Sabrina J. Spellman
Hilda Antoinette Spellman
Harvey Dwight Kinkle (recurring in season 5-7)
Roland the Troll
Salem tells Sabrina a story about how he knew that Madam Curie was cheating on him with her husband Pierre; both of the Curies appear in the episode "Aging, Not So Gracefully" ofSeason 4.
At the end of the opening credits for this episode, Sabrina is dressed in a waitress outfit and says, "I'm really an actress. Do you want fries with that?"
Roland should have been spotted when he zapped himself into Sabrina's school because there were three girls looking directly in that same direction.
Zelda: None of this would've happened if you had control over your primitive urges. Instead, you became overcome with jealousy.
Salem: I wasn't jealous, I was hungry.
Hilda: I was jealous. And I was hungry.
Zelda: Once again, I'm the only mature one in the room. That must make you all incredibly jealous.
Harvey: It was really nice of Gordie to let us use his car.
Sabrina: He had no choice. It was part of our divorce agreement. He got the house.
Harvey: Libby and I are only talking through our lawyers.
Zelda: Oh my... How did you ever find this place?
Mr. Kraft: The quarterback on the football team told me about it during detention.
Sabrina: I don't have that kind of money!
Roland: This ain't no charity ward, baby. The fog machine, the voiceover guy, they all cost money...
Libby: Goodbye Sabrina. I don't wanna keep from your ice cream and romance novel...
Salem: Oh you poor naive little thing. So innocent to the ways of love...
Sabrina: I told you I trust Harvey. Doesn't matter what Libby does, Harvey would never cheat on me.
Salem: That's what I thought when I was dating Madame Curie. Marie started spending a lot of time in the lab with Pierre. They told me it was an experiment, but I knew better... She kept saying the phrase...
Sabrina: Stay away from me or I'll call the police?
Zelda: It takes two to tango.
Salem: Zelda, we're not talking about dancing here. We've got two people... (realizing) oh... please continue...
Mr. Kraft: So the assignment that Mrs. Pilatti has left for you while she's out sick has you splitting up into couples, so you can experience the realities, joys and responsibilities of marriage. For some reason, there's nothing here about the corresponding pain, torture and humiliation.
Sabrina (about Mr. Kraft and Zelda): Oh, he's not gonna kiss her goodnight, is he?
Hilda: Oh, I hope not. His depth perception is terrible. He was always getting his nose in my eye...
Sabrina: Why do you tell me things like that so close to my bedtime?
Gordie: So to sum up, our marriage was a complete and total failure. Thank you.
Mr. Kraft (Clapping): Beautiful! Beautiful. Oh the memories! You know, it is so great to see a young couple on the right track.
Mr. Kraft: Sisters, fighting over me. When you got it, you got it.
Zelda: I have never been so mad at you in my entire life!
Hilda: That is not true! Remember when we were kids and I broke your collarbone?
Salem: Let's go. I've never been so bored in my entire life, and I stare into space 18 hours a day.
Salem: Don't make me watch! I'll have to scratch out my own eyes!
Gordie: So this is The Knoll. I can't believe I'm really here! Uh...again.
Zelda: Hilda, you need to find a therapist. One that doesn't refer to you as "Caller Number Two".
Sabrina: I never knew betrayal came wallet sized!
Valerie doesn't appear in this episode.
"Suspicious Minds" by Dwight Yoakam
Salem: That's what I thought when I was dating Madame Curie. Marie started spending a lot of time in the lab with Pierre.
Pierre Curie was a French physicist, a pioneer in crystallography, magnetism, piezoelectricity and radioactivity.
Marie Curie was a physicist and chemist of Polish upbringing and, subsequently, French citizenship. She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity, the first and only person honored with Nobel Prizes in two different sciences, and the first female professor at the University of Paris.
Sabrina mentions the Von Trapp children.
The Von Trapp children were a group of singers that were made famous by the musical The Sound of Music.
The episode title alludes to a song with the same title made famous by Elvis Presley.
In this episode, when asking Sabrina what is bothering her, Salem sarcastically says, "what's wrong, did someone get chocolate in your peanut butter?"
This alludes to the infamous Reese peanut butter commercial. Chocolate accidentally drops into peanut butter, and alas the Reese cup was created!
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