04x21 - Good Bye Charlie - Part 2

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Good Luck Charlie". Aired: April 2010 - February 2014.
Series follows PJ, Teddy and Gabe as they adjust to the newest member of the family, Charlie.
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04x21 - Good Bye Charlie - Part 2

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Previously on,
Good Luck, Charlie.

I'm about to go off to college.

So it's time to make
my last video diary.

How was job hunting today?


- Gravy!
- Hey, buddy!

Hey, you need a job?

- You're giving me your truck?
- I can just see it now.

Good Morning Denver
with Amy and Phil.

Isn't it "Phil and Amy"?

For now.

I can't go through another
Gabe Duncan, I can't! I tell you!

Nobody pranks her but me.

You said you were
gonna take care of this.

I thought you were in Boston.

Actually, I've been
in Denver all summer.

Dad, did he say it like...

"How's Teddy doing?" Or...

"How's Teddy doing?"

The last time he saw me,

he said he didn't wanna
be friends anymore.

On tomorrow's show, I'm gonna
start with a funny story about you kids.

Okay. But, Mom, just
don't forget to listen.

Oh, thanks. I just got it.

Is she okay?

Charlie, it's Mom.

Of course, she's not okay.

Teddy, I know I'm focused on
the show, but I want you to know

that I'm really looking forward
to your going-away party.

Thanks, Mom.

I can't believe it's the last
time I'm gonna see everybody

before I go off to college.

It's the last time
everyone will see me

before I become a giant
international media celebrity.

Mom, you have an outside
chance to be the second banana

on a third-rate local tv show.

Isn't it exciting?

♪ Today's all burnt toast ♪

♪ Running late and Dad jokes ♪

♪ Has anybody
seen my left shoe? ♪

♪ I close my eyes, take a bite ♪

♪ Grab a ride, laugh out loud ♪

♪ There it is, up on the roof ♪

♪ I've been there,
I've survived ♪

♪ So just take my advice ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby
Things are crazy ♪

♪ But I know your
future's bright ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪

♪ There's no maybe ♪

♪ Everything
turns out all right ♪

♪ Sure, life is up and down ♪

♪ But trust me, it
comes back around ♪

♪ You're gonna love
Who you turn out to be ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪

Okay, Dad. You can look now.

Gravy's food truck.

Wondered what that smell was.

Uh, it's not Gravy's anymore.

It's mine.

- What?
- Yeah. He gave it to me.

Isn't that amazing?

I got it for free!

Well, what are you
gonna do with it?

Make it my own. All I
need are two things,

a new concept
and a wise investor.

Oh, PJ, I don't know.

Look, I know I can make this work. I
just need a little help getting started.

- Food trucks are hot right now.
- Yeah.

I mean, I've seen
them with Mexican food

and Korean, lobster rolls...


Are you as hungry
as I am right now?

What do you say?

Let's do it!


All right. I'll be your partner.

Thanks, Dad. It's
gonna be awesome.

Okay. Now as your partner,

I think the first thing we should
do is roll down the windows

and take this bad boy
out on the highway.

Air out the fish and gravy?

Air out the fish and gravy.

Okay, let's review.

You were supposed to go next
door and talk to that devil child,

and you failed!


Well, you ended
up glued to a chair,

so it wasn't a total loss.

We just need a plan

to keep him and his family
from buying that house.

Well, if knowing that you're
their neighbor isn't enough,

I'm not sure what else to do.

Well, think of something.



Come on, Gabe. We
just need an evil plan.

This is where you shine.

I know, I know!
Stop pressuring me.

Just go crazy.
Nothing is too evil.

I can always pull you back.

Mrs. Dabney, the problem is

I usually plan this kind
of stuff behind your back.

- You're making me nervous.
- I'll turn around.

That certainly can't hurt.

See? You can
still think of insults.

Insults are easy. I
mean, look at you!

Stop that!

Dad, I got it!

- Got what?
- The concept for the food truck.

Two words, peanut
butter and jelly.


Wait, that's four words.

Although, peanut butter
might be hyphenated.

Do you have a dictionary?

Wait a minute.

Peanut butter and jelly?

That's it?


