Yes, they fight over girls, they take advantage of each other, and they even annoy one another with silly bets. But in the end, whether it's joining forces to win a talent show, or proving one's innocence, Drake and Josh always have each other's backs.
Drake bets that he can last longer without junk food than Josh can without video games. Who will win?
Drake is so excited when Megan wins a radio contest, and the prize is tickets to the Zero Gravity concert and a guitar signed by Devan Malone, the head guitarist of Zero Gravity. The best part is, Megan lets Drake have the prize! Drake is so obsessed with this guitar. When Josh accidentally sets the guitar on fire, he must come up with a way to replace it before Drake becomes insane forever. Meanwhile, Walter tries to spend quality time with Drake, but everytime Walter tries to go for it, Drake is doing something important.
Josh and Drake both get a job at the Movie Theater and work toward the coveted assistant manager position.
Drake convinces Josh that in order to become cooler he must try out for the football team.
Drake takes advantage of Josh's billiard skills by hustling local kids and swindling them out of their money.
In an attempt to woo a girl, Drake joins the school Academic Team. In order to keep his cover, he and Josh concoct a scheme whereby Drake receives the answers via walkie talkie.
When the Premiere Movie Theater plays host to an actual movie premiere, Josh must act as personal assistant to the film's high maintenance child star.
Josh is confident about when Walter chooses him to be his co-weatherman. That is, until Megan reminds Josh of his uncontrolable twitch. So Josh twitches in front of the whole world and becomes the laughing stock of San Diego. Meanwhile, Drake is determined to win the talent show for the third year in a row but finds it challenging when he rivals with an acappella group.
Walter is really excited when his two sons are getting their driver's licenses. He made a rule with his sons, if they get one traffic ticket, he'll take their license away. The problem is, Josh gets his license and Drake doesn't. So when Josh runs a stop sign and gets a ticket, Drake pays for the ticket and doesn't tell Walter. Drake uses this to his advantage and blackmails Josh into driving him to unnecessary places.
An obsessed fan is in love with Drake. She loves him so much, she says she's going to marry him and won't leave Drake a moments peace. So Drake must get this #1 fan to stop embarrassing him and ruining his life. Meanwhile, Josh becomes the new chief of the campfire kids but finds it tricky to deal with kids.
Drake is unable to break up with his inappropriately laughing girlfriend because she is the daughter of his teacher who has threatened him with summer school.
Drake & Josh are approached by two salesmen who offer them a one-time deal, Gary Grills. Drake and Josh quickly become attached to them and sell them acceptionally. But they don't realize that these Grills come with a price.
Josh befriends Drake's doppelganger, a classmate named Drew, and Drake becomes jealous, fearing that Josh is trying to replace him.
When Drake is falsely accused of playing a practical joke on one of his teachers and threatened with suspension, he and Josh plead their case before the Honor Council.