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“The food props get eaten quickly. I was really happy when
we had grapes in this one scene, just because it’s something I know I’m not
going to regret eating. They were delicious.”—Bridgit
“Every tape night, we spin this wheel and whoever’s name it
lands on, that person has a song picked that the DJ will play. Everybody in the
audience has to dance through it. I [once] picked ‘I’m Shipping Up to Boston.’
I wanted an excuse to Riverdance.”—Jason
Meet Mia, who plays baby Charlie. But during rehearsals,
she’s oftentimes swapped out for a baby doll prop. “We were rehearsing with the
baby doll, and there’s a scene where [our] mom goes, ‘OK that’s it, I want five
minutes of peace and c’mon Charlie, you’re the only one that isn’t bothering me
right now,’” Bradley tells us. “And Jason suddenly goes, ‘Because she’s not
real!’ That’s the funniest thing I’ve heard on set so far.”
Psst…there’s a Wii in the green room, filled with kooky Miis
of castmembers. “I think mine has a beard or something. They all have little
quirks to them that’s not exactly like who we are,” says Bridgit.
“Every Tuesday we do ‘Theme Day.’ For unibrow day, I used
false eyelashes to make [mine]. This thing of eyelash glue was stuck on my
head. I ripped off part of my eyebrow trying to get [it] off once we were
finished for the day.”—Bradley
“Bridgit and I, and some of the other kids on the show,
started a movie club. We’ll get together and are [currently] going through all
the classics that some of us haven’t seen.”—Jason
“Every once in a while, Steph and I, my guardian while I
work on the show, cook a dish for the people on set. We’ve made lasagna,
meatloaf, lemon bars. It’s fun for us to cook and then have an audience for
it—people who will taste and try it out.”—Bridgit
“I do school work in my dressing room, so that’s no fun. But
that’s honestly what I do most of the time.”—Jason
And be sure to tune in this Sunday for loads more laughs,
only on the Disney Channel.
Are you a Good Luck Charlie fan? Blog about it, babes.
BY KATE DURKEE AND PATRICIA MCNAMARA ON 2/18/2011 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN television, Disney, celebrity interviews, Good Luck Charlie, Bridgit Mendler
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