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The following is the list of episodes of Drake & Josh

Episodes[]

Season 1 (2004)[]

Episode Series Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC #
1 1 "Pilot" Virgil L. Fabian Dan Schneider January 11, 2004 101
2 2 "Dune Buggy" Virgil L. Fabian Dan Schneider January 18, 2004 106
3 3 "Believe Me, Brother" Virgil L. Fabian Dan Schneider February 1, 2004 102
4 4 "Two Idiots and a Baby" Virgil L. Fabian Steven Molaro February 8, 2004 103
5 5 "First Crush" Virgil L. Fabian Steve Holland February 15, 2004 104
6 6 "Grammy" Virgil L. Fabian Andrew Hill Newman February 22, 2004 105

Season 2 (2004)[]

Episode Series Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC #
1 7 "The Bet" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV March 14, 2004 202
2 8 "Guitar" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider March 21, 2004 201
3 9 "Movie Job" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider March 28, 2004 203
4 10 "Football" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider & Barry O'Brien April 4, 2004 205
5 11 "Pool Shark" Steve Hoefer Anthony Del Broccolo April 18, 2004 204
6 12 "Smart Girl" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider April 25, 2004 207
7 13 "Little Diva" Virgil Fabian Eric Friedman May 2, 2004 208
8 14 "Blues Brothers" Fred Savage Craig DiGregorio September 12, 2004 206
9 15 "Driver's License" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider September 12, 2004 209
10 16 "Number 1 Fan" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider September 19, 2004 211
11 17 "Mean Teacher" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV September 26, 2004 217
12 18 "The Gary Grill" Virgil Fabian Anthony Del Broccolo October 17, 2004 212
13 19 "Drew & Jerry" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider October 24, 2004 213
14 20 "Honor Council" Virgil Fabian Eric Friedman November 28, 2004 214

Season 3 (2005–06)[]

Episode Series Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC #
1 21 "The Drake & Josh Inn" Adam Weissman Jake Farrow April 2, 2005 305
2 22 "Peruvian Puff Pepper" Steve Hoefer Steve Holland April 9, 2005 301
3 23 "We're Married?" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV April 16, 2005 302
4 24 "Mindy's Back" Adam Weissman Eric Friedman April 30, 2005 303
5 25 "The Affair" Adam Weissman Anthony Del Broccolo May 21, 2005 304
6 26 "Playing the Field" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider June 4, 2005 306
7 27 "Helen's Surgery" Adam Weissman George Doty IV June 11, 2005 307
8 28 "Paging Dr. Drake" Steve Hoefer Anthony Del Broccolo October 1, 2005 309
9 29 "Foam Finger" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider October 8, 2005 308
10 30 "Girl Power" Steve Hoefer Jake Farrow October 15, 2005 311
11 31 "Sheep Thrills" Steve Hoefer Eric Friedman October 22, 2005 315
12 32 "Megan's New Teacher" Adam Weissman George Doty IV January 28, 2006 313
13 33 "Little Sibling" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider February 4, 2006 312
14 34 "Theater Thug" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider February 18, 2006 314
15 35 "The Demonator" Steve Hoefer Anthony Del Broccolo & Eric Friedman February 25, 2006 310
16 36 "Alien Invasion" Will Bardelli Steve Holland March 18, 2006 316
17 37 "Dr. Phyllis Show" Steve Hoefer Anthony Del Broccolo & Eric Friedman April 8, 2006 317

Season 4 (2006–07)[]

