Good Luck Charlie

Season 1 Episode 17

Kwikki Chick

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Sep 19, 2010 on Disney Channel
7.1
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5

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Sibling rivalry rears its ugly head, when P.J. and Teddy both start working for Kwikki Chicki. Bob experiences an exterminator's worst nightmare.

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  • It was just decent

    7.0
    This episode was just decent in my opinion. The plots were not bad, but they all lacked humor. On the good side, this episode is not in the show's top 5 least favorite episodes (in my opinion). My problem was how boring this episode was. I'm not sure which plot was the best. As for humor, I only LOL'd at Bob smelling a rat, first part at Kwikki Chikki, Charlie Brown reference, PJ' imagination, Teddy working with dogs, Teddy as a Kwikki Chick model and a couple more. Overall, a good episode. 7/10moreless
  • OK this episode wasn't even close to Duncans got Talent.

    5.0
    OK this episode wasn't even close to Duncan's got Talent. OK the main reason it wasn't that good was the Kwiki Chikki manager. He was annoying and mean to PJ. Then he gives Teddy the job when PJ was going to be the spokesperson. But i raised it a little at the end when Teddy gave a tantrum to so PJ could get the job. The subplot Gabe/Bob was a little dull. The sub-sub plot Amy/Charlie was hilarious oh my gosh. Overall 5/10.moreless
  • NOT the worst Season 1 episode I've ever seen but this episode was just okay in my opinion

    6.5
    I thought that this was an okay episode of "Good Luck Charlie". It wasn't my favorite episode and it could have been better but it's wasn't terrible though. There have been few disappointing Season 1 episodes but this isn't one of them. Sure, it's not the best episode I've seen and it's not the funniest episode I've ever seen but there was some humor in this episode that helped out. I don't really know which plot is the best. I would have to say that all of the plots are a MIXED basket for me. If you didn't understand that, it means all of the plots gave me some mixed feelings. They aren't terrible but aren't good either... just okay. I didn't like how Gabe was trying to prank Bob by making him think there was a mouse in the house. Nothing in that plot made me laugh but it was pretty good that Bob already knew about Gabe's prank the whole time (which I predicted when I first watched this episode). Amy/Charlie plot was okay also. Nothing really special and I thought Amy was a little too crazy and competitive with that mom. The funniest part in that plot was the very end of the episode when that mom and Amy were ordering while singing at Kwikki Chikki and then the episode ends with Amy ending the song "Might as stick them up on your meaty thighs"... I have to admit that it was a good one and a funny way to end an alright episode. As for the Teddy/PJ plot, it was just okay but I knew the plot would get less interesting when PJ's boss Mitch offered the job to Teddy as the Kwikki Chikki spokesmodel. I also didn't like how PJ's boss Mitch was treating PJ. The funniest part in that plot was probably when Teddy got herself fired by saying that the chickens are terrible. Teddy getting herself fired just for PJ was a pretty nice moment though. Overall, this episode didn't really deliver too many laughs but this episode really isn't half bad... just needed to improve more in my opinion. 6.5/10moreless
  • Perfect episode!

    10
    Teddy needs money for a new cell phone and gets a job as the neighborhood dog walker, but the job is less than glamorous. After walking in PJ's job Kwikki Chikki, PJ gets jealous when his boss Mitch gives Teddy a job as the Kwikki Chikki spokesmodel. Teddy then comes up with a plan to get herself fired in order to give her brother the spotlight he deserves. Meanwhile, Amy sings a song with Charlie at her daycare which gets very competitive with the other mothers, while Gabe uses a mouse to play a trick on Bob.

    Teddy/PJ's Plot: I thought a sibling fight kind of plot was nice, as we haven't really seen any of that in the series. I really feel for PJ, as how she is a princess and gets everything. I liked the part when Teddy gets herself fired.

    Amy/Charlie's Plot: Sometimes I don't like it when Amy gets crazy. Sometimes I love it when she gets crazy. But with this plot, I'm not sure. However, I thought her performance was funny. I didn't like the lady/rival, she was a b-word.

    Gabe/Bob's Plot: I didn't really like this plot. However, I liked it when Bob already knew the prank and started laughing while crying.

    Overall a perfect episode!moreless
  • Poor poor PJ! [Spoilers...I guess]

    7.0
    The B-plot, although involving one of my top characters Gabe, bored me a little as did the C-plot involving Amy and Charlie. I didn't find that either of them really added anything to the episode.



    Teddy became a dog walker, to earn money for a new phone. (Major plot hole, because as far as I can remember, she just got a new smart phone a couple of episodes ago) She got a job at the place where PJ works, as the 'Kwikki Chick', purely by accident because she walked into the fast food restaurant to go to the toilet. She became the new face of 'Kwikki Chicken', which was going to be PJ's face. I know what it's like to live with a 'princess', as PJ called Teddy, because I'm used to it. So, I could totally empathise with PJ in this episode, and it was nice to see a fairly realistic plotline With GOOD MORALS (after the disappointing WOWP episode Puppy Love...where all morals were lost) that I could relate too.



    Good work Disney, and I hope to see similarly good episodes in GLC and other shows to come!!moreless

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    • Continuity Goof: Teddy asks for a new cell phone in the opening scene and complains that she can't do anything except make phone calls with her current flip phone, but in the episode, "Butt Dialing Duncans", Bob replaced her flip phone with a smart phone. Also, she used the same smart phone to call P.J. in the "Blankie Go Bye-Bye" episode.

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