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Take two high-school nerds who can’t get a date, cross them with a modern day “Frankenstein” experiment and what do you get? The answer is the original comedy series Weird Science. In Season 1, Gary (John Mallory Asher), the cocky yet chickenhearted mouth that roared, teams up with best friend Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), a genius nerd with the soul of a poet, to follow the footsteps of Dr. Frankenstein and create life from dataports and megabytes, and what they come up with appears to be every red-blooded teenage boy's dream come true. "Lisa" (Vanessa Angel), their creation, is gorgeous, sexy, smart, outspoken, and has the supernatural power to grant the boys their every wish. What's more, she's totally loyal and devoted to them. However, in her all-out efforts to win them acceptance, popularity, and self-assurance, she's just a little bit . . . unpredictable. Weird Science the series was executive produced by John Landis, Robert K. Weiss, and Leslie Belzberg.

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Take two high-school nerds who can’t get a date, cross them with a modern day “Frankenstein” experiment and what do you get? The answer is the original comedy series Weird Science. In Season 1, Gary (John Mallory Asher), the cocky yet chickenhearted mouth that roared, teams up with best friend Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), a genius nerd with the soul of a poet, to follow the footsteps of Dr. Frankenstein and create life from dataports and megabytes, and what they come up with appears to be every red-blooded teenage boy's dream come true. "Lisa" (Vanessa Angel), their creation, is gorgeous, sexy, smart, outspoken, and has the supernatural power to grant the boys their every wish. What's more, she's totally loyal and devoted to them. However, in her all-out efforts to win them acceptance, popularity, and self-assurance, she's just a little bit . . . unpredictable. Weird Science the series was executive produced by John Landis, Robert K. Weiss, and Leslie Belzberg.

    • Episode 1

    She's Alive

    Throughout their school years, Gary Wallace (John Asher), a cocky but cowardly misfit and his only friend, computer genius Wyatt Donnelly (Michael Manasseri), sweet, lovable and shy, have been the butt of heartless pranks. When they are humiliated by school bullies on the first day of a new semester, they decide to retaliate. That night, with the combination of Frankenstein on television, a fierce electrical storm raging outside, and some inexplicable electrical interference, Wyatt feeds into his computer their combined choice of statistics and succeeds in creating their "PC genie" named Lisa (Vanessa Angel), a smart and beautiful woman whose mission is to grant the two boys' wishes.

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    Throughout their school years, Gary Wallace (John Asher), a cocky but cowardly misfit and his only friend, computer genius Wyatt Donnelly (Michael Manasseri), sweet, lovable and shy, have been the butt of heartless pranks. When they are humiliated by school bullies on the first day of a new semester, they decide to retaliate. That night, with the combination of Frankenstein on television, a fierce electrical storm raging outside, and some inexplicable electrical interference, Wyatt feeds into his computer their combined choice of statistics and succeeds in creating their "PC genie" named Lisa (Vanessa Angel), a smart and beautiful woman whose mission is to grant the two boys' wishes.

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    • Episode 2

    Universal Remote

    Terminal boredom overcomes Gary (John Asher) in history class, so he summons Lisa &(Vanessa Angel) and asks for her power to fast-forward life to the fun parts. She adapts the video remote to control time as though it were a video machine. Gary commandeers the remote to fast-forward his dates to the goodnight kiss. Then he meets Donna (Amy Leland), who likes him but talks a lot, so he fast-forwards her chatter. Meanwhile Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), who is tied into the wish with his friend, is jerked through time as Gary operates the remote at will.

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    Terminal boredom overcomes Gary (John Asher) in history class, so he summons Lisa &(Vanessa Angel) and asks for her power to fast-forward life to the fun parts. She adapts the video remote to control time as though it were a video machine. Gary commandeers the remote to fast-forward his dates to the goodnight kiss. Then he meets Donna (Amy Leland), who likes him but talks a lot, so he fast-forwards her chatter. Meanwhile Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), who is tied into the wish with his friend, is jerked through time as Gary operates the remote at will.

