This show did not move me in the least. It wasn't horrible, but it wasn't good either.
It was just dumb, boring and generic.
And the excessive laugh tracks...
Seriously, it gets monotonous and pathetic after awhile how many times they use it.
This is why we need to have live audiences brought back again. It would force these lazy and greedy writers to have to come up with good jokes instead of asinine one liners that a 5 year old would think of.
This is a very good show, I watch it almost everyday but there's kinda a problem, they haven't been making new episodes so....I want Disney to know that we want more episodes (except for the people who aren't fans of this show)
Now Disney channel was actually getting good untill shows like this and Shake it up came. But the good things about this show is Teddy, Gabe, Charlie and PJ, and the parents can get annoying sometimes. Now the good characters that are not main are Ivy and Mrs. Dabney, all the other characters are annoying. Now some people say this show is the best show on Disney channel but i dont think so, so far nothing beats the original Wizards of Waverly place. Now probably the worst things about the show is the video diary scenes, their not funny and stuff we've heard a thousand times. but this show was worst back then like Season 1 was terrible but it got better but its still medicore. Probably the funniest character is either PJ or Charlie. overall 5.5/10.
A good show but not the best Disney Channel show. I think this as an unique show. and Charlie is an unique name for a girl. I thought the first episode was pretty funny though. From them on this show has been Marvelous! Overall a good Disney Channel Show.
This show is boring, predictable, "over acted" comedy. A truely good/funny show doesn't need the laugh track every 5 seconds to let you know its funny, thats what the actors are suppose be for. The cast is good looking, so that makes up for lack in substa
nce. But then again, how much substance can a show that is centered after a newborn baby and the changes her arrival has inflicted onto her family members; hence the title "Good Luck Charlie"; have anyway, especially when the actual character Charlie is a baby/toddler actor who truely can't act nor deliver lines? Sometimes the show gets extremely corny, or makes edgy jokes that good be scene as borderline offensive to some. This show does not hold a candle to the quality shows back in the day had like"Full House".
As with most young-people programming today, this show is nothing to capture interest. It's just another repetitive, generic, unfunny and utterly bland TV show.
Maybe I'm just biased because Disney set the bar so high in the 90s with amazing shows like So Weird and The Famous Jett Jackson and such. Now, I guess writers realize kids will watch anything with a laugh track and deem it Shakespear, so they really don't try anymore.
This show is so uninteresting. The characters are so generic and void of personality. It's just another iCarly or Hannah Montana. You have the female lead, which is always free of any character or originality. I didn't take time to remember her name, seeing as she's the same character as Carly, Miley, Alex Russo, True Jackson, Sonny and more. They all have different jobs and such, but the way they act is completely the same. The youngest boy is the same as Corey Baxter and Max Russo, as in the young boy that has no purpose other than to annoy the female lead. Pretty much all the characters can be matched to past characters from Disney/Nickelodeon history.
As for the stories, they're the same thing we've seen before on countless other shows, except with mediocre ways of throwing in the baby. The comedy is dry, predictable and really not funny at all. It's just the same jokes we've seen before just slightly varied, and they don't really serve any purpose. The show is so generic and bland it could easily be mistaken for any other modern-day disney show, like Shake it Up or something. But the modern generation of TV viewers are so stupid they find this generic and bland piece of suck entertaining. In short, this show is just what happens when you have an audience that will watch anything, and you have no creativity or original thoughts at all, and you don't even bother to try. Disney used to be so fun and a good way for young people to get entertained. Now it's like they're not even trying anymore, and they just keep throwing out the same show over and over again, just twisting the names and gimmicks around a little. Wizards, living in the white house, being a superstar in secret, now looking after a baby. These are just slight tweaks on what is really the same show repeated over and over again, with the same bland, generic characters, same bland, generic jokes, same bland, generic episodes, and I swear their using the same laugh track. I mean, it doesn't even sound like laughing anymore it just sounds like there's a dentist running around, telling everyone to say "Ah" and they all do it at once. Disney and Nick aren't even trying to make quality material anymore.
