T.V. Series Review: Jessie Season 3

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Jessie Season 3 Summary

Season 3 of Jessie was announced on March 28, 2013 by Zap2It. The season consisted of 25 episodes and a full-length movie. It began airing on October 5, 2013 and ended on November 28, 2014.Season 3, Episode 1: Ghost Bummers 

Jessie and the kids aren’t invited to the building’s Halloween party so they hold their own. Real ghosts and demons are released leaving Jessie and the others to become ghost busters.

Season 3, Episode 2: Caught Purple Handed 

Jessie finally gets an agent, then discovers he’s thrilled to have her as a client. What’s more, he only wants her as a hand model.

Season 3, Episode 3: Understudied and Overdone

Jessie gets an opportunity to be the understudy for a famous, young actress in an off-Broadway production. Ravi and Luke devise a plan to make sure Jessie gets the chance to perform the role. Meanwhile, Emma and Zuri argue over how best to help Bertram with his new idea for a web-based cooking show

Season 3, Episode 4: The Blind Date, the Cheapskate and the Primate 

Jessie has the kids and Bertrum avoiding Tony like the plaque. One day, she exits the elevator only to find out Tony is picking up something behind the desk. The two awkwardly talk until they decide to hook each other up with friends.

Season 3, Episode 5: Lizard Scales and Wrestling Tales 

Luke has questions about being adopted and his birth parents. Emma agrees to help him, but he misreads the adoption documents, which leads to a crazy situation.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Rosses Get Real

Jessie is excited when she and the Ross kids are invited to participate in a reality show.

Season 3, Episode 7: Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas 

When Teddy Duncan (Bridgit Mendler) gets accepted into a college in New York City, she goes to New York, alongside her brother P.J. (Jason Dolley), and Teddy meets up with Jessie and Zuri on the subway. When a blizzard traps P.J and Teddy in New York City, the Ross children find out that someone took away their Christmas presents and they ask Teddy and P.J. to help them out. Meanwhile, in Denver, Bob (Eric Allan Kramer) and Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) struggle to know what Charlie (Mia Talerico) wishes for Christmas since they have no knowledge. In the end, Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry) knows what she wants.

Season 3, Episode 8: Krumping and Crushing 

Jessie enrolls Luke in a dance class but Luke decides to replace doing homework with dance practice.

Season 3, Episode 9: Hoedown Showdown 

Country girl Maybelle moves into the building. Jessie asks Emma to invite her to her party. Despite being embarrassed by Maybelle, Emma gives her a makeover to help her fit in.

Season 3, Episode 10: Snack Attack 

Jessie notices a famous casting director in the park and tries to impress him by volunteering to help his daughter befriend the Ross kids.

Season 3, Episode 11: Creepy Connie 3: The Creepening 

After Luke injures his leg dancing, he must stay home and miss the carnival. Since he is wheelchair-ridden, he stays on the terrace of the penthouse and notices a suspicious figure dressed in black at the carnival.

Season 3, Episode 12: Acting With the Frenemy

Zuri must find a way to get back a cherished toy that Jessie passed on to her after she trades it to a toy collector; Luke and Emma work together to teach Bertram Salsa dancing so he can compete in a dance contest to win his crush’s heart.

Season 3, Episode 13: From the White House to Our House

Jessie and Zuri plan a party for Taylor, whose mum is away serving in the military. She’s reluctant but finally agrees. Her mum turns up, and so does Mrs Obama.

Season 3, Episode 14: Help Not Wanted

Jessie needs money to buy her dad a birthday gift and she accepts a job at Empire Skate Building before realising that Emma is her boss.

Season 3, Episode 15: Where’s Zuri?

Stewart has a new `manny’ named Hudson. Zuri and Stewart run away together after Zuri is told not to see him.

Season 3, Episode 16: Morning Rush

Jessie races to make sure the Ross kids make it to school on time, but there are many bumps along the way.

Season 3, Episode 17: Lights, Camera, Distraction!

Jessie experiences a lull in her career, and resolves to end her losing streak by participating in a film festival. She enlists the help of the other kids, but egos clash when everyone has their own ideas for the film.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Telltale Duck

Bertram asks Jessie to accompany him to his high-school reunion in hope of showing off to his former classmates.

Season 3, Episode 19: Coffee Talk

After Jessie scores two VIP wristbands to a Bruno Mars concert, Emma and Zuri compete to accompany her. Bertram becomes obsessed with his new talking coffee maker.

Season 3, Episode 20: Between the Swoon and New York City

Jessie meets handsome, rich Brookes, not realising he’s evil Mrs Chesterfield’s son, and when she hears he’s dating Jessie she’s furious and cuts off his money.

Season 3, Episode 21: No Money, Mo’ Problems

Unhappy with her son’s budding relationship, Mrs. Chesterfield hires Bertram; she’s hoping he finds dirt that will cause Brooks to break up with Jessie.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Runaway Bride of Frankenstein

The Halloween Festival takes a scary turn when Brooks proposes to Jessie and she learns that none of the Ross kids approve.

Season 3, Episode 23: There Goes the Bride

Brooks gets a job in Africa, and Jessie wants to go with him, so they must move their wedding date. But Jessie is sad to leave the kids and her career behind.

Season 3, Episode 24: Ride to Riches

Jessie’s in a rush to make an audition when she and Ravi end up on a game-show inside of their taxi called “Ride to Riches.”

Season 3, Episode 25: Jessie’s Aloha-holidays with Parker and Joey

Parker and Joey Rooney join Jessie and the Ross kids in planning a tropical Christmas at the clan’s Hawaiin villa and Jessie reunites with an old friend.

Jessie Season 3 Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.

While following the fictional life of a Nanny (and I mean that in the kindest words from my experiences), the show was cute and funny. What a life they lived. Chaotic, fun, some real issues but also I felt bad that the kids spend 98% of the time with Jessie and Bertram than their parents.

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