13: Nuclear Family Album
9: A Date With Jet Screamer - Commentary
Audio commentary with Janet Waldo, the voice of Judy Jetson.
10: The Jetsons: The Family of the Future
11: Space Age Gadgets
12: Rosie the Robotic Maid
8: Rosie The Robot - Commentary
Audio Commentary with Janet Waldo, the voice of Judy Jetson.
Thursday, October 1st, 1987
1: The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones
The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones is an animated TV movie, featuring the first meeting between the characters from The Flintstones and The Jetsons. Made by Hanna-Barbera, as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series.
Friday, January 15th, 1988
2: Rockin' with Judy Jetson
Rockin' with Judy Jetson is a 1988 musical made-for-TV movie produced by Hanna-Barbera and aired in syndication as a part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series. It is based on the animated television series The Jetsons.
Friday, July 6th, 1990
3: Jetsons: The Movie
Jetsons: The Movie is a 1990 animated comedy-drama musical film produced by Hanna-Barbera and released on July 6, 1990, by Universal Pictures based on the hit cartoon series, The Jetsons (the 1980s revival, in particular). The film features the final voice roles of George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc who both died during production of the film. It was dedicated to both their memories and was also the film debut of Brad Garrett.
Sunday, March 10th, 2002
5: The Best Son (John K.)
George and Jane are upset when Elroy steals something and decide to trade him in exchange for a robot kid.
Sunday, March 10th, 2002
6: Father and Son day (John K.)
George and Elroy both play hooky to spend a day of male bonding.
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009
4: The Jetsons Return to the Future
This documentary includes creators, historians and voice talent reminiscing about how the popular series was revived for a second season 20 years after its debut, and focuses on how creators kept the show true to its original '60s spirit while revamping it for a broader, younger audience.
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
7: The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!
Sunday, September 23rd, 1962
1: Rosey the Robot
Jane wants a maid but George says they can't afford it. He invites Mr. Spacely over for dinner but what he doesn't know is that Jane has taken a free one day trial offer on a slightly used 'Rosey'. George is in a panic because he thinks that he can't possibly convince Mr. Spacely that he needs the raise if he sees Rosey. In a pinch, Rosey takes leftovers and whips up a delicious dinner and a Pineapple Upside Down Cake. Spacely fires Jetson and storms out the door. He calls a little later, munching the cake and says that anybody that can make such a delicious cake can't be all bad. In the meantime, Rosey has left, thinking that she caused the family trouble, but they find her at the bus stop and take her home for good ....
Sunday, September 30th, 1962
2: A Date with Jet Screamer
Pop star 'Jet Screamer' organizes a quiz, first prize: a date with the celebrity himself. George tries to make sure Judy won't win, but Judy is the lucky girl. Without her knowing it George acts as a chaperone.
Sunday, October 7th, 1962
3: The Space Car
George and Jane go shopping at Molecular Motors. The Supersonic Suburbanite turns out to be too much for them so the buy a car similar to their old model. They get mixed up with bad guy Knuckles Nuclear and his gun Moll.
Sunday, October 14th, 1962
4: The Coming of Astro
Jane and the kids want a dog for personal protection, George doesn't believe in that but wants to keep everyone happy. To George the answer is an apartment approved electronic dog, one of those nuclear powered trouble free dogs: Electronimo! At the same moment the rest of the family found a biological dog. A contest should point out the superior dog. Astro proves to be the superior dog when he unwittingly tackles a burglar terrorizing the apartment building.
Sunday, October 21st, 1962
5: Jetson’s Nite Out
George Jetson and his boss Cosmo Spacely attend a robot football game. George fools his wife into thinking he's working late so that he won't be able to attend a PTA meeting.
Sunday, October 28th, 1962
6: The Good Little Scouts
The only way George can get a vacation out of Mr. Spacely is to accompany Space Cub Troop #54 on their camping trip on the moon. George proceeds to get lost, but is rescued by Mr. Spacely's son, Arthur.
Sunday, November 4th, 1962
7: The Flying Suit
Spacely's competitor Cogswell invents a flying suit. Meanwhile, Elroy thinks he's invented a flying pill. When George picks up the wrong suit at the cleaners, he is convinced Elroy's pills actually work.
Sunday, November 11th, 1962
8: Rosey's Boyfriend
Judy and Rosey find boyfriends. The problem with love is that you're either up or down ... and the animated junk pile being Henry's assistant gets a little confused.
