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The Ross kids head to summer camp in this spinoff of "Jessie." Emma, Ravi and Zuri spend the summer at Maine's Camp Kikiwaka, where their parents met when they were teenagers. The kids aren't used to being in the great outdoors, so cheerful head counselor Lou and camp heartthrob Xander help the siblings adjust to being at camp and show them the ropes of outdoor life. While Emma and Ravi become counselors in training, learning how to be responsible role models for younger campers, Zuri becomes friends with a couple of the kids at the camp, studious Tiffany and compulsive liar Jorge. Together, the Ross children settle into their new lives as they adapt to their summer home away from home.

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The Woodchuck, Grizzly and Weasel cabins compete in Camp Kikiwaka's annual "Cabin of the Year" competition.
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When Tiffany's mother comes to visit, the Woodchucks try to help Tiffany pretend that Camp Kikiwaka is a camp for geniuses.
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After Murphy challenges the kids to cook the camp dinner, the CITs and the counselors compete against one another.
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After disobeying Ravi's wishes when on a hike, Zuri, Tiffany and Jorge get into a muddy situation; Lou imagines what her life would be like in 1916 with her crush.
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Emma, Zuri and Ravi learn that their mom plans to sell the camp.
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The campers participate in a model rocket competition with three rounds: altitude, speed and safety.
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Emma, Tiffany and Zuri are not happy when Lou's new puppy, Chuck, wreaks havoc on the Woodchuck cabin; Ravi encourages Jorge to do his best to set a camp record in order receive a plaque.
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When Lou decides to leave Camp Kikiwaka after she learns about the passing of her dog, the campers get together to help her realize how much she means to them.
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The children explore the booths at Camp Kikiwaka's Olde Moose Rump Days; after finding an old wooden box from Zuri's booth, the kids suddenly find themselves in the 1600s wearing Colonial garb.
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Lou decides to go to college the following year, but her mother wants her to take over the family farm.
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A strange, toxic fog overtakes Camp Kikiwaka causing the campers to develop bizarrely altered personalities and it's up to the camp counselors to save the day.
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Lou is in awe when her hero, the legendary Christina Ross, pays a visit to Camp Kikiwaka; the boys from Grizzly Cabin head out for an overnight camping trip.
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When Zuri decides to host a beauty pageant at Camp Kikiwaka, Destiny is very excited but Lou wants nothing to do with it.
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Everyone prepares for the upcoming camp tournament, the Kikiwaka Cup; Zuri, captain of the campers team, is confident that her group will finally beat the counselors.
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The counselors clean out the storage room and find a fortuneteller machine that reveals something important will go missing and a sister will betray another sister.
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Finn, Matteo and Destiny fix up an old car as a present for Lou's 10-year anniversary at Camp Kikiwaka; Emma, Ravi and Zuri decide to throw Lou a surprise party.
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Zuri, Jorge and Tiffany enlist the support of an unexpected camper to help restore an abandoned treehouse, so they can use it as a new hangout; Emma and Lou and Ravi and Xander get competitive during a friendly game of billiards.
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Zuri helps Xander create a music video for his song "Tidal Wave" in the hopes of turning him into a social media star; meanwhile, Ravi and Lou join forces to try to do something nice for Griff.
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Matteo and Finn come across a strange collection of bones and suspect they are from a new species; they set a trap for the creature and want credit for their new discovery.
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Jorge wins a dinner with his favorite horror writer, Stephanie Queen, and brings some of his fellow campers along; Xander acts as referee between Emma and Ravi.
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Luke comes back to camp and takes Griff and Zuri on an adventure to prove that he's just as responsible as the other CITs.

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