Big Wolf on Campus

Season 1 Episode 5

Witch College

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Aired Weekdays 6:00 PM May 07, 1999 on ABC Family
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Witch College
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Stacey is acting a bit weird after she joins a sorority that Tommy and Merton suspect may be full of witches.

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    Richard Jutras

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    Hugo Bostwick

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    Jane Wheeler

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      • Merton: It says, uh, Tri-Chi formed their own coven in 1790. A coven that practices black magic.
        Tommy: Black magic?! Well, that sounds bad.
        Merton: Yeah. Tres bad. Fairuza Balk in The Craft bad! Tommy, black wiccas are hedonistic pagans known for their demonic rituals! And their also renowned for their...blue ribbon fruit pies?
        Tommy: I can't believe this. I actually brought Stacy to a bunch of evil witches just so we could go to the same college.
        Merton: Tommy, we gotta get Stacey out of the clutches of this dark sisterhood soon before it's game over!

      • Tommy: Stacey's a witch? I can't date a witch.
        Merton: Tommy, you're a werewolf. I mean, I'm no Chuck Woolery, but kinda seems like the Halloween episode of Love Connection.

      • Merton: I'd like to amend my original hypothesis. They're not robots, they're witches!

      • Tommy: (voiceover) For most high school seniors, planning for college is a major decision, but I had it all figured out. I was gonna play football at State U., room with Merton and spend another four years with Stacy. Yeah, it was gonna be perfect.

      • (Travis begins stuttering, repeating what he would like to say over and over. Tim hits him over the head, and it works)
        Travis: So maybe you could give us a recommendation! (Turns to Tim) Thanks Tim.
        (Tim flashes him a thumbs-up)

      • Merton: Inside the cybernetics laboratory, Professor Hundlesheen stands over a motionless body! Next to him, his trusted assisstant, Martin Cringle! Jet-black hair, impish good looks, 6"2'! (Merton reads Hundlesheen's line) 'Martin! I've done it! I've created a sorority cyborg!' (Merton reads Martin's first line) 'Doc, doc! She's so beautiful! I can't believe she's a machine!' (Merton goes back to himself, and turns to Tommy) Hello!? What was wrong?
        Tommy: I don't know about those sorority girls.
        Merton: Well, they don't have to be sorority girls, they could be stewardesses! The story works on many levels!

      • Tommy: Why do you and Stacey want to leave Pleasantville so badly?
        Merton: See those hotties yonder? All former Staceys. They started in high school cliques and now they're in college sorority. Nothing but clones. Androids, robots! (pulls out a tape recorder) Idea for a film: Sorority Cyborgs. Possible lead actresses: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dick Van Patton. (laughs)
        Tommy: Uh, come on. Merton, please.
        Merton: Sorry. All I'm saying is, do you really want Stacey to be that sorority girl who dates the college quarterback?
        Tommy: Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yes, I do.

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