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Come on.|Put me in with the cargo.
Sir, the 10:00 to Costa Rica is booked,|but I can get you out in the morning.
Not if I'm dead, you can't.
Thankyou for nothing.
Hey, watch it.
Who does he think he is,|somebody important?.
- Sir, you forgot your keys.|- Keep 'em.
I need a vacation...
Hey, watch it!
I hope you're happy.
I think it's time you came|back to work, Dr. Dopler.
Let's take a look|at another example.
Say Amy is out for|a leisurely drive in her VW bug...
and along comes Eddie|in his Ferrari.
Hey, come on, that could happen.|Totally.
So, you're doing 20.
Eddie's doing 220.
-What does he look like when he goes by?.|-I don't know.Just a blur, I guess.
Exactly. And if he was going fast|enough, you wouldn't see him at all.
From Eddie's point ofview, you would|look as ifyou were standing still.
And that is a basic example...
of Einstein's theory|ofwhat, Eddie?.
- Didn't do your reading assignment?.|- That's a funny story.
See, science is a discipline.
This department has trained|some of the best minds in the world.
But nobody ever gets there|by just coasting along.
I don't mean to sound like your father,|but I take pride in my students.
I want to see them succeed. That means|doing the work, being persistent and...
not looking for|the quick-fix, easy way out.
We'll finish up Einstein when I get back|from the applied science congress.
In the meantime,|you guys have a couple days off...
to prepare foryour midterm.
- Hey, Dad.|- Hey, Zak.
This is a rare honor.
Come on, I visit you at work|every now and then.
But careful analysis reveals|it's usually because you need something.
Can you co-sign for my car?.|I got the down payment together.
There's a few cars I liked at Benson's,|and their lot stays open until 9:00.
Hold on a second.|Hey, Jer.
Where's my stipend|on the NASA consultation?.
- We finished that job three months ago.|- Working on it.
So maybe we can get there|around 7:00?.
Dr. Gibbs, your batch is up on the|mainframe. It's some pretty wild stuff.
- I'll be down in a minute.|- What are you working on?.
Last weekend an old student sent me|a project he's working on with QT Labs.
You remember Earl Dopler. One of the|best students to ever pass through here.
That freak who used to come over|and eat a lot of potato salad?.
He isn't a freak.|Eccentric, maybe.
Anyway, the word on this project|is very hush-hush.
Let's just say that,|hypothetically speaking...
it were possible to accelerate|your molecular structure...
until the rest of the world|seemed as if it were standing still.
- Cool.|- It's called hypertime.
Imagine being able to perform delicate|surgery between the beats of a heart.
This technology is going to|revolutionize medicine, science, travel.
Speaking of travel,|a car would be really nice.
So, did you download|those consumer reports?.
I was gonna do that|before you got home, but--
-Dad, you already blew me off last week.|-No, I was in a meeting with the dean.
Of course that's never|happened before, right?.
I want you to do your homework on this.|Let's see those safety reports.
- And we'll talk about it at home.|- Does that mean we can go tonight?.
It means we'll talk about it|when I get home.
It's very safe|and a great father-son activity.
Dude, you made all this|just by selling junk on your computer?.
Well, one man's junk|is another man's down payment, Meeker.
- Start thinking outside the box, man.|- What box?.
The box you're in that keeps you from|seeing that this $5-an-hour job blows.
Dude, I ain't gonna|be here forever.
Check it out. Bam!
Plur 1 02. DJ contest tomorrow night.|I'm signed up.
"Underground dance par-tay."
Yeah, that's very|"funk-fliggety" ofyou.
Dude, I been practicin'.|Sneaked away from the study hall.
Worked the turntables|in the tech room.
- Who is that?.|- Hey, dude, where you been?.
That's Francesca,|the new girl from Venezuela.
She goes to our school?.
That's gotta be good|for attendance.
Tell me about it.|She has PE when I'm in Marching Band.
I get smacked every time|the trombones turn to look at her.
- This is perfect.|- What?.
Foreign girl|in a foreign land, man.
She's all lonely and vulnerable.
I read about this in Cosmo.|I gotta go talk to her.
Oh, no, you're gonna get faced.
I'm not gonna get faced, man.|Come on.
Watch and learn.
You're gonna get faced.
Do you have the time?.
I mean, you go to my school,|right?.
I couldn't say.|What school is yours?.
Jefferson. My friend|watches you in PE.
you're new, right?.
Well, I'm Zak...
and I thought--
I know it can be kinda lonely|when you first move to a new town.
I thought maybe you needed|somebody to show you around.
I see.|It's so very hard for me.
