"Good Luck Charlie" Season 4 on Disney Channel follows the comedic quandary of teenagers Teddy and PJ Duncan and their 10-year-old brother Gabe when they're unexpectedly designated babysitters for the new baby in the house as their mom Amy returns to work as a late shift nurse and dad Bob carries on with his pest-control business. Now, the whole family is involved in raising the baby and it's up to the older kids to come home after school and take charge of young Charlotte (AKA Charlie) all while navigating typical teenage life.

Even the teenagers know that the adorable little bundle of burdens is quite a beautiful addition to the family but with burp cloths in their backpacks and formula stains on their favorite clothes, the Duncan kids have a lot to learn about the comedic chaos this baby can unwittingly create especially when she is mobile, can grasp objects and be generally destructive. Meanwhile, the "new" again parents Amy and Bob quickly relearn everything from existing on two hours of sleep, changing diapers and dodging spit up.

Hard-driving Teddy is determined to juggle her responsibilities to her family with her grades, texting and cell phone chats with friends, all while creating daily video diaries for Charlie to use for advice after Teddy has grown up and moved out. In addition to Teddy's tips on how to withstand the household, they also relate to being a teenager and dealing with friends, boys and school.

Older brother, the easy-going PJ, spends most of his time preoccupied with girls, and with the time he has leftover, he usually practices with his band "PJ and the Vibe" or argues with Teddy about nearly everything.

Mischievous Gabe maneuvers the transition from being baby in the family to what he considers to be the overlooked rank of middle child. He also has an affinity for coming up with unique solutions to the precarious situations he finds himself getting into.

Season 3

In "Good Luck Charlie" Season 3, Amy uses her maternity leave as an opportunity to insert herself into her kids' lives and activities. Finding the time at home liberating, Amy decides to quit her job permanently, start a mommy blog, and take a part-time job as a nurse at Gabe's school. With Amy now at home, Bob decides to bring in additional income by taking on odd jobs. PJ prepares to graduate high school and attend the local college, while Teddy continues to juggle her studies, part-time jobs and her new spot on the school volleyball team. Meanwhile, Gabe embraces his position as the new middle child, while Charlie adjusts to not being the baby of the family anymore.

Season 4

In season four, Toby grows into a toddler and Charlie embarks on new play dates, while the entire Duncan household gets busier and is filled with entertaining milestones and daily amusements. Amy's role as a full-time mommy blogger propels her to celebrity status; Bob has a career mid-life crisis and begins contemplating his next move; PJ develops a passion for the culinary arts; Gabe forms a special friendship with a girl; and, with college fast approaching, Teddy and Spencer evaluate their relationship.

The "Good Luck Charlie" cast includes Bridgit Mendler (recurring guest star on Disney Channel's "Wizards of Waverly Place" and guest star on "JONAS") as Teddy Duncan; Leigh-Allyn Baker ("Will & Grace") as Amy Duncan; Bradley Steven Perry as Gabe Duncan; with Eric Allan Kramer ("CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "My Name Is Earl") as Bob Duncan; and Jason Dolley ("Hatching Pete," "Minutemen" and "Cory in the House") as PJ Duncan.

The live action comedy series was created by Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen ("Suddenly Susan" and "What I Like About You") and executive-produced by Baker, Vaupen and Dan Staley ("Cheers," "Love & Money"). "Good Luck Charlie" is a production of It's A Laugh Productions, Inc.


Network: Disney Channel
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: April 4, 2010
Finale Date: February 16, 2014
Seasons: 4
Theme Song:
"Hang In There, Baby" performed by Bridgit Mendler
Production Company: It's A Laugh Productions, Inc.

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morgan says:
gabe u are so cute and how old are u any way
avidesh says:
charie isvery cute and teddy your hot
tylee says:
how come everytime you turn around there's something stpuid with white people in it?? this show "good luck charlie" is NOT going to make it looks stupid who make's a television show about a 1 or 2 yr old bby duhh if that's the case they need to make tv shows for everybaby then. dont get me wrong the baby is very pretty but the director & exclusive producers need their *** kicked for this one they'll bring this out before that's so raven because she's black?!? or like with the game and everybody hates chris!! they took that off and remade 9O210 and one tree hill this is just all b.s
elana says:
good luck charlie roooooooooooocks
brittany says:
charlie is so cute. i wish i was her sometimes.

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