Just Add Magic (2015–…): Season 3, Episode 6 - Just Add Tomorrow - full transcript

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-Previously on Just Add
Magic... -HANNAH: And then

Leah sent me a friend request.

We're gonna hang out
this weekend.

They say this will shed
a whole new light

on the Peizers-- who they were
and how they lived.

Let Lavender Heights

-find their own collection.
-Yeah.

ERIN: That ridiculous
attraction spell you gave me

didn't attract any Morbium.

All it attracted
was a bunch of dusty relics.

Maybe it was there
but you just didn't see it.



-We've been spelled.
-MS. SILVERS: A rot spell.

You girls need to be careful.

Whoever this is,
they know exactly

where and when to strike.

You tried a substitute
for Morbium?

(chuckles)
Are you out of your mind?

I'll admit it didn't create
the spell I was hoping for.

In fact, it was pretty rotten.

But sometimes you need to fail

in order to succeed.

You sound like a self-help book,

and not a good one.

Magic is serious,

and there is no substitute
for Morbium.



Turns out I don't need one.

You were right after all,
Mama P.

It was in the bunker.

I just didn't see it.

But it's not
going to be easy to get.

Let me guess. You have a plan?

An excellent plan.

♪ ♪

(door opens)

What do you think?

Red or blue?

What?

For the unveiling
of the Peizer exhibit tonight.

Wait, you're not up yet?

No, I'm... Yeah, I'm-I'm up.

You're gonna be late for school.

Ow.

You really need
to clean up this room.

So, red or blue?

I like the red.
It says powerful.

But is it too powerful?

You'll be there early, right?

Yeah. Yeah, of course, Mom.

And don't worry.
It's going to be great.

Thanks. There's a lot
riding on this.

After all,
everyone wanted the exhibit

at the state capital,
so keeping it here

is kind of huge.

In that case, wear the red.

-You're sure it was Erin?
-Oh, it was Erin.

What is it about Mama P's
that everyone who owns it

knows magic?
And has a bad attitude.

I guess there really are
no coincidences.

BUDDY:
What about my baseball uniform?

That's pretty fancy.

(sighs)
I think when your mom said

to suit up
for the opening tonight,

she meant an actual suit.

Come on, you know
it's important to her.

Fine.

And no, you cannot touch
any of the artifacts.

But they're so old.

(door opens, closes)

I wish we knew what Erin wanted.

At least we know it's her.

We're clearly missing something.
It doesn't add up.

-I say we confront Erin.
-No.

Right now
we have the upper hand.

We just need to try
and find out as much as we can.

Uh, hello? Information central.
That's Erin's daughter.

What are we supposed to do?

Just walk up to her and ask her

-why her mother's
casting magic spells? -No.

But maybe if we got to know her,
she might open up.

Which is why I'm gonna sign up
for cross-country.

Oh, but you have play rehearsal.

You'll never make a practice.

-I'll do it.
-You?

You hate running long-distance.

Talk about taking one
for the team.

Wait, today's picture day?

(scoffs) I was so worried
about Erin, I completely forgot.

Talk about taking one
for the team.

So, I'm thinking of doing
Junior Lifeguards this summer.

Want to do it with me?

We can save lives
and work on our tans.

(laughs) I'm in. I mean,

I'll probably have to work
on my backstroke,

but, you know.

Um... (chuckles nervously)

Quick, give me your phone.

(laughs)

This is so great.

-(Leah laughs)
-(fabric ripping)

Oh, my gosh.

(Leah laughs)

This is gonna go viral.

Oh, I don't know. Really?

Yeah, totally.

It's hysterical.

MR. GONZALEZ:
Just to get us into the spirit.

And if that's not
enticing enough,

you will get extra credit.

Darbie, you're late.

I know. I'm sorry.

Okay, everybody,
let's get started.

What took you so long?

I'm dying to know
what's up with Erin.

Why did she spell you?

Do you think she's coming
for your cookbook?

I hope she's coming
for this shirt.

It's picture day,
and look at me.

Okay, girls? No talking.

Can't you just whip up a spell
for a cooler shirt?

It doesn't work that way.

-A test?
-You didn't study?

(gasps)
Isn't there a spell for that?

"Prepperoni Pizza"?

Get it? 'Cause "prepperoni"?

-Piper, stop it!
-Okay, Darbie.

Three strikes. You just
earned yourself detention.

(sighs)

-So, big night tonight.
-Sure is.

Springtown Coffee loves
to support the community.

Should I start
unwrapping sandwiches?

Actually, everything
will be made fresh tonight.

-Really?
-Yep.

HQ thought the Peizer event
was important enough

to pull out all the stops.