I try to be brave, exploring the town|all by myself, when all I really want...
is to be giving my love to the very|first bozo who wants to know the time.
I read Cosmo too.
Okay, well, I'll see you|in school then. Okay?.
Hey, you did good, man.|I think she likes you.
Are you watching this?.
He was so cute, and now he's all,|"I'm a gangsta, yo."
Yeah, I was in earlier|about the Mustang.
You still have it, right?.|Cool.
I will be there later tonight|with the down payment.
- What are you doing?.|- This way it's more like homemade.
I want us to have a nice dinner tonight|before your dad goes to his conference.
- He's taking me to buy a car tonight.|- After dinner.
Mom, can I have some money?.
Did you do your chores?.
Have I told you lately|how much I respect and admire you?.
Buy a car,|give money to Satan.
You're so lucky|you're an only child.
Hey, Mom says|we can go after dinner...
which is cool because they're open|till 9:00, so we should still make it.
- Make what?.|- The car lot.
They've got a Mustang convertible.|I'm gonna trick it out with a V-8.
ConsumerReports|rated it a best buy--
good reliability,|decent gas mileage...
and pretty good crash test scores|for a convertible.
Okay, so what else|have you compared it to?.
Nothing.|That's the car I want.
You're not gonna prove your case|by ignoring all the other data.
It's not a clinical trial, Dad.
If something's right, you gotta close|your eyes, grit your teeth and hang on.
No, you gotta step back, weigh the|options and make a calculated choice.
I want you to do|your homework on this.
If the Mustang is the caryou want when|I get back, that's the car we'll get.
It's not gonna be there when you|get back.Just come look at it tonight.
When I get back. I gotta|go over Dopler's project tonight.
- You haven't heard from him in a week.|- Yes, but I promised to get to it.
That's what this is about, isn't it?.|This isn't about looking at other cars.
- What are you talking about?.|- Nothing!
You always have time foryour students|and never foryour own kids.
Now he's concerned about me.
Hey, I asked you|to come to this conference.
- Who was it who said he was too busy?.|- The Congress of Applied Science?.
- There's fun for the whole family.|- Stop it. Sit!
Eat.|Kelly, get off the phone.
- Okay.|- Come on, you guys.
Some of history's greatest|peace treaties have been signed...
over green beans|and beef Stroganoff.
I'm not hungry.
- Zak, I promise I'll take you--|- Tell it to Dopler.
I don't know how you work|in all this mess.
Honey, I was gonna|fix that foryou.
I bought a new toaster|a year ago.
Yeah, yeah, I know.
I don't wanna leave with something|like this between Zak and me either.
He's got so much potential|and, yeah, right now he can skate by...
but it's gonna catch up to him.
Maybe. But he's finding|his own way, George.
Just because it isn't your way|doesn't mean that he's lost.
Okay, let me put this back together|and I'll go up and make peace.
Don't forget.|You know how you get down here.
No, no, I promise.|Two minutes, hon.
- Wanna talk about anything before I go?.|- No, I'm good.
and my hotel, in case you|need to get in touch with me.
Have fun|with your science friends.
We'll work it out|when I get back.
Mr. Gates, I don't make policy,|but I do enforce it.
So they're shutting me down.
Hey, you knew it was|a black ops contract.
The administration found out about it.|They want it to go away.
Well, you need to make them understand|the significance ofwhat we're doing.
Look, Gates, I supported you on this|as long as I could...
but they've got a point.
What if one of the Saddams of the world|gets his hands on this stuff?.
The fact is, he can waltz|right through an entire army...
plant an A-bomb|in the president's bathtub...
and all our smart bombs and satellites|would be useless to stop him.
I'm not even finished|building it...
and they have me selling it|on the black market?.
the NSA expect your research,|your equipment...
the whole shooting match crated|and ready for pickup on Monday.
And if I'm not ready?.
We're taking it|whetheryou're ready or not.
Restricted access requested.
Please step forward|for retinal scan.
Have a nice day, Henry Gates.
You all ri ght?.
- How's he doing?.|- Seems okay.
But he wrote that|a half hour ago.
Bring him down.
Hello, Dr. Dopler.|How are things in hypertime?.
"How are things in hypertime"?.
Look at me.|I've been in here a week.
- It's like I've aged 20 years.|- At least 20. Maybe more.
Why don't you just kill me now?.
I was hoping|that wouldn't be necessary.
Besides, it's your own fault.
Ifyou'd solved the aging glitch|in the original design...
we wouldn't have had to|bring you back to build this.
The molecular stabilizer should reverse|the aging effects in hypertime...
but I'm having a little trouble|with the program and--
Earl, the NSAwants all our toys|in three days.
