Weird Science: An Episode Guide

Episode Descriptions

Season Four

Episode 45 - "Searching for Boris Karloff (a.k.a. She's Alive II)"

Original Air Date: January 6, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary wants to claim bragging rights for creating Lisa, so Lisa sends the guys to meet the only other person who can appreciate what it means to create a life... Dr. Frankenstein. The doctor doesn't appreciate being upstaged by the two teenaged boys though and he drains Lisa's energy to create his own "Bride of Frankenstien." Gary and Wyatt must play scientist to bring Lisa back to life with a little help from the Creature (Richard Mull).1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
Tom Spezialy

Guest Stars:
Gerrit Graham as Dr. Victor Frakenstein
Richard Moll as Frankenstein's Monster
Jim Jensen as Mr. Bailey
Ianthe Kabakov as Ilsa
Marjory Graue as Hausfrau
Otto Coelho as Peasent

 

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Episode 46 - "Men In Tights"

Original Air Date: January 13, 1996 (at 9pm)

Another Lisa spell gone haywire turns Wyatt and Chett into an unstopable wrestling tag team "The Yankee Dudes." They rise to the top ranks of the pro wrestling world, where they must face the wrath of the villainous Schwarzeneggerian terror, Der Blitzkrieger.1

Written by:
Ed Ferra & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
King Kong Bondy as Himself
Brian Thompson as Blitzkrieger
Michael Clarke Duncan as Cardinal Carnage
Coquiina Dunn as Pretty Girl
Eddie Mekka as Tommy Svachino
Pistol Pete Marquez as The Sphinx
Michael Buffer as Ring Announcer

 

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Episode 47 - "Puppet Love"

Original Air Date: January 20, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary is mortified to learn that do-gooding Wyatt and Lisa have set up a date between him and his new Cyber-Space Cori. Gary has lied to Cori, who believes he looks like a waifish magazine model. Lisa solves the problem by zapping up a remote controlled puppet on his date with Cori, but is dismayed to learn that she likes the puppet better than him! Oh, and some pigeons poop on Chett's jeep.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Michael Lange

Guest Stars:
Jarred Paul as Puppet Guy
Kimberly Kelley as Cori
Charlotte Lopez as Jessie

 

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Episode 48 - "Chett-A-Nator"

Original Air Date: January 27, 1996 (at 9pm)

Chett is abducted by extrterrestrials and is replaced by an unstoppableandroid duplicate. The Chett-Android kidnaps Lisa for the Alien Race Known as "Steve," who want to make Lisa their queen. :Lisa isn't really up for procreating a race of do-faced aliens though, and the guys must rescue her. But not before the aliens unleash their fiendish secret weapon: "The Love Boat's" beloved Issac the Bartender! Oh, and Chett's face falls off.1

Written by:
Peter Ocko & Adam Barr

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Ian Patrick Williams as Alian Captain
Andrew Myler as Alien Pilot
Ted Lange as Issac

 

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Episode 49 - "Phantom Scampi"

Original Air Date: February 3, 1996 (at 9pm)

Wyatt wishes Principal Scampi would get off his bac, so he shoots the veteran educator with a magic "buddy dart." The dart flies true and Principal Scampi is suddenly Wyatt's best pal. When Wyatt eventually tries to break off his friendship with Scampi, however, the spurned principal goes underground.. litterally. Principal scampi becomes Phantom Scampi, lurking in the shadowy bowels of Farber as Wyatt's secret protector. Oh, and Chett wears a big foam butt on his head.1

Written by:
Jim Keily & Jimmy Aleck

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Charlotte Lopez as Wendy
Joshua Schaefer as Harvey
Kari Lizer as Mrs. Carmichael
Charles Emmett as Coach Burns
Sebastian Tillinger as Dick

 

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Episode 50 - "Grumpy Old Genie"

Original Air Date: February 10, 1996 (at 9pm)

An anonymous hacker downloads Lisa's image file and replaces it with a picture of Abe Vigoda — now everyone's favorite genie is a dead ringer for TV's beloved "Fish." Life is suddenly rough for Old Man Lisa. Now that she's no longer young and sexy, people treat her like trash, that is when they bother to notice her at all. She solves her problem by zapping the entire world into percieving old wrinkly men as the hippest, sexiest things since Alanis Morrisette. It's now the age of "Geezer.. Chic" and all the cool kids at Farber are showing up to the Homecoming Dance with old men on their arms. The world may never recoever from this Lisa-generated culture shock. That is, unless Wyatt can manage to track down the mysterious hacker and reinstate Lisa to her super-babe self. Oh, and Chett calls a 976 number to talk to some old guy about his hot, flaming bursitis.1

