Weird Science: An Episode Guide

Episode Descriptions

Season Three

Episode 27 - "Earth Boys are Easy"

Original Air Date: April 8, 1995

When Chett's girlfriend Rose gives him the heave-ho, he takes his considerable frustratuion out on Wyatt. Desperate for a reprieve, Wyatt asks Lisa to find the perfect match to pacify his big nrother. Lisa comes up with an uber-babe named Ally — unbelievably sexy, super smart and completely hot for Chett. There's only one slight snag, Ally turns out to be a hideous alien from outer space. The good news in all this is she does want to do the horizontal frog dance with Chett. The bad news is she plans on having dinner afterward... and chett is gonna be the main course.1

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
Max Tash

Guest Stars:
Debbie Korkunis as Rose
Sofia Milos as Ali

 

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Episode 28 - "Horseradish"

Original Air Date: April 15, 1995

After Chett nearly destroys Lisa's files from Wyatt's computer, the guys decide to step up their security measures. Lisa creates a an impenatrable shell for the computer, effectively and totally sealing it. Unfortunately, it only takes Gary about ten seconds to forget the password. Now locked out of her home-base and unable to access the source of her magic, Lisa is forced to experience life as a normal woman for the first time. Her whirlwind journey through the realm of human experiences include her first dream, her first trip to the bathroom, and her first love. Unfortunately for Lisa, she also discovers what it feels like to have a broken heart. Oh, and Chett meets a bunch of friendly circus people.1

Written by:
Peter Ocko & Adam Barr

Directed by:
Troy Miller

Guest Stars:
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
William Bumiller as Steven
Rebecca Chambers as Lila
Shaunery Stevens as Flame Swallower

 

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Episode 29 - "Grampira"

Original Air Date: April 22, 1995

After visiting his grandmother in the nursing home, Wyatt is bummed that Nana isn't the same spiritely woman from his childhood. He asks Lisa if she can give Nana the energy and vitality of a young person, which Lisa does. Unfortunately, that vim and vigor has to come from someplace: Nana has become a life-force vampire, unwittingly sucking the youth out of everyone she comes into contact with. Gary and Wyatt, now granny old teen, have to find Nana and return her to her home... before they die of old age. Oh, and Chett trades in his Jeep fro a nice Buick.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Max Tash

Guest Stars:
Gloria Le Roy as Grandma
Karyn Dean as Carla Robinson
Bruce Fine as Rocco
Ingo Neuhaus as Rick

 

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Episode 30 - "Rock Hard Chett"

Original Air Date: April 29, 1995

In an attempt to save him from being crispy-fried by lightning, Lisa makes Chett invincible. Now, nothing can hurt him. Of course, Chett doesn't realize this until he's been electrocuted, run0over, and shot. Convinced by Gary and Wyatt to use his new- found powersfor good, Chett becomes the costumed super-hero. The Star-Spangled Butt Kicker. Chett becomes a one-man task force aimed at stamping out crime... until his power wears off in the middle of a confrontation with armed homicidal lunatics.1

Written by:
Ed Ferra & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Kevin Michael Richardson as Lietenant
Gene Wolande as Mugger
Rick Pasqualone as Robber

 

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Episode 31 - "Lucky Suit"

Original Air Date: May 6, 1995

Good things happen whenever Wyatt's dad, Wayne Donnelly, wears his lucky suit. Gary, looking for some breaks for his own dad, borrows the suit. Not content to leave things to mere chance, Gary also has Lisa whip up a little zappings and make the suit lucky for real. Before you can say "Peter Principal," Al Wallace is rocketing to the top of the corporate world. The only problem is, his success is at the expense of Wayne, who's having an unbelievable run of bad luck. Oh, and Chett finds a girl who's clinically depressed and wants him.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Max Tash

Guest Stars:
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Jeff Doucette as Al Wallace
France Benvenuto as Angie
Heidi Sorensen as Mrs. Bell
Kim Sebastian as Sheryl
Patrick Cronin as Mr. Tate
David Wells as Phil
Sharon Lee Jones as Roch-Looking-Lady
James Keane as Policeman

 

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Episode 32 - "Gary Wallace: Boy Reporter"

Original Air Date: May 13, 1995

Hot to play couch commando with the attractive editor of the school newspaper, Gary volunteers his services as a reporter. Trouble is, all Gary knows about journalism comes from supermarket tabloids. Since he can't report on phony stuff, Gary has Lisa zap him up an equalizer — a magic pen that causes whatever you write with to come true. Pretty soon, Farber High is awash with UFO encounters, Elvis sightings, and two-headed Scotsmen, and Gary's got the scoop every time. And the more he impresses his editor, the closer he gets her to fall madly into the backseat with him. Oh, and Chett gets turned into a yeti..1

