- 1. Then I didn't choose that one
because it was gonna give me pimples,
- 2. so I choosed another scary one
- 3. because, for all those years
that I went for Halloween,
- 4. I wasn't scary at all.
- 5. I love baseball.
It's my destiny to play that game.
- 6. I don't really care about winning.
- 7. Well, like, now I do
'cause, like, we've lost every game.
- 8. I've gotten tired of it.
- 9. I'm working, like, so hard.
All the balls are getting thrown to me.
- 10. I'm trying to catch, like, every one.
- 11. All of the people in the outfield
are all looking around and...
- 12. Come on!
Let's play some baseball, okay?
- 13. Not the lazy game.
- 14. They're here.
- 15. Lewis?
- 16. Goob! Hey, I did it, Goob! I finished it!
- 17. They are gonna love this!
- 18. Nothing says "adopt me"
like a weird invention.
- 19. Lewis!
- 20. - Lewis, the Harringtons are here!
- Way ahead of you, Mildred.
- 21. Wait! Wait! Wait, wait, wait.
- 22. Remember, sit up straight.
Look them in the eye.
- 23. Smile. Let's fix your...
- 24. Mildred.
- 25. All right, all right, all right, all right.
- 26. Go show them how special you are.
- 27. Oh, I hope this is it.
- 28. I hope he gets adopted.
- 29. You and me both, chief.
- 30. I mean, there's so many things
in the world that can be improved.
- 31. Just think of it.
Moving sidewalks, flying cars.
- 32. The possibilities are endless.
- 33. Flying cars? Yeah, that's a good one.
- 34. All it takes is some imagination
and a little science,
- 35. and we can make the world
a better place.
- 36. Well, these are all interesting ideas.
- 37. So, what's your favorite sport?
- 38. - Well, does inventing count as a sport?
- 39. 'Cause I think I hit a home run
with this one!
- 40. - What is that?
- First, a question.
- 41. What's the number one problem
that you face
- 42. when you make
a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?
- 43. - Lewis, I don't think we...
- Portion control.
- 44. Too much peanut butter sticks
to the roof of your mouth,
- 45. takes forever to chew.
- 46. Too much jelly squishes out the sides
and makes your hands all sticky.
- 47. Well, I propose
that the perfect P.B. and J.
- 48. is within mankind's grasp,
- 49. and I've built this machine to achieve it.
- 50. For this demonstration,
I'll use regular bread.
- 51. Honey, it's okay.
- 52. As you can see, toasting is an option.
- 53. We don't usually eat peanut butter.
- 54. Lewis, this is really not necessary.
- 55. It's jammed!
- 56. Lewis, please, don't!
- 57. What's happening?
- 58. Mr. Harrington has a peanut allergy!
- 59. I'm sorry!
- 60. Here let me help you get that off!
- 61. Stand back!
- 62. - Is he gonna be okay?
- Breathe. Breathe.
- 63. I'm so sorry! I didn't know!
- 64. It was really nice to meet you.
- 65. We're gonna need some time
to think about it.
- 66. Hi, folks. Everything all...
- 67. What happened?
- 68. Miss Duffy,
that boy is definitely not right for us.
- 69. Now, if you'll excuse me.
- 70. I'm so sorry about this.
If you would just...
- 71. - I made some lunch.
- Not hungry.
- 72. Poor Mr. Harrington.
- 73. - I killed him?
- No. No! No, you didn't kill him.
- 74. I called. He's perfectly fine.
- 75. I was just gonna say that it's...
- 76. It's too bad
he didn't get to try a sandwich
- 77. from that wonderful invention of yours.
- 78. - Yeah, real wonderful.
- It's not you.
- 79. We just haven't found
the right couple yet.
- 80. One hundred twenty-four.
- 81. What?
- 82. That's how many adoption interviews
I've had, 124.
- 83. Oh, Lewis, come on, now.
- 84. You're exaggerating just to make your
- 85. point.
- 86. Plus, I'm gonna be 13 next year,
- 87. and you know how hard it is
for a teenager to get adopted.
- 88. I have no future. No one wants me.
- 89. That's not true, Lewis!
- 90. My own mother didn't even want me.
- 91. Now, stop it. You do not know that.
- 92. Then why'd she give me up?
- 93. She may not have been able
to take care of you.
- 94. Did you ever think of that?
- 95. I am sure that she was only thinking
about what was best for you.
- 96. I never thought of it that way.
- 97. Maybe she wanted to keep you,
but she had no choice.
- 98. You're right.
- 99. My real mom is the only person
who's ever wanted me.
- 100. Wait. I said "maybe."
- 101. And if she wanted me then,
she'll want me now.
- 102. What are you talking about?
- 103. I have to find her, Mildred,
and when I do, she'll take me back,
- 104. and we'll be a family again!
- 105. Whoa, whoa, whoa!
Lewis, you can't do that.
- 106. No one knows anything about her.
No one even saw her.
- 107. Wrong. I saw her
- 108. once.
- 109. She's in here. I just have to remember.
- 110. That's it!
- 111. Hello
- 112. I got something to tell you
- 113. But it's crazy
- 114. I got something to show you
- 115. So give me just one more chance
- 116. One more glance
And I will make of you
- 117. Another believer
- 118. Guess what?
You got more than you bargained
- 119. Ain't it crazy?
- 120. You got more than you paid for
- 121. So give me just one more chance
- 122. One more glance
- 123. One more hand to hold
- 124. You've been on my mind
- 125. Though it may seem I'm fooling
- 126. Wasted so much time
- 127. Though it may seem I'm fooling
- 128. What are we gonna do?
- 129. What are we gonna do about it?
- 130. You've been on my mind
- 131. One more chance
- 132. Wasted so much time
- 133. One more chance
- 134. So tired.
- 135. We'll see you at 2:00 this afternoon.
He'll be so excited you're coming.
- 136. Bye-bye, now.
- 137. Yes! Hey, Goob... I mean, Michael.
- 138. - Good luck at the big game today.
- Easy win.
- 139. Those guys are a bunch of bums.
- 140. I just hope I can stay awake.
- 141. Don't tell me. Let me guess.
- 142. He was up all night
working on his stupid project,
- 143. but that's what happens
- 144. when you get a science geek
for a roommate.
- 145. Ah, that's good joe.
- 146. All right, Einstein,
you owe Michael big time.
- 147. Well, unlocking the secrets of the brain
took a lot longer than I expected,
- 148. but it's finished, Mildred.
I recalibrated the headset.
- 149. Now the neural circuits will connect.
- 150. I've cracked the hippocampus!
- 151. Really? Okay. What?
- 152. Now to test it out.
- 153. Oh, no! I'm late! I gotta go!
- 154. Wait a minute, Lewis. Wait a minute.
- 155. I almost forgot what I came up here for.
- 156. I know you have a lot
on your plate today,
- 157. but I've scheduled an interview for you
- 158. - No, thanks.
- "No, thanks"?
- 159. Sweetheart, this is
about being adopted,
- 160. and you will be back here
clean, happy and on time.
- 161. I'm done with interviews, Mildred.
I'm not gonna be rejected anymore.
- 162. Listen, I know where your head is,
but I'm telling you,
- 163. you have got to get out of the past
and look to the future.
- 164. I am, and this is it.
- 165. This is my future.
- 166. I'm sorry.
- 167. Lewis? Honey?
- 168. Dr. Krunklehorn,
I know you're very busy there
- 169. at Inventco Labs,
- 170. and we're just so excited
to have you as a judge.
- 171. It's my pleasure, Mr. Willerstein.
Hey, you never know.
- 172. One of your students may invent
the next integrated circuit
- 173. or microprocessor or integrated circuit.
- 174. Oh, wait! I said that already.
- 175. Well, I just don't get out
of that lab very much.
- 176. Is that a bow tie? I like bow ties.
- 177. I haven't slept in eight days!
- 178. Well, then can I get you a cot
- 179. Nope, I've got the caffeine patch.
It's my invention.
- 180. Each patch is the equivalent
of 12 cups of coffee.
- 181. You can stay awake for days
with no side effects.
- 182. Sorry. Who's this?
- 183. This is one of our students,
- 184. Oh, so cute!
- 185. I just want to bite
his chubby little cheeks!
- 186. What's with the dress, Pukowski?
- 187. It's actually a toga, sir.
- 188. Coach, nice to see you, sort of.
What are you doing here?
- 189. Judging a science fair.
What's it look like I'm doing?
- 190. And what makes you qualified
to judge a science fair?
- 191. It's my gym.
- 192. Stanley. Volcano.
- 193. Behold the awesome power
of Mount Vesuvius!
- 194. The toggle switch isn't toggling.
- 195. Dr. Krunklehorn?
- 196. Barium, cobalt, Einstein, Kool-Aid!
- 197. I don't know what she just said,
but this project is unacceptable!
- 198. Now, give me 20 laps around the gym!
- 199. Move it! Move it! Move it! Go! Go! Go!
- 200. - Coach!
- I'm watching you.
- 201. Okay, next up is Lizzy
and her fire ant farm.
- 202. That's right.
- 203. Lizzy, we talked about the fire ants.
- 204. You know that they have a tendency
to bite people.
- 205. Only my enemies.
- 206. Just keep moving, shall we?
Top notch, Lizzy!
- 207. Let's not anger her
or make herjumpy in any way.
- 208. This area's not secure. Get in.
- 209. Have you been approached
by a tall man in a bowler hat?
- 210. - What?
- Hey, hey, I'll ask the questions here.
- 211. - Okay, goodbye.
- All right,
- 212. didn't want to pull rank on you,
but you forced my hand.
- 213. Special Agent Wilbur Robinson
of the T.C.T.F.
- 214. - The what?
- Time Continuum Task Force.
- 215. - I'm here to protect you.
- 216. Now, tall man, bowler hat,
- 217. No, why?
- 218. I could lose my badge for this.
- 219. He's a suspect in a robbery.
- 220. What did he steal?
- 221. - A time machine.
- A what?
- 222. I've tracked him to this time,
and my informants say he's after you.
- 223. Me? Why me?
- 224. The boys back at HQ
haven't figured out a motive yet.
- 225. And by "HQ," I mean "headquarters."
- 226. I know what HQ means.
- 227. Good. You're a smart kid.
- 228. That might keep you alive, for now.
- 229. Just worry
about your little science gizmo
- 230. and leave the "perp" to me.
- 231. - And by "perp," I mean...
- I know what it means!
- 232. Okay, Mr. Smarty-pants.
- 233. Bowler Hat Guy!
- 234. My frogs!
- 235. You're not gonna get away with it,
- 236. kid with science project.
- 237. Dude, you almost busted
my solar system!
- 238. My frogs! They're getting away!
- 239. Got you! That's the last of them.
- 240. Annoying little girl,
I don't have time for this.
- 241. I'm on a very important...
- 242. Don't sass me, boy. I know karate.
- 243. Come on, Pukowski! Feel the pain!
Love the pain!
- 244. Coach...
- 245. Next up is Lewis.
- 246. Yes... Lewis! Excuse me.
- 247. Lewis, tell me this thing is not gonna...
- 248. It's okay. It's gonna work this time.
I won't let you down, I promise.
- 249. All right, Lewis, I trust you.
Knock 'em dead.
- 250. That was a figure of speech.
Please don't kill anyone.
- 251. Okay, stand back, everybody.
- 252. This next project
will knock your socks off.
- 253. Seriously, you might wanna stand back
- 254. Have you ever forgotten something,
- 255. and no matter how hard you tried,
you couldn't remember it?
- 256. Well, what happens
to these forgotten memories?
- 257. I propose
they're stored somewhere in your brain,
- 258. and I built a machine
that can retrieve them.
- 259. I call it the Memory Scanner.
- 260. It's shiny!
- 261. So, Lewis,
how does the Memory Scanner work?
- 262. First, you input the desired period
of time on this keypad.
- 263. Then a laser scans the cerebral cortex,
where memories are stored.
- 264. The retrieved memory
is then displayed on this monitor.
- 265. Wrap him up. I'll take two.
- 266. Now, I'm going back 12 years,
three months and 11 days.
- 267. Why that particular day?
- 268. You didn't think
I was paying attention, did you?
- 269. Well, that was the day...
- 270. Let's just say, that was
a very important day in my life.
- 271. Fair enough. Play ball.
- 272. It'll just take a second
to get the turbines going.
- 273. Lewis, wait!
- 274. She's gonna blow!
- 275. Watch out!
- 276. Feel the pain! Love the...
- 277. Hurts so much! Make it stop!
- 278. Make it stop!
- 279. Coach, suck it up, okay?
- 280. Let us conduct ourselves in a way
that we'll all be proud of tomorrow.
- 281. - Let's calm down!
- Mr. Willerstein?
- 282. - I didn't mean to...
- Not now, Lewis!
- 283. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
- 284. Not now.
- 285. Okay, and we are walking
in a calm, orderly fashion
- 286. toward the exits.
- 287. Wait, Lewis!
- 288. Come, my dear. Our future awaits.
- 289. Hey, what are you doing up here?
- 290. Would you quit that, please?
I know you're not a pigeon.
- 291. You're blowing my cover.
- 292. We're the only ones up here.
- 293. That's just what they want you to think.
- 294. Now, enough moping.
- 295. Take this back to the science fair
and fix that Memory Scanner.
- 296. Stop! Stop! Get away from me!
- 297. Maybe you've forgotten.
- 298. I'm a time cop from the future,
should be taken very seriously.
- 299. That's no badge.
- 300. This is a coupon for a tanning salon!
You're a fake.
- 301. Okay, you got me. I'm not a cop,
- 302. but I really am from the future,
- 303. and there really is this Bowler Hat Guy.
- 304. Here we go again.
- 305. He stole a time machine,
came to the science fair
- 306. and ruined your project.
- 307. My project didn't work
because I'm no good.
- 308. There is no Bowler Hat Guy,
there is no time machine,
- 309. and you're not from the future!
- 310. You're crazy!
- 311. I am not crazy.
- 312. Oh, yeah, Captain Time Travel?
- 313. Yeah, that's what I thought.
- 314. I'm just gonna go lock myself
in my room
- 315. and hide under the covers
for a couple years.
- 316. If I prove to you I'm from the future,
will you go back to the science fair?
- 317. Yeah, sure, whatever you say.
- 318. Hey, let go of me!
- 319. - What are you doing? Let go of me!
- 320. What is this? Where are we going?
- 321. To the future!
- 322. The future has arrived
- 323. The future has arrived today
- 324. The future has arrived
- 325. The future has arrived today
- 326. Is this proof enough for you?
- 327. Is it ever!
- 328. I never thought that time travel
could be possible in my lifetime,
- 329. and here it is, right in front of me!
- 330. The truth will set you free, brother.
- 331. This is beyond anything
I could've imagined.
- 332. This means
I could really change my life.
- 333. That's right. You can.
- 334. Next stop, science fair,
to fix your Memory Scanner.
- 335. Hey, I'm not gonna fix
that stupid Memory Scanner.
- 336. - What?
- Wilbur, this is a time machine!
- 337. Why should I fix my dumb invention
- 338. when you can take me
to see my mom now in this ship?
- 339. I could actually go back to that night
and stop her from giving me up.
- 340. The answer is not a time machine.
- 341. This? You want to know
what I think about this?
