Samantha Stephens is a seemingly normal suburban housewife who also happens to be a genuine witch, with all the requisite magical powers. Her husband Darrin insists that Samantha keep her witchcraft under wraps, but situations invariably require her to indulge her powers while keeping her bothersome mother Endora at bay.
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Samantha is not having a good time moonlighting and wants Mary to take her wings back. Mary then finds out that her costume is used as a marketing ploy for a Reducealator campaign set up by Darrin. She then wises up and takes her job back, and wins Darrin the Reducealator account.
The episode was rated 6.95 from 20 votes.
Samantha wakes up one morning to find herself in Larry's bed and Lousie is Darrin's! Sam tries to find out what the hell is going on here when Larry knows her as Louise and Darrin knows Louise as Samantha. Dr. Bombay is called and it seems that Sam was so worried about Louise, they magically got switched.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 23 votes.
A leprechaun sent by (who else?) Endora wreaks havok on Darrin by making him wear a pear of mint shoes that makes him lazy. Samantha stops him by making a potion that controls him and all other lecrechauns.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 22 votes.
Sam and Darrin have dinner at a chinese restaurant and Sam orders a drink called "The Heavenly Himalayan" which causes her to lose her powers and to break out with stripes on her face! Dr. Bombay tells her about an antidote and Sam gets it from an Apothecary, only to break out with more stripes on her face. Dr. Bombay then tells her that she needs a feather from a Dodo bird, but then that doesn't work either. There is another important ingredient needed: a piece of Himalayan cinnamon stick from the Chinese restaurant. After Darrin gets in trouble for getting the cinnamon, he gets it for Samantha and she is cured again.
The episode was rated 7.23 from 22 votes.
Samantha and Darrin are now in lovely Paree and Endora is home with Tabitha and Adam. Maurice comes by the house and finds out that the Stephens are vacationing in Europe. He is mad because they should have stopped by in London to see how he was doing. Endora flies to Paris to warn Samantha and then Maurice appears in a scary cloud of smoke. Out of rare kindness, Endora zaps up a fake Darrin who charms and pleases Maurice. Everything just seems all right until the real Darrin comes in. Maurice notices the trick and sends poor Darrin to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Unbeknownst to him, his very appearance there makes a perfect advertising campaign for one of his clients who runs a travel agency.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 25 votes.
Endora claims that Darrin has no sense of humor, so she puts a spell on him, turning him into a comedian. His client, Mr. Jameson, does not like Darrin's new Def Comedy Jam phase when he gets a migrane headache. Darrin discovers that Endora has hexed him, and she gives him another spell- this time, making jokes of anything sad or discouraging. The Jamesons come by and at th very mention of Jamison's wife's bursitis, Darrin starts laughing. Thinking that Darrin's insensitivity will cost Larry and him the account, the Jamesons think otherwise and give McMann and Tate the account.
The episode was rated 7.25 from 24 votes.
As the final season begins, Samantha and Darrin take another vacation- all around Europe. Their vacation begins in the Tower of London where they are taking a tour. As they are touring, Samantha gets a call from one of the paintings- a nobleman on horseback. It seems that an evil witch had placed a curse on the nobleman, trapping him into a painting for a thousand years. The witch and the noble were destined to be married during Henry VIII's reign, forgetting that he was already married, the reason why he was placed in the painting. Being a nice person, Samantha lets him out. The moment he is released, the evil witch Malvina the Terrible appears. As punishment for breaking the curse, Malvina sends Samantha back to Henry VIII's time period. Once there, Samantha forgets who she is or why she is there. She comes across a group of instrument players and joins them in entertaining the infamous king, who falls for her. Darrin gets Endora to help him find Sam and save her with a kiss so she c
The episode was rated 7.26 from 35 votes.
Endora accuses Darrin for being too cheap when she notices Tabitha and Adam playing in a wading pool when they should have a real pool. She blinks one up, and Darrin takes an unnecessary swim! Darrin warns Samantha to keep Endora at bay. Than, he finds a bag full of money- $100,000 to be exact! Darrin thinks Endora whipped up the cash, but it really belongs to a thug who wants his loot back.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 22 votes.
Endora's causing trouble again! This time, instead of breaking up a marriage, she's breaking up Darrin's advertising company. She calls up Alonzo, a warlock who casts a spell on Larry, making him like all of his ideas on a carpet account instead of Darrin's. It gets to a point that Darrin quits McMann and Tate, but finds out that this is all Endora's fault. To get even with her, Samantha magically sets up an advertising campaign to handle the carpet account.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 22 votes.
Tabitha is working on a project on George Washington for school, and needs help. Esmerelda helps out, but accidentally conjures the real George Washington! Samantha tries to keep an eye on George, but he wanders off into the park where he is caught by a policeman. The policeman lets George go on a $2000 bail. As soon as Sam and Darrin bring George home, Esmerelda remembers the spell and sends George back, without his shoes! Esmerelda brings him back, but this time, he is joined by Martha Washington....
The episode was rated 7.29 from 21 votes.
Last updated: jan 26, 2023
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