Season 1, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/17/1964
I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha
This magical 1960s series begins when Darrin and Samantha first bump into each other. They realize that they have real feelings for each other and they decide to get married. What Darrin doesn't know is that Samantha is a witch. On their honeymoon, Endora visits Samantha and tells her that she made a big mistake marrying a mortal and spends eight years trying to break the marriage. Samantha tells Darrin the truth about herself and gives him a demo of her powers. After a little soul searching, Darrin accepts her background and wants her to be a regular housewife and not to practice witchcraft. Until his former girlfriend Sheila Sommers comes in the picture. She invites Darrin and Samantha to her house for a dinner party. At the party, Sheila trashes Samantha with insults, and Samantha teaches her a lesson by trashing her party with magic! Darrin doesn't like the fact that Samantha used her magic to get even, but Sheila did get what she had coming to her. And so begins eight years of magic and misunderstanding in Darrin and Samantha's life.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/24/1964
Be It Ever So Mortgaged
Darrin is buying a new house and wants Samantha to check it out. Samantha and Endora go to 1164 Morning Glory Circle and have a lot of fun rearranging the place with magic. Of course, they also have new neighbors, nosy Gladys Kravitz and her do-nothing husband Abner Kravitz. Gladys knows that she sees something funny going on at the Stephens' new house, but Abner doesn't believe her.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/1/1964
Mother Meets What's His Name
Gladys is unable to convince Abner that strange things seem to be happening at the Stephens' home. Gladys, June Foster, and Shirley Clyde, with their sons, visit the Stephens' home to welcome Samantha to the community, and to humiliate Sam in the process. When the boys pester Endora, she uses magic to tie the three of them up. On leaving, Gladys tries to point out to her friends that it would be physically impossible for three boys to tie themselves up. Later Darrin returns home for his first meeting with Endora, and they never actually get along. Endora threatens to turn Darrin into an artichoke, but Samantha says that she would turn herself into an artichoke if that happened.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/8/1964
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog
Samantha gives a dinner party to impress Rex Barker, one of Darrin's clients. Rex brings along his date, Babs Livingston, but advances on Samantha in the garden when he gets drunk. To teach him a lesson in treating people with respect, Samantha changes him into a dog. Darrin, thinking only of the possible loss of the account, is furious and Samantha locks him and the dog out. Endora sets a cat on the dog (Big mistake!). Samantha takes Barker to a vet and then changes him back to a man. The next morning, Barker, not having learned a thing from the night before, again makes a pass at Samantha (Very BIG mistake!). Darrin punches him and quits on the spot. Later, Barker apologizes and signs the contract on condition that Darrin return to the agency.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/15/1964
Help, Help, Don't Save Me
Darrin is thrown in for a loop trying to find a perfect slogan for the Caldwell Soup account. Samantha gives him spectacular ideas, and Darrin accuses her of using witchcraft and submits his own ideas. Caldwell rejects his ideas and Darrin accuses Sam for using witchcraft to influence Caldwell's decision. Samantha packs up her stuff and threatens to separate and Darrin is totally crushed. Darrin then submits Samantha's ideas to Larry, who thinks that they are great. Darrin soon realizes that Samantha had nothing at all to do with what has happened with Caldwell and they make up. As they make up, Samantha says that no can of soup should come between them, and Darrin thinks that that is a spectacular slogan for Caldwell Soups.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/22/1964
Little Pitchers Have Big Fears
Samantha meets Marshall Burns, a boy whose overprotective mother outlaws everything fun for kids. To get his spirits up, Samantha takes Marshall to a baseball game so he can practice for the team. They find out that Floyd Kravitz, Gladys' nephew, is the MVP. Marshall makes Floyd think twice when he becomes a successful player, thanks to Sam's magic touches. Mrs. Burns does not think that Marshall playing baseball is a great idea and forbids him to play ever. So, Marshall takes it upon himself to run away and play in the big Junior League game in the ball field. Samantha, Darrin and Mrs. Burns go to the ball game where they see Marshall making it big. Darrin has his eyes on Sam when she tries to help Marshall, but Marshall prevails without her magic. The coach decides to spend extra time with Marshall and Mrs. Burns is all for it.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/29/1964
The Witches Are Out
Samantha does not like Halloween because of the image that people have of witches: Ugly, mean, and wicked. Samantha tries to get Darrin to see her way when he is working on a candy account. Mr. Brinkman wants to use the traditional witch while Darrin displays a beautiful, more glamorous witch. When Darrin refuses, he is fired from his job. When Samantha hears of this, she gets her witch friends Bertha, Mary and her Aunt Clara to help her get even with Brinkman. Brinkman sees the error of his ways when they zap him into the ugly old witch that he so desperately wants to display. He agrees to use the beautiful witch, thereby saving Darrin's job.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/5/1964
The Girl Reporter
Teenager Liza Randall interviews Darrin about his career in advertising for a school newspaper. After Darrin takes Liza to the agency on Saturday, Liza's jealous boy friend, Marvin "Monster" Grogan, visits Samantha. Monster, a football star, wants to batter Darrin. Samantha, stuffing Monster with food, explains the innocence of Darrin and Liza's relationship although she knows Liza is more than interested in Darrin. At the office, Liza pours drinks. Liza and Darrin are doused when Darrin tries to take the drink away from her. Darrin escapes an awkward situation when boss Larry Tate arrives with two prospective clients. Meanwhile, Monster takes a romantic interest in Samantha. Darrin and Liza arrive, reeking of liquor. Darrin accuses Samantha of playing up to Monster. Samantha taunts him about Liza. However, when Monster winds up to clout Darrin, he bruises his hand on the invisible shield Samantha has created. When Liza slaps Darrin, however, Samantha lets him get the full force of the blow. Later Samantha removes her own protective shield when Darrin tries to make up.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/12/1964
Witch or Wife?
Darrin's workload piles sky-high when Larry Tate and his wife Louise fly to Paris to cover the fashion shows for a client. Samantha spends most of the time alone playing solitaire. She accepts Endora's invitation to fly to Paris, without a plane of course, for lunch. In Paris, Samantha and Endora run into the Tates. Larry, surprised, phones Darrin that Samantha and her mother are in Paris with them. Samantha returns home immediately. Darrin tells Samantha their marriage is a mistake, since he has taken her away from all the high living she seems to love. Although Samantha tries to convince Darrin that he is wrong, she angrily leaves, and returns to Paris. Larry Tate tells Darrin that Samantha is lonesome for him. Darrin decides to follow her to Paris. After several unsuccessful tries, Samantha gets on Darrin's plane, and they arrive in Paris together.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/19/1964
Just One Happy Family
Endora tells Samantha that Maurice, her father, is coming to visit. Endora warns Samantha that Maurice will be furious when he learns that his daughter has married a mortal. Samantha, determined to stand up to her father, gets Darrin to stay in town on the night Maurice calls. Samantha tells Maurice that her husband is in Washington, but Maurice knows better when he says that Darrin is a mortal. Of course, Darrin comes home and Maurice makes him disappear. Samantha wants her father to bring Darrin back and tells Maurice how happy she is with Darrin.
Season 1, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/26/1964
It Takes One to Know One
When Darrin starts searching for a "Miss Jasmine" for his firm's perfume account, Endora seizes the opportunity to sow doubt in Samantha's mind about her husband's loyalty. The search for a beautiful model ends when Janine Fleur arrives. Both Larry and Darrin agree that Janine is "Miss Jasmine." Samantha learns that Janine is a witch whom Endora has asked to captivate Darrin. Samantha warns Janine to keep away from Darrin. Janine, intrigued, keeps on with her original assignment. Darrin uses Larry Tate as his chaperone to keep him from becoming involved with Janine. Darrin and Larry go to Janine's apartment to discuss details of the "Miss Jasmine" campaign. Janine doctors the drinks. Larry falls asleep and Darrin becomes amorous. Just as Darrin starts to kiss Janine, Samantha uses her witchcraft, and Darrin appears to Janine as a large ugly fish. When the campaign is completed, Samantha turns the advertising picture of "Miss Jasmine" into a caricature of Janine.
Season 1, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/3/1964
And Something Makes Three
Larry and Louise Tate have been married for sixteen years and have no children. Louise asks Samantha to go with her to an obstetrician as tests have shown she is going to be a mother. Louise tells Samantha she is afraid to tell Larry since she believes he hates children. Larry, visiting his dentist at the medical center, sees Louise and Samantha enter the obstetrician's office. Thinking Samantha is going to have a baby, he tells Darrin, but cautions him not to say anything until Samantha tells him. In a reverie, Darrin visualizes his children as little witches. He comes to with a sinking feeling. Samantha invites the Tates to dinner. Both Larry and Darrin hover over Samantha, warning her not to exert herself. Louise is all but forgotten, but makes several unsuccessful attempts to tell Larry that he is to be a father. Finally, Samantha tells Larry. He is overjoyed. Although Darrin doesn't tell Samantha about his reverie, he is reassured when she tells him she hopes they have a child who looks just like him.
Season 1, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/10/1964
Love is Blind
Samantha's friend, Gertrude, a nice, plain-looking girl, expresses her envy of the happiness Samantha has found in marriage. Although Darrin tries to avoid getting mixed up in matchmaking, Samantha persuades him to bring Kermit, a handsome artist, home to dinner to meet Gertrude. Kermit falls for Gertrude. Although Samantha will not admit it, Darrin suspects Gertrude is a witch and tries to break up her romance with Kermit. Darrin arranges a meeting at a night spot for Kermit with Susan, a former girl friend. There, Samantha uses witchcraft to get Susan into an argument with Kermit. Susan storms out, unable to recall what has happened. When Gertrude arrives, according to Samantha's plan, Kermit proposes to her.
Season 1, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/17/1964
Samantha Meets the Folks
Darrin's parents pay their first visit to the Stephens home. Darrin's mother, Phyllis, hopes to find that his wife is a poor housekeeper. Soon after, Samantha's Aunt Clara comes down the chimney for an unexpected visit. Darrin is worried about the kind of impression Aunt Clara will make on his parents, but agrees with Samantha that they must make Aunt Clara feel welcome. Determined to help Samantha make a hit with her in-laws, Aunt Clara uses her witchcraft to whip up a feast for dinner. Thinking that Samantha has done the cooking, Phyllis becomes quite upset. Although Samantha warns him to be tactful, Darrin makes Aunt Clara feel she is not wanted. After Aunt Clara's departure, Samantha gets into an argument with Darrin, during which Phyllis learns Aunt Clara cooked the dinner. When Samantha admits she is not a good housekeeper, Phyllis, who felt she was being pushed aside, knows she is going to love her daughter-in-law. Darrin persuades Aunt Clara to return and the evening ends happily for all.
Season 1, Episode 15 – Aired: 12/24/1964
A Vision of Sugar Plums
Seven year old Tommy, who lives in an orphanage, is happy to spend Christmas with Gladys and Abner Kravitz. Six year old Michael, also an orphan, derides Tommy's belief in Santa Claus. When Samantha and Darrin bring him home for the holidays, their efforts to get Michael to share in the festivities of the season fail. After Michael admits that he would believe in Santa Claus if he really existed, Samantha takes Michael and Darrin on her broom-stick to the North Pole, where Michael meets Santa Claus. Later, back at home, Darrin and Michael awake. Although both feel they have dreamed the trip, Michael now believes in Santa Claus. Gladys overhears Michael tell Tommy he has met Santa Claus. When she tries to pin Tommy down, he denies that Michael has ever mentioned it. Mrs. Grange, the director of the orphanage, comes to the Stephens home with George and Sarah Johnson. At the Kravitz home, both Gladys and Abner, who are about to return Tommy to the orphanage, express their wish to have someone like Tommy permanently. When Michael leaves with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Samantha and Darrin know Michael has found two loving parents.
Season 1, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/7/1965
The members of the Hospital Fund Auxiliary appoint Samantha Entertainment Chairman for the group's bazaar. Limited to spending fifty dollars, Samantha hires Zeno, a broken down magician who has taken to drink. Because of this, his assistant, Roxie Ames, has left the act. Using her gift of magic, Samantha makes Zeno the hit of the show. As a result, Zeno gets a job on TV. Zeno pleads with Samantha to help him. Assisted by Samantha, Zeno runs through a very successful rehearsal. Just before the show goes on the air, Roxie appears and injects herself into the act. Hogging the show, Roxie kills Zeno's act and his confidence. She admits she returned just to get a regular spot on TV herself. Samantha turns Roxie into a comic prop for Zeno. After Zeno's successful performance, Darrin tells Samantha that his client has booked Zeno for the next thirteen weeks. Darrin attempts some magic on his own. When he succeeds, he is not certain whether his skill or Samantha's magic is responsible.
Season 1, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/14/1965
A is for Aardvark
Darrin sprains his ankle and is confined to bed with his foot in a cast. Wearying of running up and down stairs on errands for Darrin, Samantha suggests he use her power of witchcraft during the emergency. Endora warns Samantha that she is making a mistake. After his initial wishes are granted, Darrin, as Endora had predicted, becomes drunk with power. After showering Samantha with gifts, Darrin not only decides to use his power to get a larger home, but also tells Larry Tate, his boss, that he is retiring so that he and Samantha can take a trip around the world. Samantha's initial plan to stop Darrin by showering him with new luxuries fails. Then Darrin gives Samantha flowers and a wristwatch he has purchased with his own money. From Samantha's happy reaction, Darrin realizes these gifts mean more to her than all the others. Samantha happily agrees to his request that she take back his powers of witchcraft.
