History YMMV / Jessie

30th Oct '16 9:59:13 AM RossSmackle
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* BestKnownForTheFanservice: A lot of people who are only vaguely aware of the show know it as "that Disney Channel show with the really pretty redhead in it."

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* BestKnownForTheFanservice: A lot of people who are only vaguely aware of the show know it as "that Disney Channel show with the really pretty redhead in it." It's also really telling that in the following examples the fandom specifically refers to them by the ''actors'' as opposed to the characters they play:
30th Oct '16 9:56:06 AM RossSmackle
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*** The finale confirms it is the former.

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*** The finale confirms it is the former.former, and it's even worked into the premise of the spin-off ''Bunk'd''.
28th Aug '16 11:45:00 AM nombretomado
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* BaseBreaker: Is Zuri cute or annoying?
** The same can be said about Ravi. His "relationship" with Mrs. Kipling is pretty annoying as is the way he treated her young. At least Zuri and Ravi both have some of the funniest scenes, but at the cost of simultaneously being two of the most annoying characters on the DisneyChannel.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter:
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Is Zuri cute or annoying?
** The same can be said about Ravi. His "relationship" with Mrs. Kipling is pretty annoying as is the way he treated her young. At least Zuri and Ravi both have some of the funniest scenes, but at the cost of simultaneously being two of the most annoying characters on the DisneyChannel.Creator/DisneyChannel.



** The crossover with ''Ultimate Spider-Man''. Many viewers thought it was a harmless novelty, others had trouble getting past a crossover between an animated comic superhero show and a live-action tween-oriented KidCom and how a failed actress turned nanny who once tried to (fake) kill her kids because she was sleep-deprived would be aware of the existence of a top-secret organization designed to hunt down intergalactic super-threats.
** The crossover with ''Liv and Maddie''. Many viewers enjoyed Parker and Joey's presence, while others have difficulty getting past the absence of the two title characters from the crossing over show (likely due to Dove Cameron's commitments filming ''Descendants'').
** The series finale itself. Many people thought it was ok with deserving emotional moments; other fans are disappointed that it just has a standard 30-minute runtime, that all of the emotional impact of the entire episode is concentrated in a single scene, how most of the episode is focused on an awkward ''Series/GameOfThrones'' parody and that the episode and entire series resolves itself with Jessie getting pushed out of the way to make room for someone else in the household (which many fans see as metaphorical of Debby herself with Peyton List being promoted to ''Bunk'd'') with no real resolution to the Jessie/Tony storyline other than Tony miraculously showing up at the literal very last minute. What also didn't help was that Disney Channel themselves effectively buried the series finale in the middle of "Monstober" ''and'' during a much-hyped ''Girl Meets World'' three-night event (that ended up getting more hype than ''Jessie'').
** The crossover with ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie''. Many fans liked it for what it was, others thought the ''Good Luck Charlie'' cast was grossly under-utilized, Zuri went way overboard on snarky moments (basically it was the only thing she did the whole episode), the poor choice of ripping off ''Film/TheHangover'' of all things for the second half's plot, and the entire episode being far too biased in Debby's favor (she got to sing at the very end while Bridgit, herself a notable singer, did nothing but tag along - and many fans' hopes for a Bridgit/Debby duet were soundly dashed).
29th May '16 5:18:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SpiritualLicensee: See Expy and Spiritual Successor, and pay particular attention to who stars in/created the series. A lot of people feel that this is ''[[TheSuiteLifeOnDeck The Bailey Pickett]] [[SpinOff Show]]'' with the SerialNumbersFiledOff.

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* SpiritualLicensee: See Expy and Spiritual Successor, and pay particular attention to who stars in/created the series. A lot of people feel that this is ''[[TheSuiteLifeOnDeck ''[[Series/TheSuiteLifeOnDeck The Bailey Pickett]] [[SpinOff Show]]'' with the SerialNumbersFiledOff.
19th Mar '16 12:25:51 PM nombretomado
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* AwardSnub: In good company with Nickelodeon's own ''TheHauntedHathaways'' and even ''TheBigBangTheory'' who all lost Favorite TV Show at the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards to ''SamAndCat'' (and Debby Ryan and ''Sam & Cat'''s Jennette [=McCurdy=] losing Favorite TV actress to Ariana Grande, who herself said it should've gone to Jennette).

