Lisa's efforts to "erase the hate" among students at Farber High result in aliens invading Earth.
Wyatt's mom tries to be the fairest of them all by using a magic mirror to get rid of all of the pretty girls in town---including Lisa!
Lisa and the guys help the ghosts of Farber High show their school spirit when they scare Scampi out of tearing down their favorite wing.
After Lisa sends Gary and Wyatt off to school, she dons a virtual reality headset and dials up a new adventure: "The Genie Detective," a black-and-white detective movie.
After Gary and Wyatt wish their fathers had spent more time with them when they were growing up, Lisa zaps them back in time.
Lisa turns Chett's new dog into a human, but the morphed mutt has a problem licking his former canine tendencies.
Lisa (Vanessa Angel) helps bring Wyatt's dream girl to life, but also whips up a monster intent on eating Chett and Gary.
As the guys begin their senior year of high school, Wyatt sets his sights on college while Gary has no idea what he is going to do.
Lisa creates a Magic Detector to search for someone else like her and locates Gene (Bruce Campbell), a handsome genie whose current master is a Texas tycoon.
Gary and Wyatt design a great escape plan when Chett and Scampi become trapped inside Lisa's virtual-reality game, set in a World War II prison camp.
Gary and Wyatt argue over who's been abusing the genie magic. An irritated Lisa tries to teach them a lesson by initiating a genie custody battle.
The guys end up in a brave new world when Lisa gives their high school a makeover, complete with robot guards and student brainwashing.
Gary and Wyatt are sidelined when Chett (Lee Tergesen) learns of Lisa's genie status and takes the reins as her less-than-masterful master.
Lisa zaps Wyatt out of existence to see what life would have been without him...and it doesn't seem too bad.
When a zap of Lisa's magic turns into an unbeatable tag team, Chett and Wyatt become instant stars on the big time wrestling circuit.
Gary tries to woo a girl, using a handsome remote-controlled "puppet man." His plan goes awry, however, when the object of his affection is more attracted to the puppet than to him.
Minami, a Japanese android created by an Osaka University Professor, is helping customers for a few weeks at the Takashimaya department store in Central Japan.
Austin, Texas' 'Professor Dumpster,' along with students from elementary school through college, are working to turn 6x6 dumpster into a sustainable living space. KXAN's Kate Weidaw reports.
The super program Watson has given up beating Jeopardy contestants in favor of whipping up unique food combinations for eaters.
30 Seconds to Know: Adam Savage, co-host of 'Mythbusters,' explains why he's been taking things apart since he was a child, and what you can learn by blowing things up.
Nerdwatch: Professor Matteo Pasquali recently unspooled one of the longest carbon nanotube fibers from his lab in Rice University. One of the many possible uses for the super-strong, conductive fiber could be to build an elevator to space that would replace rocket technology.
Scientists in India say they've discovered 14 new species of 'dancing frogs,' named after their unusual leg-extending ability which male frogs use to attract mates and defend themselves.
Working with a team of researchers at the Harvard Wyss Institute, Doctor Praveen Arany has found a way to coax stem cells into the production of dentin, a material that forms the backbone of teeth.
Dina Katabi, a researcher at MIT, recently unveiled a device that uses low-energy wireless signals to detect objects and people, through walls.
An unusual canine-looking creature that's been seen three times over the past 11 days, has finally been photographed up close near Houston, Texas. KPRC's Keith Garvin reports.
Nerdwatch: By adding gold particles to bacteria and training it to grow in a specific fashion, researchers are improving the reach of bio-materials.
Over the past week, a series of significant earthquakes and aftershocks have rattled homes and nerves in California. A newly discovered fault line, and the fear of what it could do, has brought additional concern to the area. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.
Matthew Taylor, a researcher at Washington State University, has made a breakthrough in artificial intelligence that could lead to smarter robots.
See how parasitic plants known as dodders attack tomato plants. Researchers have found that the two types of plants share vast amounts of genetic information during their encounter.
Dog smarts are being put to the test at a Canine Cognition Center at Yale University. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports.
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", based on the 1985 John Hughes feature film of the same name. The television series further explores the bizarre adventures of a pair of teenage misfits who use their computer know-how to fabricate the "perfect" woman.
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