Jessie encounters playground-hogging nanny Agatha (played by UK Disney Channel star Jennifer Veal as the polar opposite of Mary Poppins) who posts pictures of those who cross her on a blog (a la Perez Hilton) that make them out to be bad nannies
Clip 1- Jessie futilely tries to keep Christina from finding out about the pictures, but her story that the pictures were taken out of context is believed
Jessie has trouble making Luke behave, so she seeks the advice of nanny Samantha- who turns out to be a dog nanny! Meanwhile, Betram's penchant for hoarding is discovered, so Jessie makes the kids help get rid of his junk but not before Ravi gets buried underneath the resulting pile. Several scenes of nice eye candy from Debz in this ep.
Running a few episodes behind since my business travel increases in the spring and limits my spare time, but I'll gradually get around and finish the remaining episodes..thankfully there's only 20 of them in this first season...now back to our regular programming..
Episode 16: "Glue Dunnit: A Sticky Situation"
Clip 1- Mrs. Chesterfield's hands get glued to her head when her hair gel gets switched with super glue, so this becomes a whodunnit as everyone has a motive to get back at her, Jessie herself gets stuck to Mrs. C's arms when trying to assist her in becoming unstuck.
Clip 2- Tony finally succeeds in getting the ladies unstuck by using his mother's pasta sauce. Mrs. C's hair gel is found to be in Jessie's purse, so to prove her innocence the elevator cam footage is played, revealing that Mrs. C's dog Zeus was the one who took the hair gel out of its shopping bag and put it into the wrong purse. With their planned date scratched by the day's events, Tony and Jessie come close to sharing a romantic moment, but a mosquito gets in the way
Going out of sequence since there have been requests for the mud bath scene from this episode. Interesting but PG rated at best
Episode 19: "Evil Times Two"
Agatha's normal-looking twin sister Angela (Jennifer Veal in a dual role) comes to New York and is nice to Jessie, who soon suspects that Angela is working the kids to try to steal her nanny job, and confronts her in the beauty spa: