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There's a bit of magic left.
on August 15, 2013
I grew up watching "Sabrina," and over the last few months, I've been re-watching the show on DVD. This season is by far the weakest of the series. You sort of get the feeling it was put together very fast with little thought as to how the characters and story would develop. Sabrina's graduated college, and her aunts have moved back to the Other Realm. Together with Salem, Sabrina lives with Morgan and Roxie in the manor her aunts have left behind. Magic is limited, but still present, though it only seems to complicate matters more than solve them. The season is divided into two parts: Sabrina working at her first job, and meeting another love interest named Aaron. What makes the season worth watching despite its many flaws is Harvey's regular appearances, and the last two episodes. The season finale is beautifully done, and the twist is quite welcome.
Also on this set is the "Sabrina Goes to Rome" movie, one of two films done before and while the show was on the air. I'd have loved to have "Sabrina Down Under" included, but it seems it'll remain a VHS release until CBS decides to release it though it seems unlikely at this point. Is the last season worth having? I'd say so. You could safely skip over a number of episodes without fear of losing continuity if you're only in it to see Sabrina's happily ever after.