Eerie Indiana

[Eerie Indiana cast]

Compiled by Loren Heisey
contact
http://www.innermind.com/myguides/

and Terry Gaetz

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  Guide revision history

  Version 1.0:   initial release (7/9/92)
  Version 1.1:   update (7/27/92)
  Version 1.2:   update (10/5/92)
  Version 2.0:   re-release (3/6/93)
  Version 2.1:   minor update (7/29/93)
  Version 2.2:   major update (3/24/94)
  Version 2.3:   minor update (4/2/94)

  Many thanks to Gerald Edgar  for  capturing  and  digitizing  the
  graphics  used  in  the PostScript (R) version of the guide.  The
  means for incorporating the graphics in the guide came from  some
  of  Michael  Brown's guides.  Gerald, Pete Lee, Corey Kirk, Katie
  Schwarz, Larry Virden, Andrew Dawson  and  others  on  the  Eerie
  Indiana  mailing  list  provided  various information used in the
  guide.


      Table of Contents

      Guide Notes                                  iii
      Cast                                           1
      Credits                                        2
      Introductions                                  3
      Episodes                                       6
         1. Foreverware                              6
         2. The Retainer                             8
         3. The ATM Machine                         10
         4. The Losers                              11
         5. Scariest Home Videos                    13
         6. Just Say No Fun                         15
         7. Heart on a Chain                        16
         8. The Dead Letter                         17
         9. Who's Who                               19
        10. The Lost Hour                           20
        11. Marshall's Theory of Believability      21
        12. Tornado Days                            22
        13. The Hole in the Head Gang               24
        14. Mr. Chaney                              26
        15. No Brain, No Pain                       27
        16. The Loyal Order of Corn                 28
        17. Zombies In P.J.s                        30
        18. Reality Takes a Holiday                 32
        19. The Broken Record                       33
            The Jolly Rogers                        34
      Title Lists                                    A
        U.S. Broadcast Order                       A-1
        U.K. Broadcast Order                       A-2
        Alphabetical Order                         A-3
        Script Order                               A-4
        Alternate Titles                           A-5
      Guest Cast Listing                             B
      Writing and Directing Listing                  C
      Producer Listing                               D
      Commercial Voiceovers                          E
      Cast's Other Roles                             F
      Miscellaneous Information                      G
        Videos                                     G-1
      Evidence Locker Contents                       H

  Guide Notes

   1.  The information within brackets '[]' are comments  added  by
       the   guide's  authors  or  character  names  obtained  from
       dialogue within the show.

   2.  Character names in braces '{}' did not  appear  directly  in
       the  on  air  credits  but  were obtained indirectly from TV
       Guide, scripts of the episodes, or where  the  spelling  was
       available  in  the  episode (e.g., Marshall spelling Syndi's
       name  in  the  1st  episode,  Devon  Wilde's  name  on   the
       gravestone, etc.).

   3.  Voiceovers are narration by Marshall and others.

   4.  The synopses are adapted from TV Guide listings.

   5.  Only a portion of the production credits are listed  in  the
       guide.   These  include the ones in the opening credits, and
       the ones in the closing credits up to the guest cast.

   6.  The introduction notation used in the  episodes  section  of
       the  guide  is explained in the introductions section of the
       guide.

   7.  The airdates in the episodes section of the  guide  are  for
       the  U.S.   Airdates  for  other  countries  are  listed  in
       appendix A. If anyone can supply airdates for countries  not
       listed they will be added to the guide. Eerie has been known
       to air in Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, Ireland,  and  the
       U.K.

   8.  The date format used in the guide is month/day/year.

  Cast

  Regular Cast

          Omri Katz                  Marshall Teller
          Justin Shenkarow           Simon Holmes
          Mary-Margaret Humes        Marilyn Teller
          Francis Guinan             Edgar Teller
          Julie Condra               Syndi Teller

  For The Hole in the Head Gang through  Reality  Takes  a  Holiday
  episodes:

          Jason Marsden              Dash X

  Recurring Cast

  The following appeared in more than one episode:

          John Astin                 Radford
          Belinda Balaski            Winifred Swanson and Mother
          Harry Goaz                 Sgt. Knight
          Archie Hahn                Mr. Radford and Fred Suggs
          Gregory Itzin              Winston Chisel (the Mayor)
          Doug Llewelyn              Anchorman
          Steven Peri                Elvis
          Dan Stanton                Bertram Wilson
          Don Stanton                Ernest Wilson

  Credits

  Principle Production Credits

          Created by                 Karl Schaefer
                                     Jose Rivera
          Producer*                  Jose Rivera
                                     Gary Markowitz
                                     Walter Barnett
                                     Michael Cassutt
          Creative Consultant        Joe Dante
          Executive Producer         Karl Schaefer
          Co-Executive Producers     Terry Dunn Meurer
                                     John Cosgrove
          Co-Producer*               Jon Poll
                                     Lee Haxall
          Associate Producers*       Robert Doudell
                                     Lee Haxall
                                     Amy Brotslaw
                                     Pam Fitzgerald
          Executive Story Editor     Matt Dearborn

  * These credits varied over the run of the show. See  appendix  D
    for the specific episodes each was listed for.

  Introductions

  Introductions of Eerie

  The voiceover that Marshall uses to give an introduction  of  the
  show  varies through the run of the series. For the first episode
  the introduction set up how Marshall came to Eerie and  a  little
  of  what he found there. For the second episode it gave some more
  on what Marshall found in Eerie. This was shortened somewhat  for
  the following episodes that used it. The show introductions are:

  1.  "To whom it may concern. If you're reading this document,  it
       means  I'm  either  dead  -  or disappeared under mysterious
       circumstances.  My name is Marshall Teller. Not long  ago  I
       was living in New Jersey just across the river from New York
       City. It was crowded, polluted, and full of crime.  I  loved
       it. But my parents wanted a better life for my sister and me
       - so we moved to a place so wholesome, so squeaky clean, you
       could  only  find it on TV.  Unfortunately, nothing could be
       further from the truth.  Sure,  my  new  home  town  *looks*
       normal  enough,  but  look  again.   What's  wrong with this
       picture? The American dream come true, right?  Wrong. Nobody
       believes  me,  but  this  is the center of weirdness for the
       entire planet. Eerie, Indiana. My home  sweet  home.   Still
       don't believe me? You will."

  2.  "Eerie, Indiana. Day 45. I knew my home town was going to  be
       different  from  where  I grew up in New Jersey, but this is
       ridiculous. Nobody believes me, but Eerie is the  center  of
       weirdness  for  the  entire  planet.  Item, a guy that looks
       suspiciously like Elvis lives  on  my  paper  route.   Item,
       Bigfoot  eats  out  of  my trash.  Item, a bizarre housewife
       cult in town has been sealing up their kids in giant  rubber
       kitchenware  so they don't age. And now, just when I thought
       things couldn't get any worse, I discovered that  in  Eerie,
       even  man's best friend is up to no good. When I try to tell
       this to my family, they just think I'm weird.  Better  weird
       than dead."

  3.  "My name is Marshall Teller. I knew  my  new  home  town  was
       going to be different from where I grew up in New Jersey but
       this is ridiculous.  Nobody believes me, but Eerie,  Indiana
       is  the  center  of  weirdness  for the entire planet. Item,
       Elvis lives on my paper route. Item, Bigfoot eats out of  my
       trash.  Item,  even man's best friend is weird.  Still don't
       believe me? You will."

  Some episodes had a short setup of the episode before  the  title
  credits  which  is  indicated  with a "S".  A dash "-" is used to
  indicate when no introduction or setup was given before the title
  sequence.

  The title/credits montage also exists in several  versions  which
  are denoted as (1), (a1), and (a2).

  In the guide which introduction and title  sequence  is  used  is
  given  as  (x.y)  where x is the introduction number and y is the
  title sequence number.

  Introductions of Characters and Places

  Marshall's family

      "That's my family. They're all too busy to see  what's  going
       on.  Mom just started her own party planning service down at
       the Eerie mall.  My  sister  Syndi  is  practicing  for  her
       driver's  test. Personally, I don't think anybody who spells
       `Cindy' S-y-n-d-i should  by  allowed  to  operate  a  motor
       vehicle.  Dad  works  for  Things,  Incorporated,  a product
       testing company. Dad's job is one of the  reasons  we  moved
       here.   Because - statistically speaking - Eerie is the most
       normal place in the entire country. Statistics lie."

