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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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Lou asks the campers to complete counselor evaluations; Ava is concerned about the results and fears her job may be at risk.
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When Ava, Destiny and Gwen discover that the Grizzly cabin has a much larger bathroom than theirs, they hatch a diabolical plan to convince the boys to switch cabins.
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Hazel makes Zuri a counselor in training in the weasel cabin, much to Hazel's dismay; Jorge and Griff tell Ravi that the camp's horse has a secret talent.
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The boys find that Gladys has been hiding a secret in the woods; Lou assigns Emma and Zuri to barn duty.
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Lou is invited to a conference for camp directors, where she has been asked to give a speech; she allows Destiny to come with her, but soon regrets that decision.
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Finn is not pleased when he finds out his mother's boyfriend, Dave, is coming to visit Kikiwaka.
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Tiffany and Zuri are hoping they'll dance with a cute boy at the annual dance; Emma finds out that Lou and Xander have a history.
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The Ross kids trade their penthouse for Camp Kikiwaka for the summer only to to find a new counselor in the Woodchuck cabin.
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When Noah and Destiny notice Matteo sneaking off into the woods at night, they follow him and soon discover he is moonlighting at Miss Tilly's Inn.
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Lou puts on a fundraiser carnival at the camp to raise money for her first cause as Deputy Mayor: a playground for the kids of Moose Rump.
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When Ava's brother Alex visits Camp Kikiwaka, Lou develops a crush on him.
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The campers learn about the ghost that haunts Kikiwaka; a camp wedding may be the way to rid the camp of her spirit.
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Ravi starts dating a girl that is his opposite and asks Emma and Jorge for help; Tiffany and Zuri try to return an eagle egg to its nest.
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Lou discovers that Mayor Higgins, who is up for reelection, is actually a goat; Lou decides to run against him with a sloth named Mrs. Fuzzybelly.
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With the end of summer on the horizon, Destiny reminds Finn and Matteo that they need to hang as much as possible with the time they have left.
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To help the campers stay cool during a heat wave, Lou announces that she's finally caved and bought a shaved ice machine for Camp Kikiwaka.
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Luke gets some summer school help from Ravi and reunites with his siblings; Camp Kikiwaka and its rival engage in a turf war.
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Xander's dad wants him to leave camp and start football training; Emma, Ravi and Lou put him through his paces.
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Lou and Barb are encouraged to participate in a camp director swap program, making Lou the director of Camp Champion and Barb the director of Camp Kikiwaka.
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Lou's friend Sean, a blogger, visits camp, which she hopes will help business; but it may be harder than planned.
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Emma and Xander get lost in a cave during an overnight camping trip; the kids have to use their survival skills.

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