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Josie jumps into the wormhole to 1879.
Josie jumps into the wormhole to find herself in 1879. As she pokes around, Headmistress Durst believes that Josie is a student who has arrived early, and Josie is forced to pretend she is Ms. Turner, a student who is going to a boarding school, whose name later on changes to Blake Holsey High. As she is there, she meets Blake Holsey, and they walk around the school, and Blake explains where things around the school are, when they accidentally step in a picture that Mr. Eastmen is taking. In the present, the rest of the Science Club discovers that picture, and they all rush to find Josie after, of course, finding the proper atttire. When they come, Josie is caught between a jealous Blake and a jealous Vaughn, and the Science Club misses the wormhole. They conduct Benjamin Franklin's kite experiment to re-open the wormhole, but Headmistress Durst, Mr. Avenir, and a local law officer and trying to hunt Josie and the Science club down because they were "frauds." (The REAL students had just arrived.) As the three try and get into the Science room (thanks to Avenir's logic) Blake and Vaughn must hold the door while the Science Club escapes, and they DO escape, with Vaughn jumping into the wormhole at the last minute and the door bursts open. The rest of the Science Club makes it back to the present, but Vauhn lands in October 4th of 1977.
Overall, I believe this was a pretty good episode, and it introduces Avenir, who is very important in 'Conclusions.'moreless
They kind of did this already in fate, but still, it was a great episode
This episode was a very cute idea, and I love how the storyline came together, and josie and the crew being all dressed up in 1800's outfits was very funny and entertaining in itself. The name blake holsey was also very amusing and vaughn calling blake her boyfriend made me laugh out loud. Although Vaughn getting stuck in 1987 was freaky, it was an exciting twist - and I love twists. My only question is - who opened the wormhole in the begining of this episode in the first place? Who did Josie go in after? And why did the photographer keep the picture he took of the building that Josie messed up (and the science club found)? It's confusing but I'll let it go. This was an overall great episode and it kept me entertained all the way to the very end.moreless