Bewitched: The Complete Series

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"Long Live the Queen" - Samantha is tagged to be Queen of the Witches and Darrin is to be turned into a doormat, as Endora and resigning Queen Ticheba plot to rest the crown on Samantha's head. "It'sSo Nice to Have a Spouse Around the House" - Darrin accidentally takes Serena on a second honeymoon, while Samantha is meeting with the Witches Council. Bewitched: The Complete Series Wiki

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Bewitched starts off with a simple married couple; but what we soon find out is that Samantha, Darrin's wife, is a witch! Although they agree that Sam is not to use witchcraft now that they are married, a problem always seems to crop up and Samantha always resorts to spells. Things become even more complicated when Endora, Samantha's witch mother, starts to interfere.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 01: I, Darrin, Take This Witch Samantha25:28
Season 1, Episode 02: Be It Ever So Mortgaged25:28
Season 1, Episode 04: It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog25:27
Season 1, Episode 03: Mother Meet What's His Name25:25
Season 1, Episode 05: Help, Help, Don't save Me25:26
Season 1, Episode 06: Little Pitchers Have Big Fears25:26
Season 1, Episode 07: The Witches Are Out25:26
Season 1, Episode 08: The Girl Reporter25:28
Season 1, Episode 09: Witch or Wife25:25
Season 1, Episode 10: Just One Happy Family25:27
Season 1, Episode 11: It Takes One to Know One25:29
Season 1, Episode 12: ...And Something Makes Three25:27
Season 1, Episode 13: Love Is Blind25:28
Season 1, Episode 14: Samantha Meets the Folks25:27
Season 1, Episode 15: A Vision of Sugar Plums25:28
Season 1, Episode 16: It's Magic25:21
Season 1, Episode 17: A Is for Aardvark25:26
Season 1, Episode 18: The Cat's Meow25:22
Season 1, Episode 19: A Nice Little Dinner Party25:25
Season 1, Episode 20: Your Witch Is Showing25:21
Season 1, Episode 21: Ling Ling25:26
Season 1, Episode 22: Eye of the Beholder25:28
Season 1, Episode 23: Red Light, Green Light25:30
Season 1, Episode 24: Which Witch Is Which?25:27
Season 1, Episode 25: Pleasure O'Riley25:29
Season 1, Episode 26: Driving Is the Only Way to Fly25:17
Season 1, Episode 27: There's No Witch like an Old Witch25:30
Season 1, Episode 28: Open the Door, Witchcraft25:31
Season 1, Episode 29: Abner Kadabra25:30
Season 1, Episode 30: George the Warlock25:31
Season 1, Episode 31: That Was My Wife25:29
Season 1, Episode 32: Illegal Separation25:28
Season 1, Episode 33: A Change of Face25:19
Season 1, Episode 34: Remember the Main25:27
Season 1, Episode 35: Eat at Mario's25:30
Season 1, Episode 36: Cousin Edgar25:18
Season 2, Episode 01: Alias Darrin Stephens25:32
Season 2, Episode 02: A Very Special Delivery25:26
Season 2, Episode 03: We're in for a Bad Spell25:32
Season 2, Episode 04: The My Grandson Warlock25:27
Season 2, Episode 05: The Joker Is a Card25:26
Season 2, Episode 06: Take Two Aspirins and Half a Pint of Porpoise Milk25:27
Season 2, Episode 07: Trick or Treat25:26
Season 2, Episode 08: The Very Informal Dress25:28
Season 2, Episode 09: And Then I Wrote25:27
Season 2, Episode 10: Junior Executive25:28
Season 2, Episode 11: Aunt Clara's Old Flame25:27
Season 2, Episode 12: A Strange Little Visitor25:29
Season 2, Episode 13: The My Boss Teddy Bear25:29
Season 2, Episode 14: Speak the Truth25:31
Samantha and Darrin appear to be an ideally matched couple. Very much in love, they decide to marry. Darrin doesn't know that Samantha, is, of all things, a witch. On their wedding night, Samantha's mother, Endora, a witch, of course, visits her daughter. Regretting that her daughter has married a mortal, she is bent on breaking up the marriage. After pleading with her mother not to interfere, Samantha decides to tell her husband that he has unknowingly married a witch. To convince Darrin of her magic powers, Samantha performs a series of tricks. Darrin makes her promise never to practice her witchcraft again. Sheila, a former girl friend of Darrin's, invites the newlyweds to a dinner party. She makes every effort to embarrass Samantha before the guests. After enduring Sheila's snubs and insults, Samantha cannot resist evening the score. She employs her extraordinary powers to humiliate Sheila. Later, at home, Darrin rebukes his wife, but admits Sheila deserved the tricks played on her.
Endora is disgusted when Samantha refuses to use supernatural powers to cope with the routine tasks of a suburban housewife. Faced with the problem of baking a cake, Samantha in desperation, does resort to witchcraft, which also comes in handy when she inspects the house Darrin plans to buy for them. To convince Endora that the house can be livable, Samantha transforms it in her own curious way. Gladys Kravitz, a nosey neighbor, is shocked into hysterics as furniture and landscaping appear and vanish under her eyes. Abner Kravitz is convinced his wife is losing her mind, especially when Gladys reports that Darrin, mistaking her for Samantha's mother, kissed her. Endora cynically watches from the roof as Darrin and Samantha embrace in their new home.
Samantha gives a dinner party to impress Rex Barker, one of Darrin's clients. Rex brings along his date, Babs Livingston, but advances on Samantha in the garden when he gets drunk. Barker becomes too aggressive and Samantha changes him into a dog. Darrin, thinking only of the possible loss of the account, is furious and Samantha locks him and the dog out. Endora sets a cat on the dog, who comes out much the worse for wear. Samantha takes Barker to a vet and then changes him back to a man. The next morning, Barker, not having learned a thing from the night before, again makes a pass at Samantha. This time Darrin floors him with a punch and walks out on his job. Later, Barker apologizes and signs the contract on condition that Darrin return to the agency.