  Simon

      "That's Simon, my next door neighbor. He's just a kid  but  I
       let  him hang out because his parents don't seem to want him
       around. He's the only friend I've made  since  moving  here.
       He's also the only one who believes me about Eerie."

  The original Radford

      "The World O' Stuff is run by  a  weird  guy  named  Radford.
       Every time I saw him he was in a different disguise. I can't
       prove it,  but  I  think  he's  in  the  witness  protection
       program."

  The new Radford

      "The weirdest thing happened down at The World O'  Stuff.  It
       turns  out  the reason Radford acted so weird was because he
       wasn't  really  Radford.   He  was  Fred  Suggs,  compulsive
       imposter.  Evidently, the *real* Radford had been tied up in
       the basement the whole time."

  The World O' Stuff

      "In New Jersey we had the usual convenience  stores.  We  had
       the  Stop  N' Snack, the Pig N' Go, even a Save N' Haul. But
       here in Eerie we've got the World O' Stuff, the  place  that
       invented one stop shopping."

  Dash X

      "See, three months  ago,  I  wake  up  here  in  Weirdsville,
       Indiana and I don't remember anything. How I got here. Who I
       am. Nothing. Zip. Zero.  Not even my own  name."  [...]  "No
       mom.  No  dad.  It's just me looking out for myself. I crash
       wherever I can and I dumpster dive for food."

  Downtown Eerie

       World O' Stuff              old Hitchcock Mill
       Everything Corn             corn statue
       Happy Brothers Yogurt       Happy Brothers Mortuary
       Eerie Savings and Loan      Bank of Eerie
       Eerie Examiner              Eerie Enquirer
       Loyal Order of Corn Lodge   B.F. Skinner Junior High School
       Eerie General Hospital      Eerie Bingo Parlor
       Eerie Bait Shop and Sushi Bar
       Eerie Bus Terminal and Supper Club
       Dragon of the Black Pool Chinese restaurant

       Front Street                Normal Ave
       Maple Street                13th Ave
       Main Street                 Edgar Allen Poe Blvd
       Elizabeth Barrett Browning Blvd

  Episodes

   1. Foreverware

  First aired: Sep 15, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (1:1)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Louan Gideon               [Betty] {Wilson}
      Written by
          Karl Schaefer & Jose Rivera
      Directed by
          Joe Dante
      Co-Starring
          Belinda Balaski            Winifred Swanson
          Nathan Schultz             Bertram Wilson
          Nicholas Schultz           Ernest  Wilson
          Dan Stanton                Adult Bertram Wilson
          Don Stanton                Adult Ernest Wilson
      Featuring
          Olivia Virgil Harper       Phyllis Stouffer
          Coleen Maloney             Imogene Crocker
          Colleen McNamara           Beatrice Pillsbury
          Steven Peri                Old Elvis
          Barbara Pilavan            Old Betty

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Ever since moving here, I've been convinced  that  something  is
   very wrong with Eerie, Indiana. I tried telling myself there was
   a logical explanation for everything, but  logic  doesn't  apply
   here."

  Synopsis

  Young Marshall Teller intends to prove that  he  and  his  family
  have  moved  to  "the center of weirdness for the entire planet."
  He begins with a tale about odd  twins  whose  permanently  peppy
  mother   is   obsessed   with  selling  Foreverware  food-storage
  containers.

  Notes

  Date  on  Foreverware  container  which  contained  the   baloney
  sandwich: 4-19-74

  Foreverware song by Dean Friedman:
      Foreverware, for wives and mothers everywhere
      Our goal has always been - to seal the freshness in forever
      Foreverware, for any dish that you prepare
      For each and every meal - we have the perfect deal

      The muffins that you made today will still be fresh in early May,
      Your coffee cake, your cinnamon ring will last at least until
        next spring
      It work on almost everything!
      Foreverware.

   2. The_Retainer

  First aired: Sep 22, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (2:1)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Vincent Schiavelli         {Dr. Eukanuba}
          Patrick LaBrecque          {Steve}
      Written by
          Karl Schaefer & Jose Rivera
      Directed by
          Joe Dante
      Co-Starring
          Lou Cutell                 Old Man Dithers
          Lauri Hendler              Fifi voice
          Aron Kincaid               Fluffy voice

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Even if I tell my parents, they won't believe me.  They'll  just
   think  I'm  homesick,  or worse yet crazy. You see, hideous pain
   and the fact that I'll look goofy don't have anything to do with
   why I don't want a retainer. It's dogs I'm worried about. It all
   started with a  guy  named  Steve  Konkolewski.  Steve  had  the
   biggest  teeth  in  the  7th  grade.  I mean we're talking major
   surfboards."

  Synopsis

  When a friend's retainer picks up  strange  vibrations,  Marshall
  smells  trouble, which leads him to believe that, in Eerie "man's
  best friend" really isn't at all.

  Notes

  Eerie's neighbors:  (small lake)   Schaefer   Normal
                      Comfort        Eerie      (highway 8)
                      Correct        Fickle     Ordinary

  Aerial photo of city of Eerie shows Eerie is the exact same shape
  as the Bermuda Triangle.

  Magazine cover:
      large print:    Eerie Enquirer
      small print:    Largest selling magazine in US
                      [picture of Dan Quayle]
      large print:    Our Next President?
      small print:    Full story inside

  On dog pound truck: Eerie Ind. Canine Arrest Team

  Sign inside dog pound: No Barking

  The dogs' demands:
      No more leashes
      Let them sleep outside, see how they like it
      Down with Kibbles
      Ban obedience schools
      No more stupid pet tricks
      No more de-worming
      and NO MORE NEUTERING

   3. The_ATM_Machine

  First aired: Sep 29, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (S:1)

      Written by
          Matt Dearborn
      Directed by
          Sam Pillsbury
      Guest Starring
          Gabriel Damon              [Nick (Nicholas)]
          Gregory Itzin              [Mayor Winston] {Chisel}
          Scott Weinger              [Eddie]
      Co-Starring
          Andrew White               Derek
          Archie Hahn                Mr. Radford
          Harry Goaz                 Sgt. Knight
          Doug Llewelyn              Anchorman

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "When Dad created  Mr.  Wilson,  the  friendly  automated  teller
   machine,  he  had  no  idea  what  was going to happen to Eerie.
   Everybody's heard of the savings and  loan  scandal.  Well  what
   happened to my best friend Simon is even weirder."

  Synopsis

  An ATM machine designed by  Marshall's  dad  becomes  a  personal
  friend  of  Simon, providing him with a windfall that seems to be
  affecting Eerie's economy.

  Notes

  On each side of ATM machine: Aint it good to know that you got  a
  friend

  Newspaper Marshall delivers: Eerie Examiner

  The tennis shoes the older boys had were The  Sky  Monster  while
  Simon's new shoes were The Sky Monster Part Two.

  What Radford called himself: Rolfe Schvimmer

  Simon had a 9th birthday in this episode.  His birthday cake  was
  a wedding cake inscribed: Good Luck, Julia and Kiefer

   4. The_Losers

  First aired: Oct  6, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (S:1)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Henry Gibson               {Mr. Lodgepoole}
          Dick Miller                {Al}
      Teleplay by
          Gary Markowitz
      Story by
          Gary Markowitz & Michael R. Perry
      Directed by
          Joe Dante
      Co-Starring
          Russell Gannon             Biker #1
          Billy Million              Biker #2

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Eerie Indiana, day 94. You wouldn't believe how easy  it  is  to
   lose  stuff here. I mean stuff that was there a minute ago would
   just vanish the moment you turn your  back.  Gone,  disappeared,
   lost  forever. I figure, Eerie is caught in some electromagnetic
   vortex that messes up the tracking system we humans use to  find
   stuff. Funny, but it seems to be hitting Dad the hardest."

  Synopsis

  A quest to find his father's lost briefcase leads  Marshall  into
  the  very bowels of Eerie, where things have a tendency to vanish
  without a trace.

  Notes

  Name of Eerie's notorious biker gang: The Unkind Ones

  The bus terminal window has the sign: Eerie Bus Terminal & Supper
  Club

  One of the buses has the sign "PLUNGING BUS TOURS" painted on its
  side.

  One of the stickers on the trunk Marshall hides in is  an  EERIE,
  INDIANA logo.

