So Weird: Season 2 (1999 - 2000)

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Air date: Aug 27, 1999

Fi goes to a séance run by a renowned medium (David Adams) in hopes of contacting the spirit of her dead father, Rick. Meanwhile, Molly is haunted by memories of Rick in a different way. Patrick Raymond: Andrew Wheeler. Susan: Randi Lynn. Rick Phillips: Chris Gibson.

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Air date: Sep 3, 1999

Back home in Colorado, things get a little out of control when Jack goes for his driving test, especially since his dad died in a car accident. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Sep 10, 1999

Clu's brother Carey (Eric Lively) is enamored with a singer that Fi thinks is a real-life siren. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Sep 17, 1999

A visit to Irene's sister turns into a living nightmare for Jack, Fi and Clu, who must help a young boy face certain fears. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Irene: Belinda Metz.

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Air date: Sep 24, 1999

Molly's tour takes Fi to a rural town where all the residents appear to have ESP. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Oct 1, 1999

Clu (Erik von Detten) starts acting like a tyrannical sea captain after he discovers a mysterious piece of driftwood. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Oct 8, 1999

On Halloween, Fi unearths some eerie facts about a New England town's zombie-like trick-or-treaters. Fergus: Henry Winkler. Mary: Susan Hogan. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Oct 15, 1999

Fi takes a bite out of a mystery involving a wolf terrorizing local farmers. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Jack: Patrick Levis. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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Air date: Oct 22, 1999

Fi and a boy genius (Kevin Zegers) involved in genetics research learn a startling truth about the boy's mother. Derek Ollman: Ed Evanko. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips. Jack: Patrick Levis.

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Air date: Nov 5, 1999

Fi discovers that the rich computer genius who is interested in Molly is working with an organization similar to the CIA. Fi: Cara DeLizia. Molly: Mackenzie Phillips.

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  • 2d ago
    Best season by far. Straight up nostalgia and Excellent plot throughout this whole season!
  • Oct 23, 2020
    It is great it is an Emotional and Dark Disney show that I think Disney should try to bring back "Fall" was one of the greatest episodes of the show as it gives more character to the lesser appreciated characters. THIS SHOW IS ONE OF THE MOST CRIMINALLY UNDERRATED WORKS OF DISNEY I HAVE EVER SEEN! Please tell your friends and family about it it is great to watch with them but be warned as this show is brave enough to tackle more darker matters
  • Oct 20, 2019
    Season 2 is long and for me the quality is the same as the season 1 but for me it didn´t capture me as much. But this season has props for touching darker themes than the season 1.
  • 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. So Weird took a darker turn in season two as the show centered more on the Phillips family's grief and Fi's efforts to connect with her dead father. The season overall is strong, but fans may best remember "Banshee" for Mackenzie Phillips' excellent musical performance of "The Rock," and "Twin" for its emotional rooftop finale.

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