That's So Raven (2003) s03e33 Episode Script

Cake Fear

All right, dad, the taxi's here.
It's time to go and be on your way.
Look at that.
Yeah.
Mom's waiting for you at Aunt Sonya's.
You guys are gonna have a great weekend together.
Bye-bye.
Wait.
If I didn't know you guys any better, I'd swear you were trying to get rid of me.
No.
Why would you say that? Because you called a cab, packed my bags, and I'm not leavin' till tomorrow.
Tomorrow? Oh, snap! Hey.
You know, that really cuts into our weekend.
Hey, is there anyway you could sleep in the cab? First of all, I am not sleeping in the cab, and second of all, I am not leaving you two alone.
What? Why? Why? Because the last time I left you alone, you threw a party with a mechanical bull.
That was fun.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Ok.
What are the odds that that'll ever happen again? Zero, because I'm gonna use one of our old babysitters.
Babysitters? We're not babies.
Don't tell me you called Mrs.
Wilson.
You know she used to make us massage her toes.
And one wasn't even real.
For real? You didn't know? No, it's not Mrs.
Wilson.
It's one of your other babysitters we used to use.
Ms.
Patterson.
You know what, dad? I think you're right.
We do need a responsible adult watching us.
You know what? I'm glad you feel that way.
I'm gonna let this cab go.
Yes.
All right.
Yes, dad.
Yeah.
Good.
Yes! Pushover Patterson.
She let us get away with everything.
I know! I know! And all her toes are real.
They are real, aren't they? Yes.
And this will be better than being alone.
Yeah.
Pushover! Pushover! Pushover! Yep, that's me.
Kids, my cab's outside.
Someone wanna give me a hand? Kinda busy.
I helped you yesterday.
That's Ms.
Patterson.
I'll get it! Ms.
Patterson! Raven and Cory! My, you're so grown up.
Come on in.
Here.
Let me get that for you.
No! I mean, no thank you, sweetheart.
I'll just take care of this myself.
Ok.
Here's all the instructions and the important numbers.
Thank you, Mr.
Baxter.
I'll just go to the guest room and put my things away.
She is such a sweet woman.
Why did I stop using her? Who remembers? It was so long ago.
There was an incident.
Yeah.
The cake.
I don't remember a cake.
Me neither.
I made this special cake for your mom's birthday, we went out to dinner, and when we got home there was nothing left but crumbs.
And you guys said that Ms.
Patterson ate it, and she admitted it.
Maybe I shouldn't have hired her again.
No, no, no, dad.
She is so nice.
Yeah.
Yeah.
She is nice.
And except for that cake incident, she's an excellent babysitter.
Yeah.
Well, you guys behave, and don't give Ms.
Patterson any trouble.
Ok, dad.
Ok.
Thanks, dad.
Have a good trip bye.
Tell mom I said holla at ya.
Ok.
That cake was slammin'.
Yeah.
I can still taste it.
That creamy icin'.
The spongy goodness.
Forbidden cakes are the best kind.
Yes, this is true, but We shouldn't have blamed Ms.
Patterson for eating it.
Hey, if she wasn't such a pushover, she wouldn't have taken the rap.
True.
It is all her fault.
Pushover, pushover.
Pushover, push Over.
Hey, Ms.
Patterson.
It is so good to have you back.
Did you get settled in? Yes, thank you.
It's very comfortable.
Good.
Don't you wanna put your bag in your room? Why would I wanna do that? 'Cause it looks kinda heavy.
Yes.
It is.
So, is there anything I can do for you, children? You could make us some hot fudge sundaes.
Yeah.
Won't that spoil your dinner? We want them for dinner.
Well, then I better get started.
I think I remember where everything is.
Same old pushover.
Push Were you looking in my bag? No, no, no! Of course not! Of course not.
I was just just taking a look at the counter and your bag just happened to be there.
Let's get one thing straight.
I don't want anyone lookin' in the bag, talkin' about the bag, or even thinkin' about the bag.
What about smellin' the bag? And no smartmouthin' around the bag either.
Do we understand each other? Good.
Who wants sprinkles? Yeah.
I do.
Cory, need to talk to you for a second.
Dad told me to tell you about the conversation that we had the other day.
Told us to talk about it.
Yeah.
We gotta go discuss somethin'.
There is something very weird about her and that bag.
Yeah.
She won't even let us smell it.
Where's pushover Patterson? I brought her something.
That's nice, Eddie.
Yeah.
It's my laundry.
I figure she can do it while we watch TV.
Eddie.
That's rude.
If she's doing your laundry, she won't have time to varnish my birdhouse.
You guys, she's changed.
She's not a pushover anymore? Well, I don't know really.
I mean, first she's like "do you want sprinkles?" And then the next minute she's like, "don't touch the bag.
" Yeah.
Yeah.
That bag She doesn't let anyone near it.
Did she let you smell it? No.
But sometimes you can tell what's in it if you smell it.
That's what I thought.
Will you two stop it? You know what? This sounds just like that movie forbidden bag of doom.
See, this lady, she's walking around with this bag, right.
And see, when they finally looked inside of it, it had an axe in it.
Maybe she was a lumberjack.
She was chopping, but it wasn't no wood.
Ok.
Ok.
Ok.
Stop.
You guys are really starting to freak me out.
What is Ms.
Patterson really is Nuts? No, no, that's not what I was gonna say.
Ok.
No nuts on your sundae.
Eddie and Chelsea.
It's been so long.
Hey, Mrs.
Patterson.
Great to see your bag.
Back.
Great to see you're back.
See? Did you see the reaction? I told you.
Her and that bag is totally Bananas? No, no, no.
That was the farthest thing from my mind.
Fine.
No bananas.
No nuts.
Ok, you guys.
Huddle up.
Ok, you guys.
We really gotta be careful what we say.
If something weird is going on, we don't wanna insult her.
It might set her off.
Good idea.
Who we talking about? Ms.
Patterson.
Yes.
Ms.
Patterson.
We weren't talking about you.
Wait a minute.
You guys, I thought we were talking about her.
Chels.
You're so funny.
Get back Well, anyway, children, here are sundaes for everyone.
Eat up, sweet things.
Do they taste ok? Good.
'Cause I put something special in them.
A little dash Of cinnamon.
Did you say cinnamon? No.
It's time.
I have to do this now.
Do what? What do you have to do now? Take a shower.
Every day at 6:03, I take a shower for exactly 5 and 1/2 minutes.
I call it me time.
That's very specific.
Yet normal.
Totally normal.
Yes.
I kinda got into the habit.
That's all the time they allowed us when I went Away.
Away? Where away? Nowhere.
And I'm never going back.
Ok.
You don't have to go back.
You can stay right here.
In this house.
Well.
It's time to rubba dub dub.
All right.
All right.
5 and 1/2 minutes? Y'all, she is just weird.
Yes, but it gives us 5 and 1/2 minutes to see what's in that bag.
And it gives me a 5 and 1/2 minute head start to get the heck outta here.
Wait.
Get back here.
You first.
Hey.
Now, that was weird.
Was the bag in there? Yeah, it was.
Well, go in there and snatch it.
Why? Because you're bravest.
No, I'm not.
Well, you're the closet.
What? Get in there.
Time to shampoo.
Where is that shampoo? Without-.
Where's my loofah? I'm ok.
Ok, let's check it out.
We only have 2 minutes.
There's no axe.
It's only this stupid scrapbook.
Let me see it.
I love scrapbooking.
Maybe I can get some ideas.
What? There's nothing in here, but a boring newspaper headline: "Revenge seeking babysitter sent away.
" What? She said she went away.
But She was sent away.
Sent? Well, that's the one that's not a vacation.
Wherever she was sent, it's ok because, I mean, she did her time.
Well, not all of it.
Look.
"Revenge seeking babysitter escapes.
" Look at this one.
"Revenge seeking babysitter seeks revenge.
"Patricia Patterson, also known as Pushover Patterson, Pushover Patty, Pushover Pat, and Lefty, has escaped and vowed revenge on all children who, quote, pushed her around.
" Unquote.
Well, it's a good thing that, you know, you and Cory always treated her well.
Except for the cake.
There's cake? There's no cake.
When Cory and I were little, we blamed Ms.
Patterson for eating mom's birthday cake, and Now, she's out to get us.
What we gonna do? Ok.
I'm gonna tell you what we gonna do.
We gonna put this back in the bathroom, and then, we're gonna run.
Run! A penny.
It's my lucky day.
Penny for your thoughts Lefty? Ok, you guys.
Everybody calm down.
All right? The good news is that we know we are not imagining this.
All right.
Bad news is She gonna get us.
Cory.
No.
No, she's not.
Do you know why? You know why? Because we are getting out of here.
Go! Who said that? Wait a minute.
We're missin' somebody.
Chelsea.
Hello, children.
Ms Ms.
Patterson.
You wouldn't happen to have seen Chelsea up there, did you? As a matter of fact, I did.
She said she had to Go.
G- g-go go, go where? Let's just say she's watching over us from a better place.
What is this place? It's a TV production truck.
Hope we didn't scare you guys too much.
What you don't know is you're on a new TV reality show called Revenge of the Babysitter.
I get it.
Ms.
Patterson broke out to be on TV.
No, she never broke out because they never sent her away.
