Drake & Josh (2004–2007)
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Battle of Panthatar 

Drake and Josh try unsuccessfully to get invited to the birthday party of the most popular boy in school.

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Nancy Sullivan ...
Audrey Parker-Nichols (credit only)
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Walter Nichols (credit only)
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Megan Parker
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Archie L. Harris
Kent Sublette
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Teen Girl
Vince Deadrick Jr.
Thomas DuPont
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Drake and Josh get invited to the most popular kid in school's 16th birthday party. They are then uninvited when Drake makes out with the kid's girlfriend. Drake offers the kid his autographed Beatles album to the kid in exchange for entrance to the party, but the kid just takes the album and goes back inside to the party. Drake and Josh then sneak in to get back the album. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family

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TV-Y7
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15 April 2007 (USA)  »

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All iCarly's main roles are in this episode except Jennette McCurdy. See more »

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While Drake is beginning to eat the banana it has no bruises, but then seconds late while he is eating it, it is covered in bruises. See more »

Quotes

Crazy Steve: [after Josh and Thornton are talking about his party] You know Thornton, I still haven't received my invitation yet.
Thornton: I don't even know you.
Crazy Steve: YOUR LOSS!
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Spoofs My Super Sweet 16 (2005) See more »

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Confession
Written by Michèle Vice-Maslin, Dorian Cheah and Arnie Roman
Performed by Holly Densmore
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Popular Kids Are All Evil
1 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'll admit, in the beginning of the episode, it seemed nice of Thornton to invite Drake and Josh to his birthday party that he's throwing a huge event for, he was slightly rude to Josh when he said he's inviting all the cool kids he knows and he said he's told to include Josh from how he said it. Than Thornton caught Drake kissing his girl friend, that's when he showed his true colors, the world's biggest jerk that ever lived whose also mean, petty, selfish and vindictive. To be fair, Drake didn't know that Maria was Thornton's girl friend and Josh didn't know either, they only found out when Thornton had told a small description of her. The way Thornton reacted and behaved the whole episode made me want to give him a punishment so strict that even our countries president would find cruel. Even after they gave him that Beatles album to apologize, he was appreciative but he still wouldn't let them in, even let Megan in. The way how desperate they were, you can't blame them, get their hopes up and one misunderstanding makes him crush their hopes. I hated this episode because Thornton never got karma, if I was producing and writing this episode, I'd make sure Thornton got karma to bite him in the back door.


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