History Headscratchers / GoodLuckCharlie

5th Aug '15 4:57:08 AM neonhitch
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*** It's possible that Lynette was being nice to Ivy to influence her during the trial.

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*** It's possible that Lynette was being nice to Ivy to influence her during the trial.trial.
* Sooo... what do you think happened with Gabe and Jo? Did they ever begin dating?
24th Jun '14 2:12:23 PM Sibuna
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**** Well, this is [[DumbBlonde PJ] we're talking about. He's not exactly known for being observant.

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**** Well, this is [[DumbBlonde PJ] PJ]] we're talking about. He's not exactly known for being observant.
11th Jun '14 2:25:52 PM hnc13
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*** Well, we are talking about [[DumbBlonde PJ]]. He's not exactly known for being observant.


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**** Well, this is [[DumbBlonde PJ] we're talking about. He's not exactly known for being observant.


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*** As of the birth of Toby, the Duncan's now have two brunette children. I just suspect that Amy's not a natural blonde, especially since her sister has brown hair.
11th Jun '14 2:14:38 PM hnc13
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*** Well, we are talking about [[DumbBlonde PJ]]. He's not exactly known for being observant.



** Gabe was ''supposed'' to be 10, but underwent a retcon so he was the same age as Bradley Stephen Perry because he didn't look 10 & it was only going to get worse as he got older. The voice change he had during that didn't help matters.

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** Gabe was ''supposed'' to be 10, but underwent a retcon so he was the same age as Bradley Stephen Steven Perry because he didn't look 10 & it was only going to get worse as he got older. The voice change he had during that didn't help matters.
28th Nov '13 3:04:58 AM Laina
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* So Toby has to share a room with Gabe? He's probably either going to learn pranks from Gabe because he thinks Toby's name is cool, or Toby's on a one way trip to Chicago.

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* ** So Toby has to share a room with Gabe? He's probably either going to learn pranks from Gabe because he thinks Toby's name is cool, or Toby's on a one way trip to Chicago.Chicago.
** I know a family with 6 kids in a two bedroom house. They parents currently sleep in the den and their youngest who's a year sleeps in a crib in their room. Now they're looking at a 4 bedroom house with a living room that could be used as a 5th bedroom and you know what their kids have decided? The (4) boys want one room. The (2) girls want one room. They don't want to split up. They'll use the smallest room as a closet and mom and dad will have their own bedroom with the baby for now. Kids don't always WANT their own rooms.
28th Nov '13 3:00:30 AM Laina
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** In the episode with Charlie's first birthday, we see that Amy gives birth in probably around three or four hours, (going by the amount of time Teddy and Ivy spend in costume) which is INCREDIBLY fast, honestly, when you're talking real-life labour and not TV-labour. If she has a history of fast births (which we now have evidence that she's had at least 2 out of 5 times), then it's much smarter to go to the hospital when she first starts to feel signs of labour.

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** In the episode with Charlie's first birthday, we see that Amy gives birth in probably around three or four hours, (going by the amount of time Teddy and Ivy spend in costume) which is INCREDIBLY fast, honestly, when you're talking real-life labour and not TV-labour. If she has a history of fast births (which we now have evidence that she's had at least 2 out of 5 times), then it's much smarter to go to the hospital when she first starts to feel signs of labour.labour instead of waiting until it's too late and having an unassisted birth that could possibly be dangerous for her or the baby. Not to mention drug-free.
28th Nov '13 2:59:29 AM Laina
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** In the episode with Charlie's first birthday, we see that Amy gives birth in probably around three or four hours, (going by the amount of time Teddy and Ivy spend in costume) which is INCREDIBLY fast, honestly, when you're talking real-life labour and not TV-labour. If she has a history of fast births (which we now have evidence that she's had at least 2 out of 5 times), then it's much smarter to go to the hospital when she first starts to feel signs of labour.
2nd Nov '13 12:11:49 PM misspeaches
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** Nobody actually saw her dance. They were mistaken for the Duncan sisters, but noone actually saw them dance until after Flynn pointed out that they look nothing like the Duncan sisters, at which point Rocky stated outright that they have no talent and Cece claimed people would feel sorry for them because of their dancing.

