Maddie's birthday party has an Aladdin theme, but when her stepbrother's separate birthday gets ruined, and he does not get the hoverboard he craves, he deliberately alters the Aladdin story, sucking both of them into the world of the fairy tale--and while he gets to be Aladdin and find the genie, Maddie is stuck as a camel.
Maddie McMatthews is convinced that her new stepbrother, Holden, is the worst sibling ever, especially after he ruins her class presentation on the fairy tale Cinderella with his snide questions--but when the two eleven-year-olds are sucked into that fairy tale, they have to work together to restore a happy ending if they want to get home.
Maddie is starring in her school's production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, so she is glad that her annoying stepbrother is visiting his father and not there to mess up another fairy tale--except it turns out that Germany is not far enough away to prevent the malicious fairy Resplenda from working her curse on the two step-siblings, and they must bring about a reconciliation between the Wicked Queen and her victims.
While eleven-year-old Maddie McMatthew's stepbrother Holden has been a little more tolerable since their first adventure, at the Halloween party he breaks another fairy tale by saying Beauty would never have fallen for the ugly Beast--and once again the two children find themselves sucked into another story and faced with having to set things right if they want to get home.
As a teenager growing up in the 1980s, all Jerry Mahoney wanted was a nice, normal sham marriage: 2.5 kids and a frustrated, dissatisfied wife living in denial of her husband's sexuality. It seemed much more attainable and fulfilling than the alternative--coming out of the closet and making peace with the fact that he'd never have a family at all. Twenty years later, Jerry is living with his long-term boyfriend, Drew, and they're ready to take the...
Viewers take a trip back to those nostalgic days of the 1950s with this collection of vintage children's television programs. Many of these shows are rare, and in some cases the only surviving episodes of their respective series.