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Sabrina's anticipation of Christmas gets out of hand: whenever she conjures anything up, it turns out to have been taken away from someone else. Her aunts send her to Dr. Bell, who diagnoses a bad case of "egotitis" by summoning Sabrina's inner child (obsessed with getting presents), and call upon Bob to educate her in the true meaning of Christmas. When Bob is injured in the course of his duties, a horrified Sabrina discovers that he is really Santa Claus - and that she must now take on his duties as a subordinate Claus. Needless to say, Sabrina rediscovers the true meaning of Christmas by distributing gifts that make everyone happy, even Libby.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 123 votes.
On her sixteenth birthday, Sabrina Spellman finds out that she is a witch. However, instead of helping her, it actually makes life more difficult, especially after she gets on the wrong side of head cheerleader, Libby.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 421 votes.
Sabrina's fears become reality when she takes part in a re-creation of the Salem witch trials and is accused of sorcery while defending Jenny's honor.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 141 votes.
Angry that Libby is having a Halloween party that pointedly excludes them, Valerie blurts out that she and Sabrina are hosting the coolest possible party at Sabrina's house. When a reluctant Sabrina backs up her friend, she discovers that her aunt's new furniture delivery includes talking chairs and couches infested with talking termites; and when Libby's bored guests crash her party, she conjures up 10,000 Maniacs to distract her schoolmates, who assume everything that happens is a "cool" Halloween special effect.
The episode was rated 8.01 from 139 votes.
A stressed-out Sabrina gets a monstrous wart, which only worsens her foul mood. And despite everyone's efforts to cheer her, she seeks solace and solitude in an alternate world inside her mirror, where she becomes trapped in her own bad mood. Baltimore Oriole Brady Anderson appears as himself to guide her through the realm of making amends -- to Jenny for ignoring her, to Harvey for ridiculing his use of a puppet spider monkey to get them through a school assignment she flubbed, and to Libby for turning her into a goat. In the end, she endorses Aunt Hilda's recipe for a good time - a gigantic flan.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 159 votes.
Wondering what makes guys tick, Sabrina turns herself into a boy and befriends Harvey's social circle. But the hoax turns hurtful when Harvey reveals an interest in Valerie. Meanwhile, Hilda also partakes in the gender-bending antics in an attempt to get rid of smitten Mr. Kraft by pretending to be a possessive macho biker.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 153 votes.
Josh and Harvey are fighting for Sabrina's affection, so she feeds them magic friendship bread to bring peace between the two, but they become too close and ignore her. When a frustrated Sabrina undoes the spell, the fighting between the boys worsens. As a last resort, she forces them to compete for her in a magical obstacle course--then learns that it is a fight to the death. Harvey's unselfish concern for Josh prevents disaster, but Sabrina has used up her quota of magic on Harvey: Josh will think it is all a dream, but Harvey arrives at Sabrina's house demanding what will happen to their relationship now that he knows she's a witch.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 80 votes.
Sabrina's psyched to get $100 for babysitting her cousin Amanda. But she realizes she's been underpaid when the little witch, who's too big for her breeches, turns her into a doll and holds her captive in her toy box together with everyone else who has offended her. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda need a break from each other, so (naturally) they go to a spa together, where they become rivals for a hard-to-come-by facial appointment that is supposed to make a witch look centuries younger.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 146 votes.
Sabrina is a candidate for a writer's position at the local newspaper but her in-box is filled with annoying e-mails from her evil Other Realm twin. She responds by asking for the junk mail to stop, but her correspondent gets angry and sends Sabrina an e-mail virus that turns her into an airhead causing Mike & Josh to doubt her intelligence.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 60 votes.
A Valentine's Day episode shows that while dating is tough when you're a teenager, it's even tougher when you're a teenage witch. Just as Sabrina and Harvey are about to share their first kiss, Salem desperately interrupts them. Sabrina's cat isn't trying to be a pest, and no, he's not jealous; rather, the feline knows that a kiss from Sabrina will turn Harvey -- or any boy for that matter -- into a frog. In order to reverse the tragic spell, Sabrina must pass the Witches' Council's "Test of True Love" to prove that her feelings for Harvey are genuine; and Hilda takes the opportunity to demonstrate the depth of her attachment to Drell (rather less successfully).
The episode was rated 7.92 from 162 votes.
When Sabrina plays one aunt against the other to get her way, Hilda and Zelda decide it's in Sabrina's best interest if they live in separate homes. However, the situation becomes a great deal more complicated when the witches' council rules that Sabrina must choose between her aunts.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 105 votes.
In order to find out what Libby has been saying about her and Jenny, Sabrina gives her a piece of cake covered with truth sprinkles. However, when her teacher shares the cake with students and teachers, Sabrina finds that the truth hurts
The episode was rated 7.91 from 350 votes.
Libby's group is sure to win a "battle of the bands." But rather than face the music, Sabrina whips up some bottled talent for her own team.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 115 votes.
A thoroughly ridiculous Halloween episode finds Aunts Hilda and Zelda having run out excuses (after 500 consecutive years) not to attend their Aunt Beulah's Halloween party.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 105 votes.
When Sabrina is disappointed that her aunts won't let her stay out late to see a famous rock band (Violent Femmes), Hilda and Zelda decide to transform themselves into teenage chaperones as a compromise. But they're the ones causing the trouble when "Hillary" clashes with a security guard (played by Bubba Smith) and a high-school boy falls for "Zellery." After proving that even teenage aunts can be embarrassing, they apologize by giving Sabrina her very first flying lesson -- aboard a vacuum cleaner.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 159 votes.
Last updated: feb 04, 2023
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