That's So Raven (2003) s02e13 Episode Script

Radio Heads

1 Good-G-G-Good Morning, Bayside.
I'm DJ Eddie T, and that was a little old school going out to the whole school.
Filling in for Charlie, my engineer who's sick with the flu, is Chelsea Daniels.
Hit my jingle, Chels.
Oh, I got something.
DJ Eddie T At Bayside.
Oh, we have a caller.
Hey, Mr.
DJ! I just love the way you put this whole school radio thing together.
Appreciate the love, anonymous caller, but, uh, what can I play for you? You know my jam.
You got it.
Oh, right after this track, I'm going to be talking to our new foreign-exchange student, Vladimir Stuvelsky.
That's right.
Vlad's going to lead the Barracudas to our first winning basketball season, since well, uh ever.
Y'all better watch out.
Mercy, mercy, mercy.
I'm okay, everybody, I'm okay.
Ooh, my bad, Vlad.
Yep, that's me.
This is for you, Vlad.
A little taste of the old country while you wait for the ambulance.
Hey, hey, people.
Calm it down.
Dancing accidents happen every day.
Eduardo, as faculty advisor to the radio station, I am advising you to get a new guest.
Okay, Senorita Rodriguez, uh, well, how about someone loaded with personality, who's standing right here in this room? Oh, Eduardo, please you're making me blush.
I'll be right back with my castanets.
Uh, no.
Actually, I was talking about Raven.
Raven? Oh Come on, Eddie.
Raven can't play the castanets, okay? Well, whatever she plays, it better be good.
Okay, here we go, here we go! Five, four Okay, I'm back with my special guest, Raven Baxter.
Yeah, hey.
Um, first of all Wait, wait.
First of all, I'd like to apologize to the student body, I'm sorry.
And the basketball team I'm sorry.
All the citizens of Yazblokia.
Yeah, it's going to be a tough season this year.
I mean, we were really counting on Vlad to save the team.
Hey, you know, I don't really know that much about basketball, but I do know a little something-something about style.
Have you seen the uniforms? Of course, I mean, I wear one.
Yeah, they're green and yellow.
That looks great.
In a hankie.
So, uh, Rae, what you're saying is, if we had better looking uniforms, then we'd win more games? Oh, no, no, no.
You'd still stink.
You'd just stink in style.
I'm sorry.
I don't really know what I'm doing.
Whew, good, a commercial.
I'm going to go get us some more popcorn.
What was that? Ah, it's just my back.
These old bones don't work like they used to.
Hey, partner.
Feeling old and washed up? Wasting your life away on the couch with a bowl of popcorn? Maybe it's because you're bald.
With one of our "Getting Wiggy With It" natural hair pieces, you can be enjoying the life you used to have.
Playing sports.
Shooting the curl.
Or just plain, rocking out.
What are you waiting for? Call now and Get Wiggy With It today! Yeah, life is good.
Eddie, hey.
Everybody loved your show yesterday.
Oh, I know, Chels.
It feels so good.
All that hard work is finally starting to pay off.
I mean, not to toot my own horn, but, uh, I'm-a keep on tooting.
What y'all tooting about? Oh, not much, just talking about my show yesterday.
Thanks a lot for helping me out.
Oh, no problem.
Oh, Eddie and Raven, just the people I wanted to see.
Now, I just wanted to tell you kids how much I enjoyed your radio show yesterday.
Oh, thanks, but it's Eddie's show, I was just a guest.
Oh, not anymore.
You two had what I like to call, "The Chemistry.
" You are now partners.
The Eddie And Raven Show.
Wait, you mean you want me and Rae to team up? I didn't sing the jingle for kicks.
You have a problem with this? Uh, no, no, Senorita Rodriguez.
It's cool.
The Eddie and Raven Eddie and Raven, Eddie and Raven Show The Eddie and Raven, Eddie and Raven Eddie and Raven Show Oh, Eddie, this is going to so cool.
We're going to be partners.
Yeah, it's going to be so great.
Now we can all be together, you know? In that stuffy, cramped, overheated little box of a room.
It's going to be so much fun! The Eddie and Raven Eddie and Raven Eddie and Raven Show! Yeah so much fun.
