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Soooooooo predictable. Snore.
I realize this is television but "Jessie" is so unrealistic, so stereotypical and so predictable I cannot stand it. 4 spoiled children, who know they are beyond wealthy and treat their caretakers like servants. School is rarely mentioned. Conflicts are resolved within seconds. Nearly EVERY line of dialogue is a faint grasp at a laugh.
It seems as though the desire for "things" is more important than anything on this show. Makeup, style, clothing, social status are the common thread, as well as the cast getting themselves out of "Three Stooges" style situations, SOME even sci-fi. What IS the point of this show? Am I missing something?
I have watched many, many episodes with my 7 year old daughter and tried so diligently to detract her from this show. The one and only thing that she and I agree on is Kevin Chamberlin/Bertram. She says he is hilarious. I agree. He belongs on a GOOD show. His timing and delivery are best served someplace where they can be appreciated. I SO hope to see him on another show!