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"Who da Boss? Lou da Boss!" is the first episode in Season 4 of Bunk'd and the fifty-ninth overall. It premiered on June 20, 2019 to 0.68 million viewers.


It’s a new summer at Camp Kikiwaka as Lou takes over as camper’s director and welcomes new camper Gwen and camp counselors Noah and Ava.


Main Cast


  • This is the first episode of Season 4.
  • This episode filmed on March 20, 2019.
  • In this season, Bunk'd would be considered a standalone season rather than a Jessie spinoff as of this episode because it will no longer feature the Jessie characters.
  • First episode for Noah Lambert, Ava King, and Gwen Flores.
  • This is the first episode to not feature the Rosses, however, all three, Emma, Ravi, and Zuri as well as Gladys were mentioned by name. Additionally, Mrs. Kipling was referenced. Lou also receives a note from Emma.
  • As the production shifted from Hollywood Center Studios to CBS Studio Center, all new sets were constructed. Storywise, Lou explains that a sinkhole swallowed the camp, which was followed by a mudslide, requiring the building of new cabins.
  • Although Israel Johnson's character Noah, plays a counselor, in real life, he is actually younger than Mallory James Mahoney, the actress that plays Destiny.
  • Director Trevor Kirschner, revealed the title of this episode on his website, along with Kikiwaka's Got Talent.
  • In this episode, Ava mentions mole people, first shown and mentioned in Henry Danger and Jessie. Coincidentally, Shelby Simmons guest starred on Henry Danger.
  • When Lou first introduces Noah to Finn and Matteo, Noah says enthusiastically that he was in “Summer Camp Part 6” as “Kid Who Falls Into The Lake”. But, later, in Water Under the Dock, he originally was a Hamburger Cooker in the movie, but was pushed into the lake instead.
  • Noah is the 6th character to almost leave camp the other being Jorge in There No Place Like Camp, Xander in Xander says goodbye, Tiffany in Camp Stinky Waka, Lou in Dog Days of Summer and Griff in Dreams Come True. (However Xander, Tiffany and Griff were forced to leave)


The image gallery for Who da Boss? Lou da Boss! may be viewed here.


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"
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