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Comedy, Family, Fantasy
22 min


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  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - Pilot

    Sabrina can't believe her bad luck: not only is she starting out in a new school the day after her 16th birthday, but her aunts inform her that she is now a full-fledged witch with newly awakened magical powers that she must learn to control. At first she thinks they are just trying to take her mind off starting school, but after she reanimates the frog she is supposed to dissect, Sabrina begins to have second thoughts - especially when her aunts present her with a book which contains an animated picture of her father, and reveal that her cat, Salem, can talk. Her first hesitant attempts at magic backfire when she is taunted into losing her temper with a snotty schoolmate named Libby Chessler and turns her into a pineapple, she must then appeal to the Council of Witches for permission to turn time back and run the disastrous day over again. She is refused, but Aunt Hilda - who used to date Drell, the head of the Council - marches off to intervene, and Sabrina finds herself re-living the day, this time acing a history test, making a friendly date with shy hunk Harvey Kinkle, and harmlessly deflecting Libby's malice. Being a teenage witch might not be so bad after all.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Bundt Friday

    Sabrina slips Libby some truth sprinkles to make her confess to spreading nasty lies, but her plan backfires when the goodies make Jenny reveal she's sweet on Sabrina's love interest, Harvey. Meanwhile, Hilda prepares for a date with Drell - despite his having stood her up over 1,000 times in the past.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - The True Adventures of Rudy Kazootie

    While babysitting a cranky toddler and trying to have a study date with Harvey, Sabrina accidentally casts a spell transforming him into a grown man. Unable to figure out the mystery behind the spell, a frantic Sabrina leaves Harvey watching an enchanted World Series ballgame and tries to locate her aunts for assistance before Rudy's parents arrive home and realize they've missed an immense portion of their son's life. Meanwhile, her aunts are attending parents' day at Sabrina's school and eyeing Mr. Pool. Sabrina gets introduced to another advantage of witchcraft when her aunts summon up Randy Travis to help them finish a jigsaw puzzle, so she conjures up TV hunk Eddie Cibrian.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - Terrible Things

    Sabrina makes three wishes come true for her unsuspecting friends: Jenny gets elected student president, Harvey becomes a football star, and Mr. Pool becomes rich (by discovering how to change lead into gold). But she soon learns the truth of her aunts' warnings that one shouldn't meddle with the fate of others: Jenny is crushed when she learns the student president is merely a rubber stamp assistant to the principal, and resigns in favor of Libby, Harvey really can't play football and is injured on the field, and Mr. Pool's success at alchemy turns him into an obnoxious blowhard. Sabrina is faced with the ominous task of explaining her error to the Witches' Council. Meanwhile, Salem must perform community service as part of his sentence.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - A Halloween Story

    When she's forced to attend a family affair, Sabrina sends a clone to Harvey's party, where the simple-minded stand-in (who can only speak three sentences) agrees to streak naked in order to liven up the festivities. Meanwhile, the real Sabrina desperately tries to ditch her relatives: an obnoxious socialite and her brat of a daughter, whose hobby is putting people she dislikes into jars. Knowing Harvey plans to dress as James Dean, Sabrina muses about the real star, but when her aunts give her a special Halloween present of a half hour with the dead person of her choice, she opts for her beloved grandmother instead, because "Halloween is really about family."
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Dream Date

    Sabrina's bummed when Harvey agrees to go to the dance with Libby, so she decides to skip the event -- until her aunts use some "man dough" to create her perfect date. Actually, he's a little too perfect, Sabrina has to admit to herself that she prefers Harvey, but can only tell him so when she temporarily freezes him. Harvey prefers Sabrina as well, but is too shy to tell her. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda's dough dates aren't too well blended either, and Libby fall for the dough boy and is devastated when he disintegrates, thinking he has dumped her.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - Third Aunt From the Sun

    When Sabrina is paid a surprise visit from her eccentric Aunt Vesta, who lives in a fantasy realm called Pleasuredome, Hilda and Zelda agree to let Sabrina travel to the other realm for the weekend. However, when Vesta temptingly suggests Sabrina make a permanent move, Sabrina must ultimately choose between the carefree lifestyle of Pleasuredome or her "normal" life back on earth.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Magic Joel

    Hoping to catch Harvey's eye, Sabrina becomes an assistant to Joel, a shy teen magician, but the act is more comical than bewitching when the trickster's tricks misfire. To save him from embarrasment, Sabrina makes the magic man temporarily invisible - then discovers that he likes it and doesn't want to reappear, especially when he can scope out the girls' locker room. Meanwhile, Aunt Zelda entertains an old colleague who has been too shy to admit his attraction to her.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - Geek Like Me

    Sabrina tires of Libby's constant teasing-- which worsens when Sabrina joins a science club-- so she gives the tormentor a taste of the taunting by turning her into a nerd. Meanwhile, Zelda wants Hilda to throw out some very old items (such as a suit of armor and a cannon). Tired of watching Libby treat people badly, Sabrina decides to give Libby a taste of her own medicine by transforming her into a geek. However, when Libby succeeds in turning her fellow geeks against the entire school, Sabrina must find a way to unite her classmates before the plan backfires. And Hilda triumphantly uses her antiques against marauding snowballers.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Sweet and Sour Victory

    Sabrina learns a hard lesson in witchcraft when she tries to make Harvey notice her by using her powers to become an instant kung-fu expert under Mr. Pool's astonished tutelage. She easily defeats the standing champion, but must face the disapproval of her aunts and the jeers of the (magically animated) trophy she won. Meanwhile, Aunt Hilda tries out for first violin in the local symphony the mortal way, but loses to her longtime rival Gustav.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - A Girl and Her Cat

    After Salem stows away in her backpack and gets her thrown out of the local pizzaria, Sabrina washes her hands of the cat, feigning unconcern when the feline fails to return for Christmas dinner with visiting cousin Monty. When she discovers that Salem has in fact been catnapped by a stubborn little boy named Rex, Sabrina launches a desperate plan to rescue him by impersonating Santa Claus.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Trial by Fury

    When Sabrina's bitter math teacher Mr. Rothwell singles her out for unfair treatment, and her aunts are unable to make him see reason, the witchly trio decide it's time to teach him a few of their own spellbinding lessons. When he's hauled into traffic court, they replace the human judge with a magical substitute who's been hibernating in a deep freeze "to prevent media bias." Meanwhile, Salem panics when his ex-girlfriend decides to pay him a surprise visit -- especially since she has no idea that he has been turned into a cat.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - Jenny's Non-Dream

    When Sabrina is apprehensive about inviting Jenny to spend the night because of her "unique" home life, Hilda and Zelda assure her that she has nothing to worry about. But when Jenny accidentally enters the other realm through the linen closet, Drell cites the rule against mortals entering his world and turns her into a grasshopper, so Sabrina and her aunts must find a way to convince her that the whole experience was just a dream. (They get help from the official Rules Keeper, who cites the rule that "Every rule must have a loophole.")
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Sabrina Through the Looking Glass

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Hilda and Zelda: the Teenage Years

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Mars Attracts

    A starry-eyed Sabrina hates to leave Harvey for a family skiing trip to Mars, but Doug, the good-looking and magically talented ski coach she meets there, soon has her forgetting to phone home while they spend a romantic evening together. Meanwhile, Hilda meets a man who claims to be a secret agent on a dangerous mission, which she assumes is just another holiday-on-Mars fib; and Salem takes the opportunity to host a riotous cat party at home.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - First Kiss

    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).
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - Sweet Charity

    Hoping to encourage more students to join the Adopt-A-Grandparent program, Sabrina finds a mischievous way to get trend-setting Libby to participate: she impersonates her, necessitating quick Superman-style telephone booth transformation whenever the (increasingly puzzled) real Libby turns up. But Sabrina's well-meant scheme goes wrong when Libby bonds with Sabrina's adopted grandmother Nana, who claims to know most of Hollywood's young hunks personally. Meanwhile, Zelda can't decide whether to continue dating a man who is centuries younger than she is; and Hilda and Salem eat too much of a magical "hair soup" that causes their hair to grow at an exponential rate.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - Cat Showdown

    Sabrina has blown her allowance, and Salem has maxed out his credit card over the phone, so they decide to enter a cat show to earn the prize money, but soon find themselves wrapped up in a blackmail scheme to force the judge to throw the competition, and, to avoid being caught, Sabrina has to transform herself into a contestant. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda seek out a magical perfume that will make Zelda repulsive to their love-sick mailman Dirk, and Hilda gets shrunk as a punishment for taking free samples in the magical "Full Moon" shop.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - Meeting Dad's Girlfriend

    Preparing for her father's monthly visit, Sabrina anticipates the teenage trauma of introducing her father to her boyfriend (actually, Edward and Harvey do reasonably well), but isn't prepared for the teenage trauma of meeting your divorced father's new girlfriend, an attractive supernatural lawyer named Gail. Initially hostile, Sabrina is persuaded by her aunts to see reason and tries to make amends by asking whether Edward and Gail plan to get married. When they simultaneously answer "Yes" (Gail) and "No" (Edward), Gail furiously dives into Sabrina's magic book. Attempting to follow, Sabrina must appeal to the magical Index Man to help her locate Gail's page (presumably the equivalent of using a search tool to find a web page), and tries to persuade Gail that Edward is still traumatized by his divorce and needs more time to consider commitment. Relenting, Gail rejoins the family game of magical charades.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - As Westbridge Turns

