The cast of Disney Channel's popular family sitcom Good Luck Charlie is back together again!
To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the series' debut, Disney brought the Duncan family together for a virtual cast reunion over Zoom with ET's Philiana Ng, where the stars took a trip down memory lane as they reminisced about their time on the comedy series, which ran from 2010 to 2014.
Good Luck Charlie followed Teddy Duncan and her family as they adjusted to their new baby sister, Charlie, in the household. When their parents return to work, Teddy and her brothers are enlisted to help care for baby Charlie, all while trying to navigate their teenage lives. In every episode, Teddy offered words of wisdom to her baby sister through video blogs and always wished Charlie "good luck." The series, which had A-list fans like The Office's Steve Carell, ran for 97 episodes, spawned a holiday TV movie and was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Children's Program from 2012 to 2014.
In ET's exclusive reunion, Good Luck Charlie stars Bridgit Mendler (Teddy), Bradley Steven Perry (Gabe), Jason Dolley (P.J.), Leigh-Allyn Baker (Amy), Eric Allan Kramer (Bob) and a grown-up Mia Talerico (Charlie) -- who was only 11 months old when the show started -- reconnected as they shared their fondest memories on set, working with baby Talerico and whether they'd be open to a reunion movie. Because Talerico was a toddler during the series, this marks the first official interview with all of the main cast members.
During the virtual reunion, Mendler confessed that she and the cast measured the 10 years since the show's premiere with Baker's pregnancies. The actress was pregnant with her eldest son, 11-year-old Griffin, when she screen-tested for Good Luck Charlie, and was pregnant with her now 7-year-old son Baker during season 3. "I feel like I was the luckiest person in the world because I got two amazing families all at one time," Baker marveled, joking that there were a lot of clothes hampers to hide her baby bump.
But the cast couldn't help but focus their attention on the adorable Talerico, now 11 years old, who remembered her time on the show -- well, as much as she should could! "I probably had a really easy role 'cause I just got told most of my lines or didn't have any," Talerico said with a laugh, causing her former co-stars to chuckle. "I think it was really easy because most of the time, it was what happened. We just rolled with it, like, in the crawling scene, I just stood up so we just went with it."
"Yeah, this is a trip right now! We have never done an interview with Mia and had a full conversation like this. This is bizarre!" Perry exclaimed.