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Phil of the Future

Phil of the Future is an American sitcom that originally aired on Disney Channel from June 18, 2004 to August 19, 2006 for a total of two seasons. The series was created by Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber and produced by 2121 Productions, a part of Brookwell McNamara Entertainment. It follows a family from the future that gets stranded in the 21st century when their time machine breaks down. The series returns to the US on May 9, 2013 as part of Disney Channel: Throwback Thursday. It also currently airs in select countries such as Canada.

Duration: 22 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2004

IMDb: 7.1

Season 2 - Phil of the Future
"Phil finds out that a kid from his school is actually his great-great-grandfather."
"Phil's sick of everyone invading his personal space and jumps at the chance of living in the garage. He loves it, until he has to start paying his own bills and finds out how hard it is."
"When no one watches Keely's investigative reports show Pim comes to the resuce by offering to help make her popular amongst her viewers again but Keely realizes that Pim is just abusing her to make money and goes back to making "real news" with Phil."
"Phil is fed up with trying to hide his secret about being from the future, and decides to tell the world. This results in he and his family becoming celebrities, but means he loses his special friendship with Keeley."
"Pim abuses her power when she becomes principal for the day."
"Phil loses the wizard and to his suprise he finds that Mr. Hackett has it. Now Phil is on a mission to get the wizard back. Will Mr. Hackett find out Phil is from the future?"
"Keely tries to get together two people and it backfires on Phil. Pim becomes a "psychic" and fools Mr. Hackett."
"Phil solves a problem that math teacher Mr Hackett says is impossible - and Keeley blurts out his answer in class. She's moved to the advanced math class and Phil has to come to her rescue."
"When Christmas Eve rolls around, Phil tells the story of when his family first came to Pickford and how he met Keely. Lloyd also decides to tell the story of how they got the house."
"The Diffy's catch a futuristic disease called greenemia which causes them to turn green and act completely opposite to how they usually act."
"Phil and Keely offer to babysit Mr. Messerschmitt's nephew Nathan, and get more than they bargained for with the trouble making 5-year-old. Phil uses the New Ager, and the boy ends up 80-years-old."
"After forgetting Keely's birthday last year, Phil is determined to make this the best birthday - or Nirday as it's called in the future - ever."
"Mr. Messerschmitt insists his students take the Career Placement Test. However, Phil doesn't know what he wants to do and doesn't want to be trapped in a job for which is not suited."
"Phil is forced to cancel his school dance date with Keely; Pim uses the Wizard to create a date for the dance."
"When Tia moves away, Keely gets Phil into doing everything that she would normally do. So Phil hooks Keely up with the new girl."
"Phil replaces Curtis as field trip chaperone when Mr. Hackett is too ill to escort their class to the museum. Phil locates a part from the time machine during a class trip to the museum."
"Phil and Keely have a huge test in Mr. Messerschmitt's class, but take advantage of The Giggle. Phil and Keely, then, both fail the test. So Phil tries to make it up to Keely. Meanwhile, Pim goes to an R-rated movie and brings curtis as her parent."
"Mr. Hackett moves in next door and the Diffys invite him for dinner. Pim tries to sell the house."
"Phil and Pim have been fighting all week. Lloyd and Barbara couldn't take it any longer so he called for a Versa Day. For one school day Phil and Pim have to switch lives. Meanwhile Lloyd wants to get Curtis a job....if only he could find a place that will hire him."
"Phil and Keely are on a virtu-date and the robot waiter starts flirting with Keely and Phil is jealous."
Season 1 - Phil of the Future