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Katrina threw Miles' cables out of the window and closed it, but the cables weren't plugged into anything, so why did he need to run it through her window?
Why were Katrina and Jezebelda in prison? According to Zelda in "The Good, the Bad and the Luau", evil twins are sent to live in the Twin Cities in the Other Realm. No mention of prison is made at that time, and they don't say what crimes they committed to get sent to prison in the first place.
The audience has seen Sabrina's evil twin and now meets Zelda's evil twin--but Hilda's evil twin was never introduced.
With the obvious exception of the premiere, Sabrina could have just been celebrating her birthday in another month, as there are a few people who do that.
Sabrina's birthday has so far been celebrated in September, yet her passport says 29 March 1981 in Salem, MA (USA).
Sabrina's evil twin Katrina read Roxie's diary, so Roxie read Sabrina's to get revenge. Shouldn't Roxie know that Sabrina is a witch??
When Salem asks if Sabrina did the double time spell, she responds saying that he was there when she cast it. However, Sabrina was back at college when she cast the spell. Salem was there though when she found the spell in the spellbook.
In this episode, Sabrina speeds herself up by taking speed from Miles and Roxie. In season 2, Sabrina's quizmaster slows down time without consequences.
Salem is in therapy for the loss of his "best friend" Harvey. This is likely justified from the Season 3 finale 'The Good, the Bad and the Luau', where a Dr.Doolittle spell allowed Harvey to talk to animals without suspicions.
During that weekend, Harvey and Salem became pals.
On the DVD of this episode, the song Sabrina is dancing around to is edited out and replaced with generic music.
In response to the previous poster: The "Sabrina" producers tried many times during seasons 5-7 to change the "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" title to just "Sabrina," because Sabrina was no longer a teenager. However, Archie Comics (which owns the rights to the "Sabrina" character,) prohibited the show from changing the title. For marketing purposes, though, the WB just called the show "Sabrina" in the advertisements.
At the end of the episode it is said that Harvey reached his spell quota with the friendship bread spell, meaning no spells after it would affect him, but he was affected by the ipecac spell.
Mr Kraft and Zelda broke up in the episode before this, The Four Faces of Sabrina.
As this episode ended, Zelda and Mr. Kraft (Martin Mull) were still together (there was no closure on his storyline); yet, starting with season 5, he was never mentioned again. Obviously, the "Sabrina" production company had no idea he would be fired.
At the end of the course after Sabrina has been rescued, she is standing by the referee and is completely clean,(after nearly sinking in quick sand) however when she arrives back at the Spellman house in the kitchen she is completely covered in mud.
This is the prom episode.
Zelda and Mr. Kraft break up in this episode.
When Zelda was in the bottle and Hilda arrives, Zelda says she is doing her work, but when you look at her computer closely, Zelda is playing Solitaire.
How did Amanda get her powers back? In Sabrina, the Matchmaker, Amanda's mother told her mortal boyfriend she was a witch and she, Amanda, and her other daughter all lost their powers.
In the beginning when they blew the roof off the house they shouldn't have been able to see the sky since they were on the first floor.
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