Bewitched (1972)

Season 8 Episode 12

The Eight Year Itch Witch

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 08, 1971 on ABC
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Endora tries to make Samantha jealous again by recruiting a beautiful witch named Ophelia to woo Darrin. Ophelia tries anything to get Darrin to come to a sales convention, even faking stage fright. Darrin's intentions are to spend time with Samantha, but Larry Tate intervenes. Darrin goes but decides to take a late plane back, but the unrelenting Ophelia disguises herself as an airport manager, informing Darrin the airport is closed due to fog. Endora suggests to Samantha that fog is not the reason Darrin is not coming home. Sam realizes that there is something fishy going on pops in to see what is up. With a little magic, Darrin realizes that Sam is his real love and Endora's in the hot seat.moreless

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  • Samantha and Darrin have been married for 8 years, and as far as Endora is concerned, that is 8 years too long.

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    Endora is less than pleased with the fact that, in spite of all her efforts to change the situation, Samantha and Darrin remain as firmly married as they ever were, even after eight years. She finds this an intolerable situation and sets about changing it to her advantage.



    With the aid of a beautiful witch named Ophelia, Endora does her level best to make Darrin unfaithful and Samantha jealous. When Darrin is unable to get home from a business trip due to bad weather, Samantha is very suspicious about the real reason for his having to stay away.



    Naturally, she soon learns that Endora is behind the whole scheme and domestic harmony is restored, but not before she has shown that even happily married witches can have doubts at some time or another.



    A good, solid and entertaining episode.moreless

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