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"Jessie" is your typical fish-out-of-water story. Jessie is a small-town teen who leaves her Texas roots to take a job as a nanny for the Ross family's four precocious kids in New York. Heading the family are the parents: supermodel-turned-business mogul Christina and movie director Morgan. The oldest of the four children, teenager Emma, is the only biological child of the bunch. Her three brothers and sisters are all adopted -- American adoptee Luke, Indian adoptee Ravi and African adoptee Zuri. While watching four kids can be challenging for a teenager, Jessie has help in the form of the family's butler, Bertram, and the building's 20-year-old doorman, Tony. Adding to Jessie's challenging task is the family's pet, a 7-foot Asian water monitor lizard.

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Mrs. Kipling's relationship with Ravi is strained once she becomes famous; Zuri tries to be independent; Bertram helps Emma before an audition.
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Christina Ross returns home just in time for Jessie to head to Los Angeles for a movie role; the kids still realize that they need her and follow her.
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Jessie books a commercial but needs to relearn the skills listed on her resume; Ravi tells Luke that a meteor is headed for Earth.
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Zuri is suddenly interested in trends and fashion while Luke becomes the new brain of the family; Ravi and Emma feel their identities have been stolen.
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Convinced that Jessie is going to Africa to reunite with Brooks, the kids land in Africa to stop her; they all find themselves on a wild adventure.
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Jessie takes Ravi to a MENSA meeting to help him make friends; his new pals Madeline and Scott might be too good.
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Jessie turns the trip around when the kids start fighting; they find the yacht in the middle of the sea with no captain in sight.
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While the family explores an island in Italy, the tour guide informs Jessie that her necklace will bring her bad luck in love.
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The Ross family finds a girl stranded in the ocean and brings her aboard the yacht; Bertram stays home and watches Mrs. Kipling.
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While Jessie helps Bertram prepare for his solo at the Metropolitan Opera, the others scramble to score dates to the school dance.
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The Ross' parents have lost all their money and now the once-well-off kids have to learn to live without their luxuries.
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The kids are snowed in and turn to a game of capture the flag to cure their boredom; everyone goes a little overboard.
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Emma enlists Jessie's help to teach her how to drive; Luke and Ravi accidentally break one of Zuri's games.
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Bertram reaches his wit's end and quits; the Ross family hires a new butler that takes his job very seriously.
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When Bertram's new toupee goes missing before his band's big performance, Jessie has to interrogate each of the kids.
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Ravi enlists the help of LA Clippers star Chris Paul so that he can play in Luke's basketball game; Jessie is forced to partner with Hudson for an assignment.
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Zuri brings home a baby giraffe; Jessie ends up in the same class as Ravi when she re-enrolls for college.
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Emma gets into trouble at school and Jessie is unsure of how to handle it; Luke trains Zuri for her upcoming karate belt test.
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Darla, Jessie's stepsister, shows up, and she needs to hide the truth about the wedding; Luke shaves for the first time and it doesn't go well.
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Jessie decides to move to Africa with Brooks; she becomes sad about leaving the kids and her career behind.
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Jessie scores two VIP wristbands to Emma and Zuri's dream concert and the girls compete for the extra spot; Bertram is obsessed with his new talking coffee maker.

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