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The second season of That's So Raven aired on Disney Channel from October 3, 2003 to September 24, 2004. The season deals with the Baxter family, Raven (Raven Symoné), Cory (Kyle Massey), Tanya Baxter (T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh) and Victor Baxter (Rondell Sheridan) as they continue to manage with Raven and her ability to see into the future. Orlando Brown and Anneliese van der Pol co-star as Raven's best friends, Eddie Thomas and Chelsea Daniels. Guest stars for this season included: Rose Abdoo, Paula Abdul, Adrienne Bailon, Patrick Bristow, Haylie Duff, Ashley Eckstein, Andrea Edwards, Judyann Elder, David Henrie, Amy Hill, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Jonathan McDaniel, Faizon Love, Wesley Mann, Frankie Ryan Manriquez, Tom Virtue, and Debra Wilson.


  • In this season Raven dyed her hair black to light brown
  • Raven, Eddie, and Chelsea are 15 years old in this season
  • Bizzarely, this season's original opening was replaced with Season 3’s opening for daytime network rebroadcasts and subsequent syndication starting in mid mid 2005 it had completely vanished from all reruns. No explanation for this has ever been given, and as of 2020, the original opening has been restored for Disney+.
  • The episodes below are in order of production code. They DID NOT air in this order.


Season 2 was filmed from April 2003 to October 2003.


Season 2 (2003-2004) Astral Media Family Channel Canada August 18, 2003 and September 23, 2003

Episodes in American TV Version Episodes in Canadian TV Version Title Directed by Written by Original air date

USA and Canada

Production Code
22 24 "Out of Control" Gerren Keith Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman October 3, 2003

October 2, 2004 ABC August 20, 2003

Raven's vision leads her to believe that Chelsea and Eddie are becoming a couple. Victor is opening his new restaurant and Cory wants to do comedy ventriloquism at the opening.
23 25 "Don't Have a Cow" Rich Correll Michael Carrington October 17, 2003

October 29, 2005 ABC Season Finale August 21, 2003

Raven and Chelsea dabble in wishing spells on Halloween and accidentally turn themselves into cows. Cory feels he is old enough to go trick or treating without Victor.
24 23 "Run, Raven, Run" Rich Correll Marc Warren November 14, 2003

August 19, 2003

Raven tries to save Alana (School bully and Raven's nemesis) from danger, but ends up making their relationship worse. Cory and William (Cory's technically savvy best friend) get chicken pox and give it to Victor.
25 28 "Clothes Minded" Sean McNamara Edward C. Evans January 1, 2004

May 7, 2005 ABC August 27, 2003

Raven protests new school uniforms and ends bonding with Alana. Cory gets a credit card in Lionel (his rat's) name.
26 27 "Four's a Crowd" Rich Correll Michael Feldman January 30, 2004

October 9, 2004 ABC August 26, 2003

Raven gets a date with Devon but his little sister and Cory have to come along. Victor and Tanya get the house to themselves until Eddie and Chelsea come over.
27 33 "Hearts and Minds" Rich Correll Michael Feldman February 6, 2004

February 14, 2004 ABC Season Premiere September 4, 2003

Eddie teaches Cory to rap to 'the ladies' so he can get the nerve up to ask Danielle, a cute girl in Cory's class, to be his Valentine.
28 32 "Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind" John Tracy Josh Lynn & Danny Warren March 26, 2004

September 3, 2003

Raven feels bad after telling Devon that she thinks the annual Sci-Fi convention is nerdy only to learn that Devon is one of those "nerds."
29 22 "That's So NOT Raven" Sean McNamara Dennis Rinsler April 9, 2004

September 25, 2004 ABC August 18, 2003 Season Premiere

Raven enters a fashion contest and is told that she can't model her own designs because she doesn't have 'The Look' ... but of course, that doesn't stop her! Cory and William try to raise money for an expensive new video game.
30 29 "Blue in the Face" Sean McNamara Maisha Closson April 16, 2004

