After Raven gets assigned to job-shadow Cory's teacher, trouble ensues, and both siblings give conflicting recounts of events.



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Raven Baxter (as Raven)


After Raven gets assigned to job-shadow Cory's teacher, trouble ensues, and both siblings give conflicting recounts of events.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy



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6 August 2004 (USA)  »

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When Raven first enters the classroom, in the story where she is meant to be bad, the juice box on the desk appears / disappears a few times. See more »


[after blackcurrant juice soaks her shirt]
Raven: [shouts] Oh, I'm melting! I'm melting!
Raven: [suddenly opening her eyes at Corey] This is all... *your fault!*
[classroom shakes]
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References The Crying Game (1992) See more »

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One of the best episodes of That So Raven
2 March 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Well, people would understand how much I liked the show by just reading the summary. It was one of the most hilarious episodes of the show. The second season of Raven has its classics and this in one of them. But the other episodes are deprived of the amount of fun that this episode consists of. Firstly, Raven and her whole class get the wrong career reports which is known only in the end of the show. Chelsea is told that a policewoman would be a good career for her, Raven is told that a teacher would be a good profession for her while Eddie is told to become a salesman. So their teacher informs them that for a day, they will have to practice their professions. Raven is told to teach her brother Cory's class. As it is the last day for Cory's teacher, ( I do not remember her name properly ) she is gifted a portrait of hers. When Raven teaches their class, there is a bit of a chaos and when Cory's teacher enters, she finds her portrait broken by Raven and becomes unconscious. When Raven and Cory are asked by Raven's parents what happened at school, they tell a series of lies. In Cory's story, Raven is evil while it the the opposite in the other case. Meanwhile, Eddie wants Raven's parents to buy furniture he is selling and to sell their own furniture. At last, Cory's friend Larry tells them the truth. I felt that Raven should be given a great applause for acting so beautifully. Her evil portrayal did not scare me. The whole episode was shown so funny that my insides started aching. The quotes are really memorable and the acting great!

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