List of Game Shakers episodes

Game Shakers is an American television sitcom created by Dan Schneider that premiered on Nickelodeon on September 12, 2015. The series revolves around two seventh graders named Babe and Kenzie who start the titular multi-million-dollar title gaming company and take on rap superstar Double G as their business partner. The series also features Triple G, Double G's son, whom the girls hire as a game consultant, and Hudson, who is a test dummy for experiments on games.

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
119September 12, 2015 (2015-09-12)May 21, 2016 (2016-05-21)
2TBASeptember 17, 2016 (2016-09-17)TBA

Episode list

Season 1 (2015–16)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date[1][2]Prod.
U.S. viewers
11"Sky Whale"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowSeptember 12, 2015 (2015-09-12)101–1021.98[3]

After creating a game app called Sky Whale for their science project at Sugar Hill Junior High School (which becomes the number-one game), partners Babe and Kenzie start a game company called Game Shakers with their friend Hudson in Brooklyn. However, rapper Double G decides to sue them after finding out from his lawyer Becker they used his new song in the game with no deal having been made. This leads him, Bunny, Ruthless, Becker, Scottie, and those with Double G to confront Babe and Kenzie at Game Shakers. When Babe and Kenzie are unable to pay Double G even after he crashes their science class, he ends up taking possession of everything in the building, thanks to a court order that he and Becker obtained. In order to make things right and seeing that Triple G likes playing video games, Babe and Kenzie take on Double G as their partner and hire his son Triple G as a game consultant. In the final scene, Double G performs "Drop Dat What" at the grand opening of Game Shakers with Babe and Kenzie joining in.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Ray Ford as Becker, Bubba Ganter as Bunny
22"Lost Jacket, Falling Pigeons"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanSeptember 19, 2015 (2015-09-19)1041.94[4]

When Double G gives the girls cash for Sky Whale's success, Babe buys a new jacket and Kenzie buys a square watermelon. However, Babe later loses her jacket on the subway and looks for it in the subway station's lost and found room. Meanwhile, a flock of pigeons takes over Game Shakers headquarters after Hudson let some of them in through the window.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny
33"Dirty Blob"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Sean Gill & Jana PetrosiniSeptember 26, 2015 (2015-09-26)1051.80[5]

Babe and Kenzie create a new game called Dirty Blob. After the gang tricks Triple G's latest tutor so he can test out Dirty Blob and Kenzie later reveals this to Double G, Double G tells Triple G if he does any more tricks, he'll be kicked out of Game Shakers and will be sent to a boarding school in Utah. However, when Hudson and Triple G decide to play a game and accidentally break Kenzie's laptop along with a copy of Dirty Blob, the gang must sneak into Double G's office to get the last copy of Dirty Blob before he captures them.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich

Note: The Drake & Josh theme song is heard and shown in this episode.
44"MeGo the Freakish Robot"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowOctober 3, 2015 (2015-10-03)1061.44[6]
Miles and Sharon, two people from Robotamus Technologies, a company in London, arrive with a robot named MeGo. MeGo is supposed to give the kids inspiration for their next game, but MeGo obsesses over Hudson and despises Triple G for causing Hudson to leave with him and Double G.
55"Tiny Pickles"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Jake FarrowOctober 10, 2015 (2015-10-10)1031.60[7]

The Game Shakers have a new game ready called Creature Crunch. When they go on The Helen Show due to an available spot upon John Stamos cancelling his guest appearance, Double G says that their new game is Tiny Pickles, a game based on his recent crazy dream. The company tries to make the game, but it looks bad. Double G then revisits The Helen Show after Bunny and Ruthless remove Matt Bennett from the studio to say that Tiny Pickles is fake. Before he can, Babe, Kenzie, Hudson and Triple G come to the show and reveal that they edited Creature Crunch to create Tiny Pickles.