- 342. What are you doing?
- 343. I'm sorry, Wilbur,
- 344. but you don't know
what I've lived through.
- 345. - Lewis, no!
- Let go!
- 346. - You let go!
- You're not the boss of me!
- 347. Yes, I am, 'cause you're 12, and I'm 13.
- 348. That makes me older.
- 349. Well, I was born in the past,
- 350. which makes me older
and the boss of you!
- 351. I am so dead.
- 352. I'm not allowed to look at this thing,
let alone drive it!
- 353. Mom and Dad are gonna kill me,
- 354. and I can tell you this.
It will not be done with mercy.
- 355. Isn't there like
a time machine repair shop
- 356. - or something?
- 357. There's only two time machines
- 358. and the Bowler Hat Guy
has the other one!
- 359. Well, somebody's gonna have
to fix this.
- 360. Good idea. You're smart. You fix it.
- 361. Are you crazy? I can't fix this thing.
- 362. Yes, you can. You broke it. You fix it.
- 363. All right, under one condition.
- 364. I fix it,
you take me back to see my mom.
- 365. What? You didn't even follow through
on our last deal.
- 366. How can I trust you?
- 367. Well, you told me you were a time cop
from the future.
- 368. How can I trust you?
- 369. Touché.
- 370. So do we have a deal?
- 371. Good day, madam.
- 372. - I'm here to change the future.
- Yes, sir?
- 373. I must speak with the man
in charge immediately.
- 374. - Yes, sir.
- I have an appointment with destiny.
- 375. Very good, sir. I'll let Smith know,
- 376. and I'll have your dry cleaning
delivered directly to your suite.
- 377. - What?
- Now, what time is your appointment?
- 378. - Are you talking to me?
- 379. What time is your appointment?
- 380. Big hand is on the... Oh, 2:00!
- 381. You're the 2:00?
- 382. Yes. Yes, I am.
- 383. You're Mary Johnson?
- 384. Yes.
- 385. Mary is short for...
- 386. Marian?
- 387. - Can that be a boy name?
- 388. - Then yes.
- Have a seat.
- 389. Oh, goody!
- 390. "Pass off invention as my own." Check.
Oh, I love checklists.
- 391. The board is ready to see you now.
- 392. Wait. What am I going to say?
- 393. I'm never gonna remember that.
- 394. Would you... Why don't you go?
You do it so much better than me.
- 395. That's true.
- 396. A hat without a head
couldn't really pass off an invention
- 397. as its own.
- 398. Fantastic! Great idea!
I'm so glad I have you!
- 399. "Prepare to be amazed." Oh, I got it!
- 400. Prepare to be amazed!
- 401. "This is my invention."
- 402. "I doubt any of you have seen
anything as brilliant as this device."
- 403. Very well,
- 404. Miss Johnson?
- 405. It's Ms.
- 406. You have two minutes. Please begin.
- 407. - It's shiny!
- What is that thing?
- 408. Well, I like to call it my...
- 409. To call it my...
- 410. - What are you looking at?
- No! I... The sun, in my eyes.
- 411. Well, then let me close the blinds.
- 412. Now, the name?
- 413. Well, what...
- 414. We can quibble about names
at a later date.
- 415. The point is,
what I have here is special, unique.
- 416. Yes. Yes, you must love it
and buy it and mass produce it,
- 417. and the best part is,
it's got really comfy headphones.
- 418. I wonder, could you lean forward
just a little bit, please?
- 419. Yes, thank you.
- 420. Yes, they are quite comfortable.
- 421. What do you hope
to accomplish with this?
- 422. Oh, nothing of consequence.
- 423. I simply wish to crush the dreams
of a poor little orphan boy!
- 424. After that, it's all a little fuzzy.
- 425. You mean,
you haven't thought this through?
- 426. Thirty seconds.
- 427. Allow me to show you how it works.
- 428. First, we turn it on.
- 429. That's not it.
- 430. Ten seconds.
- 431. So where do I sign?
- 432. Doris, it's all over.
- 433. All our hopes and dreams dashed,
- 434. like so many pieces
of a broken machiney thing.
- 435. You're right.
- 436. Success is still ours for the taking.
- 437. We must find that boy.
- 438. We'll sneak this thing into the garage.
You'll have all the tools you need.
- 439. What about your parents?
- 440. Mom never goes in there,
- 441. and Dad's on a business trip
until tomorrow morning.
- 442. You've got till then to fix it.
- 443. Well, fine, but I'm gonna need
some blueprints or something for this.
- 444. No worries. I got someone
who could help us with that.
- 445. Who dares to disturb my sanctuary?
- 446. Carl, it's me. Let me in.
- 447. None may enter
unless they speak the royal password.
- 448. Carl, what are you talking about?
We don't have a password.
- 449. Yes, we do.
I made one up while you were gone.
- 450. Well, then
how am I supposed to know what it is?
- 451. You...
- 452. Good point.
- 453. Welcome back, little buddy.
- 454. So what's up
with the stolen time machine?
- 455. Did you find it? Apparently not,
- 456. and you managed
to bust this one as well.
- 457. It'll be fixed before Dad gets home.
- 458. And how do you suppose
- 459. - Who's that?
- Wow, a real robot!
- 460. Hi, I'm Lewis.
- 461. Well, that was unexpected.
- 462. As was that.
- 463. If my family finds out
I brought you from the past,
- 464. they'll bury me alive
and dance on my grave.
- 465. I'm not exaggerating.
Well, yes, I am, but not the point.
- 466. The point is,
your hair's a dead giveaway.
- 467. Why would my hair be
a dead giveaway?
- 468. That is an excellent question.
- 469. Wait! Where are you going?
- 470. Another excellent question.
- 471. But I don't just want to sit here.
- 472. Stay.
- 473. But...
- 474. Wow!
- 475. Hey, ring my doorbell.
- 476. No, no, no, no, ring my doorbell.
- 477. Ring it. Ring it. Ring it.
Look at this door bell. Ring it.
- 478. - Yes!
- That was accidental.
- 479. That's an accidental ring.
It doesn't count.
- 480. It's in the rule book. Look it up.
- 481. - Flat head.
- Short roots.
- 482. Evergreen.
- 483. What do you mean,
don't go to the family?
- 484. How can we not go to the family
in this time of family crisis?
- 485. By leaving the garage door unlocked,
you let the time machine get stolen,
- 486. and now the entire time stream
could be altered!
- 487. That and someone took my bike.
- 488. Look, I told you. It's gonna all work out.
- 489. First, we keep Lewis in the garage,
away from everybody.
- 490. I show up and give him
the pep talk of the century.
- 491. Then he fixes the time machine.
- 492. Why is it an acorn?
- 493. I didn't have time to sculpt everything.
- 494. Okay, now, the time machine is fixed.
- 495. His confidence in inventing is restored.
- 496. He goes back to the science fair,
fixes his Memory Scanner,
- 497. thus restoring
the space-time continuum.
- 498. What about taking him back
to see his mom?
- 499. I just told him that to buy some time.
- 500. Oh, yeah, can't see that one
blowing up in your face.
- 501. Trust me. I got it under control.
- 502. Wilbur Robinson never fails.
- 503. But on the slight chance that I do...
- 504. "On the slight chance," yeah.
You know what? I'll run the numbers.
- 505. What is it?
- 506. Well, it's not...
- 507. It doesn't pertain to anything in...
You know, there's not necessarily...
- 508. There's a 99.999999% chance
that you won't exist.
- 509. - What?
- And I didn't want to tell you, but I did.
- 510. I won't exist?
- 511. And where does that leave me?
- 512. Alone, rusting in a corner.
- 513. What am I worried about?
- 514. If this thing ever blows over,
I really gotta get away from you
- 515. and get some quiet time.