Gladys Kravitz, a neighbor, is unable to convince her husband, Abner, that strange things seem to be happening at the Stephens' home. Gladys, June Foster, and Shirley Clyde, with their sons, visit the Stephens' home to welcome Samantha to the community. Gladys is frustrated in her attempts to point out to her friends the amazing number of objects which seem to appear and disappear. When the boys pester Endora, Samantha's mother, she uses magic to tie the three of them up. On leaving, Gladys tries to point out to her friends that it would be physically impossible for three boys to tie themselves up. Later Darrin returns home for his first meeting with Endora. Endora and Darrin soon engage in a heated argument about their opposing viewpoints on life. Endora threatens to turn Darrin into as artichoke. Later Samantha expresses her love for Darrin by announcing that if Endora had done so, she would also have turned herself into an artichoke.
Darrin struggles for days to create an advertising campaign for Caldwell Soup. Samantha's suggestions seem perfect, but Darrin's pride leads him to suspect Witchcraft. Stubborn, Darrin presents his own ideas to Phillip Caldwell, who rejects them. Samantha, worn out with housework, is stung when Darrin accuses her of using witchcraft to do that too. Endora, Samantha's mother, who dislikes Darrin, is pleased when the couple quarrels, and Samantha, packing in her own curious fashion, walks out. Crushed at losing his wife and a client in one week, Darrin submits Samantha's ideas to Larry Tate, his boss, who thinks they are great. Tate is bewildered when Darrin ecstatically accepts Caldwell's rejection and dashes home to make up with Samantha. Darrin then uses Samantha's chance remark as the basin for a successful Caldwell Soup campaign, blissfully unaware that Samantha planned it just that way.
Darrin discovers that Samantha has been entertaining a guest each morning after he leaves for work. The guest is ten year old Marshall Burns. Marshall's mother is a widow, whose over-protectiveness has robbed Marshall of all his self-confidence. Darrin tells Samantha that she has no right to interfere with Mrs. Burns' upbringing of her son. Despite Marshall's belief that he is no good at anything, Samantha takes him to a Junior League ball game. Marshall has never been able to make the team. Floyd Kravitz, nephew of Gladys Kravitz, is the star player. With a little witchery on Samantha's part, Marshall becomes a triple threat. When his mother, fearful that he may be inured, forbids him to play, Marshall runs away from home. Samantha and Darrin drive Mrs. Burns to the ball field. There, Marshall, in his own right, has continued to star. However, when Marshall gets into a tight spot, Darrin forbids Samantha from interfering. Marshall makes it on his own. Proud of her son, Mrs. Burns is not unhappy when Coach Gribben suggests that he visit the Burns home to give Marshall some extra coaching.
Samantha, her friends, Bertha and Mary, and her Aunt Clara, all witches, decide to change the popular conception of witches into a more flattering image. Their opportunity arises when Darrin, an ad man, is assigned to devise a trademark for a new type of Halloween candy. Mr. Brinkman, the promoter of the candy, wants the trademark to show a traditional witch. Darrin at first agrees, but when he sees how upset Samantha becomes, he decides to present a beautiful witch. Mr. Brinkman objects, but Darrin refuses to yield. Consequently, he is fired. The witches decide to practice some of their pranks on Mr. Brinkman. As a topper, they transform him into an ugly old witch. Mr. Brinkman finally admits that his idea of witches is wrong. He agrees to use a glamorous witch for his trademark. Samantha wins her point, and Darrin wins back his job.
Teenager Liza Randall interviews Darrin about his career in advertising for a school newspaper. After Darrin takes Liza to the agency on Saturday, Liza's jealous boy friend, Marvin "Monster" Grogan, visits Samantha. Monster, a football star, wants to batter Darrin. Samantha, stuffing Monster with food, explains the innocence of Darrin and Lisa's relationship, although she knows Liza is more than interested in Darrin. At the office, Liza pours drinks. Liza and Darrin are doused when Darrin tries to take the drink away from her. Darrin escapes an awkward situation when boss Larry Tate arrives with two prospective clients . Meanwhile, Monster takes a romantic interest in Samantha. Darrin and Liza arrive, reeking of liquor. Darrin accuses Samantha of playing up to Monster. Samantha taunts him about Liza. However, when Monster winds up to clout Darrin, he bruises his hands on the invisible shield Samantha has created. When Liza slaps Darrin, however, Samantha lets him get the full force of the blow. Later Samantha removes her own protective shield when Darrin tries to make up.
Darrin's workload piles sky-high when Larry Tate and his wife Louise fly to Paris to cover the fashion showings- for a client. Samantha spends most of the time alone playing solitaire. She accepts Endora's invitation to fly to Paris, without a plane, of course, for lunch. In Paris, Samantha and Endora run into the Tates. Larry is surprised, phones Darrin that Samantha and her mother are in Paris with them. Samantha returns home immediately. Darrin tells Samantha their marriage is a mistake, since he has taken her away from all the high living she seems to love. Although Samantha tries to convinces Darrin that he is wrong, she angrily leaves, and returns to Paris. Larry Tate tells Darrin Samantha is lonesome for him. Darrin decides to follow her to Paris. After several unsuccessful tries, Samantha gets on Darrin's plane, and they arrive in Paris together.
