When Harvey is asking Sabrina if she will sit with him on the bus ride to Salem, Harvey knocks into a girls' book bag and it goes flying off her shoulder, but she keeps walking like nothing happened.
Ironically, the episode about the city of Salem features only one line for the character of Salem.
In this episode find out that Sabrina lives at 133 Collins Rd.
Jenny (while in court): I can't say. I've been sworn to secrecy.
Mr. Pool: There are no secrets from the court.
Sabrina: Then ask Jill if that's her real nose!
Sabrina: They think you're a witch.
Jenny: Really? Cool.
Libby: She did this to me! Jenny's specter flew in through the window and braided my hair.
Libby: To make me look dorky!
Mrs. Hecht:Nuh uh uh! Unless ye be married there will be no holding of hands.
Sabrina: Jeez, ye be really into this.
Mr. Pool: So does everyone have a buddy?
Libby: Not me.
Mr. Pool: We can take care of that, I'll be your buddy Goody Chessler.
Libby: I feel like I'm falling down a well.
Libby: Listen Adam, I know you're shy so I'll make it easy for you. Will you be my buddy?
Adam: Thanks Libby but I already asked Jenny.
Libby: What, like as a joke?
Cee Cee: Have you ever dated a baseball player before?
Libby: Oh let's see; football, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, badminton...no!
Harvey: Don't you want to see where the witches lived?
Sabrina: Big deal!
Sabrina: No, forget about the game. What if I were a real witch?
Harvey: Would you have supernatural powers?
Harvey: How could I not like that? So, what kinda things would you do?
Sabrina: Hmm! I might turn Libby into a goat, or change my clothes a lot, or make a giant flan.
Mrs. Hecht: Jenny, art thou chewing gum?
Jenny: I, art.
Stuart Bass was nominated for the 1998 Eddie Award for "Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television" for this episode.
Republica - "Ready To Go (US Mix)"
When Sabrina is asked what she'd do if she was a real witch. She says "Oh I'd probably change my clothes a lot, make Libby a goat, or make a massive flan."
She did all of these in Sabrina Through the Looking Glass episode.
The Crucible is a play about women accused of performing rituals in the woods, based on the play by Arthur Miller.