Well, then she should sue those newspapers.
They're saying horrible things about her.
Chelsea, stay with me now.
This is all one big joke.
Ms.
Patterson is in on it.
The newspaper articles aren't real.
This is all fake.
Yeah, but I thought you said it was a reality show.
It is.
She's a real babysitter seeking real revenge on Raven and Cory because they ate the cake.
So there is cake.
Ms.
Patterson, you have to tell us what happened to Chelsea.
Don't worry about Chelsea.
You children need to Relax! I'll make you some cocoa.
That always calms me down.
Well, y'all.
Looks like we got 2 choices.
We can run.
Or we can scream and run.
Slow down.
It's dangerous out there.
It's dangerous in here.
We're going door to door alerting the neighborhood.
There's a revenge-seeking babysitter on the loose.
That's her! Where? She's in there.
In the kitchen.
Making cocoa.
Cocoa? Sounds like her.
Looks like we got here just in time.
Thank you! Thank you very much.
Thank you for the protection.
Who wants cocoa? That's her, officer.
I didn't know we had company.
Yeah, officer.
Arrest her.
First we have to make a positive identification.
Nope, that's not her.
What? What? Officer, are you trippin', homey? Look at it! Look at it! It looks just like her.
She even got the same clothes on.
The person we're looking for is a master of disguise.
She'd never be that obvious.
Yes, she would.
You know what? I need you to check her bag because all your evidence is in that bag! All right.
Fine.
Ms Livingston.
Livingston? Ms.
Livingston, would you mind? Yes, everything is right here in her bag of evil.
Along with her Evil knitting needles.
And her evil Teddy bear.
And her evil book of Nighty nighty stories.
It was in here.
I swear I saw it.
You kids should be ashamed of yourselves, blaming this nice lady.
You're right.
You're right.
Please, arrest us.
Yes, please take us to a nice, safe jail.
Here.
Kids, I'm sure Ms.
Livingston will take good care of you.
Just keep your eyes open for that maniac.
I'm sure you'll be just fine.
Man.
She's gonna take care of us all right.
It's ok.
It's ok.
You know why? Why? 'Cause it's still 3 against one.
Right, Eddie? Let's Eddie? Where's Eddie? Eddie's not with us anymore.
He's with your friend Chelsea now.
I told you not to look in my bag.
We got you good, Eddie? Yeah, man.
I can't believe how scared you were.
Scared? I i wasn't scared.
I was just playin', y'all.
See, look.
I knew it was a joke the whole time.
Ms.
Patterson, what do you want from us? I have plans for both of you.
Big plans.
I can't believe she got them.
Are you all right, dear? Yeah.
Yeah.
Yeah.
I i i was just Havin' a moment.
Really.
She got plans all right.
Run! Ok.
Now they're gonna cut the lights and cue the thunder.
It's the icing on the cake.
Where is this cake? Oh, snap.
Time for cake, children.
Cake? "Happy birthday" "Mom.
" That looks exactly Like what? What happened? The cake that, that we used to like.
Well, if you like it so much, then why don't you eat it now? Be because.
We're not allowed to have desert before Eat it! I mean, can we at least have like a fork? - Eat it! - Ok! Does this cake bring back any memories? Ok.
Ok! We did it.
We ate the cake and we blamed you.
We were just little kids.
We didn't wanna get in any trouble.
The cake was so good, but we were so bad.
We didn't So, you admit that you ate the cake and blamed me? Yes! Could you admit it to that camera over there? Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! We ate the camera? Raven.
Cory.
You're on Revenge of the Babysitter.
We got you good.
Yeah.
That's what y'all get.
Wait a minute.
Wait a minute.
Wait a minute.
So, this is you're serious? This is one of those practical joke, hidden video candid punk'd situations? Yeah, that's right.
Daddy, why? Well, the show came to me and told me that Ms.
Patterson wanted revenge, and when I heard her story, I agreed that you two deserved it.
I was such a pushover in those days, I even let you blame me for something I didn't do.
It bothered me for years.
Ms.
Patterson, that was a good one.
Well, it was just a little good-natured fun at your expense.
Plus, I discovered I have a real mean streak.
Guys, I think this is where we look in the camera and wave.
When do we get cake? Say good night, Chelsea.
Good night, Chelsea.
I can't believe she got them, but they deserved it! You know what, dad? In my vision it really looked like you were crying.
I'm glad the show's getting canceled.
Well, I do know one thing.
You two will never do something bad and blame it on someone else again.
Now, if you excuse me, I'm gonna have the last piece of strudel I have been saving for myself.
Ok.
Who ate the strudel? Ms.
Patterson.
I can't believe you two.
After everything you been through, you're gonna blame Ms.
Patterson again.
Gotcha!