October 16, 2004 ABC August 28, 2003

Raven wants to go to a concert with Devon but she has to pass her science project before her parents will let her go.
31 30 "Spa Day Afternoon" Carl Lauten Dava Savel May 21, 2004

September 1, 2003

Raven decides to go with Tanya for a mother daughter retreat at a health spa, but only because she had a vision that her pop idol, Maisha, was going to be there as well.
32 34 "Leave it to Diva" Donna Pescow Marc Warren May 28, 2004

October 30, 2004 ABC September 8, 2003

When Raven comes down with a 'psychic cold' she suddenly has the ability to read people's minds and must bite her tongue when Victor's judgmental mom comes to visit.
33 37 "There Goes the Bride" Erma Elzy-Jones Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman June 11, 2004

September 11, 2003

Raven learns that Devon is moving away after his dad remarries. She makes a last attempt to talk his dad out of it while he's waiting for his bride at the altar. Also, Cory buys Victor and Tanya a wall-mounted singing chicken for their anniversary.
34 36 "Radio Heads" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler June 25, 2004

June 26, 2004 ABC September 10, 2003

Eddie starts a new radio show for the school, but the booth gets too crowded when Senorita Rodriguez makes him team up with Raven.
35 38 "A Goat's Tale" Debbie Allen Edward C. Evans July 2, 2004

July 3, 2004 ABC September 15, 2003

Eddie decides to get revenge and steal the rival school's goat mascot before the big game, but Chelsea feels sorry for the little fellow and steals it from Eddie in hopes of taking it to a farm and a more dignified life.
36 26 "He's Got the Power" John Tracy Dava Savel July 9, 2004

February 5, 2005 ABC August 25, 2003

An electrical mishap gives Eddie psychic powers. Victor has '70s night in the restaurant and Cory gets in trouble at school when using '70s slang from a movie.
37 40 "Skunk'd" Christopher B. Pearman Sarah Jane Cunningham & Suzie V. Freeman July 16, 2004

September 17, 2003

Chelsea wants Raven to join her on a camping trip. Raven shows up at the campsite with every home convenience and ruins everything that Chelsea loves about camping. Also, Cory offers to be Eddie's talent manager and books his first paying gig.
38 39 "The Dating Shame" Sean McNamara Edward C. Evans & Michael Feldman July 23, 2004

July 24, 2004 ABC September 16, 2003

Raven and Chelsea go on a reality dating show. The cute bachelor and the manipulative host soon have Raven and Chelsea willing to endure any humiliation in order to win. Also, Cory tricks his parents and stays home alone without a babysitter.
39 35 "The Road to Audition" Debbie Allen Beth Seriff & Geoff Tarson July 30, 2004

September 9, 2003

Raven has a vision that a scout from "Undercover Superstar" is at her school.
40 41 "The Lying Game" Rich Correll Dennis Rinsler & Marc Warren August 6, 2004

May 21, 2005 ABC September 18, 2003

Raven and Cory both tell very different versions of an incident at school. The truth lies somewhere in between Cory and Raven's farfetched stories.
41 42 "Numb and Number" Rondell Sheridan Michael Feldman & Dava Savel September 10, 2004

February 19, 2005 ABC September 22, 2003

Raven reluctantly agrees to take a very nervous Cory to the dentist.
42 31 "My Big Fat Pizza Party" John Tracy Michael Carrington September 17, 2004

September 2, 2003

Raven and Chelsea convince Victor to let them work at The Chill Grill but end up in over their heads after they both overbook too many parties on the same night.
43 43 "Shake, Rattle, and Rae" Marc Warren Story by: Lanny Horn

Teleplay by: Sarah Watson & Jason M. Palmer

September 24, 2004

October 23, 2004 ABC September 23, 2003 Season Finale

To make peace with Alana, Raven invites her to a slumber party. All is well, until Raven gets a vision that there's going to be an earthquake at some point during the night.