Well, they're their toys, right?.
They don't know the watches workyet,|and I don't intend to turn them over.
Besides, how can I|enjoy the power of hypertime...
if every time I use it|I end up looking old?.
I want this fixed in 48 hours.
Dude, that is impossible.
Well, then I guess|I will have to kill you.
Wait, wait, wait.
Maybe I could do it faster.
I mean, I'm still waiting|on some data from a friend.
Well, no, I mean--
I can trust this guy.|He's on the outside, but he's cool.
He's my college professor. If anybody|can crack the math on this, it's him.
What data did you send him?.
Well, actually, I--
I sent him a watch.
I want that watch back.
Mom! Zak's pants|knocked over Dad's stuff!
Dad was gonna fix this for me|so I could sell it. Figures.
When your father's old and gray...
you're gonna regret not having|a better relationship with him.
There's plenty of time for that.
Where are you guys going?.|I made breakfast!
Oh, no, that's it.|Get off the bike.
Hey, "Freaker," you trippin'|on some bad lunch meat?.
I hearyou signed up|for the spin-off tonight.
Ditmar, lay off.
Yo, yo, yo,|I ain't on him, all right?.
Listen up here, buddy.
Tonight it's just gonna be|me and you on stage.
You aren't gonna have|your little sister backing you up.
What was that?. 'Cause all I hear is|a crowd going, "Go, Meeker! Go, Meeker!'
This guy's hot, man!
I need to cool him off!
I'm Dit-O. I'm spinning|at Underground tonight. Wanna come?.
- You won't leave me hanging tonight?.|- No, dude, I'll be there.
Relax.|He probably blows anyway, man.
I gotta go do|something about this.
Oh, what's the matter?.|No habla ingles?
No, it's so very hard for me.|But I try to watch and learn.
- Oh, I'm sure you do.|- Like this!
All right, make a hole, boys.
Yo, I got a hole for ya.
That's a perfectly good trash can.|Don't be throwing students at it.
Come on, both ofyou.|You okay?.
Yeah, I'm okay.
- Move it.|- He started it!
I don't care who started it.|You finished it.
I didn't need any help.
I wasn't-- I wasn't--
I was looking for my buddy's retainer|in the garbage.
These band freaks|always, you know--
Right. Very nice.|Now, ifyou'll excuse me--
Okay, well,|since I have you here...
I'd just like to apologize|for being such a loseryesterday.
- Only yesterday?.|- No, every day.
Hey, I'll apologize for global warming|ifyou'll give me another chance.
A cup of coffee after school.|Come on.
I'm sorry, I have plans.
- Okay, how about afteryour plans?.|- I have more plans.
Would it be such a stretch|for some ofyour plans to include me?.
I guess we all deserve|a second chance.
Here's my address.
The only thing is, I have to|baby-sit my brother and sister...
but you can come by around 4:00.
Okay. Yeah, 4:00.
Yeah-- I mean, yeah,|that's probably okay, I think.
- Okay, so I'll see you then.|- Great.
I thought maybe we could spend some time|by the pool while the sun's still nice.
Yeah, works for me.|Catch some rays. Great.
There's another rake over there.
When I said "second chance"...
I was thinking dinner and a movie|or a cup of coffee.
I told you I had plans,|and you asked if they could include you.
I did, didn't I?.
- Yes, you did.|- Yeah.
Look at it this way.
You go to a movie,|you can't have a conversation.
You go out for coffee,|there's always a lull.
This way when there's a lull,|at least my leaves get raked.
Yeah, well, are you gonna do|the whole thing by hand?.
Yeah. My father says|it develops self-discipline.
That's what people always say|when they want you to do stuff for free.
I got a better idea.
Stop! You're supposed|to be helping.
- Sorry.|- Silly.
So where did you move|after that?.
When I was 1 5,|we left Caracas to go to London.
Just when I was making friends,|we got transferred here.
Wow, you've lived everywhere.
My dad took us to Legoland once.|Had the Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower.
Don't feel bad.|At least you have a place to call home.
Yeah, I guess, but it must be|pretty cool being a consul's daughter.
That makes you, like, royalty,|doesn't it?.
Right. I'm waited on|hand and foot.
I would like to catch|the dog that does this.
I was gonna make us|iced cappuccinos.
Cappuccino?. We don't have to|paint the house or wash the car first?.
Here, here, I'll do that.
I'll finish up out here|and you start on the caffeine.
- Really?.|- Yeah.
Great. Maybe we'll still|have time for a swim.
- Yeah?.|- What time is it?.
