Cory In The House

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  • TV-G
  • 2007
  • 2 Seasons
  • 5.0  (7,172)

Cory in the House was an American television series created by Dennis Rinsler and Marc Warren. It premiered on the Disney Channel on January 12, 2007, and ran for two seasons until September 12, 2008. The show was a spin-off of the popular Disney Channel series, That's So Raven, and centered around the character of Cory Baxter, played by Kyle Massey.

Cory is Raven Baxter's younger brother and moves to Washington, D.C. with his father Victor, played by Rondell Sheridan, after Victor gets a job as the personal chef for the President of the United States. Cory is eager to adjust to his new life in the White House, but he soon learns that living in such close quarters with the President's family and their staff is not as easy as he thought it would be.

Cory enlists the help of his new friend, Newt Livingston III, played by Jason Dolley, and together they get into all kinds of hilarious misadventures. Newt is a fellow classmate at the private school that Cory attends, and the two quickly become inseparable. They are often joined by the President's daughter, Sophie Martinez, played by Madison Pettis, who becomes another close friend to Cory.

One of the running plotlines in the show is Cory's dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur. He uses the White House as a testing ground for his various business ventures, and in true Cory fashion, he often finds himself in over his head. Cory's schemes are usually flawed from the outset, but he always manages to come up with a creative solution to save the day.

The show also explores the relationship between Cory and his father, Victor. They have a close bond, but they often butt heads over differences in their personalities. Victor is calm, collected, and responsible, while Cory is impulsive and always looking for the next big thing. Despite their differences, they love and support each other, and Victor is always there to offer his son guidance and wisdom.

In addition to the main cast, the show features a talented supporting cast, including Maiara Walsh as Meena Paroom, another one of Cory's classmates who becomes his love interest, and Jake Thomas as Jason Stickler, the White House Secret Service agent assigned to watch over Cory and his friends. Bailee Madison, who was just eight years old when she appeared on the show, played Cory's younger sister, Sophie. Kate Micucci, Rico Rodriguez, Alexandra Krosney, Christa B. Allen, Josie Loren, Samantha Droke, Shalim Ortiz, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Kiernan Shipka, Stephen Lunsford, Tanya Chisholm, Lisa Arch, and Karen Maruyama all made guest appearances throughout the show's run.

Overall, Cory in the House was a fun, lighthearted show that appealed to a wide audience. It had a great cast of characters, witty writing, and an infectious spirit that made it easy to fall in love with. While it may not have had the same level of success as its predecessor, That's So Raven, it still managed to carve out a special place in the hearts of viewers and remains a beloved part of Disney Channel's history.

Cory In The House is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (35 episodes). The series first aired on January 12, 2007.

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Peace, Love and Misunderstanding
14. Peace, Love and Misunderstanding
August 30, 2008
A girl that Cory's interested in turns out to be the daughter of another ambassador from a country that's a sworn enemy of Meena's native Bahavia. Somehow, the President gets involved, and a laugh over Cory's backside factors prominently into the outcome. Meanwhile, Sophie tries to play practical jokes, but isn't very good at it.
Mad Songs Pay So Much
13. Mad Songs Pay So Much
September 12, 2008
After breaking up with Craig, Meena writes an angry song and DC3 gets a chance for their song to be in a movie, but Meena can't get angry enough to finish writing the song. Sophie, Tanisha and Haley stay up late to watch a movie instead of doing their book report.
Trust Worthy
12. Trust Worthy
August 30, 2008
Cory befriends a new student not realizing at first that she is from a country that Meena's country has had a feud with for years. The two girls refuse to get along, so Cory enlists the help of President Martinez to make peace between the two of them. Meanwhile, Sophie tries with little success to play practical jokes on people.
Sittin' Pretty
11. Sittin' Pretty
July 12, 2008
When Candy begins spending more time with a new Mexican student, Cory learns lucha libre, a form of Mexican wrestling in hopes of winning her back. Meanwhile, Sophie and her friends start a musical group, but it doesn't take long for egos to get in the way.
Macho Libre
10. Macho Libre
July 5, 2008
Sophie tries to undermine Candy and Cory's relationship as a protest of Candy's strict rules when she and Cory are left to babysit Sophie.
Model Behavior
9. Model Behavior
June 14, 2008
In hopes of landing a photo shoot with five supermodels in Hawaii, Cory and Newt attend a fashion academy to learn how to become models. Also, Sophie's embarrassment over her father's dance skills has her wishing he doesn't attend the father-daughter dance at school.
Making the Braid
8. Making the Braid
May 31, 2008
Cory discovers Newt has a talent for braiding hair as he decides to invest money in a salon. Also, Sasha and Tanisha are not dressed appropriately for the birthday party they are attending.
Uninvited Pest
7. Uninvited Pest
April 19, 2008
Cory's chances of winning an important award are put in danger when someone steals his important presentation.
We Don't Have Chemistry
6. We Don't Have Chemistry
March 15, 2008
The only way Cory can get Stickler to agree to tutor him in chemistry is to agree to act in a skit with him. Meanwhile, Sophie launches a campaign to run for class president.
Who Let the Dolls Out?
5. Who Let the Dolls Out?
February 17, 2008
Cory makes Sophie mad when he tries to sell a Sophie doll that makes her sound like a spoiled brat. When he won't agree to stop making the dolls, Sophie decides to teach him a lesson to get what she wants. Meanwhile, Meena notices Newt acting strangely and decides to try to find out what he's up to, which may end up actually being stranger than she imagined...
Lip Service
4. Lip Service
January 19, 2008
Cory gets frustrated after Newt ruins their date with the Ashleys when he learns that Newt refuses to kiss a girl because he made a promise to a girl at camp when he was eight that he wouldn't kiss anyone else until they had kissed. Now Newt's afraid that if he does break the promise, he won't know how to kiss a girl because he never has. So Cory decides to open a kissing booth at the school carnival to let Newt get some practice and solve their problem at the same. Meanwhile, Victor and Sophie's competition over who can win the most games ends up showing off Victor's sore winner side.
Monster's Ball
3. Monster's Ball
December 8, 2007
After learning that her coming-of-age party will be televised, Meena gets a little bit too carried away when she realizes that pouting will get her what she wants and starts to throw temper-tantrums to get her way. But when Meena gets Cory, Newt, and even her own father kicked out of the party, they have to figure out a way to save her before she makes a complete fool out of herself on TV. Meanwhile, President Martinez, Victor, and Samantha try to find a way to break it to Sophie that her cooking isn't the best.
Through the Roof
2. Through the Roof
December 1, 2007
When Alexander tells DC3 that they have to write a new song by sundown or be fired from performing at The Liberry, Cory and Newt get left to do the job themselves because Meena has agreed to teach Sophie's Sunshine Girls group first aid tips. But, when Cory and Newt end up in an argument, it seems like they might not finish the song after all.
The Presidential Seal
1. The Presidential Seal
November 17, 2007
After sneaking his date into the Oval Office, Cory accidentally spills ink on the carpet over the Presidential Seal and has to find a way to clean it up before the President finds out.
Where to Watch Cory In The House
Cory In The House is available for streaming on the Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Cory In The House on demand at Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 12, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    5.0  (7,172)