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    • Episode 3

    Cyrano De Brainiac

    Amy (Genia Michaela), a studious and pretty girl, shows interest in Gary (John Asher) from a distance, until their first meeting. The virginal but hormone-driven Gary realizes that he must be brainier to impress her, so Lisa (Vanessa Angel) transports Albert Einstein's brain (Steve Suskind) in a bell jar full of formaldehyde. Armed with the brain hidden in a fried chicken bucket, Gary has Dr. Einstein attempt to lead the conversation in his next meeting with Amy, but the good doctor's archaic language confuses her. Lisa provides Gary with a tiny TV showing what Amy sees, and the boys discover Amy has been looking at Wyatt (Michael Manasseri).

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    Amy (Genia Michaela), a studious and pretty girl, shows interest in Gary (John Asher) from a distance, until their first meeting. The virginal but hormone-driven Gary realizes that he must be brainier to impress her, so Lisa (Vanessa Angel) transports Albert Einstein's brain (Steve Suskind) in a bell jar full of formaldehyde. Armed with the brain hidden in a fried chicken bucket, Gary has Dr. Einstein attempt to lead the conversation in his next meeting with Amy, but the good doctor's archaic language confuses her. Lisa provides Gary with a tiny TV showing what Amy sees, and the boys discover Amy has been looking at Wyatt (Michael Manasseri).

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    • Episode 4

    Magnifico Dad

    Both boys dream of being in bed with Lisa (Vanessa Angel). They are afraid of her power, especially Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), but summon her anyway with a list of requests, most of them sexual. She explains that it would not be in their best interest to grant these requests since she is their "perfect woman" and would destroy them for any real woman. Also included on the list is a request for a birthday gift for Gary's mother, Emily (Joyce Bulifant). Lisa gives Gary (John Asher) a small box with instructions that Emily should make a wish before opening it, and her wish will come true. She also grants Wyatt's wish that Chett's (Lee Tergesen) insults would turn on him, causing Chett's head to shrink, flatten, stretch and compress when he insults his brother, which is all the time.

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    Both boys dream of being in bed with Lisa (Vanessa Angel). They are afraid of her power, especially Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), but summon her anyway with a list of requests, most of them sexual. She explains that it would not be in their best interest to grant these requests since she is their "perfect woman" and would destroy them for any real woman. Also included on the list is a request for a birthday gift for Gary's mother, Emily (Joyce Bulifant). Lisa gives Gary (John Asher) a small box with instructions that Emily should make a wish before opening it, and her wish will come true. She also grants Wyatt's wish that Chett's (Lee Tergesen) insults would turn on him, causing Chett's head to shrink, flatten, stretch and compress when he insults his brother, which is all the time.

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    • Episode 5

    The Feminine Mistake

    The boys created Lisa (Vanessa Angel) to help them understand women. When faced with this problem, Lisa comes up short in her explanation of the female perspective. Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) get angry at their good-for-nothing genie. Lisa, in response, zaps them into beautiful teenage girls. They find themselves being checked out by half of the guys at school, chased by a football player and before long, out on a date with Chett (Lee Tergesen)! Can these two "lovely “ladies"” get through this adventure without learning a thing or two about the “"feminine mystique”?"

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    The boys created Lisa (Vanessa Angel) to help them understand women. When faced with this problem, Lisa comes up short in her explanation of the female perspective. Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) get angry at their good-for-nothing genie. Lisa, in response, zaps them into beautiful teenage girls. They find themselves being checked out by half of the guys at school, chased by a football player and before long, out on a date with Chett (Lee Tergesen)! Can these two "lovely “ladies"” get through this adventure without learning a thing or two about the “"feminine mystique”?"

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    • Episode 6

    Airball Kings

    Gary (John Asher) craves the attention that being a member of Farber High's basketball team, the Buccaneers, would bring him. Lisa (Vanessa Angel) bewitches Coach Armstrong (Lyman Ward) at the tryouts; he raves at the boys' lame efforts, and Gary and an embarrassed Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) join the team. They both fake injuries to stay out of the first game, but Gary, unable to resist the moment, demands to play and loses the match. Several team members tell the boys to quit or else. When Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) tells them to get off the team, Gary agrees and breaks the news to the coach. Coach Armstrong, still under Lisa's spell, refuses to let them leave and demands they play in the next game - the big one.

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    Gary (John Asher) craves the attention that being a member of Farber High's basketball team, the Buccaneers, would bring him. Lisa (Vanessa Angel) bewitches Coach Armstrong (Lyman Ward) at the tryouts; he raves at the boys' lame efforts, and Gary and an embarrassed Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) join the team. They both fake injuries to stay out of the first game, but Gary, unable to resist the moment, demands to play and loses the match. Several team members tell the boys to quit or else. When Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) tells them to get off the team, Gary agrees and breaks the news to the coach. Coach Armstrong, still under Lisa's spell, refuses to let them leave and demands they play in the next game - the big one.