Season 1, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/21/1965
The Cat's Meow
After arranging to meet Samantha to celebrate their six months' anniversary, Darrin arrives at his office to meet Margaret Marshall, chairman of the board of a cosmetic firm. Margaret, a stunning woman in her late thirties, successful both with men and in business, insists that Darrin fly to Chicago that night to complete the quarter million dollar campaign he had planned for her company. Fumbling out of the anniversary arrangements with Samantha, Darrin flies to Chicago, and meets Margaret, who has become quite interested in him, aboard her yacht. There, Darrin sees a cat, and feels it may be Samantha, egged on by her mother, Endora, to fly to Chicago to check on his activities. While Darrin evades Margaret's advances, a pelican arrives on the scene. Although both Margaret and Captain Kelly feel there is something strange in Darrin's reactions to the animals, Margaret, realizing Darrin is truly in love with his wife, accepts his advertising campaign. Greeted by Samantha at home, Darrin is reassured that the cat he has brought with him is not his wife. However, when the pelican arrives, Darrin is uncertain whether it might not be Endora.
Season 1, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/28/1965
A Nice Little Dinner Party
After Endora promises to curb her witchery for the evening, Samantha arranges a dinner for Darrin's parents and her mother to meet. Darrin is fearful of the results. Frank Stephens has just retired and feels lost and insecure. Endora, being utterly charming, as she has promised Samantha, plays up to Frank. Frank once more feels life is worth living, but Phyllis becomes jealous. Before Phyllis is through, she is sure Endora wants to take Frank from her. She asks Darrin for the name of a divorce lawyer. Darrin and Samantha work feverishly to save the marriage. Despite their efforts, Phyllis takes a train to Arizona and Frank boards a plane on the first step of a world trip. Samantha asks Endora's help. Using her witchcraft, Endora brings both train and plane to Angel Falls, where Frank had proposed to Phyllis years before. In the romantic setting, they both realize they are much younger than they thought.
Season 1, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/4/1965
Your Witch is Showing
After Darrin refuses to let Sam go to a wedding in Egypt, Darrin has problems with his newest account. Larry helps Darrin out by hiring an assistant named Gideon Whitsett. Endora had warned Darrin that he was going to get into a heap of trouble, and Darrin believes that Gideon is a warlock sent by her to make him fail. Actually, Gideon is mainly stealing Darrin's ideas and making them as his own. Samantha uses her magic to make him confess.
Season 1, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/11/1965
Darrin is looking for a model for an all-important campaign. On cue, Samantha turns a cat into an Asian siren named Ling Ling. Everything goes ultimately well, until the photographer, Wally Ames, wants to make a date with her. Samantha and Darrin each try to break them up, but to no avail. Samantha makes Ling Ling come clean about her true nature when she spikes Ling Ling's drink with catnip. Samantha then turns Ling Ling back into a cat, but not before Gladys notices Ling Ling kneeling on the ground lapping milk.
Season 1, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/25/1965
Eye of the Beholder
Endora tries to make Samantha seem older than she actually is by putting her face on an old painting dating back to 1690. Darrin notices this and wonders if he's growing old while she remains young. Samantha finds out that her mother is to blame for all this mess, and Endora tells her that she can age along with Darrin.
Season 1, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/4/1965
Red Light, Green Light
Morning Glory Circle badly needs a traffic signal on their street. While everyone tries to convince Town Hall to put up a traffic light, Endora tries her best by collecting every traffic signal possible. The Mayor decides that no traffic light is needed, but when Samantha magically ties him up in traffic, he ends up eating some serious crow.
Season 1, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/11/1965
Which Witch is Which?
DOPPELGANGER ALERT! Endora poses as Samantha so she can take her place at a dress fitting. But an author, Bob Frazer, falls for Endora-Samantha, the worst part being that Gladys has seen them both together. Darrin tells the real Samantha that Bob Frazer is visiting them, and Bob mistakes her for the woman he met in the department store, which was Endora. Sam confronts Endora about it, and Endora, as Sam, tries to break it up with Bob. To break the confusion in this episode, Bob thinks that Endora-Sam and Samantha are identical twins.
Season 1, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/18/1965
There's a new sexy, vivacious lady in town! Her name is Pleasure O'Reilly, a model who is hiding from her overly jealous boyfriend, Thor "Thunderbolt" Swenson. She calls on the Stephens late one night and needs protection from Thor, who found out her new address. Darrin agrees to help her out, and when Thor comes to look for Pleasure, Samantha makes him think that Darrin's got a thing going on with Pleasure. When Thor goes after Darrin, Samantha turns him into his grandmother. Darrin might be saved, but Abner isn't! After Abner gets knocked out for no reason at all, Pleasure's lawyer puts a restraining order on Thor to keep him away, but not before taking her to the mayor's office for an honor she has received.
Season 1, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/25/1965
Driving is the Only Way to Fly
Samantha wants to learn how to drive, but after an incident with Darrin, he enrolls her in a driving school. Sam is instructed by a nervous wreck named Harold Harold (Paul Lynde's first appearance). Samantha uses her witchcraft to get out of potential accidents, and Harold gets so out-of-control after hearing Endora's voice that he goes to see a psychiatrist. As a result, Harold is fired, but is turned over when Sam states that she will go to another school.
Season 1, Episode 27 – Aired: 4/1/1965
There's No Witch Like an Old Witch
Poor Aunt Clara. She feels useless when her magic is out of whack, and nearly destroys Sam and Darrin's house when she tries to help out. Sam and Darrin notice that Aunt Clara's true calling is babysitting when she sits for a friend's child. After her first job, Clara is a big hit with the children and their parents. Everything goes perfect until she starts telling the children that she is a witch. Because of this, Aunt Clara is barred from babysitting. A judge is impressed by Aunt Clara and wants her to babysit his son, but the Stephens send Clara off to Miami with her friends.
Season 1, Episode 28 – Aired: 4/8/1965
Open the Door Witchcraft
Garage door openers become the absolute rage when Samantha uses her magic to open her garage door. To ward off the Kravitzes, Darrin is forced to buy a remote control for the garage. The thrill is short-lived when airplane signals keep controlling the door, and Darrin accuses her of using magic. Sam swears that she will never use witchcraft again, but wish she had when a plane signal locks the garage -- with them in it! Darrin wants her to open the door, but Sam goes by her oath as another plane flies by. The door flies open and they are free to go, but they face another obstacle -- facing the Kravitzes!
Season 1, Episode 29 – Aired: 4/15/1965
Gladys catches Sam and her magic at work when she is rearranging pictures. Of course, Samantha convinces Gladys that she's the one doing the magic, by ESP. Gladys goes crazy with the notion that she has "powers," so Samantha sets up a seance to scare Gladys. Using her magic, she creates ghosts and turns Abner into a pile of dust! Gladys swears to give up her "powers" to bring Abner back, and he returns to his original form.
Season 1, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/22/1965
George the Warlock
Darrin is spending a lot of time with D.D. "Danger" O'Reilly, Pleasure's younger sister, who is house-sitting for Pleasure. Endora, as usual, tries to break up the marriage again by using a handsome male warlock named George to woo Samantha. When his plan (and Endora's) is unsuccessful, he turns himself into a raven with a lot of talent, so much talent that he creates a perfect image for Darrin's advertising campaign for typewriters. Samantha tells Darrin who is behind the raven, and George turns back into his old self and starts going after Danger O'Reilly. Endora has lost again when he returns to his girls.
Season 1, Episode 31 – Aired: 4/29/1965
That Was My Wife
Darrin and Samantha try to spice up their marriage by reserving a suite at a fancy hotel. She arrives in a brunette wig and hugs Darrin, not knowing that they are being watched by Larry! Samantha later forgets a book and pops home to get it. Larry sees her at home and this causes a great misunderstanding. Louise tries to help out the supposedly doomed marriage, but when she meets Darrin in the hotel lobby to talk, Larry thinks that she was the brunette he saw before. After Darrin gets punched in the eye by Larry, the misunderstanding is cleared up when Darrin explains how Samantha got home and back to the hotel: she knew a short cut.
Season 1, Episode 32 – Aired: 5/6/1965
The Kravitzes have a fight and Abner is kicked out of the house. The Stephenses welcome him with open arms, and Abner decides to stay with them permanently. Samantha gets them back together by having them dream about the day they proposed to each other. It works, and Gladys and Abner run out into the street -- in slow motion -- and embrace each other.
Season 1, Episode 33 – Aired: 5/13/1965
A Change of Face
Darrin becomes totally insecure about his looks after Sam and Endora play Mr. Potato Head with his face while he is asleep. Samantha tries to build up his ego, but all efforts fail. What to do? Turn yourself into a very sexy French woman and convince your husband that it's what's inside that counts.
Season 1, Episode 34 – Aired: 5/20/1965
Remember the Main
Election fever sweeps Morning Glory Circle, and Sam and Darrin become campaign managers for a city council candidate. Endora's magic helps bring his corrupt opponent's dirty dealings to light.
Season 1, Episode 35 – Aired: 5/27/1965
Eat at Mario's
Samantha and Endora enjoy lunch at a great pizzaria owned by Mario. It seems that he is not selling pizzas and his business is going down the tubes. Samantha and Endora try to help out Mario, but end up endangering Darrin's job.
Season 1, Episode 36 – Aired: 6/3/1965
Endora is not alone when she tries to break up the Stephens' marriage. It seems that a mute elf named Edgar voices his disapproval when he begins playing dirty tricks on Darrin. As a result of these tricks, a competitor named Fred Schulwiler almost gets a shoe account. Edgar realizes that Samantha really loves Darrin and to show his appreciation, Edgar helps Darrin win the account by playing pranks on Schulwiler.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/16/1965
Alias Darrin Stephens
The second season of the "witch-com" begins with wonderful news: Samantha is about to have a baby! Now, if she can only find Darrin, who's been changed into a chimpanzee by Aunt Clara...
Season 2, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/23/1965
A Very Special Delivery
Darrin has some serious labor pains in this episode. After reading a book about how pregnant mothers should be active, he starts ordering Samantha around. Endora puts a spell on him showing him how wrong he is treating Samantha. After seeing how life is when the shoe is on the other foot, he backs down.
Season 2, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/30/1965
We're in For a Bad Spell
The Stephenses have to help out a man named Adam Newlarken who is doomed to be a thief if he doesn't break a two-hundred year old curse placed on his family. To free him from the curse, Sam and Darrin must somehow coax Adam into completing three absurd tasks, including riding through the streets dressed as Paul Revere while shouting, "Witches are good, witches are dear!" Things gets really serious when he ends up with a whole lot of money, which is coincidentally the exact amount his bank is missing that day!
Season 2, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/7/1965
My Grandson the Warlock
The Stephenses must look after the Tate's baby while the Tates are in London and their governess gets sick. When Sam and Darrin return from the Tate's house with baby Jonathan Tate, nosy Gladys Kravitz finds Maurice and tells him that Sam's baby has been born. Maurice then takes Jonathan, who he believes is his grandson, to a Warlock Club in London to teach him about witchcraft. After series of misunderstandings, Samantha clears everything up when she tells Maurice and Gladys that her baby is not due for a few months.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/14/1965
The Joker is a Card
Uncle Arthur arrives playing practical jokes on Darrin and Endora while Samantha is trying to get these two antagonists to make up once and for all. Uncle Arthur notices Darrin's problems with Endora and encourages him do something. Uncle Arthur pretends to teach Darrin some magic by showing him how to use the "Yagazuzie Zim" spell to make Endora disappear. It eventually backfires on Arthur, and a situation occurs where he seems to actually need Darrin's help in getting Endora back.
Season 2, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/21/1965
Take Two Aspirin and Half a Pint of Porpoise Milk
As a result from a black Peruvian rose, Samantha starts getting sick and loses her powers. She ends up getting green spots all over her face and needs a remedy with a rare ingredient, an ostrich feather. Just when you think that getting the ostrich feather was all they needed, it turns out that they also need the petals of the dreaded rose to make Samantha feel better again.
Season 2, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/28/1965
Trick or Treat
In the second Halloween episode of the series, Endora turns Darrin into a werewolf when he refuses to let Samantha go to a witches' Halloween ceremony.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/4/1965
The Very Informal Dress
Samantha and Darrin need some new formal wear for a dinner party that Larry is throwing for a new client, Charles Barrows. And who supplies the beautiful clothes for them to wear? Aunt Clara, the witch with the missing links. Everything goes well, until the clothes start disappearing off the backs of the Stephens. Also, Darrin gets in trouble not only for parking in front of a fire hydrant (Aunt Clara moved the hydrant earlier, but when the clothes started wearing off, the hydrant went back to the original place), but for a charge of indecent exposure!
Season 2, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/11/1965
And Then I Wrote...
