Jessie

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Friday 6:00 PM on Disney Channel Premiered Sep 30, 2011 In Season

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Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 7/11/2014

Season 3 : Episode 17

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AIRS ON 7/25/2014

Season 3 : Episode 18

Show Summary

Jessie (Age 18) moves from her home in Texas to the Big Apple to follow her dreams and literally is thrown into a job as a nanny for four children, Emma, the only biological Ross child, Luke, who likes to cause mischief and hits on Jessie, Ravi, the newest addition to the family (along with his Asian Water Monitor, Mr. Kipling) and Zuri, The Youngest Ross child who brings home imaginary friends.

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Fan Reviews (113)

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  • I Like It

    10
    I'm too lazy to write a review
  • LAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1.0
    Umm they just ripped of the Nanny just liike Glc ripped of full house but hey at least Glc was good and semi orginal
  • Who approved this

    4.0
    One thing I noticed about this show , is the writers always have these children as spoiled brats who give the nanny a hard time but are never the issue . Other charectors are always on the wrong and the 4 children are never to be blamed .

    The writers try really hard to make the kids " nice " but also stuck up and rich kids . Each child is a stereotype . And the adult charectors are poor too.moreless
  • Not bad, Disney Channel

    8.0
    Nuff said
  • Awful show

    1.5
    I am redoing this review.



    How do people even watch this? Its basically about a nanny named Jessie watching over 4 spoiled brats. Yet this is one of the better shows on Disney. It stereotypes, is stupid, is unrealistic, and a rip off of The Nanny. 3 of the kids are adopted, and Emma is their only real kid. What's the point of adopting 3 kids if you only see them 10 times a year anyway?





    Characters



    Jessie- A stereotype of Texans first of all. I am from Texas and I know it isn't made up of military bases like it is portrayed. All she does in the show is mess up, then try to keep her job. That is way overused. Most of the jokes that she says refer to a bad experience with her family, herself, or someone else she knows.



    Zuri- A stereotypical African American girl who is way too sassy. She is a selfish brat who expects to get everything she wants. What a great example for kids.



    Luke- He tries to be cool and popular everywhere, and also is a complete idiot. He wants Jessie to be his future wife (yeah, right) and he hits on Jessie way too much. He treats his siblings like they don't exist (especially Ravi).



    Ravi- A stereotype of an Indian kid. I have Indian friends, and they act nothing like him. "In India, we sleep on beds of nails, and walk on hot coals". I doubt people from India actually do that. He also has a lizard named Mrs. Kipling. Isn't that lizard venomous? Shouldn't he have been hurt by now?



    Emma- Probably the worst character. She is a selfish diva who cares only about fashion and boys. She would pick fashion and fame over family, what a great example to be teaching kids. She is the stereotype of a dumb blonde, which can be untrue since I have friends who are blonde.



    Bertram- A fat lazy butler who naps 20 hours a day and does nothing to help the penthouse except trade insults with the kids. The kids treat him like crap, and even Bertram doesn't deserve that. The "It's so far" joke is way overused, come on! He should be fired by now!





    There are also some episodes where Creepy Connie stalks Luke and shoots him with a tranquilizer dart. You could get arrested for that. So that teaches kids to stalk your crush, and you don't get in trouble. That's sad.



    I give this a 1.5 because it's not nearly as bad as some of the other shows on Disney, like ANT Farm or Dog with a Blog. I give them credit for that.



    Also @starbuckslist, I am from Texas, so I know how Texas is like and I know we act nothing like Jessie does. Texas is not made up of military bases, it is just like any other state.



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