I Didn't Do It is a Disney ChannelKid Com. It premiered with a "sneak peak" airing of the pilot episode on January 17, 2014 (after the Disney Channel movieCloud9) with the "regular" premiere (of the second episode) on January 26, 2014.And before you ask, no, it has nothing to do withBart Simpson.The plot centers around Lindy Watson (Olivia Holt) and Logan Watson (Austin North), twin siblings who, along with their three best friends, Jasmine (Piper Curda), Garrett (Peyton Clark) and Delia (Sarah Gilman), spend their freshman year on high school. Each episode of the series starts with a wacky scene, when the five friends tell the story and the happenings they remember, and how they led to that situation.
I Didn't Do It provides examples of:
Adorkable: Garrett. His manners deliver a big part of the comedy on the show.
Adults Are Useless: Averted. All of the adults (including the parents) are pretty smart and able to deal with the situations.
Air-Vent Passageway: In "Dance Fever," Lindy escapes the janitor's room this way. It ends up breaking right above Sherri, causing Lindy to hurt her.
On one hand, it is exaggerated, since the actual sentence "I didn't do it!" is used only in "The Pilot." On the other hand, it is downplayed, since, even though the sentence is no more used, all the episodes maintain the structure that can refer to the title.
Interestingly, in "In the Doghouse with the White House," Delia says she is used to saying "I didn't do it."
Artistic Title: The opening sequence even includes interesting pictures that are not from the show's universe, but taken by the cast themselves.
Babysitter from Hell: Downplayed with Mrs. Klasby from "The Pilot," who is not mean, just a cranky lady who seems to dislike Lindy and Logan for some reason. Although Deputy Doug said she used to make him rub her feet when he was a kid.
Played Straight several times as well, such as in "If It Tastes Like a Brussels Sprout" where Logan calls out everyone for being mean to Lindy after her lunch menu changes were poorly received (despite not liking them himself) and "Now Museum, Now You Don't" were he takes the blame for something she did (despite playing no part in the events what so ever for a change) costing him his job at the museum, simply because he knows she deserves hers more.
Also, Haley's brother in "Phone Challenge," who wants to teach Logan a lesson after thinking he made a fool of her.
In "Dance Fever," Logan's suit advertises Fireman Freddy's Spaghetti Station.
In "In the Doghouse with the White House," it's shown that the friends had been recorded and some scenes from "The New Guy" and "Dear High School Self" are used as evidences that they have been spying the president.
Casual Danger Dialogue: In "Dear High School Self," Delia likes to taunt Garrett even if they are trapped in a trash room with no way out.
Epic Fail: In "If It Tastes Like a Brussels Sprout," the friends are showing their product ("Happy Time Flavor Changing Yum Yum Spray," a spray that improves the flavor of vegetables) on TV. Lindy, Jasmine, Garrett and Delia start feeling sick from it and vomit blue stuff at Logan.
Enfant Terrible: Kyle from "Fireman Freddy's Spaghetti Station." He was held in fourth grade because he stole a teacher's car.
In the pilot, Seth suggests that Logan and Garrett sit with the other freshmans, on the table that is right under the food vent and Logan replies, saying they are a special kind of freshman. The scene cuts to them sitting on that table.
In "Dear High School Self":
Jasmine: Well, I think we all know what we have to do.
Garrett: If it mean going anywhere near that garbage room, we most certainly do not!
[Cuts to Logan, Jasmine and Garrett entering the trash room, much to his dismay.]
"In the Doghouse with the White House," specially, had the interrogators to show photos and clips from earlier in the episode (or even earlier episodes) are believed to prove that the gang was spying on the president.
Missing Trailer Scene: The promo for "Lindy-licious" shows a scene with Logan laying on the couch using a long straw to take a sip of a smoothie, which isn't in the episode.
My Eyes Are Up Here: Male version. Said by Delia's "date" (a young boy) in "Phone Challenge." Not less radar-y however, considering she was looking under the table.
My Greatest Failure: The plot of "Dear High School Self" stems from Lindy's regret over the fact that her letter included a wish that she would have better friends in high school. She spends most of the episode trying to cover it up and telling her friends how much she loves them.
Negative Continuity: Young Logan is played by two different actors in the first two episodes (Jacob Johnson in the first and Max Page in the ones after this one). Eight years-old Lindy also wears glasses in one episode, and doesn't in the others.
Possibly averted since Lindy might have gotten contacts in between flashbacks.
Logan: Yeah, too bad we're grounded for the next six weeks.
Delia: My parents kept me in the basement once, too.
Lindy: Delia, we're allowed to go upstairs.
Delia: Yeah, so was I!
Nose Nuggets: In a Cutaway Gag seen in "Lindy-Licious," Logan sneezes and cover his hands on snot. Then he wipes it on a pillow.
Odd Couple: Logan is the opposite of both his twin sister Lindy and his best friend Garrett. While Lindy is book smart, Logan is book dumb. While Garrett is anxious and timid, Logan is very chill and laid-back.
Oh Crap: In "The New Guy," the five friends jump off an airplane and Garrett's parachute "breaks down."
Lindy: Okay, Delia. I know you're upset but that kind of language is not necessary!
People Puppets: In "The Pilot," Jasmine and Delia move a sleeping Mrs. Klasby's arms, Garrett moves her head, while Lindy does her voice in order to keep Deputy Doug from stopping the party and calling the cops.
Slow No: Logan when his cell phone flies off his hands in "Phone Challenge."
So Proud of You: Played for Laughs in "Snow Problem." Jasmine is proud of Lindy because she started crushing Dash, the snowboarding instructor, even after she said they weren't going snowboarding to see guys.
Delia: And how much fun did you have getting here?
Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Invoked. Towards the end of "The New Guy," the gang finds out Tom is really afraid of heights. Their plan to make him leave them? Pretend they love skydiving and they always do it!