Written by:
Dan Studney & Jim Lincoln

Directed by:
Win Phelps

Guest Stars:
Abe Vigoda as Old Man Lisa
Andrew Kavovit as Lyle
Bridget Flanery as Courtney
Bill Handy as Grover
Larry Gelman as Spokesmodel
Owen Bush as Clarence
Lou Cutell as Bert
Monica Lundry as Waitress
Christina Venuti as Gir 2
Wendy Cooke as Girl 2
Adam Wylie as Trevor

 

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Episode 51 - "Funhouse of Death"

Original Air Date: February 24, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary and Wyatt's friendship is imperiled when they both fall for the same girl. Lisa decides to teach the boys a lesson by locking them inside a carnival funhouse with an evil death-dealing clown. Working together the guys manage to save themselves, but they still get dumped by the girl.. who digs the clown.1

Written by:
Glen Merzer

Directed by:
Chris Hibler

Guest Stars:
Lee Tergesen as Evil Clown
Denise Richards as Valeri
Andre Rosey Brown as Cop
Jodi Veru as Pretty Woman

 

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Episode 52 - "It Takes a Geek"

Original Air Date: March 2, 1996 (at 9pm)

When Lisa gets trapped inside Principal Scampi's computer Gary and Wyatt have to rescue her. The guys recruit Chett to lead them on a covert operation to steal Scampi's computer and rescue Lisa from her cyber-space prison. Oh, and Chett cuffs Gary on the back of the head. A lot.1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Sebastian Tillinger as Kid

 

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Episode 53 - "Slow Times at Farber High"

Original Air Date: March 9, 1996 (at 9pm)

Using a magic brain vacuum, Gary sucks all the intelligence out of the entire Fraber student body. All that loose brianpower takes over on a life of its own and morphs into a malevolent glowing ORB bent on world domination. It's dumb, dumber and dumbest as Gary tries to keep his own wits about him and defeat the Orb. Oh, and Chett's not in this one.1

Written by:
Sherri Budnick & Joanna Sandsmark

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Rick Scarry as Recruiter
Alex Craig Mann as Harvey
Charlotte Lopez as Cheerleader

 

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Episode 54 - "Chett World"

Original Air Date: March 16, 1996 (at 9pm)

Wayne Donnelly kicks Chett out of the house until he proves his worth by finding a job. Trouble is, he's homogeneously unqualified to do anything but smoke stogies,eat beef jerky, watch monster truck rallies and play paintball. With Wyatt's prompting, Lisa creates "A Man's Man's World": the world's first monster truck-cigar-jerky-paintball store. Chett is hired by Mickey and Rhett, the store's rodent-like proprietors. Mickey and Rhett are "rodent-like" for a good reason: Lisa's spell accidentally morphed two alley rats into human form — and they plan on conquering the human race "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" - style. Chett becomes their unwitting accomplice in transforming the world population into a mindless jerky-chopping zombie army.1

Written by:
Glen Merzer

Directed by:
Michael Lange

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Tanya Lewis as Kristin
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Brian George as Mr. Palate
John Mariano as Rhett
Dorothy Patterson as Elderly Lady
Ralph Seymour as Mickey
Rick Zieff as Laurence
Kari Lizer as Mrs. Carmichael

 

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Episode 55 - "By the Time We Got to Woodstock..."

Original Air Date: March 23, 1996 (at 9pm)

A time travel wish gone awry maroons Gary and Wyatt in 1969. After six months, they learn that a blow to the head has robbed Lisa of her memory. She thinks she's a hippie and is on her way to Woodstock. The guys need to find their way across the country and restore Lisa's memory, or they'll remain trapped in the land of lovce-beads and body order. Along with time-displaced Chett, the guys embark on a 60's road trip to find Real America. Oh, and Chett swaps inhaling tips with the future President.1

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Robin McKee as Lynette
Gary Newton as Billy
Jessie Jones as Receptionist
Doug Hale as TV Interviewer
Joseph Whipp as General
Joseph Conti as Father

 

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Episode 56 - "You'll Never Eat Brains In This Town Again"

Original Air Date: March 30, 1996 (at 9pm)