Sunday, November 18th, 1962
9: Elroy's TV Show
The future TV producers got bored with cowboy and doctor's programs, so the want Elroy as 'Space boy Zoom and his dog Astro'. Of course Spacely wants his son and dog on TV instead, badly ...
Sunday, November 25th, 1962
Spacely buys a new robot 'Uniblab'. This means George actually has to work the full three hour work day. Or so it seems, until but George's janitor finds a solution.
Sunday, December 2nd, 1962
11: A Visit from Grandpa
George's father visits. On his way he fixes a lady's vehicle, they exchange addresses. Because of some miscommunication the Jetson family think they got involved while in reality grandpa just baby-sits for someone else.
Sunday, December 9th, 1962
12: Astro's Top Secret
Another tale of Big Business competition: At the Moonside Country Club, Spacely and Cogswell each vow to put the other out of business. Spacely thinks his ticket is Astro the flying dog. He ultimately discovers that Astro has only swallowed a flying toy.
Sunday, December 16th, 1962
13: Las Venus
George and Jane visit Las Venus for gambling and entertainment. The trip is paid by Spacely because George has to try to sell some sprockets to a female client. Now George has to please his wife and the client.
Sunday, December 23rd, 1962
14: Elroy's Pal
Elroy's wins a contest to meet his big hero 'Nimbus the Great' from the TV show. Unfortunately the player is very ill and cannot come. George stands up for Elroy and visits 'Nimbus' to prevent a disappointment for Elroy. The only solution is to have George wear a Nimbus suit and visit Elroy ...
Sunday, December 30th, 1962
15: Test Pilot
Spacely wants to test a new everything-proof jacket. By mistake George's doctor tells him he has only a couple of days left to live. Now who would be a better victim to test the jacket than George?
Sunday, January 6th, 1963
16: Millionaire Astro
Astro turns out to be the long-lost dog of a millionaire. The Jetsons have to let Astro go. Now Astro has everything a dog can wish for, except the love of the Jetson family ...
Sunday, January 13th, 1963
17: The Little Man
Compression technique explained The Jetson way. Without the decompression mechanism working George is reduced to a mere 6 inches. The only way to fix the decompression system is by replacing parts manufactured by the big competitor: Cogswell Cogs.
Sunday, January 20th, 1963
18: Jane's Driving Lesson
Jane gets fed up with public transportation and decides to take driving lessons. After all, Elroy can get a learner's permit when he's 8 years old, so Jane should be able to get driving lessons, can't she? Her talents scare the teacher so much, he goes back hunting wild lions again. Accidentally Jane thinks she's got a new instructor while that persons turns out to be a crook on the run ...
Sunday, January 27th, 1963
19: G.I. Jetson
Private Jetson is drafted, as George is a family man he gets a full two minutes to report for duty. They're all given an aptitude test, and one not-so-bright recruit jams a square peg into a round hole, whereupon the automated grading program determines that his 'original thinking shows leadership potential' and makes him a general. Spacely turns out to be the commanding officer and the site is a full 10 minutes away.
Sunday, February 3rd, 1963
20: Miss Solar System
Jane decides to enter the Miss Solar System contest without George knowing. However, Spacely Sprockets is sponsoring the contest. George & Mr. Spacely are judges, but Mrs. Spacely removes her husband from the judges' stand & George is the ""Mystery Judge"".
Sunday, February 10th, 1963
22: Private Property
A new building is built next to Spacely's company. The owner of the new plant turns out to be Cogswell and George finds out the new building is 6 inches over Spacely's property. Spacely makes Cogswell walk on his hands and knees, Jetson is promoted. That is until it turns out Spacely's existing building is actually 6' over Cogswell's ground ...
Sunday, February 17th, 1963
23: Dude Planet
Jane badly needs some rest and goes to 'Dude Planet' with a friend. The rest of the family stays at home and tries to run the household.
Sunday, February 24th, 1963
21: TV or Not TV
George and Astro accidentally see and robbery. That is: they THINK they witness a robbery. It turns out they were in a movie-set. To prevent a law suit the producer does everything to buy them out, while George and Astro do everything possible to avoid being caught by the 'robbers'.
Sunday, March 3rd, 1963
24: Elroy's Mob
A miserable student exchanges his report tape with Elroy's. Elroy gets home and his George and Jane play the tape: 'F, F, F, F'. Elroy cannot convince them there's a mix up. Therefore Elroy and Astro decide to run away ...
