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Tommy Cadle's seemingly normal life is turned upside down when a group of wild, outrageous aliens crash into his world. The outsiders take refuge in the boy's lighthouse and take over his life in the process. Tommy struggles to teach his new houseguests how things are done on Earth, but the aliens have their own ideas about what is best for Tommy and the "little mud ball of a planet" on which the youngster lives.

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Gumpers thinks he's traveled through time overnight.
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Dinko finds comfort in a large ham.
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Dinko devises a fitness program for Tommy.
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Radiation causes Tommy's hand to grow.
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Dinko decides to leave the lighthouse after Tommy becomes allergic to him.
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Swanky raises snails for food but grows attached to them.
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Dinko discovers that nobody has built a statue in Tommy's honor.
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Tommy will do anything to spend time with Gabby's cousin.
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One lucky kid will win a tour of Capt. Spangley's taffy factory.
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Dinko fills in for Tommy.
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Swanky eats his first potato chip, changing his mood.
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Dinko tries to save Tommy from a scarecrow.
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Tommy gets grounded but the aliens have other plans.
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Dinko constructs the Tommy Defense System.
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Flip is mistaken for a statue.
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Dinko makes Tommy a TV star.
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Tommy and Gumpers become best friends.
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Swanky discovers he has a wrinkle before his class reunion.
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Wondering what the cow is saying.
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Dr. Daffodil opens an office.
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Dinko's Camera of Destiny shows Tommy will get a black eye.

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