I don't know.
No, I do. Hold on.|It's...
Whatever that is.
Right.|I'll be right back.
A little coffee, a little swim.
That's what I'm talking about.
Go! Go! Get outta here!
You big rat! Come on!
Seriously,|don't make me kickyour ass.
I think I found|your troublemaker.
Whateveryou guys are throwing away,|it gave this guy a heart attack.
Whoa. Whoa. Whoa!
Get him out! Help!|Get him out!
I'm sorry. I am sorry.|I swear he was dead.
What is wrong with you?.|We were having such a good time.
- You can't work alone for two seconds!|- I was out there for a half hour!
Half an hour?.|I just walked in here.
"Hypertime exposure."|That's weird.
Maybe you should just go.
- We were gonna go swimming.|- Swimming?.
You want swimming?.|I'll give you swimming.
Wow, you have nice skin.
This is weird.
How did you do that?.
I have no idea.
Look, I don't know what you're up to,|but out you go. Come on, out.
Come on. Out. Let's go.
Wait, wait.|Something weird is going on.
- You and your rat, that's what's weird.|- No, I'm not trying to freakyou out.
I just pushed this button.
That's what I'm saying.
you did this?.
I think it was the watch.
My dad consults on these|super-secret projects...
and I think|this is one of them.
So, your watch stops time?.
"QT"?.|That's where Dopler works.
This must be the thing|my dad is helping him with.
He said something about it|accelerating your molecules so fast...
the rest of the world|would seem like it was standing still.
I don't think time has stopped.|I thinkwe're just moving really fast.
He said it was theoretical. I had|no idea he'd actually built the thing.
Look at this.
- Why did I speed up and not my brother?.|- I don't know.
Let's find out.
It's about time.
Did I leave you in hypertime?.|I'm sorry.
I guess for this to work|we have to be touching each other.
Sooner or later all guys say that.|Now what?.
with such awesome power...
comes awesome responsibility.
At least that's|what my dad would say.
But he's not here, is he?.
Where do we start?.
There's that woman who's always|giving me parking tickets.
Look at her. She writes them|before the meter even expires.
She has offended|my sense of justice.
Needs something more.
Whoa, perfect.|Come on.
Looks like we got|our own little Picasso here.
Well, he's about to enter|his blue period.
Nice nose ring.
That's Meeker's bike|he's stealing.
Oh, I don't believe this.
This guy promised me that|he'd hold this car for 24 hours.
Well, it's just not right|to break a promise.
Make it so, Number One.
- What?. We have Star Trek in Venezuela.|- Do it.
Dude, wait up!|Don't leave me like this!
DJ Swamp!|What's the deal, DJ?.
The people have decided, baby!
DJ Swamp is the winner|of this round!
Let's keep this thing goin'!
Let's get to our next two DJs!
First up, we got DJ Dit-O!
We also got DJ Meeker!
- Yeah! That's what I'm talking about!|- Where is he?.
All right, Dit-O, it's your time|to shine, baby! Let's do this!
What's up, Meek?.|Are you ready?.
He really is not|very smooth, is he?.
I can't take this anymore.
He needs so much help.|Here, stand him up first.
Okay.|What are we doing?.
A little dance lesson.
First off, let's give him|a little attitude.
Get one arm|while I grab the other and pull him.
Go! Go! Go! Go! Go!
This is wrong.|This is absolutely wrong.
No, it's Swan Lake.
Go, Meeker! Go, Meeker!|Go, Meeker!
- How's your head?.|- I thought I was gonna wet my pants!
- How's your head?.|- I thought I was gonna wet my pants!
This hypertime thing|is so trippy.
I knew it wasn't me doing the moving,|but I couldn't feel you guys moving me.
Actually, I thinkyour boy Dit-O|did wet his pants.
Zak, your watch is off the hook!
What we gonna do next?.
Hey, let's dress Coach Wells up|like Britney Spears.
- Didn't you say you have to get home?.|- Hey, forget that. Forget that!
Leslie Miller|has a slumber party tonight.
You know she got that pool,|and the girls get naked.
Or we could go to Vegas!
Go to Vegas!
Genius, hey!|We're not going anywhere.
My dad finds out I took the watch,|I'm gonna be grounded forever.
It's right up here.
You gotta be kidding me.
Oh, all right, fine.
I can take a hint.
You sure you don't want me|to come with you?. I got this plan--
See you Monday, Meeker.
- Good night.|- Yeah, okay.
Y'all have fun makin' out.
Oh, yeah, that's funny, Zak.|That's real funny.
You're abusing your powers!|I'm gonna call the Super Friends on you!