Peanut butter and
jelly sandwiches.


With meats?

- That will be terrible.
- No.

No, no, no.

Peanut butter and jelly
meets something else.

No. Just peanut butter
and jelly sandwiches.

That's all. It's
simple. Perfect.

PJ, I'm not shelling out
big bucks for a PB&J truck.

I thought you said
you believed in me.

I do. I do.

I, I just don't believe in
peanut butter and jelly.

Well, that's who I am, Dad.

Why don't you think
about French food?

You're really good at that.

No, French food isn't my vision.

No, but it could be our vision.

With all due respect, Dad,

just write the checks and
leave the creative to me.

Your ideas aren't that good.

Where's the respect in that?

Well, Dad, if you say
"with all due respect"

you can say whatever you want.

Don't you know anything
about running a business?

With all due respect.

I think it's a mistake to
jump on the very first idea.

It wasn't the first idea.

Peanut butter
was the first idea!

Jelly came to me in a dream!

- Hey, Teddy. Hi.
- Oh, hi!

Oh, I'm so glad you
guys are back together.

You're perfect for each other.

You're like the yin
to each other's yang.

Oh, I don't know what yin is.

And I don't know what yang is.


Hey, Vonnie.

Oh, hey, Teddy!

Hey, great party.

One of the more rockin'
parties I've been to,

I've gotta say.

Do you go to a lot of parties?

Uh, no, ma'am, I do not.

Oh, Victor, I'll miss
you most of all.

Teddy, I'm going
to Yale with you.

So I can't say my favorite
line from The Wizard of Oz?

Plus, it's a pretty big campus.

We might not be seeing
a lot of each other.

Good. We're on the same page.

I'll get it!


Uh... Come on in.

Who's that guy?

I don't know, but
he's always around.



I wasn't sure if you
were gonna come.

Well, here I am.

I'm just glad your
Dad invited me.

Actually, um...

That was my idea.

Yeah, I kinda figured when he
had to read the invitation out loud.


Glad you could make it, buddy.

Thanks, Mr. Duncan.

- Oh! Hey, the big bug's back.
- Yeah, Amy's distracted.

I thought it'd be a good time
to bring him out of the garage.

Bob, what is this doing here?

And away he goes.



Crush anyone's dreams lately?

So things aren't going so great
between the two of you, huh?


That's too bad.

'Cause you know what he
was really excited about?

Being your partner.

Well, I let him give me money.

And that was very
generous on your part.


Maybe he didn't wanna
just write a check, you know?

Maybe he actually
wanted to work with you.

Do you understand
what I'm saying?

Because it's time for
Mommy to go back to thinking

about her audition again.

Thanks, Mom. You're really...

Eh, eh, eh. It's
already started.

♪ Ohh... ♪

♪ She came from Colorado ♪

♪ With a laptop on her knee ♪

♪ She's moving to Connecticut ♪

♪ A Yalie she will be ♪

♪ Teddy Duncan ♪

♪ We're sad to see you leave ♪

♪ We know you'll make
some friends Out there ♪

♪ And one might be named... ♪

♪ Steve ♪


We ran out of
time on the lyrics.

Hey, if you do make
a friend named Steve,

text me, 'cause
that'd be so freaky.


What's all this
racket over here?

Having a little goodbye party for Teddy.
Is there something you wanna say to her?

Yeah. Keep it down!

The noise is driving me crazy.

I'm gonna miss her.

- Mrs. Dabney.
- What?

You just gave me an idea about
how we're gonna get rid of that kid.

I knew that evil brain
wouldn't let me down.

The original devil
child is still the best.


Okay, who wants to sing next?

I'd do it myself, but I'm
saving my voice for my...


Teddy and Spencer.

What, what do you mean, Charlie?

- Teddy and Spencer what?
- Sing.


Uh, I don't think so.


Yeah, why not?

You know, for old time's sake.

- Yeah.
- Yeah, come on, you guys.



Um, what do you wanna sing?

Um, how about that one song that
we were gonna do for the talent show?

Oh, yeah. Okay.

