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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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When a magazine contacts Destiny to do a story on her community service, Matteo, Gwen and Finn help her clean only one area of the shore, hiding the rest of the trash.
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Hazel visits Camp Kikiwaka and says she's changed, so Lou agrees to let her hang out for a few days; the boys attempt to earn the camp's highest honor.
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Destiny organizes a square dance to raise money to clean up Lake Kikiwaka and invites Noah's acting rival, Austin Justin; Lou and Finn offer Matteo advice after learning he wants to ask Gwen to dance.
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Lou helps Gwen build her confidence when she learns that her parents plan to send her to school at the end of the summer; Ava discovers a hot spring at Camp Kikiwaka and enlists Noah to keep it a secret.
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Finn offers to care for Lou's beloved cow, but must prove he can handle the responsibility; Destiny and Gwen concoct a plan to patch things up between Ava and her mother; Raphael helps Noah learn French for an audition.
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After Gwen accidentally breaks a window, she and Destiny get caught in a web of lies; Noah challenges Ava to be open to more things.
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Finn and Matteo's friendship is tested as they try to figure out an act for Camp Kikiwaka's annual talent show; Destiny tries to impress Noah with her pageant skills.
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Lou takes over as director of Camp Kikiwaka and welcomes new camper Gwen and camp counselors Noah and Ava.
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The campers participate in a gift-making activity for the upcoming holiday and Griff is not into it;Ravi and Lou try to create a special memory for Griff, while Santa asks Jorge to babysit for one of his reindeers.
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Emma, Zuri and Ravi learn that their mom plans to sell the camp.
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Gwen is surprised when her older brother Jasper unexpectedly shows up to Camp Kikiwaka and encourages her to leave with him.
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The campers participate in a model rocket competition with three rounds: altitude, speed and safety.
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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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Lou assigns roles for each camper to play during Renaissance week; Finn is declared the king and gets to run the camp for a week, but he ultimately makes the camp miserable.
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Lou tries her best to coach up the campers for the annual Sportsmanship Games, knowing that Kikiwaka loses every year to rival Camp Champion.
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Matteo looks to science to create a mosquito repellent, then ends up taking credit for something that Gwen invented.
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Gwen befriends the Extreme Team, a group of campers known for its gutsy outdoor activities; Gwen accepts an invitation to hike to Dead Horse Drop.
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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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