42: Crime Games
Monday, September 16th, 1985
1: Elroy Meets Orbitty
On a field trip to mars Elroy picks up a remarkable looking stone and takes it home. It turns out to be the egg of a rare pet. The Jetsons decide to keep the pet and call it Orbitty. Orbitty turns all kinds of colors to show his emotions. He can fix machines unlike a gremlin who usually sabotages them. He also has spring-like legs, enabling him to bounce, and has plunger-like legs that makes him stick to many surfaces. He often uses them to hang from the ceiling.
Tuesday, September 17th, 1985
2: Rosie Come Home
Rosie thinks the family doesn't want her anymore after doing everything wrong. The problem is, she needs a new program according to Henry Orbit. When Rosie spies that George & Jane looking @ new robot maids, she thought she was obsolete (when they were really looking for the part). She runs away looking for jobs & a room to stay. Their new robot maid is a real dictator that drives them crazy. While Judy's taking her driving test, she spots Rosie! She takes her back home & finds the new maid! So she heads to the scrap pile about to kill herself until they rescued her. Jane explained everything, Henry fixes up Rosie with a new program & Rosie throws the new robot maid out of the Jetson home!
Wednesday, September 18th, 1985
3: Solar Snoops
An unknown package delivered to Spacely Sprockets contains a robot sentry dog named "Sentro", and Spacely decides to use it to guard his "Chocolate Microchip Cookie". However, the "Galactic Sneak"—a spy for Cogswell Cogs—has pulled a Trojan-Horse–type move by hiding inside Sentro's body to infiltrate Spacely's plant. When he and Sentro steal the prototype Microchip Cookie, it's up to George Jetson—who discovers a want-ad in the news for an executive secretary for Cogswell Cogs—to become "Georgina Jetstream", infiltrate Cogswell Cogs, and get Spacely's cookie back.
Thursday, September 19th, 1985
4: Judy's Birthday Surprise
Judy tells her talking lips diary of the events of the week before her birthday on Sat. expecting her parents to throw her a surprise birthday party. Curley Quasar helps her when her space car breaks down when no one else will help her. Then she avoids him the rest of the week thinking he isn't one of the in-crowd. On Sat. thinking everyone has forgotten Curley comes over with a gift for her & she changes her mind about him.
Friday, September 20th, 1985
George is Superhero for a day with the help of a thought remote, but he might stay that way forever because the remote gets broken.
Monday, September 23rd, 1985
6: Family Fallout
Mr. Spacely & his family are invited to appear on ""Family Fallout"". So he schemes to find a family dumb enough to compete against them which would be The Jetsons. Who won the grand galactic prize? Who got zonked?
Tuesday, September 24th, 1985
7: Instant Replay
George meets a scientist who has invented Replayola, a device that enables a person to change bad moments of life to good ones. George buys it from him and immediately uses it to be a good public speaker, make the family rich, and even make a run for President. But when an old boyfriend of Jane's gets into the picture, jealous George decides to erase the moment they kissed. But this turned out to be on his wedding day and as a result, he has no family. Will George be willing to give up his riches and power to get them back?
Wednesday, September 25th, 1985
8: Fugitive Fleas
After losing out on a big raise, George gets "compensation" from Mr. Spacely with tickets to an outer space theme park. There, the family go on various rides and attend a flea circus. Afterward, the Moon fleas escape on Astro and seek sanctuary with the Jetsons because their ringleader mistreats them.
Thursday, September 26th, 1985
Jane can drive, and accidentally crashes Mr. Spacely's car that she borrowed, which causes him to gleefully take it out on George, making him a virtual slave and groveler, until it was discovered that the brakes are jammed. This absolves the Jetsons, and then the tables are turned and a furious and humiliated Spacely becomes the reluctant servant of George.
Monday, September 30th, 1985
10: One Strike, You're Out
After Cogswell is picked as Tycoon of the Day by a magazine, Spacely is determined to produce more sprockets by overworking his staff and hiring more human labor. This causes the robots to revolt against the humans and the humans to revolt against Spacely. As a result, George is caught in the middle of it as the crisis takes away the time he needs to spend with Elroy to help build his robot athlete for the Robot Olympics at his school. But appropriately, this leads to the solution at work when he has to play the role of the robot when he nearly ruins his son's project.
