FIFTH SEASON (1968-1969)

141. "SAMANTHA'S WEDDING PRESENT" (9-26-68)

CAST
Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Abner - George Tobias
Gladys - Sandra Gould
Frank O'Hara - Dick Wilson
Trash Collector - Jack Griffin
Ass't. Trash Collector - Art Metrano

DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

While giving Samantha a belated wedding present, Endora decides to make peace with Darrin. However, she becomes furious when he forbids her to use witchcraft around his home. Darrin refuses to apologize and Endora storms out, muttering threats. The next day at the office, Darrin starts shrinking and rushes home while he can still reach the pedals of his car. Gladys Kravitz, who has acquired a huge dog, reacts when she sees Darrin, who has continued to shrink, walking by. When Gladys' dog comes into the house Darrin takes refuge in a cup and then in a liquor bottle. The dog sits down to wait.

Unable to find Darrin, Samantha is terrified that the dog has eaten him. The bottle is tossed into the trash and carted off to the dump. Samantha finally makes Endora appear but neither can find Darrin. Meanwhile a drunk finds the liquor bottle and decides Darrin is a leprechaun. He agrees to free him if he grants three wishes, or crush him if he doesn't. Darrin persuades the drunk to take him home where Samantha twitches up the wishes: now specs, new clothes and a Shetland pony. Back to normal, Darrin exchanges formal apologies with his mother-in-law.

LOG LINE
After a spat with Endora, Darrin finds himself shrinking.

Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



142. "SAMANTHA GOES SOUTH FOR A SPELL" (10-3-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Malcolm - Clarke Gordon
Brunhilde - Barbara Morrison
ISABELL SANFORD as Aunt Jenny
JACK CASSIDY as Rance Butler

SYNOPSIS
Samantha's cousin, Serena, turns Malcolm, a warlock into a mynah bird because he made a play for her, concealing the fact that he was married. Brunhilde, Malcolm's wife thinks Samantha is the "other woman," and sends her back to the town of Old New Orleans of 1868. There Aunt Jenny finds her wandering around, not knowing who she is. She takes her to the home of her handsome young master, Rance. Serena tells Darrin that if he can reach Samantha and kiss her, she will return with him to the present. Warning that Samantha won't recognize him, Serena sends Darrin to find Samantha.

Rance falls in love with Samantha and begs her to marry him. However, she refuses because she doesn't know who she is. Darrin finally locates Samantha, but she doesn't know him and won't allow him to kiss her. Rance throws him out, threatening to horsewhip him if he returns. After a few bumps and bruises, Darrin manages to climb the trellis to Samantha's room. Rance finds him and challenges him to a duel. His saber rips Darrin's sleeve. Samantha thinks he's wounded and kisses him, remembering everything. Back home, Darrin thinks it was all a dream until he feels a bruise. Realizing the duel was real, he faints.

LOG LINE
A jealous witch sends Samantha back to Old New Orleans.

Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



143. "SAMANTHA ON THE KEYBOARD" (10-10-68)

NOTE: This is the episode which marks the end of the spelling of Tabatha with an "a" and begins the spelling of Tabitha with an "i" in the closing credits.

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Maestro Ferranini - Fritz Feld
Mr. Williams - Arthur Adams
Mathew - Gerald Edwards
JONATHAN HARRIS as Monroe

SYNOPSIS

Endora buys Tabitha a toy piano and uses witchcraft to make her play like a virtuoso. When Darrin disapproves, Samantha accepts his challenge to learn the piano without witchcraft, taking lessons from Johann Sebastian Monroe. He hears Tabitha playing, with Endora's help, and acclaims her a child prodigy. However, Samantha and Darrin declare the want Tabitha to have a normal childhood and reject a musical career for her. To take Monroe's mind off Tabitha, Samantha resolves to find a talented pupil for him. She follows the vibrations of distant music to a high school, and finds young Mathew Williams, the janitor's son, playing Liszt.

Monroe brings Maestro Alfredo Ferranini, world famous conductor, to hear Tabitha. The Maestro is furious when Tabitha, without benefit of witchcraft, produces only random thumpings. Samantha reveals they deliberately discouraged him for Tabitha's sake, but have a real child prodigy for him. The Maestro and Monroe take over Mathew's career. Darrin praises Samantha for playing a song without witchcraft. When Tabitha expertly plays a small violin, Darrin is astonished, but Samantha scolds Endora.