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* AwardSnub: In good company with Nickelodeon's own ''TheHauntedHathaways'' and even ''TheBigBangTheory'' ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' who all lost Favorite TV Show at the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards to ''SamAndCat'' (and Debby Ryan and ''Sam & Cat'''s Jennette [=McCurdy=] losing Favorite TV actress to Ariana Grande, who herself said it should've gone to Jennette).
29th Jan '16 4:56:56 PM thelelfamily
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** The crossover with ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie''. Many fans liked it for what it was, others thought the ''Good Luck Charlie'' cast was grossly under-utilized, Zuri went way overboard on snarky moments (basically it was the only thing she did the whole episode), the poor choice of ripping off ''Film/TheHangover'' of all things for the second half's plot, and the entire episode being far too biased in Debby's favor (she got to sing at the very end while Bridgit, herself a notable singer, did nothing but tag along - and many fans' hopes for a Bridgit/Debby duet were soundly dashed).
28th Jan '16 4:26:26 PM thelelfamily
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Although for the most part Disney Channel [[AdoredByTheNetwork quite adored]] the show (especially during its heyday when it was pulling in massive ratings) towards the end and especially during the final season it was pretty clear that the show had fallen out of favor compared to newer offerings, especially compared to ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' and ''Jessie'''s own spinoff ''{{Series/Bunkd}}''. The ultimate sign was when the series finale was effectively buried under a massive three-night ''Girl Meets World'' event along with the series finale of ''Series/IDidntDoIt'' instead of being given its own night (as with contemporary series ''Series/AustinAndAlly'').



* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Debby stated that she worked hard to make sure that the point of both "Break-Up and Shape-Up" and "There Goes the Bride" is to show that the type of perfect, happy ending-relationship that tends to get reinforced on Disney Channel shows can get derailed for legitimate reasons beyond a person's control. In "Break-Up and Shape-Up" it's supposed to show that sometimes people can just drift apart, and "There Goes the Bride" shows that even when two people are perfect for each other, circumstances might force them to drift apart anyway. "There Goes the Bride" also has a message that young women need to find themselves and be sure of themselves before they can share their lives with someone else. However this message comes off as being pointless, [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt as many fans dismissed the whole idea of Jessie getting married as far-fetched from the start]].

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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Debby stated that she worked hard to make sure that the point of both "Break-Up and Shape-Up" and "There Goes the Bride" is to show that the type of perfect, happy ending-relationship that tends to get reinforced on Disney Channel shows can get derailed for legitimate reasons beyond a person's control. In "Break-Up and Shape-Up" it's supposed to show that sometimes people can just drift apart, and "There Goes the Bride" shows that even when two people are perfect for each other, circumstances might force them to drift apart anyway. "There Goes the Bride" also has a message that young women need to find themselves and be sure of themselves before they can share their lives with someone else. However this message comes off as being pointless, [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt as many fans dismissed the whole idea of Jessie getting married as far-fetched from the start]].start]] (not to mention most fans greatly disliked her fiancee anyway).
27th Jan '16 4:38:44 AM thelelfamily
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** The series finale itself. Many people thought it was ok with deserving emotional moments; other fans are disappointed that it just has a standard 30-minute runtime, that all of the emotional impact of the entire episode is concentrated in a single scene, how most of the episode is focused on an awkward ''Series/GameOfThrones'' parody and that the episode and entire series resolves itself with Jessie getting pushed out of the way to make room for someone else in the household (which many fans see as metaphorical of Debby herself with Peyton List being promoted to ''Bunk'd'') with no real resolution to the Jessie/Tony storyline other than Tony miraculously showing up at the literal very last minute.

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** The series finale itself. Many people thought it was ok with deserving emotional moments; other fans are disappointed that it just has a standard 30-minute runtime, that all of the emotional impact of the entire episode is concentrated in a single scene, how most of the episode is focused on an awkward ''Series/GameOfThrones'' parody and that the episode and entire series resolves itself with Jessie getting pushed out of the way to make room for someone else in the household (which many fans see as metaphorical of Debby herself with Peyton List being promoted to ''Bunk'd'') with no real resolution to the Jessie/Tony storyline other than Tony miraculously showing up at the literal very last minute. What also didn't help was that Disney Channel themselves effectively buried the series finale in the middle of "Monstober" ''and'' during a much-hyped ''Girl Meets World'' three-night event (that ended up getting more hype than ''Jessie'').
27th Jan '16 12:51:22 AM thelelfamily
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* [[BrainBleach Ear Bleach]]: The theme song has many haters for its grating vocals - according to rumor, perhaps the most prominent hater of the theme tune is ''Debby Ryan herself''.
27th Jan '16 12:41:52 AM thelelfamily
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** The series finale itself. Many people thought it was ok with deserving emotional moments; other fans are disappointed that it just has a standard 30-minute runtime, that all of the emotional impact of the entire episode is concentrated in a single scene, how most of the episode is focused on an awkward ''Series/GameOfThrones'' parody and that the episode and entire series resolves itself with Jessie getting pushed out of the way to make room for someone else in the household (which many fans see as metaphorical of Debby herself with Peyton List being promoted to ''Bunk'd'') with no real resolution to the Jessie/Tony storyline other than Tony miraculously showing up at the literal very last minute.
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