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Sabrina The Teenage Witch - Season 6
120. Really Big Season Opener
gs: Sisqo (Vladimir Kortensky) Elizabeth Hart (Actress #1) Winston Story (Joe) Ryan Kirk Buechler (Actor #1) John Heffron (Actor #2) Chelsea Dodson (Student #1) Jesse Plemons (Bigger Kid)

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.

b: 05-Oct-2001 pc: 122 w: Jon Vandergriff d: Andrew Tsao

NOTE: Josh and Harvey do not appear in this episode.
  • From this episode on Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina) has resumed to blonde hair, assuming she dyed it over the summer since the last episode entitled "Finally" we saw her with dark red hair.
  • In this episode the series make a parody of Buffy & the Matrix technically Scary Movie.

  • 121. Sabrina's Date with Destiny
    gs: Brian McFayden (Destiny) Geoff Pierson (President Wayne Banning) Barry Vigon (Profesor Sporx)

    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.

    b: 12-Oct-2001 pc: 120 w: Adam England d: Kenneth R. Koch

    NOTE: Harvey does not appear in this episode.

    122. What's News
    gs: George Wendt (Mike Shelby) Jim Hanna (Reporter) Betty Okino (Mary)

    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?

    b: 19-Oct-2001 pc: 123 w: Dan Berendsen d: Melissa Joan Hart

    NOTE: After being gone since the 4th season finale Harvey Kinkle returns to the show.

    123. Murder on the Halloween Express
    gs: Douglas Sills (The Steward) Martin Warner (Hobo) Douglas Sills (Will, the Steward)

    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.

    b: 26-Oct-2001 pc: 125 w: Dan Berendsen d: Kenneth R. Koch

    124. The Gift of Gab
    gs: Adrienne Barbeau (Herself) Robert Torti (Even Steven) Blake Clark (Phil the Dog)

    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.

    b: 02-Nov-2001 pc: 121 w: Bruce Ferber , Marley Simms d: Brian Roberts

    NOTE: Josh, Morgan, and Harvey do not appear in this episode.
  • Phil the Dog also appeared in the Season 5 episode, "Witchright Hall."

  • 125. Thin Ice
    gs: Patrick Bristow (Mercury) Dion Anderson (Zeus) P.J. Marino (Tom) Slade Barnett (Hockey Player)

    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.

    b: 09-Nov-2001 pc: 126 w: Ruth Bennett d: Andrew Tsao

    126. Hex, Lies & No Videotape
    gs: George Wendt (Mike Shelby) Dorie Barton (Rebecca) Patrick Roman Miller (Cassius) Gregg Binkley (Staff Member #1) Tom Beyer (Staff Member #2)

    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."

    b: 16-Nov-2001 pc: 127 w: Suzanne Gangursky d: Melissa Joan Hart

    NOTE: Hex,Lies & no Videotape is a spin-off from the episode Weapon X , Lies , And Videotape from the X-Men
  • Re: what are you talking about no it is not. The title is based on the movie "Sex, Lies, and Videotape.

  • 127. Humble Pie
    gs: Ron Lester (Wally) David Starzyk (Arthur Carlin) Geoff Pierson (President Wayne Banning) Sara Ballantine (Other Realm Creature) Keislike Hdashi (Delievery Man) Raffa Le Di Blasio (Alan) Jeff Witzke (Customer) Leslie Stevens (Patty) D. Elliot Woods (Proffesor) Paul McKinney (Pizza Man)

    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.

    b: 07-Dec-2001 pc: 124 w: Laurie Gelman d: Brian Roberts

    NOTE: Harvey does not appear in this episode
  • this episode was to have been aired as the fourth episode but was replaced by MURDER ON THE HALLOWEEN EXPRESS due to the WB changing the premiere date from sep 11 to Oct 5 due to the following tragidies.Causing this episode to air as one of the last for the fist half season.

  • 128. A Birthday Witch
    gs: Barbara Eden (Great Aunt Irma Spellman) Taylor Hanson (Himself) Zac Hanson (Himself) Barry Cutler (McGeorge) Joshua Wheeler (Baxter) Issac Hanson (Himself)

    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.

    b: 11-Jan-2002 pc: 129 w: Adam England d: Kenneth R. Koch

    NOTE: This episode was to have been the Christmas episode for this season. Following the tragedies, the WB requested that its shows not make Christmas episodes. At the last minute, the "Sabrina" crew decided to rewrite the episode as Sabrina's birthday.