Samantha sets up a play for a rest home to celebrate the end of the Civil War. As she writes, Endora brings her characters to life to help Sam out. Of course, nosy Gladys see all this and goes crazy, as usual. Sam suffers a writer's block near the end of writing, and her play characters lend a hand to tie up the loose ends.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/18/1965
A lesson is learned by watching this episode: if you want to appeal to kids, you have to be a kid yourself. Of course, Darrin learns that the hard way when he is changed into a boy courtesy of Endora. This turns out to be an excellent marketing ploy when Larry suggests that Darrin as a boy to promote his new client's toy ship company. Of course, Sam changes him back to an adult, but Larry and the client like the boy so much that Darrin gets changed back and forth from adult to kid!
Season 2, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/25/1965
Aunt Clara's Old Flame
Aunt Clara is embarrassed when an old boyfriend Hedley Partridge comes to see her. She is afraid that he will not talk to her because her magic is fading away, but she learns that he has the same problem, too. Finally even Endora does a good thing by playing the violin for their dance music.
Season 2, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/2/1965
A Strange Little Visitor
Samantha and Darrin agree to babysit a young warlock boy named Merle. Once there, Merle is given the ultimate ground rule from Darrin: NO WITCHCRAFT! Merle keeps his end of the bargain until a burglar breaks in and ties both him and Darrin together. The burglar is after an expensive necklace that Larry had given Darrin to keep for Louise, and is conned by Darrin into taking a toy fire engine. As soon as the burglar take it, Darrin tells Merle to hit the magic and the burglar is scared off by Merle's powers.
Season 2, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/9/1965
My Boss the Teddy Bear
Endora invites Darrin and Samantha to a wedding out of town, but Darrin is not sure that Larry will give him a day off. Endora thinks about turning Larry into an object, but thinks better of it when she asks Larry to let Darrin go. Endora learns that he is looking for a teddy bear for his son and she brings a teddy bear to his office. Darrin thinks the worst when he sees the teddy bear sitting in Larry's office, and after a series of misunderstandings, everything clears up when Larry actually walks in! It seems that Larry was out somewhere and Endora left the teddy bear in his office while he was out.
Season 2, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/16/1965
Speak the Truth
Darrin learns that the truth does not always set you free when he is bewitched by a statue placed under Endora's spell that makes everyone tell the truth.
Season 2, Episode 15 – Aired: 12/23/1965
A Vision of Sugar Plums
Darrin and Samantha receive a Christmas card from Michael, the former orphan who stayed with them last year during the holidays. This leads them to recall the events in an extended flashback. At the orphanage, Michael derides Tommy, another orphan, for his belief in Santa Claus. When Samantha and Darrin bring Michael home for Christmas, their efforts to get him to share in the festivities of the season fail. After Michael admits that he would believe in Santa Claus if he really existed, Samantha takes Michael and Darrin on her broom-stick to the North Pole, where Michael meets Santa Claus. Later, back at home, Darrin and Michael awake. Although both feel they have dreamed the trip, Michael now believes in Santa Claus. At the Kravitzes', where Tommy is staying, Gladys overhears Michael tell Tommy he has met Santa Claus. When she tries to pin Tommy down, he denies that Michael has ever mentioned it. Mrs. Grange, the director of the orphanage, comes to the Stephens home with George and Sarah Johnson. When Michael leaves with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Samantha and Darrin know Michael has found two loving parents.
Season 2, Episode 16 – Aired: 12/30/1965
The Magic Cabin
Samantha and Darrin decide to go away for a few days. Larry suggests that they stay at his cabin, which, of course, is run down and decrepit. With the help of magic, Samantha turns the eye-sore cabin into a glamorous, to-die-for dream house. It catches the eye of a prospective young couple, and they insist on buying it. Darrin is mad at Samantha and makes her change it back to the eye-sore it once was, but Sam makes the couple seem like they are looking at a beautiful house.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/6/1966
Maid to Order
The Stephenses hire a maid named Naomi, who turns out to be a major klutz. Samantha helps her out magically when she messes up the dinner. The Tates think that she is a wonder and wants her to cater their dinner party. When Naomi makes a mess over at the Tates' house, Samantha pops up outside the window and helps her out again. By the end of the episode, it turns out that Naomi is a perfect accounting whiz and she is offered a job with McMann and Tate.
Season 2, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/13/1966
And Then There Were Three
We welcome a new addition to the Stephens family: baby Tabitha. Endora wants to see how she looks grown-up, but Darrin is dead set against it. At the same time, Serena, Samantha's mischievous look-alike cousin, comes to town to visit Samantha and Darrin thinks that Serena is the grown-up Tabitha!
Season 2, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/20/1966
My Baby the Tycoon
As a gift, Gladys and Abner give Tabitha a share of stock which rises rapidly, making the Stephens richer by the minute. Darrin thinks that Tabitha may have her powers already. Gladys and Abner think that the baby is a hot tip for stock advice and puts the bank on whatever Tabitha inadvertently points to. When the Kravitzes lose their money, Darrin is certain that Tabitha has her powers.
Season 2, Episode 20 – Aired: 1/27/1966
Samantha Meet the Folks
Tabitha receives her very first letter and it's from Darrin's parents. They announce that they are coming to visit in two weeks, which makes Sam and Darrin remember the first time they visited in an extended flashback. Darrin's mother, Phyllis, hopes to find that his wife is a poor housekeeper. Soon after, Samantha's Aunt Clara comes down the chimney for an unexpected visit. Darrin is worried about the kind of impression Aunt Clara will make on his parents, but agrees with Samantha that they must make Aunt Clara feel welcome. Determined to help Samantha make a hit with her in-laws, Aunt Clara uses her witchcraft to whip up a feast for dinner. Thinking that Samantha has done the cooking, Phyllis becomes quite upset. Although Samantha warns him to be tactful, Darrin makes Aunt Clara feel she is not wanted. After Aunt Clara's departure, Samantha gets into an argument with Darrin, during which Phyllis learns Aunt Clara cooked the dinner. When Samantha admits she is not a good housekeeper, Phyllis, who felt she was being pushed aside, knows she is going to love her daughter-in-law. Darrin persuades Aunt Clara to return and the evening ends happily for all.
Season 2, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/3/1966
Fastest Gun on Madison Avenue
Thanks to Samantha's witchcraft, Darrin knocks out a fighter named Joe Kovack. Kovack wants to have a make-believe fight in which he pretends to beat Darrin, but Darrin beats him again thanks to Samantha. Darrin then runs into heavyweight champ Tommy Carter and accidentally gets into a scuffle. Darrin is lost without Sam, but Carter ends up knocking himself out by tripping on the ground.
Season 2, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/10/1966
The Dancing Bear
Endora and Phyllis, Darrin's mom, are competing against each other again. They each give Tabitha the same exact bear, but Endora gives her bear the power to dance. The bear jigs its way into Tabitha's heart and Frank gets the idea to market the dancing bear. Using some fast talking, Samantha dissuades a toymaker to produce bears for a next Christmas rush and Tabitha gets to keep the one-of-a-kind toy to herself.
Season 2, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/17/1966
Darrin unknowingly gets three wishes from Endora. He blows the first two on fast elevators and bikini-clad girls, and then he wishes that he could switch places with Larry. He gets his wish and a whole lot of misunderstanding begins between Louise and the real Larry!
Season 2, Episode 24 – Aired: 2/24/1966
Samantha the Dressmaker
To appease clients at Darrin's work, Samantha zaps up stellar dresses for three women using replicas of a fashion designer named Aubert, whom she and Endora had checked out in Paris. Of course, Aubert goes to America, sees his work on display at a McMann and Tate function and goes nuts.
Season 2, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/3/1966
The Horse's Mouth
A race horse named Dalleyrand runs away from its owner and into the Stephens' yard. Samantha communicates with the horse by turning her into a woman. Darrin objects, but Samantha tells him that it is a special opportunity to really know what a horse's life is like in the races.
Season 2, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/10/1966
Baby's First Paragraph
Endora babysits Tabitha while promising to abstain from witchcraft. She soon breaks her vow when Gladys comes over and starts ranting and raving about how smart her baby nephew is. Endora has had enough and uses magic to make Tabitha talk! Word gets around and every newspaper in the world is after a story about the extraordinary baby. Samantha and Darrin get very angry at Endora and to clear things up, Endora reveals that she is a ventriloquist.
Season 2, Episode 27 – Aired: 3/17/1966
A leprechaun from Darrin's family (surprise, surprise!) named Brian O'Brian comes to reclaim his rightful pot of gold from one of Darrin's clients Mr. John Dennis Robinson. Brian states that without his gold, he has no powers and gets into a lot of trouble trying to get his gold back. By the end of the episode, he makes a deal with Mr. Robinson: his pot of gold back for his image on the advertising campaign and a deal with McMann and Tate.
Season 2, Episode 28 – Aired: 3/24/1966
A silly incident at a party that could have been prevented breaks up Darrin and Larry's friendship and their job. It's up to Samantha to use her powers to set things right between them both.
Season 2, Episode 29 – Aired: 4/7/1966
The Stephenses and the Tates go to a seminar where speaker Osgood Rightmire proclaims that witches do not exist. Samantha proves him wrong by setting up a few tricks for him, but he unknowingly gets her back by calling out a spell that makes her disappear and reappear involuntarily. Endora finds out that Osgood's power comes from a powerful ring on his finger. Endora grabs the ring and makes Samantha visible again.
Season 2, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/14/1966
Follow That Witch (1)
Darrin is sure to get the Robbins Baby Food account, but Mr. Robbins wants his home life checked out. His assistant, George Barkley, wants to check out a little bit more of Darrin's life so he hires sneaky, sly Charlie Leach to spy on him. Samantha uses her magic one day and Abner's sister, Harriet Kravitz (who takes care of the house while Gladys is away) catches her and tells Charlie all about it. He doesn't believe it at first, but he catches Sam using her powers. He tells Samantha either she tells him what he wants to know or he will tell the entire world that she is a witch.
Season 2, Episode 31 – Aired: 4/21/1966
Follow That Witch (2)
Charlie Leach really has something over Sam's head. Charlie wants Sam to give him and his wife Charmaine an expensive apartment with an expensive car to boot. Darrin finds out about how Barkley started this whole mess and decides to cancel the Robbins account. At Robbin's office, while Darrin is telling Robbins and Barkley where to go, Samantha uses her magic to expose Barkley and gets him fired. One down, and one more to go when Samantha goes to Leach's apartment and destroys everything with her magic. When Leach finds out, Samantha twitches him to Mexico. Leach vows that he will be back.
Season 2, Episode 32 – Aired: 4/28/1966
A Bum Raps
Two ex-actors are robbing the neighborhood. Meanwhile, Darrin is expecting a visit from his Uncle Albert and Samantha welcomes Horace, one of the crooks, thinking that he is the said uncle. Eventually, the real Uncle Albert arrives and is told that the Stephenses have moved. Horace's masquerade doesn't last long when Sam catches him stealing Harriet Kravitz's watch. When the crooks steal from Sam and Darrin, Samantha uses her powers to reform them.
Season 2, Episode 33 – Aired: 5/5/1966
Divided He Falls
A vacation that the Stephenses were supposed to take is scrapped when Darrin has to work. Endora takes it upon herself to separate Darrin into two different personalities: his work side and his fun and spontaneous side. While the working Darrin is concentrating on his job, the fun Darrin is concentrating on partying until he drops. Of course, all of this takes a toll when the Working Darrin bores Larry and his new client and Samantha must act as mother instead of wife to Darrin, the party animal. Samantha wants Endora to put the Darrins back together again, but ends up doing it herself.
Season 2, Episode 34 – Aired: 5/12/1966
Man's Best Friend
It's been almost a month that Samantha has used no witchcraft and she and Darrin celebrate. What can possibly break up the moment? A warlock named Rodney who still has a flame burning for Samantha. She tells him flat out that she loves Darrin, so he turns himself into a shaggy dog. Rodney is hell-bent on breaking up the Stephenses' marriage, but Darrin doesn't realize that his new pet is after him.
Season 2, Episode 35 – Aired: 5/19/1966
Just when you thought it was safe to use your magic, Charlie Leach returns! He keeps his word from his last episode and threatens to expose Samantha and Endora. This time, he kidnaps a cat which is, in reality, an attractive client named Toni Devlin whom Darrin is having a business lunch with. Leach makes a deal with Samantha: the transformed cat for a million dollars. She tricks him by giving him a "money tree" that sprouts dollar bills, and turns him into a mouse. Charlie returns the cat and Sam tries to find Endora to turn Toni back into a human.
Season 2, Episode 36 – Aired: 5/26/1966
What Every Young Man Should Know
What would have happened if Darrin knew that Samantha was a witch before he married her? This is the question that Endora helps them answer when she sends them back in time to see what life would be like.
Season 2, Episode 37 – Aired: 6/2/1966
The Girl With the Golden Nose
Darrin is refused a new account in McMann and Tate, but the next day, Larry gives Darrin the account. Darrin thinks that Samantha used magic to sway Larry's decision and tries to do everything to back out of it. Even the client, Mr. Waterhouse, likes Darrin's attitude and ability. Darrin feels that Samantha is behind all that has happened to him. To teach Darrin a lesson, Samantha uses magic to turn their house into an expensive mansion with servants to boot. Darrin tells Sam that he wants to earn things his own way, which is exactly what he has been doing all along.
