Description: Emma accidentally wishes the family into the future where androids reign supreme over humans. Philip invents a sandwich maker that cuts the crusts off the sandwiches. Emma isn't impressed, though, she's more interested in the last ever episode of her favourite programme, Barbie On The Beach. She's got everything ready in front of the television, and can't wait for the programme to begin. Actually, she's got two and a half hours to wait. Sophie is preparing for a meeting of the Debating Club. Her clothes, of course, must co-ordinate with her subjects, green for envy, and blue for depression. But Sophie thinks Emma has borrowed her blue headband, so sets out, with a reluctant Emma's help, to find it. While searching in the loft they discover Adil, who has come up to the loft to relax. Adil finds a jigsaw, and sets about completing it. Emma gets bored with searching, and wishes it was time for her favourite programme to begin. Adil complies, he did, after all, pass his time travel exam. Or was he late for his time travel exam? The girls return downstairs, and notice changes to the living room. Most of the objects have descriptive labels on them, and there are rope barriers everywhere. The house has moved four hundred years into the future. The microchip in Philip's sandwich maker has mutated to become the Android Emperor Ð "All hail the Android Emperor" Ð and robots rule the Earth. All humans are in zoos. And the Norton House has become a museum, in honour of the man who invented the sandwich maker, complete with an Android Philip and an android tour guide who show visiting robots around the house. Fearing they will be put in a zoo, the girls and the real Philip pretend to be androids, but they're soon discovered and are forced to hide in the loft, where they find Adil, who has only just finished his jigsaw. The girls wish to be taken back to the past, and Adil obliges. He sends further back in time than he should have done... With Dallas Campbell as Android Phil and Leah Fletcher as the Android Tour Guide. Written by Bennett Arron. Directed by Jean-Francois Didelot.