The guys are shooting an amateur horror movie – "Night of the Blood-sucking Zombie Sophomores". Lisa decides to liven up the production value by zapping up a pack of actual decomposing, undead ghouls to play the title roles. All goes well.. until the zombies start to get hungary for Principal Scampi's brain! Gory undead mayhem ensues. Oh, and Chett gets his foot stuck in a zombie's face..1

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Directed by:
Ricardo Mendez Matta

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Phil Buckman as Roger
Carl Steven as Matthew

 

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Episode 57 - "Demon Lisa"

Original Air Date: April 6, 1996 (at 9pm)

It's Halloween and Lisa really has something to be scared about. She gets possessed by a malevolent Cyber-Demo, sprung from the dark side of the Internet. Now there's a demon in Lis's body with all her powers and party guests are getting their brain juice sucked to feed Demon Lisa. Gary and Wyatt have the one hope. An enigmatic figure from the shadows... the mysterious "Repairman" Oh, and Chett catches a frisbee in his mouth and falls off a roof. 1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Dick Miller as Repairman
Lily Acain as Jungle Girl
Joseph Conti as Demon
K. Leila Johnson as Hatcher Girl
Lauren Law as Bunny Girl
Elizabeth Tatus as Vampire Girl

 

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Episode 58 - "Cyborg Sam I Am"

Original Air Date: April 13, 1996 (at 9pm)

Wyatt rediscovers his favorite childhood toy - his Cyborg Sam action figure. Chett stole it years ago, along with numerous other toys of Wyatt's. Lisa tries to help Wyatt recapture the joy of his youth by zapping Cyborg Samto human size and bringing him to life. Wyatt realizes that having a slavishly devoted, animated toy following him around isn't all its cracked up to be. Especially when the animated toy packs a death ray.1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
Max Tash

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Phil Buckman as Roger
Carl Steven as Matthew

 

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Episode 59 - "It's a Wonderful Life... (Without You)"

Original Air Date: April 27, 1996 (at 9pm)

Wyatt, after getting clocked in the face by a ceramic ashtray courtesy of big brother Chett, wishes that Chett could see how empty his life would have been without Wyatt in it. The ever-helpful Lisa creates a world in which wyatt was never born, in which Wyatt and Lisa exist only as phantoms. Wyatt's wish backfires when he realizes that everybody seems better off without Wyatt. Gary's the most popular kid at Farber and Chett's going to college and making something of himself. To make matters worse, Lisa can't figure out how to zap herself and Wyatt back into existance — if Wyatt never existed, Lisa was never "born." Their only hope is to somehow convince Gary and Chett to build a genie of their own.. 1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Chris Hibler

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Melanie Chartoff as Marcia Donnelly
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Julie Condra as Brenda
Denyn Pysz as Lyle

 

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Episode 60 - "Lisa's Childhood Memories"

Original Air Date: May 4, 1996 (at 9pm)

It's Lisa's second birthday and she's bummed because she hasn't any family to share it with. Wyatt and Gary reconfigure Lisa's source code, implenting artificial memories of happy childhood with a loving family. Unfortunately, Lisa's magic manifests itself unconsciously, bringing Lisa's imaginary family to life. Her dad's a secret agent, her mom's a barbarian queen and her brother is a chimp private dick. An extremely weird birthday party ensuese, culminating in the arrival of Ripsaw the Gladiator, Lisa's childhood sweetheart. Lisa decides to marry Ripsaw and won't be talked out of it. Lisa runs the risk of getting her heart broken, that is unless Gary can stop the wedding by defeating Ripsaw in an extreme sports version of miniture golf! Oh, and Chett wears a happy hat and dances with a monkey.1

Written by:
Chris Black

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Edward Winter as Fred Bullet
Cindy Ambuehl as Li-Zar
Chip Meyer as Ripsaw
Lewis Dauber as Friar
Charles Fleischer as voice of Chad Chimp

 

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Episode 61 - "Lisarella"

Original Air Date: May 18, 1996 (at 9pm)

Lisa saves Garya dn Wyatt from an airline crash and Gary and Wyatt get the credit. They become heroes and are slated to get an award from the President of the United States at a big formal ball. Lisa, hurt that Gary and Wyatt are leaving her behind, pulls a Cinderella move and crashes the ball. When she meets the President, sparks fly — litteraly. Soon a red-hot romance develops, but is America ready for a genie as the First Girlfriend? When the machinations of Gordon, the President's sleazy Chief-of-Staff, threaten to tear the couple apart, it's up to Gary and Wyatt to invade the White House for a heart to heart with the world's most powerful man. Provided they can avoid getting shot by Secret Service agents. Oh, and Chett becomes a British chauffeur with a silly name.1

