Drake & Josh: Season 2, Episode 3

Movie Job (28 Mar. 2004)

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Josh inadvertently makes Crazy Steve, a somewhat unstable employee of The Premiere, quit his job. After witnessing it, Helen DuBois, the manager, hires Josh to replace him. Drake, tired of ... See full summary »


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Josh inadvertently makes Crazy Steve, a somewhat unstable employee of The Premiere, quit his job. After witnessing it, Helen DuBois, the manager, hires Josh to replace him. Drake, tired of always running out of money for movie tickets, decides to get a job there, too. Helen, unfortunately, admires Drake's work quality rather than Josh. Josh decides to come up with a plan by putting gold balls on multiple buckets of popcorn and to whoever finds one, will win free movies for a month. Unfortunately, the plan goes haywire when everyone starting wrestling and punching trying to find them. Soon after, Helen orders Drake and Josh into her office. Drake, feeling that Josh loves working at The Premiere, takes the heat for it and is fired. Later, he tells Josh that he deserves to work at The Premiere, since he's a better employee than him. Written by Jmac1988

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Movie Geek? Just kidding Josh! (Spoilers--MINOR)
11 October 2009 | by (Leeds, UK, Europe, Planet Earth, Space) – See all my reviews

Life's not very good for Josh as Drake gets a job at the Movie Theatre (where Josh works, what a nightmare - working with your brother!). Josh, despite his attempts, dosen't seem to impress his boss while Drake is stealing Josh's spotlight and gets all the credit for doing nothing. And its not until things get out of hand.

This episode was very funny. For me, it was one of the best Drake and Josh episodes. Josh was really funny, like his remark when Drake gets the Assistant Manager job, "EVIL!" and when his boss kept on getting his name wrong. "Josh! My name... is Josh!" Drake was great too, especially at the part where he made up the story about Megan and her friends being Norwiegan. Also, Josh's "little" Golden Ball incident was funny too.

Overall, a one good episode. Filled with laughs, I loved it! Drake and Josh rocks!

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