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** Nobody actually saw her dance. They were mistaken for the Duncan sisters, but noone no one actually saw them dance until after Flynn pointed out that they look nothing like the Duncan sisters, at which point Rocky stated outright that they have no talent and Cece claimed people would feel sorry for them because of their dancing.


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**So a cell phone running on a battery could be a wireless hotspot, or be the video chat device.
30th Sep '13 4:25:01 PM redgyarados
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** In "The Singin' Dancin' Duncans", Teddy's government class puts together a mock trial. Teddy is the attorney for Ivy, and Spencer, whose dad is a lawyer, is the attorney for Lynette. Lynette, meanwhile, is having a party, and invites everyone except Teddy. Ivy, who is invited, says that she won't go if Teddy can't. Ivy goes regardless, and Teddy begins to get suspicious, especially when Lynette starts acting nice to Ivy. Teddy even says that she called Ivy's house, but Ivy wasn't there. During the trial, Ivy says that she was out with Spencer, who has broken up with Teddy by this point in the series. After a frankly unfair barrage of questions, Teddy storms out, and Ivy apologizes later (for going out with Spencer). That's all good and well, but it doesn't explain at all why Lynette was nice to Ivy.

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** In "The Singin' Dancin' Duncans", Teddy's government class puts together a mock trial. Teddy is the attorney for Ivy, and Spencer, whose dad is a lawyer, is the attorney for Lynette. Lynette, meanwhile, is having a party, and invites everyone except Teddy. Ivy, who is invited, says that she won't go if Teddy can't. Ivy goes regardless, and Teddy begins to get suspicious, especially when Lynette starts acting nice to Ivy. Teddy even says that she called Ivy's house, but Ivy wasn't there. During the trial, Ivy says that she was out with Spencer, who has broken up with Teddy by this point in the series. After a frankly unfair barrage of questions, Teddy storms out, and Ivy apologizes later (for going out with Spencer). That's all good and well, but it doesn't explain at all why Lynette was nice to Ivy.Ivy.
*** It's possible that Lynette was being nice to Ivy to influence her during the trial.
6th Sep '13 11:46:46 AM MathWizardBoy
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* I'm still wondering about Teddy's fear at the end of "Charlie did it!" Here she's in the right due to the humorless owner of the store attempting to treat an infant like a hardened criminal.

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* I'm still wondering about Teddy's fear at the end of "Charlie did it!" Here she's in the right due to the humorless owner of the store attempting to treat an infant like a hardened criminal.criminal.
* I have two about plot threads that went seemingly unresolved:
** In "Pushing Buttons", Teddy has to film a scene of an important moment in her life, so she chooses when her parents told her they were expecting a baby. Amy wants to portray herself, and does. She starts getting too involved with the production (something not uncharacteristic of Amy Duncan) and at one point mentions that she wants to see how she felt at that time. Teddy then blurts out "You want to know what I was feeling? Why are you having another child? You barely have time for the three you already have!" Teddy's rant comes out of nowhere, and that storyline wasn't really resolved (I might be wrong).
** In "The Singin' Dancin' Duncans", Teddy's government class puts together a mock trial. Teddy is the attorney for Ivy, and Spencer, whose dad is a lawyer, is the attorney for Lynette. Lynette, meanwhile, is having a party, and invites everyone except Teddy. Ivy, who is invited, says that she won't go if Teddy can't. Ivy goes regardless, and Teddy begins to get suspicious, especially when Lynette starts acting nice to Ivy. Teddy even says that she called Ivy's house, but Ivy wasn't there. During the trial, Ivy says that she was out with Spencer, who has broken up with Teddy by this point in the series. After a frankly unfair barrage of questions, Teddy storms out, and Ivy apologizes later (for going out with Spencer). That's all good and well, but it doesn't explain at all why Lynette was nice to Ivy.
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