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The Kravitzes separate in "Illegal Separation" in season one also. In this episode, the Kravitzes state that they have been married for twenty-two years, which is considerably off from the thirty years they were married in the 1965 episode.
McMann's first name is revealed to be Howard.
This is one of only two episodes where we get to actually see Larry Tate's partner, Mr. McMann. He appears again in What Makes Darrin Run?, but played by Leon Ames.
When Uncle Arthur shoots Darrin, he's unharmed. In the next scene, Darrin's pajamas have two bullet holes, and gun powder stains. Then in the next scene, Darrin's pajamas are back to normal, and the bullet holes in the wall are gone.
When Aunt Clara tries to walk through the front door, the whole front wall shakes.
In this episode Samantha and Darrin occupy the opposite side of the bed they usually occupy.
When the mob of fans run over to Darrin to get his autograph, one of them calls him Samantha.
When Samantha makes the chicken disappear, she points to a spot on the floor several feet from the chicken. For everything else, she points right at the object.
When the Stephenses pop out of the living room after meeting with the military officials, their shadows can be seen on the floor moving away.
The alley Samantha runs down is the alley behind the facade of the Stephenses' house at Screen Gems.
Darrin goes downstairs to get the car ready and leaves the bedroom door open. Sam uses her witchcraft to speed things up, and while she brushes her hair, the door is closed. When Darrin comes back upstairs, the door is open again. Also, look closely at Sam's wrap--you can see the wires.
In the high-speed dressing scene when Samantha comes out of the closet in the black dress, the dress is not fastened all the way up in the back.
Although Agnes Moorehead was not in this episode, her character "Endora" was a part of the episode in spirit, with a spell and a fiery arrow holding a message for Samantha and Darrin.
Samantha and Darrin's address changes from 1164 Morning Glory Circle to 192 Morning Glory Circle for this episode only. It is unknown why the writers decided to do this, as the "6" in 1164 could have easily been flipped to create the same plot point of a mistaken house address.
Samantha and Darrin look out of a back dormer window to see their front lawn.
When Samantha backs out of the driveway, part of the production crew shows in her rearview mirror.
This non-Darrin episode is a rare which features a of Darrin's relatives other than his parents. In the original show pilot script, he did have a sister, but she was not in the filmed episode and was never mentioned. We do however meet Darrin's medieval ancestor, Darrin the Bold, as well as his contemporary Scottish cousin, Robbie.
If Prince Charming doesn't have any substance, as shown by his ability to walk through closed doors and his inability to be seen on TV monitors, how is he able to dance with Helen and play patty-cake with Tabitha?
In the scene of Larry and Louise's dining area, it can be clearly seen that the dish patttern is Franciscan Ivy. That is the same pattern that was used in I Love Lucy.
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60s, Sitcoms, feel good comedy, sight gags galore, outrageous situations