|Season 1, Episode 7|
|Air date||July 29, 2000|
|Written by||Marc Warren|
|Directed by||Peter Baldwin|
Foodzilla was the seventh episode of the first season of Even Stevens. It originally aired on Disney Channel on July 29, 2000.
Louis is dying to be on the TV-news magazine "Wombat Report." Louis manages to convince Ren, who is producing it, to allow him to do a serious piece profiling one of the cafeteria ladies. When the show airs live, Louis ambushes the woman and mocks them in the interview.
Ren is unable to be mad when she learns what a hit the Louis's story was. The kids at school begin calling the cafeteria lady "Foodzilla". Embarrassed, she flees the cafeteria and quits her job. Louis and Ren become overcome with guilt and decide they need to fix the situation.
- Shia LaBeouf as Louis Stevens
- Christy Carlson Romano as Ren Stevens
- Nick Spano as Donnie Stevens
- Tom Virtue as Steve Stevens
- Donna Pescow as Eileen Stevens
- Margo Harshman as Tawny Dean
- A.J. Trauth as Alan Twitty
- Alexis Lopez as Danica Henderson
- Jerry Messing as Artie Ryan
- Fred Meyers as Tom Gribalski
- Julius Ritter as Boy in Cafeteria
- Wendy Worthington as Elsa Schotz
- Eileen Stevens mentions, "I have an election to run," but she doesn't say whether it's her re-election bid as state Senator or her run for California Secretary of State which was first revelaed in the episode "Wild Child."
- Twitty refers to his band, the Alan Twitty Project, for the first time. He mentions they are looking for a bass player, to which Artie Ryan says, "I play bass!" Later, in "Battle of the Bands," Artie is a member of the group.
- Twitty is interviewed by Artie while playing basketball. This is one of the few times it's mentioned that Twitty is on the school basketball team. In almost all the other episodes, there is no mention that Twitty's a team member, he never seems to go to practice and he doesn't hang out with other team members.
|Louis in the Middle||Family Picnic|