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Series overview 
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|YTV (Canada)||Nickelodeon (US)||YTV (Canada)||Nickelodeon (US)|
|1||13||October 31, 1990||August 15, 1992||June 19, 1991||November 14, 1992||May 18, 2006|
|2||13||September 25, 1991||June 19, 1993||January 22, 1992||October 2, 1993||November 28, 2006|
|3||13||October 28, 1992||January 8, 1994||January 20, 1993||April 16, 1994||April 24, 2007|
|4||13||November 17, 1993||October 1, 1994||January 19, 1994||January 21, 1995||November 13, 2007|
|5||13||October 7, 1995||April 20, 1996||February 26, 2008|
|6||13||February 27, 1999||May 15, 1999||April 19, 2008|
|7||13||May 2, 2000||June 11, 2000||August 19, 2008|
Episode list 
Season 1 (1990–1991) 
|1||1||"The Tale of the Phantom Cab"||Ron Oliver||Chloe Brown||Frank||Flynn and Dr.Vink|
|Two brothers get lost in the woods and come across a mysterious cab driver and a scientist who challenge them to answer a riddle in order to escape.|
|2||2||"The Tale of Laughing in the Dark"||Ron Oliver||Chloe Brown||Betty Ann||Zeebo|
|A boy decides to prove to his friend and sister that a funhouse isn't haunted by stealing the nose of the clown dummy built in memory of a corrupt circus performer who died while escaping the police during a robbery. However, clown-related items begin popping up out of nowhere along with messages to return the nose. The boy returns the nose to fun house, even leaving a box of cigars as peace offering to Zeebo's ghost.|
|3||3||"The Tale of the Lonely Ghost"||D. J. MacHale||Naomi Janzen||David||Beth|
|A girl agrees to spend the night in an abandoned house haunted by a lonely deaf girl.|
|4||4||"The Tale of the Twisted Claw"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||David||Miss Clove|
|Two boys scare an old lady who lives in a creepy house the night before Halloween. The next night they trick or treat at her house and she gives them a special treat, a vulture's claw, granting them three wishes apiece, but they soon find out that the wishes come true -- at a price.|
|5||5||"The Tale of the Hungry Hounds"||D. J. MacHale||Anne Appelton||Kristen||Giles the farmhand and the Hounds|
|A girl wants to ride horses like her late aunt. However, upon finding her old riding outfit and trying it on, she becomes possesed by her aunt's spirit; before she died from a riding accident, the aunt had to feed her dogs.|
|6||6||"The Tale of the Super Specs"||Ron Oliver||Chloe Brown||Gary||The Black Figures and Witch|
|A prankster buys his girlfriend a pair of gag glasses, but when she puts them on, she sees strange beings in black who live among the humans.|
|7||7||"The Tale of the Captured Souls"||D. J. MacHale||Anne Appelton||Kiki||Peter Kirlan lll|
|A family moves to a lakeside resort headed by a young man who uses the house mirrors to capture the family members' souls so he can stay young forever. Unaffected by Kirlan's choice, the daughter notices her parents are becoming tired and looking older by the day and eventually destroys the device Kirlan was using to maintain his immortality.|
|8||8||"The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors"||Jacques Payette||Chloe Brown||Betty Ann||Mr., Mrs. and Lex Braun|
|Two kids suspect that their new neighbors may be vampires.|
|9||9||"The Tale of the Sorcerer's Apprentice"||D. J. MacHale||Stephen Zoller||Betty Ann||Dean, Dr. Oliver and Goth|
|A high school outcast awakens an ancient secret hidden in the school about an evil wizard.|
|10||10||"The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun"||D. J. MacHale||Nick Webb||Eric||Erin|
|During rehearsals for a school play based on an Irish folk tale, a boy is cursed into transforming into a changeling by a banshee.|
|11||11||"The Tale of the Dark Music"||Ron Oliver||Chloe Brown||Eric||The Evil Thing in the Basement & Koda|
|A boy figures out that there's something evil hidden inside his basement that comes out to feed every time he plays music on the radio. In the end, the unseen creature offers the boy whatever he desires in exchange for feeding it other humans as food.|
|12||12||"The Tale of the Prom Queen"||Jean-Marie Comeau||Chloe Brown||Kristen||None|
|Two boys befriend a girl who they encourage to join them in trying to solve the mystery behind a prom queen's death.|
|13||13||"The Tale of the Pinball Wizard"||D. J. MacHale||Louise Lamare & Tom Rack||Gary||Mr. Olson|
|A mischievous kid who is obsessed with pinball, finds himself trapped in a mall at closing time and the protagonist of a real life pinball game.|
Season 2 (1991–1992) 
|14||1||"The Tale of the Final Wish"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Kristen||The Sandman|
|A teenager who still believes in fairy tales and "Happily Ever After" gets sent to a world under her bed where her family and friends are trapped in eternal sleep by the Sandman and her beloved fairy-tale characters are out for her blood.
