"" is the first episode of the first season of the Disney Channel original program, Even Stevens. It was written by Ehrich Van Lowe and directed by Paul Hoen. It originally aired on June 17, 2000.


Louis trades a date with Ren to Ernie Morton for a trading card, the Roaring Drycon, unbeknownst to Ren. Meanwhile, Ren needs to find four hours of volunteer time to be designated the "Volunteer of the Month", in her quest to stay the #1 student at her school. Taking advantage of this, Louis tells Ren that Ernie is part of the "Adopt-a-Friend" program to get her to spend time with him and fulfill Louis's part of the bargain. Although Ernie doesn't get his hoped for kiss from Ren, the four hours suffice and he gives Louis the trading card. This causes Louis to feel guilty and he trades the card in and gets Ren a necklace she had previously admired. The next day at school, Ren finds out the "Adopt-a-Friend" program isn't school sanctioned and confronts Ernie who has been telling people of their "date." After school, Louis explains that he was at fault and gives Ren the necklace. Ren then apologizes to Ernie, who request and receives a hug.


  • Louis: [giving Ernie dating advice] "You get any urges to pick your nose, just say no. Alright?"

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Recurring: Alan TwittyTawny Dean • Tom Gribalski • Ruby Mendel • Monique Taylor • Nelson Minkler • Bernard "Beans" Aranguren • Larry Beale • Terry Tugnut • Conrad Wexler • Carla and Marla • Bobby Deaver • Ivan • Norman Squirelli

Season One: "" • "Stevens Genes" • "Take My Sister... Please" • "What'll Idol Do?" • "All About Yvette" • "Louis in the Middle" • "Foodzilla" • "Family Picnic" • "Scrub Day" • "Easy Way" • "Secrets and Spies" • "Deep Chocolate" • "After Hours" • "Battle of the Bands" • "Heck of a Hanukkah" • "Luscious Lou" • "Get a Job" • "Movie Madness" • "Strictly Ballroom" • "Almost Perfect" • "A Weak First Week"

Season Two: "Starstruck" • "Shutterbugged" • "Duck Soup" • "Quest for Coolness" • "Secret World of Girls" • "Broadcast Blues" • "Thin Ice" • "Head Games" • "Love and Basketball" • "Devil Mountain" • "Wild Child" • "Easy Crier" • "A Very Scary Story" • "Sadie Hawkins Day" • "Sibling Rivalry" • "Wombat Wuv" • "Uncle Chuck" • "The Thomas Gribalski Affair" • "Ren-Gate" • "Tight End in Traction" • "Influenza: The Musical" • "Gutter Queen"
Season Three: "The Kiss" • "Where in the World is Pookie Stevens?" • "My Best Friend's Girlfriend" • "Your Toast" • "Band on the Roof" • "Little Mr. Sacktown" • "Raiders of the Lost Sausage" • "Close Encounters of the Beans Kind" • "Short Story" • "Hutch Boy" • "Hardly Famous" • "The King Sloppy" • "Boy on a Rock" • "Dirty Work" • "The Big Splash" • "Beans on the Brain" • "Snow Job" • "Stevens Manor" • "Model Principal" • "Surf's Up" • "In Ren We Trust" • "Leavin' Stevens"