At the Central park, Jessie announced that she is directing a play she's written by herself at the kids' school. Zuri and Ravi are up on the rocks (What Zuri called Mount Everest) and Ravi accidentally pushes a boulder down and Connie saves Luke before he got hit. Luke turns around and is shocked to find out that it was Connie who saved him. Connie apologises to Luke for what she had done (in the episode Creepy Connie Comes a Callin') and asks if they could become friends. It then appeared that she was still in love with Luke, when she had placed a strand of Luke's hair that she caught on her Luke doll when Luke, Jessie and Emma left.Jessie had posted the cast list on the board. Luke was cast as the leading male role while Ravi plays the werewolf. Connie, furious that she is playing a tumbleweed, sets to hurt each girl who is cast to play the main role so that she can kiss Luke. Finally, Connie was cast to play the leading female role. In the play, Connie prepares for the kissing scene but Luke is reluctant to kiss her. She gets angry and chases Luke around the stage for a kiss, thus ruining the play. Jessie comes to the stage in a weird outfit and stops her and tells her that Luke is not in love with her. The play ends with a giant U.F.O. falling on them.
- Debby Ryan as Jessie Prescott
- Peyton List as Emma Ross
- Cameron Boyce as Luke Ross
- Karan Brar as Ravi Ross
- Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross
- Kevin Chamberlin as Bertram Winkle
- This is the sequel to Creepy Connie Comes a Callin'.
- This came On Demand and Watch Disney Channel.com before it's official air date.
- This episode aired on a Thursday night, instead of the usual Friday night.
- In the episode The Whining, there is a mention of a school play written by Jessie causing the school auditorium to be set on fire, which is most likely a reference to this episode.
- Jessie and the kids keep referring to the play as a thinly-veiled portrayal of Jessie's ex-relationships.
- This episode is the 2nd episode in the Creepy Connie Saga.
- At Central Park, when they "first" saw Creepy Connie, they left instantly, but, they left Ravi and Zuri by themselves.
- When Connie fires the flamethrower, it doesn't cause the entire theatre to be set on fire.however the entire set is obviously Fire proof because it's the only way the school would allow Jessie to bring said weapon to school. Let alone use it in a high school play full of people.
- When Jessie shows Emma the flamethrower, she called the trigger "a button".
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