September 30, 2011

Debby Ryan’s New Disney Show, Jessie

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Debbieryan_130x130_9.12 The adorable Debby Ryan from Suite Life on Deck and 16 Wishes is in a Disney show called Jessie. In the show, Debby Ryan plays Jessie, a small town girl with big dreams who embarks on the adventure of a lifetime when she decides to move to New York City. She accepts a job as a nanny and moves in with the Ross family — dad Morgan, a famous movie director, mom Christina, a former supermodel turned business mogul, and their four children.

Conflict and chaos arise as Jessie attempts to live her dream in the big city while caring for four kids – 13-year-old Emma (played by Peyton List from the Rodrick Rules movie); a 10-year-old adoptee from India named Ravi (played by Karan Brar also from the Wimpy Kid movies); Luke (played by Cameron Boyce), a mischievous 12-year-old adopted at age five from Detroit. The baby of the family is 7-year-old Zuri, who was adopted at birth from Africa. Jessie_600w

Are you excited for this new show? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments.

image from kids.scholastic.comSonja, STACKS Staffer

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  1. gameboard5

    Jessie emma suri u are the best characters and Jessie and the other ross family and u are pretty funny suri and Jessie u would make a good actress and emma next time u go to the mall order me a pair of jordans

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  2. bluegreen796

    i love your so much.and every time i get on netflix i always click on it.even you are the coolest girl on the show.

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  3. minime23

    I LOVE THE SHOW ITS SO AWESOME EVERY TIME I GO TO MY AUNTS HOUSE I TUNE TO DISNEY AND WATCH JESSIE BUT I LLLOOOVVVEEE IT!!!!!!!!!

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  4. julia

    siabhan could you tell us how it seems racist like percy and harry fan did. Thank you and i don’t mean to be mean but I just wanted to tell you.

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  5. chocalategirl

    I don’t think an eighteen year old should be in charge of a thirteen year old and a twelve year old. They can watch themselves, and certainly wouldn’t see her as authority! But I LOVE the show and it is so cute! They do a great job of exaggerating each character’s personality!

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  6. Deb

    This is the most rascist show I’ve ever seen. They had Ravi actually eating hot peppers because he’s Indian. We’re teaching our kids that entertainment means making fun of people from other countries through false stereotypes. I’m dissapointed in Disney.

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