Your karma is dirtier than the back of Mr. Kipling's cage...after Taco Tuesday.
Ravi talking to Luke
“Used Karma”
Season 1, Episode 3
Air Date

October 14, 2011

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Chris Kula &
Eric Schaar


Bob Koherr

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Used Karma is the third episode in the first season of JESSIE. It first aired on October 14, 2011.


Jessie goes out to the park with Tony, the doorman of the building, and Emma believes that he might be in love with her, giving her dating advice from her magazine, Leopard Beat. Luke and Zuri prank Ravi. Fed up, he tells them about karma and how they're going to get punished if they keep playing with him.


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Luke: (looking through telescope) “Eww! Bertram! Put on a shirt!”
Luke: First, pigeon poop? Now, bloodthirsty squirrels? Maybe Ravi's right. This is bad karma. The universe is out to destroy me!"
Bertram: "Now, will that be happening before dinner? Because I need to get a head count."
Zuri: "Wow. He is one sound sleeper." (watching Ravi sleep)
Luke: "He looks so peaceful. I don't like it."
Jessie: I learned back in Texas to never date someone you work with.
Emma: (sarcastically) Did you get your heart broken by a rodeo clown?
Jessie: How do I look?
Zuri: Like Cinderella... (whispering to Emma) ..before the Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo!
Jessie: Luke, are you taking a shower on the terrace?
Luke: Of course not, that would be stupid, I'm cleaning my Karma.


  • This was the second episode to be filmed, but it aired third.
  • In this episode, the penthouse theatre room is shown for the first time.
  • This episode got 3.9 million views on the premiere.
  • Emma's favorite magazine, Leopard Beat is a parody of the famous magazine called Tiger Beat.


  • When it first shows Luke standing out in the rain, his hair appears to be dry - but right before Bertram pulls the blinds down, he is completely wet.
  • In the scene where pigeons poop on Luke, through the door his hands are up in the air, but when the camera goes to Ravi through the door, his hands are down.
  • When Emma is reading her magazine, you can tell they made the cover using a computer system and ripped out pages of "Pop Star" magazine to make the prop. If you look closely, you can see a page poster that has the Pop Star logo in the top right corner.