Well, how about desserts?

I make a mean PB&Jake bite.

The Saffron Falls Herald

called them
"little drops of joy."

Cute. But let's stick
with the menu.

Corporate has a very strict
food testing process,

especially
when it comes to nut products.

(whistle blows)

Hi.

You're Zoe, right? I'm Kelly.

I know you're new here,

so I thought
I'd show you around.

What do you like to do?

-(whistle blows)
-Run.

Okay, great.

Alone. Sorry.

(panting)

-(school bell ringing)
-(all laughing)

What's so funny?

You. Everybody loves your video.

That wasn't me.

I didn't post that.

(girls continue laughing)

Okay.

Great.

I should've gone with the blue.

(sighs) Hey.

W-Why aren't you dressed yet?

The doors open in 15 minutes.

It's okay. I brought clothes.

I signed up for cross-country.

But you hate
long-distance running.

Just to try new things.

I'm gonna go change.
Be right back.

ERIN:
Let's set up over here.

JAKE:
Okay.

Almond biscotti.

Almond is a nut.

Just saying.

Why do grown-ups wear ties?

They're so uncomfortable.

Yeah, tell me about it.

(clears throat)
"This collection

"gives us insight
into the domestic lives

"of the Peizer family.

"From an antique cherry pitter

"to a historic butter mold,

these artifacts
really show how..."

I'm sorry, Terri.
I just have to interrupt.

You mean apple corer,
not cherry pitter.

I'm pretty sure that the experts
told me that it is a...

Well, they're wrong.
And another thing.

-The butter mold is...
-Hey, Mom?

Uh, could you check to see

that the, uh, brochures
are stacked properly?

Oh, sure. Of course.

-(sighs) Thanks.
-Yeah.

Red really is your color, honey.

(glass shatters)

Where's Buddy? Oh.

And then she took a video
on my phone,

and now Rachel's
the laughingstock

of the whole school.

Hey.

We were just discussing
our terrible days.

I forgot it was picture day,

failed a test,
and got detention.

How was yours?

I didn't get far with Zoe
and I forgot to stretch,

and now my legs are cramping.

Hey, at least
the food looks good.

But where are the PB&Jake bites?

Uh, she's gluten-free.

Fresh food from Erin?

Don't eat anything.

Got it.
Yeah, I-I'm gluten-free.

And vegan.

Yeah.

From an antique cherry pitter

to a historic butter mold,
these artifacts show us

the daily lives
of Saffron Falls'

most enigmatic family.

So, without further ado,
I present to you

"The Life and Times
of the Peizers."

(all gasp)

Oh, no.

-(all murmuring)
-MAN: It's missing.

-You don't think Erin... -Let's
all just take a deep breath.

I mean, we don't know
she did this.

Of course, 'cause there's
a million ways

to magically melt glass.

"Original Pie Tin,
circa 1860."

A pie tin?
Why would anybody want an old...

Oh, no.

♪ ♪

-It can't be.
-It is. I mean was.

It's the pie tin Chuck used
to cook the mulberry pie

that locked his sister
in the book.

And almost locked me
in the book.

So, Erin really never
wanted this.

She just wanted a pie tin.

Chuck's pie tin.

-But it doesn't make
any sense. -Not yet.

Well, we better hurry it up.

Erin's using big magic.

(door closes)

And to think I was worried

about whether to wear
a red or a blue dress

to the unveiling tonight.
(scoffs)

I wish I'd worn one
that made me invisible.

This isn't your fault, Mom.

Well, tell that
to the historical society.

They said, and I quote,

"It was a mistake to bring
a collection of this magnitude

to a town best known
for an obscure fruit."

Ouch.

I'm so sorry, Mrs. Quinn.

Thanks.

(sighs):
Oh...

If only I could
do this day over again.

I feel so bad for your mom.

-Me, too.
-Yeah.

But she gave me a great idea.

I can't believe
I'm about to suggest

we cook the worst-tasting spell
we've ever made.

Not "Do-Over Sole."
It's so spicy,

and it's like lighting
your tongue on fire.

Besides, how would a do-over
stop Erin?

Well, we know that there was
a 15-minute window

from when Erin arrived with Jake

to when your mom
unveiled the exhibit.

All we have to do is
keep her away

from that display case
for 15 minutes.

(sighs)

HANNAH:
Oh, yeah, I remember this part.

"Add one pinch
of Taurian Diablo pepper

for every hour
you want to repeat."

I feel like I'm having
do-over déjà vu.

And in the spirit of repetition,

I have another
brilliant/terrible idea.

Since today was awful
for all of us,

maybe we should just do
the whole day over.

