Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Season 7 Episode 11

The Lyin', the Witch and the Wardrobe

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 17, 2003 on ABC
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Sabrina finds out that Scorch magazine is doing a spread on pop singer Daniel Bedingfield and suggests Morgan to be the designer for his photo shoot. However, when everybody at the magazine sees how bad Morgan's work is, they designate Sabrina to be the one to fire her. When Sabrina attempts to do so, Morgan gets mad at her for lying to her when she first told her clothes were great. Sabrina also tangles herself in a lie with Roxie and must find a way to patch things up.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • James and Annie don't know who Morgan is when Sabrina mentions her even though they met her for the Gal Palz photo shoot in the previous episode "Ping Ping a Song." The reason is because this episode was actually made before "Ping Ping a Song."

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Roxie: I want to keep my show a place where women can express themselves.
        Morgan: Then you better get some guys on your show.
        Sabrina: Why don't you go wax the cat?

      • Sabrina: I just happen to have Morgan's portfolio right here, I'm telling you, she is hot, hot, hot right now. I mean LaRue magazine just...contacted her.

      • Morgan: It is so nice to have friends that think I'm talented...
        Sabrina: Absolutely
        Morgan: And beautiful...
        Sabrina: Absolutely
        Morgan: And smart...
        Sabrina: Is that a gray hair on Salem?

      • Salem: Don't come a-knockin' if the trash can's a-rockin'!

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Sabrina (after seeing Salem dying his hair): I had no idea they made a "Just for Cats."
        This alludes to the line of hair dye for men, called "Just for Men."

      • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a novel by author C. S. Lewis (one of seven in his Chronicles of Narnia series) about a wardrobe that transported children to a magical world. After the episode aired, a film adaptation of the novel has been released.

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