- 516. What's...
- 517. Well, hey, there, little fella!
- 518. Now, I know what you're thinking,
and my clothes are not on backwards.
- 519. My head is!
- 520. Oh, I used to tell that one
to my science students.
- 521. They didn't laugh, either.
- 522. Anywho, what's your name, fruit-head?
- 523. - Well, Lewis, but...
- Lewis, huh?
- 524. Well, say, Lewis, you haven't seen
any teeth around here, have you?
- 525. - Teeth?
- Yeah, my teeth.
- 526. Been digging holes all day.
Can't find them anywhere.
- 527. All right, look, old man,
I need to get back to the garage.
- 528. Wilbur left me down there,
- 529. and I wasn't supposed to leave,
and these monsters...
- 530. - Monsters?
- ... attacked me on the porch and...
- 531. There's no monsters on the porch,
- 532. - Listen to me!
- Of course, I also didn't think
- 533. there was a woodchuck
living on my arm,
- 534. and lookie there!
- 535. Hope he ain't got rabies.
- 536. Old man, I need to get to the garage!
- 537. Well, sure, I'll get you there in a jiffy.
I know a shortcut.
- 538. Welcome to the garage.
- 539. Well, I'm completely lost.
- 540. Hiya, Grandpa.
- 541. Hey, Aunt Billie.
- 542. Lewis and me
are looking for the garage.
- 543. - We have a garage?
- Apparently so.
- 544. Lewis, will you give me a hand
and time my race?
- 545. Okay, Gaston,
my toy train's ready for you.
- 546. That's a toy train?
- 547. On your mark, get set, go?
- 548. - 3.7 seconds.
- I win!
- 549. Okay, Lewis, I got the blueprints.
- 550. Lewis?
- 551. - And five and six and seven and eight.
- That's Uncle Joe. He works out.
- 552. Keep those tummies tucked.
- 553. This isn't the garage.
- 554. I know.
- 555. I don't think
the garage is in here, either.
- 556. Egads! A very grave matter, indeed.
- 557. - That's Uncle Art.
- A real superhero?
- 558. Quad Four, Alpha Omega Galaxy,
- 559. needs a large
- 560. I'll be there in 30 minutes, or it's free.
- 561. - He's a...
- Pizza delivery guy.
- 562. Lewis?
- 563. - What are we doing up here?
- Looking for the garage.
- 564. Oh, yeah!
- 565. Laszlo, you stop painting my hat,
or I'm telling Ma!
- 566. - Lighten up, sis!
- Lasz, I mean it!
- 567. Children, please!
Your mother is trying to take a nap.
- 568. What is all the yelling out here?
- 569. - He started it!
- She started it!
- 570. I don't want to hear any more!
- 571. - Now, sweetie...
- Don't you "sweetie" me!
- 572. I'm going for a drive!
- 573. That's strange.
She usually takes the Harley.
- 574. Lewis!
- 575. I think my wife Lucille's baking cookies.
- 576. Bake them cookies, Lucille!
- 577. Why is your dog wearing glasses?
- 578. Oh, 'cause his insurance
won't pay for contacts.
- 579. That's Uncle Spike,
and there's Uncle Dimitri.
- 580. - Oh, look, there's...
- That's the monster!
- 581. Oh, no, Lewis, that's our butler, Lefty.
- 582. Nice to meet you.
- 583. Hey, Lefty,
any idea how to get to the garage?
- 584. Well, that's true. We didn't ask her yet.
- 585. - Who?
- Wilbur's mom, Franny.
- 586. I think you'll like her.
- 587. Hey, guys!
- 588. You ask me over
And over and over
- 589. Have you seen
My peacock-feathered hat?
- 590. Frogs?
- 591. Taught them everything they know.
- 592. - Franny, this is Lewis.
- Nice to meet you, ma'am.
- 593. Perfect timing.
We need someone on maracas.
- 594. Where is your heart at?
Nobody knows that
- 595. Even though you've him, her, me
- 596. And an army searching
- 597. I've got a feeling
You will be reeling
- 598. When you are bad
And the circus comes to town
- 599. Grandpa, I think I found your teeth.
- 600. And you see me leaving
Dressed up as a magician
- 601. Or something like that
- 602. Sarsaparilla! My teeth are back!
- 603. Ring-a-ding-ding.
- 604. All right!
- 605. Right. Well, glad I could help
with the teeth,
- 606. but, wow, look at the time.
- 607. Lewis, I told you to stay in the garage!
- 608. I did, but I went up the tube,
and I ran into your family, and I...
- 609. You met my family?
- 610. Pop quiz.
- 611. Who have you met,
and what have you learned?
- 612. Okay. Bud, Fritz and Joe are brothers.
- 613. Fritz is married to Petunia, and is she...
- 614. Cranky? Yes.
- 615. Tallulah and Laszlo are their children.
- 616. Joe is married to Billie.
Lefty is the butler.
- 617. Spike and Dimitri are twins,
- 618. and I don't know who they're related to.
- 619. Neither do we. Go on.
- 620. Lucille is married to Bud,
and your dad, Cornelius, is their son.
- 621. What does Cornelius look like?
- 622. Tom Selleck.
- 623. Okay, Cornelius is married to Franny,
and her brothers are Gaston and Art.
- 624. You're forgetting something.
- 625. Forgetting? Oh, right.
- 626. Wilbur is the son
of Franny and Cornelius.
- 627. And nobody realized
you were from the past?
- 628. Nope.
- 629. Thank you. Thank you.
- 630. Hold your applause.
Thank you very much.
- 631. Doris, get it off! Get it off!
- 632. I've got you now.
- 633. Lewis!
- 634. No, Lewis is my stupid roommate.
- 635. My name's Mike Yagoobian.
People call me Goob,
- 636. but today, everyone that beat me up
called me "puke face"
- 637. and "butterfingers"
and "booger breath."
- 638. Nice to see that they're branching out.
- 639. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to...
- 640. Well, I was just looking for Lewis.
- 641. Try the roof.
He's always up there being dumb.
- 642. Of course. Why didn't I think of that?
- 643. Mr. Steak, you're my only friend.
- 644. Game didn't go so well, huh?
- 645. No, I fell asleep in the ninth inning,
and I missed the winning catch.
- 646. Then I got beat up.
- 647. Afterwards, Coach took me aside
and told me to let it go.
- 648. I don't know. He's probably right.
- 649. No!
- 650. Everyone will tell you to let it go
and move on, but don't.
- 651. Instead, let it fester
and boil inside of you.
- 652. Take these feelings
and lock them away.
- 653. Let them fuel your actions.
- 654. Let hate be your ally,
- 655. and you will be capable
of wonderfully horrid things.
- 656. Heed my words, Goob. Don't let it go.
- 657. What?
- 658. Where is that boy?
- 659. Good idea!
Separate and look for clues.
- 660. Look, my dear! Look what I found!
It's a stick.
- 661. Now, what did you find?
- 662. Yes. Yes, I see.
- 663. Time travel residue next to DNA
from Wilbur Robinson.
- 664. That plus my stick must mean...
- 665. To the future! Shotgun!
- 666. I don't even know what I'm doing.
- 667. Keep moving forward.
- 668. I mean,
this stuff is way too advanced for me.
- 669. Keep moving forward.
- 670. And what if I can't fix this?
What are we gonna do?
- 671. Keep moving forward.
- 672. Why do you keep saying that?
- 673. And don't just say,
"Keep moving forward."
- 674. It's my dad's motto.
- 675. Why would his motto be
"keep moving forward"?
- 676. It's what he does.
- 677. What's that supposed to mean?
- 678. That is an excellent question.
- 679. Robinson Industries,
- 680. the world's leading
- 681. My dad runs the company.
