Sabrina: The Teenage Witch 7 Seasons 1997

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Season 2
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11. Oh What A Tangled Spell She Weaves TV-G CC

Sabrina's lack of attention with detail causes bad side effects to her magic.

Starring:
Melissa Joan Hart, Caroline Rhea
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
December 5, 1997

Oh What A Tangled Spell She Weaves

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Season 2
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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director David Trainer
Starring Melissa Joan Hart, Caroline Rhea
Supporting actors Beth Broderick, Nate Richert, Jenna Leigh Green, Lindsay Sloane, Nick Bakay, Alimi Ballard, Martin Mull, Bobcat Goldthwait, Mary Gross, Beth Grant, Bob Vila, Charles Walker
Season year 1998
Network ABC
Producers Sheldon Bull, Paula Hart, Holly Hester, James Hilton, Carrie Honigblum, Kenneth R. Koch, Ronald Martinez, Renee Phillips, Miriam Trogdon
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Customer Reviews

So happy prime has these seasons!
Nikkigrl19
Every once in a while we still sit and watch an episode together.
carlson
Its so funny but very clean humor.
S Gonzalez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Kiwi on August 8, 2007
Format: DVD
I was soo happy to get Sabrina the Teenage witch, I was just super exitied! It was my favorite TV show for so many years...but i was so disapointed with the DVDs! They cut stuff out!!! I recorded them on VHS off the TV so i could watch them way back when it first aired, so i have been re-watching them on VHS for years, and I was mad when the TV station cut stuff out, But to put it onto DVD with the stuff cut out, that is WRONG! I am so MAD! I looked forward to haveing the entire episodes...but I have the TV cuts of it. This sucks. They cut out some of my favorite parts
For example, in Witchs Licance part 2, Hild, Zelda, and Salem go to the other realm to get a lab top. Remember that? And Hilda got into an argument with a kid to push a button that said, 'Don't Push'. So it was hard to get the joke that came next at the house.
You may think that it is so little, but since it was my favorite TV show, it hurts. It majorly sucks. I feel like i got a ripped off copy of it out of a guys jacket in an ally. I am actully about in tears over this. This rediculous!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dani Arteri VINE VOICE on August 5, 2007
Format: DVD
I used to watch this show when I was a kid, and I loved it. I bought Season 1 when it came out, and I was very excited to see that Season 2 was on the way. I think that the show is great--it's clever, funny, has lots of positive moral messages (even though they can sometimes be cheesy :)), and the first few seasons are the best ones (In my opinion, during Sabrina's college years, the show goes downhill).

In Season 2, Sabrina's friend, Jenny, seems to have dropped off the face of the earth. Instead, Sabrina makes friends with Valerie. Also joining the regular cast is Martin Mull as Mr. Kraft--hilarious. Additionally, Sabrina is regularly bothered by her Quiz Master as she works towards her Witch's License.

Personally, I find most of my favorite episodes on Season 2!

Season 2 is composed of 4 discs, and is very similar to Season 1 (except with Season 2 material, obviously). There are no special features, nor are there subtitles.

Here are the episodes of Season 2:
Sabrina Gets Her License (Part I)
Sabrina Gets Her License (Part II)
Dummy for Love
Dante's Inferno
A Doll's Story
Sabrina, the Teenage Boy
A River of Candy Corn Runs Through It
Inna Gadda Sabrina
Witch Trash
To Tell a Mortal
Oh What a Tangled Spell She Weaves
Sabrina Claus
Little Big Kraft
Five Easy Pieces of Libby
Finger Lickin' Flu
Sabrina and the Beanstalk
The Equalizer
The Band Episode
When Teens Collide
My Nightmare, the Car
Fear Strikes Up a Conversation
Quiz Show
Disneyworld
Sabrina's Choice
Rumor Mill
Sabrina vs. Magic

I may not be a kid anymore, but I still love this show!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Byron Kolln HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 19, 2008
Format: DVD
The second season of SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH delivers pretty much the same high standard of witty scripts and imaginative story premises. Melissa Joan Hart stars as Sabrina Spellman, your average 17-year-old schoolgirl with one magical twist: she's a witch! As if being a teenager wasn't hard enough, in Season Two of the magical sitcom, Sabrina must juggle her hectic highschool activities with studying for her witches' license.

In Season Two, Sabrina gets a new best friend, Valerie (Lindsay Sloane), and her relationship with Harvey (Nate Richert) starts getting serious. Still on hand to cause nothing but trouble is snotty teen queen Libby (Jenna Leigh Green); whilst Vice Principal Kraft (Martin Mull) and timid teacher Mrs Quick (Mary Gross) add some new comedy elements to the Westbridge High scenes. As per usual, all the best lines go to Sabrina's feline offsider Salem (voiced by Nick Bakay), with her two aunts Hilda (Caroline Rhea) and Zelda (Beth Broderick) coming close behind.

COMPLETE EPISODE LISTING:

"Sabrina Gets Her License (Part 1)" - On her 17th birthday, Sabrina finds herself overwhelmed with school, her boyfriend Harvey and having to study for her witches' license. Guest starring Erik Estrada.

"Sabrina Gets Her License (Part 2)" - Because she hasn't been studying for her license, her new Quizmaster (Alimi Ballard) informs Sabrina that she's going to have to serve time at a witches' boot-camp.

"Dummy for Love" - Sabrina uses her magic and plays cupid between Mr Kraft and Aunt Hilda, so that Mr Kraft will be nicer to Harvey.

"Dante's Inferno" - Hilda and Zelda feel their niece should start dating other guys.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. L. GREEN on August 19, 2007
Format: DVD
I eagerly waited for this to come out on DVD and though the show is still great it's a shame that they have included cut version episodes for the DVD. A couple of the episodes don't make as much sense because there seem to be bits cut from them. They have also changed the music on one of the episodes. It's not a huge deal but it does take something away from the overall quality of the collection. The episodes improve more and more towards the end of the DVD where the show seems to get into its stride a bit more. I love the Disneyworld episode. I love Salem...I actually find myself believing he's a real cat! Overall, great. Only gets 4 stars because episodes have been cut and because there are no extras. A behind the scenes look would be nice
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