History YMMV / Jessie

25th Jan '18 12:20:51 AM Codebox42
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* TookaLevelinJerkass: Christina Ross toward Jessie Season 2 onwards. In Season 1 she saw Jessie as the perfect parental subsitute and as a someone she could always rely on and saves Jessie from Nanny Agaitha. Then come Season 2 she completely changes. Most notably in "Trashin Fashion"she acts like a snobby bitch toward Jessie and completely acts as if Jessie is nothing more than a servant. Despite saying "she trusts her" she puts a collar on her to "keep watch" an reveals they have servaliance cameras. Also her reaction to Jessie accidentally breaking fragile items when Jessie clearly asked for help.

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* TookaLevelinJerkass: Christina Ross toward Jessie Season 2 onwards. In Season 1 she saw Jessie as the perfect parental subsitute substitute and as a someone she could always rely on and saves Jessie from Nanny Agaitha.Agaitha harassment blog. Then come Season 2 she completely changes. Most notably in "Trashin Fashion"she Fashion" where she acts like a snobby bitch toward Jessie and completely acts as if Jessie is nothing more than a servant. Despite saying "she trusts her" she puts a collar on her to "keep watch" an reveals they have servaliance cameras.cameras to watch Jessie's every move. Also her reaction to Jessie accidentally breaking fragile items when Jessie clearly asked for help.
25th Jan '18 12:16:04 AM Codebox42
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* JerkassBall: Christina Ross toward Jessie Season 2 onwards. Mostly notably in "Trashin Fashion"she acts like a snobby bitch toward Jessie and completely acts as if Jessie is nothing more than a servant. Despite saying "she trusts her" she puts a collar on her to "keep watch" an reveals they have servaliance cameras. Also her reaction to Jessie accidentally breaking fragile items when Jessie clearly asked for help.

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* JerkassBall: TookaLevelinJerkass: Christina Ross toward Jessie Season 2 onwards. Mostly In Season 1 she saw Jessie as the perfect parental subsitute and as a someone she could always rely on and saves Jessie from Nanny Agaitha. Then come Season 2 she completely changes. Most notably in "Trashin Fashion"she acts like a snobby bitch toward Jessie and completely acts as if Jessie is nothing more than a servant. Despite saying "she trusts her" she puts a collar on her to "keep watch" an reveals they have servaliance cameras. Also her reaction to Jessie accidentally breaking fragile items when Jessie clearly asked for help.


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** Emma in Seasons 3 & 4. (The same applies to Zuri)
** Everybody toward Jessie and Bertram. While Jessie certain has her Unsympathetic moments, the kid's constant disrespect toward her as a person, constant jokes about her physical appearance and no respect add up in the end. Especially Emma and Zuri, who love to make the most comments about Jessie more than others. As for Bertram everyone treats him more like a servant than a person. Even after he gives a speech about showing him respect they still treat him badly.
25th Jan '18 12:01:14 AM Codebox42
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** Christina Ross in the series finale "Jessie Goes to Hollywood" While it's completely understandable that Christina only wants to be closer and spend time with her kids (in fact what parent doesn't want that?), the way she gets Jessie out of the way is completely uncalled for. She gets jealous of the kids overreliance of Jessie, despite the fact Jessie has been with them 4 years of their life to know everything about them as people, what does she expect? She doesn't even ask Jessie anything about the kids or try relating to them. Then she books Jessie an acting gig as an excuse to get her out of the way simply so the kids will spend time with her. This is made even worse when she reveals she knows Bertram's true nature and how they all love are care for him, but appearantly this doesn't apply to Jessie even when the kids need her. While Christina does get a heartwarming moment with her in the end, it doesn't change the fact Jessie only got the job simply as a "get out" ticket.