    A bored Sabrina gets more than she bargained for when Hilda offers her a "can of worms" spell to spice up her daily grind, which is transformed into a melodramatic soap opera. When a mysterious one-eyed janitor accidentally beans Harvey with a ladder, Sabrina's sweetheart wakes up with amnesia, and a dastardly Libby seizes the chance to steal him, convincing him that he has agreed to kiss her publicly at the climax of the school fashion show; Libby also steals the diamond ring Mr. Poole is about to offer the buxom school nurse and plants it on Sabrina, who must enlist her aunt's help to demonstrate her innocence before the spells runs its narrative course. A chastened Sabrina joins Salem in the less hazardous hobby of watching floating lint.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - The Great Mistake

    Sabrina hits a really bad day: disregarding her aunts' warning, she buys a "tomorrow" ball from a supernatural traveling salesman, and believes its prediction that she will get an "A-" on her science project. Unfortunately, Mr. Pool (dressed in a kilt for "Scots Pride Day") doesn't share that estimation of her work, and gives her a C- and a chance to redo the project overnight. Instead, Sabrina tries to sneak out of the house aboard her trusty vacuum cleaner to attend a "Smashing Pumpkins" concert, but gets pulled over by a flying motorcycle cop and cited for flying over the town "with a full bag and bad dust emissions." An abashed Sabrina shrinks to miniature size as a result of guilt; to cheer her up, her aunts share stories of how they have "messed up" over the centuries -- including the hitherto unheard story of Zelda's literally middle-aged marriage to one Benvolio. In a related subplot, Salem visits his witchly parole officer, and pleads that his rehabilitation is going well, but lets slip that he still dreams of world conquest. A flashback allows us to glimpse him in human form, and also reveals that Hilda was one of his followers: his punishment is to be a cat for a century, hers is to keep him worm-free for the same period.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 23 - The Crucible

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 24 - Troll Bride

    When Sabrina can't find her homework, she follows Salem's advice to consult a professional magic finder, but when troll Roland appears and quickly uncovers her missing notebook, he demands her hand in marriage as payment. Following him home to attempt reason she is trapped in his castle and can only be rescued by the prince she loves: Harvey. Has the moment come when he will learn the truth about Sabrina's unusual family? Meanwhile, her aunts try to break the contract with the help of a witchly lawyer "with great legs."
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - Sabrina Gets Her License (1)

    An hour-long second season opener finds Sabrina celebrating her 17th birthday - which means that besides presents, she gets her copy of the witches' handbook and instructions to study it for a forthcoming test. But she must also cope with her classwork (including extra algebra), her responsibilities to boyfriend Harvey (including baking cookies and making a poster of him for the school dance), her shy new friend Valerie, and Libby's plot to take over as editor of the school newspaper. Exhaustion causes her to fail her preliminary exam, and be sentenced to witch boot camp; and her aunts are not allowed to warn her about the more serious penalty if she fails a second time. Meanwhile, when Hilda and Zelda's 300-year-old bond matures, Zelda decides to switch from physics to chemistry and buy a top of the line "lab-top" chemical laboratory which naturally proves irresistible to Hilda, Salem and Sabrina; and Salem makes off with some of the cash to buy new cat toys and a meal at a sushi bar.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Sabrina Gets Her License (2)

    An hour-long second season opener finds Sabrina celebrating her 17th birthday - which means that besides presents, she gets her copy of the witches' handbook and instructions to study it for a forthcoming test. But she must also cope with her classwork (including extra algebra), her responsibilities to boyfriend Harvey (including baking cookies and making a poster of him for the school dance), her shy new friend Valerie, and Libby's plot to take over as editor of the school newspaper. Exhaustion causes her to fail her preliminary exam, and be sentenced to witch boot camp; and her aunts are not allowed to warn her about the more serious penalty if she fails a second time. Meanwhile, when Hilda and Zelda's 300-year-old bond matures, Zelda decides to switch from physics to chemistry and buy a top of the line "lab-top" chemical laboratory which naturally proves irresistible to Hilda, Salem and Sabrina; and Salem makes off with some of the cash to buy new cat toys and a meal at a sushi bar.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - Dummy for Love

    With Cupid's assistance, Sabrina plays matchmaker for a reluctant Aunt Hilda and her new, smitten Vice Principal, Mr. Kraft, in order to avoid detention for a controversial editorial she's written, and tries to get Kirk to fall for Valerie. Meanwhile, Zelda is in deep trouble when Hilda forgets to mail her postponement letter for Witches' Council Duty.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - Dante's Inferno

    Forced to date others, Sabrina and Harvey try to ease the pain by double-dating - but Sabrina's witchly escort Dante has never been in the mortal realm before and has a very bad attitude about it, with unfortunate conquences for Harvey. Meanwhile, Hilda copes with a bizarre illness, punnitis, that puts a spin on everything she says and causes it to be taken literally.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - A Doll's Story

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Sabrina, the Teenage Boy

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - A River of Candy Corn Runs Through It

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Inna-Gadda-Sabrina

    When Salem accidentally swallows a "time ball" that transforms Sabrina's life back to the groovy 1960s, Sabrina initially embraces the peace-loving mood of the era, but soon realizes that women have come a long way in the last thirty years. However, when Salem refuses to cough up the "time ball," and runs away from home, Sabrina must locate her missing cat before he does any more damage to the 1990s.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - Witch Trash

    A trio of bitter hillbilly witch relatives start a family feud over Great-Grandma's will which gave Sabrina possession of her magic book, beginning when they magically lock the Spellmans inside their home. Trouble is, Valerie and Harvey are visiting at the time, so Sabrina and her aunts must talk fast to keep the truth from them.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - To Tell a Mortal

    It's Friday the 13th, which Sabrina learns is the day witches can tell mortals the truth about themselves because everyone's memories will be wiped clean once the day ends. Despite warnings from her aunts about bad consequences, Sabrina decides she can trust Valerie and Harvey to take the news in stride, and grants them each a wish: Valerie gets to dance with Drew Carey, and Harvey gets to meet baseball giant Mark Langston. But there's inevitably trouble: Libby overhears the news and alerts both the PTA and the media. Happily, Valerie and Harvey save Sabrina's bacon, proving that they are true friends even though they will now forget her secret again.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - Oh What a Tangled Spell She Weaves

    Sabrina neglects a vital fact in her use of incantations: if she fails to consider a spell's consequences, there will be a ruinous aftermath. When she accidentally sends her aunts and Salem to Merlin's castle where they are held captive, it's up to the Quizmaster to teach Sabrina a valuable lesson.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Sabrina Claus

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - Little Big Kraft

    Mr. Kraft is still dating Hilda, and still boring her half to death. When he announces that he will be chaperoning the Westbridge High ski trip, Sabrina decides that drastic measures are in order: disobeying Zelda's ban on anyone else using her lab top, Sabrina cooks up a potion to make him think like a teen-ager. Unfortunately, Mr. Kraft turns into a particularly obnoxious, irresponsible adolescent, putting both the ski trip and the school into jeopardy.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Five Easy Pieces of Libby

    Mrs. Quick assigns Sabrina and Libby to decorate the "Democracy Day" float together, but Libby's obnoxiousness causes Sabrina to cast a spell keeping her a safe distance from Sabrina. The Quizmaster intervenes, blowing the whistle on an illegal use of magic to solve problems, and reverses the spell so that Sabrina must stick to Libby like unwanted glue. When a desperate Sabrina struggles free, the spell has disastrous consequences: Libby is transformed into an incomplete jigsaw puzzle, and Sabrina has only a few hours to locate the missing pieces and put Libby together again. This necessitates a visit to Libby's home, where her cold, controlling mother makes Sabrina understand her nemesis a little better -- as does the discovery that Libby has an ailing grandmother to whom she is devoted. Meanwhile, Zelda tries to find a miracle cure for disease but winds up inventing a miracle cleaning fluid which Salem and Hilda promptly steal and market in the Other Realm, oblivious to the unfortunate side effects of the magical brew.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Finger Lickin' Flu

    Sabrina comes down with a case of "finger flu" which causes her magic to malfunction - and accidentally transfers itself to Mrs. Quick who, angered by Mr. Kraft's scheme to replace the cafeteria lady with indentured students, turns him into a chimpanzee. Meanwhile, Sabrina tries to help Valerie gain self-confidence, but turns her into a monster of efficiency and selfishness, while Salem fakes illness to get attention and gets more than he bargained for.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Sabrina and the Beanstalk

    After Harvey arrives to help her with a class project but they spend the day goofing off instead, Sabrina's aunt lecture her on procrastination, so she tries to whip up a recipe for magical jumping jelly beans as a quick substitute for motivation. Unfortunately, she cuts corners on the recipe and produces a giant beanstalk in the back yard. When Harvey eats one of the beans, he is whisked to the top of the beanstalk where the Wicked Witch proceeds to fatten him up for her gourmet meal of the week. Sabrina attempts to rescue him, only to find that her powers don't work atop the beanstalk; and Hilda and Zelda, going to the emergency ward in the Other Realm for help, find themselves in an interminable waiting line. So it's up to Salem to conquer his fear of heights and help save Sabrina and Harvey from winding up on a platter.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - The Equalizer

