Eager to play in Luke’s basketball game, Ravi unexpectedly runs into LA Clippers star Chris Paul, who he enlists to coach him. Meanwhile, Jessie learns that Hudson is her new classmate and is unhappily forced to partner with him for an assignment.
- 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
- Matt Shively as Hudson
- Marcus Choi as Professor Hawkins
- Nadji Jeter as Terry
Special Guest Stars
- Chris Paul as Himself
- Nadji Jeter also co-starred with Cameron Boyce in both comedy films Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2.
- This episode airs on a Saturday instead of a Friday and airs the day after Karate Kid-tastrophe.
- This episode is part of Disney Channel's "TUNE IN 4 WHAT?!" weekend.
- This episode is the lowest watched episode, 1.4 million viewers.
- This is the second time an NBA player has guest starred on the show. The first time was Chris Bosh in Say Yes to the Messy Dress.
- When Terry notices Chris Paul, he asks if it is CP-3 to which Ravi asks if he was talking about "the sassy golden android" (referring to C3PO from Star Wars) before telling him it was Chris Paul.
- The title of the episode is a possible reference to the popular song of the same name, by the punk rock band, Green Day.
- Pop star/YouTuber Poppy is an extra in this episode, however, this was before she became popular.
- When Ravi asks his teammates to form an isosceles triangle, it is a reference to the triangle offense, a scheme popularized by Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson, who coached the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships from 1991-98 and the Los Angeles Lakers to five titles from 2000-2010.
- Jessie managed to lock Emma and Zuri inside while she was trying to study on the terrace. However, it is shown in previous and future episodes that there is no lock from the outside.
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