In “All Fall Down,” Spencer (Shane Harper) gets the opportunity to start college in Boston a semester early, and Teddy (Mendler) encourages him to go, not realizing how hard a long distance relationship can be.
Meanwhile, Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) starts an online mommy blog, and Bob (Eric Allan Kramer) accidentally releases termites into the house.
After performing at the 3rd Annual Salvation Army Rock The Red Kettle Concert at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Saturday night (December 15) in Los Angeles, the two snapped the pic in front of a white Christmas Tree.
“Happy Holidays <3,” Bridgitwrote alongside the picture.
The 3rd annual Rock the Red Kettle Concert raised awareness for The Salvation Armyâ€™s 122nd annual Red Kettle Campaign, the oldest annual charitable fundraiser of its kind in the United States. In 2011, the campaign collected a record $147.6 million nationwide, and helped The Salvation Army serve 30 million people in communities where the money was raised.
Leigh-Allyn Baker takes center stage in front of her TV family in this new still from Good Luck Charlie.
In this weekend’s episode “A Duncan Christmas,” Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) takes Charlie (Mia Talerico) to see Santa Claus at Super Adventure Land, but when Santa decides to take a break right when it’s Charlie’s turn, Teddy takes matters into her own hands.
Meanwhile, Amy (Baker) and Grandma Linda (Shirley Jones) learn they are performing the same song at the family talent show.
“A Duncan Christmas” premieres Sunday, December 2nd @ 7:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. 10+ pics inside…
In this episode, Teddy (Mendler) takes Charlie (Mia Talerico) to see Santa Claus at Super Adventure Land, but when Santa decides to take a break right when itâ€™s Charlieâ€™s turn, Teddy takes matters into her own hands.
Meanwhile, Amy and Grandma Linda learn they are performing the same song at the family talent show.
Bridgit Mendler & Shane Harper – ‘Song for You’ Performance