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(2010–2014)

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Good Luck Charlie (2010) was so popular that India adapted the show with the title Best of Luck Nikki (2011)
The show used the same set as Hannah Montana (2006), so when the Hannah Montana cast moved out, Good Luck Charlie (2010) moved in.
In the show Teddy is dating Spencer Walsh's character and her actress Bridgit Mendler is actually dating him aside from the show.
Leigh-Allyn Baker was pregnant when she auditioned for the show.
Both Leigh-Allyn Baker (Amy Duncan) and Eric Allan Kramer (Bob Duncan) both previously guest starred on That '70s Show (1998), although in different episodes.
In developing the show, creators wanted to make a series revolving around a regular, working class family. Producers felt this would make the show more relatable to viewers and serve as a contrast to the types of families and characters portrayed in such shows as _Hannah Montana_ and Wizards of Waverly Place (2007).
Jason Dolley's Final Disney Channel Appearance, as of the Final Episode of Good Luck Charlie (2010).
While making the show Bridgit Mendler and Shane Harper weren't dating in real life until the 4th season.
Jason Dolly and Luke Benward previously stared in The Disney Channel Original Movie Minute Men (2008) together.
On most of the exterior shots of the Duncan house, you can clearly see the shadow of a palm tree. Palm trees do not grow in Denver.
The actors who play both of Teddy's parents have appeared on two separate episodes of the show The King of Queens (1998).
During filming of a season premiere, Bridgit Mendler tripped over a shoelace, and fell.
Sammi Hanratty auditioned for the role of Teddy.
This show had mixed episodes with the Disney Channel Shows Jessie (2011) and Shake It Up! (2010), but only one of them was an Official Disney Channel Crossover.
Bridgit Mendler was featured in other shows such as Wizards of Waverly Place (2007), and Jason Dolley prior to getting a Main Role in Good Luck Charlie (2010) had been in 3 DCOMs prior.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

In the show Teddy's parents thought Teddy was going to be a boy, hence being named Teddy, which never did get revealed at any point.
Though never mentioned in the show itself, Amy's maiden name is "Blankenhooper".
In the third season, when Amy was pregnant with Toby, she was actually pregnant in real life.
All Main Cast Members appeared in Every Episode.
On the first episode of the series, Bob has a big bug sculpture on the living room, this same sculpture can be seen in the last episode of the series.
The character who the show is named after Charlie is not the character's actual name. The character's actual name Charlotte but is called Charlie as a short form, but the show itself never mentions it.
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