Good Luck Charlie is an unmemorable pile of whackness that all these dumb little kids are gonna flock to. Now if you'll excuseme, I'll go watch The Jersey
Good Luck Charlie is a really funny show, my favourite episodes are Snow Show and Sun Show. I loved seeing Amy all swollen, it was hilarious! Mrs. Dabne is funny. I also liked the episode where PJ and Gabe thought Mrs. Dabne was a killer, it was a laugh riot. I like how Charlie is sometimes put in the last jokes at the end while the credits are shown. This show is pretty funny for a sitcom, better then iCarly. I'm not trying to get other shows involved here. My favourite characters would definitely be, P.J. and Gabe. Because I love PJ and Gabe's sub-plots, it gives them character in the show, Gabe is the devious one and P.J. is the "dumb" one. My overall rating is 7.5.
A show that the whole family, regular or disfunctional can enjoy. One of the few Good shows on Disney Channel. And it's a sitcom. Sure the laugh track can be annoying, but it has a little bit of everything for everyone. A brilliant work of art.
Now, what can I say about this show? This is not just a good Disney Channel show, it's a great show period! And after several years of repulsive shows, Disney brings in some talent and gets good again. One of these shows is Good Luck Charlie, a satire of family life. Sure, this has been done before, but this show does it wonderfully.
The Duncan family are the stars of the show, as they adjust to the newest addition of the family, a young girl named Charlie. Their daily foibles and screw-ups are what make this show so realistic and humorous. Almost every few lines there is something that makes my gut burst from laughter.
But there are also heartfelt moments. The moments are when something goes wrong, and someone is down, and it shows that your family will always love you. This is acted so well it seems like they actually are related. And all of the insecurities and problems they face are relatable, and that gives it more charm.
In my opinion, this is an excellent show, and a blessing to Disney Channel.
My Grade: A+
Good Luck, Good Luck Charlie! A bright future lay ahead!
I think that they can make this show a lot more better in my opinion. i think that the storylines and the characters don't make much sense whatsoever but the only one that i like that makes me laugh sometimes is pj he is a very funny character but the other characters don't make me laugh. bob can be funny as well. pj and bob are the only characters that make me laugh in this show. amy is kinda irritating and i dont like gabe that much. teddy is probably the most irritating character in this show but besides all of that... this show isnt half bad and some episodes actually are pretty good and can be very funny. my brother tigerdude22 absolutely loves this show though. he laughs super hard at this show. im not kidding whenever I watch this show with him, he cant stop laughing.
So instead of creating more stuff like being a superstar, living in a hotel/cruise, being a wizard, living on the freaking white house, being called to be a regular on a TV show or being hired as dancers ona show, Disney makes a hoswabout a Normal family with Normal situations. The Duncan family consists of Bob, a bug exterminator, his wife Amy and their 4 kids; rockstar wannabe PJ, normal teen Teddy, troublemaker Gabe & recently born Charlie. Charlie & Teddy are girls, don't let the names fool ya. We allso got Ivy & Emmett, Teddy & PJ's black BFs respectively. The show main theme is Teddy taping a videodiary for her baby sister about evnets happeining in the family.
Overall: It's a great show, very funny and with great characters & situations. 9.5/10.
I have always enjoyed watching Good Luck Charlie. Every single episode is sooooo funny! i love Charlie so much. She is such a cute baby and is very funny for a 2yr old! But overall i like all the character Bob Amy Pj Teddy Gabe and Charlie they make a great family on the show and share many good laughs.
Good luck charlie is one of the worst most horridly offensive shows on the air. The target audience is hard to specify seeing how most jokes are either too mature for younger kids to get or too child-like for teens/adults to ever be interested in. The show claims to be a throwback to the classic sitcoms like all in the family and family ties, but this barely shows. Many arkatype disney traits are present such a boring dialouge and the writing is terrible. In short, Disney is simply wasting their money on a franchise that isn't going anywhere. Don't watch!
This is an okay show, but there are a few things that kind of annoy me about it. First and foremost, the mother. She annoys the heck outta me. She's a huge, inmature brat who acts like the teenager of the family. PJ is really annoying, as well, and isn't all that funny. I'm really disappointed in Jason Dolley's acting. Teddy isn't at all relatable as a main character. She's way too perfect and she kinda acts like a brat about it. Gabe, Charlie and the dad are okay. That is all I have to say. Blah, blah, blah, blah.
