Raven is the hip teen with a sassy sense of style and a psychic sense of the future who gets herself and her friends into some very cool clothes and out of some hilarious situations. When a teen magazine holds the Young Designers Contest, Raven sees her chance to fulfill a lifelong dream: modeling one of her own creations and proving that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Later, when Raven doesn't land the lead in the school play, she finds her true talent is creating outrageously cool costumes. Next, Raven and Chelsea disguise themselves as the fashionable funky Undercover Disco Divas to rescue Eddie (guest star Haylie Duff). And, in the all-new episode, no one believes Raven is "in" with the hot boys band Boyz 'N Motion, so to save face she must convince them to appear in the school's music festival. Can she keep her cool and keep the crazed fans happy?
Like a cross between Moesha
and Sabrina the Teenage Witch
, That's So Raven
centers around a typical teen... with a secret. Raven (former Cosby kid Raven-Symoné) is a high-spirited high school girl who can see the future. In the popular Disney Channel comedy, she's joined by friends Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and Eddie (Orlando Brown), parents Tonya (T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh) and Victor (Rondell Sheridan), and younger brother Corey (Kyle Massey). Drawn from the first two seasons, Supernaturally Stylish
features three episodes: "That's So Not Raven," "If I Only Had a Job," and "He's Got the Power." In the latter, Eddie develops psychic abilities after a comet passes over the city. Along the way, he gets the girl--Haylie Duff, sister of Lizzie McGuire
's Hilary--then just as promptly loses her when his powers desert him. This handy collection also includes a never-before-seen episode featuring Raven's favorite band, Boys in Motion. --Kathleen C. Fennessy