Bewitched (1972)

Season 3 Episode 31

Bewitched, Bothered and Infuriated

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 13, 1967 on ABC
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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.moreless

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  • Aunt Clara drops in for a visit and decides to zap herself a morning paper to look at, with disasterous results.

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    Aunt Clara comes to visit and decides to have a look at the paper while she's there. She accidently zaps an edition for the following day and Darrin and Samantha are alarmed when she reads an article that says Larry Tate breaks his leg while on a second honeymoon trip with his wife, Louise. As Larry and Louise have already left for their trip, Darrin and Samantha take it upon themselves to go to the resort and try and prevent Larry from getting injured. Soon, Larry and Louise have had more than enough of being followed around by them and bluntly ask them to go away and leave them alone. When it is learned that Aunt Clara's paper is ten years old and they find out that Larry DID break his leg after his wedding a decade previously, Darrin and Samantha realise that all's well that ends well.



    One of the most irksome facts about this (and several other) episodes of "Bewitched" is that Darrin is perfectly happy to allow Samantha to use her witchcraft when it benefits him in some way, such as here when they had to go and find Larry and Louise. However, he almost bursts a blood vessel whenever she uses it without his 'permission'. It's very inconsistent and highly annoying. It's also bad work by the writers and producers for allowing such an obvious inconsistency. The episode itself was fine, just not the witchcraft part.moreless
George Lymburn

George Lymburn

Man

Guest Star

Jack Fletcher

Jack Fletcher

Manager

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Kasey Rogers

Kasey Rogers

Louise Tate

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Marion Lorne

Marion Lorne

Aunt Clara

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