Season 2, Episode 38 – Aired: 6/9/1966
In the final black and white episode, Samantha and Darrin remember the time they met Gladys' violinist brother Louis (when Samantha was still pregnant). Because of an embarrassing moment when he was a child (his pants fell down while playing), Louis was scarred for life and refuses to pick up another violin. Samantha wants him to play again, but he refuses when she signs him up to do a show for the hospital. He tries anything and everything to keep from playing a violin, even trying to leave town. Samantha shows him that everyone gets embarrassed at some part in their lives, but that doesn't mean that he should stop living and doing what he likes to do. Louis does a great job and ends up on TV. Unfortunately, history repeats itself when his pants fall down during a live broadcast.
Season 3, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/15/1966
Like many other series of 1966, the third season opens in glorious color. Samantha takes Tabitha for her check up, only to discover that she, now a little toddler, has her powers. Endora can hardly wait to tell "Derweed" and watch him "fall to the floor in a emotional heap." Meanwhile, a client of McMann and Tate insists on using Tabitha's image to sell transmissions, and famous baby photographer Diego Fenman thinks he's lost his mind as Tabitha creates chaos in the studio. In the final tag, Darrin is still unaware of Tabitha's magical abilities.
Season 3, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/22/1966
The Moment of Truth
Aunt Clara visits and believes her powers have finally blown a fuse, but in truth, Tabitha is the culprit. Samantha sends Aunt Clara home. Without a baby sitter, the Stephenses invite the Tates over to their house. Darrin is convinced the floating objects are the result of Clara's power failure until he practically catches Tabitha in the act. The Stephenses decide to make Larry believe he's had too much to drink in hopes he and Louise will leave before the night is a complete disaster.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/29/1966
Witches and Warlocks are My Favorite Things
A coven is ordered and Tabitha is tested for her powers by Endora, Aunt Clara, Aunt Hagatha and Aunt Enchantra. Tabitha passes with flying colors, proving to be an exceptionally talented witch. Hagatha, Enchantra and Endora insist that Samantha enroll Tabitha in a witches' school. Darrin comes home exactly when the decision is made and Darrin, Samantha and Aunt Clara stand against the other witches. It seems hopeless until Maurice appears and chills the three witches by zapping them to the top of Mount Everest.
Season 3, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/6/1966
Aunt Clara is babysitting little Jonathan Tate and accidentally turns him into a set of twins. While Aunt Clara tries to remember the spell, Samantha does everything to keep Larry and Louise from knowing that they have an extra son.
Season 3, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/13/1966
A Most Unusual Wood Nymph
Meet Gerri O'Toole, a wood nymph who hates witches. She has a curse on Darrin's family that can only be broken by having Sam go back in time to meet Darrin's ancestor, Darrin the Bold.
Season 3, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/20/1966
Endora Moves in For a Spell
Endora and Uncle Arthur have a falling out over who is to live in a house across the street. Gladys wants to find out about the disappearing and reappearing house, and involves the police, much to Sam and Darrin's dismay.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/27/1966
Twitch or Treat
While Endora throws a Halloween party, she and Uncle Arthur are still clashing over the house across the street, and Gladys is still dumbfounded.
Season 3, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/3/1966
Dangerous Diaper Dan
A mysterious man named Diaper Dan has bugged the Stephenses' household to steal advertising ideas from Darrin for a rival advertising company. No one finds this out until Samantha and Darrin get into an argument. Dan hears it and has flowers delivered to the house. After Samantha finds out that the flowers were delivered by Dan, she discovers the bug.
Season 3, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/10/1966
The Short, Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara
Hey, who turned out the lights? Aunt Clara knocks out the entire Eastern Seaboard's electricity with her magic. Her only hope is her old boyfriend Ocky, who can keep the lights on by having his arms raised. Since they are the only house that mysteriously has power, the Tates and their new client Mr. MacElroy go over to the Stephens house. Aunt Clara tries her best to keep Ocky hidden from view by hiding him in the closet. Darrin discovers him, but all he sees is a pair of walking shoes, a perfect campaign for his client!
Season 3, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/17/1966
I'd Rather Twitch Than Fight
When Samantha gives away Darrin's favorite jacket to Goodwill, it ends up tearing the marriage apart. The Stephenses get counseling from the Tates while Endora conjures up the famous Sigmund Freud to give his expert opinion.
Season 3, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/24/1966
Because of a spell Endora placed on a bowl of popcorn, Darrin becomes a couch potato and doesn't go into work. Samantha finds out what is going on when she finds Darrin, Larry, the milkman, a TV repairman and a cop lazing around the house. Samantha calls on Endora to take the spell off of popcorn.
Season 3, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/1/1966
Sam's Spooky Chair
A chair is smitten with Samantha and proves it by hurting Darrin every chance it gets. The new clients, the Cosgroves, are crazy about the chair, especially Adelaide who will not let McMann and Tate sign their contract until she has it. More problems ensue when the chair escapes from the Cosgroves' house and goes back to Sam. Samantha gets to the bottom of this mess and finds out that the chair is actually an old boyfriend whom Samantha rejected a long time ago.
Season 3, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/8/1966
My Friend Ben
Aunt Clara tries to help Samantha fix a lamp, and conjures up an electrician--Benjamin Franklin. Darrin is amazed at Franklin's appearance and Larry thinks it is a great advertising campaign for his new client Franklin Electronics. While Aunt Clara tries to remember how to send him back, Samantha agrees to take Franklin out to demonstrate how his inventions are used in the twentieth century. Unfortunately she leaves him alone with Aunt Clara for a moment and Ben is arrested for stealing a fire engine. Out on bail, the Stephenses return home to await trial when suddenly Aunt Clara sends him back, now too soon.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/15/1966
Samantha for the Defense
Aunt Clara remembers the spell to bring Ben Franklin back when nosy Gladys Kravitz tries to tell reporters all about the Stephenses' happenings. Meanwhile, it seems that Franklin will be punished to the full extent of the law when Larry tells about how great a publicity stunt it is in front of the District Attorney! With a little bit of magic, Samantha gets the people to root for Ben Franklin. In court, Samantha tells everyone that Ben Franklin has done no harm since he appeared and that he cannot be accused for stealing his own property. The judge drops all charges and Franklin is free to go.
Season 3, Episode 15 – Aired: 12/22/1966
A Gazebo Never Forgets
Samantha applies for a loan to tear down a gazebo and to construct a rumpus room. The nosy bank inspector comes to the Stephenses' house to check out things out and sees a live, baby, polka-dotted elephant mistakenly conjured by Aunt Clara. Larry comes by to see what the fuss it all about, and Samantha tries to hide the elephant from him, the bank manager and the bank inspector.
Season 3, Episode 16 – Aired: 12/29/1966
Samantha helps a little boy named Johnny Mills practice for a soapbox derby. After Gladys brags about how her nephew will do better than anyone there, Samantha helps Johnny out, repairing a wobbly wheel with a twitch during a practice run. Samantha tries to get Johnny's father involved, but he wants Johnny to attend college and become a doctor, not a race car driver or mechanic. At the official derby, Gladys and Darrin keep a sharp eye on Samantha so that she doesn't help Johnny, but magic is unnecessary when Johnny wins on his own merit. Gladys accuses Johnny of cheating and Johnny's father must be called in to back his son up. Samantha pops back to Johnny's father's garage, who is too busy to break free. Samantha repairs a carburetor and three tires, encouraging Mr. Mills to rush to the derby for his son.
Season 3, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/5/1967
Sam in the Moon
Darrin is mesmerized by the moon footage on TV and shows Samantha, but she is not interested because she has been there before. Later, Endora wants Samantha to go shopping with her in Tokyo, where they find a little shop to buy warlock tea. Darrin finds the tea and, thinking that it's moon dust, believes that Samantha really did go to the moon. He leaves it to be analyzed by a pharmacist, but when he gets home, starts fearing that the government will jail Samantha for her space travels.
Season 3, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/12/1967
Ho Ho, the Clown
Samantha and Endora take Tabitha to a taping of Ho Ho the Clown, where Darrin's newest client, Solow Toys, is the sponsor. Because Tabitha is related to Darrin, she is prohibited from the contests. Endora does something about that and makes Ho Ho fall in love with Tabitha and gives her all the prizes. This jeopardizes Darrin's job and causes the show to be canceled if they don't do something soon. Samantha comes up with a terrific plan: Tabitha's appearance on the show was a publicity stunt for a new Tabitha doll.
Season 3, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/19/1967
Darrin sees an excellent car in a magazine and wishes he had one just like it. To make nice, Endora pops one up for him, not knowing that the car she gave him was a top secret car from Detroit. Not only does Darrin love the car, his new client Mr. Sheldrake, loves it too. As Sheldrake takes a test drive, Endora returns the car to Detroit, with Sheldrake in it!
Season 3, Episode 20 – Aired: 1/26/1967
The Corn is as High as a Guernsey's Eye
Aunt Clara thinks that she is worthless and wants to turn herself into something inanimate, like a houseplant. Samantha discourages her from abusing herself and invites her to go to lunch with Darrin. At Darrin's building, Samantha leaves for a moment and Aunt Clara finds a seat in a covered-up display and falls asleep. Meanwhile, a policeman and a animal handler are fighting about having a cow in the building. This cow is actually the Morton Milk cow and when Samantha comes back and sees it, she thinks that Aunt Clara made good on her threat to turn into something. She twitches the cow home to try to turn her back into her beloved aunt. Back at the building's lobby, tempers flare as the Morton company and McMann and Tate's rival ad agency blame each other for losing the cow.
Season 3, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/2/1967
The Trial and Error of Aunt Clara
A trial is held to make Aunt Clara earthbound because of her failing magic. She calls upon Samantha to defend her against Endora, Aunt Hagatha and Aunt Enchantra. When the judge is about to give Aunt Clara her sentence, Darrin walks in and Clara makes the entire courtroom disappear.
Season 3, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/9/1967
Endora gives Darrin three wishes. When Larry goes to Hawaii instead of him, Endora suspects that Darrin has used the first wish. When Darrin has to meet Buffy, a model, for a business lunch and Endora thinks the worst. It really gets serious when Darrin and Buffy fly out to Boston and a snowstorm grounds all planes from flying out. So Darrin gives Buffy his hotel room and he stays at the airport. At home, a message comes for Darrin and Samantha calls his hotel room in Boston only to hear Buffy at the other end. When Darrin comes home, Samantha thinks that he had an affair with Buffy and threatens to leave him, thinking that he used his wishes on Buffy. Darrin straightens her out by saying that he didn't knew about the three wishes and that the three wishes therefore still must be left. On his first wish, he wishes that Endora will appear before him and Samantha apologizes to Darrin for not believing him. Darrin uses the second wish to ban Endora for one week. The third one results into a cold shower, this time by accident.
Season 3, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/16/1967
I Remember You...Sometimes
Endora gives Darrin an outstanding memory by hexing his watch, but Darrin learns the hard way that sometimes it is better to forgive and forget.
Season 3, Episode 24 – Aired: 2/23/1967
Art for Sam's Sake
Samantha is doing a painting for an art gallery contest, and Endora doesn't think it is up to snuff. She takes it upon herself to exchange the painting with one by modern master, Henri Mouchet. Sam wins the contest and things get worse when a client tries to outbid Darrin for the painting.
Season 3, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/2/1967
Charlie Harper, Winner
Darrin's old college rival, Charlie Harper, has a very successful life and wife Daphne loves to brag about it. Their castle even has a moat. During a weekend visit to the Harper's latest home, Samantha unintentionally upstages Daphne, creating tension between the two. Finally, Samantha plays Daphne's game, and zaps a loaded jewelry case and a mink coat. Darrin's ego is hurt and feels he can't compete with Samantha's witchcraft. To make amends, Samantha gives the coat to Daphne after she insists that the Stephenses sell it to her. Samantha reassures Darrin she could zap up mink coats all day long, but she could never zap up another Darrin Stephens.
Season 3, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/9/1967
Aunt Clara's Victoria Victory
Aunt Clara wants to go back to the age of Queen Victoria, but ends up bringing Queen Victoria to the twentieth century. Alarmed by the nature of modern behavior, Queen Victoria threatens to set some decrees. Meanwhile, a client is acting like a royal tyrant to Larry, so Samantha and Aunt Clara must figure out how to solve both problems.
Season 3, Episode 27 – Aired: 3/16/1967
The Crone of Cawdor
Darrin is warned by Sam not to kiss a beautiful client named Terry Warbell. There is a good reason: she is a magic crone who steals the youth of people that she kisses. Of course, Darrin doesn't believe Samantha, but he sees for himself when Terry turns into the old hag.
Season 3, Episode 28 – Aired: 3/23/1967
No More Mr. Nice Guy
Poor Darrin. Due to Endora's spell, everyone hates him. When Darrin's job is on the line, Samantha wants Endora to remove the spell.
Season 3, Episode 29 – Aired: 3/30/1967
If it is not the Tates that the Stephenses are protecting from Tabitha's secret, it's the elder Mr. and Mrs. Stephens. As usual, Phyllis and Endora do not get along, and she thinks that Sam and Darrin are having a lovers' quarrel.