Written by:
Jim Keily & Jimmy Aleck

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
John O'Hurley as Mr. President
Robert Curtis-Brown as Gordon Taylor
Doug Hale as Reporter 1
Autumn Browne as Reporter 2
Jim Keily as Aide

 

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Episode 62 - "Family Affair"

Original Air Date: May 25, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary's dating a cute girl named, Jenny Dreeson. Trouble is, Jenny's entire family hates Hary's guts. Gary wishes that Jenny's family loved him. The wish backfires and pretty soon Gary has the entire Dreeson family wanting to date him en messe. The really sick part is that it takes most of the episode for Gary to realize that dating an entire family is generally not a good idea. Oh, and Chett meets Robo-Chett, his glute-kickin' future self..1

Written by:
Jim Keily & Jimmy Aleck

Directed by:
Alan Cross

Guest Stars:
Todd Susman as Mr. Dreeson
Myra Turley as Mrs. Dreeson
Stacie Mistysyn as Jenny
Jonathan Patterson as Little Henry 1
Joshua Patterson as Little Henry 2
Janet Rotblatt as Grandma
Wiley Pickett as Robo-Chett Double

 

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Episode 63 - "Gary and Wyatt's Bloodsucking Adventure"
(a.k.a. " Date With An Angel")

Original Air Date: June 1, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary, Wyatt, and Lisa decide to become "creatures of the night" and hit the after hours club scene, so Lisa turns them all into sexy, ultra-hip vampires (fortunately Lisa gives them an insatiable thirst for Yoo-Hoo instead of blood). The guys enjoy their cool new vampire powers — especially their hypnotic power over women — untill they stumble into a nest of real blood-sucking vampires! Oh, and Chett teams up with Principal Scampi to form an unlikely duo of vampire hunters.1

Written by:
Kari Lizer

Directed by:
Les Landau

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Melanie Chartoff as Marcia Donnelly
Mark Lindsay Chapman as William
Krita Allen as Annabel
Rex Ryon as Bouncer
Vanessa Lee Asher as Cocktail Waitress
Shauna Thomas as Rachel

 

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Episode 64 - "It's a Mob, Mob, Mob, Mob World"

Original Air Date: June 15, 1996 (at 9pm)

Frustrated by his shallow inattentive parents, Wyatt wishes his family could be closer, the type of clan that values family above all else. Unfortunately, Lisa's wish backfires and creates a reality where Wyatt is the center of the ultimate tigh-knit family — a "Godfather" = style mafia clan. In the new reality, the "Donnellis" rule the Homeowners Association with an iron fist — recieving lemonade stand kickbacks, fixing Little League games, etc. When rebel Al Wallace decided to take on the Donnellis, Gary and Wyatt find themselves on opposite sides of a mob war. Oh and Chett sucks an orange.1

Written by:
Jim Lincoln & Dan Studney

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Andrew Pine as Wayne Donnelly
Melanie Chartoff as Marcia Donnelly
Jeff Doucette as Al Wallace
Joyce Bulifant as Emily Wallace
Wil Albert as Tailor
Dominic Barto as Man
David Telly as Child

 

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Episode 65 - "Strange Daze"

Original Air Date: June 22, 1996 (at 9pm)

Wyatt asks Lisa to give Farber High a technological makeover. The result? Wyatt and Gary find themselves trapped in a frightening "1984" sci-fi dystopia, populated by zombie teenagers who have had their raging hormones nullified by the desperate Future Scampi. Gary and Wyatt, "chipless strangers in a strange land," are branded outlaws and hunted down by Scampi's elite squad of stormtrooper hall monitors.1

Written by:
Alan Cross & Tom Spezialy

Directed by:
Tom Spezialy

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Kari Lizer as Mrs. Carmichael
Jim Jansen as Supt. Calamari
Jessie Jones as Nurse Adder
Lorna Scott as Nurse Hastings
Brian George as Teacher
Kerry Lynn Sable as Student 1
Heather McClurg as Student 2
Sabastian Tillinger as Student 3
Beau Hayes as Student 4
Joseph Conti as Soldier 1
Erik MacArthur as Bink

 

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Episode 66 - "Community Property"

Original Air Date: June 29, 1996 (at 9pm)