Endora tells Samantha that Victor, her father, is coming to visit. Endora warns Samantha that Victor will be furious when he learns his daughter has married a mortal. Samantha, determined to stand up to her father, gets Darrin to stay in town on the night Victor calls. Samantha tells Victor that her husband is in Washington. The conversation about Darrin proceeds nicely until Victor surmises Darrin is a mortal. Meanwhile, Darrin, who has been drinking with Larry Tate, phones Samantha and tells her he is coming home. When Darrin arrives, Victor's fury hits its peak. Although Victor admires Darrin's courage in facing up to him, he makes him disappear. Samantha, expressing her love for Darrin, pleads with Victor to bring him back. Even Endora joins in Samantha's pleas. Although he tells them it will be extremely difficult, Victor makes Darrin reappear. Before leaving, Victor joins his family in a champagne toast. Im-pressed by the rare vintage, Victor feels Darrin might be one of them after all.
When Darrin starts searching for a "Miss Jasmine" for his firm's perfume account, Endora seizes the opportunity to sew doubt in Samantha's mind about her husband's loyalty. The search for a beautiful model ends when Jannine Fleur arrives. Both Larry and Darrin agree that Jannine is "Miss Jasmine." Samantha learns that Jannine is a witch whom Endora has asked to captivate Darrin. Samantha warns Jannine to keel away from Darrin. Jannine, intrigued, keeps on with her original assignment. Darrin uses Larry Tate as his chaperone to keep him from becoming involved with Jannine. Darrin and Larry go to Jannine's apartment to discuss details of the "Miss Jasmine" campaign. Jannine doctors the drinks. Larry falls asleep and Darrin becomes amorous. Just as Darrin starts to kiss Jannine, Samantha uses her witchcraft, and Darrin appears to Jannine as a large ugly fish. When the campaign is completed, Samantha turns the picture of "Miss Jasmine" into a caricature of Jannine.
Larry and Louise Tate have been married for sixteen years and have no children. Louise asks Samantha to go with her to an obstetrician as tests have shown she is going to be a mother. Louise tells Samantha she is afraid to tell Larry since she believes he hates children. Larry, visiting his dentist at the medical center, sees Louise and Samantha enter the obstetrician's office. Thinking Samantha is going to have a baby, he tells Darrin, but cautions him not to say anything until Samantha tells him. In a reverie, Darrin visualizes his children as little witches. He comes to with a sinking feeling. Samantha invites the Tates to dinner. Both Larry and Darrin hover over Samantha, warning her not to exert herself. Louise is all but forgotten, but makes several unsuccessful attempts to tell Larry that he is to be a father. Finally, Samantha tells Larry. He is overjoyed. Although Darrin doesn't tell Samantha about his reverie, he is reassured when she tells him she hopes they have a child who looks just like him.
Samantha's friend, Gertrude, a nice, plain-looking girl expresses her envy of the happiness Samantha has found in marriage. Although Darrin tries to avoid getting mixed up in matchmaking, Samantha persuades him to bring Kermit, a handsome artist, home to dinner to meet Gertrude. Kermit falls for Gertrude. Although Samantha will mot admit it, Darrin suspects Gertrude is a witch and tries to break up her romance with Kermit. Darrin arranges a meeting at a nightspot for Kermit with Susan, a former girl friend. There, Samantha uses witchcraft to get Susan into an argument with Kermit. Susan storms out, unable to recall what has happened. When Gertrude arrives, according to Samantha's plan, Kermit proposes to her.
Darrin's parents pay their first visit to the Stephens home, Darrin's mother, Phyllis, hopes to find that his wife is a poor housekeeper. Soon after, Samantha's Aunt Clara comes down the chimney for an unexpected visit. Darrin is worried about the kind of impression Aunt Clara will make on his parents, but agrees with Samantha that they must make Aunt Clara feel welcome. Determined to help Samantha make a hit with her in-laws, Aunt Clara uses her witchcraft to whip up a feast for dinner. Thinking that Samantha has done the cooking, Phyllis becomes quite upset. Although Samantha warns him to be tactful, Darrin makes Aunt Clara feel she is not wanted. After Aunt Clara's de-parture, Samantha gets into an argument with Darrin, during which Phyllis learns Aunt Clara cooked the dinner. When Samantha admits she is not a good housekeeper, Phyllis, who felt she was being pushed aside, knows she is going to love her daughter-in-law. Darrin persuades Aunt Clare to return and the evening ends happily for all.
Seven year old Tommy, who lives in an orphanage, is happy to spend Christmas with Gladys and Abner Kravitz. Six year old Michael, also an orphan, derides Tommy's belief in Santa Claus. When Samantha and Darrin bring him home for the holidays, their efforts to get Michael to share in the festivities of the season fail. After Michael admits he would believe in Santa Claus if he really existed, Samantha takes Michael and Darrin on her broomstick to the North Pole, where Michael meets Santa Claus. Later, back at home Darrin and Michael awake. Although both feel they have dreamed the trip, Michael now believes in Santa Claus. Gladys overhears Michael tell Tommy he has met Santa Claus. When she tries to pin Tommy down, he denies that Michael had ever mentioned it. Mrs. Grange, the director of the orphanage, comes to the Stephens home with George and Sarah Johnson. At the Kravitz home, both Gladys and Abner, who are about to return Tommy to the orphanage, express their wish to have someone like Tommy permanently. When Michael leaves with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Samantha and Darrin know Michael has found two loving parents.