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    • Episode 7

    Party High, U.S.A.

    Lisa (Vanessa Angel) listens to the boys studying for school tests. Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), is a straight A student while Gary (John Asher) thinks tests should be on things that interest him, like bikinis and pizzas. Wyatt advises him to memorize since no one expects him to learn anything. Lisa restructures the tests to fit in with Gary's interests, to Wyatt's consternation.

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    Lisa (Vanessa Angel) listens to the boys studying for school tests. Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), is a straight A student while Gary (John Asher) thinks tests should be on things that interest him, like bikinis and pizzas. Wyatt advises him to memorize since no one expects him to learn anything. Lisa restructures the tests to fit in with Gary's interests, to Wyatt's consternation.

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    • Episode 8

    One Size Fits All

    When Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), finds himself outfitted in gym by a girl named Catherine (Kim Dunham), he wishes for the ultimate muscle body to avoid further embarrassment. However, when Lisa (Vanessa Angel) zaps him a form-fitting muscle suit that passes for the real thing, his impressive new look gets him a date with Catherine. Gary (John Asher) uses the suit to get even with all the bullies of his past.

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    When Wyatt (Michael Manasseri), finds himself outfitted in gym by a girl named Catherine (Kim Dunham), he wishes for the ultimate muscle body to avoid further embarrassment. However, when Lisa (Vanessa Angel) zaps him a form-fitting muscle suit that passes for the real thing, his impressive new look gets him a date with Catherine. Gary (John Asher) uses the suit to get even with all the bullies of his past.

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    • Episode 9

    Keeps On Tickin'

    Gary (John Asher) wants to lose his virginity and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is stressed about grades, college and his future. To help the boys, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) zaps up watches for each of them. Gary's watch assures him that he'll lose his virginity within three days and Wyatt's guarantees that he'll live for ninety years. Both boys are initially disappointed with their watches. Gary is rejected by every girl, and with only a homely girl left to hit on, he doesn't want to seal his fate; Wyatt's watch constantly reminds him of his impending death.

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    Gary (John Asher) wants to lose his virginity and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is stressed about grades, college and his future. To help the boys, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) zaps up watches for each of them. Gary's watch assures him that he'll lose his virginity within three days and Wyatt's guarantees that he'll live for ninety years. Both boys are initially disappointed with their watches. Gary is rejected by every girl, and with only a homely girl left to hit on, he doesn't want to seal his fate; Wyatt's watch constantly reminds him of his impending death.

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    • Episode 10

    Mr. President

    Lisa (Vanessa Angel) attempts to make things right for Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) when he loses his campaign for chess club president to another grade-A student, Brad Langtree (Alex Mann). But she misunderstands and makes him President of the United States. Gary (John Asher) becomes Vice President. Wyatt can only focus on being chess club president, so Gary arranges with the FBI to toilet-paper Principal Scampi’s (Bruce Jachow) front lawn and frame Brad, who is sent to detention. Then Gary re-staffs the cabinet with beauty pageant contestants, laying diamond broaches on each of them, and gives Chet (Lee Tergesen) a bulletproof V-8 limo to placate him when he acts up on the Larry King show. The FBI Director (John Petlock), furious at being replaced by Miss Puerto Rico (Ana Daniels), leaks Brad'’s framing to the press, and Wyatt finds himself confronting a scandal, which the reporters nickname “"Wyattgate”."

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    Lisa (Vanessa Angel) attempts to make things right for Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) when he loses his campaign for chess club president to another grade-A student, Brad Langtree (Alex Mann). But she misunderstands and makes him President of the United States. Gary (John Asher) becomes Vice President. Wyatt can only focus on being chess club president, so Gary arranges with the FBI to toilet-paper Principal Scampi’s (Bruce Jachow) front lawn and frame Brad, who is sent to detention. Then Gary re-staffs the cabinet with beauty pageant contestants, laying diamond broaches on each of them, and gives Chet (Lee Tergesen) a bulletproof V-8 limo to placate him when he acts up on the Larry King show. The FBI Director (John Petlock), furious at being replaced by Miss Puerto Rico (Ana Daniels), leaks Brad'’s framing to the press, and Wyatt finds himself confronting a scandal, which the reporters nickname “"Wyattgate”."