    A Valentine's Day episode: lovesick Roland the Troll returns, still determined to win Sabrina's love, but now he is the Equalizer, empowered to punish Sabrina for any misuse of her magic; and finding Sabrina trying to help Valerie attract the attention of brash but apparently uninterested Ken, he uses his authority to steal Sabrina's heart and carry her off to the Other Realm. Desperate for Valentine's Day dates, Zelda and Hilda summon Cupid, only to discover that he is depressed and has lost his belief in love - until Hilda makes him laugh and is aghast to discover that he is now Mr. Kraft's rival for her reluctant affections.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - The Band Episode

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - When Teens Collide

    Sunspot activity causes molecular instability for the witches present in the moral realm: Zelda's left arm attaches itself to Hilda, who is auditioning to become part of a classical trio, and a black hole forms in their kitchen sink. Because Sabrina is half mortal, they are not sure how she will be affected. Participating in a charity drive to collect food for the homeless, Sabrina is at first relieved to experience no worse symptoms than temporary hair loss; but when she protests at Libby's conniving with Mr. Kraft to turn the drive into a competition, things take a turn for the worse: Sabrina and Libby bump into each other and exchange personalities. While Libby become sweetness and light, Sabrina becomes a teenage bitch who soon rules the school and - with the connivance of Salem - begins to plot world domination. When she is arrested and brought to trial, it's up to a repentant Salem to find a way to save her.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - My Nightmare, the Car

    Since neither Val's parents nor Sabrina's aunts will allow them to have a car, the two teens cook up an ingenious scheme to share the costs and responsibilities for a single vehicle. Working their timetables to fit puts an intolerable strain on their friendship, however; and when the car conks out, Sabrina gives in to Salem's suggestion and buys a car for a ridiculously low price in the Other Realm. Trouble is, this old clunker has a mind and a voice of its own, which makes hiding it from Sabrina's aunts a real problem, particularly when it keeps transporting itself to her bedroom. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda are distracted by their own problems: they are being audited, and discover that their trusted accountant Marty has skipped town with all of their magic.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - Fear Strikes Up a Conversation

    Sabrina is chosen to read her essay on learning math to the school assembly, and at first doesn't understand why everyone else assumes that she is nervous about it; then, when stage fright finally hits, uses Salem's suggestion of a "fear removal" spell. But she hasn't heeded the warning from Franklin Delano Roosevelt (via her witches' manual), and her fear spreads contagiously through the school: Val and Mr. Kraft become paranoid, Harvey is terrified of sports injuries, Mrs. Quick becomes hysterically hypochondriacal, and Libby is horrorstruck at the thought of never winning another seasonal beauty pageant. The only solution is to banish Sabrina's externalized emotion into the Other Realm, where she must confront the forest of her subconscious fears. Meanwhile, Zelda and Hilda face another public ordeal when an overworked Zelda "snaps" from overwork just before she is due to present her scientific paper to a witchly symposium, leaving Hilda to attempt to be "the responsible one" for once.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - Quiz Show

    When Sabrina inadvertently complains about her Quizmaster's teaching methods to a woman who turns out to be his boss, the Witches' Council rules that he be reassigned to a new pupil, the obnoxious Ralph. Sabrina, who is in the midst of cramming for her hardest magic test to date, finds herself being taught at home by her less-than-scholarly Aunt Hilda, while Zelda substitutes for her chemistry teacher at school.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 23 - Disneyworld

    On a field trip to Disney's Animal Kingdom in Florida, Sabrina, working to pass a critical test for her witch's license, accidentally turns Libby and Valerie into zebras. But nothing will stop Libby's attempts to steal Harvey from Sabrina. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda visit Animal Kingdom's DinoLand U.S.A., where they magically create their own prehistoric man; Harvey ends up a tour guide on a Kilimanjaro Safaris adventure through a wildlife reserve; and Mr. Kraft thinks he's finally discovered what Sabrina's hiding.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 24 - Sabrina's Choice

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 25 - Rumor Mill

    Tricked in the Other Realm into thinking that spreading false rumors is a community service, Sabrina and new friend Dashiell start telling absurd tales out of school, unaware that their fibs will come literally true in the moral realm: that Mr. Kraft and Mrs. Quick are lovers, for instance, or that Harvey is pregnant! Meanwhile, the two storytellers start falling for each other, causing Sabrina to question the depth of her true feelings for Harvey.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 26 - Mom vs. Magic

    Sabrina must renounce one of the two things she holds most dear in this exciting season finale. The teen's dreadful dilemma develops when she must decide whether to date Harvey or new love Dashiell. She needs advice, but her loved ones are busy celebrating Mother's Day---leaving lonely Sabrina longing for her mom's guidance. Rules prohibit the unlicensed witch from seeing her mortal mother until she's certified, so Sabrina writes her a letter instead. Unfortunately, all contact is forbidden, so the Witches' Council hands down a devastating decree: Sabrina must choose between her magic and her mom and between Harvey and Dashiell. Meanwhile, Salem's mother is also coming to visit and he hasn't told her he's spending the next hundred years as a cat.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad Season Opener

    A showdown between Dashiell and Harvey is interrupted when aunts Hilda and Zelda freeze the boys to announce that Sabrina has at last qualified for her witch's license, which will grant her universal knowledge. When the overjoyed Sabrina travels to the Other Realm License Bureau to collect her prize, she is dismayed to learn that she is not allowed to use it yet not until she discovers her "family secret" (a quest which will presumably keep her busy throughout the third season). Her first clue comes in the form of the license clerk, who is actually her extremely bad-tempered cousin Doris, and in her unfortunate attempt to resolve her divided feelings with a spell which transforms the boys' rivalry for her into a full-fledged surreal duel to the death. (Sabrina: "Oh, no. This must be the spell. They're going to fight over my heart. Being a witch would be alot easier without all the magic.") Only when her cousin Doris is about to zap Harvey does Sabrina instinctively reveal who she really loves. Meanwhile, Hilda cheerfully allows Zelda to ask Mr. Kraft for a date, then finds that she is jealous; and Salem causes mayhem by insulting his Albanian Internet chess opponent Yuri, who turns up looking for revenge.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Boy Was My Face Red

    Sabrina gets a lesson in the perils of magic when she tries to help Valerie overcome an embarrassing moment but discovers that the spell has only transferred Valerie's embarrassment to her, magnified.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - Suspicious Minds

    Sabrina gets jealous when Mr. Kraft's assignment calls for the students to pair up and pretend to be married and Libby makes sure that Harvey is her partner.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - The Pom Pom Incident

    Trouble brews between best friends when Valerie becomes eager to try out for cheerleading, even though Sabrina can't stand the squad's pom-pompous participants.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - Pancake Madness

    Sabrina makes a glutton of herself at school after tasting a substance tht causes hopeless addiction in her family: pancakes.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Good Will Haunting

    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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - You Bet Your Family

    Salem loses Sabrina and her aunts in a card game against a high roller.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - And the Sabrina Goes To...

    When her academic achievements fail to bring deserved accolades, Sabrina casts a "just desserts" spell on her teachers and friends.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - Nobody Nose Libby Like Sabrina Nose Libby

    Rivalry between Libby and Sabrina moves onto a whole new scale in this parody of the '60s science fiction film Fantastic Voyage.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Sabrina and the Beast

    Sabrina and Harvey decide to compete against Libby and her boyfriend for the title of cutest teen couple.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - Christmas Amnesia

    It's Sabrina the Grinch, increasingly grumpy in the face of her aunts' unflagging efforts to get her into the holiday spirit.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Whose So-Called Life Is It Anyway?

    Despite a warning from the Witches Council to avoid "charitable magic," Sabrina can't resist trying to liven up an unbelieveably tedious evening with Valerie's dysfunctional family by granting a wishbone wish.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - What Price Harvey?

    Zany cousin Zsa Zsa visits, annoying Zelda with the childish practical jokes she shares with Hilda until Zsa Zsa suggests the sisters try her magic "walk-a-mile-in-my-shoes" booties, which switch their personalities. Meanwhile, Harvey says that he doesn't want to go to college and Sabrina tries to convince him, Zsa Zsa suggests Sabrina to use "Ambition" on him. (Ambition includes soap, shampoo, lotion and perfume.)
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Mrs. Kraft

    Sabrina and Hilda are disturbed, not to say grossed out, by the growing intimacy between Zelda and Mr. Kraft.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Sabrina and the Pirates

    Hilda has forgotten to tell Zelda that their magic is due for a twenty-five-year tune-up, so they must both surrender their powers for a few days, leaving Sabrina "the most powerful woman in the house" temporarily. But her delight in her new status doesn't last after Valerie persuades her to sneak into a new nightclub to hear 'N Sync perform.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Sabrina the Matchmaker

    Cupid threatens to banish Sabrina to the Other Realm unless she manages to bring a couple together for Valentine's Day.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - Salem, the Boy

    Roland the Troll resurfaces in a new guise as a leprechaun, and chaos predictably follows. Having three wishes, Sabrina unwisely uses one of them to grant Salem's desire to be human again for a day.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - Sabrina, the Teenage Writer

    Sabrina's creative writing assignments aren't going well until she accidentally uses Hilda's magic typewriter to plot out a James Bond parody using her friends and foes as character models.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - The Big Sleep

