YMMV / That's So Raven

  • Ear Worm: The theme song. Could also count as a Crowning Music of Awesome because as catchy as the song is, the theme also features the three lead actors singing it.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: One episode has a scene that is either this or Hilarious in Hindsight-Raven tries to wake Chelsea in an unintentionally suggestive manner. A boy that Raven has a crush on sees them, so she frantically tries to tell him that this is Not What It Looks Like. Raven-Symonè revealed herself as a lesbian many years later, so now this scene might come off as her feeling ashamed to make her preferences public while riding high off an acting comeback.
    • Devon and Raven's relationship becomes this; with the spinoff Raven's Home. On the show, they were the closet thing on an Official Couple, and it's revealed on the spinoff that their marriage didn't work out.
  • Harsher in Hindsight: The episode where Raven deals with racism becomes depressing when you hear Raven-Symone bluntly say in a future interview that she wouldn't hire a person with a "stereotypical black name". Ouch.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: After Raven auditions for her school's play of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, she prepares a checked miniskirt to wear if she ends up playing Dorothy.note  Years later, NBC's production of The Wiz would have their Dorothy wear a plaid miniskirt.
  • Hollywood Pudgy: Raven, particularly in the episode where she tries to be a model for her own fashion line.
  • Seasonal Rot: Season 4 for some fans, mainly due to Raven's mom, Tanya, being Put on a Bus.
  • The Scrappy: Stanley to some fans, although others may argue that he was Rescued from the Scrappy Heap after he stopped crushing on Raven at the end of Season 3.
  • They Wasted Some Perfectly Good Characters: Other psychic teenagers Raven met throughout the series (specifically, the students of Dr. Sleevemore's Psychic Institution, and Chelsea's boyfriend from season 3) never made re-appearances.
  • Tear Jerker: