Roland ("iCarly's" Nathan Kress) is the new kid at Hamm Lake Middle School and there's just no hiding he's a super geek with no athletic ability. Dave Stewie (Emmy? Award-Nominee ... See full summary »
Opens with Alex at a party where she and her friend Sharon discuss Alex wanting to go to a ball with Eric Singer. When Alex tries to talk to him he tells her to move out of the way and is ... See full summary »
This is the story of Fred as he goes through a weekend trying to find how to get Judy to fall in love with him. He has to deal with Kevin bulling him and various problems trying to get Judy to come over to his house.
While trying to avoid an obsessed girl, rocker Drake Parker meets a young girl, who makes him promise to give her family the best Christmas ever. Later, at the Premiere's first ever Christmas party, a group of teens start to make trouble. Concerned, Josh, Drake's stepbrother, calls the cops about a disturbance, but they are confused and think the entire party is the disturbance, and even arrest the kind Josh. Requiring Josh's help to keep his promise, Drake tries to break his brother out of prison, but is caught. At court, the judge decides that the two must give the girl and her foster family the best Christmas ever, or face years in jail. They face many problems along the way, including Officer Perry, a strict detective that hates Christmas; a colorful group of foster children; and a wild wood chipper. It is up to Drake and Josh to save Christmas for the good-hearted children, or face the consequences. Written by
Mr. Top Hat
When Josh is arrested and has his mug shot taken, his registration number is NCC 1701, the registration number of the Enterprise in Star Trek (1966). See more »
As we see Violet and Lily's first physical fight, they bump into a table with with wheels on the bottom of its legs and different colored ups sitting on top of it, and it rolls away and the cups fall over. Yet after they go into the kitchen and fight more and the camera goes back to Drake and Josh talking to Mary-Alice, Zigfee, and Trey, you can see the table in the background in it's original position, untouched. See more »
I thought Dan Schneider could write. This is SO horrible, I begged my son to change the channel. There is nothing worth watching in the entire program. Each actor humiliated themselves and there was not one cliché or pratfall that was overlooked or overacted.
The young actors should be embarrassed that they were part of this - the foster kids, the grumpy older brother, the maybe Muslim kid, the fighting sisters, the sick foster mother and then good ol Miranda Cosgrove. Nothing made sense, the jail scene was overacted.
I like Drake, like Josh. This is just a mess.
Never run this ever again.
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