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Jessie is an American sitcom which premiered on September 30, 2011 on Disney Channel. The series was created and executive produced by Pamela Eells O'Connell and stars Debby Ryan as Jessie Prescott, a small town Texas girl who moves to New York City to try to become an actress but instead she becomes a nanny to a high profile couple's four children played by Peyton List, Cameron Boyce, Karan Brar, and Skai Jackson. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
The Ross kids become concerned that history is repeating itself after a scary old doorman tells them a building legend about a nanny who did "something terrible" to the kids in her care on Halloween. Meanwhile, Jessie and Tony work together to crash an exclusive Halloween party so Jessie can give her short story to a famous magazine editor.
Jessie joins a comedy improv class and Tony goes to embarrassing lengths to prove his love for Jessie. Meanwhile, Ravi recruits Zuri to help him babysit Mrs. Kipling's baby lizards.
Emma's first day of high school starts off rough, with a clash over an art class assignment with tough transfer student Rosie. But the two soon become best friends when they realize they have a lot more in common than they thought. Meanwhile, Jessie accidentally puts Kenny the Koala in Luke's backpack, embarrassing him in front of all the kids. Also, Jessie struggles with Zuri after she repeatedly refuses to do her homework.
When Ravi realizes he can't possibly take care of Ms. Kipling and 12 baby lizards, he decides he wants to find good parents to adopt them. After a slew of misunderstandings, Jessie and the kids are convinced that Ms. Chesterfield hired someone to adopt the lizards so that she can turn them into purses and belts.
Emma is excited that her mom is planning a fashion show to showcase her new teen fashion line. However, once Emma sees the terrible designs, she becomes conflicted about whether she should give an honest review on her anonymous fashion blog. Ravi and Luke get picked to model in their mom's fashion show and they are thrilled because they want to impress teen model Diamond Bloodworth. Meanwhile, Zuri learns how to ride a bike.
Austin, Ally, Trish and Dez travel to Times Square where Austin is booked to perform on New Year's Eve. When they can't get through New York City's crowded streets, Jessie comes up with a plan to get them to the stage and to ultimately have Austin record one of her songs. Three songs are performed in the hour-long episode: "Face to Face," a duet by Austin and Jessie, and "Christmas Soul" and "Can You Feel It" by Austin.
Jessie is worried Tony is planning on proposing to her after he invites her out for a special evening to meet his parents, so she drags Zuri and her new friend Stuart to the dinner to keep him from doing anything romantic. Meanwhile, a feud begins between Bertram/Emma and Luke/Ravi after they can't agree on who can watch their favorite TV shows on the screening room's big screen.
Jessie offers to introduce the kids to NBA All-Star Chris Bosh, who's in town to play one of Luke's favorite local basketball teams at the park. Determined to make sure his beloved team wins the game, Luke takes Bosh's lucky socks, which the superstar hasn't washed since the 10th grade. Meanwhile, a famous designer sends Emma a dress to review on her fashion vlog. However, things get complicated when Jessie accidentally damages the dress.
Zuri is having problems with a teacher (Cheri Oteri) at school, so, Jessie decides to volunteer in her classroom so she can assess the situation. Meanwhile, after Ravi finds out Mr. Kipling is in fact Mrs. Kipling, he struggles with his feelings over having a girl best friend.
Jessie gets her big break as a stunt double to popular Australian actress Shaylee Michaels and the two become fast friends. But chaos ensues when the movie's director and Shaylee's boyfriend, MCD, asks Jessie out on a date. Meanwhile, Emma helps sneak Zuri's pet zebra into the penthouse.
Jessie is in charge of a carnival to help raise funds for the school. In an attempt to help bring in more money, Luke decides to show Jessie some dance moves but ends up injuring his knee. While everyone is out enjoying the carnival, Luke is home alone and bored, so he uses binoculars to spy on the carnival from a terrace and becomes concerned when he witnesses a suspicious act.
Zuri must find a way to get back a cherished toy that Jessie passed on to her after she trades it to a toy collector. Meanwhile, Luke and Emma work together to teach Bertram Salsa dancing so he can compete in a dance contest to win his crush's heart.
Jessie gets her first big acting part in a Shakespeare production in the park -- however, she ends up switching personalities with Zuri, who must now pull off Jessie's performance without ruining it for her.
Jessie decides to write Tony a song for their first anniversary. However, when she thinks Tony forgot their special day, she ends up writing an angry song that ends up going viral on Emma's vlog. Meanwhile, Ravi is miserable over his many gym class failures, so Luke decides to help him build his self-esteem by letting Ravi finally win at something.
Emma is upset when her friends stand her up for the new girl in school. Meanwhile, Luke has Ravi help him with his project about India for their school's multicultural night.
When Jessie discovers Zuri is a chess prodigy, she encourages her to compete in a renowned chess competition. Meanwhile, Luke and Emma suspect Bertram was a jewel thief before becoming a butler.
Jessie offers to help Zuri earn Butterfly Scout troop badges during a Central Park camping trip. Meanwhile, Luke convinces Ravi that lying is a super power.
When Zuri loses interest in bunnysitting her class pet, Jessie steps in, only to lose the rabbit. Meanwhile, Emma has a crush on a school jock, and enlists Luke's help to learn more about sports.
When Jessie grounds Emma from going to the school dance, Emma must sneak out to warn Luke that his new crush is going to dump him. Meanwhile, Zuri and Ravi set up booby-traps to thwart a burglar.
Luke decides that it's time to cut the strings with his stuffed koala Kenny, so he gives him to Jessie, who accidentally damages him. Meanwhile, to Zuri's horror, Jessie offers to watch Stuart overnight while his parents are out of town and he drives everyone crazy.
Everyone gets trapped in the penthouse panic room after Stuart changes the pass code to get alone time with Zuri. Meanwhile, Bertram and Emma help Jessie with an upcoming audition.
Jessie invites Bertram's mom to visit as a surprise for his birthday. However, unbeknownst to Jessie, Bertram and his mom do not get along. Meanwhile, Ravi and Luke compete in a school egg-drop competition.
Future Jessie appears from an elevator time machine to warn present Jessie to run for her life. She tells Jessie that when Ravi grows up, he invents a robot version of Bertram that evolves into an army which tries to destroy Jessie and take over the world.
Emma and Bryn's friendship is put to the test when they co-anchor their school's morning announcements. Meanwhile, after Jessie figures out that Zuri has been reading her diary, she and Bertram trick Zuri into thinking she's an alien.
Jessie and Tony's relationship is put to the test when Ted, Jessie's old boyfriend, pays a visit and Tony trains a beautiful family friend to be the new doorwoman. Meanwhile, in an effort to lower Bertram's stress and help get him into shape, Ravi and Luke compete to see who can whip him into shape the fastest.
Jessie returns to Texas with the Ross kids in tow excited to show them the military base where she was raised and introduce them to her father - only to learn the surprising news that her dad is engaged to be married to Col. Beverly Shannon, the mother of her high school rival.
Kevin Chamberlin(Bertram Winkle)
Skai Jackson(Zuri Ross)
Debby Ryan(Jessie Prescott)
Peyton Roi List(Emma Ross)
Cameron Boyce(Luke Ross)
Karan Brar(Ravi Ross)
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