Raven's having a Psychic Cold which enables her to read peoples mind. Her Nana is on the visit and really wants to enroll Raven in the White Glove Society.



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Episode cast overview:
Raven Baxter (as Raven)
Orlando Brown ...
Nana Loretta
Phyllis Applegate ...


Raven's having a Psychic Cold which enables her to read peoples mind. Her Nana is on the visit and really wants to enroll Raven in the White Glove Society.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy




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28 May 2004 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Raven: Nana, I'm physic.
Donna Cabonna: Oh that's preposterous!
Raven: No, its... posterous.
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References Leave It to Beaver (1957) See more »

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I loved it
16 November 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This episode is undoubtedly one of the best episodes in THat So Raven. The second season consists of some of the most humorous episodes of the show. Out of them, this is one of them.

It all stars when Raven discovers that she has a psychic cold and can temporarily read people's minds. And at that day, Victor's mother visits their plays. She always found Tanya's mother odd and a liar and she did not believe that she was psychic and so, obviously, Raven still doesn't reveal her secret to grandma or her grandma would think that Raven too is odd like her mother's mother. Grandma and Tanya are at loggerheads with each other and keep thinking bad about each other in their minds and Raven has a chance to read them.

Grandma organizes a tea party for Raven and decides to join her in 'White Glove Society' and calls its members for the party. The only flaw in the plan: Raven has a vision that the party was turning catastrophe, as all its members were running helter-skelter for some reason. Meanwhile, Cory's rat is given to Eddie for a few days as Grandma is afraid of it. But Eddie, tired of the squeaking of the rat, gives it back to Cory. But the rat escapes its cage and runs to the drawing room, where the party is going on.

At last, they manage to obtain their rat but the members of the committee fled away after encountering the rat. At last, Raven explains Grandma that she is an psychic and proves it to her when grandma thinks that Raven is mad in her mind and Raven, having a psychic cold, reads her mind. All is well.

It was very good that they combined both the main story of the tea party and the side story, of Cory's, together the result was great. I really loved Grandma as she acted really well and was humorous, especially when passing snide comments about Tanya. The relation between Tanya and Grandma too was shown very well as both kept passing remarks about each others in their minds. Raven was really funny while having both psychic power and the temporary ability to read minds. I loved the gag when she reads her own mind and laughs strangely while her parents stare at her looking perplexed. Cory's story was, thank God, not related to money. It showed the relation between him and his rat. In it, there was a humorous gag when Chelsie remarks about Cory who was departing from his rat: " There is no stronger love that of a man and his rat" and Eddie replies: " There is no stranger love either". The jokes are very well, perfect according to the situation, especially when Raven has difficulty showing gentleness and kindness and struggles in her etiquette in front of the committee members, who are soft spoken and their behavior is you know, like a neat lady. I loved Raven when she behaves hysterically in order to get hold of the rat.

The last seen was exceptionally good when the committee members are shown scuttling away after seeing the rat. The fall from tables and what all. Then Raven replies: "Please stop. Stop. OKAY FLED AWAY!" angrily, and I burst out laughing.

The only thing they could've improved is the relationship between Victor and his mother. They had minimal interactions with each other. I wish they could've added two more minutes showing the bond between them.

Still, it was a great episode that at last, made me happy. 9 out of 10.

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