Guest stars: Yvette Nicole Brown as Helen, Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Matt Bennett as himself, Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Bubba Ganter as Bunny
66"Scared Tripless"David KendallDan Schneider & Sean Gill & Jana PetrosiniOctober 24, 2015 (2015-10-24)1081.67[8]
Double G asks Babe and Kenzie to help him scare Triple G on Halloween, but the girls want to reveal these plans to Triple G.
77"Trip Steals the Jet"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanNovember 7, 2015 (2015-11-07)1071.63[9]

The Game Shakers kids borrow Double G's private jet to take Triple G's rich friends Landru and Pompay on a ride while Bunny, Ruthless, and Scottie were sleeping. After the pilots jump out of the jet, the Game Shakers must land the jet themselves. When they land the jet, Landru and Pompay tell Triple G to abandon Babe, Kenzie, and Hudson and to hang out with them instead, but Triple G sticks up for the other Game Shakers and stops hanging out with Landru and Pompay. Afterwards, Babe, Kenzie, Hudson, and Triple G make a run for it to avoid the wrath of Double G.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Jacob Hopkins as Landru, Jackie Jacobson as Pompay
88"Lost on the Subway"David KendallDan Schneider & Jake FarrowNovember 14, 2015 (2015-11-14)1091.31[10]

The Game Shakers create a new game called Punchy Face, which reaches Tekmoto, a game company who requests a meeting with the Game Shakers. Due to a taxi parade, Babe, Kenzie, Triple G, and Hudson must take the subway; however, Hudson forgets the boxing gloves, so Babe and Kenzie send him and Triple G back to retrieve them. Unfortunately, Triple G and Hudson end up getting lost and in trouble with Double G. Double G goes to search for them, leaving Babe and Kenzie to stall the company executives at Tekmoto. Babe later improvises by making boxing gloves out of a bra with bread stuffed inside. Tekmoto is highly impressed and makes a deal with the Game Shakers.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Eugene Kim as Doug, Tohoru Masamune as Alan
99"You Bet Your Bunny"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanNovember 21, 2015 (2015-11-21)1101.66[11]

Babe loses to Todd, a competitive boy, at Sky Whale. By itself it's no big deal; however, a bet was made that if Babe won, Todd would have to ride the subway in his underwear, and if Todd won, Double G would have Bunny work for Todd. Babe later challenges Todd to a rematch, but Todd makes it more interesting when he changes the challenge to a game of chicken fighting with two bear zappers, in which two people carry the challengers on their shoulders while the challengers try to knock each other off. If Babe wins, Todd must return Bunny to the Game Shakers; however, if Todd wins, Kenzie must give Todd her pocket weasel.

Guest stars: Stuart Allan as Todd, Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Grant Palmer as Nate
1010"A Reggae Potato Christmas"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Sean Gill & Jana PetrosiniNovember 28, 2015 (2015-11-28)1111.60[12]

Double G is hosting a Christmas special as Reggae Potato, and the producers invite the Game Shakers to participate in it. However, it all goes wrong when Double G's head catches on fire during the opening number. In order to keep the show going, the children do in the sketches Double G was supposed to appear in. Ruthless and Bunny later stop Double G in the hallway and put a towel over his head, which puts out the fire on his head before reigniting once again; however, they later find Double G again and turn him upside down and put his head in the sand, which puts out the fire again. Double G manages to make it on stage just as the final song is starting. As the song is ending, his head once again reignites.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Brian Dunkleman as Bruce, Bubba Ganter as Bunny
1111"Poison Pie"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanJanuary 9, 2016 (2016-01-09)1131.68[13]

Babe and Kenzie want to make peace with their neighbor after he called the police and complained about the noise they make in the shop. They make him a pie, which causes him to fall ill and call the police on them. Meanwhile, Double G and Triple G go next door to see if anything else could have caused the doctor to fall ill. Babe is forced to taste the peach pie so the police will believe that the pie is not tainted, which leaves Babe scared at first because of an unknown event that caused her to hate peaches. However, when she eats the pie Babe completely forgets her dislike of peaches and ends up liking them. Back at the doctor's office, everyone learns that it was not the pie that nearly killed the doctor, but turtle urine in the cucumber water.

Guest stars: Troy Blendell as Dr. Loeb, Jeremy Rowley as Jerrold, Patrick Robert-Smith as Officer Manly, Dana L. Wilson as Officer Rogers
1212"Party Crashers"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Jake FarrowJanuary 16, 2016 (2016-01-16)1121.58[14]

Babe and Kenzie's plans to hang with Mason are ruined when Bunny and Ruthless crash a birthday party; Double G uses Hudson to make Triple G jealous when Triple G chooses work over hanging out with him.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Tanner Buchanan as Mason, Pam Cook as Mrs. Kendall, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Isabella Blake-Thomas as Peggy
1313"The Girl Power Awards"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Jake FarrowJanuary 23, 2016 (2016-01-23)1161.60[15]