Written by:
Jeff Vlaming

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Jennifer Burns as Marie Koontz
Gary Guercio as Guy
Heather O'Ryan as Girl

 

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Episode 33 - "Hot Wheels"

Original Air Date: May 27, 1995

When Wyatt needs a car to impress his date Mindy, Lisa obliges by creating Nadine, the bitchinest set of wheels ever to lay rubber on the open road. Nadine's sparkling personality, however, wins Wyatt over ion a major way — he falls in love with his car and dumps Mindy! Meanwhile, as Gary and Mindy try to figure out Wyatt's sick obsession, they becomes romantically entangled with each other. That is, until Nadine casts her spell over Gary as well, causing him to blow off Mindy for the car, too. Oh, and Chett gets molested by a '76 Pinto.1

Written by:
Peter Ocko & Adam Barr

Directed by:
Troy Miller

Guest Stars:
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Brigitta Dau as Mindy

 

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Episode 34 - "Bikini Camp Slasher "

Original Air Date: June 3, 1995

Lisa and the guys watch a videotape of Bikini Camp Slasher — a top-budget, teen splatter flick. Somehow, Lisa thinks it would be fun to zap them all into the movie — as characters. Once inside, they find themselves pursued by a homicidal sickle - wielding maniac named Mittface. The only weapon at their disposal is Gary's vast, encyclopedic knowledge of the unspoken rules of slasher flicks. And, to make matters worse, they face the possibility of being taped over and obliterated! Oh, and Chett almost gets lucky.1

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
David Wagner as Dirk
Elaine Klimaszewski as Brittany
Diane Klimaszewski as Tiffany
Tim Griffon as Rod
Jennifer Aspen as Sharon
Dan Studney as Mittface

 

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Episode 35 - "What Genie?"

Original Air Date: June 10, 1995

A pretty girl named Phoebe charms the secret of Lisa's existance out of Gary and Wyatt. She then proceeds to take control of Lisa herself, forcing her to dress up like Barbara Eden and be Phoebe's slave. Now in control of Lisa's planet-splintering, awe-inspiring nearly-limitless cosmic powers, Phoebe can do anything she wants. So, she becomes the host of her own syndicated afternoon talk show. Will the guys be able to save Lisa and cancel Phoebe for good? It won't be easy — all their memories of Lisa's existence have been wiped clean. Good thing wyatt keeps a journal.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Troy Miller

Guest Stars:
Emma Caulfield as Phoebe Hale
Chad Cox as Ted
Richard Karron as Mr. Brinkman
Kyle Fredricks as P.A.
Carol Poretz as Female Audience Member 1
Kevin Kennedy as Male Audience Member 1
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Jeff Doucette as Al Wallace
Carole Goldman as Female Audience Member 2
Loren Freeman as Male Audience Member 2

 

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Episode 36 - "Sci-Fi Zoned"

Original Air Date: June 17, 1995

After a nasty butt-crack incident in phys ed threatens the guys's friendship, Lisa zaps them into an episode of their favorite TV show, "The Sci-Fi Zone," to patch up their differences. Confronted by pig-faced women, demonic principals and talking candy bars Gary and Wyatt are forced to save their butts. Oh, and Chett does a wicked Rod Serlin...1

Written by:
Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Vanessa Lee Asher as Mutated Pig Lady
June Forgy as voice of Baby Ruthi/Tammy

 

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Episode 37 - "The Wyatt Brief"

Original Air Date: June 24, 1995

When Lisa gives Wyatt a glimpse into the future, he discovers that he's destined to steal Gary's prom date. Determined to change this future, Wyatt asks Lisa to give him the most obnoxious personality she can think of. Lisa zaps Wyatt into a magic pair of Chett's underwear, giving him Chett's personality. Unfortunately, Gary's date is even more turned on by the new Chett-like Wyatt.. and Chett is delighted by his lil' bro's newfound machismo.1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
Les Landau

Guest Stars:
Brittany Powell as Roxanne
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
David Shofner as Freshman

 

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Episode 38 - "Free Gary"

Original Air Date: July 1, 1995

It's babes and baby oil for the guys when Lisa makes Gary and Wyatt lifeguards in a "Baywatch" - style fantasy. Things get fishy, however, when Gary tries to rescue a cute environmentalist from drowning.. and Lisa turns him into a merman. Meanwhile, Lisa discovers she might not be the only magic genie in the universe when she falls under the spell of the mysterious "Kahuna."1

