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Drake gets a music deal to perform a song for a commercial, but Josh manages to screw it up by signing over creative control. Meanwhile, Helen, without warning, names Mindy assistant manager as she prepares for her wedding, upsetting Josh, who has wanted the job for a long time.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 9 votes.
The whole gang has gathered at Drake and Josh's house before Drake's big concert, but thanks to Walter's poor weather predictions they end up stuck in the house due to severe rain. Sure, it's raining outside, but the real storm for Drake to weather is when his new girlfriend meets his exes.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 66 votes.
A new roller coaster is coming out called, the Demonator. Drake and Josh want to be there the first day it opens. But when they get in line, their wild adventure starts.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 52 votes.
Drake is accused of parking Mrs. Hafer's car in the middle of her classroom. Drake and Josh must go in front of the school's Honor Council to prove Drake is innocent.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 50 votes.
Drake and Josh get invited to Thorton's sixteenth birthday party, which will be taped by MTV and be made into an episode of, "Dude, I'm Sixteen". Later, Drake gets an autographed album of "Abbey Road" from his british neighbor, Mr. Pompette. Moments later, Drake meets this cute girl, Maria, and starts making out with her. Josh realizes that she's actually Thorton's girlfriend and Thorton realizes the truth. Thorton breaks up with Maria and bans Drake and Josh from his birthday party. Knowing that Thorton is a huge Beatles fan, Josh compels Drake to give Thorton the album. When they show up at the party and give Thorton the album, he walks away and still won't let Drake and Josh into their party! So Drake and Josh must now sneak into the party and get the album back. They dress up as two skynauts from the hit movie, "Galaxy Wars". When they sneak in to retrieve the Beatles, they wind up in the re-enactment of the Battle of Panthatar. Then everyone finds out that the skynauts are Drake and Josh and they run away. Thinking they failed to retrieve the album, Drake reveals that he, in fact, got the album since he was not going to leave without it.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 44 votes.
Josh nabs a student teaching job in Megan’s classroom where Drake discovers an amazing kid drummer. But when the class revolts against teen taskmaster Josh, Drake rushes in to help Megan discredit him -- perchance to snare the drummer for his band.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 51 votes.
Drake is so excited when Megan wins a radio contest, and the prize is tickets to the Zero Gravity concert and a guitar signed by Devan Malone, the head guitarist of Zero Gravity. The best part is, Megan lets Drake have the prize! Drake is so obsessed with this guitar. When Josh accidentally sets the guitar on fire, he must come up with a way to replace it before Drake becomes insane forever. Meanwhile, Walter tries to spend quality time with Drake, but everytime Walter tries to go for it, Drake is doing something important.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 82 votes.
Mindy invites Josh over to her house for dinner and to meet her parents, but things don't go well. Josh hosts another dinner at his house to try and impress Mindy's parents to make up for last time. He asks Drake to not mess up his date. Meanwhile Drake and his new girlfriend, Lucy, wrestle to see who is tougher, to prove that some girls are tougher than boys.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 55 votes.
Drake has taken advantage of Josh for the last time and Josh decides that he is done dealing with Drake. Drake says he's fine with this, but when Josh's life improves and Drake's goes down the drain this rocker begins crooning a different tune.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 66 votes.
Josh gets a part on a TV crime show where he plays the infamous "Theater Thug." Following his TV debut he becomes a public enemy as a case of mistaken identity gets out of hand.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 53 votes.
When Josh recieves a foot injury, his parents take him to the hospital. While at the hospital, Drake poses as a doctor to impress a bunch of nurses. Then another doctor comes in and thinks he is a famous doctor. Because of this, he has to perform a foot surgery. How can Drake escape without being revealed of breaking the law?
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 54 votes.
Drake and Josh accidentally kill Megan's hamster and they think she is planning revenge.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 54 votes.
Susan, Drake's girlfriend flirts with Josh, constantly kissing him, but Susan is such a good liar that when Drake is around she makes Drake think Josh is hitting on her.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 122 votes.
Drake, Josh, and Megan must rebuild a tree house that they accidentally destroyed
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 59 votes.
Josh is confident about when Walter chooses him to be his co-weatherman. That is, until Megan reminds Josh of his uncontrolable twitch. So Josh twitches in front of the whole world and becomes the laughing stock of San Diego. Meanwhile, Drake is determined to win the talent show for the third year in a row but finds it challenging when he rivals with an acappella group.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 68 votes.
To keep from being sent to remedial English, Drake agrees to mentor a little kid named Sammy. Unfortunately, Sammy would rather hang out with Josh.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 54 votes.
Drake teases Josh that he can't get girls. So, Drake and Josh make a bet to see how many girls each of them can date in just one week. The rules are, every date must last at least one hour, you can't date someone you already know, and you can't date the same person twice.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 54 votes.
After Helen has eye surgery she asks Drake and Josh to help her around her house. When Drake sees that she has a hot tub, a plasma screen TV, and a dancing machine, he takes advantage of Helen's blindness to use all her cool stuff.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 58 votes.
Josh and Drake both get a job at the movie theater. Josh does a bunch of work, but Drake slacks off and gets all the credit. When Drake becomes Josh's boss, Josh is fed up, because he was doing all of Drake's work for him.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 91 votes.
Drake meets a smart girl from school named Michelle that he really likes. Now, Drake is not the smartest kid in school, so he gets Josh to teach him things to impress Michelle. But things go too far when he accidentally says yes to an offer of joining the Academic Team. Meanwhile, Josh has had enough with Megan's pranks and tries to get back at her.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Drake and Josh from 65 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
I believe this is Dan Schneider's best show, he has ever made.
Loved it. My childhood really!
I remember watching this show as a kid and thinking it was the funniest thing in the world. Re-watching again as an adult, it's a lot of dumb and dated humor, but it is still funny nonetheless. It is crazy how much this show improved after the first season. It's kind of a shame there aren't more shows like this out there today. Average Season Review: 7.88/10 Recommendation - At Least Give it a Whirl (for Kids)
Omg , this bring memories back , Grow up with this series :broken_heart:
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
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