LOG LINE
Discord fills the Stephens home when Endora makes Tabitha sound like a musical genius.

Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



144. "DARRIN GONE! AND FORGOTTEN?" (10-17-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
STEVE FRANKEN as Juke
MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE as Carlotta

Darrin vanishes and Samantha holds Endora responsible. Then Carlotta, a witch, reveals that eons before, Endora promised Samantha to her son Juke. Samantha protests that she's already married to Darrin. Carlotta replies he's only a mortal and doesn't count. She turns on the TV to show Darrin running from the roar of wild beasts. Carlotta explains there are no beasts but Darrin will be running forever if Samantha doesn't marry Juke. Samantha is forced to agree because Endora is powerless against Carlotta. Juke, a hag-ridden warlock in a little boy suit, confesses he doesn't want to marry Samantha, but is afraid of his mother. Samantha encourages him to stand up for himself but he can't.

Samantha tells Carlotta she will marry Juke because mortal marriage was a strain. Juke follows Samantha's instructions to defy Carlotta, and a tug of war ensues over him. Samantha criticizes Juke's clothes and zaps him into a hippie outfit. Furious, Carlotta zaps back the prep suit. Samantha zaps back Juke's hippie outfit and adds long hair. When Juke sides with Samantha, Carlotta calls off the wedding but Samantha and Juke insist on it. Capitulating, Carlotta agrees to let Juke lead his own life and pops Darrin back home, unaware of all that happened. Later Endora brings a letter from Juke , announcing his marriage and inviting Samantha to visit, if his wife consents.

LOG LINE
Menacing Darrin, a witch insists that Samantha must marry her son.

Written by: Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



145. "IT'S SO NICE TO HAVE A SPOUSE AROUND THE HOUSE" (10-24-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Madame Wageir - Fifi D'Orsay
Drunk - Dick Wilson
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

Endora tells Samantha that as Queen of the Witches, she is to preside over a council meeting that day. Samantha refuses but changes her mind when Darrin is briefly turned into a statue. Unaware of the event, Darrin won't allow Samantha to carry out her royal duties. Desperate, Samantha summons her look-alike cousin, Serena, as her stand-in. Serena and Endora panic when Tabitha recognizes Serena. To prevent her from telling her father, Endora takes Tabitha to the zoo. Angry, Darrin goes to a bar and has a strange conversation with a drunk.

Larry advises Darrin to take Samantha for a second honeymoon. At home, Darrin apologizes and takes Serena for a drive. She is alarmed by Darrin's affectionate advances and panics when he arranged a weekend at Moonthatch Inn, where the Stephens spent their honeymoon. Although Madame Wageir arranges everything as it was, Serena's coolness convinces Darrin his wife is still angry. Samantha worries when she learns where Serena and Darrin were. Light dawns when Tabitha mentions that Serena was there that morning. Darrin's reminiscences about the day make Samantha miserable until a question about the meeting makes her realize be knows what happened. Then he suggests they go back to Moonthatch Inn together.

LOG LINE
Darrin takes Samantha for a second honeymoon, unaware that Serena is a stand-in for his wife.

Written by: Barbara Avedon
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



146. " MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL" (11-7-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Louise - Kasey Rogers
Mrs. Hascomb - Sara Seegar
HERBERT VOLAND as Mr. Hascomb
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

After Samantha argues that Darrin is not vain, Endora zaps and he becomes the most self-centered man in the world. Dickering for the conservative Hascomb account, Larry assures its president that Darrin respects all the old virtues. Darrin arrives wearing love beads and Hascomb starts to leave. Larry persuades him to delay his final decision. Darrin won't believe that he's under Endora's spell. Entranced by his own reflection, Darrin falls into a pool at a cocktail meeting with Hascomb. Dressing for dinner at Larry's, Darrin is angry when Samantha twitches up a dress to match his dazzling outfit, but is placated by his own mirrored reflection in her sequined dress.

Larry tries to keep Darrin and Samantha out but they push past him. Hascomb refuses to put his company's image in the hands of a middle-aged hippie. However, Mrs. Hascomb, intrigued by the Stephens outfits, is won over by Samantha's argument that the company should go after the younger market. Larry is impressed by Samantha's explanation that the Stephens adopted mod garb to convince Hascomb. Even after Endora removes the spell, Larry insists that Darrin continue, since the agency sold many new clients because of its handling of the Hascomb account.