  Item number for Edgar Teller's lost briefcase: 779993-A-2

  Graffiti in alley: GROW CORN FOREVER and [CHACA?] WAS HERE

  Spotted in the Bureau of Lost:
      deep sea diving suit
      life buoy marked "HMS Titanic"
      Liberty bell
      wooden sled with "Rosebud" on it
      giant pod [?] (as in  Invasion of the Body Snatchers)

  Lodgepoole's profession: Certified Misappropriation Engineer

  The EERIE magazine Simon was holding in the laundromat is a black
  and  white  magazine put out by Warren Publishing from 1965-1983.
  It was famous for its bizarre stories and quality  artists.   The
  magazine can also be seen in some of the other episodes.

   5. Scariest_Home_Videos

  First aired: Oct 20, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Karl Schaefer
      Directed by
          Sam Pillsbury
      Guest Starring
          Tony Jay                   {Mummy} {(Boris Von Orloff)}
      Co-Starring
          Christian Cousins          Harley [Holmes]
          Joseph Cousins             Harley [Holmes]
          Shawna Casey               Maiden
      Featuring
          Taylor Fry                 Little Girl

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Back in Jersey Halloween was my favorite holiday. When else  can
   a  non-adult  wear a disguise and roam around after dark forcing
   people to give you candy for no good reason and then trash their
   house  if  they  don't.  But here in Eerie things are different.
   There's no telling who or what you'll  bump  into  around  these
   parts. Simon and I had to be prepared for anything."

  Synopsis

  Simon and Marshall are cursed on Halloween by an  odd  occurrence
  involving  Simon's  little  brother, the TV remote control, and a
  scary mummy movie.

  Notes

  The movie in the episode was: Bloody Revenge of the Mummy's Curse

  Marshall's science project: studying insanity in the animal kingdom

  Marshall's pet chameleons: Godzilla and Mothra

  The candy the Tellers were handing out: Icky Sticky Bars

  Halloween checklist with Simon and Marshall:
  "Camera"                "Check"
  "Film"                  "Check"
  "Tape recorder"         "Check"
  "Notebook"              "Check"
  "Markers"               "Check"
  "Swiss army knife"      "Check"
  "Map of Eerie"          "Check"
  "Signal Mirror"         "Check"
  "Flashlight"            "Check"
  "Moist towelettes?"     "In case we get egged"
  "Bug spray?"            "In case we get bugged"
  "Clean underwear?"      "In case we get scared"
  "Garlic, wooden stake,
       holy water"        "Check, check, check"

   6. Just_Say_No_Fun

  First aired: Oct 27, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Michael R. Perry
      Directed by
          Bryan Spicer
      Guest Starring
          Lucy Lee Flippin           {Nurse Nancy}
          Roy Brocksmith             {Principal}
      Co-Starring
          Raffi Di Blasio            Doug Dimsdale
          Archie Hahn                Mr. Radford
          Todd Jeffries              Mountie

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "A sense of humor is a sign of intelligence. That's what  my  Dad
   says.   He also says sometimes Simon and I are too smart for our
   own good. We were just a couple of wise guys trying to have some
   fun.  We  weren't  looking  for  trouble,  but in Eerie, trouble
   always has a way of finding us."

  Synopsis

  Marshall uncovers a plot by a new school nurse,  who's  using  an
  eye  exam  to  hypnotize  students  to  make  them  worker drones
  incapable of having fun.

  Notes

  The school Marshall attended was B.F. Skinner Junior High School.

  On the nurse's door: "strength through eyesight"

  The nurse's motto:
      "A quiet classroom is an orderly classroom
       an orderly classroom creates better test scores"

  The license plate on Tellers's car: Indiana 91    51E63K7

   7. Heart_on_a_Chain

  First aired: Nov  3, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Jose Rivera
      Directed by
          Joe Dante
      Guest Starring
          Cory Danziger              {Devon Wilde (1978-1991)}
          Danielle Harris            {Melanie} [Monroe]
      Co-Starring
          Jim Jansen                 Melanie's Father
          Sarah Lilly                Miss {Annabell} Lee
          Henry Brown                Doctor
          Steven Peri                Old Elvis

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Death isn't exactly something I like to think  about.  But  ever
   since  I lost my goldfish Nosferatu in second grade I knew death
   was a part of life, and part of growing up. Thing  is,  here  in
   Eerie,  especially  in  Eerie, death and life - death, love, and
   growing up seem to be all kind of  mixed  up  sometimes.  So  it
   should  come  as  no  surprise that the first time I ever really
   kissed Melanie Monroe we were in the Eerie cemetery.  Too bad we
   weren't alone."

  Synopsis

  Marshall and a friend each want to win  the  heart  of  the  same
  girl,  who  has a heart condition that brings her to Eerie hoping
  to have a transplant.

  Notes

  The fish was probably named after the 1922 German film Nosferatu.
  It  was one of the early vampire movies and was remade in 1979 as
  Nosferatu the Vampyre.

  On the classroom blackboard:
      Todays assignment
      Romeo and Juliet
      Theme: "Love is stronger than Death"
                              due Thursday

  Listen closely as the camera pans past the spider web for  a  The
  Fly  movie  (1958  version)  reference.  Also look closely in the
  background of the last graveyard scene for a hooded  Grim  Reaper
  carrying his scythe.

   8. The_Dead_Letter

  First aired: Nov 10, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          James L. Crite
      Directed by
          Tim Hunter
      Guest Starring
          Tobey Maguire              {Tripp} [McConnell]
          Herta Ware                 {Old Mary} {B. Carter}
          Aimee Brooks               Young Mary {C. Carter}
          T.C. Warner                Andrea [Fantucci]
      Featuring
          Jeff Fried                 Paramedic

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "The Eerie library needed some fast cash to pay for  renovations,
   so  some of the old books that were down in the library basement
   got sent to the World O'  Stuff  and  put  up  for  sale.  We're
   talking  old  books, books that haven't seen the light of day in
   years."

  Synopsis

  Marshall is love's reluctant mail carrier when  the  ghost  of  a
  1920s smitten teen demands that Marshall deliver a love letter to
  the spirit's dreamgirl, now an elderly woman.

  Notes

  Simon's history paper: Jackalope and Its Relation to the  Federal
  Deficit.   (A  Jackalope  is  a  fabled  half jackrabbit and half
  antelope creature said to have once inhabited the vast deserts of
  the American Southwest.)

  Ages from the script for this episode:
      Andrea Fantucci   15
      Tripp McConnell   14
      Mary Jr.          14
      Old Mary          75 (1991), 13 (1929)

  The address on the letter to Mary was:
      Mary B. Carter
      326 Elizabeth Barrett Browning Blvd.
      Eerie, Indiana

  Syndi was the lifestyle editor of the school  newspaper  and  the
  spread  she  proposed  to  do on Tripp was: "Gypsies, Tramps, and
  Thieves come to Eerie."

  Headline on 1920's Eerie Examiner: Hoover to Nation: Don't  Worry
  Be Happy

  This episode aired on the day part of it was to have taken place,
  exactly 62 years after the letter was first to be delivered.

   9. Who's_Who

  First aired: Nov 17, 1991 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Julia Poll
      Directed by
          Tim Hunter
      Guest Starring
          Shanelle Workman           {Sara} [Bob] [(Sara Sue)]
          Richard Grove              {Dad Bob}
      Co-Starring
          Sean Babb                  Lou Bob
          Jacob Gelman               Moe Bob
          Dannel Evans               Bob Bob
          Stefanos Miltsakakis       Nanny Arnold
          Harry Goaz                 Sgt. Knight
          Archie Hahn                Mr. Radford

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "The  World  O'  Stuff  was  overrun  by  barbarians   -   little
   barbarians.  If  you  gave  these guys an island and no parents,
   they'd be Lord of the Flies. It was every customer for  himself.
   Luckily  I  was  just  there  to  use  the  phone.  My  bike had
   disappeared moments before and I was calling my Mom for  a  ride
   home."

  Synopsis

  An artistic girl  draws  on  Marshall's  encouragement,  and  her
  sketches  take  on  a  life  of  their own. But seeking a perfect
  family, she pencils in Marilyn as her mom.

  Notes

  The pencil Sara Bob uses was an EERIE 2.

  The facts the policeman gave about Marshall:
      The serial number of his bike was JH772347.
      He purchased the bike at Knievel Bike Shop in New Jersey.
      The time of purchase was 2:12 pm on October 10, 1986.
      He pedals an average of 12.6 miles a day.
      He has a mole on his upper left arm.

