Harmony sees a quiet student and jumps to the conclusion that he is a sad loner, she channels Eris in an attempt to shake up his dull existence. And what better to shake it up with than boobs, a public outing, and an escaped gorilla?
A slightly out of shape student with no real problems to speak of (Kate McKewin) is running for Student Council. Some well-meaning teachers and a girl try to help her with her (already successful) campaign.....and things get messy. There are bees. Will Eris save the day?!? Depends on what you mean by "save".
In "Just a Girl", faced with a rash of car thefts and a whole lot of misogyny, delicate little Mindy Ree must do her best to help solve the crime wave.
America. Comfortingly divisive and intolerant. How will Eris cope when it teeters dangerously on the edge of becoming a melting pot of Cultural Get-Alongyness? (Featuring Paula Rebelo and James Michael Cowan)
When a new student (Zach Schwartz) is targeted by bullies, Eris teaches him a lesson in fighting back. But what happens when he gets a wee bit too big for his breeches?
Off on a jaunty outing with two students, Harmony loses what is most precious to her. Meanwhile, Dick and Mindy desperately try to help Little Jimmy Morrison (Ernie Hal Long) and Susie Brown (Caitlin Ribbans) escape the clutches of an evil spirit. Also there's a woman with hairy armpits.
When a disgruntled student (Jeremy Kinser) steals a powerful device, Eris must enlist the aid of other Olympians (Mark Leasor, Katie Rediger) to get it back. Along the way, she begins to question her mission in life. And there's jerking. Lots of jerking.
In the Season One Season Finale, superhero Eris finds herself questioning her calling; perhaps chaos doesn't really lead to betterment. When a student's pet dies at the hands of the Amish, she tries a new approach - attempting to solve problems rather than create them. Will she find enlightenment on this new path?