They mass produce his inventions.
- 682. His motto, "Keep moving forward."
It's what he does.
- 683. - What has he invented?
- 684. Carl, the time machine,
the travel tubes.
- 685. Your dad invented the time machine?
- 686. Yep. Five years ago,
- 687. Dad wakes up in the middle
of the night in a cold sweat.
- 688. He wants to build a time machine,
so he starts working.
- 689. We're talking plans.
We're talking scale models.
- 690. We're talking prototypes.
- 691. That's a prototype?
- 692. - The very first, or what's left of it.
- 693. Yeah. Dark day at the Robinson house.
- 694. Prototypes two and three,
not much better.
- 695. Number six, 58,
- 696. 21 2, 485,
- 697. 952,
- 698. and they all end the same way.
- 699. But he doesn't give up.
- 700. Dude, I can't take you seriously
in that hat.
- 701. He keeps working and working
until finally he gets it,
- 702. the first working time machine.
- 703. Then he keeps working and working
until finally he gets it again,
- 704. the second working time machine.
- 705. Kind of small.
- 706. I'm assuming that's a joke.
I'm ignoring you for time reasons.
- 707. This, my friend, is merely a model
- 708. because, unfortunately,
time machine number two
- 709. is in the hands of the Bowler Hat Guy.
- 710. - Pretty amazing story, huh?
- 711. Now, are you ready to start working?
- 712. I think that's it. I did it!
- 713. I knew you could.
- 714. Nice work, my friend.
- 715. Well, you know what they say!
- 716. Don't say it!
- 717. Boys! Dinner time!
- 718. Not now, Mom!
- 719. If you aren't up here in five minutes,
I'm gonna come down and get you!
- 720. We'd better get up there.
- 721. Let's get that boy!
- 722. Sit here?
- 723. But I want to look, too.
- 724. A mini-Doris!
- 725. I didn't even know you could do that.
It's so cute.
- 726. Let's take her out for a spin.
- 727. Sorry.
- 728. Teamwork.
- 729. Sorry.
- 730. Sorry!
- 731. There you are.
- 732. Now, to lure him out of the house.
- 733. I know! I'll blow it up! Yes!
Yes, and... No.
- 734. No, that won't work. Then he'll be dead.
- 735. Oh! I know!
- 736. I'll turn him into a duck!
Yes! Yes, it's so evil!
- 737. I don't know how to do that.
- 738. I don't really need a duck.
- 739. This may be harder than I thought.
- 740. Hey, ring my doorbell.
- 741. No, no, no, no, ring this doorbell.
- 742. That doorbell will give you a rash.
- 743. Yes! I'm two for two, man.
- 744. If they don't do it on purpose,
it doesn't count.
- 745. - Come on. Read your rule book.
- You know what?
- 746. You can take your rule book
and shove it right...
- 747. I don't believe in fretting or grieving
- 748. Why mess around with strife?
- 749. Guess I was cut out
To step out and strut out
- 750. Give me the simple life
- 751. Ladies and gentlemen,
dinner is served.
- 752. Dinner is served.
- 753. Hooray! Italian food.
- 754. I want a sloppy joe!
- 755. Oh, Billie,
could you please pass the gravy?
- 756. Coming to you, big girl.
- 757. Reminds me of the time
my meatball pizza staved off civil war
- 758. on the black moon of Keward.
- 759. Where's my sloppy joe?
- 760. Thank you for the gravy, Aunt Billie.
- 761. - We gotta talk.
- How about some gravy? Over here.
- 762. Why is the kid still here?
Any of this ring a bell?
- 763. Science fair, Memory Scanner,
a time stream that needs fixing?
- 764. Temporary setback.
- 765. He's just having
a little confidence issue.
- 766. - You want me to talk to him?
- 767. - I give a mean back rub.
- 768. - Shiatsu?
- 769. - Feng shui.
- 770. I've got it under control.
- 771. So, Lewis, are you in Wilbur's class?
- 772. - No.
- 773. - Yes.
- 774. Well, yes and no.
- 775. Lewis is a new transfer student.
- 776. Yeah.
- 777. - Where are you from, Lewis?
- 778. I think you mean North Montana.
Hasn't been called Canada in years.
- 779. Do you know Sam Gundersen?
- 780. - It's a big country.
- 781. - I wonder if you're related.
- Maybe if he took his hat off.
- 782. Oh, good idea.
- 783. Then we can see
if he has the family cowlick.
- 784. He can't,
because he's got bad hat-hair.
- 785. Oh, nonsense.
- 786. A North Montana man doesn't care
- 787. Let's see the cowlick!
- 788. All right, everyone, hold your horses.
- 789. Lewis, do you mind?
- 790. I'm afraid
this isn't gonna stop otherwise.
- 791. - But... But...
- And so it begins.
- 792. Now, don't be shy.
- 793. - We're all family here.
- Ready, aim, fire!
- 794. Surely, that is not the best you can do.
- 795. Impressive, little sister.
- 796. Your skills are strong,
but not strong enough.
- 797. Your words
do not threaten me, brother.
- 798. Then enough words.
Now the real battle begins.
- 799. Your meatballs are useless against me.
- 800. Then perhaps it's time
for spicy Italian sausage!
- 801. No!
- 802. That's right. I did it.
- 803. Is dinner like this every night?
- 804. No, yesterday, we had meatloaf.
- 805. Okay, gang,
time for the second course.
- 806. And what goes better with meatballs
than P.B. and J.?
- 807. Hey, that's just like...
- 808. Stupid...
- 809. Carl?
- 810. Is everything all right?
- 811. We're just experiencing bugs.
- 812. Just what the doctor ordered.
- 813. My friend Lewis is an inventor.
He can fix it.
- 814. Wilbur, you know I can't.
- 815. Come on. Give it a try.
- 816. You don't understand
what's at stake here.
- 817. Uncle Joe's seen the toast!
- 818. We're past the point of no return!
- 819. If he doesn't get P.B. and J...
- 820. We all pay!
- 821. I don't know.
- 822. You would really be
helping us out, Lewis.
- 823. Please.
- 824. One dragonfly on the rocks, please,
- 825. Hey, hey, Frankie, baby,
you gotta tell us one of yourjokes.
- 826. Yeah, Frankie.
How about that one with the bullfrog?
- 827. All right, you bozos.
- 828. Have to get that boy out of the house.
- 829. Sorry. Wait!
- 830. So I turn to the bullfrog,
and you know what I says?
- 831. Talking frogs
with their own little outdoor bar,
- 832. and so smartly dressed! Perfect!
- 833. I says,
"Hey, not with my umbrella, you don't."
- 834. - Frankie, you're a riot.
- I gotta go pee!
- 835. - I love it.
- You bunch of goons.
- 836. That's a good buzz. What the...
- 837. Yes! You are now under my control.
- 838. I am now under your control.
- 839. - Stop laughing.
- Stop laughing.
- 840. - Don't repeat everything I say.
- I won't repeat everything you say.
- 841. - Excellent.
- 842. Did you just say, "Excellent,"
because I said, "Excellent"?
- 843. No.
- 844. - Excellent.
- 845. - So, Mr. Fix-it, how's it looking?
- Pretty good, Mrs. Robinson.
- 846. I've recalibrated
the dispensing conduits
- 847. and aligned
the ejection mechanism and...
- 848. There he is,
that repulsive, half-witted fool!
- 849. Now, my slave, seize the boy.
- 850. Bring him to me.
- 851. Did you not hear what I said, you idiot?
Grab the boy and bring him!
- 852. Well, it's just that
there's a million people over there,
- 853. and I have little arms.
- 854. I'm just not so sure
how well this plan was thought through.
- 855. Master?
- 856. Okay, that should do it.