Guest Star: Bobcat Goldthwait as The Sandman
|15||2||"The Tale of the Midnight Madness"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Frank||Nosferatu and Dr. Vink|
|A movie theater about to shut down due to lack of sales and public interest gets a revival, courtesy of Dr. Vink selling a rare copy of the 1922 film Nosferatu for distribution in exchange for one night a week to show his other films. When the arrogant manager refuses to honor his deal with Vink, the good doctor uses his magic to bring the vampire out of the film when one of the employees is watching it to understand what the attraction to it is. After the manager falls victim to Nosferatu, the two other employees lure the vampire back into the film, where (unlike the hero, who stupidly tried pulling the coffin into the sunlight), they pull a curtain off the window and fry the vampire into dust. Once Vink's magic wears off, he appears in a seat in the theater, commenting on what a good show they put on before the manager tells Vink he'll honor their agreement after all. However, Vink turns the tables by showing them he now OWNS the theater and his movies will be seen.|
|16||3||"The Tale of Locker 22"||David Winning||Chloe Brown||Kristen||None|
|A girl is assigned a locker that takes her back to 1968, where she and her friend must save a hippie girl named Candy Warren (Jennifer Irwin) from dying in a chemistry lab explosion.|
|17||4||"The Tale of the Thirteenth Floor"||Michael Keusch||Anne Appelton||Betty Ann||Leonid, Olga, and Raymond|
|Two siblings discover a toy company on the thirteenth floor — and strange tenants who want one of the siblings. It is later revealed that these "toy makers" are in fact aliens, who are trying to retrieve the sister, who is an alien from their planet who got left behind 10 years ago by accident and now must wait another decade before they can try again.|
|18||5||"The Tale of the Dream Machine"||David Winning||Darren Kotania||Written by Kiki; told by Gary due to Kiki's laryngitis||The Typewriter|
|An aspiring writer finds a typewriter that makes everything written come true – including the impending death of his best friend.|
|19||6||"The Tale of the Dark Dragon"||D. J. MacHale||Allison Lea Bingeman||David (for Gary's birthday, borrowing Sardo)||The Dark Dragon Potion|
|A teenage boy, still bitter and self-conscious about a limp he received from a car accident, buys a potion from Sardo's magic shop that will make him the best he can be and more confident. The potion works, making the boy physical able and handsome. However, after the potion wears off, he finds that he is becoming ugly and has black scales appearing on his skin. Sardo, failing to read about the potion in its entirety, informs the boy that the potion is slowly turning him into a Dark Dragon, and the only way to cure this is to be free of his insecurities. His friend, a nerdy girl with glasses that has a crush on him, drinks the potion and becomes beautiful. However, this puts her in danger due to the after-effects being more severe with larger dosages, they both confess they like each other, freeing them of their insecurities and leaving them still attractive. The potion did its work after all.|
|20||7||"The Tale of the Frozen Ghost"||Ron Oliver||Naomi Janzen||Kristen||None|
|A boy and his babysitter (Melissa Joan Hart) are haunted by the ghost of a boy who froze to death after robbers stole his coat and abandoned him in the woods. The ghost repeatedly says "I'm cold," making them look for the boy's coat out in the woods; they give it to him and find the missing part of their aunt's furnace, which reveals a robber hid gold coins in it and solves their financial problems.|
|21||8||"The Tale of the Whispering Walls"||D. J. MacHale||Allison Lea Bingeman||Betty Ann||Master Raymond|
|A babysitter and her two charges have a car breakdown in front of a house that traps its visitors.|
|22||9||"The Tale of the Full Moon"||Ron Oliver||Ron Oliver||Frank||Gordon the Werewolf|