# The Eddie and Raven, Eddie and Raven, Eddie and Raven Show.
# Excuse me, old timer, I'm looking for Victor Baxter.
I am Victor Baxter.
According to my records, Victor Baxter is a much younger man.
I am a much younger man.
Who are you? I'm Cyrus from Getting Wiggy With It hair replacement.
I got here as soon as I could.
You got here for what? Cyrus! You must be Corey.
Getting Wiggy With It! You know him? I called him.
For what? Because, every young boy wants a hip, hairy-headed dad.
Oh, come on, Cyrus, just because you put a wig on somebody doesn't make them Bam! A new man.
Dad, you look so young.
Really? Now would you be buying or renting? Let me see you get wiggy with it.
Time to cool this hot box down.
Rae, what are you doing? Hey, there partner.
Look what I got.
It's a fan.
The custodian gave it to me.
He said that he used to cool off the whole entire gym before we got air conditioning.
That's not going to work, Rae.
I bet it does.
Rae, it is not going to work.
Don't you turn on that fan! Okay, okay, I'm sorry.
Turn it off! Turn it off! It's too noisy.
And it blows everything around.
Oh, yeah, I see what you're saying.
I'm, yeah I didn't think about that.
Hey, team.
You guys ready for some radio fun? Oh, yeah, Chels.
You know I'm ready.
I got a million great ideas.
Like the fan? Okay, I had a million great ones and then one not so great one.
I'm sorry about that, but check this out.
It's like those wacky radio contests.
Guess how many Ping-Pong balls are in the jar.
Uh 237.
Chels? Yeah? How'd you know that? Isn't it obvious? Look, my show was doing just fine without all of these gimmicks.
Now, I got to my locker and get some CDs.
I'll be right back.
Hurry back there, partner.
We're on in two minutes.
I know when we're on.
Is it me, Chels, or am I detecting a little attitudinal problem? Well, Rae, you kind of were coming on pretty strong, you know? This show is like Eddie's baby.
I have never had a baby or anything, but I hear people get, like, really attached to them.
Chels, you're right.
This is Eddie's baby.
He loves it.
I don't want Eddie to think that I'm taking over.
I'm just going to sit back and let him do his thing.
All right, people, it's show time.
All right, all right.
Come on, let's make some radio magic.
Five, four Good-G-G-Good Morning, Bayside! We coming at you to lift that homeroom gloom, y'all.
I'm DJ Eddie T.
And I'm Rae.
So, uh, Rae, why don't you tell the people about your great ideas.
Well, uh, what about the Ping-Pong balls? Uh, Rae, I could use a little bit more then a "eh.
" I don't get it, Rae.
I mean, you said you had all these great ideas and now suddenly you have nothing to say.
I mean, you never have nothing to say.
Well, Eddie, this is your show.
I just want you to sit back and do your thing.
Well, it's not my thing anymore, it's our thing.
And you're messing it up, Rae.
Why would I do that? I don't know.
Maybe you're trying to make me look bad.
Maybe you want the show for yourself or something? Whoa, whoa, maybe you're tripping.
Oh, so I'm tripping? Look, I'm not going to stick around and watch you make a fool out of me on my own show.
I'm out of here.
Chels, what did he say? Um, well it's really, it's not so much what he said, as, um, as how loud he was actually screaming it.
I can't believe Eddie's still mad at me.
Well, Rae, you know, it's Eddie.
He's going to get over it.
Oh, wow.
High school, 75 years.
This school still smell the same.
Chelsea! Baby, hi.
What took you so long? Oh, I'm sorry, Rae.
You know, my molecules don't really work as fast as they used to.
Hey, Eddie.
How you been? Give me a hug.
How have I been? I've been mad.
Eddie, it's been 75 years since the radio thing, darling, let it go.
I just came here to tell you that I ain't going to never forgive you.
Eat my dust.
Chels, I just saw the future.
Okay, Rae, sweetie, you always see the future.
Chels, it was way, way into the future.
Girl, we were at our 75th school reunion.
We went to 75 schools? Chels, no, it was our school.
And Eddie was still mad at me.
I can't let that happen.
Hey, I bet you can't wait to hang out with your new, young, hip dad, huh? I'm just happy you're happy.
