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Weird Science

Two high-school geeks create their dream girl via computer in this series based on the 1985 John Hughes movie.

Premiered: July 1, 1998

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Bill Paxton, <EM>Big Love</EM>

Bill Paxton Is Feeling the Love

What's a fella to do when he has Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny and (that's right, and) Ginnifer Goodwin for wives (other than invest in Hallmark stock, that is)? Big-screen star Bill Paxton talks with TV Guide about getting some real action as a… Read more

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Genie Junior Season 5, Episode 17 Jul 25, 1998 Free

Lisa inadvertently gives birth to a junior genie in a misconceived attempt to teach Chett a lesson about responsibility.

Magic Comet Ride Season 5, Episode 13 Jul 11, 1998 Free

Lisa seeks help from the "genie master" when she becomes discouraged by her faulty powers. Meanwhile, Wyatt and Gary become obsessed with a magic box.

The Genie Detective Season 5, Episode 12 Apr 11, 1997 Free

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.

Bee In There Season 5, Episode 8 Feb 23, 1997 Free

After Gary and Wyatt wish their fathers had spent more time with them when they were growing up, Lisa zaps them back in time.

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Weird Science
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 origina (more…)