|Josh Is Done|
|Season 4, Episode 11|
|Air date||February 11, 2007|
|Written by||Ethan Banville|
|Directed by||Adam Weissman|
Eric Punches Drake
Josh Is Done is the eleventh episode of the fourth season of Drake & Josh.
When Drake's antics cause Josh to miss an important test, Josh vows in class attempting to attack Drake and becomes furious and decides that he is done with Drake and considers Drake nothing more than a roommate. Josh's life begins to improve, such as; passing his make-up exam and not getting a grade dropped due to his excellent effort, gets along better with Helen at work, has a good time with his friends away from Drake, and his rash is gone. Drake's life, on the other hand, begins falling apart as Josh isn't there to help him. It isn't until Drake breaks down in chemistry class following a chemical incident involving a new lab partner that the brothers realize how important their relationship with each other really is. Despite his apology, Josh still does not talk to Drake immediately after. The episode ends with the two brothers reconciling over a game of ping-pong.
- Drake Bell as Drake Parker
- Josh Peck as Josh Nichols
- Miranda Cosgrove as Megan Parker
- Alec Medlock as Craig Ramirez
- Scott Halberstadt as Eric Blonowitz
- Jerry Trainor as Crazy Steve
- Matthew J. Evans as Robbie Carmichael
- Cathy Shim as Leah
- Lauren Shiohama as Kat
- Tom Virtue as Mr. Roland
- Josh Sussman as Clayton
- Tony LaThanh as Roki
- Byron Washington and Cole Schaefer as Security Guards
- Audrey and Walter were absent in this episode.
- When Drake is being dragged out of the door by the Security Guards,
- Amanda Bynes starred in a movie called "She's the Man", and Drake and Josh normally uses real-movie gag posters with slightly altered titles as a Running Gag. Drake and Josh started on The Amanda Show, (Really Big Shrimp's ending has a clip from the show) which, of course, was hosted by Amanda Bynes. This was probably a small token of appreciation from Dan Schneider who created both shows.
- This episode is very similar to The Chicken Roaster in Seinfeld. In both of them, the characters switch places -- and personalities. In Seinfeld, Jerry and Kramer switch rooms, and a red light from across the street makes Jerry act like Kramer and vice-versa. In Drake & Josh, Josh wants nothing to do with Drake, therefore becoming calmer, happier, and losing his rash, where Drake becomes accident-prone, shouts a lot, gets pimples, and grows to realize he needs Josh way more than Josh needs him.
- Stop-and-Shop is a grocery store in the United States.
- This is the second time Josh has gotten good luck while Drake has gotten bad luck. The first time was in Mean Teacher.
- This is the highest rated episode of the series on IMDb.
- This episode is the second and final appearance of Robbie. Robbie comes in Drake & Josh's house to angrily kick Drake in the leg after Drake stealing his Sit N Bounce.
- According to this episode, movie tickets at the Premiere cost around $11 while a snack and a drink would cost around another $6 or $7.
- Tom Virtue, the actor who plays Mr. Roland, appears on Dan Schneider's other show Victorious.
- When Crazy Steve freaks out and sprays himself with a spray bottle, Josh calms him down and he sets the bottle down on its side leading him to put his head down on the Register. Throughout the scene, the bottle repeatedly goes from standing up to on its side. In that same scene, you can see a stunt double of Eric with his face blurred out when Crazy Steve flipped Eric and his chair up.
- When Drake comes inside and apologizes to Josh and shows him the sit 'n bounce, you can see all the studio lights showing on the sit 'n bounce.
- When Drake came to the movies and said he didn't need Josh's help to see it he just went in after he realized he didn't have enough money for tickets. Drake never told anyone what theater he's in or what movie he's seeing, but when Josh called security, he somehow knew.
- Drake was late to chemistry but was there in time before Mr. Roland locked the door. After Drake came in Mr. Roland locked the door but when Drake was done apologizing to Josh, Drake walked out without unlocking the door. There was no sign or anyone unlocking it.
- If you look very carefully when Drake and Josh are playing ping pong at the end, you can see the string being used to carry the ball.
- Also, during the cold opening when the boys are playing ping pong, the ball hits the court before Drake can hit it.
- Plus, when the ball hits the window, the window gets smashed before the ball could hit it.
- Despite being a plot device, a teacher is not allowed to kick a student out of class just for being tardy or late Nor can a teacher make a student take a makeup exam on a Saturday.
- Right before Kat mentions about a zit Drake had, part of the boom mic dips into the shot briefly.
- When Drake enters the classroom, Drake says "sorry it's just that Josh used to wake me up every morning" but Josh corrects him again saying "used to" but that's exactly what Drake said as Josh may not have heard him the first time.
- In the scene where Drake arrives to class before Mr. Roland locks the door, the door is closed and left closed during everyone working but when Drake has an accident with his experiment and gets put into the power shower, the door is open right behind Clayton, but when he gets out of the power shower and storms off leaving the classroom and apologizing to Josh, the door is closed again.
- Kat says Drake got a zit on his face but in the next scene where Drake is at home lying on the ping pong table looking all tired and upset, there's no pimple on him.
- It's possible he got rid of the zit when he got home.