My five situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 should focus on include the Duncans taking a trip overseas. The hit Disney Channel series will get a sophomore run and a movie, according to “modOration”. Now it’s time for the Duncan family’s team of writers to step it up a notch to keep the viewers interested in the utterly silly program.
Five Situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 Should Focus On No. 1: The Duncans Need to Go Abroad
It’s now time for the cast of the hit series to somehow manage to take a trip abroad, like London or another locale in the United Kingdom. This could take up two or three episodes easily or be the premise of the series movie. What kind of mischief can the baby Charlie manage to get into while in jolly ol’ England that will have her family scrambling around the country? And would it be neat seeing the buffoonish PJ learn how to drive on the “wrong” side of the road while over there.
Five Situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 Should Focus On No. 2: Charlie Needs to Make a Fateful Telephone Call
How often have the current events news stories discussed some small child saving a family member by knowing how to call “911”? Well, since this Disney Channel program is a light-natured comedy, calling “911” would be too serious. Nonetheless, there needs to be a Season 2 episode where the baby gets hold of the phone, dials some numbers, which then leads to some zany happenings.
Five Situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 Should Focus On No. 3: Teddy and Her Best Friend Ivy Need to Get Regular Jobs
Teddy and her best friend Ivy have yet to be seen really working at some traditional teenage job, like at a fast food joint or a department store. Or better yet, interning for some wacky boss. Employment for situation comedy characters guarantees many potential laughs, especially if those two characters are employed by the same business as they exude a humorous chemistry when together.
Five Situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 Should Focus On No. 4: Bob’s Extermination Business Needs More Coverage
So far in Season 1, Bob’s exterminator business venture has been basically nothing but the butt of jokes. But combining household pests and an oddball comedy is a formula for laughs aplenty. Why not have Bob in the midst of some bug crisis in Denver, where the family resides – that has to do with termites, spiders, etc. that only he can solve in a comedic matter?
Five Situations Good Luck Charlie, Season 2 Should Focus On No. 5: The Duncans Need to be Caught Up in a Government Cover Up
Things in the country are tough. People have lost their faith in politicians and the government, making the masses’ mindset for looking for conspiracies and cover ups of all kinds more fertile. Well, this penchant needs to be lampooned on a Season 2 episode of Good Luck Charlie, where the Duncans find themselves in the middle of high jinx, where the family has to deal with some humorous government cover up.
‘Good Luck Charlie’ Gets Renewed for 2nd Season, Plus a Movie!!:http://modoration.com/2010/09/19/good-luck-charlie-gets-renewed-for-2nd-season-plus-a-movie/, “modOration”