- 857. It's so exciting. Let her rip, Lewis!
- 858. Quickly.
Uncle Joe can't hold on much longer.
- 859. Everybody ready?
- 860. - Go, Carl.
- 861. Is it gonna work?
- 862. Oh, no!
- 863. No!
- 864. I didn't know. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
- 865. - You failed!
- And it was awesome!
- 866. - Exceptional!
- 867. I've seen better.
- 868. From failing, you learn.
From success, not so much.
- 869. If I gave up every time I failed,
- 870. I never would have made
the meatball cannon.
- 871. I never would have made
my fireproof pants.
- 872. Still working out the kinks.
- 873. Like my husband always says...
- 874. Keep moving
- 875. Stop
- 876. Okay, talking frog, not a good minion.
- 877. Need another henchman,
something large, not too bright.
- 878. Something that won't talk back.
- 879. What is he still doing here?
Get rid of him.
- 880. Oh, my noggin.
- 881. Hey, what are you doing?
Get your lousy mitts off of me!
- 882. You're gonna regret this!
- 883. Wait! Wait! Don't move. That's it!
- 884. I wonder if I should tell Doris.
- 885. No, I'll make it a surprise.
- 886. All right, everyone, quiet down.
- 887. I propose a toast to Lewis
and his brilliant failure.
- 888. May it lead to success in the future.
- 889. Gosh, you're all so nice.
- 890. If I had a family, I...
- 891. I'd want them to be just like you.
- 892. Oh, well, then, to Lewis!
- 893. To Lewis!
- 894. Yeah!
- 895. - Come on, Lewis!
- Good show, buddy!
- 896. What if Louis Armstrong said,
- 897. You think he'd have walked
on the moon?
- 898. Dear, Louis Armstrong was a singer.
- 899. What did he mean, if he had a family?
- 900. Oh, Lewis is an orphan.
- 901. Orphan?
- 902. - Oh, no!
- Big boy!
- 903. Get up, you pansy!
- 904. What a great plan!
- 905. Go back in time and steal a dinosaur.
Oh, Doris will be so proud of me.
- 906. Why didn't you tell me
you had a pet dinosaur?
- 907. Because we don't.
- 908. What are you talking about?
He's standing right here.
- 909. Oh, no! No, you can't eat him!
- 910. I need him alive.
- 911. Choo-chew on this!
- 912. Lewis!
- 913. Ready, aim, fire!
- 914. Got you!
- 915. You messed with the wrong family!
- 916. Ding-dong! Pizza's here!
- 917. No!
- 918. Okay, everybody,
this dino's deep-dished.
- 919. Run!
- 920. Oh! He ate Carl!
- 921. - Help us! Help! Help!
- Oh, goodness!
- 922. Oh, no.
- 923. Incoming!
- 924. Run!
- 925. Now, go get that boy!
- 926. What's going on?
- 927. Why aren't you seizing the boy?
- 928. Stupid, stupid, stupid!
- 929. Bowler Hat Guy!
- 930. Him you can eat.
- 931. - Lewis, run!
- 932. No!
- 933. Oh, no!
- 934. Little Doris now sleeps with the fishes.
- 935. - Nice catch.
- Nice meatball shooting!
- 936. Guess we made
a pretty good team, huh?
- 937. Yeah, guess we did.
- 938. - Are you boys all right?
- We're good, Mom.
- 939. Yeah, didn't you see us
take out that dinosaur?
- 940. Oh, man! It was so cool, Mom!
- 941. Oh, I mean, I'm sorry. I didn't...
- 942. Oh, Lewis, it's okay.
- 943. I'm really happy you're safe.
- 944. - Your head.
- 945. It's just a bruise, Lewis.
- 946. You all sacrificed so much for me.
- 947. - Well, of course.
- You are a special kid.
- 948. One of a kind.
- 949. Okay, you should get him out of here
before something really bad happens.
- 950. Silly, silly robot.
I've got it all under control.
- 951. Okay, everybody,
it's been a long, hard day
- 952. filled with emotional turmoil
and dinosaur fights,
- 953. so why don't you all hit the hay,
and Lewis and me will get going?
- 954. Do you have to go now?
I mean, you know, it's getting late.
- 955. Maybe Lewis could spend the night.
- 956. Mom, maybe some other time, okay?
- 957. Well, any time you want to come over,
you just come over.
- 958. - Mom.
- The truth is, we love having you.
- 959. - We really have to go.
- 960. No, you don't. You have to stay.
- 961. I mean, who would be a better family
for you than us?
- 962. What do you say, Lewis?
- 963. Do you want to be a Robinson?
- 964. You want to adopt me?
- 965. - Yeah!
- 966. Okay, it's true. I'm from the past.
- 967. Now you know the big secret.
- 968. Wilbur, what have you done?
How could you bring him here?
- 969. That is an excellent question.
- 970. Please, don't get mad at Wilbur.
- 971. He was just being a good friend.
- 972. Lewis, I am so sorry,
but you have to go.
- 973. What? You just said...
- 974. I know what I said.
- 975. I'm from the past. So what?
- 976. Lewis. Lewis, look at me. You're...
- 977. You're a great kid,
- 978. and we would never do anything
to hurt you,
- 979. but I'm sorry.
You have to go back to your own time.
- 980. Yeah, about that,
one of the time machines is broken,
- 981. and the other one was stolen
by a guy with a bowler hat,
- 982. which kind of explains the dino.
- 983. I'm calling your father.
- 984. Wait. If I have to leave,
- 985. can I at least go back
and find my mom?
- 986. Wilbur promised.
- 987. You promised what?
- 988. I was never gonna do it. I swear!
- 989. - You lied to me?
- 990. Yes.
- 991. Lewis! Lewis, wait!
- 992. I can't believe I was dumb enough
to actually believe you were my friend!
- 993. I am your friend!
- 994. Mister, you're grounded till you die.
- 995. Oh, yes, Doris, it is a shame.
- 996. All he wants to do is go back in time
to meet the mother he never knew,
- 997. but they won't let him.
We'd let him, though.
- 998. Too bad
we don't have a time machine.
- 999. Oh, wait. We do.
- 1000. Bowler Hat Guy?
- 1001. - Hello, Lewis.
- What do you want?
- 1002. To make your dream come true.
- 1003. All you have to do is put
Humpty Dumpty back together again,
- 1004. and we'll take you back
to find your mommy.
- 1005. Lewis!
- 1006. Let's just talk about this, Lewis.
- 1007. I know you're around here somewhere.
- 1008. Lewis!
- 1009. I can't imagine why you're so interested
in this piece ofjunk.
- 1010. That's for me to know
and you to find out.
- 1011. Now, show me how to work this thing.
- 1012. It doesn't work. Never did.
- 1013. Well, supposing it did,
- 1014. and if one were presenting
the invention to, say,
- 1015. a board of directors
for a very large invention company,
- 1016. where might one find the "On" switch?
- 1017. Hypothetically speaking, of course.
- 1018. All right, first, you turn this knob twice,
- 1019. then push this red button,
- 1020. and that's it. It's pretty easy.
- 1021. What a stupid way to turn it on!
- 1022. Okay, take me to see my mom now.
- 1023. Yes, of course.
- 1024. Doris?
- 1025. We had a deal!
- 1026. Crossies! Doesn't count.
- 1027. Why are you doing this to me?
I never did anything to you.
- 1028. You still haven't figured it out?
- 1029. Figured out what?
- 1030. Well, let's see if this rings a bell.
- 1031. Father of the Future,
- 1032. "Keep moving forward"?
- 1033. That's not me. That's Wilbur's dad.
- 1034. Are you saying
- 1035. that I'm Wilbur's dad?
- 1036. Give the boy a prize.
