Jessie Goes To Hollywood (also known as Ooray for Ollywood and Hey Jessie!) is the twentieth and final episode in Season 4 and JESSIE as well as the 98th episode overall. It aired on October 16, 2015. The finale scored 2.4 million viewers.


Christina returns home, and Jessie travels to Hollywood for a role in a movie. When the kids realize they still need her, they follow her to Hollywood.


Main cast

Guest cast


  • This is the series finale.
  • Skai Jackson posted some pictures on Instagram of this episode.
  • A spin-off with Emma, Ravi, and Zuri was announced and ordered on February 25, 2015. Production began in the spring of 2015. The series is called BUNK'D and premiered on July 31, 2015.
  • There were originally going to be 23 episodes for Season 4 and the series finale was going to air early 2016, but 3 episodes were cut due to Bunk'd's premiere.
  • This is the final appearance of Jessie Prescott, and Tony Chiccolini. While this is their last appearance on JESSIE, Emma Ross, Zuri Ross, and Ravi Ross continue on in BUNK'D. Luke (Cameron Boyce) would not be in the spin-off's first episodes due to Cameron Boyce having a role as Connor on Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Anything on Disney XD.
  • "Tournament of Scepters" is a parody of the very-famous book series-turned-tv series, "Game of Thrones."
  • Emma, Ravi, and Luke are all revealed to be fans of "Tournament of Scepters."
  • Luke has the last line of the series: "Always."
  • Morgan Ross is not seen nor mentioned at all in the finale, even by Christina when talking about wanting to stay home for children. She even has aspects of his job, being apart of movie production.
  • Zuri built her own version of Emma's Solar System for their respective science fair projects. Emma's being in the series premiere, while Zuri's is in the series finale.
  • The new TV show Jessie got a starring role in what is clearly a parody of the show itself, except with a superhero element added.
  • Zuri hates cheddar cheese.
  • Zuri made her solar system project when she was 11, and Emma made hers when she was 13 and you can see how much the characters have changed because Emma did not want Jessie's help while Zuri did.
  • Betram finally told Christina that he's lazy. However, Christina knew of Bertram's laziness all along, stating he was never fired because she and the kids love him too much.
  • Just as how the first episode began with Jessie thrown to the ground and being found by the kids, this episode ends with the events happening in reverse sequence--the kids finding Jessie, causing Jessie to be thrown to the ground.
  • Tony moved to Los Angeles, partly to be with Jessie, partly because Mrs. Chesterfield fired him because she bought automatic doors, and partly because he had to drop out of the fire academy due to his allergy to smoke.
  • Luke and Bertram would later make an appearance on BUNK'D. Jessie is also likely to appear.
  • Luke does not make good on his promise, as the first episode of BUNK'D establishes that Luke had to go to summer school. However, in a later episode, Luke appeared and told Emma, Ravi, and Zuri that he was making straight A's. So technically he did make good on his promise in a different way. However, that promise could've been made too close to the end of the school year and it was too late to bring his grades up so he had to go to summer school.
  • Jessie kissed Luke on the cheek. This is the second time this has happened, the first time being in the episode Jessie's Big Break.
  • According to a later deleted tweet by Skai Jackson, the name of this episode was originally "Hey Jessie!"
  • Some sources, such as the XFINITY catalog, title the episode "Ooray for Ollywood".
  • The series finale aired on Thursday, November 5th, in the UK.
  • There were several references to the first episode.
  • There were also 2 references to the show's name and a line in the show's theme song.
  • Christina appears in both the series premiere and series finale.
  • This wasn't the only Disney show finale to air on October 16th. The series finale of I Didn't Do It, The Rescuers, also aired that day.
  • There is apparently an ice skating rink upstairs.
  • When Jessie and Ravi were exchanging last words, Ravi said that he would make friends and develop an athletic prowess as a joke. He did however, make several friends at summer camp, and became more athletic in the spinoff series Bunk'd.
  • The penthouse made an appearance in the season 2 premiere of Bunk'd.
  • Jessie officially ends with Jessie achieving her dream of becoming an actress, Christina becoming a stay at home mom, Tony moving to L.A with Jessie, Bertram finally telling Christina he was lazy, Emma, Zuri, and Ravi going to summer camp (Camp Kikiwaka in Bunk'd), and Luke going to summer school.


  • Earlier in the episode, Jessie asked Zuri if her teacher would be happy with her doing the same project Emma did 4 years ago, (New York, New Nanny) but then later in the episode, Emma told Zuri she did it 3 years ago.
    • Emma isn't the brightest character on the show to begin with, so this may have just been a mistake on her part. Especially since she thought there were 15 planets.
  • In the ending scene, Jessie was standing next to Tony when she saw the kids coming towards her, but when the car hits her, Tony comes running from behind.
  • The kids would've gotten in big trouble for damaging the Hollywood sign, or even hiking up there without adult supervision or permission.
  • Zuri's Solar System diorama includes Pluto, which is no longer considered a planet as explained in the First Episode of the series which is how Emma was declared a winner.


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Jessie - Goes to Hollywood Promo - Series Finale

Jessie - Goes to Hollywood Promo - Series Finale

Jessie - Goes To Hollywood - Final Scene

Jessie - Goes To Hollywood - Final Scene