|Two young pet detectives suspect a neighbor, who is dating their mother, of being a werewolf. However, they later discover it's actauly his brother, Gordon, and his mother accepts this. Eventually, they become one happy family; the mother has the husband she wants, and the son has want he's always wanted: a dog, er, a werewolf in this case.|
|23||10||"The Tale of the Shiny Red Bicycle"||David Winning||Cassandra Schafhausen||David||None|
|A teen, still traumatized by his best friend's death, begins seeing the boy's ghost and his beloved bicycle and fears that it's a sign he's being blamed for causing the accident.|
|24||11||"The Tale of the Magician's Assistant"||Ron Oliver||Cassandra Schafhausen||Gary||Nazrak|
|A young boy becomes a magician's apprentice and learns why it's never a good idea to steal a professional magician's wand.|
|25||12||"The Tale of the Hatching"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||David||Mr. and Mrs. Taylor|
|Two siblings are sent to a boarding school that's really a nursery that brainwashes human kids into caring for reptilian aliens bent on world domination.|
|26||13||"The Tale of Old Man Corcoran"||Ron Oliver||Scott Peters||Kiki||Marshall McClain|
|Two brothers join a group that plays hide and seek in a graveyard that is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of the old caretaker. However, is Corcoran the real ghost in this story, or do these children have a secret they aren't telling about themselves?|
Season 3 (1992–1993) 
|27||1||"The Tale of the Midnight Ride"||D. J. MacHale||Darren Kotania||Tucker||The Headless Horseman & Brad|
|A boy named Ian moves to Sleepy Hollow, where he learns the truth about Ichabod Crane and comes face-to-faceless with The Headless Horseman himself.|
|28||2||"The Tale of Apartment 214"||Scott Peters||Scott Peters||Kiki||Madeline|
|A girl befriends an old lady who turns out to be dead – and begins haunting the girl when she forgets to spend time with her. She appeases the spirit by moving into her apartment to ease her loneliness (as she doesn't want to move on and scares off anyone else who wants the apartment); it's happy ending (until she goes up and moves out).|
|29||3||"The Tale of Watcher's Woods"||David Winning||Gregory Kennedy||Sam||The Old Hags and The Watcher|
|Two campers, Sarah and Kelly, get paired up as part of a summer camp hike and stumble upon a coven of old witches with a secret past. It turns out these witches were girls who got trapped in Watcher's Forest by the Watcher himself; he challenged them to find the whistles it toke from them, but its been half a century and they've gone insane; they blame anyone who enters the forest of being the Watcher's ally. However, once the whistles are returned to them (after being stolen from a display case honoring them at camp), Sarah and Kelly are let go and both have become fond of their time at camp.|
|30||4||"The Tale of the Phone Police"||Jean-Marie Comeau||David Preston||Tucker on a phone||The Phone Police|
|Two prank phone callers get hunted down by a covert vigilante group bent on erasing the identities of people who disrespect the telephone.|
|31||5||"The Tale of the Dollmaker"||David Winning||David Preston||Betty Ann||The Dollhouse|
|A girl named Melissa becomes obsessed over her friend Susan's mysterious disappearance – until she discovers a strange dollhouse in Susan's attic and finds that Susan has been trapped inside; an evil magic turns however stays inside of it (after coming in through a secret door) into dolls if they stay too long.|
|32||6||"The Tale of the Bookish Babysitter"||Iain Patterson||Teleplay By: David Preston
Story By: Cliff Bryant & Alice Elliot
|Betty Ann||The Witch, The Knight and The Ghost|
|A TV-obsessed boy is left with a babysitter who teaches the child the wonders of reading — by using magic to take him inside the stories.|
|33||7||"The Tale of the Carved Stone"||Ron Oliver||Susan Kim||Gary||Septimus|
|A new girl in town, desperately trying to find friends, buys a stone from Sardo's magic shop that takes her back in time to the 1890s, where she meets another lonely youth who lived in her family's new home.