Gary and Wyatt squabble over who's been hogging the genie magic. An irritated Lisa, tries to teach them a lesson by initiating a genie custody battle in a magical reeality know as Cyber-Court — winner takes the genie. Gary and Wyatt are allowed to pick of any lawyer in history to represent them, Gary picks the slick Cockran-esque B.F. Jackie and Wyatt chooses honest Abe Lincoln. The battle commences with both lawyers arguing Gary and Wyatt's respective "cases." After awhile, however, Lisa's little object lesson turns ugly — becomes clear that if neither Gary or Wyatt are determined suitable custodians, Lisa will be broken down into her component data clusters and "remanded to the custody of the Internet."1

Written by:
Jimmy Aleck & Jim Keily

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Kenneth Mars as Judge
Gary Bullock as Abe Lincoln
Cart Banks as B.F. Jackie
Diane Vincent as Woman Client
J.F. Pryor as Man Client
Phil Buckman as Roger
Niki Aycox as Tammy
Lea Moreno as Holly

 

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Episode 67 - "Master Chett"

Original Air Date: July 6, 1996 (at 9pm)

After years of being repeatedly memory-wiped by Lisa's magic, Chett develops a "brain-callous." This provides Chett with an immunity to memory wipes and lets him permanently in on the secret to Lisa's existance. Chett immediately proceeds to abuse this knowledge, attempting to lie, seduce, bully and bribe his way into getting a genie of his own. All Chett gets for his trouble is an all-expense-paid trip to an insane asylum and a kiss from a big hairy biker..1

Written by:
Glen Merzer

Directed by:
Les Landau

Guest Stars:
Don Gibb as Biker Dude
Kevin Brief as Police Officer
Tom Lent as Attendant
Terri Wilgren as Babe
Eric Paskel as Boyfriend

 

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Episode 68 - "Pirates!"

Original Air Date: July 13, 1996

When Wyatt has the lead in the school musical, "Jolly Roger," Lisa tries to create some offstage chemistry between Wyatt and his disinterested leading lady. But the zap goes haywire and brings the musical to life. Suddenly, Farber High is overrun by a marauding band of bloodthirsty, sabre-wielding, and worst of all.. singing pirates! The music-lovin' cuttthroats make Princiapal Scampi their galley slav, pronouce Chett their new Pirate King, and go on a rampage through tiwn. Lisa and Gary must employ some cool thinking to prevent Wyatt from meeting the business end of his brother's sword. Oh, and Chett waggles his butt as the camera in a big disco production number.1

Story by:
Adam Barr, Peter Ocko,
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Written by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy
 

Songs by:
Kevin Murphy & Dan Studney

Directed by:
Tom Spezialy

Guest Stars:
Bruce Jarchow as Principal Scampi
Stephen Zinnato as Pirate King
McKenzie Westmore as Jessica
Kevin Michael Richardson as Pirate
Paul Ainsley as Dumb Pirate
Bert Williams as Pirate
John La Motta as Cocky Pirate

 

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Episode 69 - "Swallow 13"

Original Air Date: August 3, 1996

When Chett swallows some hard-to-score directions to an exclusive underground rave, Lisa, Gary and Wyatt hop inside a space ship and miniaturize. They see a side of Chett they've never seen before — the inside. Hoping to get the directions before the stomach acid does, our heroes take a fantastic voyage through parts unknown. As Sharon breaks up with Chett on the outside, Post Miniaturization Stree-Syndrome makes Wyatt "space mad" on the inside. After the out-of-control Wyatt thwarts their escape plans, the capsule runs out of oxygen. Lisa and Gary can only hope that the normally stone-faced Chett will show some emotion and cry them the heck out of there! Oh, and Chett dies.1

Written by:
Jim Lincoln & Dan Studney

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Jennifer Aspen as Sharon
Gina Brown as Annie

 

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Episode 70 - "Strangers In Paradise"

Original Air Date: August 10, 1996

When Chett wishes to be stranded on a desert island, Lisa happily grants his request.. only to find herself accidentally trapped with him. You see, Chett "wished" the two of them to an island in the middle of the infamous Bermuda Triange — where Lisa's magical zappers are null and void! Unable to get home without Lisa's powers, she and Chett are forced to share a tropical island paradise without trying to kill one another.. or getting killed by the huge hurricane that's headed their way. On the homefront, Garya dn Wyatt desperately try to find a way to rescue Lisa and Chett, only to be confronted with a seemingly insurmountable obstacle — gues star Adam West.1

Story by:
Jim Lincoln, Dan Studney,
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy

Teleplay by:
Ed Ferrara & Kevin Murphy
 

Directed by:
David Grossman

Guest Stars:
Adam West as Himself

 

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