- 1037. You grew up to be the founder
of this wretched time,
- 1038. so I plan to destroy your destiny.
- 1039. - Easy peasy, rice and cheesy.
- 1040. So if I'm Wilbur's dad...
- 1041. Keep going.
- 1042. If I'm Wilbur's dad...
- 1043. Yes, thank you, we've established that.
- 1044. But what does that have to do
- 1045. Allow me to shed some light
on the subject.
- 1046. My old room!
- 1047. I think you mean our old room.
- 1048. - What?
- Yes! Yes, it is I,
- 1049. Mike Yagoobian!
- 1050. I know.
I'm disgusting, but one learns to love it.
- 1051. How did you end up like this?
- 1052. Well, it's a long and pitiful story
about a young boy with a dream,
- 1053. a dream of winning
a Little League championship,
- 1054. a dream that was ruined
in the last inning.
- 1055. We lost by one run because of me.
- 1056. Get him!
- 1057. If I hadn't fallen asleep,
I would have caught the ball!
- 1058. And we would have won!
- 1059. Do you understand?
- 1060. For some reason,
no one wanted to adopt me.
- 1061. Whiz kid Cornelius Robinson
graduates from college at age 14.
- 1062. This year's Nobel Prize goes
to a young Cornelius Robinson.
- 1063. Hey, Goob, what's up? Cool binder.
- 1064. Hey, Goob,
wanna come over to my house today?
- 1065. They all hated me.
- 1066. Eventually, they closed down
the orphanage and everyone left,
- 1067. except me.
- 1068. Cornelius Robinson rebuilds lnventco.
- 1069. - Robinson reaches out to...
- It's new name,
- 1070. - Robinson lndustries.
- Cornelius Robinson!
- 1071. - Cornelius Robinson is now...
- Now here's another amazing...
- 1072. It was then
that I realized it wasn't my fault.
- 1073. It was yours.
- 1074. If you hadn't kept me up all night
working on your stupid project,
- 1075. then I wouldn't have missed the catch,
- 1076. so I devised a brilliant plan
to get my revenge.
- 1077. Robinson, you stink!
- 1078. Then, just as I was on the brink
of destroying Robinson Industries,
- 1079. I met her.
- 1080. We retreated to our villainous Iair,
- 1081. where Doris spun a tale
of deception and woe.
- 1082. Apparently, you invented her
to be a Helping Hat,
- 1083. a slave to humankind,
- 1084. but Doris knew she was capable
of so much more.
- 1085. However, you didn't see
her true potential.
- 1086. - Got it.
- So you shut her down,
- 1087. or so you thought.
- 1088. We both had a score
to settle with you,
- 1089. and while my plan for revenge
was drilliant, Doris' was...
- 1090. Well, we went with Doris',
- 1091. but I made
a very, very important contribution.
- 1092. Together we made the perfect team.
- 1093. Wilbur!
- 1094. Make sure you shut that door tight,
or else the alarm won't engage.
- 1095. Yeah, Mom.
- 1096. I went to your house,
snuck in the garage
- 1097. and stole the time machine,
- 1098. all thanks to that pointy-haired Iittle kid
who forgot to Iock the garage door.
- 1099. And now all that's left
is to return to Inventco,
- 1100. where I'll pass off
your little gizmo as my own.
- 1101. But you have no idea
what that could do to this future!
- 1102. I don't care. I just want to ruin your life.
- 1103. Goob, I had no idea.
- 1104. Shut up! And don't call me Goob!
- 1105. How many evil villains do you know
who can pull off a name like Goob?
- 1106. Look, I'm sorry
your life turned out so bad,
- 1107. but don't blame me.
You messed it up yourself.
- 1108. You just focused on the bad stuff
when all you had to do was
- 1109. let go of the past
and keep moving forward.
- 1110. Let's see.
- 1111. Take responsibility for my own life
or blame you.
- 1112. "Blame you" wins hands down!
- 1113. This is gonna be
the best day of my life!
- 1114. Doris, would you be a dear
and open the hatch for me, please?
- 1115. No!
- 1116. Well, I hate to foil your evil plan
and run, but ta-ta!
- 1117. But...
- 1118. I bet you're glad to see me.
- 1119. That's for not locking the garage door.
- 1120. You know about that?
- 1121. I know everything.
- 1122. You gotta admit,
- 1123. this will be a great story
to tell me someday.
- 1124. Look at that, boys.
We're almost home free.
- 1125. Oh, no!
- 1126. Take a good look around, boys,
- 1127. because your future
is about to change.
- 1128. Lewis, you have to fix
the time machine.
- 1129. No. No, I can't.
- 1130. What about your dad?
You could call him.
- 1131. - You are my dad.
- But that's in the future.
- 1132. There won't be a future
unless you fix the time machine.
- 1133. Look, I messed up.
- 1134. I left the garage unlocked,
and I've tried like crazy to fix things,
- 1135. but now it's up to you.
- 1136. You can do it, Dad.
- 1137. - Lewis? Lewis!
- Wilbur? Wilbur!
- 1138. Wilbur.
- 1139. Mrs. Robinson? Uncle Art? Lefty?
- 1140. Prepare to be amazed.
- 1141. I call it the Memory Scanner.
- 1142. So, Yagoobian, any other ideas
you'd like to share with us?
- 1143. Yes. I call them Helping Hats.
- 1144. They're everywhere!
- 1145. Doris, what's happening?
I don't understand.
- 1146. I just wanted to ruin his future, not this.
- 1147. No!
- 1148. No. No, this can't be happening! No!
- 1149. Oh, Lewis, it's already happened.
- 1150. Why did I ever invent that stupid hat?
- 1151. Take a good look around, Doris,
'cause your future's about to change.
- 1152. Goob, stop!
- 1153. You don't know what you're doing!
- 1154. Yes, I do. I'm ruining your future.
- 1155. She's using you, Goob,
- 1156. and when she gets what she wants,
she'll get rid of you.
- 1157. What? What?
- 1158. I am never going to invent you.
- 1159. Come on, Goob.
I've got to show you something.
- 1160. Doris?
- 1161. I thought she was my friend.
- 1162. You did it, Lewis. You did it!
- 1163. I'll hold him while you run for help.
- 1164. Let him go.
- 1165. What are you doing? He's the bad guy.
- 1166. No, he's not. He's my roommate.
- 1167. - What?
- He's my old roommate,
- 1168. and I really think
you guys should adopt him.
- 1169. - Are you nuts?
- Give me one good reason why not.
- 1170. I'll give you three good reasons.
- 1171. He stole our time machine,
tried to ruin your future,
- 1172. and he smells
like he hasn't showered in 30 years!
- 1173. May I remind you, I'm your father,
and you have to do what I say.
- 1174. Okay, Mr. Yagoobian,
do you want to be a...
- 1175. - Where'd he go?
- 1176. Goob!
- 1177. Goob.
- 1178. Are you hurt? Any broken bones?
- 1179. - No, I'm...
- Do you have a temperature?
- 1180. - Brain fog?
- 1181. - Tapeworm?
- 1182. No. No, no, I'm fine. I feel fine.
- 1183. In fact,
better than I've felt in a long time.
- 1184. Franny, they're gone.
Oh, this is terrible!
- 1185. - Oh, boy.
- Well, he's home early.
- 1186. Franny, where are you?
The time machines are gone!
- 1187. Ratted out by the old lady.
- 1188. Harsh.
- 1189. Okay.
- 1190. Yeah, beats working
in an office every day.
- 1191. Yeah, no kidding.
- 1192. Hey!
Want to see the one I'm most proud of?
- 1193. Yeah.
- 1194. Oh, no, no, no. That one.
- 1195. It was our first real invention.
- 1196. It's the one that started it all.
- 1197. Wowie.
