Jessie grounds Emma after she forgot to walk Zuri home from school, telling her she can't go to the school dance, so she sneaks out to warn Luke that his new crush's ex-boyfriend is going to embarrass him. At the dance, Adam Sandler gives Luke some relationship advice. Meanwhile, Zuri and Ravi set traps to catch a burglar. In the end, Jessie comforts Luke and ends up dancing with him at the school dance.
- 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
Special Guest Cast
- Adam Sandler as Himself
- Isabella Palmieri as Rachel Kapowski
- Jackson Odell as Gale Gustavo
- Lenny Jacobson as Ted the Delivery Guy
- The title references to the movie "Punch-Drunk Love", which is a movie starred by Adam Sandler who guest starred in this episode.
- Emma's room is shown for the first time in this episode.
- Luke gets dumped in this episode.
- There is a reference to the movie "Grown Ups 2" which is a movie starred by Adam Sandler and Cameron Boyce (Luke) is also in the movie. The reference being, "If we have to have Grown Ups too, I'm glad it's you".
- Emma and Adam Sandler refer to the dance Gangnam Style, a very popular dance craze and the most popular song on YouTube by PSY.
- The song played at the dance party is We're Burning Up by Renald Francoeur.
- In this episode, Luke says that Ravi has an outie bellybutton but in Somebunny's in Trouble, Ravi says he has a very deep innie.
- When Luke gets punch all over him his hair completly dry. Then when the camera moves to someone else and goes back to Luke, his hair is wet.
- In one shot there are tennis balls all over the floor but the next shot they are all picked up.
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