♪ It's a little bit funny ♪

♪ This feeling inside ♪

♪ I'm not one of those ♪

♪ Who can easily hide ♪

♪ I don't have much money ♪

♪ But, boy, if I did ♪

♪ I'd buy a big house where ♪

♪ We both could live ♪

♪ If I was a sculptor ♪

♪ But then again, no ♪

♪ Or a man who makes potions ♪

♪ In a traveling show ♪

♪ I know it's not much ♪

♪ But it's the best I can do ♪

♪ My gift is my song ♪

♪ And this one's for you ♪

♪ And you can tell everybody ♪

♪ This is your song ♪

♪ It may be quite simple ♪

♪ But now that it's done ♪

♪ I hope you don't mind ♪

♪ I hope you don't mind ♪

♪ That I put down in words ♪

♪ How wonderful life is ♪

♪ While you're in ♪

♪ The world ♪

Good morning, Denver!

Today's guest co-host is
our very own Mama Bird,

Amy Duncan.

Good morning, Amy.

Good morning, Phil.



Good morning, Denver.

And good morning, Phil.

So nice to have you with us.


Kids are funny.


Anyway, uh, why don't you
tell us a little bit about yourself?

Well, Phil, I'm a Denver
girl, born and raised,

and the mother of
five beautiful children.


Yes, we named them.

- No, I mean...
- We're very traditional that way.

I meant, what are their names?

Oh. Um...


They are...

One of them is...

Um, I know one of
them just goes by initials.


I'm so sorry, I'm, I'm blanking.

Totally understandable.
You're a little nervous.

Oh, thank you. I just got it.

Have a seat.

Dad, first of all...

I want to apologize for
my behavior yesterday.

I was out of line.

All right. Apology accepted.

This is the part where you
might chime in with "I'm sorry too."

And if I had anything to
apologize for, I certainly would.

I'll just pretend you did.

- Even though I didn't?
- You're forgiven.

Anyway, I, uh,
did some thinking.

And I want you to try something.


Looks like a peanut
butter and jelly sandwich.

Just try it.


Wow! What's in this?

Freshly ground,
handpicked Georgia peanuts

with homemade
strawberry preserves

on locally-baked artisan bread.

This is fantastic.

It... it's the best
sandwich I've ever had.

I mean, the peanut butter,

and the jelly, and the bread,

and, and...

Well, that's pretty much
it, but, wow, it's really good!

Now I have another
surprise for you.

- Here it is.
- Uh, "B&PJ's PB&Js."

- I don't get it.
- You're the "B".

I'm the "B"?

Oh! I'm the "B"!

And I have one
more surprise for you.

Welcome to B&PJ's PB&J.

I'm E.

And not only that,
he's moving out.

Yup, found my own place.

I'm the "B".

E is moving out.

Oh, this is fantastic.

Are you okay?

It's just all happening so fast.

Is that my scarf?


- And...
- And we're back.

I do that part, Amy.

See where it says,
"Phil: And we're back."

Yes, we are."

You don't have to read "Amy".


Whose part do I read?

Just don't say "Amy".

Got it.

I'll just sit here
quiet as a mouse.

A mouse with a cellphone.

Why don't you answer it?


Oh, Charlie. Charlie!


Yeah, you can see me on TV.

Yeah, I know. I'm not
doing a very good job.

Why, yes.

That man does look mad at me.

Why don't you put
her on speaker?

Hold on, honey.

Look, Charlie, honey,
now you're on TV too.

Mommy, I don't care if you're
doing bad. I still love you.

I love you too, Charlie.

And I miss you.

I miss you too.

But don't worry.

After this, I think I will be
spending a lot of time at home.



Hi. I, um, I left my
jacket here yesterday.

Oh, yeah.

There you go.


Why don't I walk you out?

You know, I had a
great time yesterday.

I mean, it was really
great seeing everybody.

Especially you.

Yeah, and I'm so glad we're
back to being friends again.

Yeah, me too.

You know, Boston and
New Haven are pretty close.

Maybe we can make
plans to see each other?

Yeah, no, I'd love that.

So would I.

Yeah, it'd be awesome
to see each other.

You know, as friends.

Yeah. Yeah, as friends.

Or maybe more than friends?

Yeah, that works too.

You know, I...

I left my jacket
here on purpose.

