Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Season 3 Episode 14

Mrs. Kraft

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 29, 1999 on ABC
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Disturbed by the growing intimacy between Zelda and Mr. Kraft, Sabrina and Hilda reunite him with his ex-wife. But the ex-Mrs. Kraft is similiar to the Spellmans in a very interesting way. It doesn't take long for Mr. Kraft to be under her spell.

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  • Which Witch?

    Mr. Kraft grandmother is renovating her house, so Mr. Kraft asks Zelda to stay with her, Hilda and Sabrina at the house. Hilda and Sabrina are not too keen on this idea, so they summon Mr. Kraft's ex-wife, Lucy to take him away. Then, they discover that she is a witch. When Mr. Kraft tells Zelda that he is moving in with Lucy, Sabrina breaks what she and Hilda did to Zelda before the Witches' Council summons all of them to decide the matter. After being drained of all the potions Lucy had been giving him to make him stay with her, Mr. Kraft chooses Zelda.moreless
Martin Mull

Martin Mull

Willard Kraft

Lindsay Sloane

Lindsay Sloane

Valerie Birkhead

Caroline Rhea

Caroline Rhea

Hilda Antoinette Spellman

Beth Broderick

Beth Broderick

Zelda Spellman

Nate Richert

Nate Richert

Harvey Dwight Kinkle (recurring in season 5-7)

Jenna Leigh Green

Jenna Leigh Green

Libby Chessler

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (27)

    • Zelda (to Mr. Kraft): Well, let me tell you something. I... I got you cable in that garage. What am I doing? I'm groveling... I'm debasing myself for a man. I sound like Hilda!

    • Sabrina (to Harvey): If it's any consolation at this difficult time, you lost!

    • (On the Jerry Springer show)
      Hilda: Oh, would everybody just- (bleep blocks her out)
      Sabrina (to Jerry): She's not swearing...
      Jerry: I know, but this way it sounds like she did!

    • Salem: I hope you've learned your lesson. You claimed you and Sabrina were helping Zelda, when in fact, you were just helping you and Sabrina.
      Hilda: You did the same thing with Silky. You weren't training him to help Silky. It was all for Salem.
      Salem (surrounded by meat): I guess we were both being selfish. Of course, in my case, it worked out!

    • Hilda: You know, everyone laughs at that show but when you're on it something just takes over.

    • Salem: Silky boy! Dumb dog, he should be back by now. If he ran across a tennis ball I'm doomed.

    • Sabrina: Aunt Hilda and I brought her back. We had to! He did yoga in a uni-tard!

    • Mr. Kraft: Shall I carry you, dear?
      Lucy: No, not this time.

    • Zelda: You know he calls me Zoo-Zoo.
      Mr. Kraft: I do?
      Zelda: Yes, and I call you Monkey.
      Lucy: Like some godless hairy primate?
      Zelda: No, like a cute little monkey with big eyes... and now he answers to Poo. There's a trade-up...

    • Hilda: This break up was bound to happen sooner or later and let's face it, the sooner the break up, the less pain. For us!

    • Lucy: Well, if you'll excuse us I think a certain Willy-poo has a dinner to make.

    • Lucy: Is it just me or are men getting less obedient than they used to be?

    • Harvey: Hey Valerie, I made an appointment at a portrait studio and I've the perfect way to get Sabrina there and keep it a surprise. I'll tell her a war has broken out and I have to take her to a secret bomb shelter.
      Valerie: Or you could just blindfold her and tell her it's a surprise.
      Harvey: Ok... So much for the sound-effect tapes I've been making.

    • Mr. Kraft: Ooh, whoo-hoo. Boy, I shouldn't wait a week to irrigate my ears.

    • Sabrina: So, why did you two split up?
      Lucy: Why does any relationship go bad? Maybe I shouldn't have turned him into a beast of burden or made out with his best friend Dexter.

    • Sabrina: So we'd just be getting Mr. Kraft out of here for aunt Zelda's own good.
      Hilda: Absolutely, someday she'll thank us. Should we poison him?
      Sabrina: Don't you think that's a little harsh?
      Hilda: Love lifts them up where they belong?
      Sabrina: I knew he was bothering you!

    • Hilda: Just breath and let it go Sabrina.
      Mr. Kraft: Oh, you can call me uncle Willard too, Hilda. (He leaves.)
      Hilda: He must be destroyed!

    • Sabrina: I can't take it anymore! Our house has become the Smithsonian of his toenail clippings. Ugh! Isn't he driving you crazy?
      Hilda: I have made a personal choice not to be affected by Willard Kraft.
      Sabrina: He used your tooth brush.
      Hilda (fighting back her anger): Deep cleansing breath...

    • Sabrina: Shame on you, Salem! Silky thinks he's your friend and you're just using him for your own pleasure.
      Salem: I thought that was the point of dogs?

    • Sabrina: Salem, I have a few questions about carbon monoxide, garage apartments and making something look like an accident.

    • Harvey: Do you think Sabrina would like some car mats?
      Valerie: That's not the greatest gift idea when you don't have a car. You know what? It's not the greatest gift idea when you do have a car.

    • Mr. Kraft: I warned you to roll up your windows when we hit school property.
      Sabrina: But you didn't say it was because students pelt you with garbage!
      Mr. Kraft: I thought that was implied.

    • Valerie (about Sabrina): So what surprise are you gonna get her?
      Harvey: I thought the biggest surprise might be no surprise.
      Valerie: So what you're saying is you need my help?

    • Hilda: Oh sure, I had issues with my sister dating a man who is still hopelessly in love with me, but then I just decided to let it go.

    • Sabrina: I'm really glad aunt Zelda has found a boyfriend, but couldn't it have been a mammal?

    • Salem: Right where you're sitting, Zelda was making goo-goo eyes with the Casanova of the hall-pass, Willard Kraft.

    • Harvey: Is Mr. Kraft still dating your aunt Zelda?
      Sabrina: No. See? I'm in denial about it.

  • NOTES (1)


    • Mr.Kraft: Zelda, you complete me.

      Reference to the movie Jerry Maguire, where the line "you complete me" was first heard. The phrase was spoken by Renée Zellweger's character, Dorothy Boyd.

    • Mr. Kraft: That is if you think you can handle the bittersweet anarchy of Billy Jack Goes to Washington...

      Billy Jack Goes to Washington is a 1977 film starring Tom Laughlin. It is the fourth and last film in the Billy Jack series. The film only saw limited screenings upon its release and never saw a general theatrical release, but has since become widely available on DVD. It is often cited in lists of the worst films of all time.

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