|“|| Is she saving that child? Is that child Booker? |
Aaahh! Ooooh! Devon is gonna get it!
|— Raven watching the Dallas weather report.|
When Booker challenges Nia's efforts as an activist, she follows her dad to where he's reporting on a storm to prove to herself and her brother that she is indeed an activist and not a “positivist.”
- Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter
- Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Grayson
- Navia Robinson as Nia Baxter
- Issac Ryan Brown as Booker Baxter
- Jason Maybaum as Levi Grayson
- Sky Katz as Tess O'Malley
- Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter
- This episode filmed on November 16, 2018, the second episode shot with a live audience for the season.
- Devon Carter becomes the first recurring character to appear in each of the first three seasons.
- The title is likely a play on the heavy metal band, Twisted Sister, or the long-running 1994 sitcom, Sister, Sister, starring the Mowry twins.
- Idris Elba is mentioned.
- Levi is well-acquainted with Gertrude, an elderly tenant that lives in 2B of 352 Hauser Avenue.
- Fork-Knife is a parody of the real video game Fortnite. Booker describes it as "the best cooking/street fighting game ever made". The game is also mentioned in "School House Trap" and "Friday Night Tights".
- In the original script:
- After rescuing a kitten, a random blanket fell across Nia's shoulders to create the cape effect.
- A casting call was made for a male "Volunteer" whom Booker would brag about Nia to, while he chased his car down the street, but apparently, the part was not cast.
- There was no news van, as the twins were watching the weather from the alcove of a nearby building.
| The image gallery for Twister, Sister may be viewed here.
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