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After watching a makeover show on TV, Raven gets a sloppy student to agree to let her redo his look.
Raven develops a crush on the football team's captain, but then a new girl arrives and causes trouble between the two; Chelsea and Eddie study the effects of depriving themselves of sleep for 48 hours.
A millionaire rents the Chill Grill and Raven sees it as the perfect opportunity to pitch new venture ideas to him. Jones: James Avery.
Raven tries to undo the damage of giving Tonya's absent-minded law professor an angry letter he wasn't supposed to see. Meanwhile, Eddie's smart-aleck little brother hustles the kids and Victor in Ping-Pong.
Raven sees Cory shoplifting in a vision, so she disguises herself as a security guard to stop him
Raven acts like a total control freak in an effort to keep the annual community theater play from flopping on opening night.
Raven tries to keep her distance from the boy Chelsea likes, but that proves difficult since the two are working together on a benefit concert.
Raven poses as a Russian gymnast to impress a cute jock, while Cory pretends he's visually challenged for the benefit of a girl he likes at school.
Raven has almost given up on her dream of being named "best dressed" at school when her sweet, but not very chic, guidance counselor, Ms. Romano (Susan Lucci), offers some words of encouragement. To pay her back for the confidence boost, Raven treats Ms. Romano to some fashion pointers.
Raven has her first ugly run-in with prejudice when she's denied a job because of her race. At the same time, Cory's initial reluctance to write a 500-word report about Black History Month is overcome after he daydreams about an encounter with Frederick Douglass, Bessie Coleman, Scott Joplin and other famous black Americans.
Chelsea goes against her better judgement when she helps Raven and Eddie land jobs as dog groomers working for an eccentric pooch lover named Claire (Kathie Lee Gifford). Meanwhile, the wool gets pulled over Victor's eyes by Cory, who's secretly making a profit from the knit goods that his dad makes for fun.
An exchange student from Shakobi bestows Raven with strange but meaningful gifts, all of which she accepts without realizing that they symbolize his very serious intentions towards her. Meanwhile, Cory must choose between friendship and money when his pet rat Lionel is offered a modeling gig that would result in a big payday for the Baxters.
Chelsea sculpts a life-size statue of Raven as a raven, complete with wings and feathers, for an art contest, but Raven accidentally smashes it; Cory and William create homemade milk and sell it at school.
Raven must convince a popular boy band to headline a school concert, or face the wrath of bully leader Bianca (Erica Rivera). Also: Cory and William operate a Web business.
Raven's fierce dodgeball skills earn her the unwanted respect of some school bullies, who decide to make Raven the leader of their clique.
Chelsea and a nature-loving buddy (Ricky Ullman) try to prevent the school from chopping down an old tree, but Raven has a vision that her friend's new pal isn't what he claims to be; Cory starts a band for a charity fund-raiser.
Raven, Eddie and Chelsea are assigned to run the student store, but the girls get stuck with all the dirty jobs when Eddie brings in his girlfriend to help out; Cory deliberately fails math so he can be privately tutored by a beautiful new teacher's assistant.
Raven, Chelsea and Eddie turn on each other when they compete to win a shopping spree at the mall; and Cory doesn't want to share his new hot tub with Victor.
Tonya and Victor leave Raven and Cory home alone and the kids throw a house party, not for social reasons, but to make money by charging admission. The cash is needed to replace Tonya's antique lamp, which Raven accidentally broke.
Eddie is left dateless for the basketball banquet after his girlfriend dumps him for a fellow player; Raven has an idea to make Eddie's ex jealous.
Raven encourages Victor to enter a cook-off against his old culinary school rival.
Raven feels uncomfortable, like a third wheel, when Chelsea's friend from vegetarian camp arrives for a visit; Cory has girlfriend troubles.
To meet a popular music artist, Raven and Chelsea enroll Cory in dance classes at the same studio where their favorite singer is rehearsing.
After Raven disses Cory's skateboarding skills (earning her a scolding from Victor), Cory tries to impress some extreme athletes by performing an extremely dangerous skateboard stunt
Raven tries to attract some new customers to the Chill Grill by arranging for Cory's band to put on a show there. However, Raven's plans hit a snag when a rival restaurant books an act that is an even bigger draw.
Raven spends $100, which was intended for a calculator, on a new shirt instead; and Cory tries to get out of going shopping with his dad, because he's embarrassed to be seen by other kids.
Raven plays three additional characters when she and Chelsea go to the country to make amends with Raven's relatives who, for unclear reasons, are feuding with the Baxters. Meanwhile, Eddie takes pride in acting like Cory's cool older brother, until Cory tries to take advantage of him.
Raven and Chelsea travel the country in an attempt to settle a long-time family feud.
The mediocre school cafeteria gets remade into a fast-food court full of flashy franchises with names like Miles of Meat, Chicken Chunkies, Crispytown and Sugarville Express. As Raven, Eddie and almost all of their peers happily chow down, Chelsea raises concerns about the effects of a diet high in sugar, fat and salt on the student body. Meanwhile, Cory is taking Tonya's advice to get organized by hiring a personal assistant.
Pesky little Stanley (Bobb'e J. Thompson) interferes in Raven's love life; Victor takes Cory's business advice and opens a "Chill Grill on Wheels."
Cory wins a trip to Hollywood to see his favorite TV show being filmed.
Raven searches for her perfect prom date after having a vision of herself slow-dancing with a mystery boy; and a lesson on genetics leaves Cory terrified that he'll inherit his father's grotesquely hairy back.
Raven and Cory spend a weekend under the care of a babysitter nicknamed Pushover Patterson, who the Baxter kids begin to fear is planning revenge for tricks they pulled on her in the past.
Raven has weird visions for a whole week, so Victor sends her to Dr. Sleevemore; Chelsea gives out samples of a beauty shampoo.
Raven, Chelsea and Eddie do community-service work for school at a senior-citizen center, where they meet a former jazz singer (Della Reese). Meanwhile, Cory has to decide what to get his girlfriend for their anniversary.