I like the show because it actually revolves around a family. Not a boyfriend and girlfriend, not a kid and a single parent, but two parents who are both married and their children. It's about time the put "full" families back on TV. I was surprised that this show was actually funny compared to other new shows kid networks are making now.
I love this episode and it's one of the funniest Disney Channel shows I've seen. I love all of the characters in this show and their acting is good and they are all funny. I enjoy most of the episodes that "Good Luck Charlie" gives us. "Good Luck Charlie" is a show for the whole family to get a good laugh at. Although, sometimes this show adds humor that little kids wouldn't understand and it would be inappropriate for them to know if they are suspicious about the humors. Despite, some humors that only teenagers and adults would understand, this is a perfect show. I also think that Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) is a very pretty girl. I don't have problems with the characters or the storylines. Of course, I also think the "Charlie" scenes are so adorable and it makes me say "awwwww". The writers always manage to make this show have well-developed storylines that make me laugh so hard. Not only does it star Bridgit Mendler but it also stars Jason Dolley, Bradley Steven Perry, Leigh Allen-Baker, Eric Allan Kramer. The characters always crack me up and I think that the writers are so creative. Yes, the storylines are predictable sometimes but this show is hilarious and I would definitely consider "Good Luck Charlie" to be one of my best Disney comedy shows I've ever seen. Overall, "Good Luck Charlie" (this show), "Wizards of Waverly Place", and "Fish Hooks" are my all-time favorite Disney Channel shows to watch that are still on the air right now. 10/10
This show is about the Duncan family in Denver, Colorado. It stars Bridgit Mendler as Teddy, a teenage girl that makes video diaries for Charlie, Leigh Allyin Baker as Amy, a nurse, Bradley Steven Perry as Gabe, the youngest son of the family, Mia Talerico (?) as Charlie, the youngest Duncan children who causes trouble at times, Eric Allan Kramer as Bob, an exterminater and Jason Dolley as P.J. Also starring in this show are Ivy, Teddy's best friend, Mrs. Dabney, the Duncan's neighbor, Spencer as Teddy's former boyfriend, and a few others. In this show, Teddy oftens do the video diaries for Charlie at the end (sometimes in the beginning and middle) most episodes (expect Dance Off). I like all the main characters in the show. However, Amy can get a bit annoying sometimes escipally the way she acts. I like how Bridgit dresses very pretty. The most funniest Duncan is possibly Bob. He was very funny in Up a Tree, Teddy Rebounds, and a few others. This show has a lot a humor and it is actually one of the best non animated show on Disney Channel. IMO, this show has some negative stuffs, though I liked most of the episodes. Season one was great and so was the current season. The music is not bad. Overall, this show is mainly awesome and it is one of the best on Disney Channel. Despite the few negative stuffs on the show, I'm giving this show a 10 for obvious reason.
Have you ever seen Good Luck Charlie, it's one of those shows that will make you laugh and chuckle a little. I wasn't surprised when I learned part of the crew who made That's So Raven also made this show. I'm not going to lie. I like the characters. I'm not in love with them but just like them.
Teddy brings her own sense of humor; Gabe is a cynical little troublemaker; P.J. is just plan stupid (but these days when you cast Jason Dolley into any kid role...he's always playing the stupid kid); the parents have developed personalities. Oh, the black recurring characters who come in every once in a while to fill in minority quota. (lol)
Overall, each episode will make you chuckle and laugh but rest assured that you are going to see every twist and turn in the story before it even happens. It's a funny, predictable show.
I mentioned that I LOVE this show. It doesn't mean that I have no problems with it though. Here's some reasons why I LOVE this show. The characters get equal parts (although sometimes they focus too much on Gabe & Amy). In most shows, they make parents in the background while they focus on the teenagers. But with this show, the parents get the same amount of screentime as kids. The show may use plots that has been used on other series, but this show has a reputation of turning it into their new original, creative way of the plot. They also always put twists into the plot, not always re-using the solution from other shows.