Babe and Kenzie are invited to an awards show, and Triple G and Hudson are sad they can't go, so they dress up like girls. Later at the awards show, Kenzie realizes that the boys are only using this to meet girls. When Babe and Kenzie tie with another pair of girls for the New Business Girls category, the boys want them to wrestle for the trophy. Babe and Kenzie make a plan with the other girls and as they're about to wrestle each other, they change direction and attack the boys. Just then, Double G, Bunny, and Ruthless arrive and Double G states that it's not the girls' job to teach the boys a lesson, it's Bunny and Ruthless's job.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Tyler Carney as Tyler, Kylierae Condon as Abby, Patrick Faulkner as Stewart, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Eden McCoy as Crystal, Haley Powell as Jodi
1414"A Job for Jimbo"Nathan KressDan Schneider & Sean Gill & Jana PetrosiniJanuary 30, 2016 (2016-01-30)1151.80[16]

Double G is looking forward to doing a duet with a legendary singer named Diana DeVane. In exchange for this offer, she has Double G have Babe, Kenzie, and Hudson hire her step-grandson Jimbo to work for them. Unfortunately, Jimbo proves to be incompetent at every job Babe and Kenzie give him.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Justin Giddings as Jimbo, Indira G. Wilson as Diana DeVane
1515"Shark Explosion"Nathan KressDan Schneider & Seth KurlandFebruary 6, 2016 (2016-02-06)1181.54[17]

Triple G's mother Jackie is coming over to take him to see fireworks on the family yacht; however, Double G has issues with her and refuses to see her, going as far as to call her a monster, and leaves Game Shakers after coming in there and scaring the children. Later, when Double G also wants to take the yacht to fish for giant squid and discovers Jackie is also on it, he becomes irritated. According to Jackie, though, they both have custody of the yacht and whoever wants to use it must email some company one week in advanced. This is even confirmed by Bunny and Ruthless looking at an iPad, but Double G just throws it overboard. Babe comes up with a plan so everyone wins in that Double G, Bunny, and Ruthless can fish on the way to the fireworks. Later, when Double G learns that a mega-shark that he heard washed ashore earlier is going to be blown up, he insists that Captain Green takes them to Fire Island, despite a warning on the radio to stay at least one mile away because the mega-shark will be filled with a lot of dynamite. When Captain Green refuses, Double G has Ruthless tie him up and takes over the boat. Due to the sudden increase in speed, however, a kite that Hudson tied to Kenzie's ankle earlier when he had to urinate goes up in the air and starts to pull Kenzie with it due to Kenzie being a proof suit. Babe and Bunny manage to hold her in place while Triple G gets a knife and cuts the kite loose. This makes Hudson sad who calls the police to report a missing kite named Hank, which causes confusion at first when the operator believes it is an actual person. Meanwhile, the yacht is too close to the blast radius and everyone is in danger as shark chunks start flying down. Everyone manages to avoid or shelter themselves from the chunks, except for Double G, who refuses to move. A shark chunk then hits Double G in the back of the head, causing him to fall into the water. Ruthless tries to throw a flotation device to him, but throws it too far. Jackie them jumps in and saves in, but almost pushes him back him when he refuses to thank her. However, Hudson's kite appears and knocks Double G back into the water, causing Jackie to have to save him again since she is already wet.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, David L. King as Captain Green, Amanda Payton as Jackie
1616"Nasty Goats"David KendallDan Schneider & Seth KurlandFebruary 20, 2016 (2016-02-20)1141.68[18]

The Game Shakers find that a hacker has set up their new game, Nasty Goats, online before it has been released. They find that the hacker lives in Alaska and take a trip there. They find a young boy named Lance has hacked the website and he won't take it down unless they get him a date to eat macaroni and cheese with local weather forecaster Sophia Sanchez. The Game Shakers take him to the news station and Sophia and Double G flirt. Double G then lands an interview on the news and promotes Nasty Goats. They ask Sophia to have a date with Lance and eat macaroni and cheese and she agrees. Upon the news of this reaching Kenzie, she brings Lance along while Hudson, Bunny, and Ruthless stay behind to watch Lance's grandmother. Babe and Triple G's plans are foiled when Sophia has to go report in a snowstorm causing Babe to get into Sophia's dressing room to pose as her. Triple G then break Lance's glasses and pass Babe off as Sophia, as Lance can't see without his glasses. His glasses are then fixed and realizes it's Babe. Kenzie then manages to get Lance to take down the "Nasty Goats" game.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Hilty Bowen as Sophia Sanchez, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Elisha Henig as Lance, Annie O'Donnell as Nanners
1717"Babe's Fake Disease"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Sean Gill & Jana PetrosiniFebruary 27, 2016 (2016-02-27)1191.44[19]

