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Eddie accuses Raven of not being a true friend when she refuses to help him cheat on a Spanish test.
Raven gets into trouble when she tells off a spiteful teacher (Ernie Sabella) and then tries to impersonate her mom when the teacher demands to meet with Raven's parents
Raven's house turns into a zoo when she hires a reptile handler (Nick Meany) to perform at Cory's 10th-birthday party
Victor is accidentally hypnotized by Cory just minutes before he is to appear live on a local TV show to present some of his favorite recipes.
Raven misuses her psychic abilities to benefit her aspirations as a writer for the school newspaper; and Cory's science project receives some parental tampering.
Raven's annoyed because her assigned partner for a science project is concerned more with studying than with his own personal hygiene.
Raven attempts to rig the class election for student-council president in Chelsea's favor.
Raven spends little time with Chelsea and Eddie after meeting a group of psychics her own age; Cory plans a wedding for his pet rat.
Raven plans a huge party for the same night that snobby Nikki (Kirsten Storms) has invited everybody over to her house.
Raven tries to juggle two dates for the same masquerade party by repeatedly switching costumes.
Raven feigns a romantic interest in Eddie because she can't stand the thought of him becoming sweethearts with her conceited cousin.
Raven's mortified about her mom accepting a job to substitute teach her English class. In a note to Chelsea, Raven writes, "I just don't want her here. She's not funny. She's embarrassing. I hate this." Unfortunately, this personal correspondence winds up in Mrs. Baxter's hands, prompting Raven, Chelsea and Eddie to launch Operation Note Rescue.
Raven sneaks out of the house for a forbidden date, which turns out to be a disaster.
Chelsea's disturbed by the fact that her crush has the same name as her dog, so she and Raven decide to give the teen a nickname. To make the moniker they've chosen stick, the girls masquerade as boys in gym class.
Raven begs off from her mom's invitation to spend some quality time together at a sappy romance movie, explaining she has come down with a cold, but really she plans on seeing a ninja flick with a cute boy named Ricky (Jeremy Ray Valdez)
A classical-arts festival finds Raven wanting to perform a shopping-themed opera, while Chelsea would rather sing about trees being killed off by acid rain.
The motivation behind Raven getting a job with Miss Cassandra's psychic hot line is a cute sax player, whom she wants to impress by buying tickets to a jazz concert.
Raven's needless attempt to save her father's restaurant job gets him fired. To make amends, she masquerades as a pop star and demands he be rehired.
Without permission, Raven opens a Christmas gift from her parents, but it breaks before she has the chance to rewrap it, sending Raven, Chelsea and Eddie to the mall during school hours to buy a replacement before Mr. and Mrs. Baxter become the wiser. Meanwhile, a teacher playing Santa Claus catches the kids playing hooky.
Raven believes her parents are getting a divorce after she sees them arguing in a vision.
Raven's visions lead to embarrassing moments for Eddie and Chelsea, but Raven is comforted when her grandma (Jenifer Lewis) reveals that she is also psychic.