Now, let's get to my problems with this show. In the first few episodes, they focus on Charlie (since she's really the main part of this show) and the "baby-issues" so Teddy does the video diary to make sure she doesn't do the baby-issues again. However in later episodes they focus on the kids' lives, completely ignoring Charlie. Now they focus on the kids' lives and Teddy does the video diary to make sure she NEVER does it. I know it's the same concept, but I wish they would do more baby-issues instead of lots of teenage problems.
I love Amy, even if she can go past the line a lot of times. I wish she was like an ordinary mom, giving advice, caring, loving, not all selfish.But I still love her.
Gabe and Amy get too much screentime/plots about themselves. I wish they were like in the background for sometime like having a few lines in an episode.
I forgot to mention another reason why I LOVE this show, there's never an episode where one family member doesn't appear. I LOVE that fact because it never feels good to see a character not present in an episode (unless you don't like the character).
I'm wrapping up my review of this amazing, creative show. I don't hate it, I LOVE it. If I were to review any episode (I don't review episodes, I'm too lazy), I would give each episode a 9 or a 10. The show never has any bad episodes.
Wizards of waverly place is funny, But, Disney ahs finally come out with a great show both kids and teens will like. It's fun for the whole fmaily. Jokes like: Have Fun ... But Not To Much Fun .... we do't want naother baby .... is great. it's like saying something dirty without saying it! I love home the endings are so unrealistic and funny. If u didt watch it because u thought it would be a stupid baby disney show . . . . your wrong! so watch Good Luck Charlie every sundays at 7 : 00 on disney channel
I really can't stand Disney Channel anymore with the junk they have been putting on the air recently. Wizards of Waverley Place, Hannah Montana, Jonas L.A., Sonny With a Chance. Blah! But along comes "Good Luck Charlie", an actually enjoyable show that has it all. It has good humor. The show is packed with humor kids of all age can understand. The story's are normally smart and make you want to keep watching. The acting is pretty good, not bad, but not great. And Charlie is pretty darn cute. That's definetaley one of the main highlights you could say about this show.
Overall, very satisfying. Thank you for making an actual good show Disney Channel! (Besides Phineas and Ferb)
A very funny disney comedy.It is a refreshing look at the Duncan family trying to juggle their normal lives as well as new baby daughter Charlie. There's smart, savvy Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) who is creating a video diary for Charlie, in hope that it will help her survive their wacky family, including her brothers, Dimwitted rocker PJ (Jason Dolley), and smart-ass Gabe and their parents, Amy, a night nurse who has just gone back to work, and Bob, an exterminator,or Pest Control Specialist. I really enjoyed the pilot. I even watched a special preview episode on Disneychannel.com. The show is funny, well written, and has jokes for everyone to get. Does it divert from Disney channel's traditional formula? A little. GLC concentrates a bit more on the family dynamic. These characters are just regular kids. They aren't wizards, or rock stars, or a star on a sketch comedy show. So there's not really a gimmick to fall back it. That's why it seems like it would fit into ABC's TGIF block (may it rest in peace). The acting is top notch, and Mendler and Dolley are familiar faces for Disney Channel fans. I am just glad that Disney is trying something different, and I hope it lasts for years to come.
I love this show. After years of Disney being unrealistic,they finally have a show Kids (6-14),Teens(15-17),and Adults(18+)can all relate to. Its shows like this that have been missing from Tv for a long while. This show has many innuendo's that will shock even long time Disney viewers. Bridget Mendler helps the show with her good acting,her realistic take on a real life older sister,and her lovely wit. Jason Dolley also adds to the show,he has many funny subplots. Bradley-Steven Perry,A new comer to Disney amazes me with his realistic approach of the average tween boy,experiencing puppy love and sports. He's a cute little kid with a bright future. The baby Charlie is adorable and the parents aren't half bad.
