Bewitched (1972)

Season 7 Episode 19

Samantha and the Troll

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 18, 1971 on ABC
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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.

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  • Serena and Tabitha play hide and seek

    7.5
    The episode starts with Sam, Tabitha and Adam eating breakfast. Sam has to leave, so Tabitha has to watch Adam and help him drink his milk. She wiggles her nose and the stoneware cup hovers up for him to drink, but he's not having it. She moves the cup to the kitchen but loses the spell when her mom comes back and catches her off guard. Sam tries to wiggle the cup's pieces back together with her spell, but nothing happens.



    She goes to pick up the pieces, and in dings Serena to take a dig at Samantha doing mortal work. Serena has one of her best outfits ever, a midriff top with long fringe and beads, mini, and fringed cuff. When Sam confesses that she's lost her magic, Serena reminds her she could be due for a 10,000 spell check up.



    When Darrin comes in ready for breakfast, it's agreed that Serena will stay and watch the kids, and Samantha will use an interplanetary continuum to get her checkup. Of course Darrin is none too happy. Larry comes in and wants to whisk Darrin off to work but Serena (as Sam) wants a lingering kiss. Larry makes a joke about, "How long have you been married?"moreless
Robert Cummings

Robert Cummings

Mr. Berkley

Guest Star

Nan Martin

Nan Martin

Mrs. Berkley

Guest Star

Diane Murphy

Diane Murphy

Raggedy Ann

Guest Star

Elizabeth Montgomery

Elizabeth Montgomery

Serena

Recurring Role

Erin Murphy

Erin Murphy

Tabitha Stephens

Recurring Role

David Lawrence (VI)

David Lawrence (VI)

Adam Stephens

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