|Season 2, Episode 2|
|Air date||March 21, 2004|
|Written by||Dan Schneider|
|Directed by||Virgil Fabian|
Guitar is the second episode of the second season of Drake & Josh. It aired on March 21, 2004.
Drake has a "party" to try and win tickets to see his favorite band, Zero Gravity. The 9th caller would win. Megan is the 9th caller but Drake persuades her to give him the phone. So Drake wins tickets to his favorite band's concert, Zero Gravity, and he also gets an autographed Cherry Red Fender Stratocaster signed by the lead guitarist, Devin Malone. Josh plugs it into Drake's bad amplifier to show Megan how an electric guitar works, and the guitar explodes.
Josh tries to buy a new one and get it autographed before Drake finds out. Meanwhile, Walter struggles to bond with Drake. Then, Drake finds Josh backstage while Devin Malone signs the guitar. Drake found out about the whole thing, so he wasn't mad. Then, Josh slammed the guitar case closed which jammed Devin's fingers, which meant Devin couldn't perform that night. So, Drake performs on stage instead of Devin Malone.
The manager for Devin Malone comes to Drake and Josh's house, and he gave Drake money for performing. Drake then gives the money to Josh for thanking him for buying a new guitar. Josh had enough for his tanning bed, and possibly a decent haircut.
- Guitar World is clearly a parody of Guitar Center.
- Mark Matkevich guest starred in this episode as Devin Malone.
- The phone voice is none other than Dan Schneider's voice.
- When Josh starts looking for the lock in the dresser drawers, he moves the fully open door by hitting it with his arm, which leaves it ajar. Though, right before Drake enters, you can see its in it's original, fully open position.
- It is a little strange that Josh did not instantly know the name of the eighth planet, as he is generally very knowledgeable.
- If you count, it took 15 seconds for them to answer the question, not 10.
- Devin Malone asks Josh for a pen to sign the Stratocaster. Even though it isn't possible, but to use a permenant marker to write on the guitar.