Well, it seems like after four years or so, Disney Channel finally got a decent series. No, it won't live up to their classic stuff. However, I must say that Good Luck Charlie definitely exceeded my expectations and is much better than the stuff Disney Channel airs nowadays. I do think that this is a funny show, and some of the jokes do make me laugh. The humor isn't just for kids-like most of the other stuff Disney Channel airs on their network. Best of all, the comedy is original, and it even has some innuendoes hidden in there-in fact, I was even shocked by some of suggestions they put in some of the episodes. The episodes' plots are usually unique, and finally they're not a rip-off of stuff that other shows already created. Charlie, I don't know the actress her plays her, is adorable and reminds me of Michelle Tanner, but I think Charlie is a little cuter. My complaint, though, with this show is Teddy. She's funny, but she's just like the other Disney Channel girls: boy-crazed, girly, and a little shallow. But the actress, who plays her, Bridget Mendler, does a good job at her role. I just hope Good Luck Charlie goes well for Disney Channel, and hopefully it won't go downhill as the seasons go along. If it doesn't, it may ever well be a good sign that Disney's is becoming a good channel again. Hopefully, that's the case. If so, good luck Good Luck Charlie.
GLC is a big departure from these type of shows and Disney Channel is doing something they haven't done in a VERY long time ,probably since the early and mid 90's,they are bringing back the sort of show that parents can actually watch with their kids without feeling like a total idiot. Those of us who are old enough to remember a time when Disney Channel was actually for the entire family and not for young girls , will probably see GLC as a glimmer of hope that it is the beginning of the Disney Channel slowly going back to the way it once was,before it was invaded by Hanna and the Likes,when great shows with family value like "The Torkelsons" "Almost Home" and "Home Improvement" (Heck even early episodes of "Boys meet World" had its moment) were on. GLC is not perfect , it's laugh track can at time get a bit too present and there are small moment were the show nearly goes into "Sweet life" type of humor, BUT it is so refreshing to have that sort of show back that it is easy to get past its minor fault. The show succeed because of the great chemistry between the cast and the amount of belly laugh per-episode , the show has a very innocent sort of humor that remind me of some 80's sitcom. Also there is a great supporting bunch of characters like the grumpy neighbor and the best friend's mum (She's hilarious). Yes,11 episodes on and so far Good luck Charlie got great potential!Now lets just hope that with an original TV film in the work and the second season shooting at the moment the show wont loose track of what makes it stand out from the other shows in the Channel. So please Disney Channel don't Screw up , don't make a "Good luck Sweet Hanna" special or the likes.Keep this show away from your other line up,keep it grounded in real life,always include the entire family in your story lines and it will do just fine!
like I said in my summary, I find this tv show to be some what offensive to Disney channel because it has so many crude jokes and elements. There was another reviewer on here that talked about this same subject. The reviewer pointed out that it was hard to say what age group that this show is aimed at. I agree because most of the stuff in the show is child-like humor and has the young person appearance, which is for the younger audience, but it has some crude jokes and elements that should be for older viewers. I will give it credit for actually having a cool family and it works as a good family show. I don't know if I would let young kids watch this. In fact I would probably not want my children (if I had any) to see this show until they were 13 years of age. I am sorry that I can not fully explain why I feel how I feel about this show, but yeah, it is entertaining. I am beginning to like it quite a bit.
I like this show just like every disney show that's currently on. It's funny, and the baby, Charlie, is really cute! It's like the modern "Full House" (which I also love). Everybody can relate, the parents and the kids. I think it's nice that Teddy is making a video for Charlie to watch in the future so she can hopefully not make the same mistakes her family members had made, and see herself as a cute, healthy baby. I like the theme song. Mia, the baby that plays Charlie, is great. It's amazing that only she plays Charlie. In live-action shows and movies I know, twins play the same baby so if one gets tired or something, they have a backup. Mia is great, and I;d love to see her in more if she wants to contiue being an actress.
After the Life with Derek fiasco everyone whined about back in the old days, I thought Disney couldn't pull off another sitcom-y family show with kids in it that didn't rely on some big giant twist (Wizards, anyone?). Unlike Derek, Charlie has potential to last longer and keep everyone's sanity in check at the same time--if only it didn't rely so much on the staple kids' shows have: the laugh track. Once again, telling us when to laugh and killing the best jokes (and trust me, Charlie has a ton of good ones). If they would only get rid of that, the show would be the most twist-less, average-is-funny show ever, and I'd have much more fun watching it. ...so, Good Luck, Charlie!
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