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"PJ in the City" is the seventeenth episode of Season 2 of the sitcom Good Luck Charlie, and the forty-third episode overall. It premiered on July 10, 2011 to 3.513 million viewers.[1]

Overview[]

Skyler moves to New York City and does not tell PJ to spare his feelings. PJ then follows her to New York, but Bob goes after him. Meanwhile, Teddy is determined to take the perfect school picture. In order to earn money for her outfit, she gets a job at a beach store where Spencer is working. Meanwhile, Amy barges in on Gabe's love life.

Cast[]

Main cast[]

Guest starring[]

Co-starring[]

  • Bill Suplee as Crusty Old Guy
  • Chris Grabher as Mime

References[]

  1. The Futon Critic Staff (July 13, 2011). "Sunday's Cable Ratings: "True Blood" Continues HBO's Reign". The Futon Critic. Retrieved on January 27, 2024.

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Media
Good Luck CharlieGood Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!
Characters
Bob DuncanAmy DuncanPJ DuncanTeddy DuncanGabe DuncanCharlie DuncanToby DuncanIvy WentzEmmett HeglinSpencer WalshEstelle DabneyJo KeenerMary Lou WentzHarry WentzSkylerVonnieVictorFrank DuncanLinda DuncanMel DuncanHank BlankenhooperPetunia BlankenhooperRaymondLauren DabneyKaiEmma
Locations
Colorado
Songs
Hang in There Baby
Episodes
Season One: "Study Date" • "Baby Come Back" • "The Curious Case of Mr. Dabney" • "Double Whammy" • "Dance Off" • "Charlie Did It!" • "Butt Dialing Duncans" • "Charlie is 1" • "Up a Tree" • "Take Mel Out to the Ball Game" • "Boys Meet Girls" • "Kit and Kaboodle" • "Teddy's Little Helper" • "Blankie Go Bye-Bye" • "Charlie Goes Viral" • "Duncan's Got Talent" • "Kwikki Chick" • "Charlie in Charge" • "Sleepless in Denver" • "Girl Bites Dog" • "Teddy's Broken Heart Club Band" • "Teddy Rebounds" • "Pushing Buttons" • "Snow Show" • "Driving Mrs. Dabney"

Season Two: "Charlie is 2" • "Something's Fishy" • "Let's Potty" • "Appy Days" • "Duncan vs. Duncan" • "L.A.R.P. in the Park" • "Battle of the Bands" • "The Singin' Dancin' Duncans" • "Teddy's Bear" • "Meet the Parents" • "Gabe's 12 1/2 Birthday" • "The Break-up" • "Charlie Shakes it Up!" • "Baby's New Shoes" • "Bye Bye Video Diary" • "Monkey Business" • "PJ in the City" • "Sun Show" • "Amazing Gracie" • "Termite Queen" • "The Bob Duncan Experience" • "Ditch Day" • "Alley Oops" • "Scary Had a Little Lamb" • "Return to Super Adventure Land" • "Can You Keep a Secret?" • "Story Time" • "It's a Charlie Duncan Thanksgiving" • "Teddy on Ice"
Season Three: "Make Room for Baby" • "Bad Luck Teddy" • "Amy Needs a Shower" • "Dress Mess" • "Catch Me if You Can" • "Name That Baby" • "Special Delivery" • "Welcome Home" • "Baby's First Vacation" • "Wentz's Weather Girls" • "Baby Steps" • "T. Wrecks" • "Teddy and the Bambino" • "Team Mom" • "Le Halloween" • "Guys & Dolls" • "Nurse Blankenhooper" • "Charlie Whisperer" • "Study Buddy" • "A Duncan Christmas" • "All Fall Down"
Season Four: "Duncan Dream House" • "Doppel Date" • "Demolition Dabney" • "Go Teddy!" • "Rock Enroll" • "The Unusual Suspects" • "Rat-A-Teddy" • "Charlie 4, Toby 1" • "Futuredrama" • "Teddy's New Beau" • "Teddy's Choice" • "Bug Prom" • "Weekend in Vegas" • "Fright Night" • "Sister, Sister" • "Bob's Beau-Be-Gone" • "Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas" • "Accepted" • "Down a Tree" • "Good Luck Teddy"

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