Good Luck Charlie

Disney Channel (ended 2014)
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  • show Description
  • This show is about the Duncan family and how their lives are turned upside down with the arrival of a new baby. Teddy, Gabe and P.J. Duncan must care for Charlie Duncan while their parents are busy.

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 20

    Goodbye Charlie

    Aired 2/16/14

  • S 4 : Ep 19

    Down a Tree

    Aired 1/26/14

  • S 4 : Ep 18


    Aired 1/19/14

  • S 4 : Ep 17

    Good Luck Jessie: NY Christmas

    Aired 11/29/13

  • S 4 : Ep 16

    Bob's Beau-Be-Gone

    Aired 11/10/13

  • Cast & Crew
  • Leigh-Allyn Baker

    Amy Duncan

  • Eric Allan Kramer

    Bob Duncan

  • Bridgit Mendler

    Teddy Duncan

  • Jason Dolley

    P.J. Duncan

  • Bradley Steven Perry

    Gabe Duncan

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (10)

    • Bob: (to Amy) Honey, you seem to have forgotten that I was fully involved in the raising of three kids. Gabe: Oh yeah? When's my birthday? Bob: July 12th. Gabe: November 23rd.

    • Teddy: (singing to Charlie) Hush little baby, go beddie-bye, Teddy wants to kiss the real cute guy.

    • Emmett: So why are you hitting on my girlfriend? Spencer: She's not your girlfriend. Emmett: Then maybe you and I need to step outside! (Spencer stands up. He is at least a foot taller than Emmett) Emmett: So you can walk me to my bike!

    • Spencer: Look, I'm sorry I got so caught up with Emmett and the dancing. I kind of liked the way things were going before then. Teddy: Yeah, me too, ya know! But I'm glad we got to go to the dance together. I mean, I was a little nervous because Ivy said my window was closing and then Lauren Sandoval almost asked you, then Ivy and Emmett showed up at my house, and I was like "Oh no, how is this going to work?", and I just... (Spencer kisses Teddy) Teddy: (in awe) That was a really nice way of telling me to shut up!

    • Teddy: (into the camera) If I go down, I'm taking you with me. Good luck, Charlie.

    • (Charlie is making a mess while eating her birthday cake.) Gabe: Sure, when she does it, it's adorable. When I do it, it's wrong. Teddy: That's because we were at a restaurant and it wasn't your cake.

    • Bob: (handing a camera to Carla) Do you mind taking a picture? Thank you! Carla: What's the baby's name? Amy: Charlotte. Teddy: Oh! Mama, can we call her Charlie? Amy: Charlie? Oh, I love it. Carla: (getting ready to take the picture) Quite a family you got there. Good luck Charlie!

    • Amy: Teddy, I've had a temporary crown since I was pregnant...with you!

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    Notes (17)

    • In an effort to stir up early interest in the show, Disney released "Study Date" on March 19th, 2010 as a free download for iTunes customers.

    • Song featured during this episode: You'll Never Face it Alone sung by Bridgit Mendler

    • International Air Dates: Poland on November 13th, 2010

    • This episode was originally suppose to air on April 17th, 2011. It was moved up two days in order to be a lead in for the Disney Channel Original Movie, Lemonade Mouth.

    • Song featured during this episode: Break Out sung by Margaret Durante and Hot Rush

    • This episode debuted on the Disney Channel website a week before its Television premiere.

    • Production Crew/Behind the Scenes Staff:

      Honore Satowas credited as the Studio Teacher

    • Songs featured during this episode:

      America the Beautifulsung by Ellia English

      My Country, 'Tis of Thee (America) sung by Ellia English

      Alouette sung by Leigh-Allyn Baker

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    Trivia (22)

    • Goof: P.J. and Gabe try to get rid of Mrs. Dabney's underwear before she returns and it ends up landing inside the fireplace. Moments later it's in front of the fireplace, but when the trunk is opened, it's back inside the fireplace.

    • The soap storyline Mrs. Dabney was watching is the death of Adam Newman on the "Young and the Restless". Adam stole Sharon Collin's newborn baby girl and gave her to a woman who's baby he accidentily murdered. Adam married Sharon a few months later. Sharon's nemesis, Phyllis, became suspisious of Adam and investigated. She realized the truth and went to Sharon. Adam fled, but later returned. He picked up the baby Sharon just got back and forced her to listen to what he had to say. The baby's father, Nick, burst in and chased Adam away. Adam was later found dead in the basement.

    • Goof: While Bob is talking to Teddy in the kitchen, the bottle of apple juice switches places on the table. It goes from the middle of the table, then next to Teddy and back to the middle of the table again.

    • Amy was the high school mascot and Bob was on the basketball team.

    • This is the only episode where Teddy does not say "Good Luck Charlie" at the end of the video diary segment.

    • Goof: The position of the mints and soda bottle in Teddy's hand changes as she gives them to Gabe.

    • Goof: Charlie is playing with the helicopter while she is sitting in a pink play chair, but the exact same chair is in the background by the steps as Bob and Gabe fight off the helicopter.

    • Goof: During the episode, several people comment that Teddy's monster get-up is a Frankenstein costume. However, Frankenstein was the name of the scientist who created the monster and not the monster itself.

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    Allusions (7)

    • Episode Title: Baby Come Back In 1977, a band by the name of Player released a single called Baby Come Back. The song became an instant hit with radio listeners, who would often call in and request that the tune be played in honor of a sweetheart they had broken up with.

    • Mrs. Dabney: (about P.J. and Gabe) They should make a soap opera about you two, The Young and the Clueless! On March 26, 1973, CBS premiered a soap opera called The Young and the Restless. The show follows the Newman, Abbott and Chancellor families as they go through the triumphs and tribulations of life in Genoa City.

    • Episode Title: The Curious Case of Mr. Dabney In 1922, Colliers Magazine printed a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald called The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The tale was set during the 1800's and it focused on a baby who was born with the appearance and intellect of a seventy year old man, but the older the boy grew, the more youthful his mind and body became. The story was made into a movie that starred Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchette in 2008.

    • Greek Mythology Note when Teddy is wearing the ram head while training with her mother she is standing on a carpet with a maze pattern. This is an allusion to the Greek legend of the Minotaur in the labyrinth. This plays directly into the theme of the episode.

    • Emmett: I saw you change your online status from in a relationship to dumped. On the social networking websites Facebook and MySpace, you can post if you are single, dating, married or divorced on your profile page. During the 2000's, it became common for someone to update their relationship status on their profile, before informing family and friends of the news.

    • Ivy: That was Irvin, on the sousaphone, playing believe it or not...Party In the USA Party In the USA is a song by Miley Cyrus, who stars on another Disney Channel sitcom, Hannah Montana.

    • P.J.: (Groggy from anesthesia) Is this real life? On January 31st, 2009, a man named David DeVore posted a video of his son (also called David) after a visit to the dentist on YouTube. Simply entitled "David after Dentist", it showcased a loopy David on the car ride home from the dentist asking strange questions, ”Is this real life?”, and waxing on about his thoughts while the anesthesia wore off. "David after Dentist" was an instant viral hit and had been viewed over 70 million times at the time of this episode’s premiere.

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  • Fan Reviews (160)
  • Awesome show!

    By Capochinno11, Jan 06, 2016

  • Great show!

    By nkeeley01, Jan 05, 2016

  • u guys are great

    By Urthebest06, Jun 21, 2015

  • The show was pretty good for the first 2 seasons, kind of mediocre in season 3, and then got pretty terrible in season 4.

    By demariusbridg, Jun 20, 2015

  • Way too overrated!

    By monster_boy1, Oct 26, 2014