    Searching for clues to the family secret, Sabrina calls up Aunt Dorma, the "black sheep" of the family, accidentally waking her out her usual ten-year nap -- and Dorma retaliates with a household of magic poppies fatal to Spellmans.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - Sabrina's Pen Pal

    Sabrina's painfully shy pen pal turns out to be an Other Realm jewel thief in disguise.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - Sabrina's Real World

    The Witch Channel broadcasts Sabrina's life on national television; Hilda turns into a compulsive standup comedienne.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - The Long and Winding Short Cut

    After accepting help from an outside, Sabrina is banished to the Other Realm's Wild West badlands.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 23 - Sabrina the Sandman

    Sabrina gets a job as a sleep-inducing sandman but charges her subjects' lives by altering their dreams.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 24 - Slient Movie

    Harvey tells Sabrina he loves her, but under a self-imposed "silence" spell, she can't respond in kind; and Aunt Zelda anxiously awaits a marriage proposal from Mr. Kraft.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 25 - The Good, the Bad and the Luau

    In the season 3 final. Sabrina's aunts decide to go on Holiday to Hawaii. It may be fun in the sun for Hilda and Zelda, but as Sabrina has yet to solve her family secret, she is confined into a boring grubby bedroom, where she is given her Family secret board, and has to solve the family secret. Meanwhile back at home Harvey and Salem are able to talk thanks to a little spell made by Sabrina. Salem finds a cat who is pregnant and ready to conseve, but keeps crying. Sabrina gets given her final clue from a family relative which is a ball of twine. Clueless Sabrina goes to Salem for answers and he tells her it is not cotten which Sabrina thinks, but a ball of twine. He then asks Sabrina to take away the pregnant cats pain and Sabrina does a little spell and all goes well...for now. Sabrina returns back and adds the ball of twine to the board and starts to read what she has so far "Every member of the spellman family is born with twine?" but she looks next to the picture which is minus e "Minus the e...twin. That's it! Every member of the Spellman family is born with a twin!" Sabrina has finally solved it and her room in transformed into a luxuary hawian room, and she is transformed to the beach with her aunts. Sabrina meets her twin sister and the two hang out together, but when Sabrina finds out that one of the twins is evil Sabrina wonders what to do. A trial at the beach is in order to find out who is good and who is evil, Sabrina wins some and so does Katrina, while looking over good and bad acts made by the two. Sabrina sadly is set as the evil witch and her death will be later in the day. Back at home Harvey's mother becomes pregnant with kittens thanks because of Sabrina's spell, finding out Sabrina comes back home and fixes this little problem, and knowing she is going to die she says good bye to Harvey. When returning back Sabrina, Katrina, the judge and Hilda and Zelda travel on top of a volcano where Sabrina is going to go, the judge asks Katrina to push Sabrina in and she happily agrees. The judge questions this saying if she was really good she wouldn't of pushed Sabrina in, thankfully Sabrina holds on for dear life dangeling inside the volcano, as Katrina is named the evil witch and set to life in prison. Back at home Sabrina allows Harvey to take the cat and her new kittens home, with an upset Salem.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - No Place Like Home

    Sabrina's father asks her to move to Paris. Now that Libby has gone to a private school, and Valerie has moved to Alaska with her parents, an anxious Sabrina becomes conviced that Harvey and her aunts don't really care for her, and sets out for her new life in France. Only when a heart-broken Salem plots to get his "Sabreeny" back by starting a civil war does she return to her senses and her real home.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Dream a Little Dreama Me

    Sabrina discovers she must tutor apprentice witch Dreama - an accident-prone girl a little too fond of trying out magic while in the Mortal Realm -- or risk banishment. The assignment is made more dangerous by Harvey's old friend Brad, who is unknowingly a born witch hunter. Meanwhile, a bored Hilda gives up the violin and impulsively purchases a magic clock shop.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - Jealousy

    Sabrina turns green with envy, literally, after Harvey and Brad become best friends, triggering a case of Jealotosis - an intense green-eyed witch envy - when Harvey teams up with Brad instead of her to write an article for the school paper.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - Little Orphan Hilda

    Sabrina invites her fussy grandmother Lydia to visit, but the family gathering is not a success.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - Spoiled Rotten

    Credit-card carrier Sabrina catches get-itis and begins to spoil herself...literally, and tries to cure it by donating magic mementos to a yard sale.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Episode LXXXI: The Phantom Menace

    Sabrina works the Halloween night shift alone at the college coffee house -- and winds up under siege by marauding zombies.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - Prelude to a Kiss

    Sabrina enlists the aid of Dreama to help her threw the night in which she must help Josh study for a big test, and watch an important football game of Harvey's but this dilemma may consider tragic consequences for Sabrina and Harvey's relationship.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Aging, Not So Gracefully

    Sabrina zaps on a skin cream to appear more mature after college-guy Josh shoots down a romance because of her age, but the fast-acting lotion ends up being a rapid-aging potion.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - Love Means Having to Say You're Sorry

    Consumed with guilt over kissing Josh, Sabrina runs herself ragged trying to cook up a way to get Harvey to forgive her without having to say she's sorry.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Ice Station Sabrina

    Sabrina is unable to use magic to save the day after uninvited witch-hunter Brad joins her and Harvey on a doomed ski trip.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - Salem and Juliette

    Sabrina enlists Dreama's gorgeous but totally selfish cat Juliette (a witch turned into a cat for trying to take over the universe) to escort Salem to his dreaded high-school reunion.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Sabrina, Nipping at Your Nose

    A Jamaica-bound Sabrina must spend the holidays with Mr. Kraft after she fools with Mother Nature and her snowy forecast.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - Now You See Her, Now You Don't

    Determined to win Cutest Couple at the prom, Sabrina gets a dynamite dress that is a size tto small, becomes convinced she must lose a ton, and diets so much (with the "help" of an unscrupulous Other Realm salesman) that she disappears altogether.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Super Hero

    Sabrina's sloppy spell casting turns Harvey into his childhood superhero idol, while Kraft quits school to become a world famous aviator.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Love in Bloom

    Valentine's Day magic has Sabrina rushing to put an end to Josh's secret crush on her before she breaks Harvey's heart.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Welcome Back, Duke

    Salem's war-criminal buddy Duke visits after completing his sentence as a cat, and finds his powers have grown a little hairy.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - Salem's Daughter

    Salem is heartbroken to receive a wedding announcement from his estranged daughter Annabele, who hasn't spoken to him in decades.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - Dreama the Mouse

    Dreama falls prey to witch-hunter Brad after she catches Spring Fever, a distracting and highly contagious daydream virus, from Sabrina, accidentally uses her magic in front of Brad, and is turned into a mouse.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - The Wild, Wild Witch

    Sabrina resents living by the rules when she is grounded for breaking curfew, so a magic prospector zaps her to the Wild West, where, as the new sheriff, she happily declares a formerly rule-ridden town rule-less.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - She's Baaaack!

    Sabrina's bratty cousin Amanda shows up with plans to steal one of Sabrina's men.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - The Four Faces of Sabrina

    When Sabrina is accepted to different colleges, she is pressured by Josh, Harvey and Zelda to choose their favorite, but her indecisiveness and need to please everyone causes her to be torn apart -- literally into four different Sabrinas.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - The End of an Era

    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 prvents 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.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - Every Witch Way but Loose

    In the fifth season premiere (the first on the WB), worrywarts Hilda and Zelda grapple with freshman Sabrina's decision to fly the nest and live at college, where their niece has issues with her new roommates Roxie, Morgan and Miles. Trying to get over her first love, Harvey, Sabrina decides to make some big changes in her life, starting with attending college and living away from home like a normal freshman-but she soon discovers a normal freshman doesn't have life so easy.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Double Time

    In an attempt to juggle her hectic academic and social calendars, Sabrina casts a too good to be true speed spell so she can fly faster than time. Meanwhile, Zelda accepts a position as associate professor at the college, much to the chagrin of her independently minded niece.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - Heart of the Matter

    When Sabrina realizes she has been turning down guys left and right since her breakup with Harvey, she casts a spell ensuring that she'll say "yes" every time she's asked out. Meanwhile, Hilda takes over ownership of the coffee house, but her people skills are scaring the customers away. Also, Miles develops a student-teacher crush on Zelda and Josh shocks Sabrina by taking Morgan out on a date.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - You Can't Twin

    While attending an Other Realm amusement park, Sabrina runs into her shifty evil twin, Katrina, who's set on sabotaging Sabrina's life.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - House of Pi's

    Sabrina and Roxie are teamed together to write a story in an effort to land a coveted spot on the school newspaper. As they both search for a story that is provocative and compelling, they come up with the idea to go undercover as rushees for Morgan's sorority, Mu Pi. But Sabrina has second thoughts on the sorority expose when she learns it could land Morgan and her sorority sisters in a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Hilda refuses to give Salem a spot in her Friday night showcase, so he turns on her by becoming a talent agent handling performers from the Other Realm.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - The Halloween Scene

    After she learns Hilda and Zelda won't be home for Halloween, Sabrina decides to throw a party at their place- and soon regrets the decision when she must repair the love of two monsters Frankenstein & Bride of Frankenstein when Roxie get's in the way of their meaningful relationship. Meanwhile Salem stalks a college girl and Hilda Zelda's outfits may not seem to be all that for the galaxy opening.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - Welcome, Traveler