Guest Star: Frank Gorshin as Septimus
|34||8||"The Tale of the Guardian's Curse"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Tucker||Dr. Capel-Smith|
|Two siblings accidentally resurrect a mummified Egyptian queen while staying at their father's museum.|
|35||9||"The Tale of the Curious Camera"||Ron Oliver||Susan Kim||Betty Ann||The Camera and The Gremlin|
|A boy finds a camera that can predict doom for anything – and anyone – it photographs.|
|36||10||"The Tale of the Dream Girl"||David Winning||David Preston||Sam||None|
|A teen named Johnny falls in love with a mysterious girl named Donna – but strange things happen when Johnny finds Donna's ring and Johnny's sister discovers that Donna is the ghost of a girl who died in a car accident with her boyfriend. Johnny later finds out that he is a ghost as well, and Donna's boyfriend, having suffered amnesia.|
|37||11||"The Tale of the Quicksilver"||Michael Keusch||Wendy Brotherlin||Kiki||The Poltergeist|
|Two boys who move into a house that was once lived in by a girl who died while trying to rid her room of an evil spirit.
Guest Star: Tatyana Ali as: The Quicksilver, Laura/Connie
|38||12||"The Tale of the Crimson Clown"||Ron Oliver||Darren Kotania||Gary||The Crimson Clown|
When a young bratty boy steals the money his older brother saved up for their mother's birthday present, his brother scares him with the story of a crimson clown who punishes naughty children.Gary was inspired to come up with story after Tucker stole a poem he wrote for Sam.
|39||13||"The Tale of the Dangerous Soup"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Frank||The Gargoyle and Dr. Vink|
|Dr. Vink runs a restaurant in which all the workers are running scared from a demon who harvests their fears in order to create a popular dish.
Guest Star: Neve Campbell as: Nonnie Walker
Season 4 (1993–1994) 
|40||1||"The Tale of Cutter's Treasure (1)"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Gary and Frank||Jonas Cutter|
|Part one of two. Two brothers unleash the spirit of a ruthless pirate named Jonas Cutter after unlocking an antique treasure chest in Sardo's Magic Mansion.|
|41||2||"The Tale of Cutter's Treasure (2)"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Gary and Frank||Jonas Cutter|
|Conclusion. When Cutter kidnaps one of the brothers, it is up to the other to save him and avenge the death of their great-grandfather killed by Cutter himself. First and only episode that Dr. Vink is an ally to the protagonist, as well as his final appearance in the show. After Cutter is trapped in his collapsing treasure store, each boy is gifted with a gem from it by Dr. Vink, who toke some of it to fund future "endeavours".|
|42||3||"The Tale of the Renegade Virus"||Ron Oliver||Andrew Mitchell & Gerard Lewis||Gary||The Virus|
|As revenge for all the money his friend never pays him back, a boy places a virus in an experimental virtual computer game his friend is trying out. However, the virus has other plans; instead of torturing the boy, it intends to escape into the real world by taking over the boy's brain.|
|43||4||"The Tale of the Quiet Librarian"||David Winning||Susan Kim||Kiki||Ms. Gregor|
|Two children find themselves locked in the local library after hours – and haunted by the ghost of Ms. Gregor, a strict librarian who kills her victims by silencing them.|
|44||5||"The Tale of the Water Demons"||Ron Oliver||Scott Peters||Tucker||The Victims' Ghosts|
|Two cousins work as delivery boys to an old man who is haunted by the ghosts of drowned ship passengers who were robbed of their jewelry and valuables by the old man.|
|45||6||"The Tale of the Long Ago Locket"||David Winning||Gerald Wexler||Sam||The British|
|Boy Meets World's Will Friedle guest stars as a lovelorn boy who finds himself lost in the woods – and lost in time, back to the days of the American Revolution, to help a soldier reunite with his love who is about to be betrothed to another man.|