The members of the Hospital Fund Auxiliary appoint Samantha Entertainment Chairman for the group's bazaar. Limited to spending fifty dollars, Samantha hires Zeno, a broken down magician who has taken to drink. Because of this, his assistant, Roxie Ames, has left the act. Using her gift of magic, Samantha makes Zeno the hit of the show. As a result, Zeno gets a job on TV. Zeno pleads with Samantha to help him. Assisted by Samantha, Zeno runs through a very successful rehearsal. Just before the show goes on the air, Roxie appears and injects herself into the act. Hogging the show, Roxie kills Zeno' s act and his confidence. She admits she returned just to get a regular spot on TV herself. Samantha turns Roxie into a comic prop for Zeno. After Zeno's successful performance, Darrin tells Samantha that his client has booked Zeno for the next thirteen weeks. Darrin attempts some magic on his own. When he succeeds, he is not certain whether his skill or Samantha's is responsible.
Darrin sprains his ankle and is confined to bed with his foot in a cast. Wearying of running up and down stairs on errands for Darrin, Samantha suggests he use her power of witchcraft during the emergency. Endora warns Samantha that she is making a mistake. After his initial wishes are granted, Darrin, as Endora had predicted, becomes drunk with power. After showering Samantha with gifts, Darrin not only decides to use his power to get a larger home, but also tells Larry Tate, his boss, that he is retiring so that he and Samantha can take a trip around the world. Samantha's initial plan to stop Darrin by showering him with new luxuries fails. Then Darrin gives Samantha flowers and a wristwatch he has purchased with his own money. From Samantha's happy reaction, Darrin realizes these gifts mean more to her than all the others. Samantha happily agrees to his request that she take back his powers of witchcraft.
After arranging to meet Samantha to celebrate their six month anniversary, Darrin arrives at his office to meet Margaret Marshall, chairman of the board of a cosmetics firm. Margaret, a stunning woman in her late thirties, successful both with men and in business, insists that Darrin fly to Chicago that night to complete the quarter million dollar campaign he had planned for her company. Fumbling out of the anniversary arrangements with Samantha, Darrin flies to Chicago and meets Margaret, who has become quite interested in him, aboard her yacht. There, Darrin sees a cat and feels it may be Samantha, egged on by her mother, Endora, to fly to Chicago to check on his activities. While Darrin evades Margaret's advances, a pelican arrives on the scene. Although both Margaret and Captain Kelly feel there is something strange in Darrin's reactions to the animals, Margaret, realizing Darrin is truly in love with his wife, ac-cepts his advertising campaign. Greeted by Samantha at home, Darrin is reassured that the cat he has brought with him is not his wife. However, when the pelican arrives, Darrin is uncertain whether it might not be Endora.
After Endora promises to curb her witchery for the evening, Samantha arranges a dinner for Darrin's parents and her mother to meet. Darrin is fearful of the results. Father Stephens has just retired and feels lost and insecure. Endora, being utterly charming, as she has promised Samantha, plays up to Father. Father once more feels life is worth living, but Mother Stephens becomes jealous. Before Mother is through, she is sure Endora wants to take Father from her. She asks Darrin for the name of a divorce lawyer. Darrin and Samantha work feverishly to save the marriage. Despite their efforts, Mother takes a train to Arizona and Father boards a plane on the first step of a world trip. Samantha asks Endora's help. Using her witchcraft, Endora brings both plane and train to Angel Falls, where Father had proposed to Mother years before. In the romantic setting, both realize they are much younger than they thought.
When Darrin refuses to allow Samantha to act as matron of honor at a cousin's wedding in Egypt, Endora tells him he's in trouble. Immediately Darrin starts having problems with his campaign to get the Woolfe Brothers Department Store account. Despite Darrin's protests, Larry Tate gives him an assistant. The assistant, young Gideon Whitsett, soon maneuvers himself into being regarded as a brilliant young man. On the make, Gideon soon has Woolfe looking to him for ideas, which he has stolen from Darrin. Darrin is sure that Gideon is a warlock whom Endora has assigned to take his job. When everything else fails, Samantha decides to stop Gideon herself. Using witchcraft, Samantha gets Gideon to reveal the ruthless maneuvers he has been using to get Darrin's job. Darrin, who overhears the conversation, finally realizes Gideon is not a warlock. A right to the jaw puts Gideon out of action. His confidence restored, Darrin sells Mr. Woolfe on his idea for a successful campaign.