Tuesday, October 1st, 1985
11: Mother's Day for Rosie
As Mother's Day approaches, Rosie is sad because she doesn't have a mother herself. But through research, George is able to find a previous model of his robot maid and try to get a picture. Meanwhile, Jane tells George not to go overboard for her, but she eyes a mink stole that she hopes he'll get for her on her special day. Mr. Spacely tells him to buy it, but for his wife. Realizing his error, will George be able to get out of the mess he's gotten into?
Wednesday, October 2nd, 1985
12: S'no Relative
Two scientists remove a block of ice holding an alien creature from a frozen planet. Upon returning to Earth, it slips from their grasp and thaws out on the Jetsons' barbecue. They believe him to be their alien cousin who's arriving for a visit. The scientists then realize they have to return the alien to his homeworld before his people realize he's missing and a resulting war will break out.
Thursday, October 3rd, 1985
13: Dance Time
George tries to make a good impression on Judy's dance party with experimental dancing shoes.
Monday, October 7th, 1985
14: Judy Takes Off
When Mr Spacely discovers that the only rival to his wife for 'Woman of the Year' is Jane - so he tries to discredit her by secretly filming the antics of Judy.
Wednesday, October 9th, 1985
15: Winner Takes All
George competes in a sports contest to get an account for Spacely Sprockets.
Friday, October 11th, 1985
16: The Mirrormorph
A Mercurian Mirrormorph that was supposed to be delivered to the local scientific institute winds up going to the Jetsons' residence instead and causes all sorts of trouble as it messes up Judy's date and gets George fired as it has the ability to impersonate anyone who touches it. But if the same person holds it for more than 10 seconds, it could end up multiplying out of control and overrunning Orbit City!
Monday, October 14th, 1985
17: The Cosmic Courtship of George and Jane
It's George and Jane's wedding anniversary. Yet George forgets and Jane throws a fit. Afterward, they recap to the kids how they got together. Later, when watching a news report, they found out that the man that married them was a fraud. So they decide to go to Las Venus to renew their vows (Legally, this time).
Tuesday, October 15th, 1985
18: High Moon
George tries to break Elroy's fascination with spies by taking the whole family to an old west town. While there, Bad Bart Blaster challenges George to a showdown. Bad Bart's dog & Astro gang up on Bart and save the day!
Thursday, October 17th, 1985
19: Hi-Tech Wreck
George and family are sent to outer Moongolia after he fails to help a malfunctioning RUDI when Mr. Spacely tries to demonstrate a pleasure program to the executive board members. The situation will lead to further disaster as RUDI threatens to destroy the Earth unless George is able to restore his programming.
Friday, October 18th, 1985
20: Little Bundle of Trouble
The Jetsons gets a baby on their doorstep, but this is no ordinary baby. He's really the pint-sized jewel thief Tiny Terror in diguise.
Tuesday, October 22nd, 1985
21: Elroy in Wonderland
The night before the family leaves on vacation to Club Mellowstar, George shows Elroy some old tools his great-great grandfather used to work with. After they get there, the supervising robot restricts Astro from joining them as dogs aren't allowed at the resort. Elroy later frees him from confinement and the two scramble to get away from the supervisor, only to wind up in an unusual junk land occupied by old obsolete tool robots. Elroy and Astro work alongside some of them to prove they're not as useless as they're regarded. Will the two be able to find a way out of the junk land?
Wednesday, October 23rd, 1985
22: The Swiss Family Jetson
The big city drives the Jetson family mad, and they decide to move to an empty moon. They live in a true paradise until some real estate brokers discover the paradise like moon and turn it into a crowded city. The Jetsons find themselves where they started from anyway.
Thursday, October 24th, 1985
23: Rip-Off Rosie
When Rosie accidentally eats a faulty lug-nut (thinking it's a piece of a chocolate lug-nut) her programming goes haywire and she starts to steal things not only from her own family, but from shop's too! Rosie is programmed to think that there is "A place for everything, and everything in its place." Can George Jetson manage to save Rosie from herself? Probably.
Monday, October 28th, 1985
24: Fantasy Planet
With all the problems the Jetson family have, they decide to take a trip to Fantasy Planet. The host has each family member in capsules to live out their fantasies. GEORGE: Boss of Jetson Sprockets! JANE: Queen of an asteroid where she does absolutely nothing. JUDY: Pop-star (naturally) ELROY & ASTRO: Super hero team. They realise their fantasies aren't that glamourous, they use a device to end their fantasies.
