Good Bye Charlie (also known as Good Luck Teddy) is the 20th-21st episode of the fourth season and the 99th and 100th episode of Good Luck Charlie overall. It is also the series finale. The episode aired on February 16th, 2014 to 4.6 million viewers.
Teddy finds it hard to make the last diary special. Amy is trying to get herself a full-time job on Good Morning Denver since the leading lady is leaving the show. Gabe and Mrs. Dabney attempt to stop the new kid Matt, from pranking her. PJ and his friend Gravy try to have a food truck and sell Fish and Gravy, but PJ doesn't think it is a good idea. PJ then gets the truck for himself, and Bob gets to work with PJ selling peanut butter and jelly sandwiches which everyone finds excellent.
Bob and Charlie know Spencer is back in town, and Teddy wants him at her going away party. Spencer said he'd think about it and then comes along with Victor, Skyler, Emmett, Mrs. Dabney, Lauren, and Vonnie comes to say goodbye. Teddy and Spencer sing a song because Charlie wants them to.
The next day, when Spencer visits the Duncans because he left his jacket, Teddy and Spencer figure their colleges are not so far away from each other, and they should meet up as friends. Before Spencer leaves, they kiss twice and end up back together.
Everyone then gets rid of their new neighbors with a marching band practice which they would have every day. Mrs. Dabney sees that Toby will be the next "devil child." The series ends with Teddy making the last video diary with the whole family, and they say together, Good Luck Charlie, also joined by Charlie.
- Bridget Mendler as Teddy Duncan
- Leigh-Allyn Baker as Amy Duncan
- Bradley Steven Perry as Gabe Duncan
- Mia Talerico as Charlie Duncan
- Eric Allan Kramer as Bob Duncan
- Jason Dolley as PJ Duncan
- Logan Moreau as Toby Duncan
- May 8, 2014 (Disney Channel Israel)
(Teddy’s last video diary.) Teddy: Well, Charlie. I guess this is it! Ya 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 so you know, as long as you got us, you always will have. C'mon, guys! Say it with me!
All: Good Luck, Charlie!
- This is the series finale.
- This episode aired after a 3-day marathon of Good Luck Charlie.
- The reason for the name change on Disney+ is the reference to the 1964 film titled Goodbye Charlie