Darrin's agency is unable to find a model for the "Jewel of the East" campaign. Darrin hopes they'll be able to do so, if only to bolster the confidence of Wally Ames, who is sub-stituting for the company's top photographer. Samantha trans-forms the Stephens' cat into a beautiful Oriental girl named Ling Ling. Everyone flips over her and the campaign is wrapped up. Darrin invites Larry and Louise Tate and Wally to a victory celebration at his home. Wally, intrigued by Ling Ling's feline grace, brings her along. Samantha's efforts to make Ling Ling give up Wally fail. To avoid a catastrophe, Samantha is forced to tell Darrin and asks him to warn Wally off, but Wally only becomes angry with Darrin. Samantha spikes Ling Ling's drink with truth serum. Wally bows out when Ling Ling displays her true cat nature. Later, Gladys Kravitz calls her husband when she sees Ling Ling clad in a mink coat, lapping milk from a saucer. By the time Abner gets to the window, Samantha has returned Ling Ling to her original state, and Abner gives his wife a spoonful of her nerve medicine.
Endora, hoping to break up her daughter's marriage, superimposes Samantha's face on a print entitled "Maid of Salem:" the print is dated 1690. Darrin buys the print and then begins to worry about the difference between Samantha's age and his own. With Endora planting seeds of doubt at every turn, Darrin visualizes himself as a doddering old man, while Samantha retains her youthful appearance. Everyone, including Larry Tate and the doctor from whom Darrin seeks advice, fails to realize what is troubling him. Then, in a nearby park, Darrin overhears two squirrels to which Endora has given voice talk about their differences in age. Endora finally admits to Samantha that she can age along with Darrin. Samantha, after telling Darrin she never posed for the picture, tells him that her mother is to blame for their problem. She assures him that they will grow old together, but being in love will never note the difference. As insurance, Samantha uses witchcraft to make the "Maid of Salem" disappear.
The lack of a traffic signal at busy Morning Glory Circle makes it virtually impossible for the Stephens or their neighbors to cross without risking life and limb. Joe Harvey calls a meeting at his home to discuss plans for doing something about it. Darrin makes an ad for a mass rally at the school auditorium to force City Hall to put a traffic light on the corner. However, Samantha has trouble getting Endora to return the traffic signals she has collected. Endora even brings a London bobby to the Stephens' living room. The bobby, of course, has disappeared by the time Gladys Kravitz brings her husband to see him. At the rally, the Mayor tells his constituents a traffic light is unnecessary. However, using her witchcraft, Samantha has the Mayor and his limousine so tied up in a traffic jam that he is convinced a traffic signal is necessary. Endora, as a final touch, brings a modern traffic signal to the Stephens home for the victory celebration. Gladys sees it, but by the time she brings Abner, Samantha makes Endora cause it to vanish.
Samantha tells Endora she doesn't have time for a dress-fitting. Endora solves Samantha's problem by transforming herself into En-Sam, identical to Samantha. Bob Frazer, an author, falls for En-Sam and they do the town together. Meanwhile, Darrin tells Samantha to expect a visit from his friend, Bob Frazer. Gladys Kravitz, who has seen En-Sam with Bob, is sure the Stephens home is about to break up. After Bob sees Samantha and mistakes her for En-Sam, Samantha explains to Endora the trouble she is causing. Endora is convinced when she learns Bob is expected at the Stephens home. All of En-Sam's efforts to break with Bob fail. Bob is determined to have a showdown with Darrin over Samantha. Samantha tells Darrin that Bob has fallen in love with Endora. Endora, still En-Sam, arrives and Bob thinks En-Sam and Samantha are identical twins. Although Endora promises to give Bob Up, Samantha, knowing her mother, is not sure what she will do.
Samantha and Gladys Kravitz become aware of their husbands' interest in Priscilla "Pleasure" O'Riley, a beautiful model, when she buys a house next door. Pleasure is hiding from Thor "Thunderbolt" Swenson, an offensive fullback who has threatened mayhem if he sees her with another man. Darrin becomes involved in Pleasure's affairs after he helps her move in. One night, Pleasure wakes up the Stephens. Telling them that Thunderbolt has learned her new address, she pleads for Darrin's protection. Thunderbolt arrives and Samantha inadvertently gives him the impression that Darrin is Pleasure's new boyfriend. Darrin is saved from Thunderbolt's wrath when Samantha turns him into the image of his grandmother. Then, certain that Abner is the man, Thunderbolt knocks him out and is arrested. Gladys hits the headlines when the newspapers mistakenly single her out as the object of Thunderbolt's jealousy. Pleasure's lawyer gets a court order to keep Thunderbolt away. However, Pleasure accepts Thunderbolt's offer to drive her to the Mayor's office where she is to pose as "Miss Urban Renewal."
After a violent argument while he is teaching her to drive, Darrin enrolls Samantha in a driving school. Basil Koenig assigns his brother-in-law Harold, one of humanity's leading nervous wrecks, to teach Samantha. Time after time, Samantha uses witchcraft to get the dual-controlled car out of catastrophic predicaments. Harold finally breaks when he hears Endora's voice from the back seat and is unable to see her. Harold leaves Samantha, Endora, and the car and heads for a psychiatrist. Feeling responsible, Samantha takes Darrin to the school to keep Harold from losing his job. Matters get more complicated when Darrin tries to explain Endora's unseen presence. Although Koenig has already fired Harold, he rehires him when Samantha threatens to go to another driving school. After Darrin learns Samantha has cured Harold's nervousness by getting him to join a class in basket weaving, Darrin decides to join, too.
