When Raven's visions are not making sense, she has the option of permanently removing her psychic powers. It's then that she gets to go through memory lane of the good, the bad and the falling of her visions



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Episode credited cast:
Raven Baxter (as Raven)
Tanya Baxter (credit only)
Police Officer
Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Senorita Rodriguez (archive footage)
Alana (archive footage)
Muffy (archive footage)
Loca (archive footage)
Roger Lodge ...
Rodney Rivers (archive footage)
Principal Lawler (archive footage)


When Raven's visions are not making sense, she has the option of permanently removing her psychic powers. It's then that she gets to go through memory lane of the good, the bad and the falling of her visions

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy


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6 January 2006 (USA)  »

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An okay episode because it is made up of various fragments from previous episodes
9 March 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This show tells about Raven getting a vision problem where she sees all unthinkable images like Raven's father and Cory digging for treasure on the moon wearing village dress. Okay, makes sense.... Then Raven decides to call psychic agency's head, Dr. Sleevemore or something like that but he already knows about her problem and arrives at her home before she could call him. This too is understandable. Then Dr. Sleevemoore tells Raven that the problem could be because of something happened in the past and so he gets an unimaginable machine that can break into people's memory. What? Hello... how far has this planet gone into the future? Then too I can stand it. Then Raven is checked in front of her father,Rondell, Cory, Eddie and Chelsea and we get to see clips from her previous episodes where she trips, falls, disguises in other costumes and etc. Then Raven asks Sleevemore whether she can stop having these unusual visions. The doctor is confused and so he gives her an other option to stop having visions at all by removing the psychic powers from her by his machine. Has the world gone 2000 years in future that science and technology has gone so ahead. Raven then sees all the problems caused to her due to her visions and then takes the decision to remove her vision power. When she is ready to remove her visions, she sees the happiness caused by her visions. Then when the doctor is about to operate the machine, she says no and bangs the machine. the machine goes mad and she is dropped oven ten feet. Then Chelsea asks the doctor whether she wants the shampoos she is selling. Sleevemore finds that there are mushrooms in the shampoo to which Raven is allergic. He tells the family that the shampoo has caused damage to Raven's visions. How do something to which a person is allergic affect his or her visions and why did it not affect her whole brain and only her visions, if they wanted to show it like that? Ravne then sees a vision of her hugging her family and then tells the family to hug her. But this is not the end. The last part of the show has something which nobody can believe. Chelsea, Eddie and Cory put the machine to Raven while she is sleeping so that they can see what she is dreaming. Raven dreams about her kissings with Devon, her boyfriend but then suddenly from the dream, finds Chelsea and the other two glaring at her and then in the dream shouts at them. When the three turn around, they find Raven awake and the story is over.

Apart from the unbelievable things happening in the story, there is very little originality because most of the episode shows her previous visions. The jokes are not so funny and the family behaves stupidly. The only thing I liked about this episode is that it is not so boring and at least makes you watch it twice. So, I give it a six.

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