Production info

When Pyramids Were Square
Canada/UK, 2002

TV-series Seriously Weird

Ryan Cartwright, Lucinda Davis, Ricky Mabe

In order to get more slaves for building a pyramid, an ancient Egyptian sorcerer travels to the future and offers wiz kid Harris a secret ingredient that will make his new soft drink irresistible - and highly addictive. (source: tv.com)

Episode from the children adventure series "Seriously Weird" about a 15 year old school nerd named Harris who gains the respect of his contemporaries when he becomes embroiled in a world of magic, aliens and witchery. For this he relies on an ancient relic called 'The Stones of Stephano' which has turned him into a magnet for everything weird in the universe.


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