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Teddy needs money for a new cell phone and gets a job as the neighborhood dog walker, but the job is less than glamorous. After walking in PJ's job Kwikki Chikki, PJ gets jealous when his boss Mitch gives Teddy a job as the Kwikki Chikki spokesmodel. Teddy then comes up with a plan to get herself fired in order to give her brother the spotlight he deserves. Meanwhile, Amy sings a song with Charlie at her daycare which gets very competitive with the other mothers, while Gabe uses a mouse to play a trick on Bob!

Episode Summary

Teddy needs money for a new cell phone and gets a job as the neighborhood dog walker, but the job is less than glamorous.

PJ gives Mitch (David Arnott), his boss at Kwikki Chikki, an idea for a new spokesmodel to bring in more customers, but when he expects Mitch to give the job to him, he makes Teddy the new spokesmodel after she walks into the restaurant to use the restroom.

Teddy then comes up with a plan to get herself fired in order to give her brother the spotlight he deserves. Meanwhile, Amy sings a song with Charlie at her daycare and gets very competitive with the other mothers.

Gabe uses a mouse to play a trick on Bob by letting the mouse go every time Bob catches it.

In the end, Bob has the last laugh. 


Songs

  • Nursery Rhymes Medley.

Gallery

The image gallery for Kwikki Chick.

Running Gags

Good Luck, Charlie

Memorable Quotes

Bob: You want a new phone? (gives Teddy a toy phone) Here you go, new phone. Unlimited minutes and it squeaks!
Teddy: You look so cute.

Amy: Aw, Charlie. Did you hear what your big sister said about you?
Teddy: No, I was talking to you, Mom.

Amy: Aw, you're so sweet. And you're not getting a phone.

Background Information

  • It is shown that Teddy does not want another member of the family doing a video diary without her approval. This was later seen again in Wentz's Weather Girls.
  • Amy mentions Britney Spears when one of the other moms says that her daughter was named Britney, and Amy comments by saying that she named her after a 'troubled pop star'.

Production Information

International Premieres

  • February 5, 2011 (Disney Channel Poland)

Continuity

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Cast

Guest Stars

References

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