Emma and Xander are forced to make some tough decisions when his dad wants him to leave camp for football training. Meanwhile, Emma, Ravi and Lou put him through some drills.
When Xander starts receiving phone calls at camp, Emma is concerned that he may be cheating on her. It turns out Xander needs to leave camp early to begin football practice at his high school, and his father, Gerald, is picking him up to take him home. Lou and Ravi do some training with Xander before he reveals to them and Emma that football doesn't make him happy and that he is doing this only to please his father. Emma, Lou and Ravi devise a plan so Xander can stand up to his father, which fails. Emma then makes Gerald see that Xander doesn't like football, which leads Gerald and Xander to talk more about it and allows Xander to stay at camp.
Meanwhile, Zuri and Tiffany are accusing each other of taking their stuff—Zuri's Tablet and Tiffany's violin—but Gladys reveals that she confiscated them because tablets aren't allowed at camp and Tiffany's violin playing has been annoying everyone. When the girls attempt to recover their stuff in Gladys' cabin, they see something really disturbing regarding Morgan and Christina, so Zuri blackmails Gladys into giving back their confiscated stuff.
- Peyton List as Emma Ross
- Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross
- Karan Brar as Ravi Ross
- Miranda May as Lou
- Kevin G. Quinn as Xander McCormick
- Nina Lu as Tiffany
- This is the season 1 finale.
- We find out Xander's last name, McCormick.
- In Zuri's drawing she holds in her first encounter with Tiffany, if you look closely, you can see her portrayer's name, Skai Jackson, in the upper right hand corner. This means Skai actually drew that.
- We find out that Gladys has a shrine for Morgan and rips of doll body parts as to represent Christina.
- Zuri mentions the viral video "Monkey Sniffing Its Own Butt." This video was mentioned several times in JESSIE.
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The transcript for Xander Says Goodbye may be viewed here.
- July 31, 2016 (Israel)
- September 18, 2016 (Latin America, Brazil)