Season 3, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/6/1967
How to Fail in Business With All Kinds of Help
Darrin has a hard time with an eccentric client named Madame Maruska, whom he thinks is Endora. Because of his faulty knowledge, he loses the account. When he learns that Endora did not mess with him, he apologizes to Madame Maruska and still doesn't get the account. It's up to Samantha to win her over using magic.
Season 3, Episode 31 – Aired: 4/13/1967
Bewitched, Bothered and Infuriated
Aunt Clara's morning paper says that Larry Tate breaks his leg while on a second honeymoon with Louise. Samantha and Darrin rush to his honeymoon spot and try to protect Larry, who tells them to leave him and Louise alone. They find out that Aunt Clara's paper is ten years old and that was when Larry broke his leg.
Season 3, Episode 32 – Aired: 4/27/1967
Nobody But a Frog Knows How to Live
A man keeps following Samantha and Tabitha for a good reason: he's actually a frog and he wants Samantha to turn him back to be with be with his girlfriend.
Season 3, Episode 33 – Aired: 5/4/1967
There's Gold in Them Thar Pills
Darrin has a bad cold and Dr. Bombay treats him with some magic pills. Of course, these pills have a horrendous side effect--it makes his voice higher!
Season 4, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/7/1967
Long Live the Queen
Year four of the "witch-com" starts with a bang when Samantha discovers that she's the chosen one to become the Queen of the Witches. After a series of happenings in the house, where Samantha holds court after midnight, Darrin escapes to the safety and sanity of his favorite bar.
Season 4, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/14/1967
Toys in Babeland
Endora babysits Tabitha, but has to leave for a party. She finds a perfect babysitter -- in a toy that she brings to life! Of course, Tabitha copies Endora's spell and brings all of her toys to life. Big mistake!
Season 4, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/21/1967
Business, Italian Style
To get in good graces with an Italian client, Darrin must learn how to speak Italian. Endora, anxious for Samantha to travel Europe again, gives Darrin a perfect Italian tongue. Her spell, however, is too strong, and "Dino" no longer understands English. His new clients begin to think that Darrin is mocking them, and Samantha interrupts Endora's bath and demands she remove the spell.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Aired: 9/28/1967
Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
Endora is fed up. Samantha's loyalty to her marriage is keeping her from her responsibilities as Queen of the Witches. While Samantha is out, Endora calls Serena to impersonate Sam and make a shambles of their marriage. Darrin finally realizes that it is Serena, and plans on turning the tables--right as the real Samantha arrives home home.
Season 4, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/5/1967
When Darrin makes Samantha return a coat, Endora puts a spell on him to turn him into a penny-pinching cheapskate. Things get worse when a bewitched Darrin seems to out-Scrooge a cheap client, Mr. Bigelow.
Season 4, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/12/1967
No Zip in My Zap
Samantha malfunctions because she doesn't use her powers as often as she used to. For a cure, Dr. Bombay has her float in the air for the time being. Meanwhile, Darrin has a meeting with his former girlfriend Mary Jane, who happens to be his new client. He calls Samantha to tell her, but Endora says that she is flying. Of course, Darrin thinks that Samantha has turned into a fly to spy on his meeting!
Season 4, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/19/1967
Birdies, Bogies, and Baxter
Endora assists Darrin in getting his old college golf game back. Although Darrin is invigorated, it is not enough to out-golf a client, Mr. Baxter, who is a major golf pro. Larry, skittish that McMann and Tate will lose an account, warns Darrin not to beat Baxter. Samantha gives Darrin an extra magical boost when Baxter's exasperated wife wishes that he would lose, for just once.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/26/1967
The Safe and Sane Halloween
It's another eventful Halloween on Morning Glory Circle. Despite Darrin's concern, Samantha reads Tabitha an every day mortal Halloween bedtime story. Unfortunately, Tabitha materializes three spooks out of the pages of her book. On Halloween, the magical pranksters follow Tabitha and Samantha out for an evening of trick or treat, with mostly tricks. After Samantha finally realizes what Tabitha has done, she pops all the spooks back to home. The problem is, Gladys's nephew, Tommy, has traded places with one of them. They end up turning Tommy into a goat, and Tabitha ends up returning the ghouls to their rightful place.
Season 4, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/2/1967
Out of Sync, Out of Mind
The Stephenses are watching home movies, but encounter a problem when the sound is not in sync with the picture. Aunt Clara tries to help out, but ends up making Samantha seem like she is in a badly-dubbed movie when her voice is out of sync with her mouth. Phyllis is baffled by Sam's condition and the ensuing side effects of Dr. Bombay's cure, and calls Frank to come get her.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/9/1967
That Was No Chick, That Was My Wife
Darrin and Samantha are in Chicago to work on the Springer Pet Food account. Babysitter Aunt Clara panics when Tabitha brings one of her toys to life. Samantha pops home to check up just when Louise arrives at the Stephens home. Major confusion ensues when Larry gets word that Samantha is at home, not in Chicago with Darrin. When Mr. Springer sees Sam and Tabitha outside McMann & Tate, he realizes that she was indeed the woman in Chicago with Darrin, and the problem is solved. Well, the problem is solved except that Louise is sent to a psychiatrist for seeing things. Samantha saves the day by introducing Louise to her lookalike cousin Serena.
Season 4, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/16/1967
Allergic to Macedonian Dodo Birds
Because of a dodo bird Tabitha materializes, Endora and Clara have their powers switched! Dr. Bombay finds this out and returns the witches to normal.
Season 4, Episode 12 – Aired: 11/23/1967
Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember
To get into the Thanksgiving spirit, Aunt Clara zaps the Stephenses and Gladys (who just happened to be nosing around) to seventeenth century Plymouth. Darrin lights a fire with a modern match and is charged for witchery. Samantha then defends him at the trial and Darrin is cleared. Aunt Clara brings them back and Gladys runs off to tell Abner about her fantastic trip, but at soon as she reaches her door, Samantha changes her costume.
Season 4, Episode 13 – Aired: 11/30/1967
Solid Gold Mother-in-Law
Samantha insists that Endora zap away the new pony for Tabitha before Darrin gets home. Endora tells her not to worry, the pony IS Darrin. Once changed back, Darrin orders Endora out of the house. At the office, Endora sends a "live" framed photo of her that Darrin cannot escape. A client named Mr. Gregson wants to meet Darrin's mother-in-law, who must be a special woman for Darrin to keep her photo on his desk. The dinner goes well, particularly since Endora has become the queen of charm. After witnessing a tiff between the Tates over Larry's mother-in-law, Gregson suggests that Darrin should open his own ad firm. Larry doesn't like this one bit and refuses to speak to Darrin. It's up to Samantha to set things right between Larry and Darrin.
Season 4, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/7/1967
My, What Big Ears You Have
Darrin is planning to surprise Samantha with a rocking chair, but Endora thinks that he is fooling around with another woman. This woman, in fact, is the saleslady that Darrin makes the final payment to. To see what he is up to, Endora puts a spell on him causing his ears to grow when he tells a lie. The more Darrin lies about the surprise, the more his ears start growing.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Aired: 12/14/1967
I Get Your Nanny, You Get My Goat
Samantha hires her childhood witch nanny named Elspeth, much to the dismay of her previous owner, Lord Montdrake. He is incensed and takes his rage out on Darrin to get Elspeth back.
Season 4, Episode 16 – Aired: 12/21/1967
Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here
Samantha gets a mean, miserly manager named Mr. Mortimer to change his thoughts about Christmas and gets him to really think about others.
Season 4, Episode 17 – Aired: 12/28/1967
Samantha's Da Vinci Dilemma
Samantha needs help painting her house, and Aunt Clara conjures up the most famous painter of all time, Leonardo da Vinci. Da Vinci is mad when he learns that his famous Mona Lisa painting will be used in Darrin's campaign to sell toothpaste. Samantha then gets him to create another best-selling idea.
Season 4, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/4/1968
Once in a Vial
Endora enlists Samantha's old boyfriend Rollo to get Samantha away from Darrin. Endora's plan backfires when Rollo creates a love potion for Samantha but Endora drinks it instead. Endora is set to marry a client of Darrin's and she zaps Samantha away when Samantha tries to interfere.
Season 4, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/11/1968
Snob in the Grass
Remember Sheila Sommers from the pilot? Well, she's back and Larry wants Darrin to go with her to get her father's account for McMann and Tate. At a dinner party, Sheila is up to her usual tricks, and Samantha unleashes a few of her own.
Season 4, Episode 20 – Aired: 1/25/1968
If They Never Met
Endora wants to know what life would be like if Samantha and Darrin had never met. Endora and Samantha travel to an alternate present of "what could have been" and find out that Darrin is engaged to marry Sheila Sommers and become part of her millionaire father's family.
Season 4, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/1/1968
Hippie, Hippie, Hooray
Serena lands on the front page of the morning news, which lands Darrin in a lot of trouble with the Tates who think it's Sam in the photo. Darrin tries to convince the Tates that the photo is Samantha's cousin Serena. Unfortunately, Darrin makes matters worse by insulting Serena and she decides to teach him a lesson.
Season 4, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/8/1968
A Prince of a Guy
Tabitha brings Prince Charming out of a fairy tale book and Helen, Darrin's cousin, falls for him. Her fiance, Ralph, doesn't like this arrangement one bit, but Larry likes it and thinks that the prince will be perfect for TV commercials. To sway the prince away from Helen, Samantha pops in Sleeping Beauty.
Season 4, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/15/1968
Aunt Clara learns that her old boyfriend Ocky has opened an old English castle for tourists, which is the home of McTavish, a ghost who is scaring away visitors. Samantha suggests that McTavish find some other place to haunt, and he decides to haunt her house right as Darrin's parents arrive.
Season 4, Episode 24 – Aired: 2/29/1968
How Green Was My Grass
A flipped number in the Stephenses' home address creates confusion and artificial grass is delivered on their lawn. The real owner wants to know what happened to his artificial lawn and finds out that Darrin has it--right as Samantha zaps it away.
Season 4, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/14/1968
To Twitch or Not to Twitch
The use of magic powers comes to a head between Darrin and Samantha when they get caught in the rain with a flat tire. After a huge fight, Endora hopes that Samantha will take Tabitha and leave Darrin.
Season 4, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/21/1968
Phyllis takes Samantha and Tabitha to meet the Millhowsers. Gretchen is a stickler for child psychology and does everything by clinical books. Michael, her son, wishes he was a dog not knowing that you should be careful what you wish for around Tabitha!
Season 4, Episode 27 – Aired: 3/28/1968
Tabitha's Cranky Spell
Larry wants Samantha to convince his new client, Mr. Baker, to update his firm. In order to do that, Samantha leads Baker to believe that the ghost of his Uncle Willie has come back to tell him to do something about his company's image.
Episode Overview Read Reviews 7.6 Good
Season 4, Episode 28 – Aired: 4/4/1968
What would happen if everyone knew that Samantha was a witch? Darrin finds out the answer when Samantha puts him under a dream spell which displays the Stephenses being exploited by Larry, the Kravitzes and the US Armed Forces.
Season 4, Episode 29 – Aired: 4/11/1968
A Majority of Two
Aunt Clara falls for a new McMann and Tate client named Kensi Mishimoto after being dumped by her boyfriend Ocky. Samantha gets involved by reuniting Clara and Ocky, but to Larry's dismay, this makes Mishimoto leave in a huff for the airport.
Season 4, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/18/1968
Samantha's Secret Saucer
When Aunt Clara tries to retrieve Tabitha's runaway remote control spaceship, she zaps up a real one with real aliens. While Aunt Clara tries to remember the spell, Gladys sees the ship and decides to involve the Air Force.
Season 4, Episode 31 – Aired: 4/25/1968
The No-Harm Charm
After losing a huge account, Darrin is given an amulet that is supposed to make him invincible from Uncle Arthur. As he's trying to win back the lost account, Darrin thinks there's no reason to worry when a bank robber holds them up.
Season 4, Episode 32 – Aired: 5/2/1968
Man of the Year
Darrin is named advertiser of the year, but he is not affected by the glory. Endora gives him a huge ego by putting a spell on him that makes anyone who comes within a few feet of him charmed by his every idea.
Season 4, Episode 33 – Aired: 5/16/1968
Samantha eyes Gladys Kravitz sitting on the curb late one night and finds out that Gladys is leaving Abner. Samantha invites her to stay with them, but soon must figure out how to bring the Kravitzes back together before Gladys drives Darrin and Samantha crazy.
Season 5, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/26/1968
Samantha's Wedding Present
Endora tries to make peace with Darrin, but ends up literally shrinking him down to size. Samantha tries to get her mother to return Darrin to his regular size, but not before he is almost eaten by the Kravitzes' new dog and is hauled off inside of a mayonnaise jar to the dump by garbage collectors.
Season 5, Episode 2 – Aired: 10/3/1968
Samantha Goes South for a Spell
Because of Serena's foolishness, Samantha is sent back in time by a jealous witch named Brunhilda, the wife of Serena's boyfriend who thinks Sam is Serena. In 1868 New Orleans, Samantha sans memory is taken in by a maid named Aunt Jenny, and her owner, Rance Butler, falls for her. Now it is up to Darrin to get her back from the Southern gentleman.
