|Believe Me, Brother|
|Season 01, Episode 03|
|Air date||January 25, 2004|
|Written by||Dan Schneider|
|Directed by||Virgil L. Fabian|
Two Idiots and a Baby
Believe Me, Brother is the third episode of Drake and Josh. It aired on January 25, 2004.
Megan films sheepish shots of Drake and Josh while Susan, Drake's new girlfriend, flirts with Josh. When she keeps doing this to him, Drake becomes mad at Josh as he thinks he is trying to steal his relationship with Susan and becomes more distant to him despite Josh's true objections.
As a prank, Megan films this and puts this, along with a bunch of other embarrassing shots, into Drake's music video project, which unknowingly helps Drake and Josh by exposing Susan as she flirts with Josh.
- This is the first time in the series a girl is more interested in Josh than in Drake.
- The song Drake sings in this episode is "The Girl Next Door", an actual song by him.
- This is the first episode where Drake actually has a steady girlfriend.
- The beginning scene in the garage must have occured before school, because after the credits the scene starts with them at school and Susan notices purple paint (from Megan's prank) on his neck.
- Josh holds the skateboard over his chest, despite there being no "private areas" there.
- When Drake and Josh's parents turn on the TV to the Animal Channel, you can hear a horse neighing. In an episode of iCarly, there is a joke concerning horses mating.
- This episode features the last mention of the Miss Nancy advice column.
- In this episode, Drake laughs at the idea of a girl being interested in Josh, yet helps him get a girl in First Crush.
- When Josh says "that way" while he's trying to get Susan to leave, he's actually pointing at the door.
- Ashley Eckstein guest starred as Susan.