Drake & Josh (2004–2007)
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Josh Is Done 

Drake has taken advantage of Josh for the last time and Josh decides that he is done dealing with Drake.



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Episode credited cast:
... Drake Parker
... Josh Nichols
Nancy Sullivan ... Audrey Parker-Nichols (credit only)
... Walter Nichols (credit only)
... Megan Parker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Robbie
Scott Halberstadt ... Eric
... Customer #1
... Roki
Alec Medlock ... Craig
Cole Schaefer ... Security Guard #2
... Leah
... Kat
... Clayton
... Crazy Steve


Drake has taken advantage of Josh for the last time and Josh decides that he is done dealing with Drake.

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racquetball | break up | See All (2) »


Comedy | Family


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Release Date:

11 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Out of all episodes there are from the show, this one is the highest rated episode. See more »


When Drake tries to cheer up Josh, you can see the studio light reflections in the sit-and-bounce. See more »


Mr. Roland: [Drake has just been in the chemical shower] Sit down, Drake.
[Drake ignores him]
Mr. Roland: Drake, sit down!
Drake Parker: No! Josh!
Josh Nichols: What?
Drake Parker: Look, I'm sorry. Let me finish, OK? I-I was wrong, OK? I was wrong!
Josh Nichols: What do you mean?
Drake Parker: I need you more than you need me, I need you WAY more than you need me! Alright, I'm sorry! Man, I'm sorry I made you late for your exam, and I'm sorry I ran over your bike, and I... I'm sorry I'm probably the worst brother in the world and, you know, you're way better off without me, you know, I ...
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References She's the Man (2006) See more »


I Found a Way (instrumental)
Written by Drake Bell and Michael Corcoran
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Very serious and very good
12 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

A brief summary of this episode would be Josh getting fed up with Drake ruining his life and forgiving him, but simply not being his friend anymore. So he refuses to be more than a brother to Drake and doesn't spend any time with him. Surprisingly, it ends up destroying Drake and making him miserable, when Josh is much better off without him such as a better social life, better luck, better health, better grades, and better confidence. I really liked this episode because it was serious. It shows what a miserable wreck Drake is without Josh and how much he really needs him and I find it touching. This definitely has to be one of my favorite episodes of this show because it is serious unlike the others, and though I adore how hilarious this show is, it is nice to see that there is more to it than just comedy. I hope that maybe there are even more episodes like this one =D

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