Season 5, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/10/1968
Samantha on the Keyboard
Endora gets Tabitha to play beautifully on the piano, and Darrin dares Samantha to learn how to play the mortal way. Her piano teacher hears Tabitha play and invites a famous musician to hear her. Without magic, Tabitha does a poor job and the musician thinks the teacher is a crackpot. Samantha then finds a real prodigy for her teacher, and wins the bet with Darrin.
Season 5, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/17/1968
Darrin, Gone and Forgotten
Once upon a time, Endora made a deal with another witch Carlotta that Samantha will marry her son Juke, but Samantha hasn't lived up to her part of the deal. Now Carlotta and Juke are back and Carlotta will stop at nothing to give Juke what he wants. She makes Darrin disappear and refuses to bring him back until Samantha agrees to marry Juke. Samantha tells Juke to finally stand up to his mother and tell her off.
Season 5, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/24/1968
It's So Nice to Have a Spouse Around the House
Samantha is commanded to appear before the Witches Council, which she knows won't please an already upset Darrin. She coaxes Serena into taking her place at home for the day, but while she's gone, Darrin decides he's been too hard on Sam. Thinking she's Samantha, Darrin whisks Serena away to revisit his and Sam's honeymoon spot and attempts to get intimate.
Season 5, Episode 6 – Aired: 11/7/1968
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Endora turns Darrin into the most self-centered, conceited person on earth. Darrin starts dressing in wild clothes and adopting a flamboyant personality much to the dismay of Larry and a new conservative client.
Season 5, Episode 7 – Aired: 11/14/1968
Samantha's French Pastry
Uncle Arthur is supposed to make napoleons for dessert, but ends up bringing in Napoleon Bonaparte instead! Arthur cannot remember how to send him back and Larry wants to use Napoleon to advertise detergent.
Season 5, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/21/1968
Is it Magic or Imagination?
Mrs. Stephens drops in unexpectedly, and insists Samantha enter a slogan contest to win a trip to Tahiti. She surprisingly wins, but of course, Larry Tate is none too happy as it turns out to be one of their biggest clients. Darrin accuses Sam of using witchcraft and a fight ensues.
Season 5, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/28/1968
Samantha Fights City Hall
Samantha gets involved in a fight against tearing down a neighborhood park for a supermarket. The bad news is that the park is owned by Darrin's new client, Mr. Mossler, and because of her involvement, Darrin ends up losing his job. Samantha saves the day when she brings one of the statues in the park to life to convince Mossler to stop with the construction.
Season 5, Episode 10 – Aired: 12/5/1968
Samantha Loses Her Voice
As a joke, Uncle Arthur switches Samantha and Darrin's voices, and they try to keep a depressed Louise and Larry from finding out.
Season 5, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/12/1968
I Don't Want to Be a Toad, I Want to Be a Butterfly
Tabitha goes to preschool for the first time and meets Amy, a classmate. When the teacher plays Mother Nature, Amy is told she shall be a toad, even though she wants to be a butterfly. Tabitha misunderstands her request and actually turns her into a butterfly! Samantha, who has been nervously watching the whole thing through the window, must chase Amy the butterfly all around the city in order to set things right.
Season 5, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/19/1968
Weep No More My Willow
Samantha wants to keep a dying willow tree in her yard and decides to treat it. She calls Dr. Bombay to make her tree healthy again, but Samantha gets caught in the spell to make the tree weep. Every time the wind blows, she starts crying. When Glady Kravitz and then Larry hear her cry, they think that she and Darrin are having a fight and come over to comfort her. Unfortunately, Dr. Bombay comes by to give her an antidote to make her laugh and now she can't stop as a confused Darrin and Larry stand by.
Season 5, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/26/1968
Darrin is turned into the nicest, most gallant person in the world by Endora and gets a tough client named Mrs. Sebastian to sign with McMann and Tate. When Mrs. Sebastian suspects that something is up, she takes back her account and Samantha must fix things.
Season 5, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/2/1969
Samantha's Super Maid
Phyllis forces Samantha and Darrin to hire a maid, and a goodhearted maid named Amelia is chosen. The Stephenses fear they will have to let her go, because of all the witchcraft in Samantha's family.
Season 5, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/9/1969
Cousin Serena Strikes Again (1)
A sexy client named Clio Vanita tries to get with Darrin, but not if Serena can help it. Protecting her cousin, Serena decides to turn Clio into a monkey at a dinner party and splits.
Season 5, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/16/1969
Cousin Serena Strikes Again (2)
Serena finally comes back to help, but Clio flies the coop. The Stephenses follow the trail of the monkey Clio who goes through the hands of a little boy, a pet shop, an organ grinder, and the police.
Season 5, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/23/1969
One Touch of Midas
Endora creates a toy called the Fuzz which has the power to charm people. Darrin presents this idea to Larry and after a few days of marketing, the toy becomes a national hit. Samantha is worried about Darrin when he tells her that he will finally give her and Tabitha everything they could possibly want. Endora removes the spell and Samantha tells Darrin that as long as she and Tabitha love Darrin, that is worth a lot more than money.
Season 5, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/30/1969
Samantha the Bard
After being struck by a witch disease, Samantha is unable to stop speaking in rhyme. Everyone including Samantha is driven crazy by her non-stop poetry and Dr. Bombay's cure fails to work when Darrin, Sam and Larry must entertain a client.
Season 5, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/6/1969
Samantha the Sculptress
Endora causes trouble when she zaps two living busts of Larry and Darrin in the Stephens home.
Season 5, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/13/1969
Mrs. Stephens, Where are You?
Phyllis makes some catty remarks about Samantha's family and Serena shuts her up by turning her into a cat. Cat lady neighbor Miss Parsons finds Phyllis as a cat and decides to keep her. Meanwhile, Frank is looking for Phyllis and Samantha must search the neighborhood.
Season 5, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/20/1969
Marriage, Witches' Style
Serena decides to do the same thing that Samantha did and tries to find a mortal to date. She finds Franklin Blodgett through a computer dating service, but like all TV land computer dating agencies, the matches always turn out to be bad.
Season 5, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/27/1969
Tabitha changes an ape into a handsome man named Harry who is instantly discovered as model potential. Harry gets bored of the whole situation, and Samantha tells him to act like himself, a mad ape.
Season 5, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/6/1969
Phyllis wants Tabitha to spend a weekend with her and Frank, but doesn't count on Samantha and Endora to be there also. The adults all start fighting and arguing until Tabitha disappears and cannot be found.
Season 5, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/13/1969
The Battle of Burning Oak
Darrin is invited to join the Burning Oak Country Club, a very exclusive and racist club. To get the right attitude, Endora changes him into the snob of all snobs.
Season 5, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/20/1969
Samantha's Power Failure
The Witches Council takes away Samantha's powers when she refuses to end her marriage with Darrin. Uncle Arthur and Serena declare their solidarity with Samantha and, as a result, lose their powers as well.
Season 5, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/27/1969
Samantha Twitches for UNICEF
Samantha must get through to a greedy miser Mr. Haskell when he doesn't fails to make good on his promised donation to the UNICEF fund. Samantha and Endora plan how to expose Haskell's girlfriend who is using him and preventing him from donating.
Season 5, Episode 27 – Aired: 4/3/1969
Daddy Does His Thing
Maurice gives Darrin a magic lighter for his birthday, which Darrin doesn't accept. Infuriated, Maurice turns Darrin into a mule because of his ingratitude. Maurice leaves, but by the time he's located in Paris, Gladys Kravitz has Darrin the mule sent to an animal shelter.
Season 5, Episode 28 – Aired: 4/10/1969
Samantha's Good News
Endora and Maurice get into an argument about Maurice's new private secretary. Endora attempts to make him jealous by showing up with an Australian rival of Maurice and the two gentlemen duke it out with him by reciting Shakespeare. In the end, Samantha has a special surprise to tell everybody.
Episode Overview Read Reviews 6.3 Fair
Season 5, Episode 29 – Aired: 4/17/1969
Samantha's Shopping Spree
Samantha, Endora, Tabitha and their warlock cousin Henry spend a day in a department store. Henry is offended by a salesman, and he turns the salesman into a mannequin, leaving Sam and Endora to fix the mess.
Season 5, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/24/1969
Samantha and Darrin in Mexico City
Samantha and Darrin are going to go to Mexico City where a new account for McMann and Tate is based. Endora puts a spell on Darrin that makes him disappear when he speaks Spanish. This spells disaster when Darrin must make a speech during a banquet.
Season 6, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/18/1969
Samantha and the Beanstalk
As the sixth season begins, we are greeted by an all-new Darrin Stephens and Tabitha is jealous of the expected baby. She decides to run away into the storybook of "Jack and the Beanstalk" and zaps Jack out of the tale, who is then seen by a confused Phyllis. Samantha finds out that Tabitha twitched herself into the storybook and goes in to get her back. She finds Tabitha shrinking the story's giant and messing up the entire story. Samantha tells Tabitha to put everything right back where she found it and brings her home.
Season 6, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/25/1969
Samantha's Yoo-Hoo Maid
Samantha's new witch maid Esmeralda sneezes up a whole lot of trouble when Darrin has a prospective client over to look at ad layouts. On top of that, when Esmeralda gets nervous, she fades out. Darrin uses Esmeralda's magical snafus to good use when he presents an accidental unicorn as a design for the client's car company. Samantha tells Darrin that Esmeralda will only visit when she is called.
Season 6, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/2/1969
Samantha's Caesar Salad
Samantha wants Esmeralda to make a Caesar salad, but she ends up materializing Julius Caesar instead. Samantha wants him to go home, but Caesar does not want to leave the twentieth century.
Season 6, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/9/1969
Samantha's Curious Cravings
Whenever Samantha thinks of food, it appears in her hand. Dr. Bombay helps her out with her condition, but it doesn't work because now she goes to the food!
Season 6, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/16/1969
...And Something Makes Four
Samantha gives birth to her second child and Maurice casts a spell to make sure that everyone who passes by the hospital nursery falls in love with the baby. Everyone, including other parents, are falling in love with the Stephens baby and Larry wants to sign him up for commercials.
Season 6, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/23/1969
Naming Samantha's New Baby
Maurice is raging mad because the new baby is not named after him, but after Darrin's father, Frank. He storms to the house where the elder Stephenses and Endora are adoring the new baby and Maurice zaps Darrin into a mirror until the baby's name is changed.
Season 6, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/30/1969
To Trick or Treat or Not to Trick or Treat
Samantha is working on Halloween costumes for a UNICEF benefit and Endora is dismayed at Samantha for celebrating the holiday. Thinking it's all Darrin's fault, Endora turns him into a stereotypical-looking hag witch to get him to see the disrespect of witches on Halloween. This leads to trouble when a client thinks the look is great and wants to use it in an ad campaign.
Season 6, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/6/1969
A Bunny for Tabitha
At Tabitha's birthday party, Uncle Arthur does a classic rabbit in a hat trick, but instead of pulling out a rabbit, he pulls out a Playboy bunny! Darrin's new client, A.J. Sylvester, comes to the party with Larry and instantly falls for rabbit-turned-human (who's given the name Bunny).
Season 6, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/13/1969
Samantha's Secret Spell
Endora has had it with Darrin and declares that the mortal is doomed to become a mouse by midnight. To stop the spell, Samantha must trick Darrin into unknowingly fulfilling three strange commands that will protect him from Endora's magic.
Season 6, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/20/1969
Daddy Comes for a Visit (1)
Maurice gives Darrin a magic watch, giving him magical powers, much to the dismay of Samantha.
Season 6, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/27/1969
Darrin the Warlock (2)
With his new found magic powers, Darrin creates a stellar account for his client, Bliss, Jr. and Samantha worries that Maurice was right about the greed of mortals.
Season 6, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/4/1969
Samantha's Double Mother Trouble
Esmeralda is reading Mother Goose to Tabitha, and ends up sneezing up the real Mother Goose. Meanwhile, Phyllis stops by in a wig and wild clothes and says she's left Frank for good. Frank comes over, but Phyllis won't see him. Sam conspires to make Phyllis jealous and want Frank back by using Mother Goose.
Season 6, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/11/1969
You're So Agreeable
Endora puts a spell on Darrin, making him agreeable to everything and everyone. Of course, this results in him getting fired from McMann and Tate. Samantha finds out about the spell and tells her mother to take it off.
Season 6, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/18/1969
Santa Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays
Esmeralda accidentally brings the real Santa Claus to Morning Glory Circle and cannot send him back to the North Pole. Christmas Eve approaches and Samantha must think fast to make sure that the holidays aren't ruined for all those who celebrate.
Season 6, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/1/1970
Samantha's Better Halves
Samantha and Darrin have a flashback to when Darrin must go to Japan to do business with a client, but cannot leave Samantha's side when her baby is due. Endora breaks Darrin into two people: the fun Darrin and the business Darrin, with strange results.
Season 6, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/8/1970
Samantha's Lost Weekend
Esmeralda hexes a glass of milk for Tabitha so she can eat, but Samantha drinks it by mistake and goes on an eating frenzy!
Season 6, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/15/1970
The Phrase is Familiar
Darrin is hexed by Endora yet again and this time everything he says comes out as a popular cliche. Meanwhile, Tabitha is being tutored by a warlock who zaps characters out of literature.