  In the ending credits, *all* the production people are given  the
  nickname `"Bob"'.  Also, listen for a burp at the very end of the
  end credits.

  10. The_Lost_Hour

  First aired: Dec  1, 1991 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Vance DeGeneres
      Directed by
          Bob Balaban
      Guest Starring
          Eric Christmas             {Milkman}
          Nikki Cox                  {Janet Donner}
      Featuring
          Lindsey Ginter             Garbage Collector

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Being 13 years old, I'd never thought much about time.  I  guess
   when  you're a kid, you just figure you've got plenty of time to
   think about it later. Well, here  in  Eerie,  nothing  could  be
   further from the truth."

  Synopsis

  Marshall needs to be saved from daylight saving time (which isn't
  in  effect  in  Eerie)  after he resets his time and falls into a
  dimension always one hour behind.

  Notes

          On milk carton:
                               MISSING
                              [picture]
                            Janet Donner
                               AGE 13
                          PRESUMED RUNAWAY
                     If You Have any information
                           Call Toll-free
                           1-800-555-LOST

          On danish:
                             Things Inc.
                       Industrial Coffee Cake
                      For testing purposes only

          Written on the door of the garbage truck:
                                    2
                                E=mc

                             SPACE TIME
                          MAINTENANCE TEAM

  11. Marshall's_Theory_of_Believability

  First aired: Feb  2, 1992 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Matt Dearborn
      Directed by
          Bob Balaban
      Guest Starring
          John Standing              [Professor Nigel Zircon]
          Harry Goaz                 [Sgt. Knight]
          Archie Hahn                [Mr. Radford]
          Gregory Itzin              [Mayor Winston] {Chisel}
          Steven Peri                [Old Elvis]
      and
          Michael J. Pollard         as Claude

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "It's easy to believe almost anything when you consider just  how
   big   the   universe   is.  It's  even  easier  to  believe  the
   unbelievable here in my little corner of  the  universe.  That's
   why  when  Professor  Nigel  Zircon  rolled  into  town with his
   traveling museum of the parabelievable, Simon  and  I  were  the
   first in line."

  Synopsis

  Marshall and Simon think they've finally found someone  who  will
  believe  them  -  a traveling professor of the "parabelievable" -
  but should they be believing him?

  Notes

  Edgar  Teller  interned  at  the  Smithsonian  Institute   before
  entering  Syracuse to do his undergraduate work in archeology. He
  received a NASA scholarship to MIT where his thesis  was  titled:
  "Matter: What is it Exactly?"

  The t-shirts being sold had on them: "I have been  to  Eerie  and
  seen the space thing."

  Live TV Newscast was on WERD-TV

  Professor Zircon's real name is Phil Zirconowitz.

  12. Tornado_Days

  First aired: Mar  1, 1992 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Matt Frewer                [Howard] {Raymer}
      Written by
          Michael Cassutt
      Directed by
          Ken Kwapis
      Guest Starring (closing credits)
          Kelly Connell              [Weatherman Wally]
          Harry Goaz                 [Sgt. Knight]
          Archie Hahn                [Mr. Radford]
          Steven Peri                [Old Elvis]
      and introducing
           OLD BOB                   As Himself

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Back in New Jersey we had blizzards, the  occasional  hurricane,
   but  it  was Equal Opportunity weather. It went after everybody.
   But here in Eerie, Indiana, I couldn't  help  feeling  that  bad
   weather  was  after me personally. Especially tornados. Tornados
   are 200 mile an hour windstorms with minds  of  their  own.  But
   here  in  Eerie,  instead  of taking shelter in their basements,
   people celebrated something called Tornado Day."

  Synopsis

  Matt Frewer drops in as a wacky meteorologist whom Marshall helps
  battle  Tornado  Bob  during its annual visit to Eerie, which the
  town celebrates on Tornado Day.

  Notes

  This episode was day 139.

  Marshall and Simon were watching "Commando Cody" on TV.

  Howard  Raymer  worked  for  N.O.A.A.   (National   Oceanic   and
  Atmospheric  Administration)  as a meteorologist. His capsule was
  called the Tornado Rider.

  Syndi was Miss Tornado Days.

  The prizes for the 87th annual Tornado Day sweepstakes were:
  Grand prize: Windmaster travel trailer no. 01313
  Second prize: 3-day all-expense-paid trip to Eerie's sister city,
  Normal, Illinois.

  Simon's sweepstakes ticket was 103.  He  wrote  "Hasta  La  Vista
  BigBob" on the travel trailer.

  The street sign was Maple St. and 13th Ave.

  For sale in the store were Mini Bobs fans.

  13. The_Hole_in_the_Head_Gang

  First aired: Mar  1, 1992 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (-:a2)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Claude Akins               {Bank Robber} [(Grungy Bill)]
      and
          John Astin                 as [Bartholomew J.] Radford
      Written by
          Karl Schaefer
      Directed by
          Joe Dante
      Co-Starring
          Archie Hahn                [Fred] Suggs
          Belinda Balaski            Mother [(Winifred Swanson?)]
          Erin Braun                 girl
          Michelle Braun             girl

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "It seems like every town has a haunted house and a creepy  story
   that  goes  with  it. Kids all dare each other to go inside, but
   nobody ever does, because a friend-of-a-friend knows a guy  that
   went  in  -  and never came out. Every town has one, but here in
   Eerie, Simon and I have counted over  *50*  haunted  structures.
   Today we were checking out number 51."

  Synopsis

  Marshall and Simon are startled by a creepy kid who's crashed  in
  an  old  mill  that's  haunted by the ghost of Eerie's worst bank
  robber ever.

  Notes

  This was the episode where the Dash X character  first  appeared.
  He  did not have a name at first but was most commonly called Kid
  With the Grey Hair.  Some of the other things people  called  him
  include Kid With No Name, and Sneaky Kid With the Hair.  This was
  also the episode where the new Radford character entered.

  The mill was called the Hitchcock Mill.

  Grungy Bill's gun was "Betsy"

  Some things in World O' Stuff:
      Deep sea diving suit
      Giant Foreverware container holding regular sized Foreverware
      containers with sign: ForeverWare 50% Off

  There are apparently a number of different versions of the  Black
  Cow  drink  Marshall  and  Simon  ordered.  One from the Complete
  World Bartender's Guide says to pour 8 oz.  sarsaparilla  into  a
  tall  glass.  Add  2  oz.  vanilla ice cream and stir until well-
  blended.  Sarsaparilla is a soft drink flavored  with  the  dried
  roots  of  a tropical American plant (smilax).  Some folks in the
  rec.foods.cooking notes group said it is a  drink  consisting  of
  root  beer with vanilla ice cream. Others said it is a drink made
  of root beer and milk.

  Also mentioned in the notes group were similar drinks including a
  Brown  Cow  made  with vanilla ice cream and Coca Cola (R), a Red
  Angus made with vanilla ice cream and Birch Beer,  and  a  Purple
  Cow  made  with  strawberry  ice cream topped off by Black Cherry
  soda.

  14. Mr._Chaney

  First aired: Mar  8, 1992 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a2)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          John Astin                 as [Bartholomew J.] Radford
      Written by
          Jose Rivera
      Directed by
          Mark Goldblatt
      Guest Starring (closing credits)
          Stephen Root               {Mr. Chaney}
          Gregory Itzin              [Mayor Winston] {Chisel}
          William Newman             [sad Dad]
          Annie O'Donnell            [sad Mom]

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "I wasn't the only one who thought this Harvest King  hoopla  was
   for  the  birds. I hadn't seen that weird kid with the grey hair
   since our little adventure with the  ghost  of  Grungy  Bill.  I
   could tell he wasn't somebody to mess with. It seems we were the
   only two guys not buying lottery tickets.  Why  -  did  he  know
   something  I  didn't?   The Harvest King gets all sorts of dorky
   prizes, but then he must go out into the  woods  during  a  full
   moon  until  he  catches a glimpse of the mysterious Eerie Wolf.
   What I wanted to know was - how come there's no such thing as an
   ex-Harvest King?"

  Synopsis

  Trickery makes Marshall the new Harvest King, and  he  finds  the
  king's  traditional  task  no  treat:  he must venture to see the
  Eerie Wolf, which turns out to be a werewolf.

  Notes

  If the harvest king  sees  the  Eerie  Wolf,  Eerie  gets  a  big
  harvest, 13 years of good luck, and low taxes.

  The Howling was being shown on cable.

