Did ‘Good Luck Charlie’ get the ending it deserved? Find out what happened to Teddy and the rest of the Duncans, then drop a comment with your review.
After four seasons, 100 episodes and countless video diaries, Disney Channel’s Good Luck Charlie ended its successful run Feb. 16 with a two-part series finale. It was an evening of tearful goodbyes, surprising reunions — and, of course, plenty of laughs.
‘Good Luck Charlie’ Series Finale — Teddy Says Goodbye
Along with fans having to say goodbye to their favorite sitcom, the Duncan family also prepared to say goodbye to Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) as she heads off to college. Her going away party set the stage for the series’ two-part finale, and the guest list was one for the record books.
Even Teddy’s no-good ex-boyfriend Spencer (Shane Harper) dropped by for the festivities, and after his heartwarming performance with Teddy — they teamed up for a sweet rendition of Elton John‘s “Your Song” — I’m almost ready to forgive him for everything he put her through. (I said almost.)
The Duncans’ Happy Endings: New Jobs & More
Of course, the episode wasn’t all about Teddy. Fans found out what was in store for each of the Duncans, and like the theme song suggests, everything is going to turn out all right:
1. Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) scored a new job as the female co-host of Good Morning, Denver.
2. Bob (Eric Allan Kramer) and PJ (Jason Dolley) went into business together — and there were absolutely no bugs involved.
3. Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry) finally ended his age-old feud with the Duncans’ crazy neighbor, Mrs. Dabney.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Good Luck Charlie‘s final episode? Did the Duncans get the proper goodbye they deserved? Drop a comment with your review of the two-part series finale below.
— Andy Swift
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