List of The Famous Jett Jackson episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the Disney Channel Original Series, The Famous Jett Jackson.

Overview[edit]

Season Number Of Episodes Premiere Date Finale Date
Season One 13 October 25, 1998 March 14, 1999
Season Two 26 August 22, 1999 June 3, 2000
Season Three 26 June 17, 2000 June 22, 2001

Season One: 1998-1999[edit]

Series Number Season Number Episode Title Premiere Date Production Code
1 1 Going Up! October 25, 1998 101
2 2 Who's The Man November 1, 1998 102
3 3 Vootle-Muck-A-Heev[1] November 8, 1998 103
4 4 Close Encounters November 15, 1998 104
5 5 Hurricane Jules November 22, 1998 105
6 6 Switcheroo November 29, 1998 106
7 7 Front Page January 13, 1999 107
8 8 Special FX-Ation January 27, 1999 108
9 9 The Famous Stone Gold February 10, 1999 109
10 10 Kiss And Tell February 24, 1999 110
11 11 JB's Big Break March 3, 1999 111
12 12 Bottom's Up March 10, 1999 112
13 13 Hot Dog March 31, 1999 113

Season Two: 1999-2000[edit]

Series Number Season Number Episode Title Premiere Date Production Code
14 1 Field Of Dweebs August 22, 1999 205
15 2 Premiere August 29, 1999 206
16 3 A Tragedy In Two Parts September 3, 1999 201
17 4 Popularity September 10, 1999 204
18 5 County Fair September 17, 1999 207
19 6 Things That Fly September 24, 1999 203
20 7 Hawk October 1, 1999 209
21 8 Ghost Dance October 8, 1999 202
22 9 Bunk October 15, 1999 210
23 10 Par For The Course October 22, 1999 208
24 11 Saving Mr. Dupree November 5, 1999 211
25 12 New York November 12, 1999 218
26 13 Spirit November 26, 1999 212
27 14 What Money Can't Buy December 10, 1999 213
28 15 On The Reel January 7, 2000 217
29 16 Grades January 14, 2000 215
30 17 Date January 21, 2000 214
31 18 Behind The Scenes January 28, 2000 216
32 19 Voices February 11, 2000 226
33 20 Spreading Wings February 18, 2000 219
34 21 Eye Of The Beholder February 25, 2000 220
35 22 Day Trip March 10, 2000 221
36 23 Something To Prove March 17, 2000 224
37 24 Pride March 24, 2000 223
38 25 Bank Robbery March 31, 2000 225
39 26 What You Wish For April 7, 2000 222

Season Three: 2000-2001[edit]

Series Number Season Number Episode Title Premiere Date Production Code
40 1 Step Up June 17, 2000 304
41 2 Something In The Air June 24, 2000 303
42 3 Business As Usual July 1, 2000 305
43 4 Hello, Goodbye July 8, 2000 302
44 5 Great Expectations July 15, 2000 307
45 6 Age Old Story July 22, 2000 301
46 7 Pledge Of Allegiance August 5, 2000 308
47 8 Extra Credit August 12, 2000 309
48 9 Heroes August 19, 2000 311
49 10 Detention September 9, 2000 312
50 11 Wheels September 16, 2000 310
51 12 Beauregard's Beach Bash September 23, 2000 314
52 13 Truth September 30, 2000 316
53 14 Survival Of The Fittest October 21, 2000 320
54 15 Vote Of Confidence November 3, 2000 306
55 16 Backstage Pass December 8, 2000 313
56 17 The Perfect Day December 29, 2000 317
57 18 Lost And Found February 2, 2001 319
58 19 Food For Thought March 2, 2001 315
59 20 Battle Of Wilsted March 16, 2001 321
60 21 M.O.M. May 11, 2001 323
61 22 Awakenings Part One May 18, 2001 325
62 23 Awakenings Part Two May 25, 2001 326
63 24 Hotline June 1, 2001 322
64 25 The Game June 17, 2001 318
65 26 Holly June 22, 2001 324

Film[edit]

Series Number Title Writer(s) Director Premiere Date
Film Jett Jackson: The Movie Bruce Kalish Shawn Levy June 8, 2001 (2001-06-08)
Jett Jackson (Lee Thompson Young), the young star who plays the title character in the television series Silverstone, considers quitting the show after it is given a three-year extension. His announcement to this effect makes many people angry, because the series provided employment to a significant number of people in his home town, Wilsted, North Carolina. During the filming of what may be the last episode in the series, Jett is accidentally sucked into Silverstone's world when a prop malfunctions. Silverstone is zapped into Jett's world as well. In Silverstone's world, Jett has to save the world from Dr. Kragg's evil plans. Meanwhile, in Wilsted, the orphaned spy Silverstone discovers what it is like to have a relatively normal home and family. He confides in Jett's "Nana", who has already realized that Silverstone is not Jett. Over the course of their respective experiences, Jett and Silverstone each learn to appreciate what they had. Eventually they find a way to switch places again. After learning that Silverstone is destined to die due to his leaving the show, Jett returns to Silverstone's world and saves him from Kragg and together the two defeat the villain. The two discuss Jett's decision before he leaves and Jett realizes that being Silverstone is part of who he is and he can't change that. Upon arriving home, Jett announces that he will continue to appear in the television series. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Famous Jett Jackson - Season 1, Episode 3: Vootle-Muck-a-Heev". TV.com. 1998-11-08. Retrieved 2012-08-05.