Oh, it's on now!|I'm gonna get you for this!
- So--|- So--
That didn't turn out so bad after all,|Mr. Second Chance Man.
Yeah, well, the way I figure it...
ifyou make a bad first impression,|things can only get better from there.
Right, and you take the prize|on both counts.
I'd better go.
- Now?.|- Yeah?.
At midnight|my father blinks the porch light...
and I turn back into a pumpkin.
Yeah, I should probably go too.
Although midnight|could be a pretty long time off.
Stop that. What, do you think that|magic watch is gonna get you a kiss?.
I just wanted to spend|more time with you.
You don't need magic.
I wanted to kiss you.
Sweet dreams,|Mr. Second Chance Man.
I had fun.
Shut up! Shut up!
Who are you?.|What do you people want?.
- Duh! They want to kill you, man.|- Why?. What did I do?.
Because you showed up, and you've got|something that's not supposed to exist.
Now grab those wires under the dash.|Go, go, go, go!
Okay, now bite the green one.
Okay, that's not it.
Okay, strip the red wire with your teeth|and touch it to the steering column.
Come on! Hurry up, man!|Just bite it!
Hurry, man, they're coming!|Go!
Come on! You're gonna|have to drive! Go, go, go!
- He's in the van!|- Come on!
Whoa, man!|You are gonna get us killed.
- This is not as easy as it looks.|- Yeah, I know, but--
- Who are those guys?.|- You don't want to know.
- What were they shooting at me?.|- Liquid nitrogen.
It's a quick and dirty comedown|from hypertime.
The cold slows|your molecular activity.
Probably faster|to gnaw off my hand.
So, is it me or are they|trying to kill you too?.
Yeah, they're probably up|for a two-fer at this point.
- Give me the watch.|- No!
- Give me the watch!|- Or what?. You'll adjust me to death?.
"Adjust me to death."|That's great.
Give me the watch!
- You crazy lunatic!|- "Crazy lunatic"?. That's redundant.
Give me that! Come on!
Whateveryou do,|don't get it wet!
although his vitals are elevated.
Oh, here he comes.
How you doing, Sleeping Beauty?.|You okay?. You all right?.
- Where'd you get the van, kid?.|- Not now. Let him breathe.
- Mom.|- Zak! Is he okay?.
He'll be fine.|It was just a mild concussion.
- How you feeling?.|- Okay, I think.
- Good. So you can stand trial.|- What?.
Hello! You stole a van|and crashed it.
Can I have his room|while he's in jail?. Please?.
- You almost got killed on that joyride.|- Honey, you had us so worried.
I don't know what got into him.|He's a good kid. Really.
This doesn't have to go|on his record, does it?.
No, you don't understand.
I was in hypertime with these guys,|and they were after my watch.
It's a molecular accelerator.|Here.
Oh, man. It's broken.
- They're gonna kill me.|- Who?.
- These guys! They were in our house.|- What?.
You couldn't see 'em.|They were invisible.
- Oh, yeah, right.|- Here you go, sir.
I said creamer, you twit.
- Is he gonna be okay?.|- I can't stay here.
- Oh, he's so faking it.|- Yeah. Yeah. I am faking it.
I'm sorry I stole the van.
I would love to tell you all about it,|but first I have to pee.
Come on, come on.
What are you doing?.
I can't go|unless there's some noise.
- Get some coffee.|- Let's go!
I don't want to hear|any excuses.
Just get back here.
I've got something I want delivered|to our contact at the FBI.
A little publicity should help|flush out Dopler and the kid.
Because we can't kill|what we can't find.
But without Dopler, how do you|finish the molecular stabilizer?.
Who needs the student...
when the teacher|is so close at hand?.
Hot Skates.|Junior Associate Meeker speaking.
I need to borrowyour mom's car.
What's going on?.|The cops are looking for you.
Just turn around slowly.|B.e cool.
You don't want to be seen|with me right now.
Okay, go home and get the keys|to your mom's Subaru.
What?. Are you crazy?.
Somebody is trying to kill me over this|watch, and it doesn't even work now.
Okay, dude, but you don't need a Subaru.|What you need is the police.
I just came from the police. Look at me.|They weren't as helpful as you'd think.
I need to go to Kingston to find my dad.|He might know who these people are.
Dude, that's a six-hour drive, man.
I gotta go.
Okay, Mr. Invisible,|where are you?.
What are you doing in there?.|Did you break into my house just to pee?.
to use the phone too.
What are you wearing?.
I know this sounds weird...
and it's the last thing you want to|hear from a guy after one date, but...
the cops are looking for me everywhere|and I've got no place else to go.