Season 6, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/22/1970
Samantha's Secret is Discovered
Phyllis catches Samantha and Endora using their magic powers and doesn't really know what to think. Samantha finally tells Phyllis that she's a witch and gives her a demonstration of her powers. Unfortunately, the Witches Council takes away her powers and when Phyllis tries to show Frank, nothing happens and she thinks she's gone crazy.
Season 6, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/29/1970
Tabitha's Very Own Samantha
Tabitha is feeling left out because Samantha is so busy with Adam now. In order to fix the situation, Tabitha zaps up her own Samantha mommy double and they go to the amusement park. Gladys Kravitz sees them there and suspects something is up when "Samantha" doesn't know who Adam is.
Season 6, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/5/1970
Uncle Arthur's magic is going out of whack, and Dr. Bombay helps him out by giving him a pill. This pill, however, makes Arthur become anything he thinks off. After being transformed a few times, Samantha decides to take him outside for some air. Arthur states that he feels like Superman, and all of a sudden, he has a Superman suit and flies in the air! This cause major pandemonium in the neighborhood, and Samantha convinces Darrin and Larry that it is great campaign for a client they are working with.
Season 6, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/12/1970
What Makes Darrin Run?
To give Darrin more ambition, Endora puts a spell on him giving him the push and verve that he needs. He takes it a bit too far when he takes control of an account and he and Larry was working on together. Darrin then has no time for Samantha or the children because of this spell tries to boot Larry out of McMann and Tate. Samantha gets through to him by telling him that he is under a spell and to undo the damage he caused.
Season 6, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/19/1970
Serena Stops the Show
Serena wants Boyce and Hart to play at the Cosmos Cotillion, but they are booked "until 1976". Serena puts a spell on them to make them unpopular until they perform at the cotillion and sing her song. Once they perform at the Cotillion, Samantha insists Serena remove the spell.
Season 6, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/26/1970
Just a Kid Again
A store clerk named Irving Bates wishes that he was a child again and Tabitha makes his wish come true. When Samantha finds out, she wants Tabitha to take the spell off of him, but he likes being a kid. Later, Irving finds out that his girlfriend is about to go out with her boss, and proves his love for her by kicking her boss. He decides that he doesn't want to be a kid anymore, and the spell is broken.
Season 6, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/5/1970
The Generation Zap
With a touch of magic, Endora turns a client's sensible daughter Dusty Harrison into a raving sex machine with the hots for Darrin. Of course, Samantha is jealous and Mr. Harrison cancels his account. Darrin is mad at Endora, but recants when word gets out that Harrison is an embezzler.
Season 6, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/12/1970
Okay, Who's the Wise Witch?
Samantha, Darrin, Endora and Dr. Bombay are all caught in a magical vapor lock around the house due to Samantha's non-use of powers. How will they get out of this one?
Season 6, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/19/1970
A Chance on Love
Mr. Dinsdale, a handsome lady-killer client falls for Serena, but thinks she's Samantha. Samantha tries to get the whole thing straightened out, but it only results in Darrin losing his job. Dinsdale sees the truth for himself when Samantha and Serena come together.
erview Read Reviews 6.3 Fair
Season 6, Episode 27 – Aired: 3/26/1970
If the Shoe Pinches
A leprechaun sent by Endora wreaks havoc on Darrin by making him wear a pair of shoes that makes him lazy.
Season 6, Episode 28 – Aired: 4/2/1970
A picture zapped up by Endora of Samantha's lookalike Great Aunt Cornelia gives Larry the impression that Darrin is a great artist and wants him to do a picture of Louise. Samantha helps Darrin out by giving him artistic magic to create a beautiful painting of Louise, but revenge-seeking Endora zaps it to be the ugliest thing on earth.
Season 6, Episode 29 – Aired: 4/9/1970
Turn on the Old Charm
Endora? Can that really be you being nice to Darrin after all these years? Nah, it's an amulet that Darrin possesses that makes her nice and courteous. Endora knows better and makes Samantha and Darrin argue with each other. Their arguments take a serious toll when Darrin is threatened with the loss of an account by a greeting card company. Endora removes the spell and Samantha saves the account by suggesting that the greeting card company rep issue insults instead of poetry.
Season 6, Episode 30 – Aired: 4/16/1970
Make Love, Not Hate
Dr. Bombay's love potion for Esmeralda makes the people at the Stephenses' house out of control with love when it accidentally gets poured into Sam's party clam dip.
Season 7, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/24/1970
To Go or Not to Go, That is the Question (1)
Samantha gets a call from the High Priestess of Witches, Hepzibah, to attend a huge witches convocation in Salem, Massachusetts. When Samantha refuses to go, the Priestess herself appears in the Stephenses' home. Hepzibah does not approve of Samantha's marriage, but is possibly willing to give Darrin a chance--if he doesn't use up all of his demerits.
Season 7, Episode 2 – Aired: 10/1/1970
Salem, Here We Come (2)
Samantha and Darrin are under close supervision by Hepzibah to see if a witch-mortal marriage is acceptable. At McMann and Tate, Hepzibah meets a client of Darrin's named Ernest Hitchcock and, thanks to Samantha, Hitchcock falls for the Priestess. Samantha hopes that this will convince her to not dissolve her marriage and let them to go Salem.
Season 7, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/8/1970
The Salem Saga (1)
In the very first day of their Salem vacation, Darrin and Samantha get into serious trouble while taking a tour of the House of the Seven Gables. An enchanted bedwarmer follows Samantha through the house and to their hotel room. The tour guide calls the police, because she thinks that the Stephenses stole the bedwarmer. Darrin gets taken to jail, leaving Samantha to get him out and to get to the bottom of this mess.
Season 7, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/15/1970
Samantha's Hot Bed Warmer (2)
While Darrin sits in jail, Samantha finds out that the bedwarmer is actually a warlock trapped by Serena in the 1600s. Samantha sends Serena back in time to get the spell used to transform the warlock in the first place. With one situation out of the way, Samantha faces another one--getting Darrin cleared of a crime he did not commit.
Season 7, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/22/1970
Darrin on a Pedestal
Darrin and Samantha are planning to go sightseeing in Gloucester when Sam is called away for a special witches' meeting. Sam suggests that Serena accompany him, which turns out to be a great mistake when they comes across the Fisherman's Memorial statue. To find out more about the statue, Serena zaps him to life and in turn, replaces the statue with Darrin. Larry and a new client, Mr. Barrows, decide to meet Darrin at the statue and Samantha does all that she can to get Darrin out of a very preposterous situation.
Season 7, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/29/1970
Paul Revere Rides Again
A classic Paul Revere teapot is taken by Esmeralda, who pops into Salem to bring Samantha's souvenirs home. Sam wants Esmeralda to return the Paul Revere teapot, but she returns Paul Revere instead. Revere thinks that it is 1776 and when he overhears one of Darrin's new clients say that he will "take over the American market" with his product, he rides his horse and does his famous call.
Season 7, Episode 7 – Aired: 11/5/1970
Samantha's Bad Day in Salem
An ex-boyfriend of Samantha, Waldo, wants her so badly that he conjures up his own Samantha and takes her around town. Larry sees Waldo and his Samantha together and thinks that the Stephenses' marriage is faltering. Darrin finds out from Larry and he confronts Waldo, only to be turned into a crow. The real Samantha finds out as well and she demands that Waldo turn Darrin back.
Season 7, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/12/1970
Samantha's Old Salem Trip
The Stephenses come home, only to have Esmeralda send Samantha back to Salem--circa the 17th century! Darrin has to go back in time and bring Samantha, who has no memory of who he is, back home. He must place a coin on Samantha's head and have her say an incantation so she can remember again. He tries to get her attention, but things get worse when he is accused of witchery.
Season 7, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/19/1970
Samantha's Pet Warlock
An ex-boyfriend warlock named Ashley comes to free Samantha from her mortal life by turning himself into an unusual dog. Samantha sees through his wet-nosed charade and wants him to help Darrin with his dog food account.
Season 7, Episode 10 – Aired: 12/3/1970
Samantha's Old Man
Endora changes Darrin into an old man and the Tates spot Sam and the elderly Darrin at the movies. Sam introduce Darrin as Darrin's grandfather, Grover Stephens. Larry plays matchmaker when he brings over Louise's Aunt Millicent to woo Grandpa Stephens and the Stephenses are stuck.
Season 7, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/10/1970
The Corsican Cousins
Endora wonders why Samantha can't be more like Serena--spontaneous, spirited and carefree. Endora puts a spell on Sam that makes her feel exactly what Serena does. This causes problems for Darrin, especially when he has to deal with an all-business type client and a country club screening committee.
Season 7, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/17/1970
Samantha's Magic Potion
Darrin isn't doing very well creatively and decides to take a vacation. When he returns, he comes up with a sure-fire sales pitch for a very strict client, who rejects him on the spot. Darrin blames his creativity block on Endora and relents to let Samantha give him some magic creativity.
Season 7, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/24/1970
Sisters at Heart
Samantha and Darrin invite Lisa, the daughter of their friends, Keith and Dorothy Wilson, to stay with Tabitha on Christmas Eve while they go away. Lisa and Tabitha want to be sisters because they get along so well with each other. They're discouraged when someone tells them that they can't be sisters, because Lisa is black and Tabitha is white. Meanwhile, a racist client checks up on Darrin and thinks that Darrin is in a mixed-race marriage when Lisa answers the door.
Season 7, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/14/1971
Mother-in-Law of the Year
Endora presents an idea for a great campaign for the Bobbins Bon Bons account, and Bobbins takes a liking to her. He insists that she promote her idea on a TV show, which she refuses due to a ski date. Samantha poses as Endora, but the deception is short-lived when the real Endora appears right next to her on live TV.
Season 7, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/21/1971
Mary the Good Fairy (1)
Tabitha loses her first tooth and is visited by the Good Fairy, who is an old friend of Samantha's. Mary, the Good Fairy, has a cold and Samantha gives her some brandy to make her feel good--a little too good! When Mary is too drunk to perform her nightly duties, Samantha steps in and takes her place.
Season 7, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/28/1971
The Good Fairy Strikes Again (2)
Samantha is not having a good time moonlighting as the Good Fairy and wants Mary to take her wings back. Samantha conspires to simultaneously save Darrin's latest account and ruin the image of the Good Fairy in hopes that Mary will want her job back.
Season 7, Episode 17 – Aired: 2/4/1971
The Return of Darrin the Bold
Endora and Serena give Darrin powers unbeknown to him when Serena goes back in time to the 14th century where Darrin the Bold reigns. She alters the future of Darrin when she has Darrin the Bold drink a magic potion that will turn him (and his descendant Darrin) into a warlock.
Season 7, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/11/1971
The House that Uncle Arthur Built
Uncle Arthur's new flame, Aretha, is not happy about his practical jokes. To please her, he installs his practical joking nature into the Stephenses' home which leads to a non-stop circus of gags appearing at the most inopportune of times.
Season 7, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/18/1971
Samantha and the Troll
Samantha goes away for a 10,000-zap checkup and Serena takes over for her at home. Trouble ensues when she starts flirting with a client in front of his wife and one of the toys she brought to life makes an unexpected appearance at the dinner party.
Season 7, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/25/1971
This Little Piggie
Endora says that Darrin is pig-headed and proves it by zapping a pig's head onto his body. This is a catastrophe for Darrin, but conveniently it might help his new campaign for Colonel Brigham's Spare Ribs.
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Season 7, Episode 21 – Aired: 3/4/1971
Samantha wakes up one morning to find herself in Larry's bed and Louise in Darrin's. Sam tries to find out what is going on and discovers that Larry thinks she's Louise and Darrin thinks that Louise is Samantha.
Season 7, Episode 22 – Aired: 3/11/1971
Darrin Goes Ape
Darrin learns that Serena is not to be messed with when she turns him into an ape.
Season 7, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/18/1971
Money Happy Returns
Endora accuses Darrin for being too cheap when she notices Tabitha and Adam playing in a wading pool when they should have a real pool. Later he finds a bag with $100,000 in cash and thinks Endora whipped up the money. He tells Sam to zap it away right as its real owner, a gangster, shows up.
Season 7, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/25/1971
Out of the Mouths of Babes
Darrin gets changed into a little boy again when he bans Endora from taking Tabitha to a supernatural event. As a boy, Darrin must attempt to deal with an account for Irish stew that actually tastes terrible.
Season 7, Episode 25 – Aired: 4/1/1971
Sam's Psychic Pslip
Feeling guilty about using witchcraft, Samantha gets the hiccups and pops up many, many cycles--bicycles, tricycles, unicycles, motorcycles, and more. Dr. Bombay temporarily cures her of her "cycle-logical" condition, but when she's out shopping with Phyllis, gold objects start disappearing when she hiccups, including a gold necklace.
Season 7, Episode 26 – Aired: 4/8/1971
Samantha's Magic Mirror
Esmeralda is depressed because her old boyfriend is coming to visit her and if he sees that her powers are not all that great, she's afraid he won't like her. Samantha gives her a makeover, which is not so good, so Sam enhances all of the mirrors in the house to make Esmeralda's reflection appear more attractive.