|46||7||"The Tale of the Silent Servant"||Jean-Marie Comeau||Wendy Brotherlin||Betty Ann||The Scarecrow|
|Two cousins, Anne and Jared, use a magic stick to turn a scarecrow into their slave who does everything perfectly, including carrying out an inadvertent murder plan.|
|47||8||"The Tale of the Room for Rent"||Will Dixon||Lucy Falcone||Sam||The Pilot Ghost|
|A ghost haunts an old man as revenge for supposedly killing him during a WWII plane crash and stealing his girlfriend.|
|48||9||"The Tale of the Ghastly Grinner"||Ron Oliver||Ron Oliver||Betty Ann||The Ghastly Grinner|
|Ethan Wood, a would-be comic book artist and fan, buys the first issue of The Ghastly Grinner, a comic book featuring a Joker-esque clown villain who turns his victims into drooling, giggling idiots and the writer of the comic has suddenly disappeared. The comic fan inadvertently brings the Grinner to the real world after microwaving the comic book to dry it out after it got soaked. The only way to defeat the Grinner is send him back into the comic book world and defeat him with microwaves. Other than that, the only way is to erase him when his spirit is in a picture.|
|49||10||"The Tale of the Fire Ghost"||Jean-Marie Comeau||Scott Peters||Tucker||The Fire Ghost|
|Two siblings, with the help of the ghost of a dead firefighter who was killed in the line of duty, battle against the spirit of fire itself.|
|50||11||"The Tale of the Unfinished Painting"||David Winning||Lucy Falcone||Gary||Mrs. Briar|
|A would-be artist (played by Jewel Staite) spends time at an art studio run by a witch named Mrs. Briar who owns a set of cursed paintbrushes that trap anyone who signs their name on a completed piece. Thanks to figure out that the brushes are sent into the world within the paintings, the artist frees herself and breaks all the other brushes, freeing all fo the victims.|
|51||12||"The Tale of the Closet Keepers"||Iain Paterson||Teleplay By: David Preston
Story By: Michael Kevis
|A deaf girl and her bully find themselves in a strange building that's really an intergalactic zoo – with human children from around the globe as the main attraction.|
|52||13||"The Tale of Train Magic"||D. J. MacHale||Gerald Wexler||Frank||Ray Lawson|
|A boy (played by Gregory Smith) who loves trains finds himself aboard a toy train modeled after a real train that crashed 80 years ago and killed everyone on board when the Conductor fell asleep and didn't check his watch to know when to switch the track. The Conductor, tired of reliving his death, tries making the boy take his place so he can enter the afterlife; the tables are turned when his pocket-watch is broken and the train is put on the right path, leaving him with noting but the tracks and no way to pass on.|
Season 5 (1995–1996) 
|53||1||"The Tale of the Dead Man's Float"||D. J. MacHale||Will Dixon||Stig||The Pool Zombie|
|A teenage science nerd named Zeke and his girlfriend Clorice discover an abandoned swimming pool in their high school that was built on top of a graveyard, leaving an angry spirit to take its vengeance on anyone who swims in it.|
|54||2||"The Tale of the Jagged Sign"||Will Dixon||Susan Kim||Kiki||None|
|A girl sent to stay with her aunt tries to solve the mystery of a strange symbol and a ghost waiting in the mountains for the woman he loved.|
|55||3||"The Tale of Station 109.1"||Ron Oliver||Scott Peters||Stig||None|
|Comedian/former Saturday Night Live cast member Gilbert Gottfried guest stars as a DJ named Roy in this tale of a death-obsessed boy who discovers a radio station that takes its listeners to the afterlife – whether they want to go or not. Thy boy goes to the station to find out what it's about, only to be mistaken for an old man who was transported in a hearse he was checking out at the time of the broadcast, and have a bracelet strapped on him that makes him immaterial and destined to go to the afterlife even though he's not dead. However, thanks to his brother coming into contact with the old man's spirit (and the afterlife officials who employ Roy), the boy is allowed to be set free and the old man goes on to a peaceful afterlife.|
