Exclusive First Look: Cheri Oteri Gives Jessie a Painful Lesson in... Quidditch?

DEBBY RYAN, CHERI OTERIAs Phil Dunphy might say, this week’s episode of Disney Channel’s Jessie, guest-starring Saturday Night Live alum Cheri Oteri, is a bit Quiddiculous — and TVLine has a first look.

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In “Teacher’s Pest” (airing Friday at 8:30/7:30c), Zuri has problems with a teacher (Oteri) at school, so Jessie (Debby Ryan) decides to volunteer in the classroom to size up the sitch.

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Alas in doing so, the supernanny must become versed in the teach’s very special version of… playground Quidditch? Press PLAY to watch Jessie get “swept” away by the zany rules, Hogwarts and all.

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  1. madhatter360 says:

    Quidditch is a real sport. Many colleges and universities have teams. There’s even an International Quidditch Association. The 6th annual Quidditch world cup in is April.

  2. JessieB says:

    Sure is! And, ironically enough, Joey Richter of “A Very Potter Musical”/Starkid fame has been in a few episodes of “Jessie.”

  3. Julie says:

    I knew there was a reason why I, I mean my son, likes this show. Quidditch! :)

  4. That’s like…Quidditch played by a Muggle who has never read the books, seen the movies, or watched Muggle Quidditch. In other words, not even Quidditch but someone just bought a broom from Alivan’s, sewed a cape (we don’t wear capes anymore) to their jersey, and called it Quidditch. You can’t call a potato a kitten, it just doesn’t work. But you CAN name your kitten Potato, but I can’t promise he’s going to answer to it.

  5. Jason says:

    This is not an accurate representation, however, of the sport played by many teams across the country and the world as part of the International Quidditch Association.

  6. anelso43 says:

    As an actual quidditch player with a lot of passion for the sport, I’m left feeling pretty sick to my stomach at this blatant mockery. This isn’t accurate at all, and it’s ridiculously disrespectful.

  7. megabyterose says:

    How offensive. People actually play Quidditch and I’ve watched it. It’s intense and exciting!

  8. Rose says:

    Quidditch players are actually athletes.http://www.internationalquidditch.org/

  9. Fuzzy ChaiChi says:

    This right here is why nest to no-one respects Disney anymore – blatantly mocking a piece of modern culture that actually teaches kids far more about friendship and believing in themselves than all of Disney’s newer shows put together!! On top of that, implying that the readers/watchers of the Harry Potter series are losers with no friends, thereby discouraging younger readers from wanting to read one of the best written pieces of literature I have found, is disgustingly disgraceful.
    If this was meant as a joke by the writers of the show, I hope they understand their mistake, and the disrespect they have shown to millions of people, just in this 32 second clip, and perhaps do their research next time?