    When Sabrina tries to pull Miles away from his latest conspiracy theory and into some semblance of a social life, she unknowingly pushes him right into the hands of a cult whose eccentirc leader claims to be a witch.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Some of My Best Friends are Half-Mortals

    Tired of hiding her true identity when dating normal guys, Sabrina agrees to be fixed up by Zelda with a handsome and charming withc Derek, but the budding romance is dashed when she encounters racism over the fact that she is half-mortal.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - Lost at 'C'

    Sabrina is distraught when she receives her first "C" ever on a class assignment and turns to Zelda for counseling, but Zelda ends up conducting her own private tutoring session with Sabrina's handsome professor.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Sabrina's Perfect Christmas

    Sabrina opts to spend a picture-perfect Christmas with Morgan and her family rather than endure the annual insanity with Hilda and Zelda, but soon discovers the ugly secrets under that flawless facade.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - My Best Shot

    Sabrina tries to give Josh a little confidence booster in his new passion to be a photographer, but her simple spell to help him make his first sale leads to his getting a big head and walking out on his job at the coffeehouse.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Tick-Tock Hilda's Clock

    A visit from old friends who are now parents sets Hilda's very literal biological clock running at an alarming speed.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - Sabrina's New Roommate

    When Sabrina reluctantly takes in Zelda for a few days while Hilda's on a home remodeling binge, Sabrina and her roommates try to loosen up the tightly wound Zelda.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Making the Grade

    Sabrina tries to right a wrong when she writes an article for the school paper exposing the preferential treatment given to school athletes.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Love Is A Many Complicated Thing

    While on a Valentine's Day double date, Josh surprises Sabrina by telling her he's breaking up with Morgan, who's oblivious to the fact.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Sabrina, The Muse

    Sabrina is flattered when her new boyfriend writes music about his feelings for her, but the pressure to inspire as his muse becomes a one-sided relationship.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - Beach Blanket Bizarro

    Sabrina's wild vision of her first college spring break turn squeaky-clean when her aunts ask '60s teen idol Frankie Avalon to put a spell on the trip that sets Sabrina and her friends in a world straight out of a '60s beach movie.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - Witchright Hall

    Sabrina's heck-raising cousin Amanda is sent to live in the Mortal Realm for a year. Rather than have her stay at the Spellmans', though, Hilda and Zelda arrange for Sabrina to help get Amanda into a special school called Witchright Hall for maladjusted young witches.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - Sabrina, the Activist

    Bottling up her feelings of stress about schoolwrok, Sabrina gets involved in a protest to save a historical building but Salem, who is suffering from a crisis, makes Sabrina's protest yesterday's news. Meanwhile, Josh thinks twice about his relationship with Morgan when he strikes up a close friendship with Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - Do You See What I See?

    Paranormal-studies major Miles spots a flying car and gives a class presentation on it, but the students are less than thrilled with his UFO sighting.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - Sabrina's Got Spirit

    Miles brings a paranormal-energy detector into the house so that he can identify spirits, and it goes berserk near Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - Finally!

    Music group Eden's Crush performs in the lighthearted comedy's fifth season finale, which finds Sabrina and Josh hosting a singles night at the coffee house. The idea is hatched when Sabrina realizes that many people who come to the cafe look lonely, and before the witch can say hocus-pocus, she and Josh have planned the event. But things go haywire when Josh's friend stands up Roxie, triggering an argument between Josh and Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - Really Big Season Opener

    Sabrina and Miles (Trevor Lissauer) decide to team up for the production of a student horror film that includes a bloodsucking vampire, gloomy cheerleaders and a helpless maiden. But their quest for the perfect cast leads them to one performer (Sisqo) who seems to play his role a little too well. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda are summoned to the Other Realm for Scare Duty---the witch equivalent of jury duty---to teach the younger generation how to be more frightening. Unfortunately, the kids aren't reacting to their old-school methods, so they have to formulate a plan to update their spookiness Miles wants to direct a student film and has enlisted Sabrina's help. As producer and cheerleader #2, she is involved in casting the other roles in the vampire horror film. Hilda and Zelda want parts in Miles' film until they get a notice for "scare duty," the other realm's version of jury duty. Every few hundred years they must teach a class on how to be scary. If they can get the students to learn everything in one session, they don't have to teach scare class ever again.Sabrina and Miles can't find the perfect vampire for the film so Sabrina puts out an ad. Vladimir Kortensky (guest star Sisqo) shows up and is absolutely perfect for the part. Too perfect. Sabrina gets suspicious and logs on to the witch wide web, finding out that Vladimir is a real vampire, and despite his acting resume, is after her friends' blood!Sabrina corners Vlad and fights him, Matrix-inspired moves and all. She finally manages to stake him. Meanwhile the aunts aren't being very scary in the other realm. After the students pelt them with spitwads they get so angry they turn into genuinely scary monsters... frightening the class and gaining freedom from scare duty. They show up to Sabrina's movie set in time for Hilda to step in as Vlad.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - Sabrina's Date with Destiny

    Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) is ecstatic when Josh (David Lascher) returns from his summer in Europe but her joy is soon crushed when he accepts a job offer in Prague. Sabrina takes charge and calls on Destiny (guest star Brian McFayden, MTV veejay) to give her a glimpse of what her future would be like if she moved overseas to be with Josh but after a long night of romance with Destiny He finally tells Sabrina that his powers don't work anymore because it's what you make of it but Sabrina later learns Josh found a better job at home and thats to be with her. Meanwhile, Zelda decides to host a party for the Dean of Adams College to raise money for the science department and gets a little help from Hilda who starts to date him and insists her sister to be more humourous at the presentation she'll hold. Josh finally returns from his summer in Europe, only to announce that he's been offered a job as a photojournalist for a newspaper in Prague. Sabrina tries to discourage him by giving him a nightmare about living in Prague but it doesn't work. Now she must decide if she should let him go or take a semester in Prague to be with him.Zelda is charged with gaining the dean's support for more funding for the science department so she hosts a cocktail party at the coffee shop to woo him. The dean takes a liking to Hilda instead when they bond over stand-up humor. When Hilda tells Zelda that she has a date with the dean Zelda asks that she plug the science department while she's at it. Sabrina gets upset when Josh says he wants to take the job in Prague, ruining the romantic dinner she's planned, and tells him to leave. She decides to see what her life would be like if she either goes with Josh to Prague or stays behind... what better way to find out than to have a date with Destiny? Destiny, guest star MTV Veejay Brian McFayden, takes her on a whirlwind romantic evening before admitting to Sabrina that his powers don't really work anymore because destiny doesn't really exist, life is what you make it.Hilda tells Zelda that she needs to get a better sense of humor and that it will help in her presentation to the board when asking for more funding for the science department. Zelda takes the advice to heart and tries to do a comedy routine during her presentation that goes very badly. Hilda sways the dean anyway. Meanwhile, when Sabrina returns from her date with Destiny, she runs into Josh who tells her that he's turned down the job in Prague for a better opportunity at home. She thinks he's landed a big job, but Josh tells her that his big opportunity is to be with her.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - What's News

    Sabrina new relationship with Josh is tested when his new landed job as a photojournalist on the Boston Citizen turns out too good to be true after the editor (George Wendt "Cheers") consumes his social time due to his lack of having a life.In the meantime the paranormal activist who is on a documentary kick tries finding out the secret of what women want and starts a nasty habit of stalking his fellow housemates and female friends. Much to all her new social atmosphere her life is jeopradized when her resident advisor falls for the man who broke her heart and to keep you guys a little more up to date , he still remembers her hidden secret that she's a witch! She desperately wants to get Josh a photojournalist job in Boston because she feels guilty that he gave up Prague to be with her. Miles has fallen in love with a girl in one of his classes, but turns speechless when he's around her. Trying to figure how he should approach his dream woman, he takes his camera around to all the women in his life to ask what they find attractive in a man.Josh lands a job as a photojournalist and is excited to be working for Mike, who is famous for his reporting experiences. But, there's a catch. It turns out that Mike is one lonely guy and he starts taking up all of Josh's time. Sabrina tries to be supportive of Josh's career but she never gets to see him anymore. Thinking it's Mike's on-the-rocks marriage that's keeping him at the paper all hours, she tries to patch things up with an "I Got You Babe" spell but it backfires and now Mike and his wife, who are back together, spend all day arguing. Sabrina then tries a "Get a Life" spell but that too backfires. The last straw is an awkward dinner date with Morgan and her new boyfriend. It turns out that Morgan's new boyfriend is none other than Harvey. Things are uncomfortable until Josh finally arrives, with Mike in tow. Josh reaches the breaking point with Mike consuming all of his time and finally tells him how he feels. He says that he'll work very hard at his job, but when the work is done, he's out the door and if Mike doesn't like it, he can fire Josh. To Josh's surprise, Mike tells him that he appreciates the honesty and can keep his job. And, after asking every woman he knows how to be attractive, Miles finally takes all his new knowledge and gathers his courage to ask out his dream woman. She turns him down until Sabrina wiggles her finger, giving Miles "buns of steel." Dream woman then agrees to dinner. What are friends for?
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - Murder on the Halloween Express

