Annie’s journey improves as So Weird pushes forward with season three.
A new character joins the cast as So Weird soldiers on after Fiona’s departure.
So Weird returns, but Fi is leaving.
Fi achieves a sort of catharsis in the final episodes of So Weird’s second season.
“Encore” is So Weird in rare, raw, emotional form.
A mad scientist turns Fi into a dog. Because, well, why not?
An online study group turns out to be a vampire recruitment scheme in this update of Bram Stoker’s classic novel.
Merfolk and aliens make for a pair of genre-tastic episodes.
Fi gets trolled. At least it’s by an actual troll.
So Weird is a bottle of cultural ideas as perpetuated through art. This week, that idea is transhumanism.
Bo Diddley has only one scene, but his presence seeps through the entire episode of So Weird.
This pair of episode point to a television series being written for a Disney Channel that will never exist.
Fi’s search for the truth forces her to make a devastating choice in the second season’s culmination.
This episode may’ve indicated to Disney Channel that So Weird was not a fit for a new programming paradigm.
The darker corners of the Phillips clan come to light, as does a brush with a creature from classic lore.
In perhaps the strangest part of So Weird to date: nerds as love interests in concurrent episodes!
A series highlight delicately handles the pressures of maturation and the significance of family. And also a werewolf.
Henry Winkler comes back from the dead in a So Weird episode that lives up to the show’s title, and not always for the better.
Chocolate eclairs induce telepathy, and a possessed piece of driftwood takes over Ned’s mind.
A series highlight asks what it means to be afraid, and what it means to conquer fear.
Jewel Staite is an enchantress whose charms no man can resist. Also she guest stars in this episode.