Wednesday, October 30th, 1985
25: Space Bong
Nearby Earth is the headquarters of 'SNEEK', and Skata-Hara, the female leader of this evil organization. 'SNEEK' mistakes George for Secret Agent Space Bong, and kidnaps him in hopes of getting the Secret Formula.
Thursday, October 31st, 1985
26: Haunted Halloween
The curator of a museum takes a special interest in Orbitty, wanting to make him his special project in time for Halloween. Will the Jetsons lose their pet alien to the curator's scheme?
Friday, November 1st, 1985
27: Astro's Big Moment
Mr. Spacely assigns George to be the judge for the annual dog show. But this leads to a very stressful situation for him as his family wants him to make Astro the winner, as well as the boss wanting him to insure his wife's poodle comes out on top, and even a mobster gets into the act by making George choose his mutt as the top dog. What choice will George make?
Monday, November 4th, 1985
28: Jetsons' Millions
A winning lottery ticket makes the Jetsons millionaires.
Tuesday, November 5th, 1985
29: The Wrong Stuff
After winning a school science contest, Elroy is invited with the family to view a space shuttle launch. But he gets more than he bargains for when he and Astro get aboard the shuttle and get launched into deep space. They're able to return to Earth, but are significantly changed in an unexpected way.
Thursday, November 7th, 1985
30: The Vacation
Jane wins a vacation on the Love Rocket. George meets his old girlfriend and Jane meets her first boyfriend on the rocket. Elroy and Judy find out and try to save the marriage.
Monday, November 11th, 1985
31: Team Spirit
The latest battle between Spacely and Cogswell is now on a spaceball field with George as a pitcher and robots as the players.
Tuesday, November 12th, 1985
32: Future Tense
In an alien shopping gallery, Jane Jetson unwittingly buys sunglasses that allow whoever's wearing them to see into the near future. When George Jetson finds this out, he decides to take his wife to the space-horse races, to make a little extra money off of Jane's ability to see which space-horse will come in first. Will George's idea succeed, or is he playing with fire?
Wednesday, November 13th, 1985
33: Far-Out Father
Elroy is worried about his homework assignment in which he has to show a video of his father at work. He fears George won't be impressive to his classmates as the other fathers. Meanwhile, Astro is lovesick for the new neighbor's poodle.
Friday, November 15th, 1985
34: Dog Daze Afternoon
George and Jane accompany Mr. Spacely to a business convention where they hope to show off the company's lastest invention, the E.X.I.T. (EXecutive Instant Teleporter). Meanwhile, Judy is in charge of the household as Elroy tests his own invention, a dog trainer, in hopes of earning money helping the neighborhood dogs to better behave themselves. But a mixup of program discs causes near disasterous results on both sides that could lead to George's firing and Elroy having to look for all the missing dogs.
Tuesday, November 19th, 1985
35: Grandpa and the Galactic Goldigger
A pair of con artists mistakenly believe Grandpa Jetson is rich when they see him using Mr. Spacely's credit card to buy gifts for his wife and mother-in-law Mrs. Meltdown, the latter having moved in with them to his dismay. The boss hopes Grandpa can romance Mrs. Meltdown so she can move out, but the old man falls for the young female con, which could lead to jeopardy if they aren't careful.
Wednesday, November 20th, 1985
36: Robot's Revenge
A disgruntled robot gets fired from yet another job--this time at a gym where George is a member as a result of his usual incompetence. As payback, the robot issues a code red in which all machines turn against George. And the timing couldn't be worse as Jane's great aunt visits when the family believes she'll be leaving an inheritance.
Friday, November 22nd, 1985
37: To Tell the Truth
After having Elroy confess to breaking Jane's favorite vase, George winds up in a situation where he escorts a beautiful actress hired to sponsor Spacely Sprockets onboard a space flight, which takes off with him still onboard the ship, and having to get home late via a travelling space circus. Will Jane buy George's wild story?
Monday, November 25th, 1985
38: Boy George
A worn out George starts to feel old and decides to go on a diet and exercise program. When visiting a nutrition store, the owner successfully tests a youth tonic on one of his lab animals. George manages to make off with some of it. But when he tries it out, it works too well as he's as young as his son, and actually attending school with him!
Wednesday, November 27th, 1985
39: Judy's Elopement
In a bit of confusion, George believes Judy is going to elope with Mr. Spacely's nephew.