|56||4||"The Tale of the Mystical Mirror"||Craig Pryce||David Wiechorek||Betty Ann||Ms. Valenti|
|A self-conscious girl (played by Lexi Randall) gets hired to work at a boutique where a former beauty queen named Ms. Valenti (played by Jayne Heitmeyer) uses a magic mirror to turn her employees into dogs for use in her occult rituals to stay beautiful and immortal.|
|57||5||"The Tale of the Chameleons"||Iain Patterson||Mark D. Perry||Betty Ann||The Chameleon|
|Sister, Sister stars Tia and Tamera Mowry appear in this tale of a reckless girl who gets bitten by a chameleon, who's actually a shapeshifter out to switch bodies with the girl. It succeeds temporarily before having the process reversed.|
|58||6||"The Tale of Prisoner's Past"||Ron Oliver||Alan Kingsberg||Tucker||None|
|Two stepbrothers accidentally release a convict's ghost while visiting an old prison on a school field trip.|
|59||7||"The Tale of C7"||David Winning||David Preston||Sam||None|
|In the last episode directed by David Winning, a family buys an abandoned hotel with an old jukebox that summons spirits from the past if anyone plays the song on C7.|
|60||8||"The Tale of the Manaha"||Will Dixon||Gerald Wexler||Tucker||The Shaman|
|A young boy – often used as the butt of practical jokes – inadvertently gets revenge by stealing a statue that releases flesh-eating monsters called Manaha while at a summer camp.|
|61||9||"The Tale of the Unexpected Visitor"||Jacques Laberge||Alan Kingsberg||Kiki||The Alien Kid|
|Two boys use top-secret audio equipment to broadcast their music into space – which gets a response from an alien boy who wants to come to Earth to play.|
|62||10||"The Tale of the Vacant Lot"||Lorette LeBlanc||Gerald Wexler||Kiki||Marie the Store Owner|
|An insecure young girl shops at a bizarre store that supplies her with everything she needs to be popular — in exchange for her soul.|
|63||11||"The Tale of a Door Unlocked"||Ron Oliver||Scott Peters||Gary||The Toy Door|
|A boy buys a toy door from Sardo's Magic Shop that predicts death for a girl he likes. Through the use of another door given to her, he pulls her away from the flames thanks to Sardo's magic.|
|64||12||"The Tale of the Night Shift"||D. J. MacHale||Chloe Brown||Sam||The Walking Dead and The Vampire|
|A hospital worker accidentally uncovers a coffin in the basement, releasing the vampire within it. The vampire slowly begins hunting down the staff and patients, turning them into the walking dead (even drinking transfusion bags dry); he also posseses a trainee nurse and patient to lure victims. Thankfully, the hospital worker is able to resist the vampire's control and help burn his coffin, igniting the vampire and making him fall off the roof..|
|65||13||"The Tale of Badge"||Iain Patterson||Wendy Brotherlin||Gary||Badge|
On her sixteenth birthday, a girl learns from her Irish grandmother that she is a witch and must use her newfound magic to stop a demon named Badge. She succeeds in playing a melody that seals Badge back into a stone; her grandmother erases her brother's memory of the events to prevents news of sorcery actually existing.Note: Final episode to use the original credit music before the series' revival.
Season 6 (1999) 
|66||1||"The Tale of The Forever Game"||Iain Patterson||Mark D. Perry||Tucker||The Burden Beast|
After a boy who mistreats his friends and family steps into an ancient creaking tree, he learns that he must play a game against a strange beast that will put his sister and friend in serious jeopardy if he loses.Actor Kyle Downes, whose credits include Higher Ground and Lizzie McGuire, guests stars as Nathaniel. He would later appear in "The Tale of the Vampire Town", as a different character.