  Headlines on 13-year-old Eerie Examiner newspapers:
      CHISEL WINS MAYORAL LANDSLIDE
      DISCO CRAZE SWEEPS INDIANA
  And on October 1927 newspaper:
      PROHIBITION: WHY WE LOVE IT

  The book Mr. Radford had was the 1992 Werewolf Companion

  15. No_Brain,_No_Pain

  First aired: Mar 15, 1992 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (-:a2)

      Written by
          Matt Dearborn
      Directed by
          Greg Beeman
      Guest Starring
          Paul Sand                  {Charles Furnell}
          Anita Morris               [Eunice] [(Mrs Furnell)]

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Simon and I have decided to make  a  rare  appearance  with  the
   family,  stuffing  ourselves  at  the  Dragon  of the Black Pool
   Chinese restaurant. It's a place where the egg rolls aren't  too
   shabby,  and  the fortune cookies are the kind you can only find
   in Eerie."

  Synopsis

  Marshall and Simon must really use their heads to crack open  the
  real story behind a homeless man who seems to have lost his mind.

  Notes

  The soap playing on TV was "Todd and Donna".

  The envelope from Furnell was addressed as:
      Charles Furnell
      On the Road, USA
                           MARSHALL TELLER
                           999 NORMAL Ave
                           EERIE, INDIANA
                                          70777

  On blackboard in picture of Charles Furnell: Brain Function as it
  Relates to Hat Size

  The 8-Track tape was The Knack's Get The Knack from 1979. One  of
  the songs on it is "My Sharona".

  Bumper sticker: Bush-Quayle 88

  Buttons on  brainalyzer:  Upload,  Download,  Switch,  Save,  and
  Potpourri

  What Furnell called his wife: Sugar Buns

  16. The_Loyal_Order_of_Corn

  First aired: Mar 22, 1992 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (-:a2)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Ray Walston                {Ned}
      and
          John Astin                 as [Bartholomew J.] Radford
      Written by
          Michael Cassutt
      Directed by
          Bryan Spicer
      Guest Starring (closing credits)
          Harry Goaz                 [Sgt. Knight]
          Gregory Itzin              [Mayor Winston] {Chisel}

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Sometimes it gets tough battling the forces of Eerie by  myself,
   even with a little help from Simon, but I always thought I could
   count on Mom and Dad for a  dose  of  normality.  But  then  Dad
   joined  The  Loyal  Order  of Corn, Eerie's version of the Moose
   Lodge, and started spending all his free time there which  drove
   Mom crazy. I'd never even noticed the place. It kind of makes me
   wonder what else I haven't noticed."

  Synopsis

  Something very strange pops up when Simon, Dash, and Marshall try
  to crack the inner sanctum of Eerie's odd and exclusive lodge.

  Notes

  The script for this episode lists it taking place on day 323.

  Grades of the Loyal Order of  Corn:  seedlings,  knee-highs,  and
  third-degree ears

  The Loyal Order of Corn supreme attributes: patience,  fortitude,
  persistence,  loyalty,  silence,  strength, and loyalty (a double
  supreme attribute)

  "Hail to Thee, O Ears of Splendor" by Dean Friedman:

  Hail to Thee, O Ears of Splendor,
    Joyously we pledge our job
  We declare our staunch allegiance
    to protect your kingly cob.

  With fidelity and devotion
    and every day from dawn to dusk,
  We will never shuck our duty,
    we'll defend your noble husk.

  Yea, we vow, our dear lodge brothers,
    when 'er in need down through the years,
  When there's trouble by the bushel
    we will always lend an ear.

  For from each teeny tiny kernel,
    another Eerie ear is born,
  There sprouts a Hardy sturdy stalk,
    the Loyal Order of Corn.

  17. Zombies_In_P.J.s

  First aired: Apr 12, 1992 (Sunday, 7:00 PM)  Introduction: (-:a2)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          Rene Auberjonois           {The Donald}
      and
          John Astin                 as [Bartholomew J.] Radford
      Written by
          Julia Poll
      Directed by
          Bob Balaban
      Guest Starring (closing credits)
          Bryan Clark                {IRS Man}
      Co-Starring
          Doug Llewelyn              Anchorman
          Dan Stanton                Bertram Wilson
          Don Stanton                Ernest Wilson
      Featuring
          Carmen Anita Ray           Carmen
          Dawn Martin                Singer #1
          Peggi Blu                  Singer #2
          Yvonne Williams            Singer #3

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Credit is weird. People love to buy stuff  with  it,  especially
   stuff  they don't need. But when it comes time to pay they'll do
   anything not to. Especially if they're broke - like me."

  Synopsis

  Rene Auberjonois plays the Donald, a PR wiz who puts Eerie into a
  shopping  spree  at  World O' Stuff, with E-Z credit - except for
  the fine print.

  Notes

  Kit Marshall bought: Disguise yourself so even  your  own  mother
  won't recognize you

  Banner:
       E-Z    World O' Stuff  now open
      Credit                  24 hours
          Where all your shopping
             dreams come true

  Radford's Social Security number is 951 96 1235.

  Cold drinks available at World O' Stuff  soda  fountain:  Cornade
  and Cornade Light.

  Carmen's part was cut from the episode but was  still  listed  in
  the credits.

  Text shown for the microdot:           Marshall reading the microdot:
    [i]n this lifetime as well as th[e]    In this lifetime as well as
    incarnations of the next ten           the incarnations of the next
    thousand lifetimes. In all media       ten thousand lifetimes -
    on this planet and on any planet       blah blah -
    that we may or may not have            oh, here it is:
    discovered yet and any media th[at]    "if buyers don't pay in full
    may be invented. In perpetuity          in cash, The Donald
    throughout the universe..."  H[?]       Incorporated gets to
    is!! "If buyers don't pay in full       repossess their souls."
    [in] cash, The Donald Incorp[orated]
    [gets] to repossess their s[ouls]

  18. Reality_Takes_a_Holiday

  First aired: Apr 12, 1992 (Sunday, 7:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a2)

      Guest Starring (opening credits)
          John Astin                 as [Bartholomew J.] Radford
      Written by
          Vance DeGeneres
      Directed by
          Ken Kwapis
      Guest Starring (closing credits)
          Mark Blankfield            {Jose} [Schaefer] [(writer)]
          Julius Harris              [Lyle (prop man)]
          Sachi Parker               [Schaefer's Secretary]
          Joe Dante                  [Director]
      Co-Starring
          Leland Orser               A.D.
          Virginia Watson            Makeup Artist
          Denise Lee Richards        Girl #2
          Kimberlee Kramer           Girl #1
          Paige Andree               Girl #3

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Eerie Indiana, day 0. When you're 13 going on family outings  is
   about as cool as getting caught still sleeping with Mr. Blanky."
   [a little bit later]  "I don't have a dog named Toto. But  if  I
   did  right  about  now  I'd be telling him - Toto, I don't think
   we're in Indiana any more."

  Synopsis

  After finding a TV script in his mailbox, Marshall finds  himself
  in  Hollywood,  his family out of character and his name "Omri" -
  who's destined to die in the script.

  Notes

  The movie the family and Simon were going to was  called  Revenge
  of the Corn Critters.

  The cart Dash X and Justin drive around in has the Eerie logo  on
  the hood and "CORNMOBILE" on the side.

  The Tellers drive a Volvo 240 DL. The license plate  is:  Indiana
  92    28R86K4.

  The revision date on the script seen in the episode was  4/12/92.
  The  date on the clap board was 4/21/92 and listed it as scene 99
  take 13.

  19. The_Broken_Record

  First aired: Dec  9, 1993 (Thursday, 6:30 PM)  Introduction: (3:a1)

      Written by
          Jose Rivera
      Directed by
          Todd Holland
      Guest Starring
          Tom Everett                [Phil]
          Grant Gelt                 [Tod]
          Gwynyth Walsh              [Kathleen]
          Andrew White               [Derek]
      Co-Starring
          Dan Stanton                Adult Bertram Wilson
          Don Stanton                Adult Ernest Wilson

  Initial episode introduction by Marshall

  "Back in Jersey, the Pit Bull Surfers were real popular with  all
   the  metalheads.   I  like 'em 'cause they're so dumb. Well, one
   day they finally hit Eerie.  Unfortunately, they hit  my  friend
   Tod  McNulty  the  hardest.   His family lost their farm about a
   year ago and his Dad was still out of work." [...] "I thought  a
   little  mindless  headbanging  music  would  cheer him up, maybe
   change his outlook.  I was only too right."

