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"Coop and Cami Ask the World" centers on two middle school-age siblings whose main source of decision making is crowdsourcing opinions from their millions of online followers. Their decisions range from mundane to crazy and all of them are decided by the views on Coop's online channel, Would You Wrather. The siblings are joined by their siblings Charlotte and Ollie and their mom, Jenna, and Coop's best friend, Fred.

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Cami attempts documentary filmmaking to get an "A" in her visual arts class and make high honors at school.
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Cooper gets nervous about his upcoming Junior Firefighters test, but everyone assures him that he'll pass because his dad was a firefighter.
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Cami discovers that Tara is planning to replace Delaware on the NPC Dance Team, and struggles when she realizes that it may inadvertently be her fault.
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Charlotte asks Coop to be a part of her a cappella group for the week, which temporarily takes him away from Would You Wrather and causes Cami to struggle with the idea of sharing her brother.
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Cami and Fred are excited to see their favorite band in concert, but when Cami is offered a single VIP ticket, she must decide what her friendship with Fred means to her.
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Cooper struggles to complete "Would You Wrather" challenges without Cami, who quit the online show to focus on dance full time.
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Coop and Cami try to find out who the mystery person is behind a new rival streaming channel called Which Would You Prefer; Charlotte convinces Jenna to join social media.
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Cami and Ollie try to prove that they are responsible enough to choose their own bedtime by moving out of the house and into a giant igloo in their backyard.
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When Cami learns that the reason she didn't make the dance team is because she spends too much of her time doing her online show, she is determined to prove she can do both.
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Cami struggles when she inadvertently reveals secrets about Cooper and Peyton that they didn't want each other to know.
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When Cami discovers that Delaware makes a goofy face when she dances, Cami worries that they won't make the dance team.
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When Coop and Cami learn there is one spot left for the drama elective, they fight over who should get the remaining slot.
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Cami loses her confidence when Minty gets in her head during an archery contest.
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Thanks to Coop and Cami's latest stream, the duo must go to school as hip-hop leprechauns; Charlotte enlists her sister to help her break up with her boyfriend.
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Cooper decides it's his responsibility to teach his little brother Ollie how to fish, but when the boat runs out of gas, he, Ollie and Fred find themselves stuck in the middle of a lake.
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When Cami inadvertently loses the money for the upcoming school dance-a-thon, the only person willing to help her is a quirky new classmate named Delaware.
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When Charlotte's unexpected bad grade on her report card puts the family trip in jeopardy, Coop and Cami come up with a plan to hide their sister's grade from their mother.
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Cooper is upset to learn that Peyton is moving to Canada and doesn't seem sad to be leaving.
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Inspired by his favorite telenovela, Fred enlists Ollie to help him devise a big romantic surprise for Cooper and Peyton's reunion.
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When Charlotte backs out of an annual "snowling" tradition for an overnight with her friends, Cami sets out to sabotage her sister's sleepover.
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Cooper uses an escape room game as a way of forcing Cami and Fred to hash out their issues.

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