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Goof: After the Yugo parts are carted away, Amy and Teddy are left moping in the diner parking lot. Far away in the background is a black vehicle parked next to the nearby motel. When Teddy is filming her video diary seconds later, the vehicle is missing.
Continuity Goof: Teddy said the flight to Palm Springs would be Charlie's first ride on an air plane. However Charlie, Teddy and Amy flew to Chicago in "Charlie Shakes It Up" and during "Sun Show, Part One", the whole family took a plane to Hawaii.
Kimberly Perry, the commercial mom, is Bradley Steven Perry's mother in real life.
Goof: Bob is carrying Charlie while Amy prepares to bowl. As the camera pans back from Amy to Bob, he is suddenly holding Charlie in a different position.
Goof: Gabe is playing his Game Boy Advance on the porch, but the GBA is turned upside down. When the camera cuts to a wide shot of Charlie and Gabe, the GBA is now right side up.
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.
Goof: When Spencer visits Teddy's house he has his right ankle wrapped but when he sees Teddy in school it has switched to the left.
Goof: In the movie that Gabe, Bob and Amy are watching the President gives orders to blow up a supernova. The problem is that a supernova is a star that is exploding and you can not blow up an explosion in order to stop it from exploding.
Goof: While P.J. sneaking in the living room window, Charlie is staining her shirt with the Moroccan food. When Charlie turns around to laugh at P.J. after he gets stuck in the window, her shirt is completely clean. Once the rest of the family arrives home from the movies, however, Charlie's shirt is covered in stains again.
Goof: When Mrs. Dabney is telling Teddy to act like a mouse, you can see a crew member's arm (wearing a shirt with blue sleeves) reflected in the small square black-framed mirror hanging on the wall behind her.
Goof: Mrs. Dabney says that her calico cat, Kaboodle, is male. A cat gender is decided by its chromosomes while in utero (XX for girls and XY for boys). In order to have the calico coloring, cats have to have two X chromosomes that carry the same allele (Xo and Xb). Since the Xo/Xb chromosomes override the XY chromosomes, 99.9% of calico cats are female. Male calicos are usually stillborn, but if they do survive; they are kept by the breeder due to possible health problems in the future.
When PJ daydreams about what life would be like with Madison he imagines themselves as seniors. The actors that portrayed elderly PJ and Madison are in reality Jason Dolley's maternal grandparents.
Jason Dolley's maternal grandfather is one of the extras in the retirement home.
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.
Goof: When Gabe is in the kitchen with Amy and Teddy, he is playing a GameBoy Advance, but there is no game cartridge in the system and the GBA has no built-in games.
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: The position of the mints and soda bottle in Teddy's hand changes as she gives them to Gabe.
This is the only episode where Teddy does not say "Good Luck Charlie" at the end of the video diary segment.
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.
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Coming of Age, Family Comedies, Pre-Teens, Teen, Tweens