I need to borrow some clothes and money|for a bus. I promise I'll pay you back.
- Okay?.|- You are freaking me out.
- What is going on?.|- It's a long story.
The less you know, the better.
Things with the watch|have gotten really twisted.
I gotta get to Kingston and find my dad,|because they could be after him too.
Who is after who?.|What is happening?.
I don't know who they are.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.|I shouldn't have come here.
Wait. Slow down.
Come over here and just relax.
I'm glad that you came.|I am.
But ifwe're gonna be friends,|you have to tell me what is happening.
I told my brother I was getting|the car washed, so bring it back clean.
I can't thankyou enough.
- Call me when you find him?.|- Yeah.
What are you doing?.
You raked my leaves.|I can't let you go alone.
He's been calling all day.
This is the first chance I've had|to check my messages.
George, listen, calm down.
The police want you to stay there|in case Zak calls again.
If he shows up here|I'll let you know.
If he's giving you any trouble,|I can talk to him.
I just feel helpless,|sitting here waiting.
Welcome to the club!
I didn't mean it like that.
I've been everywhere trying to track|him down, and we couldn't reach you.
All right,|let's go overyour list.
Hi. I need the room number|for Dr. George Gibbs.
He's here with the convention.
And you are?.
In a hurry.
Let me see what I can do.
I never should have left|with something like this between us.
- Did he try to explain his behavior?.|- Not really.
I mean, he rambled on a bit|when he came to, but--
He said something about his watch being|a molecular accelerator or something.
Downstairs, on the shelf above my desk,|there's a box with a watch in it.
- See if it's still there, will you?.|- What's going on?.
Just check the box, okay?.
Just a minute.
- Are we there?.|- Yeah.
You know, I usually don't like to|meet a boy's father this soon...
but for you--
Do you think while we're there you can|tell him taking the watch was your idea?.
- Dr. Gibbs?.|- Yeah.
My name is Henry Gates.|I'm with QT Laboratories.
I believe we have a mutual friend,|Earl Dopler.
- He tells me you're an expert on--|- Whatever this is about...
it's gonna have to wait, 'cause I'm in|the middle of something very important.
You certainly are.
No payments for 12 months.|Don't wait.
The fire we reported|at the old fire hall...
- is still burning out of control.|- Front desk.
- How may I help you, Dr. Gibbs?.|- Hi.
- Did I check out yet?.|- Not that I know of, sir.
Did I change rooms?.
Dr. Gibbs,|is everything all right?.
And in othernews, it seemed like|a simplejoyride in a stolen van...
until the FB.I linked|the teenage suspect to the theft...
oftop-secret government|research by this man--
Dr. Earl Dopler|of QT Laboratories.
That's not Dopler.|Dopler is one of my dad's students.
- He's a hippie with long hair.|- Dr. Dopler is considered...
armed and extremely dangerous.
Well, at least they didn't|mention your name.
Ifyou should see him|or Zak Gibbs...
please contact|your local police department--
I'm officially freaked out now.
We can call my dad.|He knows people from the consulate.
- I know he can help.|- I'm not putting your family at risk.
It's bad enough I got you involved.
Hey, macho man,|I got me involved.
But maybe I should just call them|to let them know I'm okay.
What's this yo-yo doing?.|Hey! You're blocking us in!
What's he doing?.
Let me out of here!
Are you okay?.
You know,|the first date was nice.
This one, not so much.
What was that?.
I don't know.|Just stay cool.
Hi. How are you?.|Ready to give me that watch?.
All right, that's fine.
You know what I don't like?.|Gettin' kicked in the head!
That is subpar.
- I didn't know you knew karate.|- I don't. That was ballet.
Next time, kick harder!
Up, up, up.|All right, little dude...
hand it over.
And don't even think|about touching that dial.
Okay, okay.|What did you do with my dad?.
- I know you're a spy. It's on the news.|- That's not true.
I love my country. Now, give me|the watch so I can go to Costa Rica.
And no funny business, okay?.|Or your hottie here gets it.
Okay, okay.|Okay, here.
First chance I get, I'm kicking you|right between the eyes.
That's it.|Come to Papa.
I am so out of here.
- Dude, you got it wet.|- It's actually not--
All right, ifyou're Dopler,|then prove it.
Your mom's name is Jenny.|Your sister is Kelly.
You were born in May.|What else do you wanna know?.
This is messed up, Dopler.
- This is really messed up.|- How do you think I feel?.
I think he's lying.|Do you want me to kick him again?.
Yeah, all right.
If the watch makes you age,|then how come we haven't gotten older?.
