My review of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie Episode 417 “Accepted” written by Gigi M. Green

Good Luck Charlie is one of my favorite TV shows to watch.

I have watched every episode from season 1 to present.

The cast of the show are some of the world most talented

group of actors and actresses. Thanks to Dave the coordinator

who gave me tickets to the June 7, 2013 taping, I was able to

be part of the audience. I was not only part of the Good Luck Charlie

audience but the host called me up to play a little game of hot hands.

If you don’t know what hot hands is take a look at this video to learn.

We had the audience going in between takes and this really made my day.

Episode 417 “Accepted” was very funny. Like all of the other episodes

the Duncan family did an Oscar performance.I was amazed at how

professional the cast was and how quickly they shot each scene.

Me with Bridget Mendler on set of  Disney's Good Luck Charlie

Me with Bridget Mendler on the set of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie

There were a few times when blooper takes were made. One in particular

was a scene when Teddy Duncan runs into the living room and she

fumbled through her words at the same time one of the camera

crew members started to star into the camera wiping his eyes to say

that Teddy had spit in his eyes during the take. Everyone in the room

started laughing including Teddy herself. I am sure if they do blooper

takes that one will make the cut.

The audience was not allowed to record or take pictures during

the filming but had the opportunity after the last take.

My favorite cast member of the show is Leigh – Allen baker (AKA- Amy Duncan).

She is the reason I started watching the show. Her charisma and funny personality

brought a whole new level of entertainment to TV.  I also found out that she was

born in Murray KY which is about 45 minutes from my home town of Paducah KY.

She was amazed when I told her this and she told me that she had relatives

who live in Paducah that she visits when she goes home.

Me with Leigh-Allyn Baker on set of  Disney's Good Luck Charlie

Me with Leigh-Allyn Baker on the set of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie

It was fun to watch Bradley Steven Perry and Jason Dolley

battle it out off camera as well as on camera. They act the

same when they are not on camera and seams to be best of friends.

Bradley Steven Perry & Jason Dolley on the set of Disney's Good Luck Charlie

Me with Bradley Steven Perry & Jason Dolley on the set of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie

Episode teaser

This episode started off with Eric Allan Kramer telling one

of his jokes or should I say trying to get someone to listen

to one of his jokes.  As always Gabe and the family finds

a way to save themselves from the torture.

“your mouth is where jokes go to die” – Gabe 

Eric Allan kramer on the set of Disney's Good Luck Charlie

Me with Eric Allan kramer on the set of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie

If you have never been to a Good Luck Charlie taping

your missing history and need to try and get to one soon.

Unfortunately there are only a couple of episodes left to tape.

Word is that this will probably be Good Luck Charlie’s last season.

It’s always sad to see a good thing come to an end.

Good Luck Charlie will be missed by its fans. I will definitely miss

the show but will always remember these moments and my visit

to Good Luck Charlie Episode 417 “Accepted”.

Bonus video

 How many Good Luck Charlie cast members can you spot in this

video? Comment below!

 

 

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