Grab the tissues – the series finale of Jessie is just a few days away.
We’ve enlisted the cast to write their fans and characters goodbye letters before it all ends. Check out Kevin Chamberlin‘s here:
Four years. Hundreds of stories. Thousands of script pages. Tens of thousands of rehearsal hours. Millions of laughs. When they arrived at Hollywood Center Studios, their voices were high and squeaky. Their talent was raw, pure and innocent. By episode 101, they were seasoned actors with the world out in front of them.
They taught me how to be a kid again. How to find the 5-year old inside me, playing in the sandbox.
They taught me how to be silly again.
They taught me patience.
They taught me how to Dougie.
They are a part of my family – and will be for the rest of my life. I’m not going to say I miss them, because we’ll see each other often. I’ll cheer them on with their successes, attend their weddings and maybe even be a surrogate grandpa to their kids.
I’ll miss Bertram. I’ll miss his cooking utensils. I’ll miss the vest and bowtie. I’ll miss the lizard. I’ll even miss the gags. Most of them. That one episode where I got crammed into a locker dressed as an elf – I still have claustrophobic nightmares about that one. And the dunk tank at the central park fair. Dunk tanks are not my friend.
I’ll miss Pamela Eels, the creator of the show – and all of the brilliant writers who toiled into the night, writing jokes and gags that will entertain families for generations to come.
I’ll miss the crew behind the scenes who worked so hard to made us all look good.
If I’m feeling nostalgic, it’s always nice to know I can turn on the Disney Channel and catch a rerun and relive all of the memories. And all of the laughs.
I was asked by Pam to write a song for an episode where Peyton and I perform in a musical. I was inspired by my four year journey and penned this song that sums up my Jessie experience.
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