Good Luck Charlie (2010–2014)
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Charlie Is 1 

On Charlie's first birthday, the family remembers the day Charlie was born, and how hard it was for everybody to make it to the hospital; for starters, Amy's doctor had taken the day off ... See full summary »

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Teddy Duncan
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Amy Duncan
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Gabe Duncan
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Charlie Duncan
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Mrs. Estelle Dabney
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Ivy Wentz
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On Charlie's first birthday, the family remembers the day Charlie was born, and how hard it was for everybody to make it to the hospital; for starters, Amy's doctor had taken the day off from work to host a birthday party for his son; Teddy offers to entertain the children at the party if the doctor goes to the hospital to supervise the birth; P.J. and his father, Bob, are on a fishing trip when a bear invades their car and they hitch a ride to the hospital with two people who drive motorcycles. To top it all off, Gabe was accidentally left home alone and has to be taken to the hospital by their reluctant neighbor, Mrs. Dabney. Written by fallgeek

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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23 May 2010 (USA)  »

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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. See more »

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Bob Duncan: Please, don't hurt us!
Francis: Give us one good reason why we shouldn't!
PJ Duncan: Because it would hurt!
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