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|Season 2, Episode 6|
|Airdate||April 25, 2004|
|Written by||Dan Schneider|
|Directed by||Roger Christiansen|
Smart Girl is the sixth episode of the second season of Drake & Josh. It aired on April 25, 2004.
Drake joins the academic team at school to impress a girl he likes who has intellectual interests. He competes in the academic bowl while Josh reluctantly feeds him info through a radio, but then Josh's radio frequency becomes interfered with a fast food joint broadcasting, causing Drake's team to lose points. Also, Josh is fed up with Megan's pranks and tries to prank her back but fails every time.
Drake: Whoa! Who is she?
Josh: Oh, she's Michelle. She's in my English class at school and she's captain of the Belleview Academic Team.
Drake: Ugh, your words bore me. But I am definitely interested in that girl.
Josh: There's no way she can fall for your little game.
Drake: Maybe I've got a little more game than you think. (takes some gummy bears)
Drake: It's for a good cause. (spills them all over the floor) Aw, look with my gummy bears all over the floor.
Michelle: Here. Let me help you with that. (helps pick up some gummy bears). Not sure you want those anymore unless you like them carpet-flavored.
Drake: Ha ha, thanks. So what movie did you see?
Michelle: "Le Petite Fromage". I love French films. What about you?
Drake: Ah, "Doggy Prom". I love dogs in tuxedos.
- The episode title is probably a spoof from the show Smart Guy.
- Audrey Parker-Nichols and Walter Nichols didn't appear in this episode.
- On Drake's date with Michelle, Michelle mentioned George Doty. George Doty IV is the producer along with Dan Schneider.
- The Academic Bowl host is portrayed by Lane Napper, who played Andy in Really Big Shrimp, Ernie in iCarly episode, "iWas a Pageant Girl" and had a recurring role as Lane Alexander in Victorious.
- Josh tells Drake if he wanted to play the GameSphere. Josh grammy bought him the GameSphere in the previous episode "The Bet".
- This is the first episode directed by Roger Christiansen.