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Bizaardvark season 3←Bizaardvark season 2
Bizaardvark season 3 episodes list:
Paige and Frankie and all the other Vuuglers are excited by Liam's newest idea--Vuugle House a place where they can all live and film their videos.
Amelia eagerly anticipates reuniting with her beloved younger sibling, Sara, but the girl that arrives, "Willow," is hardly the little sister she remembers.
Paige and Frankie attempt to bring order to the chaos that is the Vuugle House household.
Paige and Frankie vie with Zane and Rodney to represent Vuugle House on Rory Finch's No Way Whoa! program, meanwhile no one notices Amelia and Bernie are trapped in the basement.
To reassure Willow that they are as close as sisters as they ever were, Amelia joins her protest of tree-sitting in an endangered tree.
When an accident befalls Frankie's assigned Summer School teacher, Principal Karen steps in.
When the gang forgets to buy candy for trick-or-treaters, they each take turns telling scary Halloween stories to make the kids forget about candy.
Paige and Frankie, along with their fellow video-blogging buddies, create a series of zany holiday-themed sketches and fun videos.
When Horse Face Guy announces he has contacted Roman Winwood to produce a special that will reveal all his secrets, his fellow Vuuglers are excited, but only Bernie senses that something is amiss.
Amelia convinces Bernie that he has written a hit song and arranges for producer Roman Winwood to hear it. Paige and Frankie realize they can use Willow's cuteness to get their chores done.
Paige suggests Bernie, Zane and Rodney form a band in order to relieve tensions in the house.
When Paige and Willow have unforseen problems with their granola stand at the Farmer's Market, Amelia's advice to unify them instead drives them completely apart.
Bernie is stressed out when he learns that his older, "more accomplished" cousin Ernie Plotz is visiting the Vuuugle House.
When Bernie and Zane ask Paige and Frankie to give them feedback on their magic tricks, the girls decide to put their opposing views to the test.
Principal Karen decides to move into the Vuuugle House. Meanwhile, Amelia and Bernie recruit Zane and Rodney to order the special pancake plate from the local diner's kids-only menu.
Paige and Frankie decide to give a younger Vuugler advice on his love life.
When Frankie gets Paige tossed off the school acapella group, the girls decide to attempt to form their own group.
After Paige pushes Frankie to pursue her ambition of performing stand-up, the pair find themselves on opposite sides of a live "Comedy Diss Battle."
While Paige and Frankie deal with pre-teen "BizRipOffs" Tiffany and Mallory, Amelia enlists Bernie to help her arrange Willow meeting her favorite superhero, Lady Lightning.
Awkward elder romance is in the air when Bernie's Grandma Roz meets Amelia and Willow's dad, Red. Meanwhile Frankie's driving skills are less than impressive.
Feeling nostalgic, Paige and Frankie agree to Roman Winwood's pitch to travel to NYC and shoot a TV series about their lives.