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Jessie Goes to Hollywood
When Mom comes home, Jessie heads to L.A. for a role in a movie. But when the kids realize that they still need her, they follow her to Hollywood!

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The Fear in Our Stars
Jessie has to relearn all the "special skills" she listed on her resume for a commercial. Meanwhile, Ravi convinces Luke that a meteor is headed towards Earth!

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The Ghostess With The Mostest
Stuart goes trick-or-treating with the Ross kids and scares them with a story about a ghost who is haunting them.

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Katch Kipling
When Mrs. Kipling reaches celebrity status, Ravi becomes jealous. Meanwhile, Bertram preps Emma for an audition; and Zuri seeks her independence.

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Identity Thieves
Ravi and Emma believe their identities have been ripped off when Luke becomes the brain of the family and Zuri the trendy fashionista.

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Someone Has Tou-pay
Bertram buys a new toupee for his band's big performance, but it goes missing, forcing Jessie to interrogate each of the kids.

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Dance, Dance, Resolution
It's time for the school dance, and the Ross family will do anything to score dates. Meanwhile, Jessie helps Bertram prepare for his first solo at the Metropolitan Opera.

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Rossed at Sea Part 3
With the kids constantly fighting on board the yacht, Jessie ends their vacation. The next morning, they find the yacht floating in the middle of the sea with no captain or crew.

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Rossed at Sea Part 2
Jessie wears a necklace that brings bad luck in love.

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Rossed at Sea, Part 1
During their family vacation, the Ross family discovers a girl stranded in the middle of the ocean.

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Bye Bye Bertie
Bertram is fed up. So he quits and decides to work for Mrs. Chesterfield. Meanwhile, the Ross family hires a new butler, Roger, who takes his job very seriously.

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Driving Miss Crazy
Emma wants her license, so Jessie takes her out to teach her the basics of driving. Meanwhile, Ravi and Luke accidentally break one of Zuri's games.

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What a Steal
Jessie takes Ravi to a MENSA meeting in the park to help him make friends.

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Capture the Nag
The kids are snowed in and play capture the flag.

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Basket Case
Jessie is forced to partner with Hudson on a school project. Ravi wants to join Luke's pick-up basketball team, luckily Chris Paul is in town to help.

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Karate Kid-tastrophe
Jessie enters unknown territory when Emma gets into trouble at school. Meanwhile, Luke assumes the role of Sensei to train Zuri for her upcoming karate belt test.

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Moby and SCOBY
Jessie starts college classes again and ironically has a class with Ravi. Meanwhile, Zuri brings home a baby giraffe from Africa.

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Four Broke Kids
The Ross family discovers their parents are in financial ruin and now they must learn to live without it.

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A Close Shave
Jessie's stepsister Darla comes to visit. Meanwhile, when Luke shaves for the first time, Bertram tries to help.

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But Africa Is So... Fari
In the sixth season premiere, the Ross kids think Jessie is going to Africa to get back together with her ex-fiance, Brooks.

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"Jessie" is a popular American sitcom that aired on Disney Channel from September 30, 2011, to October 16, 2015. Carrying a vibrant, wholesome, fun atmosphere, the show is created by Pamela Eells O'Connell and produced by It's a Laugh Productions. The eponymous lead character, Jessie Prescott, played by Debby Ryan, is a small-town girl from rural Texas. Throwing caution to the wind, she moves to the bustling city of New York to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. However, life takes an unexpected turn when she gets a job as a nanny for a wealthy family in a luxury apartment building. This comedy-drama unfolds in Manhattan's Upper West Side, weaving stories around a high-profile mix of four children from the Ross family. There's the teenage beauty and fashion lover, Emma (played by Peyton List), the devious yet lovable Luke (portrayed by Cameron Boyce), the wise-beyond-his-years Ravi (played by Karan Brar), and the young, sharp-tongued Zuri (brought to life by Skai Jackson). With the addition of Bertram Winkle, the lazy, sarcastic butler of the Ross family, played by Kevin Chamberlin, and Mrs. Chesterfield, the snobbish and arrogant lady from the building's penthouse, played by Carolyn Hennesy, the show is packed with a varied, eccentric, and charismatic cast. Among guest stars who bring more colors to the screen, we find Sierra McCormick, Maia Mitchell, Christina Moore, Ross Lynch, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Stephanie Beatriz, Bridgit Mendler, Raini Rodriguez, and many others. Their contributions add to the richness of the plotline and keep the audience hooked for more. "Jessie" is a show that is primarily about navigating growing pains and adjusting to different cultural backgrounds. It's brimming with much-needed messages for its young audience about acceptance, understanding, and empathy. Jessie’s role serves as the caring, sometimes bumbling, but ultimately positive guiding presence in the children's lives. She balances between acting as a parental figure and a friend, providing guidance to the children as they navigate their privileged but often complicating world. However, comedy is never far behind on "Jessie". The children's mischievous adventures, Bertram's snide comments, and the family's pet, a seven-foot Asian Water Monitor lizard called Mr. Kipling, keep the laughter coming. Yet, the humor doesn't distract from various lessons about resolving conflicts, responsible behavior, and understanding consequences. Furthermore, the show does not shy away from educational undertones. Viewers are subtly introduced to aspects about adoption, multicultural households, and appreciating one's heritage and roots. Much of this comes from the diverse backgrounds of the Ross children – with Emma being the only biological child and the others being adopted from Uganda, India, and Detroit respectively. The series beautifully captures the essence of living in a metropolitan city, while the high-rise penthouses provide a charming backdrop to the comic and life-altering events in the children’s lives. From bustling streets and urban chaos to jazzy penthouses with beautiful skyline views, the audience gets a taste of New York City's breathtaking charm. "Jessie" is a light-hearted, amusing, and delightful comedy-drama, peppered with moments of emotional substance and simple life lessons, making it a perfect viewing choice for the younger audience and their families. It offers the right blend of comedy, adventure, and wholesome content that Disney Channel is known for, carefully wrapping value-learning and messages about family and love in the relatable content for its young fans.

Jessie is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 6 seasons with a total of 104 episodes, the show debuted on 2011. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.1.

Debby Ryan, Peyton List, Cameron Boyce
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