Good Luck Charlie: The Movie

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Year:
2011
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If there's an ocean,

it's just a puddle

That I've got to get across

Any mountain

I'll climb over

Like a kid

on the monkey bars

I know you're out

there somewhere

I know you'll miss me

just like I miss you

No matter what

I'll get there

And you know

I'll never stop

I'm gonna run,

run, run, run, run

I'm gonna run to you

I'm gonna run,

run, run, run, run

I'm gonna run to you

You know I'll find you

I'm never far behind you

I swear these words

are true

I'm gonna run,

run, run, run, run

I'm gonna run to you

Every minute

I'm getting closer

I'm gonna show you

Any second

I'll run through that door

Here I come, yeah!

Oh, here I come

I'm gonna run,

run, run, run, run

I'm gonna run to you

I'm gonna run,

run, run, run, run

I'm gonna run to you

Guess what, Charlie?

We're one day away from going on

your first trip on an airplane

and celebrating our first Christmas

at Grandma and Grandpa's

new condo in Palm Springs!

You're going to have so much fun.

No, no, no, Mom, you have

to toddler-proof the place.

Just so long as you don't touch anything.

No, anything breakable has to be at

least three feet off the ground.

Uh-oh.

Make that four.

I gotta go.

Charlie, get back in here!

No, no, no, stay away,

there's shards everywhere!

Are you eating a cookie in the living room?

You get back here!

And stay away!

Mom's a little frazzled.

Mom, why are you so stressed out?

Because this is an extremely

important Christmas.

Why?

Because!

Of...

The...

Because we're going to Palm Springs!

Why is that more stressful?

You don't have to cook,

you don't have to clean.

You can just sit out by the pool.

At what price, Teddy?

At what price?

What if we lose the things that make

Christmas in Denver so special?

Like the blizzards?

The endless chapped lips?

Listening to Mrs.

Dabney's talking Santa go "Ho, ho, ho,"

on an endless, rip-your-

own-eardrums-out loop?

No, I'm talking about

our family traditions!

Mom, I'm pretty sure Dad's going to overeat

and get heartburn no matter where we are.

No.

The good traditions!

Like making little tree-shaped

pancakes on Christmas morning!

We can do that at Grandma's.

I'm pretty sure flour and eggs

are available nationwide.

Okay. What about...

What about the star?

What?

The star on the tree tradition.

Where your father takes the

littlest Duncan in his arms

and lifts her high to the heavens,

to crown the tree with its finest jewel.

That is so not a big deal.

Are you kidding me?

Do you know how important

that is to your sister?

Look, Charlie!

It's the star!

And what do we do with it on Christmas Eve?

No, no, no, we don't eat the star.

No, no, no, we do not throw the star.

We are not Christmas ninjas.

See? Not a big deal.

Ho, ho, ho.

It is so cold out there,

I'm pretty sure I saw a snowman shivering!

PJ, will you tell your sister

how important the star on the

Christmas tree tradition is.

The what?

On the what?

Whatever.

Guys, check this out.

Snowmen!

You bought a Christmas swimsuit?

Uh, no, I bought

two Christmas swimsuits.

Well, that was money well spent.

I know!

I cannot wait to get to sunny Palm Springs,

where the only thing that's

frozen are the slushies.

Ho, ho, ho.

Wow.

That never gets old. Hey!

Look what I got for 30 bucks.

A stroller?

Yeah, a stroller.

And a car seat!

And an airplane seat!

And it's completely convertible!

I press this button right here,

the whole thing retracts.

In theory.

Come on!

It was 30 bucks!

Will you please tell your kids

how important the star

on the tree tradition is?

Uh, kids, very important.

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