Age has played havoc with Aunt Clara's witchcraft. Unable to fly great distances any longer, she is forced to give up a trip to Miami with the other witches. Samantha invites her to stay at the Stephens' home while they are away. All of Aunt Clara's efforts to help around the house prove disastrous. To cheer her up, Samantha and Darrin take her along for an evening on the town with the Caldwells. However, when the babysitter does not arrive, Aunt Clara insists on substituting. Aunt Clara's magic tricks delight Jimmy Caldwell, age six, so much that other families clamor for her services. However Agnes Bain complains when she learns that Aunt Clara has told the children she is a witch and they believe her. Aunt Clara receives a court order restraining her from further babysitting until she reports to Judge Virgil Winner for a hearing. Winner is so impressed by Aunt Clara that he asks her to babysit with his son. Aunt Clara's booming business is cut short, however, when the Stephens send her to Florida by train to join her friends.
Inspired by a demonstration of an electric garage door, Samantha opens her garage by twitching her nose. Plagued by Gladys about this, Abner questions Darrin. To cover up, Darrin foregoes new fishing gear and buys a remote control for the garage. When radio signals from passing planes operate the door at random, Samantha asks Darrin to return the device and use the money for fishing gear. Darrin refuses to believe Samantha and she swears never to use magic again. Later, Samantha and Darrin are trapped when a plane signal docks the garage. While Samantha stands by her vow, refusing Darrin's request to open the door, a plane flies overhead. Darrin and Samantha quarrel when he accuses her of using magic again, but when the door flies open, Gladys and Abner see Samantha and Darrin embracing. Although Darrin is finally convinced, he has trouble explaining matters to the Kravitzes. Abner and Gladys buy a remote control, too. While demonstrating it, Gladys plows right through her garage door.
Gladys Kravitz catches Samantha twitching her nose to rearrange pictures on a wall. To keep Gladys from spreading the news, Samantha convinces her that she has extrasensory perception. Gladys starts using her supposed powers on Abner. Everything goes wrong, especially when she tries to make the rain stop. Samantha tells Gladys that supernatural powers can come and go and that Gladys' have probably gone forever. Later, when Gladys makes a scene in a supermarket, claiming the place is in grave danger, Samantha proposes a séance, hoping to scare the daylights out of Gladys. During the séance, Samantha produces an apparition which looks like a relative of Gladys', and Abner becomes frightened. Gladys tells her husband to "dry up" and Samantha changes him into a pile of ashes. When Samantha directs Gladys to swear off magic forever to get Abner back, she does so. Later, Gladys gets the same idea as Abner about going to a movie, and feels that possibly she still has the power.
Darrin lends a helping hand to D. D. (Danger) O'Riley, a beautiful nineteen-year-old neighbor. As Darrin spends more and more time with D.D., Samantha turns to solitaire. Endora sees a chance to break up the Stephens marriage. She takes George, a warlock, from his harem and persuades him to romance Samantha. Learning George's purpose, Samantha declares she is perfectly happy married to Darrin. Undaunted, George, in the form of a raven, flies to Darrin's office, where Darrin and Larry Tate are working on a campaign for an electric typewriter. George flies into the room and begins to type on the new machine. Darrin and Larry feel the raven is the perfect image for a series of T.V. commercials. When Samantha tells Darrin who George really is, George materializes into human form and gets mixed up for awhile with D.D. Endora is miffed. When realizing that his witchcraft is powerless against the love Samantha and Darrin have for each other, George returns to his harem.
To keep from getting in a rut, the Stephens reserve a suite at the President Hotel for a night. Samantha arrives at the hotel wearing a wig. Larry sees Darrin embracing a beautiful brunette in the lobby. Using her own unique form of travel, Samantha, leaves the hotel and returns home to pick up a book for Darrin. Larry sees her there and goes to the hotel. When Darrin tries to convince Larry that Samantha is the "other woman" in the next room, Larry announces he saw Samantha at home. Later, when Louise Tate points to Darrin as an exemplary husband, Larry tells her what he saw at the hotel. Louise gets so involved trying to mend the rift in the Stephens home that Larry comes to believe she was the woman in the hotel with Darrin. Larry bops Darrin in the eye before the matter is fully resolved. However, Darrin's explanation that Samantha made the trip between home and the hotel in such a short time because she knows a shortcut leaves Larry wavering between belief and perplexity.
After an argument, Gladys Kravitz locks her husband out of their home. The Stephens invite Abner to spend the night at their place. Later, when it appears that Abner, using all his privileges as a guest, is more than satisfied with the arrangements and is making no effort to return to his own home, Darrin demands that Samantha take action. Not only is Samantha unsuccessful in all her attempts to effect a reconciliation, but she learns that Gladys wants a divorce. When all else fails, Samantha gets the idea of using sleep therapy to reunite the Kravitzes. Feeling that one of the happiest days of her life is the day a man proposes marriage, and a woman accepts him, Samantha projects Gladys and Abner in their dreams back to that day. Then she awakens them and each begins looking for the other. Later, as Samantha and Darrin look forward to spending an evening at home alone, the Kravitzes arrive to celebrate their reunion.