  Synopsis

  Marshall frets over a buddy who gets heavily into  a  heavy-metal
  music  band  as  a  release from a father who continually berates
  him. The father claims that the  music  has  corrupted  his  son,
  turning him into a noxious metal fiend.

  Notes

  This episode was originally scheduled  for  Sunday,  October  13,
  1991 at 7:30 PM but did not air.  It was never rescheduled by NBC
  so was not shown in the U.S. until Disney ran the series.

  Syndi's full name is Syndi Marie Priscilla Teller

  Tod quotes from Eardrum Lobotomy by the Pit Bull Surfers.
  Simon quotes from We've Only Just Begun by the Carpenters.

  On Bench: Eerie Bait Shop and Sushi Bar: 555-8888
  Bench was on the corner of Main and Edgar Allen Poe Blvd.

  On Syndi's shirt: I Love [heart] Eerie P.D.

  On the ambulance: Happy Brothers Ambulance and Mortuary

  The_Jolly_Rogers

      Written by
          Will A. Akers
      Directed by
          Tim Hunter
      Guest Starring
                                     [Banks Rogers]
                                     [Captain Morgan]
                                     [Grandpa]
                                     [Kidd]
                                     [Mr. Rogers]
                                     [Mrs. Rogers]
                                     [Radford]
                                     [Teach]
                                     [Yvette Rogers]

  Synopsis

  Pirates who've been searching for their lost treasure these  past
  700 years learn that it's buried beneath Marshall's house.

  Notes

  This episode has never  aired  anywhere  so  was  probably  never
  completed.   All  information in the guide came from a script for
  this episode.

  Appendix A - Title Lists

  U.S. Broadcast Order

  Eerie was originally broadcast in the U.S. on NBC which  ran  all
  of  the  episodes except #19.  Since then the show has run on the
  Disney cable channel.  Just the original air dates are listed.

                 Episodes                  Air Date    Time

   1. Foreverware                           9/15/91   7:30 PM
   2. The Retainer                          9/22/91   7:30 PM
   3. The ATM Machine                       9/29/91   7:30 PM
   4. The Losers                           10/06/91   7:30 PM
   5. Scariest Home Videos                 10/20/91   7:30 PM
   6. Just Say No Fun                      10/27/91   7:30 PM
   7. Heart on a Chain                     11/03/91   7:30 PM
   8. The Dead Letter                      11/10/91   7:30 PM
   9. Who's Who                            11/17/91   7:30 PM
  10. The Lost Hour                        12/01/91   7:00 PM
  11. Marshall's Theory of Believability    2/02/92   7:00 PM
  12. Tornado Days                          3/01/92   7:00 PM
  13. The Hole in the Head Gang             3/01/92   7:30 PM
  14. Mr. Chaney                            3/08/92   7:30 PM
  15. No Brain, No Pain                     3/15/92   7:00 PM
  16. The Loyal Order of Corn               3/22/92   7:00 PM
  17. Zombies In P.J.s                      4/12/92   7:00 PM
  18. Reality Takes a Holiday               4/12/92   7:30 PM
  19. The Broken Record                    12/09/93   6:30 PM

  U.K. Broadcast Order

  Eerie was broadcast  in  the  U.K.  on  Channel  4  approximately
  between  6:30pm  and  7pm.   The  audience ratings in the U.K are
  given in millions of viewers.  These place most episodes  in  the
  20's  when  ranked  against  other  shows on this channel.  Since
  Channel 4 has a lower market share compared to some of the  other
  U.K. channels the show would probably be ranked about 200 against
  all shows on the U.K. channels.

                 Episodes                  Air Date    Viewers
                                                      (millions)

   1. Foreverware                           3/23/93      2.55
   2. The Retainer                          3/30/93      2.30
   3. The ATM Machine                       4/06/93      2.25
   4. The Losers                            4/13/93      1.87
   5. Scariest Home Videos                  4/20/93      2.31
   6. Just Say No Fun                       4/27/93      1.82
   7. Heart on a Chain                      5/04/93      1.84
   8. The Dead Letter                       5/11/93      2.22
   9. Who's Who                             5/18/93      1.86
  10. The Lost Hour                         5/25/93      2.78
  11. Marshall's Theory of Believability    6/01/93      1.99
  12. Tornado Days                          6/08/93      2.13
  13. The Hole in the Head Gang             6/15/93      2.41
  14. Mr. Chaney                            6/22/93      2.01
  15. No Brain, No Pain                     6/29/93      1.89
  16. The Loyal Order of Corn               7/06/93      2.08
  17. Zombies In P.J.s                      7/13/93      2.37
  18. Reality Takes a Holiday               7/20/93      1.87
  19. The Broken Record                     7/27/93      2.47

      Alphabetical Order

                     Episodes

       3. The ATM Machine
      19. The Broken Record
       8. The Dead Letter
       1. Foreverware
       7. Heart on a Chain
      13. The Hole in the Head Gang
          The Jolly Rogers
       6. Just Say No Fun
       4. The Losers
      10. The Lost Hour
      16. The Loyal Order of Corn
      11. Marshall's Theory of Believability
      14. Mr. Chaney
      15. No Brain, No Pain
      18. Reality Takes a Holiday
       2. The Retainer
       5. Scariest Home Videos
      12. Tornado Days
       9. Who's Who
      17. Zombies In P.J.s

  Script Order

  This is the order the episodes were written based on  information
  on the cover page of the scripts. However they would not have had
  to be written in the order the stories  were  to  have  occurred.
  Information  includes the show number, script number, final draft
  date, and the first  and  last  dates  of  the  revisions.   Most
  episodes  had  multiple revisions which were indicated by name as
  well as date and included some or all of (in order)  blue,  pink,
  yellow, green, gold, buff, salmon, and cherry.

            Episodes              Show   Script    Final    Revision
                                   #        #      Draft      Range

   1. Foreverware                   -    646        4/01    4/05- 4/19
   2. The Retainer                1002   SEI09      7/12    7/16- 7/30
   3. The ATM Machine             1003   SEI06      7/16    7/25- 8/15
   4. The Losers                  1005   SEI05      7/19     (none)
  19. The Broken Record           1005   SEI11      8/02    8/13- 8/30
   5. Scariest Home Videos        1006   SEI10      8/02    8/22- 9/23
   7. Heart on a Chain            1007   SEI07      8/28    8/30- 9/18
   6. Just Say No Fun             1008   SEI08      9/06    9/13- 9/23
   8. The Dead Letter             1009   SEI03      9/19    9/24-10/02
  10. The Lost Hour               1010   SEI04      9/27    9/30-10/10
      The Jolly Rogers            1011   SEI02     10/04     (none)
   9. Who's Who                   1011   SEI02     10/08   10/10-10/21
  11. Marshall's Theory of Bel.   1012   SEI13     10/17   10/23-10/31
  12. Tornado Days                1013   SEI13     10/25   10/29-11/05
  13. The Hole in the Head Gang   1014   SEIBU01   12/13   12/19- 1/10
  14. Mr. Chaney                  1015   SEIBU04    1/07    1/07- 1/13
  15. No Brain, No Pain           1016   SEIBU03    1/10    1/16- 1/28
  16. The Loyal Order of Corn     1017   SEIBU02    1/20    1/24- 2/05
  17. Zombies In P.J.s            1018   SEIBU05    1/22    1/30- 2/92
  18. Reality Takes a Holiday     1019   SEIBU06    1/27    2/07- 2/21

  Alternate Titles

  Only episodes 13-18 had episode titles  that  appeared  near  the
  beginning  of  the  episode. The other titles used in the episode
  guide came from  Michael  Cassutt.   This  section  gives  titles
  listed in other sources.

  The ATM Machine
      TV listing:               The ATM with a Heart of Gold
      script:                   The ATM with the Heart of Gold

  Scariest Home Videos
      TV listing:               America's Scariest Home Video

  Just Say No Fun
      TV listing:               No Fun

  Who's Who
      TV listing and script:    Who's Who?

