The Ross family puts Jessie in charge of decorations for Zuri's "Gotcha Day", the anniversary of her adoption. She wants to make it special and be creative, so she plans an African-themed party, however, she realizes this is a mistake and tries to fix it with unicorns and zebras. Meanwhile, Luke and Ravi tell the stories of when they were adopted, but Jessie accidentally tells a secret that Ravi gets upset with - that Christina and Morgan were expecting a baby when they adopted him - and he gets upset. Christina and Morgan get mad at Jessie for revealing this secret, but they forgive her after they explain everything to Ravi.
- 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
- Zuri was wearing the same clothes from Cattle Calls & Scary Walls.
- When Ravi suggests making a double rainbow all the way, it is a reference to the Internet phenomenon Double Rainbow
- We learn from this episode that Jessie was given a "D" in her drama class due to her sad face looking more like she was constipated.
- This is one of the few episodes Morgan and Christina appear in.
- This episode marks Morgan's last appearance.
- It's revealed that Christina & Morgan were expecting a baby when Ravi was adopted.
- This is the last episode to air in August of 2012.
- The fourth wall is broken when Luke, Ravi, Emma, and Jessie look up as the flashback happens.
- Bertram telling Mr. Kipling if he has kids foreshadows the next episode.
- When Christina hands Jessie the paper if you look closely, it is clearly blank.
- In the background on the elevator, you can see a sign that says "Happy Birthday" but in the rest of the episode, it is not there.
- When Emma told Luke "Stop telling people you threw me into the sun", she stood up, in the next shot Emma was sitting, and in the shot after, she was standing again.
- Jessie said her drama teacher gave her a D, but in New York, New Nanny Jessie was said to have straight A's.
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