- You weren't in hypertime long enough.|- What makes you think...
that Gates has my dad|locked up in hypertime?.
Because they took him|to replace me.
And there's no other way to finish|the molecular stabilizer...
before the feds shut him down.
Look, Zak, I'm sorry, okay?.|This is freaking me out too.
But your dad taught me|everything I know.
I mean, your dad|is like a father to me.
Right. Which is why you're in|such a hurry to get to Costa Rica.
Hey, no fair.|When I sent your dad the watch...
I had no idea that Gates was gonna|bogart everything from the feds.
There's gotta be something we can do|to get him out of there, right?.
- "We"?.|- Yeah, we.
Since you and my dad are so close,|I thought maybe you'd like to help.
I mean, I didn't say|that we were that close.
Oh. Okay. Fine.
Then I can drop you off at QT. I'm|sure Gates would love to have you back.
Now, can you fix this?.
But we're gonna need some stuff|you can't get at Radio Shack.
You heard the man.|Let's go shopping.
Hey there. Day passes for|the expo hall are $1 4, please.
I don't have any money.|Do you?.
You can't ask|your hostage for money.
- Hi.|- Hello.
- How are you?.|- Good. How are you doing?.
- Actually, I need some help, okay?.|- Hi.
- Let me askyou something.|- What can we do foryou?.
- What is this, exactly?.|- That is an airbrush gun.
Airbrush gun. Wow.
- You're into precision items, huh?.|- Yeah.
- Yeah?.|- Cool.
- What does this do?.|- It's for airbrushing cars and walls.
- Painting.|- Very cute. What is that over there?.
That's an industrial-strength|hot-glue gun.
- Hot-glue gun. Wow.|- It's a hot seller.
Well, Dexter,|you guys have been both so helpful.
- Thankyou very much.|- Thankyou.
- Bye.|- See ya.
- Mama.|- Don't get many of those.
All right. We just need someplace|quiet to go to work for a while.
While you're at it, can you make|that thing go any faster?.
What is it with you wacky kids today?.|It's like nothing's ever fast enough.
Oh, great.|We're out of gas.
- I guess I'm gonna have to go get--|- I'll get it.
Keep an eye on him?.
He's amazing, isn't he?.
Do you know him?.
Yeah, I've seen him around.
The side entrance is too obvious.|We'll never get in that way.
- I still can't believe he drew this.|- Sorry it's so rough.
I didn't have my protractor.
Okay. There's gotta be|another entrance.
Let's just step back|and look at our options.
You're starting to sound like your dad.|"Let's step back, look at our options."
Shut up. I'm nothing like him.
Oh, come on. I meant it as a compliment.|You don't have to blow your RAM.
Hey, hey, whoa, whoa.|What's this?.
What's under here?.|Is that like a sewer?.
- Ventilation, but close.|- Can we get in that way?.
Sure, ifyou don't mind|getting Ginsu-ed by the intake fan.
- Give me the new watch.|- Here.
There we go.
Now, check this out.
All that technology...
Huh?.|Let me do that like that.
- And I'll take that. Thankyou.|- Fine.
You don't even give a dude time|to admire his work. It's unbelievable.
What are you doing?.
I can sell that on eBay.
Zak, come in through the back door.
I came as soon as I could|after you called.
Hey, Meeker, you the man.
How's this gonna work again?.
Gates is gonna|have guards in hypertime.
We're gonna need to bring 'em|down to real time.
These babies ought to do it.
You take the paint out...
I put the frozen nitrogen in...
N2O to go.
Come on, come on, come on.|All right. This is it.
Just past here are the ducts|into the building.
Come on, Earl.
Here's the map.|This is as far as I go.
- We had a deal.|- Look, man, I'm scared.
Okay?. Ifyou went through|what I've been through...
this place would give you|the willies too.
I can't go in there, Zak man.
- He was like a father to you, right?.|- Hey, that's low.
And ifyou hadn't taken the watch to|begin with, he wouldn't be in there.
What are you talking about?.|You put my whole family at risk...
when you sent him that watch.
"Oh, I didn't know|it was a weapon, man.
I thought it was for science,|dude-man, Zak man."
- That's the truth.|- The truth is that man in there...
gave his life|to students like you.
He treated you like a son. Now he needs|something and it's too much foryou?.
You know what?. I am his son,|and I'm going in there.
Hypertime security response|required on level three.
Manson, check security levels|four and five.
Anderson, check the stairs.
I can hold these guys off.|Go get your dad.
Security breach, level four.
I'll see you at the fan|in five minutes.
Seal offall exit terminals.
Get off that bike!
Unauthorized hypertime,|storage level three.