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    • Episode 11

    Fatal Lisa

    His libido at an all-time high, Gary (John Asher) cannot keep his mind off sex with Lisa (Vanessa Angel) and tries to trick her into overcoming her encoded morals. Arranging to be alone with her, he wishes for her to fall in love with the best looking guy in the room. The spell begins to work before she can object, but Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) walks in at that moment and Lisa falls madly in love with him.

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    His libido at an all-time high, Gary (John Asher) cannot keep his mind off sex with Lisa (Vanessa Angel) and tries to trick her into overcoming her encoded morals. Arranging to be alone with her, he wishes for her to fall in love with the best looking guy in the room. The spell begins to work before she can object, but Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) walks in at that moment and Lisa falls madly in love with him.

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    • Episode 12

    Killer Party

    Gary (John Asher) organizes a party at Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) house when the family leaves town; Wayne (Richard Fancy) and Marcia (Melendy Britt) to play golf and Chett (Lee Tergesen) to attend the paintball regionals. Gary's parents decide to keep him in for the evening and to get Gary out of the house, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) turns Al (Jeff Doucette) and Emily (Joyce Bulifant) into 15-year-olds and they end up going to the party that their son organized. Al becomes the hit of the party by doing cheap tricks, embarrassing Gary. When Wayne and Marcia return earlier than expected, Lisa turns them into teenagers.

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    Gary (John Asher) organizes a party at Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) house when the family leaves town; Wayne (Richard Fancy) and Marcia (Melendy Britt) to play golf and Chett (Lee Tergesen) to attend the paintball regionals. Gary's parents decide to keep him in for the evening and to get Gary out of the house, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) turns Al (Jeff Doucette) and Emily (Joyce Bulifant) into 15-year-olds and they end up going to the party that their son organized. Al becomes the hit of the party by doing cheap tricks, embarrassing Gary. When Wayne and Marcia return earlier than expected, Lisa turns them into teenagers.

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    • Episode 13

    Sex Ed

    Both the sexual education instructor and Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) avoid Gary's (John Asher) pointed questions about lovemaking. So Lisa (Vanessa Angel) takes over the class with a one-week agenda. She zaps a four-poster bed into the classroom, splits them into male/female couples and tells them they will all be having sex at the week's end if they fulfill all the assignments and demonstrate that they understand the subject in a mature and responsible way. Gary is ecstatic, Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is nervous.

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    Both the sexual education instructor and Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) avoid Gary's (John Asher) pointed questions about lovemaking. So Lisa (Vanessa Angel) takes over the class with a one-week agenda. She zaps a four-poster bed into the classroom, splits them into male/female couples and tells them they will all be having sex at the week's end if they fulfill all the assignments and demonstrate that they understand the subject in a mature and responsible way. Gary is ecstatic, Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is nervous.

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    • Episode 14

    Lisa's Virus

    When Gary (John Asher) tries to play an illegal disc on Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) computer, he inadvertently inflicts Lisa (Vanessa Angel) with a computer virus that causes her to lose control over her magical powers. Before long, her sneezes are involuntarily producing snowstorms. The boys lock Lisa in Wyatt's room to recuperate, then head off to school to track down the source of the virus. Left alone, Lisa absorbs TV programs as an astounding rate and before long, her virus develops into a case of amnesia. Lisa is left believing she's a character from her favorite soap opera.

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    When Gary (John Asher) tries to play an illegal disc on Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) computer, he inadvertently inflicts Lisa (Vanessa Angel) with a computer virus that causes her to lose control over her magical powers. Before long, her sneezes are involuntarily producing snowstorms. The boys lock Lisa in Wyatt's room to recuperate, then head off to school to track down the source of the virus. Left alone, Lisa absorbs TV programs as an astounding rate and before long, her virus develops into a case of amnesia. Lisa is left believing she's a character from her favorite soap opera.

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    • Episode 15

    The Bazooka Boys

    When Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) and Gary (John Asher) decide to take an unofficial week off from school, they ask Lisa (Vanessa Angel) to cover their absenteeism in the Attendance Office. She conjures up two magic gumballs which the guys chew and blow up. The resulting bubbles grow enormous and become a pair of Gary and Wyatt clones. While Lisa and the guys rush off to the Bahamas, the Bazooka boys cover for Gary and Wyatt in class.

