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.
With Lisa's "Bride Tracker," Wyatt finds his future wife. However, his intended isn't too intent on spending any time---much less forever---with the rushing groom.
Lisa turns Chett's new dog into a human, but the morphed mutt has a problem licking his former canine tendencies.
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.
Lisa finds herself in trouble after she conjures up a crew of singing, snarling pirates during Wyatt's rehearsal for the school musical.
When Chett wishes to be stranded on a desert island, Lisa happily grants his request--only to find herself accidentally trapped with him.
Wyatt has to put the "good" back into goodfella after Lisa grants his wish for a closer family by turning the Donnellys into a mob clan.
The guys download a family for Lisa, complete with a warrior princess mom and an American Gladiator boyfriend.
Lisa zaps Wyatt out of existence to see what life would have been without him...and it doesn't seem too bad.
When Lisa becomes trapped in Principal Scampi's state-of-the art computer system, Gary and Wyatt tap Chett's military prowess in order to free her.
To keep Wyatt out of detention, Lisa uses her magic to turn Principal Scampi into his best friend. Unfortunately the spell goes out of control when the entire student body alienates Wyatt and Scampi tries his hand as a "Phantom of the Opera" style hero.
Chett is abducted by aliens and replaced by an unstoppable android whose mission is to capture Lisa and make her the unsavory aliens' new "queen".
Two high-school nerds accidentally create the woman of their dreams when an electrical storm short circuits their home computer. Silly fun!
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.
Two teenage nerds, Gary (Anthony Michael Hall) and Wyatt (Ilan Mitchell-Smith), unpopular and unable to meet girls on their own, use a computer to design the perfect woman. They feed various data (images mostly) into Wyatt's computer. Lacking sufficient processing power, they hack into a US Government mainframe and use its power to create a computer simulation of 'the perfect woman' in order to place her in real life sexual situations and see how she reacts. A bizarre electrical storm follows, and they find themselves unable to shut the computer off.
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