Elliot Murtaugh is the second to youngest son of Jimmy Murtaugh and late unnamed mother in the second Cheaper by the Dozen film. He's probably 13 or 14. Like his siblings he's athletic and likes to cross on the Sea Doo. It is implied that he can knee-board.[edit | edit source]
Elliot develops a friendship with Sarah Baker and asks her to the movies.
"I hope you're still on for tomorrow" are his exact words. He gives her a parting gift; a kiss on the cheek. He goes to the movies with her to watch the Ice Age. Their fathers ruin their hang out. It is implied that Elliot has a crush on Sarah.
He rebels against his father and keeps hanging out with Sarah. Elliot thinks that she is cool. When the Bakers
leave after lunch at the Boulders, he says 'bye' to her. Sarah shyly waves back and gets into the car.
Elliot is in the 8th grade and plays the timpani. He is also a honors student and plays football, basketball and likes to skateboard. It is shown that he can do tricks on his board.
When the Murtaughs discuss their tactics for the Labor Day Cup, he waves to Sarah. His father tells him to stop acting all 'nicey-nice'.
He is the second one to jump out of the canoe. He also waits with the rest of the Baker Family & Murtaugh Family while Nora Baker-McNulty is giving birth.
Relationship (s)[edit | edit source]
*Sarah Baker (Love Interest & Close Friend)
He met Sarah Baker at Lake Winnetka. She's so shy at him because she think he's cute but he used to spent time with her. So, he asked her father Tom Baker for ask Sarah out for movie date. Later, He wave to Sarah but his dad Jimmy Murtaugh dislike between Elliot and Sarah but he decided to second jump out of the cone then he was helping Baker Family after Nora's giving birth her son Tom McNulty. He was smiled at her.