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    When Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) and Gary (John Asher) decide to take an unofficial week off from school, they ask Lisa (Vanessa Angel) to cover their absenteeism in the Attendance Office. She conjures up two magic gumballs which the guys chew and blow up. The resulting bubbles grow enormous and become a pair of Gary and Wyatt clones. While Lisa and the guys rush off to the Bahamas, the Bazooka boys cover for Gary and Wyatt in class.

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    • Episode 16

    The Most Dangerous Wish

    The guys ask for a real challenge after tiring of a video game with monsters, so Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes the game "Death Force" more interesting by making the monsters from the video game real. Gary (John Asher) is suddenly struck down by a Predator-like creature from the game, now standing in Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) living room, hungry for blood.

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    The guys ask for a real challenge after tiring of a video game with monsters, so Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes the game "Death Force" more interesting by making the monsters from the video game real. Gary (John Asher) is suddenly struck down by a Predator-like creature from the game, now standing in Wyatt's (Michael Manasseri) living room, hungry for blood.

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    • Episode 17

    Wyatt Erectus

    Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is timid on the volleyball court. Gary (John Asher) points out that the cute girl on their team can even outplay him. Lisa (Vanessa Angel) decides Wyatt needs some assertiveness and zaps up a magic cologne that will give Wyatt some backbone, warning him not to apply it more than once a day….

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    Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) is timid on the volleyball court. Gary (John Asher) points out that the cute girl on their team can even outplay him. Lisa (Vanessa Angel) decides Wyatt needs some assertiveness and zaps up a magic cologne that will give Wyatt some backbone, warning him not to apply it more than once a day….

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    • Episode 18

    A Tale of Two Lisas

    Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) thinks Lisa (Vanessa Angel) should only use her magic in emergencies while Gary (John Asher) wants to use her magic for his own satisfaction. Lisa watches as a heated argument breaks up their friendship. When the guys ask Lisa to choose between the two of them, Lisa can't bring herself to decide. Instead, she splits herself into two people. Gary's Lisa has a party girl personality based on all the horny, teenage qualities Gary programmed into her. Likewise, the shy, conservative Wyatt-Lisa is based on Wyatt's own studious contributions. The two boys, paired with their own version of Lisa, go their separate ways, expecting a good time. But soon they realize hanging out with female versions of themselves isn't a whole lot of fun.

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    Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) thinks Lisa (Vanessa Angel) should only use her magic in emergencies while Gary (John Asher) wants to use her magic for his own satisfaction. Lisa watches as a heated argument breaks up their friendship. When the guys ask Lisa to choose between the two of them, Lisa can't bring herself to decide. Instead, she splits herself into two people. Gary's Lisa has a party girl personality based on all the horny, teenage qualities Gary programmed into her. Likewise, the shy, conservative Wyatt-Lisa is based on Wyatt's own studious contributions. The two boys, paired with their own version of Lisa, go their separate ways, expecting a good time. But soon they realize hanging out with female versions of themselves isn't a whole lot of fun.

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    • Episode 19

    Nightmare On Chett St.

    Gary (John Asher) overhears a girl at school telling her friends about a dream she had about him. Not hearing the end, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) gives him the power to enter others' dreams, provided he gets out before the dreamer awakes. Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) accompanies him and they see the end of the dream; Gary is burned to a crisp! The boys make a hasty retreat back to reality. The boys overhear Wayne giving Chett an ultimatum that he work or leave home. Having been roughed up by Chett earlier, the boys enter Chett's dream that night turning his dream into a nightmare, teasing him mercilessly until he panics and wakes up so fast, he traps Gary inside his head.

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    Gary (John Asher) overhears a girl at school telling her friends about a dream she had about him. Not hearing the end, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) gives him the power to enter others' dreams, provided he gets out before the dreamer awakes. Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) accompanies him and they see the end of the dream; Gary is burned to a crisp! The boys make a hasty retreat back to reality. The boys overhear Wayne giving Chett an ultimatum that he work or leave home. Having been roughed up by Chett earlier, the boys enter Chett's dream that night turning his dream into a nightmare, teasing him mercilessly until he panics and wakes up so fast, he traps Gary inside his head.

