his band harmonizing the show's theme song, and "Dr. Phyllis" had best of clips of Drake and Josh horsing around. See more »

Connections

Referenced in iCarly: iParty with Victorious (2011) See more »

Soundtracks

I Found a Way
Written by Drake Bell and Michael Corcoran
Performed by Drake Bell
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Great Show!
26 February 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is a show where the whole family can watch altogether. The storyline is great and the characters are hilarious, the chemistry between them is perfect! I think a lot of people can relate to most of these characters which is an advantage.

We've got Drake Parker - a laid back cool guy who gets all the girls, plays guitar but doesn't do very well in school. On the other hand we've got Josh Nichols, who is the total opposite, he's kinda goofy and enjoys school unlike Drake. We've also got Drake's younger sister, Megan who plays pranks on both of the boys. I have to say the pranks are quite clever. She is very mean towards Drake and Josh but it's great how she acts all innocent and sweet when the parents are around. Overall, i really enjoy this show and my parents do to. It make you laugh out loud and the plot is great! One of the best things i love about this show is that the show doesn't have perfect characters. I would recommend this to all ages and everyone in the family will enjoy it. Watch it i'll promise you you'll watch it again and again.

10/10


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