Then you're going to get even happier.
Check out the funky fresh outfit I got for you.
Dad and lad! Matching clothes.
So, go ahead, try them on and then we'll head down to the mall.
Where people can see us? For shizzle.
Hey where you going with Daddy's hair? I was just, uh taking it out for some air? Corey, grab the wig and come here.
What's going on? Daddy's hair is creeping me out.
I thought you said you wanted a younger, hipper dad.
And I thought you missed your hair.
I have no problems being bald.
Then what the heck are we doing? I guess we're just trying to help each other out.
Dad these outfits don't help anyone.
Yeah, I guess not.
I just want my old dad back.
You got him.
Eddie, I got to talk to you.
Nobody's stopping you, Rae.
Oh, Eddie, you might not know this about yourself, but you're the type of person who can hold a grudge.
I'm talking 75 years.
Look, I don't hold grudges, Rae.
And I'm never going to forget you said that.
Eddie, wait.
Eddie! Oh.
Eddie, I want you to come back to the show! Listen, I had a vision and Wait, let me guess.
You saw yourself on the radio falling flat on your face? You know what, I take that back.
I don't need you.
I can do the show by myself, and it'll be a great show.
The best show this school ever saw.
It's radio.
Ever heard.
Hey, hey, hey.
It's DJ Rae on the miz-ic on KUDA, KUDA Radio Yeah.
How was that Chels? Perfect.
Ha, very professional.
If only we were on the air.
Why weren't we on the air? I don't really know how to turn on your miz-ic.
What? Yeah, that was Eddie's job.
Well, play some music or something.
Um, again, Eddie's job.
Chels, what was your job? Uh, um, to do what Eddie told me.
Are you serious? Just great.
How am I supposed to run this stupid radio show when I don't know the first stupid thing about We're on the air.
Okay let's get you some music.
I got stacks of tracks coming at ya, Bay side! Uh, Rae, the machine.
Um, oh, oh! Bayside! Rae, my hand is stuck.
What? How am I supposed to get you out of there? I don't know, that was Eddie's job.
Eddie, there you are.
How can you enjoy your lunch when your show is going down the tubes? It's not my show anymore.
I'm done with it.
Really? Are you done with that churro? One two three! Chelsea, get! Bayside! Bayside, okay.
Bayside, Bayside, how many Ping-Pong balls just hit the counter? Tell us now, call us.
Operators are standing by.
Our number is Is it me, or is it hot in here? Chels, no! Turn off the fan! I can't! Rae, what are you doing! Chels, get in the front, we'll push you around.
Okay, come on, let's go.
Okay, okay, wait.
Okay, one two Three! Come on! Chels, pull the plug.
Get it Chels, get it! Bayside! Bayside! Bay-Bayside Bayside, this is DJ Rae and, uh, oh, as you can probably tell, I'm not really a radio person, so, uh, I'd like to turn it over to DJ Eddie T.
You don't have to do all of this for me.
No, Eddie.
You know, this is your show, you made it what it was.
Yeah, and I couldn't admit that having you on my show made it even better.
Not having you on it made it a disaster.
Look, the bottom line is, my pride was hurt, Rae, and I acted like a jerk.
So if you want to stay on the show and do it with me, it's totally cool.
But if you ever need a guest or a friend, I'm there for you.
Thanks, Rae.
Hit my jingle, Chels.
Eddie would you? Trisha, how could you? What do you mean, Frederick? Man, this is boring.
The game is on.
Hey, Eddie.
Eddie, no, uh-uh.
You are not turning off my soap, okay? Not until I find out if Trisha's baby is an alien.
Here's a clue, Rae-- the kid's got green skin.
That doesn't mean anything.
You guys! Please, stop, okay? You know what can happen when you two start fighting.
Eddie! Hey, Eddie.
Raven, Chelsea, how long has it been? Around ten minutes.
We left the teleport at the same time.
Oh, I know.
It was just an excuse to hug on my two best friends.
Guys, just checked out the future.
We're going to be friends forever.
Good, then give me the remote.
You cannot have the remote.
I can have anything I want to.
You cannot in my house.
Let me tell you something.
The kid's got green skin.