Season 7, Episode 27 – Aired: 4/15/1971
Laugh, Clown, Laugh
Endora claims that Darrin has no sense of humor, so she puts a spell on him, turning him into a comedian. Not having enough fun with that, Endora changes the spell so that Darrin laughs when he hears anything sad or discouraging.
Season 7, Episode 28 – Aired: 4/22/1971
Samantha and the Antique Doll
Phyllis is beside herself when Samantha makes her think that she has magic powers. It takes Frank to be turned into a mule and a mock seance to put some sense into Phyllis.
Season 8, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/15/1971
How Not to Lose Your Head to King Henry VIII (1)
Samantha and Darrin are vacationing in England when Sam makes the error of freeing a warlock who has been trapped by a jealous witch in a painting at the Tower of London. The witch instantly appears and sends Samantha back to the 16th century, where she meets Henry VIII and his penchant for wives.
Season 8, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/22/1971
How Not to Lose Your Head to King Henry VIII (2)
Back in the 16th century, Darrin must try to rescue a Samantha who has no powers or memory of him. Things get worse when he's thrown in the dungeon and is scheduled to be beheaded.
Season 8, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/29/1971
Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster
In Inverness, Scotland, Sam and Darrin encounter the Loch Ness Monster, who turns out to be a warlock Serena transformed a couple decades past. Serena decides to set him free, but Bruce (the monster's real name) has his revenge by giving Serena a mermaid tail.
Season 8, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/6/1971
Samantha's Not-So-Leaning Tower of Pisa
Next Stop, Italy! The Stephens enjoy their vacation in a hotel overlooking the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. Of course, Esmerelda pops in due to a lack of confidence. Esmerelda reveals that she made the tower lean by mistake when she was engaged to the builder. So Esmerelda takes it upon herself to right the wrong...by actually straightening the Leaning Tower of Pisa! The town totally freaks out when the famous tower is straightened correctly, and Esmerelda cannot remember what happened to make the Tower lean in the first place! A trip back in time helps her to remember. It seems that she tried to twitch up a tower sandwich for the builder and to make it lean, thus making the Tower lean again.
Season 8, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/13/1971
Bewitched, Bothered, and Baldoni
The Stephens are sightseeing in Rome, and Endora tries to test Darrin's loyalty by bringing the famous Venus statue to life. When Darrin meets her (now named Vanessa), he misses an important meeting with a client named Mr. Baldoni, who also falls for Vanessa. Samantha, deciding that this is just too much, takes it upon herself to bring the famous Adonis statue to life. Adonis and Vanessa meet and fall in love instantly and are zapped back to the museum in their original forms- but with a small difference: they hold hands!
Season 8, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/20/1971
Paris, Witches' Style
Samantha and Darrin are now in lovely Paree and Endora is home with Tabitha and Adam. Maurice comes by the house and finds out that the Stephens are vacationing in Europe. He is mad because they should have stopped by in London to see how he was doing. Endora flies to Paris to warn Samantha and then Maurice appears in a scary cloud of smoke. Out of rare kindness, Endora zaps up a fake Darrin who charms and pleases Maurice. Everything just seems all right until the real Darrin comes in. Maurice notices the trick and sends poor Darrin to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Unbeknownst to him, his very appearance there makes a perfect advertising campaign for one of his clients who runs a travel agency.
Season 8, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/27/1971
The Ghost Who Made a Spectre of Himself
The European vacation is over when Darrin and Samantha pack up and are about to head home. Their departure is disrupted when Larry and Louise invite them to spend a weekend at the Duke of Whitset's hotel castle. It turns out that this hotel is hanuted by a ghost named Henry, who happens to be the Duke's ancestor. Harry is turned on by Samantha, and to get a little bit close to her, he possesses Darrin's body. When Harry (in Darrin's body) is shut down by Sam, he moves on to Louise! Samantha calls up a lady ghost to ward Harry off. Darrin gets his body back when Harry leaves it to be with the lady ghost. Now we can call it a day in Europe as the cast heads for home.
Season 8, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/3/1971
TV or Not TV
Tabitha speaks out about violence on TV. She pops on a TV show to reprimand two aggressive puppets. Of course, Darrin happens to be watching the show and tells Sam to get Tabitha off the TV. The sponsors say otherwise and Tabitha becomes a TV star. The Stephens are dead set against this and Sam makes sure that the sponsor, Mr. Silverton, brings his own daughter to the show for back-up. Tabitha isn't quite ready for the home audience yet (until 1977 with her self-titled spin-off show) and Robin, the Silverton's daughter wins her chance to be in the spotlight.
Season 8, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/10/1971
A Plague on Maurice and Samantha
Samantha has lost her powers again and it seems like Maurice's magic is gone as well when he visits her. Dr. Bombay discovers that no one should kiss Samantha or they would lose their powers. So, until his powers come back, Maurice lives like a mortal. Maurice then helps out Darrin by winning a chili account for him. And that's when Samantha and Maurice get their powers back respectively.
Season 8, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/17/1971
Hansel and Gretel in Samanthaland
Hansel and Gretel are brought to life by Tabitha and are very sad and hungry. Tabitha decides that they should spend the night and goes into the storybook to ask their father. Samantha finds out and goes in the book after her, leaving a confused Darrin and the Tates at the dinner table. Worst of all, Hansel and Gretel run away again to look for food in the real world. In the storybook world, Sam finds Tabitha locked in the wicked witch's house. She brings Tabitha home and after a whole lot of confusion and police involvement, Hansel and Gretel are sent back into the storybook. Now, to get out of the situation of putting on a play of "Hansel and Gretel".....
Season 8, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/1/1971
The Warlock in the Gray Flannel Suit
Endora's causing trouble again! This time, instead of breaking up a marriage, she's breaking up Darrin's advertising company. She calls up Alonzo, a warlock who casts a spell on Larry, making him like all of his ideas on a carpet account instead of Darrin's. It gets to a point that Darrin quits McMann and Tate, but finds out that this is all Endora's fault. To get even with her, Samantha magically sets up an advertising campaign to handle the carpet account.
Season 8, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/8/1971
The Eight Year Itch Witch
Endora tries to make Samantha jealous again by recruiting a beautiful witch named Ophelia to woo Darrin. Ophelia tries anything to get Darrin to come to a sales convention, even faking stage fright. Darrin's intentions are to spend time with Samantha, but Larry Tate intervenes. Darrin goes but decides to take a late plane back, but the unrelenting Ophelia disguises herself as an airport manager, informing Darrin the airport is closed due to fog. Endora suggests to Samantha that fog is not the reason Darrin is not coming home. Sam realizes that there is something fishy going on pops in to see what is up. With a little magic, Darrin realizes that Sam is his real love and Endora's in the hot seat.
Season 8, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/15/1971
Three Men and a Witch on a Horse
Endora transforms Darrin into a gambler. Samantha insists Endora remove the spell. Endora makes more trouble by having Darrin bet on a horse named Fancy Dancer that is bound to lose, and Darrin gets Larry and a client to place all bets on Fancy Dancer. Samantha pops to the stables to talk to Dancer about winning the race for her husband and his friends. In the race, it seems like Dancer is bound to come in last, but he pulls through and wins!
Season 8, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/29/1971
Adam, Warlock or Washout?
The Witches Council wants to test out Adam to see if he is a warlock or a mortal. If he is a mortal, he will have to be taken away from the Stephens' household. Maurice helps
Season 8, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/5/1972
Samantha's Magic Sitter
Esmeralda's magic seems to be all wrong and is a failure as a witch. Larry says that a client of his needs a babysitter for the evening and gets Esmeralda to do the job so he can sign the contracts to win the deal. Esmeralda shows the Norton's child, Ralph, some magic and no one believes him when he tells all about it. As a result, Esmeralda is fired and Larry loses the Norton account. So Samantha sets up a dinner party with Esmeralda as a magician. Once everything is cleared up, everyone gets what they wants: The Nortons are friends again and Larry wins the account.
Season 8, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/15/1972
Samantha is Earthbound
In this crazy episode, Samantha gets a condition which makes her entirely 500 pounds heavier. Dr. Bombay comes and gives her an antidote that makes her lighter...a little too light as she floats to the air! This will be hard to hide when the Prescotts, McMann and Tate's newest clients, have Samantha volunteer for a charity bazaar and fashion show. Sam tries everything to help weigh her down, but to no avail. In a memorable scene, Samantha holds a giant urn on her shoulder as she goes down the runway half floating, half walking in the fashion show. It is there that Darrin comes up with a spectacular slogan for Prescott shoes.
Season 8, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/22/1972
Serena visits Samantha because she is stripped of her powers. She then falls for Darrin's newest client Harrison Wilcott and decides to go out with him. Samantha tries to tell Wilcott that Serena is bad news, but Wilcott has fallen for Serena. So Samantha finds Countess Pirhana (who took away Serena's powers) and makes Wilcott fall in love with the
Season 8, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/29/1972
Samantha on Thin Ice
Tabitha wants to learn how to skate, and Samantha agrees to take lessons with her in the mortal way. When Tabitha falls down constantly, Endora cannot take much more and decides to bewitch Tabitha's skates so that Tabitha becomes a terrific skater. Tabitha is bound to be the next Tara Lipinksi if Endora doesn't take that spell off of her. So Endora does and Tabitha is back to being a poor skater again.
Season 8, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/5/1972
Serena's Youth Pill
Serena returns for the last time and babysits with Tabitha and Adam. Larry comes by to return a golf club and Serena does an Abby Cunningham on him. Larry hurries off, but not before Serena gives him a pill to be young and active (pre-Viagra!). It makes him younger, all right, by ten years! Larry gets even younger and younger and everyone is very worried about him. Serena gives him an antidote which turns him back to normal.
Season 8, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/12/1972
Tabitha's First Day at School
"I know that Tabitha is ready for school, but is school ready for Tabitha?" warns Sam. Tabitha attends school for the first time, and has a pretty hard time because a boy is messing with her. When he refuses to give up, Tabitha turns him into a frog. The teacher Miss Peabody gets on her about the frog and tells her to put it back in the class terrarium. Tabitha grabs the wrong frog and Samantha pops into the school and changes the frogs. When the right frog is brought home, Tabitha changes it back before the boy's mother finds out.
Season 8, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/19/1972
George Washington Zapped Here (1)
Tabitha is working on a project on George Washington for school, and needs help. Esmerelda helps out, but accidentally conjures the real George Washington! Samantha tries to keep an eye on George, but he wanders off into the park where he is caught by a policeman. The policeman lets George go on a $2000 bail. As soon as Sam and Darrin bring George home, Esmerelda remembers the spell and sends George back, without his shoes! Esmerelda brings him back, but this time, he is joined by Martha Washington....
Season 8, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/26/1972
George Washington Zapped Here (2)
The Washingtons adjust to life in the twentieth century as they stay with the Stephens. Larry sees them both and decides that it is a great ad campaign for his new clients, the Whirlaway Washing Machine Company. George cannot tell a lie about the washer and, as a result, loses the account for Larry and Darrin. He does the same thing in the courtroom and his charges are dismissed. Then the Washingtons are finally send back to their own time.
Season 8, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/4/1972
School Days, School Daze
Tabitha has to take a test to prove her intelligence and is very nervous. Endora helps her out by putting a spell on her, making her a super genius! Miss Peabody, the teacher from episode 246, is amazed about Tabitha's knowledge and tells the principal about it. Samantha find out about this, and tells Endora to take the spell off Tabitha. Miss Peabody will not back off, and she catches Tabitha and Adam using their powers one day. Samantha catches Miss Peabody trying to be like Gladys Kravitz and gives her a lesson about snooping she will never forget.
Season 8, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/11/1972
A Good Turn Never Goes Unpunished
Darrin needs help on an advertising campaign and Samantha offers her help using her own mind. Darrin thinks that she used witchcraft for the ideas she gave him and decides not to use her ideas. Darrin comes up with some ideas of his own and are rejected by the client Mr. Benson. He thinks witchcraft was used in the decision, too. Call it deja vu when Darrin shows Benson Sam's ideas and Benson rejects them as well. Darrin feels like a total jackass and apologizes to Samantha, coming up with a stellar slogan for Benson.
Season 8, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/18/1972
Samantha's Witchcraft Blows a Fuse
Sam and Darrin have dinner at a Chinese restaurant and Sam orders a drink called "The Heavenly Himalayan" which causes her to lose her powers and to break out with stripes on her face. Dr. Bombay tells her about an antidote and Sam gets it from an Apothecary, only to break out with more stripes on her face. Dr. Bombay then tells her that she needs a feather from a dodo bird, but then that doesn't work either. There is another important ingredient needed: a piece of Himalayan cinnamon stick from the Chinese restaurant. After Darrin gets in trouble for getting the cinnamon, he gets it for Samantha and she is cured again.
Season 8, Episode 26 – Aired: 3/25/1972
The Truth, Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me Sam
In the final episode, Endora tries to test out Darrin's honesty by giving him a pin with a spell that makes him tell the truth. Darrin learns that honesty is not exactly the best policy when he jeopardizes an important account. It seems as though he may have lost the account, but the client likes the honesty between Darrin and Larry and gives them a break. As the series ends, Samantha and Darrin tell each other how much they love each other, without the magic of the truth pin.