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Danny is an optimistic 12-year-old who likes tinkering with things. One day, he creates a time machine out of a lunchbox and travels to the future, where he becomes friends with a fearless creature, Future Worm. The duo then uses Danny's creation to make its way through time and space, going on adventures along the way. In some cases, an adventure grows out of a task as simple as Danny trying to make dinner for his parents; other times, Danny and Future Worm purposely travel through time to solve an issue.

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The gem quest that Danny long ignored comes back to haunt him when Bug's beloved pet, Hank Flappington, gets stolen for the gem-engine Danny gave Bug to power him.
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Future-Worm and Danny team up with Manchovy; Future Danny is caught.
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Future-Worm loses his body; Steak Starbolt acts as intergalactic president.
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Fyootch tries to prevent the Mecha-Muck Wars; Bug must overcome her fear of spiders.
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Bug gets her own sidekick but he turns out to be evil; Danny gets a parrot that turns out to be a time-traveling assassin.
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A wedge comes between Danny and Future-Worm; Barl moves into the Douglas' shed; Fyootch tries to stop the production of an embarrassing future TV show called "Top Ten Future-Worm Fails."
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Danny swaps places with Future Danny; Presto is fed up; again, Future-Worm learns the price of sacrifice.
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Ruby and Paco accidentally swap the egg they are minding for a future egg containment cell; Future-Worm grows fake arms to enter a wrestling contest; Brad and Rad genetically escalate a horseshoe crab to love hitting the gym.
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Future-Worm is embarrassed by his role in a future holiday movie; the family accidentally leaves Doug at the mall while Christmas shopping.
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Danny travels through time to avoid being grounded; Future Danny interrupts a ritual led by the Plierates; Future Danny pays a visit to Bug.
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Danny's mom accidentally stumbles into the Steak Starbolt virtual reality game; Danny and Fyootch set up a lemonade stand in a lemon-less future; the scientists who created Fyootch create more abominations of nature.
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All of Danny's exploded Robo-Carps come back to life as zombie-carps; creatures from another dimension invade Danny's house.
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An anchovy monster launches revenge on Fyootch and Danny; Danny invents a device that makes everything taste good; Steak Starbolt delivers a public service announcement.
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Fyootch leaves Danny to do one last job for a friend; Fyootch and Danny go on a road trip; must lead an army of rebels.
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Danny tries to prove that he is the biggest fan of the band, Titanium; Danny brings a lobster boy back from the past for a school project; Lobster Boy chases his dream of playing quarterback.
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Fyootch spends the day with Bug; Danny and Fyootch disagree and travel to the end of time; Megan's robot gets rejected.
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Danny builds a hermetically-sealed bubble for his dad; Future Danny gets held captive; Danny must escape detention.
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Fyootch forgets to get a gift for Danny; a new monster; Steak Starbolt gets wrapped up in a new game.
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Danny accidentally creates a giant monster; Danny and Future Worm travel back in time; Danny and Fyootch make an old man with a duck on his head president.
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When Danny's favorite Captain Cakerz cereal mysteriously sells out, he and Future Worm travel back in time to find out what happened to it.
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Megan wants to spend more time with Danny and accidentally stumbles into Danny's Steak Starbolt virtual reality game.

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