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'Good Luck Charlie' finale: How did it all end?

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This week was the end of "Good Luck Charlie" on Disney channel. A lot of kids were shocked to see this show starring Bridgit Mendler come to an end but it is now over. On Feb. 16, TV Line shared how it all ended tonight.

This finale was an hour long episode. The show did run for four seasons and 100 episodes which was enough to bring them in a lot of fans. Teddy was headed off to college which would be a huge change in dynamic for the series if it had stuck around.

Bob and PJ started their own food truck and called it B&PJ’s PB&J Truck. This is going to keep PJ around and mom and dad watching out for him but at least he has a job now and can take care of himself. Amy got a job as the co-host of the show "Good Morning, Denver."

Spencer and Teddy met up again, but didn't admit they would be getting back together. They simply said they would be friends, but they will be close to each other and fans assumed this meant they would be together.

"Good Luck Charlie" is now over, but they will continue to air repeats on Disney channel.

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