Kenzie takes Babe to her coding club dinner at Fooders and Babe falls for coding master Scott. They then flirt and it leads to them beginning to date. They go on a date the next night, and Babe sees that he is not her type. She goes back to Game Shakers, where, after an app predicted that Triple G will go bald when he is older, the boys are giving him a treatment to make sure that doesn't happen. Babe finds out that Scott transferred into her science class to be with her more and wants to fake a disease so he will break up with her. The next day, Babe falls asleep in class and Kenzie tells them not to wake her because she has "Sleep Violence Disorder", where if anybody with this gets woken up, they will start sleep violence. Scott wakes her, and she throws him to the ground and throws Kenzie out of the classroom window. They then break up after Babe breaks Scott's collarbone.

Guest stars: Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Anders Westlund as Scott
1818"The Diss Track"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanMarch 5, 2016 (2016-03-05)1171.41[20]

Double G learns that his rival Big Vicious has released a diss track towards him. This causes Double G to retaliate with his own diss track, leading Big Vicious to come to Brooklyn to get revenge on Double G even after he called his dog fat with the dog also bring brought along. During this time, Double G is served by Bunny's grandmother at the time when Bunny and Ruthless go on a dude cruise as she is very late at bringing his food. During the fight between Double G and Big Vicious, it was discovered that Big Vicious' dog was pregnant as the Game Shakers enlist a local veterinarian named Dr. Jenkins to help the dog deliver her puppies. After Bunny and Ruthless return from the dude cruise the same time when Double G and Big Vicious make peace, it turned out that the old lady that has been serving Double G wasn't Bunny's grandmother as the old lady runs off.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Harley Morenstein as Big Vicious, Darin Toonder as Dr. Jenkins
1919"Revenge @ Tech Fest"
"Revenge at Tech Fest"
Mike CaronDan Schneider & Jake FarrowMay 21, 2016 (2016-05-21)998-601.73[21]

While introducing their new game OctoPie, the Game Shakers suddenly learn that one of Double G's enemies has returned for revenge.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Dan Gauthier as Dr. Levitz, Bob Glouberman as Dr. Kotch, Molly Jackson as Jenna, Sydney Mikayla as Shelby

Season 2 (2016)

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201"Armed & Coded"Mike CaronDan Schneider & Jake FarrowSeptember 17, 2016 (2016-09-17)2041.56[23]

When Mason comes to the Game Shakers in order to learn how to code, Babe frantically begs Kenzie to teach him as part of her attempt to seduce him. Meanwhile, Hudson and Triple G challenge each other to drink bass milk, while Double G's trionic right arm goes out of control.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Tanner Buchanan as Mason, Dan Gauthier as Dr. Levitz, Bob Glouberman as Dr. Kotch
212"Secret Level"Russ ReinselDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanSeptember 24, 2016 (2016-09-24)1231.57[24]
Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Tanner Buchanan as Mason, Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Bubba Ganter as Bunny
223"The Very Old Finger"David KendallDan Schneider & Jake FarrowOctober 1, 2016 (2016-10-01)1201.36[25]
Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Lisa Foiles as Mrs. Carlton, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Jaime Moyer as Brenda
234"Buck the Magic Rat"David KendallDan Schneider & Richard GoodmanOctober 8, 2016 (2016-10-08)1211.61[26]
Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Brian Kimmet as Walton Groats
245"Baby Hater"Steve HoeferDan Schneider & Jake FarrowNovember 5, 2016 (2016-11-05)2071.43[27]
Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Todd Bosley as Teague
256"Byte Club"David KendallDan Schneider & Jake FarrowNovember 12, 2016 (2016-11-12)1221.75[28]
Guest stars: Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Donis Leonard, Jr. as Scud, Dre Swain as Roz
267"Babe's Bench"Adam WeissmanDan Schneider & Jake FarrowNovember 19, 2016 (2016-11-19)2011.85[29]

Babe buys a bench to advertise Game Shakers, but the Game Shakers find out that the bench only attracts strangers, so they come up with a plan to protect the bench by watching it. Meanwhile, Double G tries to get a part in the movie "The Three Dingbats", only to find out that he's voicing the character, not playing it. Later, the Game Shakers take the bench to their office instead of leaving it outside.

Guest stars: Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Justin Chu Cary as Lumpy, Antony Del Rio as Sausage, Moses Haughton, Jr. as Hatchit, Philip AJ Smithey as Joe, Damon Standifer as Stumpy


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