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* JerkassBall: Christina Ross toward Jessie Season 2 onwards. Mostly notably in "Trashin Fashion"she acts like a snobby bitch toward Jessie and completely acts as if Jessie is nothing more than a servant. Despite saying "she trusts her" she puts a collar on her to "keep watch" an reveals they have servaliance cameras. Also her reaction to Jessie accidentally breaking fragile items when Jessie clearly asked for help.
** Jessie herself in "Understuided and Overdone" Jessie is completely apathetic toward a woman who was injured during an audition role simply because it gave her chances of being in the spotlight meaning. Then acts like Ravi & Luke holding a woman hostage is justified if they do it after her "Day in the limelight" is over and calls them "amatuers" for not keeping her trapped longer.
** All the Ross kids in "Rossed at Sea" especially Emma and Zuri. They also give Bertram a "KicktheDog" moment when they show apathy toward his speech about "treating him as more than a servant".
19th Jan '18 7:15:21 PM TaylorHyuuga
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** In "Girls Don't Wanna Get Shunned" Jessie warns Bertram about how nasty and backstabbing teenagers are - then Bertram [[FridgeLogic points out]] that Jessie is a teenager. This episode aired just a few weeks before Debby Ryan's 20th birthday (and was thus no longer a teenager).
*** Likewise, in "Punch-Dumped Love" Bertram notes Jessie's hypocrisy in complaining about teenagers by pointing out she's still a teenager, even though Debby had already turned 20 when the episode aired (although she was still a teenager when the episode was actually filmed).[[note]]This was also the last time Jessie was referred to as a teenager; the next episode to make any mention to her age would explicitly call her as being 22 years old[[/note]]
*** Also in "Punch-Dumped Love" Jessie looks at [[ItMakesSenseInContext Balloon Jessie]] and says that she looks good as a blonde. Debby had started dying her hair blonde during the hiatus between that season and the next, and since production of the show wrapped has mostly been a blonde (and of course, she was blonde in ''Suite Life on Deck'').


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** In "Girls Don't Wanna Get Shunned" Jessie warns Bertram about how nasty and backstabbing teenagers are - then Bertram [[FridgeLogic points out]] that Jessie is a teenager. This episode aired just a few weeks before Debby Ryan's 20th birthday (and was thus no longer a teenager).
*** Likewise, in "Punch-Dumped Love" Bertram notes Jessie's hypocrisy in complaining about teenagers by pointing out she's still a teenager, even though Debby had already turned 20 when the episode aired (although she was still a teenager when the episode was actually filmed).[[note]]This was also the last time Jessie was referred to as a teenager; the next episode to make any mention to her age would explicitly call her as being 22 years old[[/note]]
*** Also in "Punch-Dumped Love" Jessie looks at [[ItMakesSenseInContext Balloon Jessie]] and says that she looks good as a blonde. Debby had started dying her hair blonde during the hiatus between that season and the next, and since production of the show wrapped has mostly been a blonde (and of course, she was blonde in ''Suite Life on Deck'').
15th Oct '17 5:02:18 PM Excelsior123
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* CriticalDissonance: The show is actually almost universally panned by critics and often called one of the worst shows on Disney Channel (or one of the worst tween/teen shows in history), yet it's one of the highest-rated shows on the network and able to squeeze out a full four seasons (something traditionally only reserved for consistent breakout hits).

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* CriticalDissonance: The show is actually almost universally panned by critics and often called one of the worst shows on Disney Channel (or one of the worst tween/teen shows in history), yet it's one of the highest-rated shows on the network and able to squeeze out a full four seasons (something traditionally only reserved for consistent breakout hits). It also maintains heavy reruns on the channel as of this writing, despite having ended already.
8th Oct '17 2:12:32 PM nombretomado
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* AwardSnub: In good company with Nickelodeon's own ''TheHauntedHathaways'' and even ''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).

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* AwardSnub: In good company with Nickelodeon's own ''TheHauntedHathaways'' and even ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' who all lost Favorite TV Show at the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards to ''SamAndCat'' ''Series/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).
21st Feb '17 5:34:29 PM Storygirl000
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* In "The Princess and the Pea Brain"[[note]]the one where Zuri tells Jessie a fantasy story starring most of the cast as a plot to get her and Tony to go on a date[[/note]], "Princess" Jessie mentions that the halftime act at a jousting competition will be [[Music/LadyGaga "M'Lady Gaga".]] This becomes funnier now that Lady Gaga's actually headlined the halftime show during Super Bowl LI.

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* ** In "The Princess and the Pea Brain"[[note]]the one where Zuri tells Jessie a fantasy story starring most of the cast as a plot to get her and Tony to go on a date[[/note]], "Princess" Jessie mentions that the halftime act at a jousting competition will be [[Music/LadyGaga "M'Lady Gaga".]] This becomes funnier now that Lady Gaga's actually headlined the halftime show during Super Bowl LI.
21st Feb '17 5:33:49 PM Storygirl000
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* In "The Princess and the Pea Brain"[[note]]the one where Zuri tells Jessie a fantasy story starring most of the cast as a plot to get her and Tony to go on a date[[/note]], "Princess" Jessie mentions that the halftime act at a jousting competition will be [[Music/LadyGaga "M'Lady Gaga".]] This becomes funnier now that Lady Gaga's actually headlined the halftime show during Super Bowl LI.
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''.
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