|67||2||"The Tale of The Zombie Dice"||Adam Weissman||Maggie Leigh||Vange||Mr. Click|
A strange arcade owner challenges kids to a dice game in which the losers are shrunk down and shipped to other countries as pets (some of which don't even survive the journey).Jay Baruchel (who would later appear in the movie Knocked Up) guest starred in this episode, he also appeared in the episode "Tale of the Dead Man's Float".
|68||3||"The Tale of Jake the Snake"||Mark Soulard||Alan Kingsberg||Tucker||Jake "the Snake" Desmond|
|A struggling hockey player named Wiley is given a hockey stick owned by a player named "Jake the Snake" that not only makes Wiley a better player, but slowly turns him into a snake.|
|69||4||"The Tale of The Virtual Pets"||Iain Patterson||Alice Eve Cohen||Vange||The Diggers|
|A computer-illiterate girl named Kate must rescue her friends from being brainwashed by cyberspace aliens called Diggers, who are disguised as Tamagotchi-style virtual pet toys that need information to live.|
|70||5||"The Tale of The Misfortune Cookie"||Adam Weissman||Mark D. Perry||Andy||The Bad Side|
|Tired of his boring life and slaving away at his parents' failing Chinese restaurant, a teenager is given his grandfather's box of magic fortune cookies that send the boy into an alternate reality where he's a rich and famous comic book artist, but is also a stranger to his parents (whose restaurant is now a town hit) and his sister (who is now an abusive punk girl living with her petty thug boyfriend) – and on the run from a Chinese warrior dressed in black.|
|71||6||"The Tale of The Gruesome Gourmets"||Lorette LeBlanc||Michael Koegel||Megan||Chuck|
|In this horror comedy, two brothers suspect their fat, jolly, overly-polite neighbors to be cannibals after several neighbors end up missing and they find strange kitchen utensils in the house.|
|72||7||"The Tale of The Hunted"||Lorette LeBlanc||Gaylen James||Andy||The Hunters|
|On a camping trip to capture a wolf known as "The Blaze," a girl named Diana finds a strange necklace in the woods that curses her to live the life of a hunted animal.|
|73||8||"The Tale of Vampire Town"||Mark Soulard||Allison Lea Bingeman||Quinn||Dreyfus the Vampire and Stanley|
A self-proclaimed vampire slayer named Adder is on the hunt for the legendary vampire, Dreyfus. However, the hunter soon becomes the hunted during his stay at a strange town, where people believe he is the vampire.Actor Kyle Downes, whose credits include Higher Ground and Lizzie McGuire, guests stars as Adder. He also appears in "The Tale of the Forever Game", as a different character.
|74||9||"The Tale of The Wisdom Glass"||Jacques Laberge||Mark D. Perry||Quinn||The People in the Cyberworld|
|A rich kid and a poor kid find themselves in a bizarre cyberworld after the two shoplift a computer game called "The Wisdom Glass."|
|75||10||"The Tale of The Walking Shadow"||Lorrete LeBlanc||Matthew Cope||Megan||None|
A boy is cast in the stage presentation of Macbeth (referred to as The Scottish Play due to a theater taboo) and finds that the theater is haunted by the actors and actresses who died before they could finish the play.Jay Baruchel (who would later appear in the movie Knocked Up) guest starred in this episode, his third appearance on the show, albeit as a different character.
|76||11||"The Tale of Oblivion"||Jim Donovan||James Morris||Tucker||Kronos the conqueror|
|A boy goes to Sardo's Magic Shop and buys a magic art kit, complete with an eraser that makes anything – and anyone – disappear.|
|77||12||"The Tale of The Secret Admirer"||Mark Soulard||Eric Weiner||Megan||Teddy|
|A shy girl gets secret admirer messages from the ghost of a boy who was jilted by the shy girl's mother and died in a woodshop explosion when the girl's father confronted the secret admirer.|
|78||13||"The Tale of Bigfoot Ridge"||Lorette LeBlanc||Randy Holland||Tucker||The Ombre|
|Two snowboarders searching for their missing friend find that she's been aged to an old woman by a dark spirit that feeds off human life.|
Season 7 (2000) 
|79||1||"The Tale of The Silver Sight Part 1"||Mark Soulard||D. J. MacHale||N/A||The Evil Spirit|
Part one of three. Gary (the original president of the Midnight Society), his brother Tucker, and the current Midnight Society must band together and find the original members from 1937 in order to stop an evil spirit from taking over the world. 2 Pieces have been obtained.Guest star Degrassi's Ryan Cooley.