  The Hole in the Head Gang
      script:                   The Gun and the Toaster

  Appendix B - Guest Cast Listing

  A

  Akins, Claude         {Bank Robber}      The Hole in the Head Gang
  Andree, Paige         Girl #3            Reality Takes a Holiday
  Astin, John           Radford            The Hole in the Head Gang
                                           Mr. Chaney
                                           The Loyal Order of Corn
                                           Zombies In P.J.s
                                           Reality Takes a Holiday
  Auberjonois, Rene     {The Donald}       Zombies In P.J.s

  B

  Babb, Sean            Lou Bob            Who's Who
  Balaski, Belinda      Winifred Swanson   Foreverware
                        Mother             The Hole in the Head Gang
  Blankfield, Mark      {Jose} [Schaefer]  Reality Takes a Holiday
  Blasio, Raffi Di      Doug Dimsdale      Just Say No Fun
  Blu, Peggi            Singer #2          Zombies In P.J.s
  Braun, Erin           girl               The Hole in the Head Gang
  Braun, Michelle       girl               The Hole in the Head Gang
  Brocksmith, Roy       {Principal}        Just Say No Fun
  Brooks, Aimee         Young Mary         The Dead Letter
  Brown, Henry          Doctor             Heart on a Chain

  C

  Casey, Shawna         Maiden             Scariest Home Videos
  Christmas, Eric       {Milkman}          The Lost Hour
  Clark, Bryan          {IRS Man}          Zombies In P.J.s
  Connell, Kelly        [Weatherman Wally] Tornado Days
  Cousins, Christian    Harley [Holmes]    Scariest Home Videos
  Cousins, Joseph       Harley [Holmes]    Scariest Home Videos
  Cox, Nikki            {Janet Donner}     The Lost Hour
  Cutell, Lou           Old Man Dithers    The Retainer

  D

  Damon, Gabriel        [Nick (Nicholas)]  The ATM Machine
  Dante, Joe            [Director]         Reality Takes a Holiday
  Danziger, Cory        {Devon Wilde}      Heart on a Chain

  E

  Evans, Dannel         Bob Bob            Who's Who
  Everett, Tom          [Phil]             The Broken Record

  F

  Flippin, Lucy Lee     {Nurse Nancy}      Just Say No Fun
  Fried, Jeff           Paramedic          The Dead Letter
  Fry, Taylor           Little Girl        Scariest Home Videos

  G

  Gannon, Russell       Biker #1           The Losers
  Gelman, Jacob         Moe Bob            Who's Who
  Gelt, Grant           [Tod]              The Broken Record
  Gibson, Henry         {Mr. Lodgepoole}   The Losers
  Gideon, Louan         [Betty] {Wilson}   Foreverware
  Ginter, Lindsey       Garbage Collector  The Lost Hour
  Goaz, Harry           Sgt. Knight        The ATM Machine
                                           Who's Who
                                           Marshall's Theory of Bel.
                                           Tornado Days
                                           The Loyal Order of Corn
  Grove, Richard        {Dad Bob}          Who's Who

  H

  Hahn, Archie          Mr. Radford        The ATM Machine
                                           Just Say No Fun
                                           Who's Who
                                           Marshall's Theory of Bel.
                                           Tornado Days
                        [Fred] Suggs       The Hole in the Head Gang
  Harper, Olivia Virgil Phyllis Stouffer   Foreverware
  Harris, Danielle      {Melanie} [Monroe] Heart on a Chain
  Harris, Julius        [Lyle (prop man)]  Reality Takes a Holiday
  Hendler, Lauri        Fifi voice         The Retainer

  I

  Itzin, Gregory        [Mayor Winston]    The ATM Machine
                                           Marshall's Theory of Bel.
                                           Mr. Chaney
                                           The Loyal Order of Corn

  J

  Jansen, Jim           Melanie's Father   Heart on a Chain
  Jay, Tony             {Mummy}            Scariest Home Videos
  Jeffries, Todd        Mountie            Just Say No Fun

  K

  Kincaid, Aron         Fluffy voice       The Retainer
  Kramer, Kimberlee     Girl #1            Reality Takes a Holiday

  L

  LaBrecque, Patrick    {Steve}            The Retainer
  Lilly, Sarah          Miss Lee           Heart on a Chain
  Llewelyn, Doug        Anchorman          The ATM Machine
                                           Zombies In P.J.s

  M

  Maguire, Tobey        {Tripp}            The Dead Letter
  Maloney, Coleen       Imogene Crocker    Foreverware
  Martin, Dawn          Singer #1          Zombies In P.J.s
  McNamara, Colleen     Beatrice Pillsbury Foreverware
  Miller, Dick          {Al}               The Losers
  Million, Billy        Biker #2           The Losers
  Miltsakakis, Stefanos Nanny Arnold       Who's Who
  Morris, Anita         [Eunice]           No Brain, No Pain

  N

  Newman, William       [sad Dad]          Mr. Chaney

  O

  O'Donnell, Annie      [sad Mom]          Mr. Chaney
  OLD BOB,              Himself            Tornado Days
  Orser, Leland         A.D.               Reality Takes a Holiday

  P

  Parker, Sachi         [Secretary]        Reality Takes a Holiday
  Peri, Steven          Old Elvis          Foreverware
                                           Heart on a Chain
                                           Marshall's Theory of Bel.
                                           Tornado Days
  Pilavan, Barbara      Old Betty          Foreverware
  Pollard, Michael J.   Claude             Marshall's Theory of Bel.

  R

  Ray, Carmen Anita     Carmen             Zombies In P.J.s
  Richards, Denise Lee  Girl #2            Reality Takes a Holiday
  Root, Stephen         {Mr. Chaney}       Mr. Chaney

  S

  Sand, Paul            {Charles Furnell}  No Brain, No Pain
  Schiavelli, Vincent   {Dr. Eukanuba}     The Retainer
  Schultz, Nathan       Bertram Wilson     Foreverware
  Schultz, Nicholas     Ernest  Wilson     Foreverware
  Standing, John        [Prof. Zircon]     Marshall's Theory of Bel.
  Stanton, Dan          Bertram Wilson     Foreverware
                                           Zombies In P.J.s
                                           The Broken Record
  Stanton, Don          Ernest Wilson      Foreverware
                                           Zombies In P.J.s
                                           The Broken Record

  W

  Walsh, Gwynyth        [Kathleen]         The Broken Record
  Walston, Ray          {Ned}              The Loyal Order of Corn
  Ware, Herta           {Old Mary}         The Dead Letter
  Warner, T.C.          Andrea [Fantucci]  The Dead Letter
  Watson, Virginia      Makeup Artist      Reality Takes a Holiday
  Weinger, Scott        [Eddie]            The ATM Machine
  White, Andrew         Derek              The ATM Machine
                                           The Broken Record
  Williams, Yvonne      Singer #3          Zombies In P.J.s
  Workman, Shanelle     {Sara} [Bob]       Who's Who

  Appendix C - Writing and Directing Listing

  Teleplay by

      Markowitz, Gary           The Losers

  Story by

      Markowitz, Gary           The Losers
      Perry, Michael R.         The Losers

  Written by

      Akers, Will A.            The Jolly Rogers
      Cassutt, Michael          Tornado Days
                                The Loyal Order of Corn
      Crite, James L.           The Dead Letter
      DeGeneres, Vance          The Lost Hour
                                Reality Takes a Holiday
      Dearborn, Matt            The ATM Machine
                                Marshall's Theory of Believability
                                No Brain, No Pain
      Perry, Michael R.         Just Say No Fun
      Poll, Julia               Who's Who
                                Zombies In P.J.s
      Rivera, Jose              Foreverware
                                The Retainer
                                Heart on a Chain
                                Mr. Chaney
                                The Broken Record
      Schaefer, Karl            Foreverware
                                The Retainer
                                Scariest Home Videos
                                The Hole in the Head Gang

  Directed by

      Balaban, Bob              The Lost Hour
                                Marshall's Theory of Believability
                                Zombies In P.J.s
      Beeman, Greg              No Brain, No Pain
      Dante, Joe                Foreverware
                                The Retainer
                                The Losers
                                Heart on a Chain
                                The Hole in the Head Gang
      Goldblatt, Mark           Mr. Chaney
      Holland, Todd             The Broken Record
      Hunter, Tim               The Dead Letter
                                Who's Who
                                The Jolly Rogers
      Kwapis, Ken               Tornado Days
                                Reality Takes a Holiday
      Pillsbury, Sam            The ATM Machine
                                Scariest Home Videos
      Spicer, Bryan             Just Say No Fun
                                The Loyal Order of Corn

