Josh is gullible, naive and a nervous wreck, but that’s balanced out with his charming optimism, kind nature and helpful attitude.Together, while they have they’re differences, Drake and Josh make an inseparable pair when it comes to wacky hijinks and doing the right thing.The season 3 episode Girl Power makes Drake pretty sexist for the sake of the premise.The episode itself is fine, but it’s a real disservice to Drake.I mean, think about it; i Carly declined in quality after the Seddie arc (yes there were lackluster episodes before, but that’s beside the point), hardly anyone brings up Zoey 101 or Victorious, and the less said about Schneider’s recent out put, the better.Sure the final seasons of All That was fun, as was The Amanda Show, but when it comes to Drake & Josh, this show has quite the cult following.
Drake can be greedy, selfish and arrogant sometimes, but every now and then he shows he has a heart and is willing to make right by Josh whenever he messes up big time.
Comedy aside, the show also has moments of heart and drama, in which the infamous laugh track is muted for a moment of sincerity.
One of the most notable examples was in the season 4 episode, Josh is Done, in which Drake has a break down in chemistry class an realizes how much he needs Josh after they had a falling out early in the episode.
Intro: Drake & Josh was a sitcom on Nickelodeon created by Dan Schneider that had 4 seasons, totaling in 57 episodes with 2 TV movies and ran from January 11, 2004 to September 16, 2007 before officially capping off with the TV movie, Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh released on December 5, 2008.
The show starred Drake Bell, Josh Peck, Miranda Cosgrove, Nancy Sullivan and Jonathan Goldstein as Drake Parker, Josh Nichols, Megan Parker, Audrey Parker Nichols and Walter Nichols, respectively.
And to save the best for last, Drake and Josh make this show (hence their names in the title).