    Sabrina takes a holiday idea from Salem and brings her friends on the spooky Mystery Train for a Halloween adventure. There's just one problem: It's in the Other Realm. Sabrina soon learns that the mortals can leave only if she solves the puzzling mystery when she goes back into something out of a 1920 mystery movie. Halloween is a very important holiday to Sabrina so she wants to do something really exciting this year — and that does not include going to the dentists' school party.While trying to decide what to do for Halloween this year, Hilda notices a pamphlet for a murder mystery train. Zelda comments that they get that every year, but she doesn't want to go, she'd rather make taffy. Salem really wants to go on the train, but can't convince the aunts to take him. Sabrina spies the pamphlet for the train and decides it's a great idea for her friends. She announces their plans for fright night, but the group isn't all that enthusiastic about a murder mystery train — even Josh isn't very supportive. They go on the train anyway, which, from all appearances, is shabby and rundown. Sabrina heads to the bathroom, but when she returns, the group has been transformed into characters from the past, all involved in a murder mystery. Morgan is a countess, Roxie is her maid, Harvey is an international tennis star, Miles is a professor and Josh is a photographer who just also happens to have been murdered. Sabrina is the investigator and if she can't solve the crime, they will never get back home.The aunts discover that Sabrina has accidentally taken her friends on an Other Realm murder mystery train and go off to help her, bringing Salem along. When they finally catch up with the gang, they decide to use their wiles on the cute conductor who knows all the secrets, including who the murderer is... meanwhile Salem and Sabrina try to solve the crime. As it turns out, Sabrina's the murderer. Upset over Josh not supporting her Halloween idea, she "accidentally" hands Josh a piece of Zelda's taffy which isn't meant for mortals because it contains unicorn which is toxic. Now that the murder's solved, they all return to Boston and Josh apologizes for not supporting Sabrina even though she's supported him on everything from Prague to his new job.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - The Gift of Gab

    It's a case of the cat's got Sabrina's tongue when she and Roxie (Soleil Moon Frye) land a radio show at the campus station. Roxie racks her brains trying to come up with ways to fill the airwaves for two hours, three nights a week, but Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) thinks the gig is going to be a piece of cake — until the on-air switch goes on. While Roxie seems to have the gift of gab on the airwaves, Sabrina just clams up. Meanwhile, back at the apartment, Miles is bidding online and wins a cardboard cutout of Swamp Thing star Adrienne Barbeau("Maude," "Swamp Thing") , who has a cameo.And a stray pooch from the Other Realm tries to take over the Spellman women and drive Salem out of the house. The proposal that she and Roxy submitted months ago for a girl-talk oriented radio show has been approved. Roxy is nervous and unsure if doing the show is a good idea but Sabrina's all for it and excited at the prospect. The first show is good... and bad. Sabrina tries to hard to be spontaneous and when Roxy gets over her stage fright she scores with the audience, seeming to be a natural at hosting. The next night Sabrina takes Miles' advice and brings notes on various topics to discuss but this backfires as well — every caller wants to talk to Roxy.A knock at the front door reveals a cute pooch who doesn't seem to have a home. They decide to take him in and it seems that everyone will get along nicely until the aunts leave the room and the dog (newly named "baby" by the aunts) turns on Salem. Baby tells Salem that he's there to take over the cat's cushy spot in the Spellman house and he'll do anything to get Salem out of there. It's all out war as Salem and Baby perform various mean pranks on each other while the aunts coo over their new pet. Salem tries to tell them what's going on but they think he's just jealous. Miles is the lucky highest bidder online for a cardboard replica of Adrienne Barbeau, scream queen from the classic horror film "Swamp Thing." He carts around his prized possession but admits that he's waiting for it to go up in price again so that he can sell it at a profit. Miles runs in to Sabrina at the coffee shop and confesses that he's sold his prize. It turns out however, that his highest bidder is Adrienne Barbeau herself.Salem visits Sabrina, looking for help with his pooch problem, but she tells him that she's too busy with her lack of hosting abilities. Salem comments that Roxy was born with the gift of gab, but Sabrina's a witch... so Sabrina conjures up the gift of gab for herself. The chatterbox then advises Salem to call on Even Steven. Sabrina tries out the gift of gab on their talk show, but it goes too far, overwhelming listeners with a verbal onslaught. Once again Roxy saves the day with her hosting skills and Sabrina admits that she's good at most things, but radio's just not for her. She leaves the show in Roxy's capable hands. At the Spellman house, Even Steven knocks on the door claiming to be the owner of Baby. When Baby doesn't seem to recognize him, Even Steven says that maybe it's not his dog. When he mentions his mansion and yacht Baby starts talking... begging to be taken by Even Stephen. Baby's ruse is up and the aunts apologize to Salem for not believing him.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Thin Ice

    Sabrina faces the wrath of Zeus when she uses her magical powers to help her ex-boyfriend Harvey afterhe gets a hockey injury and needs help, so Sabrina goes to Mercury to get the god's special ice skates. But Sabrina has to pay the deity back when Harvey's coach has the skates bronzed to celebrate the team's victory. Meanwhile Zelda's new invention inadvertently clones Salem who actually ruins a date between Hilda & The Dean. Harvey runs into Sabrina at the coffee shop, sporting an ankle injury from his most recent hockey game. As a star player he's afraid of being benched for a whole season and he asks for Sabrina's help. Sabrina reminds him that she can't use her witchy ways for a mortal but that she'll be at the game to cheer him on. She drags the whole gang to the game, including Josh, who's unhappy about cheering on her ex-boyfriend on the one night he and Sabrina get to hang out.Zelda is working on a machine that will clone and manages to duplicate a tomato. She's called away to the phone. While she's gone Salem waltzes in and accidentally clones himself. The two Salem's decide to bring chaos to the Spellman household. They start an argument over Zelda's Dean, who Hilda's dating, by sabotaging a basket of food Hilda made for a romantic picnic. Zelda is caught cleaning it up and blames it on Salem. But Hilda tells her Salem was with her the whole time and accuses Zelda of being jealous.Harvey isn't doing well in the hockey game and the fans are booing him. Sabrina decides to step and goes to the god Mercury for help. She asks to borrow a pair of his magic skates and he agrees if she promises to bring them back within 24 hours. Harvey wins the game by scoring a ton of points, but he arrives at Sabrina's the next day with bad news... the coach snuck into his locker and had his skates bronzed. Sabrina tries to unbronze the skates but it won't work. She goes to Mercury to apologize and he brings in Zeus to punish her. Zeus sentences Sabrina to a month of delivering Mercury's packages. While Sabrina's running all over the Other Realm playing messenger Josh keeps calling and missing her. He thinks that she and Harvey have a secret and that something might be going on between them.Hilda and Zelda figure out that there are two Salems and get rid of the clone. Sabrina tells them what she's been up to all week and Hilda is shocked to hear that Mercury said he only had one pair of skates (she used to date him of course). She takes Sabrina to Mercury's place and shows her the rows and rows of skates he has. Mercury returns and Zeus punishes him. Sabrina apologizes to Josh for not being around and tells him that there is absolutely nothing going on with Harvey.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - Hex, Lies & No Videotape

    Josh convinces Mike (George Wendt) at the newspaper to give Sabrina a writing internship but she doesn't want to just be known as the photojournalist's girlfriend, so she decides to keep their relationship a secret. But matters are worse when Sabrina's boss falls for Josh but Sabrina's new scheme gets her tangled into a sticky situation when she gets trapped in the web of lies. Meanwhile, Hilda takes Morgan with her to the Other Realm to shop for jewelry. Sabrina is thrilled when Josh tells her he's gotten her an writing internship at the paper. She doesn't want anyone to know about their relationship however, hoping to earn credibility on her own instead of as the photographer's girlfriend. Her new boss is the paper's top investigative reporter and Sabrina wants to learn everything she knows. Josh is uncomfortable about hiding their relationship but Sabrina assures him it's for the best. Unfortunately, when her new boss takes a liking to Josh things go from bad to worse when she asks Sabrina to find out who his girlfriend is. She tries unsuccessfully to pass Roxy off as Josh's girlfriend. Then, Sabrina and Josh are at the coffee shop snuggling when her boss walks in. Hilda went shopping in ancient Greece, only to be swindled once again by greedy "gold" merchant. While working at the coffee shop Hilda notices Morgan's huge sparkling diamond ring and discovers just how much Morgan knows about fine jewelry. She takes Morgan to ancient Greece with her, successfully purchasing a new ring at a bargain price, only to lose Morgan in the crowd. Sabrina gets caught up in her web of lies (literally) and decides to confess the true nature of her relationship with Josh to the entire newspaper staff when she thinks that her boss has left the job because of her. Then she finds out that her boss just took another correspondent position. She tells Josh that she won't lie about dating him again. Hilda scrambles back to Spellman house to beg for Zelda's help in finding Morgan. They come across at the Caesar's palace ensconced as his new girlfriend. They stuff Morgan into an urn and dodge the entire Roman army to get her back safe and sound... too bad she remembers a little too much about her "dream."
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Humble Pie