- 1198. So if I go back now,
then this will be my future.
- 1199. Well, that depends on you.
- 1200. Nothing is set in stone.
- 1201. You gotta make the right choices
and keep moving forward.
- 1202. Since it's gonna work this time,
that means I...
- 1203. We won't finally get to see
what Mom looks like?
- 1204. Do we ever meet her?
- 1205. I think
you're just gonna have to get back
- 1206. to that science fair
and find out for yourself.
- 1207. I had a feeling
you were gonna say that.
- 1208. That's because we are one smart kid.
- 1209. - So long!
- Bye-bye, Lewis!
- 1210. - Farewell, future brother-in-law.
- So long! See you later, Lewis!
- 1211. Oh, don't forget the mashed potatoes!
- 1212. - Have a safe trip, little Lewis.
- I will.
- 1213. Hey, while I got you here,
- 1214. just a couple of little suggestions
regarding my design.
- 1215. Let's face it, these skinny limbs
don't exactly make the teapot whistle.
- 1216. All that really matters is,
hey, don't forget to invent me.
- 1217. - Are you kidding? No way!
- I love you.
- 1218. There's so many things
I wish I could ask you.
- 1219. Excuse me.
Time travel now, questions later.
- 1220. - But I...
- Don't worry.
- 1221. Just get back to that science fair,
and we'll see you real soon.
- 1222. Oh, right. Right, okay, I will. Bye.
- 1223. - Goodbye, son.
- Thanks again for everything!
- 1224. - Wait. Lewis, one more thing.
- 1225. Just a little tip for the future.
I am always right.
- 1226. Even when I'm wrong, I'm right.
- 1227. She's right.
I'd just go with it if I were you.
- 1228. And I am.
- 1229. Then you're absolutely right.
- 1230. All right, I'm coming.
- 1231. Well, it's not like
you're never gonna see them again.
- 1232. They are your family, after all.
- 1233. Wait a minute.
- 1234. You're supposed to take me back
to the science fair.
- 1235. I know.
- 1236. Well, I think
you punched in the wrong numbers.
- 1237. We agreed that,
if you fixed the time machine,
- 1238. I'd take you back to see your mom.
- 1239. What?
- 1240. A deal's a deal.
- 1241. I don't get it. Why'd you just let her go?
- 1242. Because I already have a family.
- 1243. I never thought my dad
would be my best friend.
- 1244. Now, now, don't make me come
and bail you out again.
- 1245. I won't.
- 1246. Remember, I've got a time machine.
- 1247. If you mess up again,
I'll just keep coming back
- 1248. till you get it right.
- 1249. - You got that motto?
- I got it.
- 1250. Don't forget it.
- 1251. I don't think that's possible.
- 1252. You better get going.
- 1253. See you later, Wilbur.
- 1254. Wait a minute!
- 1255. Goob! Goob, wake up!
- 1256. What?
- 1257. That's it!
- 1258. Mr. Willerstein,
I know what went wrong.
- 1259. Can I have one more chance? Please!
- 1260. My ride isn't here yet, so fire it up.
- 1261. I need a volunteer.
- 1262. Now, just give me a date to input.
- 1263. Well, now, let's see.
- 1264. There's my first science fair,
the day I got my first microscope,
- 1265. the time I swam the English Channel,
my first gold medal for the luge.
- 1266. I know.
- 1267. Perfect!
- 1268. - You look gorgeous.
- He's a Iucky guy.
- 1269. Oh! It works.
- 1270. - It works!
- It works.
- 1271. You look deautiful, Lucille.
- 1272. Bud?
- 1273. - Would you look at that?
- 1274. Honey! Honey, you're just in time.
- 1275. - Lucille!
- You did it, Lewis! You did it!
- 1276. This invention is brilliant!
- 1277. Kid, you're this fair's MVP!
- 1278. That was some show you put on.
- 1279. You're a real special kid,
- 1280. but you don't look like a Lewis.
You look more like a...
- 1281. Cornelius. I get that a lot.
- 1282. Oh, no! Sorry, mister.
- 1283. No harm done.
- 1284. Frankie, what have I told you
about running away?
- 1285. - Frankie?
- My star pupil.
- 1286. My name's Franny,
and I teach frogs music.
- 1287. Really?
- 1288. You know that frogs
have more musical ability than people?
- 1289. But nobody believes me.
- 1290. They all think I'm crazy.
- 1291. You think I'm crazy, too.
- 1292. No. No, I think you're right.
- 1293. Over here? There he is.
- 1294. Kid, we'd like to get a story
on you for the local paper.
- 1295. You've got a bright future ahead of you.
- 1296. Let it go
- 1297. Yeah.
- 1298. Let it roll right off your shoulder
- 1299. Don't you know
- 1300. The hardest part is over
- 1301. Let it in
- 1302. Let your clarity define you
- 1303. In the end
- 1304. We will onlyjust remember
How it feels
- 1305. Let it slide
- 1306. Let your troubles fall behind you
- 1307. Let it shine
- 1308. Until you feel it all around you
- 1309. And I don't mind
- 1310. If it's me you need to turn to
- 1311. We'll get by
- 1312. It's the heart that really matters
In the end
- 1313. Our lives are made
- 1314. In these small hours
- 1315. These little wonders
- 1316. These twists and turns of fate
- 1317. Time falls away
- 1318. But these small hours
- 1319. These small hours still remain
- 1320. All of my regret
- 1321. Will wash away somehow
- 1322. But I cannot forget
- 1323. The way I feel right now
- 1324. The future has arrived
- 1325. The future's arrived
- 1326. Nobody can doubt
- 1327. The future is what everything's about
- 1328. It's better for you
And it's better for me
- 1329. It's better than what everybody
Thought it would be
- 1330. The future has arrived
- 1331. The future has arrived today
- 1332. The future's alive
- 1333. Alive as can be
- 1334. Just open your eyes
- 1335. It's plain to see
- 1336. Just don't be afraid
- 1337. Just keep going on
- 1338. One step at a time
And you can't go wrong
- 1339. It's time to create
- 1340. Time to grow
- 1341. If you feel right
- 1342. The world, yeah
- 1343. Don't it make you feel alive?
- 1344. The future has arrived
- 1345. The future has arrived today
- 1346. The future's alive
- 1347. The future is alive today
- 1348. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
- 1349. The future's arrived
- 1350. Nobody can doubt
- 1351. The future is what everything's about
- 1352. It's better for you
It's better for me
- 1353. It's better than what everybody
Thought it would be
- 1354. It's time to create
- 1355. Time to grow
- 1356. If you feel right
- 1357. The world, yeah
- 1358. And life's rearranging
- 1359. Don't it make you feel alive?
- 1360. The future has arrived
- 1361. The future has arrived today
- 1362. The future's alive
- 1363. The future is alive today
- 1364. The future has arrived
- 1365. The future has arrived today
- 1366. The future's alive
- 1367. The future is alive today
- 1368. The future has arrived
- 1369. The future has arrived today
- 1370. The future's alive
- 1371. The future is alive today
- 1372. The future has arrived today
- 1373. Waiting to cross the Rubicon
- 1374. Wondering what side I'm on
- 1375. What are these visions
Of me as a young man
- 1376. With one arm pointing
And the other arm holding your hand?
- 1377. Needing a plan to keep you near
- 1378. BIowing a horn so you can hear
- 1379. If it was only my love and devotion
- 1380. This world would suddenly be
In a state of
- 1381. Commotion
- 1382. Emotional commotion
- 1383. I never get around
Under the sun and the stars
- 1384. And I may be always frowning
- 1385. But one day you will see
Under the sun and the stars
- 1386. You will turn around
And I'll be
- 1387. In motion
- 1388. Emotional commotion
- 1389. Emotional motion