Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Season 7 Episode 14

Present Perfect

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Feb 07, 2003 on ABC
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Sabrina tires of her clumsy ways so she uses her magic to make herself mistake-free, but the spell also turns her into a know-it-all and ends up jeopardizing her friendships and new relationship with Aaron. When Sabrina becomes too perfect she must attend a correctional session to prove that everyone must make mistakes in order to learn from them. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan run into debt troubles after they use credit cards to pay their bills.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Kato Kaelin

    Kato Kaelin

    Instructor

    Guest Star

    Robertson Dean

    Robertson Dean

    General Custer

    Guest Star

    Shelley Malil

    Shelley Malil

    Surgeon

    Guest Star

    Dylan Neal

    Dylan Neal

    Aaron Jacobs

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Elisa Donovan, who plays Morgan, was in the movie "A Night at the Roxbury" which is mentioned in this episode.

      • During the slide show of Sabrina's mistakes the instructor says "And now we enter the Jr. High School years" and Sabrina defends her junior high mistakes on spells gone wrong but Sabrina didn't know she was a witch until she was a sophomore in high school. You can also tell that the scene with her face sunburned is from her victorian house that she didn't move into until her sophomore year.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Sabrina: (while trying to make cookies) Ooh, I think I put one too many eggs in. (the egg Sabrina just cracked magically transforms into a whole egg, then a chicken, in Sabrina's hand) Okay, I guess that answers the whole "chicken or the egg" question.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Morgan: (Holding up a credit card) Breakfast! It's everywhere I want to be.

        This is an allusion to Visa's old slogan of "It's Everywhere You Want to Be."

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