    Morgan spends all her cash when she goes on a shopping spree and has to borrow money from Sabrina, Roxie & Miles leading them to band together to help Morgan financially by lending her money to pay her share of the rent. But Sabrina is left to help Morgan after her family cuts her off, but then Morgan refuses to get a job to pay her friends back where Sabrina offers a big helping of "Humble Pie".Meanwhile, Zelda and Salem join the Other Realm book club, and Hilda goes to a dinner party at Banning's house. Morgan admits that she's the one who skipped on the rent this month because her dad put her on a budget and she's a little short. Sabrina enlists Miles and Roxy's monetary help so that Morgan can stay in the house. Morgan promises that she'll have the money soon because her dad said he was sending her a big envelope in the mail. Aunt Zelda has started dating a fellow professor at the school named Arthur while Aunt Hilda continues to date the Dean. Hilda is invited to a party at the Dean's house for "close friends" and does everything she can to rub it in to Zelda. But, when Hilda arrives she sees Arthur escorting a young chippy around the party as his date and sisterly loyalty kicks in. She confronts him, but he says that his relationship with Zelda isn't exclusive and that they have an understanding. Hilda doesn't believe him and begins spying on Arthur. Thinking she's overheard him talking about another woman as one he could settle down with, Hilda confronts Zelda with the information. Zelda and Hilda ask Arthur what's going on and he admits that the woman he was referring to was Zelda.Roxy and Miles give whole new meaning to "poor college students" when they begin eating creamed corn for every meal. And, they're about to take it out on Morgan, who's buying expensive purses and sushi with their money. Sabrina says she'll talk to Morgan about it. Morgan assures her that daddy's money will arrive the next day. But, when the envelope arrives it turns out to be a stack of bills Morgan's racked up... daddy's cut her off. It's off to the Other Realm with Morgan's last dollar. Sabrina's going to "stretch it" at a magical dry cleaner's. Wally the dry cleaner stretches the dollar, but the magic doesn't work in the real world. Sabrina urges Morgan to get a job so she can start covering expenses and paying people back. When Morgan refuses to accept any job she comes across Sabrina takes matters into her own hands. She serves Morgan up a slice of humble pie, made by Wally's wife. Morgan gets a job at the coffee shop and is the perfect waitress until she comes across someone who "takes the cake," making the humble pie worthless.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - A Birthday Witch

    Sabrina wants to spend her birthday with her boyfriend, Josh, but her Aunt Irma (Barbara Eden) comes to visit from the Other Realm and puts Harvey on trial because he knows Sabrina is a witch and is determined to test him to see where his loyalties lie. Meanwhile, Roxie's (Soleil Moon Frye) ex-boyfriend Isaac Hanson, playing himself, surprises her by performing with his brothers Taylor and Zac, at the soup kitchen where she volunteers. Sabrina, excited about her upcoming birthday bash, asks the aunts if she can invite Josh to the family celebration. It sounds like a great plan until Hilda and Zelda get a call from Aunt Irma (guest star Barbara Eden, "I Dream of Jeannie"), matriarch of the Spellman clan. She's discovered that Harvey knows the Spellman secret and insists on visiting to interrogate the mortal to see if he can be trusted to keep quiet about the witch thing. Poor Harvey. Sabrina has to tell Josh that he can't attend her birthday dinner because it's just a family thing and beg Harvey to come over and defend himself.Fearing the wrath of Aunt Irma, Hilda and Zelda do everything they can to make sure she's happy. But, when Aunt Irma arrives they all tremble under her steely gaze. Harvey endures every form of torture that Aunt Irma can think of before she asks him one last question — is she an attractive woman? Harvey answers honestly: on the outside she is, but on the inside she's ugly and mean. Accepting his answer as the truth, Aunt Irma relents and is willing to believe that Harvey will keep the secret. Unfortunately, Josh has come by to drop off Sabrina's birthday present and spies Sabrina and Harvey hugging. Thinking the worst, he heads to the soup kitchen to join Roxy. Roxy is busy making a dinner menu because her friend Isaac is coming for a visit. She then 'fesses up that he's not just a friend and he's not just an ordinary guy. Her ex-boyfriend is none other than Isaac Hanson (guest-starring as himself), from the rock group Hanson. Roxy's not the only one disappointed when Isaac calls to say he can't make it after all. Roxy and Miles head down to the soup kitchen to put the special dinner to good use. Isaac stops by the house trying to catch Roxy and finds super-fan Morgan instead. They head over to the soup kitchen to find Roxy. When Sabrina stops by the house she finds Hilda, Zelda and Salem transformed into pigs. Summoning Aunt Irma from the Other Realm, Sabrina begs her to undo the spell. When Aunt Irma refuses, Sabrina stands up to her, telling her exactly how she feels about Aunt Irma's treatment of people. Instead of becoming a pig herself, Sabrina is surprised when Aunt Irma admires her for standing her ground, saying that kind of spunk will land her as the Spellman matriarch someday. Sabrina calls Josh and discovers that he's mad at her and suspects her of having a secret relationship with Harvey. She assures him that he's the only one for her and takes him back to the Spellman house for her birthday dinner. Afterwards, they head down to the soup kitchen as well, where Isaac and his brothers Taylor and Zac perform a song for Roxy.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Deliver Us from E-mail

    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. Sabrina keeps getting e-mails from the Other Realm containing dumb limmericks about witches. She writes back to the unknown sender with a nasty note asking for the e-mails to stop. At the paper Sabrina tells Josh that she's got all of these great ideas for Mike about writing a column. Josh warns her that Mike never lets interns write columns but wishes her luck anyway. When Sabrina pitches Mike her ideas he knocks each one down saying that he's read these stories before. But, Mike encourages her to keep trying because she's on the right track. Little does Sabrina know, but the dumb e-mails are from her jailed evil twin Katrina. The nasty witch gets mad when Sabrina rebuffs her prose so she decides to get even by e-mailing back a virus that will turn Sabrina into an idiot. Josh notices something wrong with Sabrina when she sits in on a meeting with Mike and his staff. She spouts off the dumbest ideas for a column, ruining her chances for gaining any respect or her coveted column.Sabrina spends the day shopping, and acting more like Morgan than is healthy for her. Harvey sends Morgan off on a shopping errand and questions Sabrina about what's going on. He figures out that something magical is affecting her so he takes her to the Spellman house. The aunts realize that she's under a stupid spell and put two and two together about the emails. Only one person in the Other Realm would do that to Sabrina: Katrina. Aunt Zelda pays a visit to Katrina's cell, which she happens to share with Zelda's evil twin Jezebelda. Katrina won't tell Zelda how to cure Sabrina so Zelda bribes Jezebelda with Mary Kay cosmetics to find out the answer. All they have to do is fill Sabrina's head with as much knowledge as possible and hope she can display some common sense before daybreak.Let the classes begin. Harvey, Aunt Hilda and Aunt Zelda spend the entire night teaching Sabrina everything they can think of until she begins putting all the answers together herself. She's cured! Sabrina goes to the paper and explains to Mike and his staff that her behavior the day before was out of the ordinary and begins pitching intelligent ideas for a column. She then apologizes to Josh. And, she gets a little revenge on Katrina by sending her a "kill 'em with kindness" virus. Katrina ends up waiting hand and foot on roommate Jezebelda.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - Cloud Ten

    Sabrina tries to get her own newspaper column, but can't get the editor to read her work. She is also depressed when Roxie and Morgan start becoming good friends, so she connects with an old friend (guest star Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick, aka Vitamin C) from the past to forget the present, Cindy a witch who lives in the other realm. Sabrina is taken by her on a getaway to "Cloud Ten" where all her problems disappear, but the ecstasy only lasts for so long that Sabrina comes crashing back to reality.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - Sabrina and the Candidate

    Sabrina hopes to convince Mike to give her a column when she uncovers shady dealings of a local politician. She scores with a scathing exposé, only to later discover that his "dealings" are actually giving money anonymously to families in need, including one special woman.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - I Think I Love You

    When Sabrina can't find her own voice to tell Josh she loves him, she turns to the Other Realm's relationship guru, the "Love Doctor" who instructs her that she must be honest and truthful with Josh about her true identity before she can say the "L" word.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - The Arrangement

    Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) defies her Great Aunt Irma's about an arranged marriage with a handsome witch from the Other Realm. When his affections turn towards Roxie (Soleil Moon Frye), Sabrina must try to break them up and walks in on his bachelor party complete with a bar room performance by country music singer Andy Griggs (hit single "You Won't Ever Be Lonely").
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Time After Time

    Sabrina mixes old fashioned witchcraft with modern technology to help Zelda mend a long time broken heart, but the spell backfires altering Spellman family history and erasing Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Sabrina and the Kiss

    Sabrina finds herself in trouble when she kisses an old boyfriend, Derek, when he returns and show Sabrina his art work. When she tells Josh, he seems okay. Troubled Sabrina turns to the advice of her roommates, and they assume he's jealous. When Sabrina decides to find out what's wrong with him, a magical whip sends Sabrina and Josh into romantic sagas, and humility ensues. Meanwhile Zelda and Hilda throw a garage sale.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - The Competition

    Sabrina gets offended when Josh says that women can't play tennis as well as men, so she enlists tennis superstar Andy Roddick for lessons and juices up with a witch's potion that sends her competitive streak out of control. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda reluctantly coach Sabrina's mischievous cousin Amanda for her witch's license test.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - I, Busybody

    Sabrina tries to advise her friends but it ends up backfiring on her and decides to mind her own business. But the witch ends up taking a trip to the Other Realm to get a tune-up at Buddy's Busy Body Shop.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - Guilty!

