All that’s left is the crying.
Good Luck Charlie‘s four-season, 100-episode run will come to a close on Sunday, Feb. 16, with the hour-long send-off “Good-Bye, Charlie,” Disney Channel has announced.
In that final episode, Teddy finds it hard to shoot a final video diary for her little sister Charlie, while Amy and Bob plan a special going away party for their college-bound daughter. Will Teddy’s ex-boyfriend Spencer be a surprise RSVP? (Spoiler: Oh yes, he will.)
In the week leading up to the series finale, GLC cast members will take turns hosting nights featuring their favorite episodes. Bridgit Mendler kicks things off Monday, Feb. 10, followed by Jason Dolley, Bradley Steven Perry, Eric Allan Kramer and then Leigh-Allyn Baker. A final trip down memory lane, featuring the whole cast, airs the evening of Saturday, Feb. 15.
Prior to its swan song, GLC will air an episode (this Sunday, I have confirmed) that features same-sex parents in a subplot “developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness,” the cabler previously explained.