Ye olde dating game
Raven predicts that a boy she likes will ask her out to the school's renaissance dance, but she has to drop major hints to even get noticed.Meanwhile, Chelsea and Eddie set up for the renaissance dance, with Chelsea as the queen, but she easily lets the power get to her head.It was produced by Jeffrey "Def Jef" Fortson and Christopher B.Pearman and was performed by Raven-Symoné, Anneliese van der Pol and Orlando Brown.The title character drew on her psychic powers, ingenuity, and talent as a fashion designer as well as a variety of disguises to get into and out of amusing adolescent and pre-adolescent situations.Reruns of episodes aired on the ABC Kids Saturday morning segment of Disney-owned ABC broadcast network in the United States until August 27, 2011, when the block was discontinued.At the end of the opening credits, Raven stands next to the title card and says, "Yep, that's me." This remained in season four, except with a new addition. " was dubbed in right before she says, "Yep, that's me." Raven-Symoné performs most of the theme, while Brown performs a rap near the end of the theme and some scattered vocals in the beginning of the theme.
That's So Raven was responsible for many firsts for Disney Channel: the series was the highest-rated series in the history of Disney Channel and the first series to garner more than three-million viewers; the third longest-running original series in Disney Channel history, the first Disney Channel series to reach 100 episodes, the first Disney Channel series to produce a spinoff (Cory in the House) and one of the first four live action original series, where the lead and most of the supporting main characters are minorities (The Famous Jett Jackson, Cory in the House, and K. (all of which has become standard on all Disney Channel comedies, though a 'filmized' appearance was given to all of the channel's videotaped sitcoms produced from 2009 onward, as the live-action Disney Channel Original Series begin being produced in high definition).The name for the main character changed several times prior to production, starting with Dawn Baxter in a show named The Future Is on Me.Names changed to Rose Baxter in a show called Absolutely Psychic but finally settling on Raven Baxter when actress Raven-Symoné won the lead part, with the show titled That's So Raven."Ye Olde Dating Game" is the tenth episode of the Disney Channel show That's So Raven and aired on March 28, 2003.It was written by Michael Feldman and directed by Matthew Diamond.