Tabitha

Season 1 Episode 1

Tabitha

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM May 07, 1977 on ABC
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Young witch Tabitha Stephens is torn between her mortal brother, discouraging her from using her powers, and her witch aunt, encouraging her to do the opposite.

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      • Minerva (to Adam): Don't threaten Aunty Minerva or you could end up as an ice sculpture at a Beverly Hills Bar Mitzvah.

      • (after Minerva freezes Roger)
        Adam: You killed my best friend.
        Minerva: Oh, please. If you haven't bored him to death by now, he'll live forever.

      • Tabitha: You're never going to let me forget that silly little prank I pulled, are you?
        Adam: It's not easy forgetting being turned into a stuffed panda. I still have the dark circles under my eyes.

      • Paul: Who wants to hear some do-gooder explain how to squeeze toothpaste out of the bottom of the tube, huh?
        Tabitha (sarcastically): Yeah, right, Paul. It would be much more interesting to watch you interview an empty chair.

      • Tabitha: Sometimes I get the feeling that it still bothers you that, well, you know, that I got all Mom's powers and all you got was Dad's chocolate allergy.
        Adam: Are you kidding? Giving up Ding-Dongs is a cheap price to pay for one's sanity.

      • (after Tabitha "moved" Paul's car to another parking space)
        Tabitha: Do you know it's the 3rd time this week Paul's parked in my space.
        Adam: And you think grand theft auto is the answer?
        Tabitha: That wasn't a car rip-off. It was a... a rip-over.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Essentially the same pilot was first aired on 24 April 1976; this first version featured Liberty Williams as Tabitha and Bruce Kimmel as her brother Adam.

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