Have a nice day, Ralph Sekada.
I really want to thank you|for bringing this back.
Let's go down to real time.
He's down here.
We're just about to find out|whether he's as brilliant...
as everyone says that he is.
He must be very fond ofyou.
I couldn't get him to do a damn thing|until I threatened to kill you.
- You swore you'd leave him out of this.|- Don't blame me. He's here on his own.
Maybe you forgot|to give him his allowance.
- You came here?.|- What was I supposed to do?.
Oh, Zak, no, no.
I was only cooperating with them|so that they'd leave you alone.
- I couldn't leave you here to die.|- So you had to come join me?.
- What?.|- Oh, Zak.
You're always saying that I only|show up when I need something.
Now I'm trying to help you,|you don't even appreciate it?.
Putting your life in the hands of|terrorists is not what I had in mind.
What is it with you?.
It's a good thing I'm your son instead|of one ofyour precious students.
- Then you'd be really disappointed.|- What are you talking about?.
Would you two just stop it?.
Sheesh.|You really are a lot alike.
Who's your friend?.
Francesca. From school.
No wonderyou wanted a car.
Restricted access requested|at northwest wing.
- What is it?.|- Agent Moore, sir.
Happy Monday, Mr. Gates.
Do you have some things for me?
I'm sorry for the inconvenience...
but I'm gonna have|to ask you to come back.
This isn't the prom, Gates.
The agency is serious about this.
Why don't you do us both a favor|and drop the games?.
You can't come in.
Gentlemen, start your engines.
Yes! We're gonna get out of here.|Everything's gonna be okay.
I wouldn't be so sure.
Change of plans, people.
We're gonna test|the molecular stabilizer...
while we're actually in hypertime.
Warning.|Clean room hypertime engaged.
- What's happening?.|- He's taking us all into hypertime.
Three minutes and counting!
Once he's finished with that thing,|he's not gonna need us anymore.
They're gonna kill us, aren't they?.
There's got to be|another way out of here.
Zak, this place is sealed|tight as a drum.
They've been experimenting|with hydrogen.
They turn them on from tanks|out there in the lab.
Zak, you're gonna blow us up.
- Not us. Them.|- Zak.
Come on!|Let us out!
I'm sorry for being|so caught up in my work.
It was never because I care more|about my students.
Sir, we got a problem.|We can't get in.
The access code to the molecular|stabilizer has been changed.
Very clever, Dr. Gibbs.
You changed the access code.
B.ut I thought we had an agreement.
I let your son live|ifyou cooperate.
Well, it's time to renegotiate.
He and the girl go free,|then you get your access code.
Get those kids out of there,|then bring that old man to me.
Zak, what are you doing?.
Finishing what I came here to do.|Come here.
- Gates tookyour watch.|- Gates took a watch.
He'd probably get $1 0 for it on eBay.|I switched them in the elevator.
Zak, you can't accelerate|when you're already in hypertime.
- It could kill you.|- We don't have a choice.
- No, Zak!|- We don't have any choice.
Your molecules are moving so fast,|your hand went right through the table.
Are you okay?.
I have no idea.
Here we go.
Sir, we got a problem in there.|The kid is doing something freaky.
Well, bring him down!
You know what to do.
Come on.|Let's get out of here.
Zak.|Your plan worked.
Let's get out of here.
- Say good night, little man.|- No!
Good night, little man.
Yeah.|It hurts, doesn't it?.
I'll take that, thankyou.
So what do you have in mind|for our next date?.
Dopler, next time you need help with|your math homework, don't call me.
Did you ever get this little|anti-aging gizmo working?.
'Cause I don't wanna|stay like this forever.
Forget about it.|I never got a chance to test it.
Oh, thank God you're okay.
- What happened?.|- It's okay.
I'm just a little more|distinguished, that's all.
He'll be here in a minute.|He had to make a stop.
- What?.|- No, no. He's just fine.
- Daddy! Daddy!|- Oh, honey, it's so good to see you.
There he is.
Oh, Zak!|Oh, thank God you're okay.
- You must be Francesca.|- Hi.
Hey, creepy. Nice ride.|I hearyou're a big hero now.
Well, I wouldn't say hero, but--
Look, I'm not gonna be nice|all day, so enjoy it.
- Hey, who's that?.|- Actually, honey...
there's something I forgot|to tell you on the phone.
We had a little problem|at the lab.
I guess we're gonna have|some company for a while?.
Oh, hey, Mrs. G.|How's it hangin'?.
- Dopler?.|- Hello, gorgeous.
Hit it. Let's see what|this thing can do. Yeah!
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