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"Lou's Still the Boss, But Now There's a Ross" is the first episode in Season 5 of Bunk'd and the eighty-ninth overall. It premiered on January 15, 2021 to 0.61 million viewers.


Plot

Camp director Lou, counselors Ava and Noah and campers Destiny, Matteo and Finn are delighted when Emma, fresh from her glamorous career as a fashion designer in Milan, pays a surprise visit to Camp Kikiwaka. Meanwhile Noah, Finn and Matteo think that the ghost is haunting their cabin.

Cast

Main Cast

Special Guest Star

Guest Cast

  • River Drosche as Paul

Trivia

  • This is the first episode of Season 5.
  • First episode in the new time slot, 7:30 pm on Friday nights.
  • This is the first episode to premiere in 2021.
  • The episode preceded the series premiere of Secrets of Sulphur Springs.
  • This is Emma's first appearance since Up, Up and Away back in Season 3. This is also Emma's final appearance in the show
    • This also marks Emma's final appearance in the Jessie franchise
    • This is also the final appearance of a character from the first 3 seasons of Bunk'd as well as the last appearance of a character from Jessie.
  • Noah and Ava meet Emma for the first time.
  • This is the first season premiere to not be aired in the summer.
  • Starting with this episode, the end credits plays after the last scene of the episode; Disney Channel airings have the credits play during the last scene of the episode.
  • We can see that Shelby Simmons, who plays Ava, changed her hair.
  • This is one of few episodes to not premiere on DisneyNOW the same day it aired.
  • Ravi is mentioned by Lou as having been to Mars, and Ava reveals him to be the namesake of a nearby ravine.
  • Lou mentions Emma's letter from Who da Boss? Lou da Boss!.
  • Emma references her mother.
  • Ava mentions how the camp burned down in We Didn't Start the Fire, Emma buying the camp in We Can't Bear It! and leaving to follow her dreams in Up, Up and Away.
  • It is revealed that Camp Kikiwaka has Firefly and Moth cabins, which are jokes of fireflies having bright lights and moths running into windows.
  • Chef Jeff is mentioned, Lou had an emergency breakfast plan if Emma ever returned to Kikiwaka codenamed "Blonde Emma's here", referencing her infamous blond hair.
  • Destiny explains that Gwen couldn't come back to camp till next summer. She also asks Emma to contact Gwen to offer tips on living in a big city till she will come back.
  • Noah says that he got new lobes.
  • Lou's cartwheels were actually performed by ​​​Taylor Krasne who double for Miranda May in the episode.
  • Real Life Celebrities Emma Namedrops:
    • Chris Evans
    • Barack Obama
    • Oprah Winfrey
    • Beyoncé
    • Beyoncé's husband (Jay Z)
    • J-Lo (Jennifer Lopez)
    • Rihanna
    • Lady Gaga
  • It is likely that Emma was pulling a prank on Noah, Matteo, and Finn about the ghost story since the cabin isn't the same so it's possible she made the sign before they arrived at camp.

Gallery

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The image gallery for Lou's Still the Boss, But Now There's a Ross may be viewed here.


Videos

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References

Episodes
Season 1
"Welcome to Camp Kikiwaka • "Gone Girl" • "Camp Rules" • "Smells Like Camp Spirit" • "The Ones That Got Away" • Can You Hear Me Now" • "Friending with the Enemy" • "Waka, Waka, Waka!" • "Secret Santa" • "Counselors' Night Off" • There's No Place Like Camp" • "Luke's Back" • "No Escape" • "Close Encounters of the Camp Kind" • "Crafted and Shafted" • Boo Boos and Birthdays" • "For Love and Money" • "Love is for the Birds" • "Bride and Doom" • "Live From Camp Kikiwaka" • "Xander Says Goodbye"
Season 2
"Griff is in the House!" • "Dance in My Pants" • "Zuri Has a Little Lamb" • "Zuri Weasels Out" • "Queen of Screams" • "Luke Out Below" • "Camp Kiki-Slasher" • "Treehouse of Terror" • "Tidal Wave" • "Fog'd In" • "How the Griff Stole Christmas" • "Food Fight" • "Mother May I? • "Mud Fight" • "Dog Days of Summer" • "Bad Dog!" • "Camp Stinky Waka" • "Cabin vs. Cabin" • "Dreams Come True" • "We Didn't Start the Fire" • "The Great Escape"
Season 3
"We Can't Bear It!" • "Let's Bounce!" • "Take the Cake" • "O Sister, Where Art Thou?" • "Cav'd In" • "By All Memes" • "A Whole Lotta Lobsta" • "No Bones About It" • "Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper" • "Reversal of Fortune" • "Game of Totems" • "Toilets and Tiaras" • "Bungle in the Jungle • "Gruel and Unusual Punishment" • "It's a Blast!" • "Up, Up and Away"
Season 4
"Who da Boss? Lou da Boss!" • "Kikiwaka's Got Talent" • "Yes, Lies and Tower Escape" • "An Udder Disaster" • "Hot Spring Friend Machine" • "Water Under the Dock" • "In Your Wildest Screams" • "Inn Trouble" • "Lake Rancid" • "Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place" • "Mo-Squito Mo Problems" • "Sore Lou-ser" • "Lone Wolf" • "Serfs Up-rising" • "Summer Winter Wonderland" • "Cramped Champions" • "A Tale of Two Stackers" • "Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat" • "Snow Cups and Fisticuffs" • "The S'more, The S'merrier" • "Lava at First Sight" • "Town and Clown Relations" • "Whisper Toots" • "My Fairy Lady" • "Party Pooper" • "Squatters' Fights" • "Three Stars and a Baby" • "Manic Moose Day" • "Breaking Barb" • "Raven About Bunk’d"
Season 5
"Lou's Still the Boss, But Now There's a Ross" • "Rise of the Machine" • "R.V. Having Fun Yet?" • "Tentacle Difficulties" • "Luck of the Chuck" • "Look Who's Squawking" • "Raucous Science" • "Baton-man Begins" • "Everyone's Trap'd" • "Pop Pop Poppin' In" • "Roll Models" • "Gi Whiz" • "Dancin' Up a Storm" • "Out of the Doghouse" • "The Great Awkward Bake-Off" • "I Won't Let You Clown" • "Crushin' It" • "Camp Creepy-Waka" • "A Star is Torn" • "Moose Queens and Possum Kings" • "Frien'ds Forever"
Season 6
"Learning the Ropes" • "Never a Dull Moo-ment" • "Worst Aid" • "Wrecks Marks the Spot" • "The Truth Will Sweat You Free" • "Where the Buffalo Betties Roam" • "A Recipe for Disaster" • "Back in the Saddle"
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