A man breaks the fourth dimension and sells his find to Bob Evil without thinking he'd have to go back in time to fix everything Bob Evil messes up. Meanwhile, the SOL is just driving about time and space until Mike utters the words "Lost in Space," which encourages Tom and Crow to act out dialogue inspired from the TV show. When Mike botches a parallel parking job with the Widowmaker, he and Pearl exchange an unlikely light hearted conversation into why she's so evil while Tom hogs the TV remote control on the Satellite. Later, in an effort to help Mike's lot in life, Crow uses their time machine to go back to Wisconsin in 1995 where Mike is working at a cheese factory and talk him out of getting into temp work later on. Mike's band becomes his all consuming desire and Crow goes back to the present to find Eddy, Mike's abusive older brother who fills Crow into Mike's new fate, which isn't pretty at all. Crow decides he has to go back in time to stop him from stopping Mike from ... Written by
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Director David Giancola
was only 20 years old when he shot this movie with a minuscule budget of $150,000. The licensing fees paid by Best Brains for its use, which helped pull the original movie out of the red. See more
Although Crow calls the little brown car Nick steals (and immediately crashes) a "tan Yugo," it's actually a Mazda GLC. See more
So, in the future kids become gay agents?
References Space: 1999