So Weird: Season 1 (1999)

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Air date: Jan 18, 1999

Fi (Cara DeLizia) discovers the ghost of a little boy in a Chicago music club. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis. Clu: Erik von Detten. Ned: Dave "Squatch" Ward. Irene: Belinda Metz.

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Air date: Jan 18, 1999

Fi thinks she's being warned when a Web site, apparently devoted to Molly's tour, includes a review dated the next day. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Jan 25, 1999

An entire town, as well as Ned and Irene, can't remember the previous evening. Ned: Dave "Squatch" Ward. Irene: Belinda Metz. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Feb 1, 1999

Fi encounters a Bigfoot-like creature that leads her to the remains of a Civil War soldier. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis. Clu: Erik von Detten.

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Air date: Feb 8, 1999

Fi (Cara DeLizia) encounters a girl who uses astral projection to avoid facing her problems. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis. Clu: Erik von Detten.

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Air date: Feb 15, 1999

Gremlins cause trouble for a high-tech company in a small town. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Feb 22, 1999

An encounter with an apparition leads Fi (Cara DeLizia) and family to a farmer's daughter who has leukemia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Mar 1, 1999

Fi discovers a Celtic book of magic spells belonging to her aunt and inadvertently conjures an odd creature. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Mar 15, 1999

A girl claims to be the daughter of Molly's long-lost childhood friend, but she is in fact the same person. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Fi: Cara DeLizia.

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Air date: Mar 29, 1999

When objects start to move mysteriously, Fi suspects that a kid has telekinetic powers. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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  • 4d ago
    Great start! Very interesting plot lines for each episode.
  • Oct 11, 2020
    This show is Disney's most underrated creation even more underrated then Treasure Planet and that is saying something i grew up with Disney and i watched many of it's old shows and i thought i was an expert on Disney and the thing is i didnt grow up watching this show i didnt even here about until i was Fourteen This show is great in every way honestly i wish Disney made more shows like this it was dark af and was sad and happy at the same time this show can be enjoyed by anybody it's definatlly a watch give it some love
  • Oct 20, 2019
    Season 1 is very short but really consistent, it has really original episodes. A Classic
  • Sep 22, 2019
    Seasons one and two of So Weird easily qualify the show as one of Disney Channel's best. The show featured wonderful characters, great performances from the lead actors, unforgettable music, and a compelling story arc that unfortunately was cut short at the end of season two due to the lead actress leaving the show, and Disney Channel deciding to take the show in a lighter direction. The show quickly found its footing, and though "Rebecca" and "Will o' the Wisp" are standout episodes, the first season is overall delightful.

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