The hit television comedy “Milo Murphy’s Bio Bollet” is about three high school boys who move to an exotic island to live for the summer. The island is called Bonkers Island and life there is crazy, funny, and exciting. Life is good, except for the three boys who decide to prank and mess up everything for their classmates, in order to score brownie points with their new teachers. The only problem is that they soon find themselves the targets of their classmates’ wrath. They spend the whole summer hiding from school and avoiding trouble while planning their next scheme, but that does not prevent them from having loads of fun as they return to school for the fall.
Milo Murphy’s Law states that whatever can go wrong, will. That does not bode well for thirteen-year-old Milo Murphy, who feels as if he is living proof that anything can happen in this world. Milo is constantly hoping that something will go right. Because he knows that something will go right, he plans accordingly. He is ready for anything that may come his way, as he is equipped with enough knowledge, a stuffed monkey, and an unquenchable thirst for adventure.
The three teens start out as misfits, with no real direction in life. Their lives are thrown into disarray after the arrival of their new English teacher, Mr. Quirk. After a brief stint on the shipbuilder’s island of Angel Island, the boys are reunited with their friend Spotty. While the girls celebrate the addition of another member to the group, Milo discovers that Mr. Quirk is intent on burning down the entire island to create a good fishing spot for his son, Damon.
The next morning, Damon makes a startling discovery. He and his father have disappeared along with most of the people on Angel Island. It is because of the recklessness of their leader that the rest of the girls had to resort to vandalism and theft in order to survive. Their luck runs out again when their grandmother informs them that Damon and Mr. Quirk were fishermen and that they planned to marry there.
Mr. Quirk flees while the other two remain behind to finish off the job. Milo and Damon escape informing their professor of their predicament. It is up to Milo and Damon to find a way to fix the island and prevent Mr. Quirk from ever returning. Along the way, they learn that the law of levers works best when used to solve problems rather than to attack them.
Along the way, Damon and Milo meet a girl by the name of Ariel. Their initial attraction seems to be genuine but she quickly reveals that her name is Ariel. Damon, sensing an opportunity in the air, asks her out. Damon ignores the request and continues his quest to win back Ariel’s heart. In the meantime, Milo manages to obtain information that will help him figure out just what happened to Damon and why Mr. Quirk ordered the demolition of the school.
Back, at the school, Damon and his father attempt to stop the demolition by locking arms and making threats. But before long, the authorities arrive and arrest them. Meanwhile, Mr. Quirk slips into the school and captures Milo. Later, Damon manages to rescue his father and free the rest of the students on board the yacht.
It is here that Milo Murphy’s Law comes into play. The problem is that Damon and his father are suspected of attempting to sabotage the school. Even though Damon is innocent, his father is locked up without any means of release while the authorities search for a way to prove that. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory make its way to Florida with Mr. Quirk as its main suspect. It is up to Damon to put an end to this mystery and get back to his true life with Ariel.