As Darrin naps in the living room, Endora points out some of the unfortunate details of his face. Samantha at first protests when her mother, using witchcraft, changes Darrin's looks but then adds some touches of her own. Awakening, Darrin demands an explanation. Samantha can't explain why she and Endora were changing his features, and Darrin begins to worry. As the obsession grows, Samantha decides to build up her husband's ego. Changing her own personality, Samantha becomes a French sculptress, Michelle. She tells Darrin his face exudes the masculine appeal she has always tried to find in a model. Darrin turns down Michelle's request that he pose for her, suspecting that she is Samantha. A substitute secretary, Barbara Lucas, appears at the office and Darrin, thinking it is another of Samantha's tricks, makes a play for her, just as Samantha walks in. Her jealous reaction convinces Darrin that Samantha really loves him. Darrin explains be thought she was posing as Barbara, but leaves Samantha with an uncertain feeling.
Darrin finds Samantha addressing a group of neighbors, including Abner and Gladys Kravitz, on behalf of Ed Wright's candidacy for councilman. Listening to Wright denouncing the incumbent, John C. Cavanaugh, for dipping into city funds, Darrin takes up Wright's cause. At Darrin's suggestion, Wright challenges Cavanaugh to a television debate on all issues, particularly the new drainage project. Before the debate, the government orders an investigation of the project. However, during the debate, Mr. Sedgwick of the governor's staff praises the project. While Darrin berates Samantha for dragging him into politics, a water main bursts. Although Wright's victory is assured, Darrin holds Samantha responsible for the flood. However, Endora tells Darrin she caused the flood to stop Darrin from blaming Samantha for involving him in politics. When Darrin says he'd give anything to have Cavanaugh in the palm of his hand, Endora obliges him.
Samantha and Endora discover the culinary delights of Mario's restaurant. Mario tells them he is going broke because he refuses to sell pizza. Samantha learns that Darrin's agency has a new client, Linton Baldwin, the owner of a large chain of pizza parlors. When Samantha uses witchcraft to get a huge newspaper ad for Mario, and Endora inserts a plug for him on Baldwin's TV program, Baldwin tells Larry Tate he is cancelling his account and signing with the agency handling Mario's restaurant. Realizing Darrin's career is in jeopardy, Samantha persuades Endora to help save the Baldwin account for Darrin. They lay out a spectacular advertising campaign for Baldwin and give the credit to Darrin's agency. Not only does Baldwin ask Darrin's agency to keep his account, but Mario's restaurant becomes a great success.
Almost as determined as Endora to break up Samantha's marriage to a mere mortal, Samantha's cousin Edgar, an elf, begins playing pranks on Darrin. Darrin's agency has been trying to hold onto the Shelley Shoe account. Edgar, invisible to all, plagues Darrin in his office. Darrin is sure Endora is working on him again, and has difficulty persuading Larry Tate to let him present the new campaign to Mr. Shelley. At the sales meeting, Fred Schulwiler, as unscrupulous competitor, almost gets the account when he makes it appear that Darrin is trying to make Mr. Shelley look ridiculous. When Samantha convinces Edgar that she is very happy with Darrin, he switches his attentions to Schulwiler. Before Edgar is through, Schulwiler has lost all chance of landing the Shelley account. Darrin, coming up with an advertising campaign featuring an elf not unlike Edgar, ties up the account for his firm.
Samantha's Aunt Clara arrives on the Stephens' first anniversary with presents for Samantha and Darrin. Casting a spell to adjust a checkered cap she has given Darrin, Aunt Clara uses the wrong words and turns Darrin into a chimpanzee. Unable to remember how to remove the spell, Aunt Clara goes home to look for the formula.
Learning that he is about to become a father, Darrin waits on Samantha hand and foot. Then Larry Tate convinces him that all women would make a career out of having a baby if you allowed them to. He gives Darrin a book on the subject which states that the more active the mother, the happier she will be, and the healthier the child. Darrin returns home completely convinced. Endora is infuriated when she hears Darrin ordering Samantha to do chores around the house.
When strange things begin happening to Adam Newlarkin, a friend of Darrin's, Aunt Clara tells Samantha he has inherited the spell placed by a witch on his ancestor who was a judge in Salem two hundred years before. Aunt Clara adds that unless Adam follows the antidote for the spell strictly, he will be branded a thief. The Stephens learn that Adam has been hired by a local bank. Samantha and Darrin manage to get Adam to kiss a dog, the first step. With Aunt Clara's help, Darrin dunks Adam in a pool three times. They have trouble persuading him to ride through town shouting praise of witches, which is the final step.
Phoning from London, the Tates inform the Stephens that their governess has been taken ill. They ask Darrin and Samantha to care for the child until they return. Gladys Kravitz sees them leaving the house and returning with a baby. Assuming the Stephens' baby has arrived, Gladys congratulates Maurice, Samantha's father, on the birth of his grandson. Maurice is shocked to find the baby is not being taught witchcraft. He flies away with the child to the Warlock?s Club in London.