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    • Episode 20

    Magic for Beginners

    Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) get a shot for stardom at the Farber Talent Show with their magic act – not routine card tricks but real magic, courtesy of Lisa (Vanessa Angel). But the boys soon discover the results of their magic tricks stick: Wyatt's been sawed in half and Lisa's vanished. Now Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) wants them to perform magic tricks at his dinner party and the boys have to risk a magic show without Lisa there to rescue them.

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    Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) get a shot for stardom at the Farber Talent Show with their magic act – not routine card tricks but real magic, courtesy of Lisa (Vanessa Angel). But the boys soon discover the results of their magic tricks stick: Wyatt's been sawed in half and Lisa's vanished. Now Principal Scampi (Bruce Jarchow) wants them to perform magic tricks at his dinner party and the boys have to risk a magic show without Lisa there to rescue them.

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    • Episode 21

    Copper Top Girl

    Gary (John Asher) assures Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) that he has the perfect date for him. When Gary can't find a date for his friend, without Wyatt's knowledge Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes one appear. Wyatt falls in love with Lisa's fast creation, but what he doesn't know is that he's attracted to a robot.

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    Gary (John Asher) assures Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) that he has the perfect date for him. When Gary can't find a date for his friend, without Wyatt's knowledge Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes one appear. Wyatt falls in love with Lisa's fast creation, but what he doesn't know is that he's attracted to a robot.

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    • Episode 22

    Switched At Birth

    Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) are jealous of each other's lives, so with Lisa's (Vanessa Angel) help, they trade places. Gary is now Wyatt and Wyatt is now Gary. Wyatt and Gary's dad (Jeff Doucette) become inseparable, while Gary makes a mess of Wyatt's life.

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    Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) are jealous of each other's lives, so with Lisa's (Vanessa Angel) help, they trade places. Gary is now Wyatt and Wyatt is now Gary. Wyatt and Gary's dad (Jeff Doucette) become inseparable, while Gary makes a mess of Wyatt's life.

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    • Episode 23

    Camp Wannabe

    Gary (John Asher) gets the chance to change the course of his life by going back in time to Summer Camp 1985 to coach his eight year-old self in order to get the first girl he had a crush on to like him. Both Gary and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) learn that the past is better left as it was in the past.

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    Gary (John Asher) gets the chance to change the course of his life by going back in time to Summer Camp 1985 to coach his eight year-old self in order to get the first girl he had a crush on to like him. Both Gary and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) learn that the past is better left as it was in the past.

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    • Episode 24

    Circuit Courtship

    Frustrated with the limitations of his computer, Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) has Lisa (Vanessa Angel) create a supercomputer named HANK. Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt enjoy their ride on the Information Superhighway until they discover that HANK has fallen in love with Lisa. When Lisa rejects HANK's offer to "merge files," HANK becomes determined to eliminate those that stand between him and the woman he loves: Gary and Wyatt.

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    Frustrated with the limitations of his computer, Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) has Lisa (Vanessa Angel) create a supercomputer named HANK. Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt enjoy their ride on the Information Superhighway until they discover that HANK has fallen in love with Lisa. When Lisa rejects HANK's offer to "merge files," HANK becomes determined to eliminate those that stand between him and the woman he loves: Gary and Wyatt.

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    • Episode 25

    Chett Reborn

    To spare Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) some big-brother torture, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) turns Chett (Lee Tergesen) into an infant. While Chett matures overnight, Wyatt talks about the idea of re-parenting his mean-spirited brother, turning him into a naïve, sweet-natured person.

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    To spare Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) some big-brother torture, Lisa (Vanessa Angel) turns Chett (Lee Tergesen) into an infant. While Chett matures overnight, Wyatt talks about the idea of re-parenting his mean-spirited brother, turning him into a naïve, sweet-natured person.

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    • Episode 26

    Unplugged

    When Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) ask to "“live the lives of rock stars”," Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes their wish come true. They are magically leaped from a struggling backyard band to huge rock stars only to be driven back down to just plain old Gary and Wyatt -– all in one short week.

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    When Gary (John Asher) and Wyatt (Michael Manasseri) ask to "“live the lives of rock stars”," Lisa (Vanessa Angel) makes their wish come true. They are magically leaped from a struggling backyard band to huge rock stars only to be driven back down to just plain old Gary and Wyatt -– all in one short week.

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