I know.

Excuse me. What is going on?

I'm sorry, what did you say?

I said, "What's going on?"

Rehearsal. This is the
Edgewood Drive Marching Band.

This street has a marching band?

Doesn't every street?

How often do you practice?

Once a day for three hours.

Except on weekends.

Then we practice
twice a day for six hours.

No. Isn't there anywhere
else that you can practice?

No, the acoustics
are perfect right here,

because the sound
bounces off your house.

Oh, you know what? I wonder if that's
why that house is always for sale.


Never put that together.

Emmett, h*t it!

Order up.

Thank you.

There you go.

Enjoy your B&PJ's PB&J.

I'm the B. Whatever.

Dad, you don't need
to say that every time.

But I love it!

- This is fantastic!
- Mm.

No wonder their truck
is such a big success.

I gotta say, this
is a good PB&J.

I'm not usually a PB&J guy.

Mm. I'm all about the
turkey club usually.

Oh, now the BLT,
that's a close second.

And then, you get into what
I call the overrated salads.

You know, you got
your tuna, your chicken...

Just eat the sandwich.

I'm sorry about Good
Morning Denver,

It's okay.

At least, I got to live out
my dream for one day.

Right? That's more
than most people get.

So what are you gonna do now?

Oh, I don't know.

Focus on what's really
important in my life.

Your family?

Yeah. Okay, sure.


I, I did?


Okay, thanks.

Um, yeah. Bye.

That was Good Morning Denver.

I got the job.


I got the job.

The viewers found the call
from Charlie to be heartwarming.

They said it made me
sound like a regular person.

You're welcome, Mommy.


- What's this?
- It's a pie.

I made it for you.

- Is it gonna explode?
- No.

- Is it gonna make me sick?
- No.

Then what's the point?

I was just trying to thank you for
keeping that family from moving in.

Your plan worked.

Oh. Well, thank you.

Thank goodness I'm not gonna
have to worry about that kid.

You know what?

You're not gonna have
to worry about me either.

I'll be soon. I'm
moving on with my life.


I guess this is
the end of an era.

It's been a heck of a ride.

It sure has.

We've had some bad times.

We've had some worse times.

Through it all,

there was the hatred.


You know, you taught
me an important life lesson,

to fear and mistrust adults.

You taught me that
children are the future,

and the future is a
dark and scary place.

Goodbye, Mrs. Dabney.

I can't believe

I'm finally gonna have
a devil-child-free life!

What's the matter?

I just saw it. The, the twinkle.

He has that same evil twinkle.



It... it's happening again.

There's another devil child.

She's all yours, kid.

Okay, everybody,

this is Teddy's last breakfast
before she leaves for college.

So I want everyone to treat it
just like it's another day, okay?

You're doing great, Mom.

Thank you.

Okay, I'm all packed.

Ohh, here I go.

Oh, Dad. You're such a...

big softie.

Well, don't look at
me. I'm not gonna...

Dang it.

I'm gonna miss you, Teddy.

Aww, I'm gonna
miss you too, Charlie.

I'm gonna miss all you guys.


I finally figured out what I
wanna say for my video diary.

Come on, I want all you
guys to be in it with me.

Well, Charlie. I
guess this is it.

You know, I started
making these video diaries

to help you survive
our crazy family.

And after four
years of doing them,

I've realized how lucky we
are to be a part of this family.

And just know that,

as long as you've got
us, you always will have...

Come on, guys, say it with me.

Good luck, Charlie.

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ Today's all burnt toast ♪

♪ Running late and Dad jokes ♪

♪ Has anybody seen my left shoe?

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ I close my eyes, take a bite ♪

♪ Grab a ride, laugh out loud ♪

♪ There it is up on the roof ♪

♪ Hey, hey, hey ♪

♪ I've been there, I survived ♪

♪ So just take my advice ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪

♪ Things are crazy ♪

♪ But I know your
future's bright ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪

♪ There's no maybe ♪

♪ Everything
turns out all right ♪

♪ Sure life is up and down ♪

♪ But trust me, it
comes back around ♪

♪ You're gonna love
Who you turn out to be ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪

♪ Hang in there, baby ♪
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