Before there was “Raven’s Home” or “Cory in the House,” there was Disney Channel’s “That’s So Raven” and the network was never better. Today, fans celebrate the 100th and final episode of “That’s So Raven,” titled “Where There’s Smoke,” which premiered 10 years ago, on Nov. 10, 2007.

The Season 4 and series finale marked the end of Raven-Symoné’s groundbreaking and exceptional sitcom about a teenage psychic. But, what exactly happened in that last episode? Let’s break it down.

When Cory (Kyle Massey) finds out that his friend Cindy (Jordyn Colemon) is smoking, he stops her and confiscates her cigarettes. Unfortunately, he leaves them in the pocket of his shirt and then throws the shirt in the laundry basket, where his sister, Raven (Raven-Symoné), finds them.

With their dad out of the house, it’s up to Raven, with the help of her best friends Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and Eddie (Orlando Brown), to keep the house in order with the cooking and cleaning and, now, dealing with Cory, who Raven believes in smoking.

When Raven confronts Cory about the cigarette he found, he tells her that he doesn’t know anything about it. It’s true that it isn’t his, but he can’t say that it’s Cindy’s because he promised her that he wouldn’t tell anyone.

“The truth is, I have never smoked a cigarette in my life and I never will. And you’re just gonna have to believe me,” he tells Raven.

Unfortunately, she then has one of her visions, which don’t normally show her the whole picture, and sees Cory with a pack of cigarettes saying how happy he is that Raven didn’t find them. After this, she gets real worried and decides to snoop through his room — his very disgusting room.

Thats-So-Raven-series-finale Disney Channel’s “That’s So Raven” ended on Nov. 10, 2007 Photo: Disney Channel

When Cory and his friend Larry (David Henrie) enter his room while she’s still in there, she’s forced to hide under his nasty bed. She can’t see them, though, and they are using a lot of words that could be associated with smoking, but really they’re talking about video games.

Later, the duo leave and Raven’s able to snoop once again and find the cigarette pack in his desk drawer that he had taken from Cindy. The way Raven decides to handle it is by holding an intervention at her house and calls her best friends to help, as well as Cory’s friends, including Cindy.

When Cory tries to leave, The Juicer (Dan Mott) shows up to give him some tough love. “If any harm is going to come to you, Cory, it’s going to come from me,” he says.

Cindy ends up telling everyone that she’s actually the one who’s been smoking, but that she won’t be doing it anymore.

And just like that, the series ended. After four seasons, 100 episodes and almost five years, the show was over.

The interesting thing about this series finale, though, is that it was a very random episode and the storyline didn’t have much to do with anything else going on in the show at the time. Not to mention that Victor Baxter (Rondell Sheridan) wasn’t even it.

What made it even more different from most of the other episodes is that it aired months after the show’s spinoff series, “Cory in the House,” premiered.

So, while one show focused on Cory and his dad at the White House and Raven off at fashion school, this one was still focused on their lives in San Francisco. There were only three “That’s So Raven” episodes that premiered after “Cory in the House” started, including this one.

Though we now have the sequel series “Raven’s Home” and we had Cory’s spinoff, which featured Raven in an episode, it would’ve been nice to have had more of a conclusion to “That’s So Raven” and to find out more about Raven, Eddie and Chelsea’s lives and their future college lives.

Supposedly, Raven-Symoné was offered a spinoff first, which would’ve followed her and her best friends in college in a series called “That’s So Raven Too,” but she declined.

At least we’ll always have the 100 episodes of the can’t-be-beat original series, the 34 episodes of the spinoff and the (as of now) 13 episodes of the sequel.

Here’s to more “Raven’s Home” in the future to continue Raven-Symoné’s magnificent return to her throne, also known as Disney Channel.