You're suggesting
we add 14 pinches

of Taurian Diablo pepper
to go back to this morning?

-There go my taste buds.
-Think about it.

If we did the day over,
you wouldn't have to

give Leah your phone,
and I'd miss detention

and possibly not bomb a test.

Well, and, Kelly, you could
find out more from Zoe.

I really don't want to redo
all that running.

Just stretch this time.

(sighs)

♪ ♪

Here we go.

Remember, every last bite.

I'm so sorry, mouth.

Mouth... fire!

Oh...

♪ ♪

(Hannah gasps)

(door opens)

What do you think, red or blue?

Blue. Definitely blue.

You're not up yet?
You're gonna be late for school.

-Watch out for the books.
-Oh.

Thanks.

You really need
to clean up this room.

I know. And I'll be there early
tonight, don't worry.

And I also have
cross-country practice,

so I will be in my gym clothes,
but I'll change.

Okay. Are you sure
I shouldn't wear the...

Blue.
Trust me, you'll thank me.

Okay.

I'm thinking of doing
Junior Lifeguards this summer.

-Want to do it with me?
-Uh, yes.

We can save lives
and work on our tans.

Oh...

Quick, give me your phone.

Uh, no.

Come on, we're gonna miss this.
It's hilarious.

(straining)

I don't think it's that funny.

Fine.

MR. GONZALEZ: Okay, everybody,
let's get started.

Well, I'm dying to know
what's going on with Erin.

Do you know why she spelled you?

And do you think she's coming
for your cookbook?

She's gonna steal Chuck's
pie tin from the exhibit.

What?
How do you know that?

It doesn't matter.
Bigger question is,

how do I look for picture day?

-Um...
-No.

I can't believe
I got it wrong again.

But you wear it better.

Okay, girls, no talking.

-Oh, no.
-Did you forget to study?

-There was no time.
-I said no talking.

That's two strikes.

(sighs)

(whistle blowing)

I have an extra.

Wow. Thanks.

That was so nice.

-Anytime.
-(whistle blows)

You coming?

Sorry, got to keep my pace up.

Oh, don't worry about it,
I'll catch up.

-Hey.
-Sorry,

this seat's taken.

Okay.

(scoffs)

What?

Seriously?

This was from
teacher appreciation day.

Lighten up, it's hilarious.

Oh, wait, that's right.

You don't have
a sense of humor.

(girls laugh)

Okay, Erin will be here
with Jake any second.

I'll keep her busy.
You two,

don't take your eyes
off the exhibit.

GRANDMA: And another thing,
that butter mold...

Mom? Could you make sure

the brochures
are stacked properly?

Oh, sure. Of course.

Thanks.

Blue really is
your color, honey.

(glass shatters)

Where's Buddy? Oh.

Hey, Jake, Erin.
So, all fresh food tonight, huh?

That's so cool.
What's on the menu?

-Excuse me. -Sorry, I didn't
mean to get in your way.

Go ahead, do your thing.

Oh, I left the extra napkins
in the van.

-I'll be right back.
-No, don't go.

Why not?

Um, Mrs. Quinn's
really stressed,

and she'll totally lose it
if you're gone.

I'll only be gone two seconds.

Jake will go.

Won't you, Jake?

Oh, so now I got two bosses?

Fine.

So... um, what ingredients
are in the hummus?

Chickpeas.

Uh-huh, and what ingredients
are in the bread?

(indistinct chatter)

(sighs)
It's still there.

Just a few more minutes now.

Great. I hope Darbie's
doing okay with Erin.

Looks great.

I have to go make
a quick phone call.

You know, cell reception
is really bad here.

I have four bars.

Speaking of which,
your lemon bars

look amazing-- what's in them?

Good evening, everyone.

-Nice to see you all.
-(sighs)

And welcome.

Ladies and gentlemen,

for the first time in history,

we are about to get
an inside look

into the domestic world
of 1860s Saffron Falls.

From an antique cherry pitter
to a historic butter mold,

these artifacts will show us
the daily lives

of Saffron Falls'
most enigmatic family.

So, without further ado,
I present to you,

"The Life and Times
of the Peizers."

(applause)

Did you see Erin's face?

She looked so mad.

Yeah. Good job
distracting her, Darbie.

Do you know how hard it was
to stand next to all that food

-and not eat it?
-(chuckling)

(door opens)

TERRI:
What do you think? Red or blue?

For the opening of the exhibit
tonight. You're not up yet?

No, no. No, no, no, no, no,
this is not happening.

Wow. Neither, huh?

Maybe a floral?

We're still looped.

Maybe we just added
too much Taurian.

No. I was the one adding the
Taurian, and I am very precise.