    Sabrina's plan to get Zelda nominated for Professor of the Year turns ugly when the committee discovers Zelda attended college in 1873 and fires her from her dream job. Meanwhile Sabrina is wracked with guilt and ends up stuck on an boarding the Guilt Trip bus for a ride in the Other Realm to try to clear her head and find a way to help her aunt.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - The Whole Ball of Wax

    Sabrina's joy over her mother's unexpected visit quickly diminishes when the witches council's decree that the two must never come face to face and turns Diana into a ball of wax.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - Driving Mr. Goodman

    Sabrina and Miles get in a minor fender bender, but the other driver (Chyna) brings a phony lawsuit to fleece them for millions. Sabrina turns for expert advice to "Car Talk" radio hosts Click and Clack when trouble ensues and Sabrina and Mary Jo Ponder end up in a chick vs. witch fight. Meanwhile Morgan convinces Hilda and Zelda they need an assistant and she's perfect for the job.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - I Fall to Pieces (1)

    Hilda hears wedding bells when she comes home from a shopping spree and announces that she's engaged. She wants to get married immediately, but Zelda and Sabrina doubt that it's true love, so they hatch a plot to break up the new couple. Unfortunately their plan falls through as Hilda falls to pieces---literally. Now the conspirators try to put things back together, but Sabrina learns there's a price for meddling in her aunt's love life when the spell-caster is forced to gamble with her own love life jeopradizing her relationship with Josh.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 1 - Total Sabrina Live! (2)

    This episode concludes I Fall To Pieces! before the credits. Sabrina joins Morgan and Roxie on a trip to visit MTV to meet "Total Request Live" host Carson Daly and interview the rock band Course of Nature after Morgan wins a writing contest with the ultra-hip Scorch music magazine. But after Morgan admits she submitted Sabrina's writing, Sabrina turns it around and captures a job at the magazine. Meanwhile, with her aunts moving back to the Other Realm, Sabrina begins a new chapter of her life when she, Roxie and Morgan move into the house.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 2 - The Big Head

    Sabrina's first assignment at Scorch is to write a profile about an overconfident rock (Howard Dorough), but when her senior editor Annie publishes the truth about the arrogant superstar, he threatens to sue the magazine unless Sabrina gives a public apology at his concert. Back at the house, Morgan and Roxie decide to train Salem. They begin with the purchase of a collar, which proves a shock for the magical cat.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 3 - Call Me Crazy

    Sabrina's desperate attempts to impress her colleagues and prove to them she's not a kid, backfire when she accidentally blurts out too much information about her magical antics and they end up thinking she's bonkers but a chance meeting with Ashanti lands Sabrina an interview and an opportunity for her co-workers to see her in a new light.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 4 - Shift Happens

    Sabrina is scared stiff to interview a hip-hop diva with a nasty reputation, but her spell to make the superstar more harmonious backfires and the girls end up swapping personalities.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 5 - Free Sabrina

    Sabrina sets out to expose a famous actress as a kleptomaniac after she sees the star shoplifting in a boutique. She devises a plan to catch the sticky-fingered diva in the act, but when it backfires Sabrina ends up in the hands of the police.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 6 - Sabrina Unplugged

    When Sabrina is caught by the office webcam using her powers, she magically enters Leonard's computer to destroy the evidence and meets up with the animated characters Shaggy and Scooby Doo. While in the computer, Leonard alters what he believes is a photo of Sabrina and she reemerges looking like a voluptuous cartoon siren.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 7 - Witch Way Out

    Sabrina meets the handsome owner (Austin Peck) of an art gallery, and decides to make a date with him instead of going out with her friends. But she has a change of heart when she realizes he may want to add her to his collection of exotic creatures.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 8 - Bada-Ping!

    Sabrina catches a special performance by pop star Avril Lavigne and meets a talented musician whom she believes is being blackmailed by a gangster. After Sabrina is threatened by the gangster, she and her cousin Amanda take a trip into the future where she sees that her premature death is really caused by Amanda's second-hand smoke.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 9 - It's a Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot Christmas

    Sabrina, Roxie and Morgan spend Christmas with Leonard in Florida, where they run into Roxie's recently paroled mom Candy. But when the vacation home is robbed and Roxie's mom is accused, it's up to Sabrina to prove Candy's innocence and give Roxie the Christmas she always dreamed of.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 10 - Ping, Ping A Song

    Sabrina, Roxie and Morgan decide to audition for a television talent show, where singers compete for a record deal. But the magic Sabrina uses to help the group hit their notes might have some serious side effects that could ruin the girls' friendship.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 11 - The Lyin', the Witch and the Wardrobe

    Sabrina lands an interview and photo shoot with British singer Daniel Bedingfield, but the wardrobe stylist cancels at the last minute. So Sabrina needs to find a replacement for the gig---and fast.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 12 - In Sabrina We Trust

    When Roxie accuses Sabrina of not trusting her, Sabrina's truth spell backfires and she realizes that the only way to reverse it is to reveal to Roxy that she is a witch. Meanwhile, Salem uses the "Elixir of Trust" on Morgan, so she will pamper him and grant his every wish.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 13 - Sabrina in Wonderland

    Sabrina casts a spell to uncover why she keeps running from an attractive guy she met at the office. But she ends up in Wonderland when her magic goes awry.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 14 - Present Perfect

    Sabrina tires of her clumsy ways so she uses her magic to make herself mistake-free, but the spell also turns her into a know-it-all and ends up jeopardizing her friendships. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan run into debt troubles after they use credit cards to pay their bills.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 15 - Cirque du Sabrina

    Sabrina's bedroom is transformed into a circus, complete with a Russian Ringmaster sent to help her balance her out-of-control social life. Sabrina must walk the tightrope until she can find a way to juggle her time between her friends, her ex-boyfriend Harvey and her new boyfriend Aaron (Dylan Neal). In a surprise twist, Sabrina discovers that Harvey is still in love with her. Anson Williams directed the episode written by Suzane Gangursky.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 16 - Getting To Nose You

    Sabrina gets tongue-tied every time she tries to tell Aaron (Dylan Neal) her feelings, so she uses her magic to become a smooth talker. Meanwhile, Harvey tells Roxie and Morgan that he still carries a torch for Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 17 - Romance Looming

    When Sabrina saves Morgan from a deadly fall, she faces the wrath of the Fates, three goddesses who control people's lives. Also, Aaron shows his true feelings for Sabrina, but she suspects that the Fates are manipulating her future.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 18 - Spellmanian Slip

    Sabrina invites Aaron's parents to dinner and discovers that her fiancé has been keeping a big secret. As tensions mount among her bickering guests, she casts a harmony spell that yields unexpected results. Also unexpected is a revealing slip of the tongue made by Sabrina.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 19 - You Slay Me

    After attending a bridal fair, Sabrina decides she wants a "princess wedding" and contacts Cinderella for advice on planning the affair. Unfortunately, the witch goes overboard and begins behaving like a monster instead. Elsewhere, Roxie and Morgan reluctantly unite to plan Sabrina's bridal shower.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 20 - A Fish Tale

    Aunt Irma pays a surprise visit to Sabrina, who desperately tries to conceal the fact that she's marrying a mortal. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan search for a replacement roommate.
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 21 - What a Witch Wants (1)

    Sabrina, Roxie, and Morgan take a cruise to celebrate Sabrina's engagement. The ship passes through the Bermuda Triangle, where witches lose their powers but can have wishes granted. But, why bother if you can get anything you want magically everywhere else in the world?
  • Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Episode 22 - Soul Mates (2)

    In the last ever episode, Sabrina gets cold feet before her wedding (Literally) As Sabrina tries to solve that problem guests start to arrive 3 of which are Amanda, Aunt Hilda and Diana Spellman. Also along with Hilda is an Unrecognisable Zelda in tow- A Candle. After Sabrina solves the cold feet, she then starts to fill with doubt about the wedding and nerves kick in, so Doubt him self decides to pay Sabrina a little visit. He gives her Aaron's soul rock and tells Sabrina if she wants to know if her and Aaron are meant to be together, she should go to the North Star and get her soul rock. With that Sabrina travels to the north star and collects her soul rock, only to find when putting hers and Aaron's together that they don't fit. Meanwhile Amanda perswades Harvey to come to the wedding. At the wedding chaple Sabrina tries to unite the Sould rocks together but with no luck. Guests start to get frustrated as the brides maid, Aaron and Sabrina's mother and Hilda go back to see what is going on. Morgan gives Sabrina an old bracelet for her something old, and a something blue- sorta, borrowed and something new. When the guests return to their places, Sabrina's dad arrives to the wedding. Sabrina then realises that the bracelet Morgan gave her is the one Harvey gave her 7 years ago. Sabrina calls for her mother and Hilda and explains to them that the two pieces didn't match but they asure her she should do what she feels like in her heart. When walking down the isle finally Sabrina starts to say her vows untill the "My true love" has to be said. Sabrina tells Aaron that she can't get married and Aaron says he just wants her to be happy. Sabrina runs out of the church only to find Harvey out side with his soul rock in hand. Sabrina runs towards Harvey and the two kiss and get on Harvey's bike. As the guests look on happy at the two Sabrina and Harvey throw their soul rocks backwards, and the two magicly fit together. Sabrina and Harvey smile and ride off where their future awaits.