Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Season 4 Episode 3


Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 08, 1999 on ABC
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When Sabrina has Harvey writing a basketball article for the school newspaper, she starts to feel left out when he asks Brad to help him with it. To make matters worse, she can't share her problems with Valerie since she rarely calls anymore. Sabrina then starts to percolate with jealousy since Harvey is spending a lot of time hanging out with Brad and Dreama isn't around to spend time with her. Sabrina then ignores her aunt's warnings to be happy for the people she's jealous of and ultimately ends up in the "Jealous Sea" where Salem helps her realize that while she can be happy for other people, it won't diminish what she has. While Sabrina is dealing with her jealousy, Mr. Kraft becomes more irritable than usual when he finds out his brother Wally is coming to visit him.moreless

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  • In this episode Sabrina(and Zelda) learns to deal with jealousy and to not let it control you.

    Sabrina is mainly jealous because Harvey and Brad are spending a lot of time together. Brad also helps Harvey write an article for Sabrina and she refuses to accept that it is really good.

    Zelda gets jealous when Mr Kraft's brother comes and instantly falls for Hilda and takes her to all the places Zelda would like Willard to take her. She learns to control her jealousy by realising that if ashe wants Willard to take her places she should ask him herself. Sabrina takes a trip to the Jealous Sea where Salem shows here that she can be happy for other people without diminishing what she has.moreless
  • Beware of the Jealo-Sea...

    Sabrina asks Harvey to write an article about basketball, hoping that he would ask for her help. But Harvey asks Brad instead, making Sabrina very envious of their relationship. The article comes out pretty good, but because of her envy, Sabrina refuses to publish it. Then, her eyes turn green, envy green, as she develops a case of Jealotosis. When Sabrina gets stuck in the JealoSea, Salem tells her that she must be happy for people that has what she wants, in order to recuperate. Meanwhile, Mr. Kraft's prefect brother Wally arrives, setting off an infectious strain of sibling rivalry between Hilda and Zelda.moreless
Melissa Joan Hart

Melissa Joan Hart

Sabrina J. Spellman

Martin Mull

Martin Mull

Willard Kraft

Nick Bakay

Nick Bakay

Salem Saberhagen, the Cat (voice)

Nate Richert

Nate Richert

Harvey Dwight Kinkle (recurring in season 5-7)

Beth Broderick

Beth Broderick

Zelda Spellman

Caroline Rhea

Caroline Rhea

Hilda Antoinette Spellman

Gary Sandy

Gary Sandy


Guest Star

Tara Lipinski

Tara Lipinski


Guest Star

David Stifel

David Stifel


Guest Star

Jon Huertas

Jon Huertas

Brad Alcerro

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (12)

    • Sabrina: How was your date with Wally?
      Hilda: Well, he's not really my type. We didn't have that much in common and I really don't like his cologne.
      Sabrina: So you're going out again?
      Hilda: Tuesday.

    • Hilda: So how was your date with Harvey?
      Sabrina: It was great. We went to the Slicery, all of our friends were there, most of them at our table, so we're gonna ease into the whole spending time alone thing.

    • Sabrina: Ok, I gotta go apologize to Mr. Kraft now.
      Harvey: Ok, that's it. You're going to the nurse...

    • Sabrina: Oh Brad, I'm gonna publish the article that you and Harvey wrote. It's excellent!
      Brad: Then why did you reject it before?
      Sabrina: Well, you know, running a newspaper is a very complicated business, but mainly, I was just being a jerk.

    • Sabrina: Oh great! Mr. Kraft just gave me detention over the computer!
      Zelda: What did you do?
      Sabrina: Breathe...

    • Zelda (seeing Sabrina's bright green eyes): You've got full-blown jealo-tosis!
      Hilda: Or a lousy brand of contacts.

    • Zelda: When I'm with Willard, I can't help but shut out the rest of the world.
      Hilda: Well, the feeling is mutual on the part of the rest of the world.

    • Mr. Kraft (while under Zelda's honesty spell): And sometimes, when I sleep at night, I am so consumed with self doubt that I suck my thumb.
      Sabrina: Ok, this is new. Getting sick before lunch.

    • Harvey: Brad thinks we should interview the towel boys, promise anonymity and get a real inside look at the team.
      Sabrina: Ah that's an interesting idea... (under her breath) ...unfortunately.
      Harvey (to Brad): We're on it.
      Mr. Kraft: What's that saying, "Two's company, Three's pathetic?"
      Sabrina (to herself): Whenever Mr. Kraft talks, he spews verbal anthrax. Valerie would have loved that line... and I wouldn't be talking to myself right now.

    • Sabrina: Why should Mr. Kraft have a best friend and not me? Why should he get to be happy and not me? Why does he... Oh-no! I'm jealous of Mr. Kraft!

    • (After Sabrina takes off her sunglasses before going to bed)
      Salem: Behold, the first envy-powered night light.

    • (After Sabrina gets off the phone and Zelda picks it up)
      Salem: Hey! It's my turn! This isn't fair.
      Zelda: Write a letter to PETA. (On the phone) Yes, I'd like to order a dozen long stemmed roses for principal Willard Kraft at Westbridge High School... (listening to caller's response) Yes, I've met him!
      Salem: Roses? Did he die?
      Zelda: I just like him.
      Salem: That's a shame now that he's passed on. Well enough of the boo-hoo, pass me the phone.

  • NOTES (2)


    • Salem: Well, remove the shades, Miss Pulp Fiction!

      Pulp Fiction is a 1994 film by director Quentin Tarantino, who co-wrote the film with Roger Avary. It stars John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman.

    • Hilda: We've got more empties than Boris Yeltsin's trash can.

      Boris Yeltsin (1931-2007) was the President of Russia between 1991 and 1999. He was reputed to have a strong fondness for vodka because he often behaved erratically and appeared to be intoxicated during public appearances.