Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension
Science fiction
Children's television series
Written byJim Henshaw
Terry Saltsman
Directed byJohn Bell
René Bonnière
Country of originCanada
United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes15
Production locationsToronto, Ontario, Canada
Running time30 minutes (with commercials)
Production companiesPower Pictures
Hearst Entertainment
Original release
NetworkFox Kids
ReleaseFebruary 7 (1998-02-07) –
May 30, 1998 (1998-05-30)

Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension is an American horror television series. It is a spin-off of Eerie, Indiana. This series aired on the Fox Kids Network in 1998.


The series revolves around best friends Mitchell Taylor and Stanley Hope. Like earlier Eerie, Indiana residents Marshall Teller and Simon Holmes, they are constantly encountering strange and out-of-this-world phenomena in their hometown. Bill Switzer played the lead character, Mitchell Taylor.[1]



In 1997, the earlier show Eerie, Indiana, generated a new fan base when Fox's children's programming block Fox Kids aired the series, gaining something of a cult following despite its short run. The renewed popularity of the series encouraged Fox to produce this spin-off.[2]


The entire series is available on Tubi (though the episode "The Young and the Twitchy" is skipped over for unknown reasons) and YouTube (which has all the episodes, including "The Young and the Twitchy"). Freevee used to have this and the original Eerie, Indiana series until the end of 2023, when it was pulled.


No.TitleOriginal air date
1"Switching Channels"February 7, 1998 (1998-02-07)
Mitchell and Stanley discover that a cable installer turns televisions into portals to other dimensions after they find two similar-looking boys (Marshall and Simon from the first series) trying to communicate with them.
2"The Goody-Two Shoes People"February 14, 1998 (1998-02-14)
Mitchell and Stanley join Eerie's "Junior Executives Club" in order to fund their research on the weird, unexplained phenomena in their town...and learn that their teacher, Mr. Stepford, is abducting the members and turning them into robot clones so parents can finally have perfect kids.
3"Standard Deviation"February 21, 1998 (1998-02-21)
A woman from the Mad Bureau of Statistics cites Mitchell's family for not being "normal" and fixes to make Eerie, Indiana the most normal town in America...unless Mitchell and Stanley can reunite her with her Latino lover/tango partner who was abducted by aliens years ago.
4"Time Flies"February 28, 1998 (1998-02-28)
Mr, Tempis, a slick-talking salesman (Tony Rosato) and his scientist partner, Mr. Fugit, sell Mr. Crawford a coffee machine that causes time in Eerie to speed up.
5"The Phantom"March 7, 1998 (1998-03-07)
Mitchell and Stanley go ghost-hunting for a school phantom, only to discover that the "phantom" is actually a boy whose lack of self-confidence (and being ignored by his family) is literally turning him invisible.
6"The Young And The Twitchy"March 14, 1998 (1998-03-14)
When dashing soap opera star, Stag Carnalli, visits Eerie and stays with Mitchell's family, life slowly degenerates into a torrid soap opera, filled with love triangles, improbable plot twists, and bad organ music. Can Mitchell save his family before he gets caught up in the drama?
7"Last Laugh"March 21, 1998 (1998-03-21)
Howie "The Lip" Lippman, a gag-writing genius, helps Stanley become a master insult comic to get back at Eerie's local bully group, The Bad Apples, but Mitchell discovers that Stanley's comic mentor has cursed anyone who studies with him into going insane from being addicted to adulation, and the only way to save Stanley's mind is to get Bob the Janitor (who used to be a comedian named Freddie "The Headcase" Foster) out of retirement.
8"The Newsroom"April 4, 1998 (1998-04-04)
Mitchell and Stanley go down to Eerie's local newspaper office to complain about false advertisement when they receive a tin-can telephone in the mail, and discover that the editor created a typewriter that makes bad news come true.
9"Little Buddy Beep Beep"April 11, 1998 (1998-04-11)
A new Tamagotchi-style toy is taking over Eerie, Indiana, and Mitchell discovers that those who take the best care of Little Buddy Beep Beep become brainwashed slaves to churn out new versions of the toy.
10"Perfect"April 18, 1998 (1998-04-18)
Dolly Smith, a former beauty queen and current makeup saleswoman, recruits Mitchell's sister, Carrie, into being the new face of her cosmetics line, and Mitchell and Stanley must rescue Carrie from losing her brains and her freedom as the cosmetic and spa treatments slowly turn her into emotionless, brainless, and plastic.
11"Nightmare On Eerie Street"April 25, 1998 (1998-04-25)
The legendary Sandman (depicted as a late-night radio DJ) can't sleep, so he decides to keep all of Eerie awake with nightmares.
12"Mr. Lucky"May 2, 1998 (1998-05-02)
Mitchell gains continuous good luck after breaking a wishbone with a stranger at the World O'Stuff, but when the winning streak causes his family to hate him, Mitchell sues the stranger who cursed him.
13"Send In The Clones"May 9, 1998 (1998-05-09)
Mitchell accidentally creates a clone of his dad as a thirteen-year-old from a plant, and has to stop him from blowing up the school with a giant potato and the power of electricity.
14"I'm Okay, You're Really Weird"May 16, 1998 (1998-05-16)
Eerie's resident psychotherapist, Ziggy Lloyd, is turning all of Eerie's adults into immature, impulsive goofballs with his latest book and aromatherapy sessions, and the only way to stop it is to find Ziggy's mother.
15"The Jackalope"May 30, 1998 (1998-05-30)
Mitchell and Stanley fight to protect a mythical animal from being hunted to extinction by a ruthless poacher.


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