Clockwise from the center: Jessie is a Disney Channel original situation comedy , which debuted on September 30, and ended on October 16, After getting thrown out of a taxicab because she couldn't pay the fare, landing on the sidewalk of a posh New York apartment building, Jessie ends up haphazardly becoming the nanny for the Ross family.
They're a film director and his business mogul wife who have four children. Their oldest child is year old Emma Peyton R. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with Liv and Maddie , albeit partially since it's missing the leads of the other show Jessie's Aloha Holidays with Parker and Joey , making it the only series to have an unprecedented three live action crossover episodes since the Hannah Montana era later tying Hannah Montana with the massive "Monstober" crossover event.
They even crossed over into the animated Ultimate Spider-Man , teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a Halloween Episode interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed. As it currently stands, it's the most crossed-over show and the show most extensively linked to other shows on Disney Channel.
Also has two extended episodes, Jessie's Big Break and G. Jessie the latter being Season 2's finale. In May it was announced that there will be a fourth season, making it only the sixth live-action series on Disney Channel to extend past three. The show ended on October 16th, , after 98 episodes when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind Wizards of Waverly Place and third total behind Phineas and Ferb.
This series provides examples of: Jessie fears that Tony will propose to her at his family's restaurant where he invites her to meet his parents in "Trouble With Tessie", especially after she learns that the restaurant has a tradition of proposals. She finds a ring in her a soup and starts panicking and screaming "no", until Stuart clarifies that the ring is actually his for Zuri.
In "Caught Purple Handed", the kids play a prank on Jessie by painting her hand purple fully knowing that she has been picked a hand model and is starring at a kitchen utensil video. Jessie struggles hiding her painted hand from the producers including one instance where she tries to use a heavy cutting device by putting it under her armpit and the vibration of the device makes her giggle.
Conversed in a not-so-angsty manner in ''Used Karma". Emma is extremely excited about getting a new issue of " Leopard Beat " and the first thing she mentions is the special feature on bra-stuffing. She asks Jessie what the best stuffer is between tissue and socks. Jessie replies with "Neither, quilted toilet paper". From the Christmas episode: Bertram's belting a bitter butler ballad. The episode title "Creepy Connie's Curtain Call".
To a slightly lesser degree "Creepy Connie Comes-a-Callin'". To an even lesser degree but still counts: Like most Disney Channel sitcoms, enforced pretty often, even considering that the main star herself plays an adult on the show.
That said, there are also many opportunities where this trope is subverted , even by Bertram who you'd least expect it from. Kipling's hatchlings are named with stereotypical Indian names, except for the one named Scooter and the one named Slumdog. Dale Davenport, the bully at the kids' school. Very mean and tough, but requests healthy snacks for himself and his victims. Tomorrow you better bring me some carrot juice. Your body is a temple, in a mean voice don't make me knock it down!
Chesterfield is sometimes friendly with the Ross kids. Agony of the Feet: In an unusual reversed example, a little person store detective undercover as one of Santa's Helpers kicks Luke, causing him to hop on one foot.
Most of "Spaced Out" is Ravi's dream. Dale Davenport, the school bully. Petey interrupts the moment. Creepy Connie tries to force Luke to marry her in "Creepy Connie 3: In real life it's highly unlikely a wealthy family in New York would hire someone as young and inexperienced as Jessie as a full time nanny.
She might be able to get a part time job as a nanny for perhaps a middle class family. But not as a primary caregiver as Jessie is. Actually, the parents might have been desperate since the kids keep chasing away their other nannies.
Also, it's perfectly legal so long as she has a high school diploma and background check. She could technically work in a daycare in many states as well. I think the main point here is that it's what Zuri wanted and so Christina gave in to Zuri's wishes once she made sure Jessie met the minimal requirements.
Not to mention Jessie is desperately trying to make it big and she is working for a famous couple. She knows that if she does a bad job, she'll crush any chance of breaking into showbiz.
That said, Jessie seems to be doing a good job of ruining her chances on her own, but she probably dreaming of the day when one of the Ross's get a job in the industry. Which they more than likely won't do since they seem to like her as a nanny and would rather not try replace her, while Morgan Ross can easily cast someone more talented at acting than Jessie. This is a bit problematic where the armed forces are concerned. Military personnel are not supposed to be engaged in romantic relationships within the same chain of command.
A microphone is stuck somewhere inside the acoustic guitar. An acoustic guitar with a mic inside and the distortion cranked up sounds just like an electric guitar with quite a bit of distortion.
An in-universe example regarding Jessie's stage play Grenade to the Heart. Given all the Actor Allusions and Shout Outs to The Suite Life it seems like the character of Jessie period might be one for Debby Ryan herself albeit a self-depreciating one , at least to some extent. While in her first appearance, "Creepy" Connie is much more creepy than crazy, she is full blown Ax-Crazy Stalker with a Crush in her next appearance.
The episode deals with her attempting to get the role of Luke's lover in the school play. How does she do this? By taking out her competition, of course! The first girl she pushes down a flight of stairs, putting her in a full body cast, she welds a wrench to the next girl's braces, and attempts to crush the final girl with a sandbag!
Connie turns it Up to Eleven in "Creepy Connie 3: The Creepening" including hiring an actress in order to dupe Luke. In order to avoid paying said actress, Connie kidnaps her. Connie herself confirmed she's had at least one police line-up. And her uncle confirms her multiple! Jessie and Petey's improv in "Green-Eyed Monsters". It's even lampshaded by Emma. The lizard ate my homework! Jessie's "call from the president" in "Quitting Cold Koala". Kipling back to safety: Do we follow the creature with a brain the size of a walnut or Mrs.
Bertram is a very obsessive eater. He always orders junk food, is too lazy to get up or reach something because "it's too far", naps all the time and never does his job and even has a hiding place for his cheese in the fridge in "No Money No Problem". Darla, Jessie's enemy was often mentioned. She finally makes an appearance in G. In "Creepy Connie 3: Chesterfield and Nanny Agatha. Whenever Ravi ends up angrily shouting in Hindi. He also has some Hindi writing on his bedroom door.
Referenced again in G. Jessie when Jessie ends up shouting in Hindi while having a panic attack. Emma observes "she's been spending too much time with Ravi. Happens in the series finale. Chesterfield has been married six times solely for money and ditched her husbands when she was bored with them.
Most of her husbands are implied to be dead and she even seeks more rich men to marry. Emma, Zuri and Jessie. Definitely Luke, but also Emma and Jessie depending on the episode. Jessie just graduated high school before the pilot, but doesn't know the answer to a simple fraction problem that Luke had to do.
You can say that Emma puts a decent enough effort to get good grades but Bertram once commented on Luke and Emma not being the smart Ross kids. The series begins with Jessie arriving in New York, getting knocked over and meeting the kids, and ends with her leaving, seeing the kids again, which caused her to get knocked over.
This happens during Jessie's father's wedding. Ironically, the one who ends up catching it is Mrs Kibling. Jessie also catches the bouquet at Luke and Connie's fake wedding and shouts out: Better not take down those decorations on the terrace cause Jessie's gonna land herself a man! A Boy and His X: Ravi and his lizard Mrs. Emma, even if "brainless" is a bit of a stretch.