  Appendix D - Producer Listing

  Producers

      Jose Rivera               (all episodes)
      Walter Barnett            (all episodes)
      Gary Markowitz            The Retainer
                                The ATM Machine
                                The Losers
                                Scariest Home Videos
                                Heart on a Chain
                                The Broken Record
      Michael Cassutt           Just Say No Fun
                                The Dead Letter
                                Who's Who
                                The Lost Hour
                                Marshall's Theory of Believability
                                Tornado Days
                                The Hole in the Head Gang
                                Mr. Chaney
                                No Brain, No Pain
                                The Loyal Order of Corn
                                Zombies In P.J.s
                                Reality Takes a Holiday
                                The Jolly Rogers
      Jon Poll                  Who's Who
                                Marshall's Theory of Believability
                                Tornado Days
                                The Hole in the Head Gang

  Co-Producers

      Jon Poll                  Foreverware
                                The Retainer
                                The ATM Machine
                                The Losers
                                Scariest Home Videos
                                Just Say No Fun
                                Heart on a Chain
                                The Dead Letter
                                The Lost Hour
                                The Broken Record
                                The Jolly Rogers
      Lee Haxall                The Hole in the Head Gang
                                Mr. Chaney
                                No Brain, No Pain
                                The Loyal Order of Corn
                                Zombies In P.J.s
                                Reality Takes a Holiday

  Associate Producers

      Robert Doudell            (all episodes except Who's Who)
      Bob Doudell               Who's Who
      Paul Broucek              Foreverware
      Evyen Klean               Foreverware
      Lee Haxall                The Retainer
                                The ATM Machine
                                The Losers
                                Scariest Home Videos
                                Just Say No Fun
                                Heart on a Chain
                                The Dead Letter
                                Who's Who
                                The Lost Hour
                                Marshall's Theory of Believability
                                Tornado Days
                                The Broken Record
      Amy Brotslaw              The Hole in the Head Gang
                                Mr. Chaney
                                No Brain, No Pain
                                The Loyal Order of Corn
                                Zombies In P.J.s
                                Reality Takes a Holiday
      Pam Fitzgerald            The Hole in the Head Gang
                                Mr. Chaney
                                No Brain, No Pain
                                The Loyal Order of Corn
                                Zombies In P.J.s
                                Reality Takes a Holiday

  Appendix E - Commercial Voiceovers

  Voiceovers by Marshall and others going to a commercial:

      "If Eerie's not  back  after  these  commercials,  alert  the
       people at the network."
      "Eerie, Indiana will be right back. I hope."
      "I predict... a commercial!"
      "Shhh!  It's our sponsors." [whispered]
      "I'll be right back. Don't you get lost, just yet."
      "It'll get  even  more  eerie  after  these  words  from  our
       sponsors."
      "Eerie, Indiana will be right back."
      "If we're not back after these commercials, alert the  people
       at the network."
      "We'll be right back. I hope."
      "It gets even weirder after this commercial break."
      "There's no telling what will happen after  these  commercial
       messages."
      "Ya know - it's the commercials that make  this  business  so
       rewarding."
      "I laughed. I cried. I went to a commercial."
      "And now a word from our sponsors."

  Voiceovers by Marshall and others on returning from a commercial:

      "Now back to the program"
      "We now return to Weirdness Central."
      "We now return to Eerie, Indiana."
      "Now back to Eerie, Indiana."

  Teaser  before  the  end  credits   of   Marshall's   Theory   of
  Believability

  Marshall: "Hi, while we're searching for proof that Eerie Indiana
             is  weird,  some  of you have been searching for proof
             that we're still on the air."
     Simon: "We're not dead yet."
   Radford: "Not even close. 'Eerie Indiana' returns  Sunday  March
             1st with all new episodes."
  Marshall: "Oh, no. You live here now?"
   Radford: "You might say I've always been  in  the  neighborhood,
             and you thought it couldn't get any weirder."

  Appendix F - Cast's Other Roles

  This is not a complete list, just the things the guide's  authors
  and others have come across.

  Omri Katz

      TV series:
          "Dallas" (1983-1991)
      TV guest starring roles:
          "Circus of the Stars"
          "The Torkelsons" Double Date (1/09/92)
          "The John Larroquette Show" Amends (11/23/93)
          "The John Larroquette Show" Death and Dishonor (1/11/94)
          "The John Larroquette Show" John and Carol (2/08/94)
          "The John Larroquette Show" Date Night (3/22/94)
      Movies:
          Adventures In Dinosaur City (1991)
          Matinee (1993)
          Hocus Pocus (1993)

  Justin Shenkarow

      TV series:
          "Picket Fences" (1992- )
      TV guest starring roles:
          "Sons and Daughters" The Thing (1991)

  Mary-Margaret Humes

      TV guest starring roles:
          "Bodies of Evidence" Nearest and Dearest (8/13/92)
          "Matlock" The Legacy
          "Time Trax" Framed (11/03/93)
      TV movies:
          Velvet (1984)
          Perry Mason: The Case of the Reckless Romeo (1992)

  Francis Guinan

      TV series:
          "The Mighty Jungle" (1994- )
      Movies:
          The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

  Julie Condra

      TV series:
          "Santa Barbara"
      TV guest starring roles:
          "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" Power Play (9/16/90)
          "The Wonder Years" Nineth Grade Man (9/26/90)
          "The Wonder Years" It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World (10/24/90)
          "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" Radio Free Flamingo (11/15/90)
          "The Wonder Years" Heartbreak (1/23/91)
          "The Wonder Years" Denial (1/30/91)
          "Circus of the Stars and Side Show" [16th] (11/29/91)
          "Married With Children" Valentine's Day Massacre (2/13/94)
      Movies:
          Gas, Food Lodging (1991)

  Jason Marsden

      TV series:
          "The Munsters Today" (1988-1991)
          "Almost Home" (1993)
          "Tom" (1994- )
      TV guest starring roles:
          "Murphy Brown" The Summer of '77 (5/08/89)
          "Tales From the Crypt" Undertaking Palor (1991)
          "Blossom" (1/06/92)
          "Baywatch" Pier Pressure (10/12/92)
          "Dudley" Whose Therapy Is It, Anyway? (5/07/93)
          "Brisco County, Jr." Senior Spirit (10/15/93)
          "Step By Step" Paper Chase (10/15/93)
          "Joe's Life" Parental Guidance Not Suggested? (11/24/93)
          "Boy Meets World" Model Family (2/04/94)
          "Boy Meets World" It's a Wonderful Night (3/11/94)
      Movies:
          Mr. Saturday Night (1992)

  The dates given for TV guest  starring  roles  is  the  date  the
  episode  first  aired. For syndicated shows the date is the start
  of the week where the episode could air.

  Appendix G - Miscellaneous Information

  Videos

  The following PAL format videos have been released  in  the  U.K.
  They  are  not playable in the U.S. and other countries which use
  the NTSC format without conversion.

  1. Foreverware

     contains:    Foreverware
                  The Retainer
                  The ATM Machine

  2. America's Scariest Home Movie

     contains:    Scariest Home Videos
                  The Losers
                  Just Say No Fun

  Appendix H - Evidence Locker Contents

  Warning: the things in the section might be  spoilers  for  those
  that have not seen episodes.

  This is a list of what  was  in  the  evidence  locker  for  each
  episode.   Things  in brackets are what the authors of this guide
  presume would be added to the locker. Noted are if the items were
  tagged and the tag number when visible.

      Foreverware
          "petrified"  baloney  sandwich  in  Foreverware  sandwich
          holder; tagged

      The Retainer
          Steve's retainer; tagged

      The ATM Machine
          Mr. Wilson's hand; tagged

      The Losers
          Monster model claw; tagged

      Scariest Home Videos
          Videocam

      Just Say No Fun
          Zombie glasses; tag #38

      Heart on a Chain
          Locket

      The Dead Letter
          the dead letter

      Who's Who
          [drawing of Nancy Arnold SchwartzenMom]

      The Lost Hour
          Milk carton

      Marshall's Theory of Believability
          Bigfoot footprint; tagged
          "Print taken March 8, 1991
            Mr. & Mrs. Walter Funks
                 Backyard"
          Blurry UFO picture

      Tornado Days
          [Howard Raymer's glove]

      The Hole In the Head Gang
          [haunted toaster]

      Mr. Chaney
          Harvest King crown; tag #324

      No Brain, No Pain
          8-track tape Get the Knack; tag #1016 [?]

      The Loyal Order of Corn
          Corn Lodge hat; tag #258

      Zombies in PJs
          [Microdot]

      Reality Takes a Holiday
          [script page]

      The Broken Record
          [Tod's record player]
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