An idealistic teen from rural Texas embarks on the adventure of a lifetime when she decides to leave behind starry nights for big city lights. Thrilled to be on her own and determined not to be intimidated by New York City, she accepts a job as nanny for a high-profile couple with four kids. Helping to keep her moral compass in check are Bertram, the family's butler, and Tony, the building's 20-year-old doorman.
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Mrs. Chesterfield hires Bertram to dig up dirt on Jessie that would hopefully lead Brooks to break up with her.
The episode was rated 8.39 from 61 votes.
When Jessie's dad invites her out to the military camp to visit, Jessie and the kids embark on what should be a pleasant vacation, however when they arrive Jessie is shocked by some news her dad reveals.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 37 votes.
Jessie and Zuri discover Stewart has a new laid-back "manny" named Hudson. Having grown to like Stewart, Zuri resents being told not to see him, and they run off together.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 72 votes.
Creepy Connie returns with a sidekick, Mackenzie. The two play a cat and mouse game as they vie for Luke's affection.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 104 votes.
Jessie races to make sure the Ross kids make it to school on time, but there are many bumps along the way.
The episode was rated 8.29 from 69 votes.
The series concludes with Christina Ross returning home and Jessie heading to Los Angeles for a role in a movie. But when the kids realize they still need Jessie, they follow her to Hollywood.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 147 votes.
Emma and Zuri plan a romantic mystery-filled fifth first date for Jessie and Tony. Meanwhile, Ravi, Cameron and Bertram get stuck in a giant teacup on a billboard, after their failed attempt to rescue Ravi’s toy helicopter.
The episode was rated 8.18 from 67 votes.
Jessie is excited when she and the Ross kids are invited to participate in a reality show.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 88 votes.
Jessie offers to introduce the kids to NBA All-Star Chris Bosh, who's in town to play one of Luke's favorite local basketball teams at the park.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 77 votes.
Luke asks his adoptive mom, Christina, for information about his family history after he is assigned a report at school.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 74 votes.
After the girls watch a scary movie, Jessie tries to help Zuri conquer her fear of dolls by confessing her own fear of porta-potties. Meanwhile, Cameron teaches Ravi how to impress a girl and Bertram listens to opera non-stop to win a radio contest.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 80 votes.
When Brooks lands a job in Africa and has to be there in two days, he and Jessie are forced to move up their wedding.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 57 votes.
Jessie becomes frustrated that she can't land any acting gigs, so she takes matters into her own hands by participating in a 24-hour film festival. She recruits the kids to help her direct, shoot and edit her film, but things get complicated when all the kids have their own ideas about what the film should be.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 60 votes.
Nanny Agatha’s twin sister, Angela, is in town and Jessie suspects she is trying to steal her job and also catch Tony’s eye. Meanwhile, Emma copes with a giant zit on her nose.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 94 votes.
Jessie thinks Luke needs strict discipline to keep him from misbehaving and enlists the help of fellow nanny, Samantha, who winds up being a dog nanny. Meanwhile, the kids break into Bertram’s cluttered room and Jessie makes them help clean it up after all of it fell and turned into a huge pile of Bertram's things which Ravi gets stuck in.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 77 votes.
Emma wants her license, so Jessie teaches her how to drive. Ravi and Luke accidentally break one of Zuri's games, forcing a stand-off.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 85 votes.
While the Ross Family has their traditional "Gotcha Day", Jessie is left in charge to help celebrate the time when Zuri was first welcomed home in New York City. When Ravi tells the story when he first arrived in the United States, he tells Jessie that they thought Mr. Kipling was supposed to be a baby because his room was decorated as a nursery. Jessie accidently blurts out that Morgan and Christina were probably expecting a baby. Ravi gets incredibly upset; Christina gets infuriated with Jessie. The huge reveal almost ruins "Gotcha Day". Later on, Morgan and Christina tells them that his birth certificate had a typo and instead of Ravi being born in the year 2001, it said 2011, so that is why the Ross' were expecting a baby. In the end, Ravi forgives Morgan and Christina, and they give Zuri a zebra as a "Gotcha Day" present.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 88 votes.
Jessie finds herself in unfamiliar territory when Emma's unexpected behavior gets her into trouble at school. Meanwhile, Luke takes on the role of Sensei to train Zuri for her upcoming karate belt test.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 129 votes.
Jessie is put in charge of a carnival to raise funds for the school. Meanwhile, Luke watches the carnival from home through binoculars and witnesses a suspicious act.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 58 votes.
In the final part of the "Rossed at Sea" three-parter, Jessie abruptly ends the Ross family vacation because the kids are constantly fighting. They wind up in a pickle when they find the yacht the next morning floating in the middle of the sea with no captain or crew in sight.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 114 votes.
Last updated: dec 24, 2022
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