Eerie, Indiana, a place where nothing is quite what it seems. The series, revolves around 13 year-old Marshall Teller and his friend Simon encountering all the weirdness Eerie has to offer. From Tupperware that will keep anything fresh to braces that translate what dogs say into English, Eerie is the "center of weirdness" for the entire world.
The Tellers are welcomed to Eerie by Betty Wilson, who invites Marilyn to attend a demonstration of Foreverware, a very special type of plastic container: It's guaranteed keep anything fresh... Forever.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Marshal doesn't like the Indiana practice of ignoring daylight savings time, and sets his clock back an hour anyway. When he wakes up the next day, nobody's around... except some very untalkative garbage men, intent on sending him though the trash compactor.
Stuck having to baby-sit Simon's younger brother on Halloween, Marshall and Simon fool around with their video camera. Unfortunately they end up trapping him in a monster movie, while a mummy runs wild in their house.
Marshall is scheduled to visit the dentist for a retainer, but he fears that he might end up the same way as the previous retainer recipient – he became able to hear what the dogs really say, and that was something they really didn't like.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A professor renowned as an authority on the supernatural comes to Eerie to observe an extraterrestrial object he believes will land here. Marshall immediately sees an opportunity to blow the lid of the Eerie weirdness; but is the professor really all that he claims to be.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Mr. Teller is losing things left and right. When he loses his briefcase, an anniversary gift from his wife also containing important things, Mrs. Teller becomes upset. Marshall sets out to find where the missing items are going and with help from Simon, they make a startling discovery.
Facing bankruptcy due to a possible audit, Radford welcomes a new partner – The Donald. His aggressive ad camping has customers sleepwalking to the World 'o Stuff's midnight madness sale, buying anything in sight on credit. Just sign on the dotted line...
A strange bum is assaulted by a woman with a ray gun. distracts her until the police arrive, and then Marshall decides to help out a bum after witnessing him being attacked by a woman with a ray gun. It is difficult though, because all he does is mumble nonsense, and reassemble electrical appliances into bizarre contraptions.
Marshall knows something's up when he's sent to the new school nurse instead of detention, and his suspicions are confirmed when Simon comes out from the sight check as a homework-loving zombie.
Marshall and a classmate both fall for a new girl. The boy gives her a locket shaped like a heart. When the boy is in a terrible accident, his heart is transplanted into her body. Marshall suspects that something is wrong when the girl starts acting like his dead friend.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
As the tornado "Old Bob" approaches Eerie, the citizens prepare for their annual tornado day picnic to appease him, but Marshall and Simon insist on staying home, and as the tornado chasing meteorologist left by Bob on his first pass-though tells them – and this makes Bob angry.
While browsing the basement of the local library, Marshall finds an old letter. He opens it and a young man appears who won't leave him alone until he delivers the letter in person.
Marshall and Simon investigate an old mill rumored to be haunted. It proves to be a hoax, set up by a mysterious young man who doesn't want anybody nosing around... or so it seems until they accidentally uncover a rusted gun, containing the ghost of Grungy Bill - Eerie's worst bank robber.
Marshall tries to get a gloomy friend to lighten up by showing him an album from the heavy metal band Pitbull Surfers, but soon the Eerie weirdness kicks in and the quiet overachiever is turned into rebellious headbanger.