Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Season 7 Episode 10

Ping, Ping a Song

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 10, 2003 on ABC

Episode Fan Reviews (2)

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  • Needing an inside look at an American Idol talent type contest for a magazine article, Sabrina enlists the help of Roxie and Morgan to go undercover s contestents. After she gives them a boost of talent with lozenges fame goes directly to their head.

    I'm guessing that at this point in the show they were signed for a full season so they just needed to eek out episodes to fill in the time before ending it all together. They had no ideas left so they went to a tried and true method I guess. This is exactly the same thing that happened to Valerie and Harvey in "The Band Episode." However, that season 2 episode was 10 times better than this one. I have to agree with the last reviewer that the side effect of the lozenges could have been different than the other episode. I guess this could be a new concept for the show if the people who are watching this episode never saw the other one, but most people have seen the season 2 episode rather than this one cause the show was better then. Also wouldn't Harvey have realized that the same thing had happened to him in high school now that he knows about all of the times Sabrina used magic on him when they were dating? This episode is not one of the greatest ones.
  • Is it just me, or is it a repeat??

    I was just watching this episode, and it seemed to me that it was the exact same thing that happened in the second or third season. The episode entitled "THE BAND EPISODE" is the exact same thing. The only difference is that there are different characters, and different items. You see in the old one, Harvey and Valerie drank talent pop, and in this one, Roxie and Morgan ate talent louzengues. It is the same thing people. And to add to that, the side affect of the talent was DIVA FEVER. They copied the same episode, if they were going to do something like that, then try new things. Like different side affects. Don't give us a repeat.