Thursday, November 28th, 1985
40: The Century's Best
As the first mail he receives, Orbitty gets an application in which he can enter any one of the family for Person of the Year. This leads to a dispute between the Jetsons as each tries to convince him he or she would be the best choice for the entry. Who will Orbitty pick as his entry?
Friday, December 13th, 1985
41: A Jetson Christmas Carol
In a take-off of Charles Dickens "The Christmas Carol," Mr. Spacely is being so greedy and selfish that he would even make Ebenezer Scrooge blush. On Christmas Eve, he's first haunted by his former (ghostly partner) Jacob Marsley (a blue humanoid alien who's now wrapped up in mummy bandages.) Jacob Marsley warns Mr. Spacely about the consequences of being greedy. Mr. Spacely is too full of himself to take Marsley seriously, so now he's going to be visited by (what a surprise, not!) three more spirits. First up is the Ghost of Christmas Past (A giant floating robotic head.) Second is the Ghost of Christmas Present, who literally looks like a Christmas present! Finally, the Ghost of Christmas Future (a tall, speechless mega-computer) appears and finally knocks some sense into Spacely. Spacely takes the true meaning of Christmas spirit to heart by showering gifts and presents on the Jetson's family, and everybody (predictably) lives happily ever after.
Monday, October 19th, 1987
1: Crime Games
A malfunction of the TeleViewer causes Elroy to discover a robbery plot by "The Gripfather" (a take on "The Godfather"), and George ends up trapped in the middle of it.
Wednesday, October 21st, 1987
2: ASTROnomical I.Q.
Elroy invents an evolution machine. By mistake his evolutes Astro by 10,000 years, increasing his I.Q. by 4000 points. George bets everything he owns by playing chess with a little help of Astro. At that moment Astro is caught by the dogcatcher. When that doesn't work he enters a brainy game show where the contestants can win millions.
Friday, October 23rd, 1987
3: 9 to 5 to 9
Rocky Retro is the new hunk in school and Judy loses him to Marcia because she has a car. Judy wants her own car and has to find a job to pay for that. She accepts three jobs: walking dogs through space, doing construction work and taking orders at a fly-thru burger joint in a nearby solar system.
Tuesday, October 27th, 1987
4: Invisibly Yours, George
It seems that Orwell Spacely, Mr. Spacely's nephew, is the company's inventor. George becomes the company's Guinea Pig. Just when the patrolling police think no one breaks the 500 mph speed limit, they see a car driven by a man without a face. The new invention doesn't clean people like it is supposed to, it makes them invisible!
Thursday, October 29th, 1987
5: Father/Daughter Dance
The annual father/daughter dance means embarrassment for Judy so she fakes the 48 hour flu. Still Jane promises that this year will not be the disgrace from last year because dad is taking dancing lessons. Using a super sniffer the kids try to find their father to peek at one of his lessons.
Monday, November 2nd, 1987
6: Clean as a Hound's Tooth
George ends up going to the dogs after a dentist experiments dog teeth on his mouth.
Wednesday, November 4th, 1987
7: Wedding Bells for Rosey
Rosey falls in love with the robot of the janitor. To get a 'green card' for that robot they need to get married. But can robots get married?
Friday, November 6th, 1987
8: The Odd Pod
Jane enters a garden contest. Astro crushes Jane's plant and the plant passes away. George buys Jane a new plant at 'Far Out Flowers', a rare import 'A Martian Creeper'. It turns out to be a very rare breed ...
Tuesday, November 10th, 1987
9: Two Many Georges
With genetics one can duplicate every possible living thing. A great way to duplicate George, so one can work and the original one can stay at home and enjoy leisure time. But which is which?
Thursday, November 12th, 1987
10: Spacely for a Day
A medical test shows that George is more suited to be president of the company than Spacely himself. That is: after Elroy finds out Spacely distracted George during the test on purpose so he could pay him less salary. Elroy forces the score and George is executive for 2 weeks. Will George behave or will power raise to his head? Mr. Cogswell tries to put Spacely out of business when George is in charge for two weeks.
Sunday, March 10th, 2002
11: The Best Son (John K.)
George and Jane are upset when Elroy steals something and decide to trade him in exchange for a robot kid.
Sunday, March 10th, 2002
12: Father and Son day (John K.)
George and Elroy both play hooky to spend a day of male bonding.