I love this phone more than life its self. Plus there's another year on the contract.

Phone Challenge is the 11th episode in Season 1 and the eleventh episode overall of I Didn't Do It


Logan's phone ends up landing in a smoothie, whilst in the middle of texting Haley. Him and the gang end up starting a pact to not use their phones for 72 hours, while Logan's phone dries.



Main Cast

Guest Cast

  • Larry Joe Campbell as Doug Peterman
  • Raymond Ochoa as Zane
  • Sharon Muthu as Singing Telegram Gal
  • Sedona Cohen as Haley
  • Markus Silbiger as Haley's Brother
  • Sydney Stills as Jimmy Fuller
  • Gideon James as D'artagan Hess
  • Andrea Mitchell as Vivian Banks


  • The plot to this episode is somewhat similar to the Nickelodeon show Victorious, the episode Cell Block.
  • Doug Peterman returns for the first time since The Pilot.
  • It is revealed that Garrett has a younger brother.

International Premieres

  • September 12, 2014 (Japan)
  • September 13, 2014 (Latin America and Brazil)
  • September 20, 2014 (Poland)
  • October 27, 2014 (Australia)

Memorable Quotes

Garrett: Here's the slushies!

Logan: Oh, my phone, my phone!

Garrett: I know you've got bigger issues right now, but keep in mind you owe me 3.25.

Lindy: Remove the case! SCAT!

Delia: Oh, I've never seen it caseless before.
Jasmine: It's non-responsive!
Logan: That's what my teacher calls me. Save my phone!
Jasmine: Shh, I'm not getting a beat.
Delia: I think it's time to pull the plug.
Jasmine: Call it.
Garrett: We can't call it, it's broken!

Logan: No! Come on, there's gotta be something we can do. I love this phone more than life itself. Plus I have another year on the contract.


To view the Phone Challenge gallery, click here.

Video Gallery

To view the Phone Challenge video gallery, click here.


  • Garrett references the once-popular "video game" Angry Birds when he says that the birds outside his window were happy birds, not angry birds.
  • When Jasmine is secretly keeping her phone, she imitates Gollum from The Lord of the Rings trilogy and his infamous catchphrase, "my precious!"
  • When Lindy is complaining that she's melting because of her wet shoulders, it's a reference to the Wicked Witch of the West who is melted by water. This is the second time in a row there is a Wizard of Oz reference.