Meet the Diffy family, a futuristic family from the year 2121. When the eccentric dad, Lloyd, rents a time machine for their family vacation, everyone is excited. But then something goes wrong. Their time machine malfunctions and they are thrown out of the space/time continuum in the year 2004.
Phil and Keely finally become a couple. Though Lloyd has all of a sudden fixed the time machine, now it's time for the Diffys to head back home. It's Keely's worst nightmare when she realizes Phil is leaving for real.
It's Keely's birthday and Phil wants to give her the best birthday she has ever had. Last year he had forgotten her birthday so he wanted to go all out with her present this year. Phil's plans for the perfect outing are crushed when Lloyd takes out all the batteries to the future gadgets because it will get him "one step closer to fixing the time machine". Meanwhile Pim meets a fellow prankster and even has a crush on him.
Phil and Keely enter a science fair featuring next Century's "milk engine" sending Lloyd into a state of panic that the Diffys will be discovered. Phil and Keely sneak into the fair to retrieve the evidence so the Diffys can remain in Pickford.
Phil and Pim have been fighting all week. Lloyd and Barbara couldn't take it any longer so he called for a Versa Day. For one school day Phil and Pim have to switch lives. Meanwhile Lloyd wants to get Curtis a job....if only he could find a place that will hire him.
Phil and Keely have a huge test in Mr. Messerschmitt's class, but take advantage of The Giggle. Phil and Keely, then, both fail the test. So Phil tries to make it up to Keely. Meanwhile, Pim goes to an R-rated movie and brings curtis as her parent.
Lloyd and Barbara decide to go on a weekend road trip for their anniversery. They leave Phil in charge of Pim and if everything goes right then Phil will get an afterburner for his skyak. Once Pim hears this she is not happy and tries everything in her power to make the weekend go bad so Phil won't get the afterburner.
When no one watches Keely's investigative reports show Pim comes to the resuce by offering to help make her popular amongst her viewers again but Keely realizes that Pim is just abusing her to make money and goes back to making "real news" with Phil.
Keely finally gets the courage to ask Phil to the dance. Phil agrees to go and Keely walks away as students file past. The students clear and both Keely and Phil see the other doing a happy dance. Later, Phil's dad, Lloyd, tells the family that he has fixed the time machine and they are leaving the next day. Phil has to break his date to a crushed Keely. After Phil tells Keely he is leaving Lloyd breaks the time machine. Phil tells Keely he can now go to the dance with her but she already has another date, Owen. Phil is crushed and asks Via to the dance. At the dance Via and Owen help get Phil and Keely together.
Pim and Phil start school in 2004. Phil meets Keely and offers to tutor her in Algebra. Pim tries to get through her first day of school. This is the pilot episode of the series. This episode, "Future Jock" and "You Say Toe-Mato" aired as a three-episode event on August 13, 2004
A boy named Tanner asks Keely out, but Phil doesn't really like him. One day when Phil is doing a skit on stage a girl named Darcy walks in and asks the teacher that if he sees Tanner to tell him that she stopped by. Phil thinks this is kind of weird, so, using his Instamorph, he changes into Tanner and goes to investigate. He finds out that Darcy is also Tanner's girlfriend and that he is two-timing Keely, but when he tells her she just gets mad at him. Later, while Keely and Tanner are doing a skit on stage Darcy walks in and kisses Tanner right in front of Keely! Meanwhile, Pim tries to get Debbie and Bradley to break-up.
Phil replaces Curtis as field trip chaperone when Mr. Hackett is too ill to escort their class to the museum. Phil locates a part from the time machine during a class trip to the museum.Watch Now:Amazon
Phil makes a fool out of himself when he gets a question wrong in history and everyone laughs at him. It seems in the future they cloned Abraham Lincoln and Phil forgetting that he was in the present answered that Lincoln went down known as Stinkin Lincoln. Phil is angered by coming up with another excuse for why he said what he said. He feels like he is going to burst so he tells everyone his secret.
Phil loses the wizard and to his suprise he finds that Mr. Hackett has it. Now Phil is on a mission to get the wizard back. Will Mr. Hackett find out Phil is from the future?
Phil uses future knowledge to solve one of Mr. Hackett's seemingly impossible math problems, but Keely inadvertently blurts out the answer and is promptly upgraded to advanced math class. Rather than have Mr. Hackett even more suspicious of his family, Phil helps Keely continue to look smart among the other genius students - while Keely teaches her new classmates to navigate the shopping mall. After Candida pulls a static electricity trick on her, Pim shuffles her way to find the best method for acquiring energy.
Mr. Messerschmitt insists his students take the Career Placement Test. However, Phil doesn't know what he wants to do and doesn't want to be trapped in a job for which is not suited.
When Phil & Keely baby-sit Nathan, the trouble-making nephew of Mr. Messerschmitt, they get more than they bargained for, so they use the New-Ager, a device that changes one's behavior. But things go hay-wire, leaving Nathan to act like an old man, while Phil is acting like a little boy. Now it's up to Keely to solve the problem before Mr. Messerschmitt and Phil's dad get home. But her only salvation, Pim, is too busy using the Wizrd to create and then sell the latest school project.
Debbie enlists everyone is school to help her bake cupcakes except Pim. But soon enough Pim is forced into giving the drum beat to the bakers. Phil and Keely try to help the helpless bakers.Watch Now:Amazon