There was not a pinch more
than 14 pinches.

Do you think
Erin did this to us?

DARBIE:
Whoa.

How would she even...?

Could she interfere
with a spell we cooked?

KELLY: Then she's way better
than we thought.

Look, we did everything right.

-Set the oven to 400...
-Did you say 400?

Are you sure it doesn't say 450?

I could've sworn...

-Kelly.
-We've cooked this spell before.

I was sure that it said 450.

BUDDY:
What about my baseball uniform?

-That's pretty fancy.
-I think when your mom said,

"Suit up for the opening
tonight,"

she meant an actual suit.

Come on, you know
this is important to her.

(sighs)
Fine.

And no, you cannot touch
any of the artifacts.

BUDDY:
But they're so old.

(Scott sighs)

(door closes)

I'm so sorry, guys.
It was my mistake.

Don't worry about it.
We all make mistakes.

Although it's usually me,
not you.

HANNAH:
I hate this day. I really don't

-want to do it again.
-Me, too.

I'm running out of clothes
for picture day.

This can't go on forever.

Maybe the spell
will break today.

How do I look for picture day?

-(whistle blows)
-So, you're new here, huh?

Where are you from?

Oh, everywhere.

We move around a lot
because of my mom's job.

-(whistle blows)
-Mm-hmm.

Sorry, got to keep my pace up.

Oh, I can keep up.

No, I can't.

LEAH:
Quick,

-give me your phone.
-Oh, um,

it's in my locker.

Really? I can see it
in your pocket.

I left the extra napkins
in the van.

Here, have mine.

You carry napkins with you?

Darn, I forgot
the extra coffee stirrers.

Uh, that's no problem.

Jake will get them.

-Won't you, Jake?
-Huh?

(applause)

Maybe one of these
will counter the spell.

TERRI:
So what do you think?

Red or blue?

♪ ♪

Hey.

Sorry, this seat's taken.

(door opens)

-Books.
-Whoa.

That's right, you don't have
a sense of humor.

(girls laugh)

Wow. Thanks.

You don't happen to have
extra ketchup, too, do you?

Jake. Van.

Ketchup.

(oven door closes)

So what do you think? Red?

Or blue?

♪ ♪

♪ La, la, la, la, la,
la, la, la, la... ♪

So your mom opens stores, huh?

Yeah, and they're
always successful.

It's like she has a magic touch.

Sorry, got to keep my pace up.

Tell me more.

(groans)

♪ La, la, la, la, la,
la, la, la... ♪

Oh, what does it matter?

Eat something. We need our
energy to get through this day.

Again.

How is this still happening?

We've tried hundreds
of counterspells.

One of them should've worked.

And why this day?
Why not my birthday?

Or Christmas? Or even National
Thank Your Mail Carrier Day?

What? It's a thing.

(sighs)

Maybe we've been thinking
about this all wrong.

What if this isn't
one of those spells

that needs a counterspell?

What if we have to do something
in order to break the chain?

Like when we tried to
remember magic but forgot

our friendship, so we had
to go back to the day we met.

Right. What if we didn't
change anything,

but relived the day
as it was the first time?

But that means I'd look horrible
for picture day,

and fail my test,
and get detention.

Worse than that,

it means letting Rachel
be totally humiliated.

We can't do it.

Erin will get the pie tin
and we have no idea

what she's gonna do with it.

Well, I've thought
all about that, too.

You think I want my mom
to get in trouble?

But what choice do we have?

We can't stay
in this loop forever.

So Erin wins.

She wins the round,
not the match.

Can't you just whip up
a spell for a cooler shirt?

It doesn't work that way.

(Mr. Gonzalez clears throat)

Quick, give me your phone.

Why aren't you dressed?

The doors open in 15 minutes.

It's okay, I brought clothes.

I signed up for cross-country.

But you hate
long-distance running.

(all gasp)

-(all murmuring)
-MAN: It's missing.

I've never wanted it
to be tomorrow this bad before.

-(exhales)
-I-It worked?

You're a genius, Kell.

Redoing our day broke the spell.

Um, guys?

There's something
I have to tell you.

I didn't redo my day exactly.

Quick, give me your phone.

No, I can't do it.

I couldn't go through with it.

I'm so sorry.

No, you did the right thing.

But if you didn't redo your day,

why did the spell break?

You snuck in a counterspell?

-But I still don't...
-Let's just say

nothing goes on in the Quinn
house without my knowledge.

And now that I have this
to get my Morbium,

you're going to help me cook...

...this.

MAMA P:
My recipe?

To keep the book forever?

Wha...

This was destroyed in 1975.

How did you...?

Anything is possible with magic.

♪ ♪