    129. Deliver Us from E-mail
    gs: George Wendt (Mike Shelby) Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina's evil twin)

    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.

    b: 18-Jan-2002 pc: 128 w: Dan Kael d: Anson Williams

    130. Cloud Ten
    gs: Vitamin C (Cindy) Parry Shen (Seth) George Wendt (Mike Shebly) Jay Michael Ferguson (Andy)

    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.

    b: 25-Jan-2002 pc: 130 w: Laurie Gelman d: Beth Broderick

    NOTE: This Episode was Dedicated as follows: In Loving Memory of Timothy Lasquade

    131. Sabrina and the Candidate
    gs: George Wendt (Mike Shebly) Mark Dobies (Robert) Carnie Wilson ()

    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.

    b: 01-Feb-2002 pc: 132 w: Jon Vandergriff d: Anson Williams

    132. I Think I Love You
    gs: Usher (Doctor Love) Alexis Fields (Love Support Group Leader)

    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.

    b: 15-Feb-2002 pc: 131 w: Barry Vigon & Tom Walla d: Bill Layton

    133. The Arrangement
    gs: Barbara Eden (Great Aunt Irma Spellman) Andy Griggs (Himself) Greg Vaughan (Peter)

    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").

    b: 22-Feb-2002 pc: 134 w: Rosalind Moore d: Kenneth R. Koch

    NOTE: Harvey and Morgan do not appear in this episode.

    134. Time After Time
    gs: Jere Burns (Gabriel) Rebecca Lin (Reporter) Teren Greathouse (Beatnik 1) Craig Frazier (Customer)

    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.

    b: 15-Mar-2002 pc: 133 w: Dan Berendsen d: Jeff Mellman

    135. Sabrina and the Kiss
    gs: Dan Sachoff (Larry) Kathleen Noone (Francesca) Bryan Kirkwood (Derek) Gene Arrington (Stan) David Sobel (Henri) Kyle olerider Krugh (Joe) Danny Breen (Jim) Dan Sachoff (Larry) Tony Ranaudo (Fabrizio)

    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.

    b: 22-Mar-2002 pc: 137 w: Suzanne Gangursky d: Jeff Melman

    NOTE: Derek returns from "Some Of My Best Friends Are Half-Mortals".

    136. The Competition
    gs: Andy Roddick (Himself) Emily Hart (Amanda) James Read (Ben) Natalija Nogulich (Geri)

    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.

    b: 05-Apr-2002 pc: 136 w: Ruth Bennet d: Kenneth R. Koch

    137. I, Busybody
    gs: Debbe Dunning () Steven Petrarca (Buddy) Simon Harvey (Franklin)

    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.

    b: 12-Apr-2002 pc: 140

    138. Guilty!
    gs: Conchata Ferrell (Bus Driver) John O'Hurley (Professor) Charles Chun (Chad) Gina St. John (Kerry) Hiram Kasten (Dr. Schwartz) Lindsay Parker (Margie) Barry Vigon (Ernesto Jimenes) Bert Hilkes (Man) Jenna Stewart (Woman) Brandy Norwood (Mystery Caller (uncredited))

    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.

    b: 19-Apr-2002 pc: 141 w: Dan Berendsen d: Beth Broderick

    NOTE: On this night the wb had all its friday night sitcoms play a game with a mystrey caller.
  • The weird thing is if Zelda atteended college in 1873 that would mean she's only about 130! And she's older then Hilda who is 650
  • In response to Zelda's age because she attended college in 1873, you seem to forget the time period from when she was born up to 1873. She probably couldn't attend college at all before that period, I'm surprised she was able to then. Women were supposed to be in the home knitting and making dinner for their husbands, not getting smarts. Times were different then, thank goodness for the change. Ugh I can't imagine college if it was all guys...
  • Neither Elisa Donovan, Nate Richert nor David Lascher appear in this episode.

  • 139. The Whole Ball of Wax
    gs: Christopher Michael (Guard for the Witches' Council) Alley Mills (Diana)

    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.

    b: 26-Apr-2002 pc: 138 w: Laurie Gelman d: Henry Winkler

    NOTE: In this episode, we see a whole new witches' council. It is mentioned that the old members of the council (seen in seasons 2-3) were "taken out to pasture."

    140. Driving Mr. Goodman
    gs: Joanie Launer (Mary Jo Ponder) Lucas Ford (Ivan) Greg Croner (Delivery Guy) Tonia Villalobos (Olga) Tom Magliozzi (Click) Ray Magliozzi (Clack) Howard Hoffman (Voice of Mary Jo's Car) Joanie Laurer (Mary Jo Ponder)

    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.

    b: 03-May-2002 pc: 135 w: Suzanne Gangursky d: Brian Roberts

    NOTE: David Lascher does not appear in this episode.

    141. I Fall to Pieces (1)
    gs: Sean Cw Johnson (Caterer) Douglas Sills (Will, the Steward)

    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.

    b: 10-May-2002 pc: 139 w: Jon Vandergriff d: Melissa Joan Hart

    NOTE: This will be the last episode for:
    Miles.......Trevor Lissauer
    Josh........David Lascher
    Zelda........Beth Broderick
    Hilda........Caroline Rhea.
  • Will, the Steward from "Murder On The Halloween Express" returns as Hilda's fiancee.
  • Hilda returns for the last ever episode.

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