Episode Series Title Directed by Written by Original airdate PC #
1 38 "Josh Runs Into Oprah" Roger Christiansen Ethan Banville September 24, 2006 405
2 39 "Vicious Tiberius" Roger Christiansen George Doty IV October 1, 2006 402
3 40 "The Wedding" Steve Hoefer Matt Fleckenstein October 15, 2006 412
4 41 "Mindy Loves Josh" Adam Weissman Arthur Gradstein October 22, 2006 403
5 42 "Who's Got Game?" Adam Weissman Ethan Banville November 5, 2006 409
6 43 "The Great Doheny" Adam Weissman Matt Fleckenstein November 12, 2006 404
7 44 "I Love Sushi" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider November 26, 2006 407
8 45 "The Storm" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV January 7, 2007 411
9 46 "My Dinner with Bobo" Virgil Fabian Arthur Gradstein January 14, 2007 406
10 47 "Tree House" Roger Christiansen Dan Schneider January 21, 2007 408
11 48 "Josh Is Done" Adam Weissman Ethan Banville February 11, 2007 415
12 49 "Eric Punches Drake" Roger Christiansen Arthur Gradstein February 18, 2007 417
13 50 "Megan's Revenge" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider March 4, 2007 401
14 51 "Steered Straight" Steve Hoefer Dan Schneider March 11, 2007 414
15 52 "Megan's First Kiss" Will Bardelli George Doty IV April 7, 2007 418
16 53 "Battle of Panthatar" Josh Peck Matt Fleckenstein April 15, 2007 416
17 54-55 "Really Big Shrimp" Drake Bell (Part 1)
Steve Hoefer (Part 2)
Dan Schneider & George Doty IV August 3, 2007 419-420
18 56 "Helicopter" Virgil Fabian Dan Schneider August 5, 2007 410
19 57 "Dance Contest" Steve Hoefer George Doty IV September 16, 2007 413

Films[]

Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
Drake & Josh Go Hollywood Steve Hoefer Story by: Dan Schneider & Steven Molaro
Teleplay by: Dan Schneider
January 6, 2006
Josh decides that he needs a great adventure in his life and Drake promotes him as his band's new manager after he fired his old one for canceling three gigs in a month and having Drake perform at an old folk's home. Audrey and Walter leave to go on a 10-day cruise vacation, and Megan has made plans to go to Denver, Colorado to visit her friend Jessica. Drake and Josh mistakenly send Megan on Flight 647 to Los Angeles when she was supposed to board Flight 746 and follow her on another plane to bring her home. On the plane, Josh's G-O gets switched with someone else's. The G-O that Josh has turns out to be an electrical key for a US Treasury currency production machine, which was stolen 3 days earlier. Josh gets the attention of a producer from LA who gets Drake to perform on TV at Sunset Studios. The owners of the G-O kidnap Drake and Josh and Megan finds the kidnapper's wallet. She then goes to the place where Drake and Josh have been taken hostage and calls the police on the kidnappers. The police come and explained that the leader, Milo McRarie, is on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List. Megan then leaves to catch her flight to Denver. Drake and Josh then drive to Sunset Studios so Drake can perform his song Hollywood Girl. The producer pull some strings to get Drake an audition for Spin City Records. Two girls then go to Drake to compliment him and ask if they can hang out with him and Josh which they approved.
Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh Michael Grossman Dan Schneider & Steven Molaro December 5, 2008
Drake throws a Christmas party on the roof of the Premiere, but when a group of teens trash the place, Josh is mistaken for one of the teens and gets arrested. At night, Drake breaks into prison attempting to free Josh, after he promises to provide a little girl named Mary Alice and her foster family the 'Best Christmas Ever'. But Drake's plan failed and both were arrested and were intended to spend life in prison for multiple crimes. However, things are changed when Drake hires Josh's boss, Helen, to represent them in their case stating that she has never lost an argument, in which the judge agrees to give Drake and Josh a chance to save themselves from prison if they can stick to their promise to give the foster-family their 'Best Christmas Ever'. Meanwhile, Drake and Josh's parole officer, Perry Gilbert, does what he can to prevent Drake and Josh from keeping their promise, including tricking "Crazy" Steve into telling the foster-family about everything, causing them to feel betrayed, and so they turn to Gilbert's mother, who provides them with enough information to stop his evil ways. In the end, they all have a happy Christmas holiday after "Crazy" Steve makes snow by shredding cheese in a woodchipper and Drake and Josh do a nice thing for Gilbert that changes his Christmas spirit. The TV film was made apart from the regular series, closing all the story lines for the series.
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