Bewitched: Season 6
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Dick Sargent takes over as Darren!
A new baby... a new maid... and a new husband?! Well, sort of! Elizabeth Montgomery stars in Bewitched: The Complete Sixth Season with Dick Sargent who takes over the role of Darrin, Anges Moorehead and David White. Other new arrivals this season include the birth of the Stephenses' second child Adam, and the materialization of Esmeralda (played by Alice Ghostley), a shy maid who conjures up accidental witchcraft every time she sneezes.
Join the cast as Samantha and Tabitha visit the land of Jack and the Beanstalk, Serena recruits Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart to sing at her Cosmos Cotillion, Uncle Arthur becomes Superman... and Endora becomes a loving mother-in-law. Darrin, while under Endora's spell, finds himself speaking in cliches and painting a portrait of his boss' wife - all with hilarious results! Notable guest stars include Jack Cassidy, Johnny Whitaker (TV's Family Affair), Bernie Kopell (TV's The Love Boat), Carol Wayne (TV's The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson) and Henry Gibson (TV's Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In).
Starring: Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick Sargent, Agnes Moorehead, George Tobias, Sandra Gould, David White, Kasey Rogers, Erin Murphy
Paul Lynde - Uncle Arthur (TV's The Hollywood Squares)
Bernard Fox - Dr. Bombay (Titanic)
Alice Ghostley - Esmeralda (The Graduate)
Maurice Evans - Maurice (Planet of the Apes)
Johnny Whitaker (TV s Family Affair)
Deacon Jones (Los Angeles Rams)
William Schallert (TV s The Patty Duke Show)
Art Metrano (Police Academy 3: Back in Training)
Pat Priest (TV s The Munsters)
Bernie Kopell (TV s The Love Boat)
Danny Bonaduce (TV s The Partridge Family)
Dick Wilson (TV's Mr. Whipple)
John Fiedler (Twelve Angry Men)
Charles Lane (It s A Wonderful Life)
Leon Ames (TV s Mr. Ed)
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart (Music Performers/Writers)
Ron Masak (TV s Murder She Wrote)
Jack Cassidy (The Eiger Sanction)
Henry Gibson (TV s Rowan and Martin s Laugh-In)
1. Sam and the Beanstalk (Sept. 18, 1969)
2. Samantha's Yoo Hoo Maid (Sept. 25, 1969)
3. Samantha's Caesar Salad (Oct. 2, 1969)
4. Samantha's Curious Cravings (Oct. 9, 1969)
5. And Something Makes Four (Oct. 16, 1969)
6. Naming Samantha's New Baby (Oct. 23, 1969)
7. To Trick-Or-Treat or Not to Trick-Or-Treat (Oct. 30, 1969)
8. A Bunny for Tabitha (Nov. 6, 1969)
9. Samantha's Secret Spell (Nov. 13, 1969)
10. Daddy Comes to Visit (Nov. 20, 1969)
11. Darrin the Warlock (Nov. 27, 1969)
12. Sam's Double Mother Trouble (Dec. 4, 1969)
13. You're So Agreeable (Dec. 11, 1969)
14. Santa Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays (Dec. 18, 1969)
15. Samantha's Better Halves (Jan. 1, 1970)
16. Samantha's Lost Weekend (Jan. 8, 1970)
17. The Phrase Is Familiar (Jan. 15, 1970)
18. Samantha's Secret Is Discovered (Jan. 22, 1970)
19. Tabitha's Very Own Samantha (Jan. 29, 1970)
20. Super Arthur (Feb. 5, 1970)
21. What Makes Darrin Run? (Feb. 12, 1970)
22. Serena Stops the Show (Feb. 19, 1970)
23. Just a Kid Again (Feb. 26, 1970)
24. The Generation Zap (March 5, 1970)
25. Okay, Who's the Wise Witch? (March 12, 1970)
26. A Chance on Love (March 19, 1970)
27. If the Shoe Pinches (March 26, 1970)
28. Mona Sammy (April 2, 1970)
29. Turn on That Old Charm (April 9, 1970)
30. Make Love Not Hate (April 16, 1970)
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Let's just say that while watching the Season 6 episodes, I have a hard time forgetting Dick York & how great he was in the role. It's even evident in the episodes where "Darwin" and Endora are going at it, that I just can't help think how fun it was to watch York & Agnes Moorehead go back and forth--whereas with Sargent & Agnes it just seems like petty sniping.
And the writers for the show definitely seem to start repeating themes more often than usual. That's usually the first sign of a sitcom in trouble--i.e. the first episode that Sargent actually filmed as the new Darrin, "Samantha's Better Halves" which was a remake of a classic Dick York episode from Season 2.
Also repeated from a past season is the idea of Sam's father Maurice giving Darrin a charm which will grant him magic powers. Of course, this idea was brought up in what was Dick York's final episode as Darrin in Season 5 and gets stretched out into a 2-part episode in year 6--where once again we see the familiar idea of Darrin getting intoxicated with magical powers.
Season 6 also gave us the new character of Esmeralda, a bumbling but well meaning witch whose powers are past their prime (sound familiar). Basically, Esmeralda was seemingly created with the idea of filling the void left by the late, great Marion Lorne who delighted viewers of the show as Aunt Clara for the first 4 years of Bewitched.
At least the producers of the show were smart enough not to try and call Alice Ghostley the new "Aunt Clara." Of course, I can't help but compare Esmeralda to Clara and Clara was irreplaceable. But, there are many who would say the same for the character of Darrin Stephens.
I don't mean to sound like I'm totally slamming this year of Bewitched. I'm a longtime fan of the show and loved (for the most part) the first 5 years of the show. Maybe by the time I get to Season 7 I'll have totally warmed up to the new "Derwood." To put it bluntly, Dick York ain't walking back into 1164 Morning Glory Circle & I may as well get used to it.
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