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Bewitched (1972)

Season 8 Episode 26

The Truth, Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me Sam

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 25, 1972 on ABC
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Episode Summary

In the final episode, Endora tries to test out Darrin's honesty by giving him a pin with a spell that makes him tell the truth. Darrin learns that honesty is not exactly the best policy when he jeopardizes an important account. It seems as though he may have lost the account, but the client likes the honesty between Darrin and Larry and gives them a break. As the series ends, Samantha and Darrin tell each other how much they love each other, without the magic of the truth pin.moreless

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  • this is not a program finale, or even a season finale, just an ordinary episode

    Endora talks trash about Darrin's gift to Sam in the first scene...
  • Bewitched

    It's sad that bewitched end because the real darrin is missing. Health problems. 1 was key to the show. And other ok. But not very good. Dick York was no1 actor and if he still well past the show would last long time show. But end to soon. That truth.
  • The very final episode, and not a bad one either.

    Endora is in top form when she decides to put a truth spell on her son-in-law with aid of a magical truth pin which means that the wearer, Darrin, is unable to lie about anything. Endora, of course, is convinced that Darrin will say something to really anger Samantha but what actually happens is that Darrin begins to tell the truth not only to Samantha but to Larry and the clients as well. It looks as though Darrin may lose his job due to his honesty but things actually go his way when the important client is impressed with his honesty and that which exists between himself and Larry as well.

    A good ending to eight seasons of mostly entertaining television. There were plenty bof superb tv moments in this show and it never grows tired. A worthy 60s and 70s program indeed.moreless
Parley Baer

Parley Baer

Ed Franklin

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Sara Seegar

Sara Seegar

Frances Franklin

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Emily Banks

Emily Banks


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