Samantha arranges a meeting between Darrin and her mother which she hopes will settle their differences. A series of minor accidents sets Darrin and Endora accusing each other of being practical pokers. Realizing someone else is responsible, Samantha uncovers a serving dish and reveals her Uncle Arthur, who dotes on practical jokes. Infuriated by Darrin's uproarious appreciation of Uncle Arthur, Endora plants a Beatles hairdo on Darrin.
While Howard Norton shows the Stephens a black Peruvian rose, Samantha tells Darrin she feels ill and has lost her witchcraft. The doctor tells Samantha that her health is perfect. Gladys sees the doctor's car and brings some chicken soup. When square green spots appear on Samantha's face, Abner is sure the chicken soup is responsible. Aunt Clara arrives and lists the ingredients for a remedy.
Despite Endora's demand that Samantha accompany her to a witches celebration of Halloween, Darrin insists that his wife stay at home to entertain Louise and Larry Tate, Jack Rogers, a client, and his wife, Phyllis. Disguising herself as a child in a gypsy costume, Endora hexes Darrin with a spell that will gradually turn him into a werewolf. When Samantha demands that her mother remove the spell, Endora tells her she can't remember the words.
Larry Tate invites Samantha and Darrin to a buffet for prospective client Charles Barlow. When they complain about the condition of their clothes, Aunt Clara uses magic to produce a dress for Samantha and a new suit for Darrin, who invites her along to the affair. Once there, Aunt Clara removes a fire hydrant so Darrin can park. At the party, Samantha?s dress begins to vanish and Aunt Clara's other magical efforts begin to disintegrate.
Dr. Passmore, psychiatrist at a rest home, tells Samantha his patients would like to do something to mark the Centennial of the End of the War Between the States. Samantha tells him Darrin will publicize the affair. Annoyed, Darrin tells Passmore Samantha will write a script for the pageant. Darrin criticizes Samantha's wooden characters. Taking Endora's advice, Samantha uses magic to bring her characters to life, so she can describe them. Soon Confederate Captain Corcoran, Violet, a beautiful Yankee, and an Indian, added for a neutral touch, are wandering around the Stephens' home.
Darrin is struggling to create an advertising campaign for a toy ship model manufactured by Mr. Herding. When Samantha wonders whether the Stephens ' baby will look like his father, Endora turns Darrin into an eight-year-old. Returned to normal, Darrin goes to his office. Samantha repeats a disparaging remark Darrin made about Endora. Piqued, Endora turns Darrin into a boy at his office. Mr. Harding sees Darrin and compli-ments Larry on hiring a child to devise a campaign for a toy.
Aunt Clara tells Samantha and Endora she is hiding from warlock Hedley Partridge, because she fears her old beau will discover her magic no longer works. Seeing in Hedley a husband for Aunt Clara, who has become a problem, Endora invites him to the Stephens home. Samantha decides to make sure Aunt Clara's tricks work. Unaware of this, Aunt Clara is sure her gift is returned when she matches all of Hedley's tricks. When Samantha goes out of the room, Aunt Clara tries to follow Hedley's ro-mantic suggestion that they turn themselves into nightingales, but Hedley becomes an animal, while Aunt Clara's lower half disappears.
Walter and Margaret Brocken ask Samantha to keep their son Merle, a ten year old warlock, while they attend a witches con-vention. When Merle agrees not to do any magic before Darrin, Samantha invites him to stay. Meanwhile, Larry Tate asks Darrin to keep an expensive necklace, a birthday present for. his wife, at the Stephens home. Darrin goes to Merle's room, where the young warlock has turned a hairbrush into a model fire engine, which flashes with electric shocks when Darrin touches it. Darrin shouts with pain until Merle turns off the current. Samantha is now forced to disclose that Merle is a warlock.
Darrin tells Endora he is sure Larry Tate wouldn't let him attend a wedding out of town with Samantha. Darrin is annoyed when Endora suggests changing Larry into an inanimate object. Later, after getting Larry's permission to take Samantha and Darrin to the wedding, Endora learns that Larry has been unable to find a teddy bear for his son, and brings one to his office. When Darrin, who is working up a campaign to sell honey for Mr. Harper, sees the toy, he is sure it is Larry.
Endora tells Samantha there would be instant chaos if human beings, including Darrin, were to tell the truth and later on, delivers a statuette to Darrin's office. Everyone coming within its range, except Samantha, is forced to tell the truth. The statuette causes several eruptions between Darrin, his secretary and Larry Tate. Things really break wide open at the Stephens home when Louise and Larry Tate arrive with agency client, Ed Hotchkiss and his wife, Frances.

Bewitched: The Complete Series Comments & Critics

Bewitched: The Complete Series Reviews

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- SD?1 star

2020 and we’re still releasing in SD? I’ll amend when I see an HD release.

- The dates are all wrong4 star

The show is good clean fun. Pure escapism and quirky characters with a fantasy touch

- Great Show...5 star

...please fix the date info on the first season..., I don’t think the first episode aired in 1996...

- Awesome Show!5 star

Lighthearted and funny. Favorite show growing up. Even named one of my girls Samantha. ❤️

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Bewitched: The Complete Series Images & Pictures

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Bewitched: The Complete Series Posters


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