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Josh's first assignment in his creative writing program is to write a typed report/paper about his greatest adventure. Meanwhile Drake and Josh's parents leave to go on a ten-day cruise, leaving Drake and Josh in charge. But when Drake and Josh accidentally reverse the flight number, sending her to Los Angeles International Airport (flight 647) instead of Denver. Her brothers find out the mistake and follow her on another plane. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, Megan uses her parents' credit card to order a limousine to take her to an expensive hotel and book a presidential suite. Before finding out, however, the brothers wait to see Megan's plane take off. When the brothers arrive in Los Angeles, they go out to find their sister and get her to Denver. At this moment, several criminals enter the suite and attempt to take the G-O. It's up to Drake and Josh to foil the bad guys, and get to the TRL studio in time. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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They have to get free, foil the bad guys, and get to the TRL studio in time


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Trivia

Josh sliding the laptop, under the closed toilet where the MTV director was talking on the phone, is the same idea when Danny Partridge slid a tape recorder to get Reuben Kincaid's attention. See more »

Goofs

When Drake and Josh take Megan to the airport, they are seen leading her onto the plane in the terminal. However, they wouldn't be able to get past security if they didn't have tickets for the flight, which they have to buy later on after they are in the terminal. See more »

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Josh Nichols: T-R-L! Baby!
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Followed by Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh (2008) See more »

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Highway to Nowhere
Written by Drake Bell, Scott Bennett, and Morton Shallman
Performed by Drake Bell
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Nice faultless script gone through wonderful direction and worth waiting for
7 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is quite good and it does not have the cheesiness that the show has even though it is good but the movie did a better job that's for sure this is truly the type of classic show that a movie should be made out of the show it's funny mostly an enjoyable adventurous movie it has lots of good qualities and the story by Dan Schneider and Stephen Molaro is quite creatively decided which helped the movie a lot of scenes have a lot of fun packed in them and it might have been a good movie also if it came out in the theatres it would be big or just get one-sided opinions it is that type of movie but i loved it and the characters (Drake Bell and Josh Peck) delivered a hilarious but engaging perforamnce that will be loved by fans great film with a cast unique to TV


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