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"In Czechoslovakia, the daisy is known as the 'Flower of Death.'"
―Mr. Crenshaw
Girl Power
Season 3, Episode 10
Girl Power
Air date October 15, 2005
Written by Jake Farrow
Directed by Steve Hoefer
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Girl Power is the tenth episode of the third season of Drake & Josh.

Synopsis[]

Josh tries to impress his girlfriend Mindy's parents, while Drake's girlfriend challenges him to a wrestling match to prove that she is tougher than he is.

Plot[]

In the opening comments, Drake and Josh talk about the number of girlfriends that they had in their lives.

Drake wants to break up with his girlfriend Lucy, after finding out that she is possibly stronger than he is, but Drake challenges her to a fight to prove that he is tougher than she is. Meanwhile, Josh tries to impress Mindy's parents so he can continue to date her. He later organizes a dinner for them at his house which on the same night as Drake and Lucy's fight.

Josh is concerned that the fight will ruin his chances of impressing Mindy's parents, so he makes Drake and Lucy wrestle upstairs in the bedroom, where Megan is waiting to watch the fight with a group of friends. However, during the dinner, Drake and Lucy later wrestle their way into the living room during the dinner and Josh is upset about how Drake ruined his plans, but Drake does not listen. Mindy's parents understand how much Josh cares for their daughter and allow her and Josh to resume their relationship. However, Mindy's dad asks Drake and Lucy why they were fighting, and Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw fight each other to see who is tougher.

During the end credits, Josh tried to pick up a piece of a chicken for his dinner using his fork. Mindy's brother Alden got mad because Josh picked the piece of chicken he wanted and refused to take it after Josh put it in Alden's plate, which causes Alden to leave the dinner table.

Cast[]

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Transcript[]

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Trivia[]

  • Audrey and Walter do not appear in this episode.
  • Lucy reappears in "The Storm".
  • One of the kids Megan invites to watch the fight reappears in "Megan's New Teacher".
  • In one scene when the front of the movie theater is zoomed out next to it, we see Schneider's Bakery, which is the name of the company that owns this show.
  • Seeing how Mr. Crenshaw was super offended by the daisies and mentioned, "In Czechoslovakia, the daisy is known as the 'Flower of death.'" It can be assumed that he is either part Czech, part Slovakian, or Czechoslovakian since it used to be a country.
  • The $100.00 ice sculpture Josh mentions to Drake is shaped like a swan.
  • The "Falling Chandelier Sketch" used in this episode is also used in "Final Fight" and "Final Fight Guy" "Super Castlevania IV" "Tiny Toon Adventures" (NES Version) "Animaniacs" (Sega Genesis Version)
  • This is the only appearances of Mindy's parents and her younger brother Alden.
    • Alden only appeared in the end credits scene.
  • Josh hired a harpist for his dinner with The Crenshaws. Mr. Crenshaw refers to her as "the elderly harpist." In Megan's New Teacher, one of the movies playing at The Premiere is called "The Elderly Harpist."

Goofs[]

  • From the point where Josh is getting his hair done up to the point where Drake is laughing at Josh for having his underwear on the wrong way, it's daytime outside. Then, in the next scene, it's nighttime. Then in the next scene, it's daytime again. Then, when the camera shows the outside of Mindy's house, it's nighttime again. Lastly, when the cameras are in Mindy's dining room, its daytime again.
  • How did Josh not realize he put his pants on before his underpants?
  • Drake tells Josh there's smoke in Theater 7. However, Josh grabs the fire extinguisher, and runs into Theater 4.
  • When Mindy is talking to Josh about the dinner, a woman is right next to her, but in the next shot she disappears. Then in the next shot, she suddenly reappears.
  • When Josh breaks the glass cover for the fire extinguisher, the glass does not cluster as safety glass should. All fire extinguisher covers are required by law to have safety glass.
  • When Josh pulls the corndog out of his pants, Lucy is trying very hard not to laugh.
  • Drake asks Josh for 2 drinks for him and Lucy, but Josh isn't even filling the cups up with soda, he's technically giving Drake empty cups.
  • Drake and Lucy break the bedroom door and fight falling downstairs, but it's back to normal in other episodes. The door was most likely replaced.
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