|80||2||"The Tale of The Silver Sight Part 2"||Mark Soulard||D. J. MacHale||N/A||The Evil Spirit|
|Part two of three. Gary and the current members of the Midnight Society continue searching for the original members of the Midnight Society. Another 2 have been obtained.|
|81||3||"The Tale of The Silver Sight Part 3"||Mark Soulard||D. J. MacHale||Gary and Tucker's grandfather, Gene||The Evil Spirit|
|Conclusion. Gary and the current members of the Midnight Society put together all pieces of the broken record. They then use the clues to find the Silver Sight, and face their true enemy, an evil spirit that make all wishes on the gem go sour after a while.|
|82||4||"The Tale of The Lunar Locusts"||Jim Donovan||Michael Koegel||Megan||The Unborn Alien Babies|
Figure skater Tara Lipinski guest stars in this tale of an alien girl named Ellen who needs the other half of her medallion (which an Earth boy happens to carry in the form of a ring) to release unborn alien babies buried underneath the football field of their school.Note: With this episode, the music during the credits is different, being more slower paced and spookier than the original version.
|83||5||"The Tale of The Stone Maiden"||Adam Weissman||Mark D. Perry||Megan||The Maiden Statue|
|A girl who recently broke up with her boyfriend finds him turned to stone in the park – thanks to a maiden statue that was carved by a lonely woman and was originally meant to have a mate.|
|84||6||"The Tale of Highway 13"||Jim Donovan||Ted Elrick||Quinn||None|
|Two friends fix up a 1969 Pontiac GTO that takes them down a mysterious highway, and the only way to return home is to challenge a ghostly truck in a deadly drag race.|
|85||7||"The Tale of The Reanimator"||Adam Weissman||Kenny Davis||Quinn||Reanimated zombie|
|A plant store owner creates a potion to bring dead plants back to life and plans to use it on to revive his dead wife, but a teenage employee inadvertently uses it to resurrect a dead man.|
|86||8||"The Tale of the Time Trap"||Jim Donovan||Jim Morris||Tucker||The Genie|
|A boy buys a magic box from Sardo's Magic Shop, which releases a white-haired genie in tacky clothes bent on warping her master's wishes.|
|87||9||"The Tale of The Photo Finish"||Mark Soulard||Alan Kingsberg||Andy||The Dead Boy|
|As part of a club initiation, a prep school boy steals the photo of the school's headmaster -- and finds a photo of an old house with a young photographer inside who sucks up anyone who looks at the picture.|
|88||10||"The Tale of The Last Dance"||Jim Donovan||Mark D. Perry||Andy||None|
|A Phantom of the Opera/The Hunchback of Notre-Dame-esque story of a mutant who haunts a high school and stalks a talented teenaged violinist with an unappreciative boyfriend.|
|89||11||"The Tale of The Laser Maze"||Mark Soulard||Peggy Sarlin||Tucker||The Game Creator|
|Competitive twin sisters are recruited by a strange man named Drake who uses his laser tag arcade to turn humans into robots for his alient planet.|
|90||12||"The Tale of Many Faces"||Lorette LeBlanc||Alan Kingsberg||Vange||Madame Visage|
|A struggling teenage model finds employment with a stage actress who uses a magic book to steal the faces of her young workers and forces them to be faceless slaves.|
|91||13||"The Tale of The Night Nurse"||Mark Soulard||Michael Koegel||Vange||None|
|In the series finale, two girls visiting their grandfather are haunted by a girl said to have died at the hands of her live-in nurse – and the nurse who claims that she's innocent. It's later revealed the girl was allergic to penicillin and the nurse accidentally gave her some because the girl was missing the bracelet that warned others about this.|
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