Written by:
Jeff Vlaming

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Jake Johannsen as Kahuna
Leslie Danon as Petra
Patrick Denton as Hazzelhoof
Kari Lizer as Mary

 

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Episode 39 - "Quantum Wyatt"

Original Air Date: July 15, 1995

Lisa gives Wyatt a sampler of magic chocolates which allow him to try a taste a variety of different carrers. When one of the supernatural caramel clusters zaps Wyatt into the body of a grizzled detective, Wyatt must think like a cop to clear Gary of stealing a valuable comic book. Oh, and Chett gets hot and bothered calling 976-GARY.1

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

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Directed by:
Ron Ames

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Heather McComb as Tori
Barry Dennon as Mr. Jolly
Joshua Schaefer as Ratso Rico
Peter Siragusa as Scivinivich
Christian Meoli as Dangerous Felon

 

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Episode 40 - "Fly Boy"

Original Air Date: July 22, 1995

Gary lights up the sky like a frizzy-haired UFO when Lisa gives him a pair of flying shoes to play with. Unorthodox FBI agents Scolder and Molly arrive to investigate Gary's aerial hi-jinks, and find themselves on trail of a real mystery — a magic computer genie named Lisa. Oh, and Chett gets hypnotized.1

Written by:
Jeff Vlaming

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Larry Poindexter as Agent Scolder
Jamie Rose as Agent Molly
Bill Bolender as The Smoker
Steve Kramer as One Controller

 

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Episode 41 - "Teen Lisa"

Original Air Date: July 29, 1995 (7pm)

Lisa agrees to switch places with Gary and Wyatt: The guys become apprentice genies, while Lisa tackles high school sans both her magic and her supermodel good looks. While the guileless teenaged Lisa falls hard for high school hunk Lyle, the guys discover it ain't easy being a genie. Oh, and Chett gets turned into a poodle.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Les Landau

Guest Stars:
Shonda Whipple as Brenda
Chad Morgan as Heather
Andrew Kavovit as Kyle
Brian George as Mr. Palete
Sebastian Tillinger as Dick
Christina Venuti as Student 1
Beau Hayes as Student 2

 

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Episode 42 - "Dead Can Dance"

Original Air Date: July 29, 1995 (7pm)

When a Lisa-poweered seance goes wrong, Chett conjures up an ancester of the Donnelly clan, hearty 12th Century warrior Baldash. Chett bonds withn his lusty ancester and travels back in time with him to live a life of medieval debauchery. It's up to Wyatt to save his brother from ending up on the wrong end of a battle axe.1

Written by:
Peter Ocko & Adam Barr

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Ritch Brinkley as Baldash
Peter Spellos as Grondin
Melissa Deppe as Susan
Charlotte Lopez as Annie
Rick Zeiff as Burly Guy
Don Gibb as Turkey Guy

 

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Episode 43 - "The Legend of Red Brick Wallace"

Original Air Date: August 12, 1995 (7pm)

Lamenting that he comes from a long line of luckless cowards, Gary is surprised to learn that one of his ancesters was a western gunslinger. Lisa zaps the guys back to the Wild West to meet Gary's celebrated ancester, Red Brick Wallace. Ol' Red Brick turns out to be a spittoon polisher, however, and the guys need to improvise some frontier magic to kep him from getting pumped full o'lead. Oh, and Chett gets to dress up like a cowboy, too.1

Written by:
Jeff Vlaming

Directed by:
Les Landau

Guest Stars:
Jeff Doucette as Al Wallace/Red Brick Wallace
Brenda Klemme as Begonia
Burton Gilliam as Snake
Dennis Fimple as Pappy
Leo Marks as Banker

 

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Episode 44 - "Spies R Us"

Original Air Date: September 9, 1995

Gary and Wyatt play suave superheroes in a virtual reality spy simulator whipped up by Lisa. When Gary overloads Lisa's VR machine, however, the spy fantasy becomes real... turning Farber High into a hotbed of danger and intrigue, and making Gary and Wyatt targets of the diabolical genius Scampfinger. Oh, and Chett performs a full cavity search on Wyatt.1

Written by:
Tom Spezialy & Alan Cross

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Jeff Doucette as Al Wallace
Jennifer Corbett Kroll as Contessa
Melissa Williams as Beautiful Woman
Sebastian Tillinger as Mr. Dinkler
Jim Lincoln as Guy in Locker

 

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