History Series / Jessie

11th Feb '16 11:07:45 AM amphiboly
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* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: Madeline in episode "What A Steal".
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* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: Madeline in episode "What A Steal". She's only ten years old and already her criminal behavior proves she's had [[DarkerAndEdgier a history of extremely bad influences]].
11th Feb '16 11:03:12 AM amphiboly
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* NothingPersonal: Madeline tries to pull this in "What A Steal" in claiming her motive for stealing from the Ross'. Of course, [[BlatantLies nobody believes it]], especially while she's barking orders at her older brother, her accomplice.
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* NothingPersonal: Madeline tries to pull this in "What A Steal" in claiming her motive for stealing from the Ross'. Of course, [[BlatantLies nobody believes it]], especially while she's barking orders at her accomplice that happens to be her older brother, her accomplice.brother. See [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior Troubling Unchildlike Behavior]] below.
11th Feb '16 11:00:27 AM amphiboly
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* NothingPersonal: Madeline tries to pull this in "What A Steal" in claiming her motive for stealing from the Ross'. Of course, [[BlatantLies nobody believes it]], especially while she's barking orders at her older brother, her accomplice.
27th Jan '16 4:45:10 AM thelelfamily
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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 ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (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.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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 ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (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.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''). ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' and third total behind ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'').
27th Jan '16 4:43:41 AM thelelfamily
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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.episodes since the ''Hannah Montana'' era (later tying ''Hannah Montana'' with the massive "Monstober" crossover event). They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (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.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
26th Jan '16 3:18:55 PM Nicolas-1223
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** A slight one, but in a season 4 ep ''Karate Kid-tastrophe'', Mr Moseby from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' shows up apparently the manager of the apartment building Jesse stays in. He even lampshade in a phone call to Cody that Jessie looks oddly like Bailey (From ''On Deck'', of whom Debby Ryan played the role).
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** A slight one, but in a season 4 ep episode ''Karate Kid-tastrophe'', Mr Mr. Moseby from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' shows up up, apparently the manager of the apartment building Jesse Jessie stays in. He even lampshade lampshades in a phone call to Cody that Jessie looks oddly like Bailey (From ''On Deck'', of whom Debby Ryan played the role).
9th Jan '16 10:48:52 PM stuffedninja
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'''Jessie''' is a Creator/DisneyChannel [[KidCom original situation comedy]], which debuted on September 30, 2011. The series stars Creator/DebbyRyan as the title character Jessie Prescott, an 18-year old who moves from Fort Hood, Texas to New York City and ends up haphazardly (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) becoming the nanny for the Ross family, a film director and his business mogul wife who have four children: the oldest and the only biological child 13-year old Emma (Creator/PeytonRList) and three adopted children: 12-year old Luke (Cameron Boyce), 10-year old Ravi (Karan Brar) and 7-year old Zuri (Skai Jackson). The butler Bertram Winkle (Kevin Chamberlin) and the [[LoveInterest doorman Tony Ciccolini]] (Chris Galya) help her from time to time.
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'''Jessie''' is a Creator/DisneyChannel [[KidCom original situation comedy]], which debuted on September 30, 2011.2011 and ended on October 16, 2015. The series stars Creator/DebbyRyan as the title character Jessie Prescott, an 18-year old who moves from Fort Hood, Texas to New York City and ends up haphazardly (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) becoming the nanny for the Ross family, a film director and his business mogul wife who have four children: the oldest and the only biological child 13-year old Emma (Creator/PeytonRList) and three adopted children: 12-year old Luke (Cameron Boyce), 10-year old Ravi (Karan Brar) and 7-year old Zuri (Skai Jackson). The butler Bertram Winkle (Kevin Chamberlin) and the [[LoveInterest doorman Tony Ciccolini]] (Chris Galya) help her from time to time.
31st Dec '15 2:46:18 PM thelelfamily
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''). ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
31st Dec '15 2:45:57 PM thelelfamily
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding).
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding). coding - making it the second-longest live-action show in network history behind ''series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'').
31st Dec '15 2:44:36 PM thelelfamily
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes.
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It is extensively linked to the Main/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse through two massive {{Crossover}} Episodes with ''AustinAndAlly'' (''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Austin & JESSIE & Ally: All Star New Year]]'' aired December 2012) and with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' (''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas'' airing November 2013) - it became the first show with two major crossover episodes since ''HannahMontana''. There was also a Christmas-themed crossover episode with ''Series/LivAndMaddie'', 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. They even crossed over into the animated ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', teaming up with the Wall Crawler against Morgan le Fey for a HalloweenEpisode (interestingly enough all the crossovers so far have been holiday-themed, with all the live action crossovers being specifically Christmas-themed). Also has two extended episodes, ''Jessie's Big Break'' and ''G.I. Jessie'' (the latter being Season 2's finale). In May 2014 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. In 2015, it was announced that the fourth season would be the last and that Emma, Ravi & Zuri would get their own spinoff series ''Series/{{Bunkd}}'', which premiered July 31, 2015 after the [[Creator/DisneyChannel DCOM]] ''Descendants'' (running concurrently with ''Jessie'' for about half a year). The reason Luke isn't joining them is because Cameron Boyce was given his own unrelated show on ''Creator/DisneyXD'', ''Series/GamersGuideToPrettyMuchEverything''. The show ended on October 16th, 2015, after 98 episodes. episodes (101 when counting one-hour episodes as two as per production coding).
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