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    Phil of the Future

    Phil of the Future

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    Disney Channel (ended 2006)
    Welcome to Phil of the Future guide.

    Disney Channel's hit series, Phil of the Future, tells the story of the Diffy family, a futuristic family from the year 2121. When the eccentric dad, Lloyd, rents a time machine for their family vacation, everyone is excited. But then something goes wrong. Their time machine malfunctions and they are thrown out of the space/time continuim in the year 2004. The time machine has broken, and Lloyd is having trouble fixing it, so he, his part-robotic wife Barbara, and his kids: fifteen-year-old Phil Diffy (Ricky Ullman) and his thirteen-year-old daughter Pim, the little menace of the family, are forced to live in the past and pretend to be a normal family in the suburban town of Pickford. The only person who knows their secret is Keely Teslow, Phil's best friend. Together they deal with the things that every teenager in 2004 must deal with: school, bullies, significant others, crushes, homework...and then add the Diffys' habit of getting into trouble by using their futuristic gadgets, such as the Wizrd, the Insta-Morph, Skyaks, the DNA Scramber, and much more.

    Phil of the Future has quickly become one of Disney Channel's most popular new shows, and is quickly following in the footsteps of their hit shows Lizzie McGuire and That's So Raven. As of October 2004, the show was #1 in its slot among tweens and kids, with roughly four million viewers total per episode.

    Ricky Ullman, (Pixel Perfect) Plays Phil Diffy, And Amy Bruckner, (American Dragon: Jake Long) Plays Pim Diffy. Douglas Tuber (Lizzie McGuire) is creator and executive producer of the series. Tom Burkhard and Matt Dearborn (Even Stevens) and Tim O'Donnell (Clueless) are executive producers.

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    So Weird

    So Weird

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    Disney Channel (ended 2001)
    So Weird was a half-hour, live-action drama that explored paranormal phenomena. In the first two seasons, the series followed Fiona 'Fi' Phillips and her search for the paranormal, while she toured the country with her rock star mom, Molly, and her brother Jack, and their friends, Ned, Irene, Clu and then later Carey. In the third season, 13-year-old Annie Thelan hopped on the tour bus, when Fi left to live a normal life. FILMING LOCATION: So Weird was filmed entirely on location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. THEME SONG: The theme song In The Darkness was performed by series star, Mackenzie Phillips. ORIGINAL TITLE: The original title of the series was Too Weird. DVD/VHS RELEASE: So far this series has not been released on DVD in North America (US and Canada). If you'd like to request it, try this great site TVShowsOnDVD.com.moreless
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    Minutemen

    Minutemen

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    Disney Channel
    Minutemen, a show originally aired on the Disney Channel, is a science fiction program that details what happens when three young men build a time machine and go back in time to change the outcome of events in their lives. Virgin Fox (Jason Dolley) uses the time machine, built by Charlie Tuttle (Luke Benward) to win over his crush and save her from an embarrassing incident. The show has rich character development and explains how the three protagonists became close friends amidst a typical school filled with cliques and favoritism. The movie also shows the negative influences of popularity in public schools as it destroys the friendship of Virgin Fox and Derek Beaugard (Steven McQueen), who ends up dating Stephanie Jameson (Chealsea Kane). This is the girl Virgin Fox has his eye on personally. The plot plays out at a good pace, keeping the audience interested and keeping suspense in the film.moreless
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