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Remember all of Sabrina's relatives from her father's side of the family that she met over the years? They weren't mentioned or seen on-screen at Sabrina's wedding? (However, Uncle Mortimer was mentioned being there by Aunt Hilda) However, in his appearance in Season 2's "The Pom-Pom Incident" he was referred to as their cousin.
Aaron's mother sings "I'm Still Here" from Stephen Sondheim's Follies while stalling at the wedding.
Amanda gives Harvey an unexpected gift that will change his life - his soul stone that is a perfect fit with Sabrina's.
When Sabrina's mom was turned into a ball of wax in one of the earlier episodes, she was able to talk, but how come Zelda wasn't able to talk when she was turned to wax?
In episode 139, Sabrina had to give up her true love so her Aunt Hilda could be with her true love. So if Sabrina and Harvey are soul mates, how can they get back together when she sacrificed her true love?
Response: Actually, Aunt Zelda sacrificed her adult years so that Sabrina would be able to have her true love after all--who, we find out, is Harvey.
Response: The actual question should be why Sabrina thinks that there might be a possibility that Aaron is her soul mate when the three guys that walked away are Harvey, Josh and Luke, the guy that fixed her shoe.
In this episode, Harvey is given Sabrina's magic by Aunt Irma. Later, after Aaron is changed back, Sabrina goes to Harvey's apartment to find him. When she walks in, there is a box containing a glass jar which is holding her magic...but in an earlier episode it was stated that only Tupperware can hold a witch's magic, so how is it that the glass jar could?
The Harmony Song:
All: Harmony! Harmony!
Gosh we're feelin' swell.
Harmony, harmony, gosh we're feelin' swell.
Harmony, harmony, this is going oh so well.
Mrs. Jacobs: Imagine my delight,
To meet you here tonight,
And endlessly enumerate the reasons you're not right.
My boy says you're the one,
When all is said and done,
You simply are not good enough to wed my perfect son.
Aaron: It steams me seeing Harvey standing next to you.
It seems that Harvey's more than just an ex to you.
Sabrina: I'd love to dream but, hey,
I'd love to hear you say,
How many other fiancées
You've dumped along on the way.
Morgan: Harmony, harmony,
Can't conceal the bile.
This is gonna take a while.
Roxie: Your power plants and toxic dumps are perilous.
Mr. Jacobs: Your roommate's confrontational and querulous.
Sabrina: Perhaps it would be best to not offend our guest,
So zip your lip and give your hippie politics a rest.
This was not my plan.
Now we're all meaner than when this stupid song began.
All: There's nothing like a good old fashioned melody,
To put a little gloss on animosity.
Slinging mud with effervescent charm,
Drawing blood while singing arm-in-arm
And all in perfect harmony,
Mr. Jacobs: (in case you didn't hear it)
All: Knock-down drag-out harmony.
In "Sabrina's Date With Destiny," Destiny (Bryan McFayden) told Sabrina that nobody's destiny is preordained. He says that people make their own destinies. Yet in this episode, the three fates are able to control people's destinies.
Clarification: In the Fantasy genre there usually is a difference between destiny and fate. One dictates what you'll do, eliminating free will. The other dictates what will happen to you, still leaving you with the choice what to do.
This is the second time that a Sabrina episode title used the word "Nose" instead of "Knows." The other time was Season 3's "Nobody Nose Libby Like Sabrina Nose Libby."
When Sabrina asks Harvey why his feelings are manifesting now because she has dated other people since they broke up, Harvey tells her she never seemed as serious as any of them as she is about Aaron. However, she has only been with Aaron for a short time, while she dated Josh for a year, and he was the reason Sabrina and Harvey broke up the first time.
A short clip of the first episode can be seen in this episode. Libby is in the clip, which is the first appearance of her since the third season.
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.
Donny Most, who played the White Rabbit, also starred on Happy Days with Anson Williams. He played Ralph Malph, Potsie's best friend.
Both guest stars Dylan Neal and David Monohan are best known for their recurring roles on The WB's other hit show Dawson's Creek. Dylan played Pacey's brother Doug and David played Jack's boyfriend Toby.
Anson Williams, who directed this and several other episodes of Sabrina, played Potsie Webber on the 1974-1984 hit show, Happy Days. He made a cameo in this episode, as Sabrina told him that Aaron loved his show!
Cole's character in Wonderland was the ONLY character to have clothes from the real world when everyone else had changed completely.
Sabrina tells Roxie she is a witch, but since Roxie doesn't believe her, she doesn't lose her powers.
Clarification: As established earlier (e.g. in the episode where Amanda's mother loses her powers) the problem is not telling a mortal, but that mortal telling another mortal. This is acknowledged in this episode when Sabrina decides she trusts Roxie enough to tell her she's a witch... she's trusting her to keep the secret.
Roxie is embarrassed to reveal that as a young groupie, she received a "Hanson" tattoo. The fact that she knew the band of brothers before they were famous and dated member Isaac Hanson (as established in the previous season's "A Birthday Witch") is entirely ignored.
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."
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