LOG LINE
Endora casts a spell and Darrin falls in love with his own image.

Written by: Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



147. "SAMANTHA'S FRENCH PASTRY" (11-4-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Louise - Kasey Rogers
H. L. Bradley - J. Edward McKinley
Boom Man - Dort Clark
HENRY GIBSON as Napoleon
PAUL LYNDE as Uncle Arthur
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

Expecting the Tates for dinner, Samantha bakes a cake but her Uncle Arthur ruins it by popping up in the oven. He tries to produce a napoleon for dessert. Instead, his magic goes awry and the Emperor himself appears. Uncle Arthur can't reverse the spell and Napoleon agrees to pose as Samantha's Cousin Henri from Paris. Napoleon is attracted to Louise and she responds to his continental manners. Larry, realizing that "Cousin Henri" resembles Napoleon, asks him to appear in a TV commercial. Hearing it will make him world famous Napoleon sees it as a second chance against England. He silences Samantha's protests by threatening to expose her as a witch.

Uncle Arthur pops up at the TV studio, making a TV technician swear off liquor. Napoleon, nervous, muffs the commercial and Mr. Bradley, the sponsor, feels he's wrong for the part. When Napoleon insists he's the Emperor, Bradley thinks everybody needs a psychiatrist. He threatens to take his account elsewhere and Larry holds Darrin responsible. At home, defeated again, Napoleon wants to leave but Uncle Arthur can't reverse the spell. Then Samantha accidentally utters the right words and the Emperor disappears in a puff of smoke. Later, Mr. Bradley approves Darrin's new commercial. Then Uncle Arthur pops up in the oven again.

LOG LINE
Uncle Arthur tries to produce some French pastry but gets the real Napoleon instead.

Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



148. "IS IT MAGIC OR IMAGINATION" (11-21-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Man In Bar - Dick Wilson
MABEL ALBERTSON as Mrs. Stephens
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

Claiming that Darrin and Samantha never go anywhere, Mrs. Stephens suggests that Samantha enter a slogan contest run by a diaper company, with first prize being a trip to Tahiti for two. Meanwhile, Darrin works on new layouts for Barton Industries. Then Larry reports that the company, a diversified operation, has plans to use Samantha's slogan for its diaper division. Larry angrily tells Darrin to stay in Tahiti when he gets there. Darrin and Samantha quarrel when he insists she used witchcraft, not imagination, to come up with the winning slogan. Darrin explodes when Larry asks Samantha to head a new slogan department, to help gain another Barton account.

Samantha finds Darrin brooding over the wreckage of his career and his marriage, at his favorite bar. Hoping to set everything straight, she leaves with Darrin's portfolio. Then Barton reports that a computer analyzer turned down Samantha's slogan. He adds it was great timing to have Darrin's layouts on his desk, since they received the highest acceptance average of any Barton ad. When Darrin complains about his mother, Samantha presents the Tahiti trip to her in-laws.

LOG LINE
Darrin accuses Samantha of using witchcraft to win a slogan contest.

Written by: Arthur Julian
Directed by: Luther James
Produced by: William Asher



149. "SAMANTHA FIGHTS CITY HALL" (11-29-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York

Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Diane Murphy
Surveyor - Vic Tayback
Mrs. Gurney - Dodo Denney
Mrs. Bentley - Barbara Perry
Bulldozer Driver #1 - Art Metrano
Bulldozer Driver-#2 - Jeff Burton
photographer - Garland Thompson
Statue - Robert Terry
Boy - Teddy Quinn
ARCH JOHNSON as Harlan Mossler
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

Samantha finds that a neighborhood playground, leased to the city for $1 a year, is to be razed for a supermarket. Darrin encourages Samantha to organize a protest. When a bulldozer bears down on the mothers and children, Samantha twitches the vehicle and its driver out of action. Harlan Mossler, grandson of the park's donor, plans to jail the women if they interfere again. At the office, Larry Tate congratulates Darrin on a supermarket presentation. Shocked to learn Mossler owns the park land, Darrin tries to talk Samantha out of further protests. Larry confronts Darrin with newspaper headlines and assures Mossler that Darrin will order Samantha to back down. However, Darrin takes Samantha's side and rushes to give her moral support.

After Mossler declares Darrin's job is at stake, Samantha decides to withdraw. However, Darrin insists she keep up the fight, even after Larry fires him. Inquiring what Col. Mossler would do, if he knew the park was being closed, Samantha twitches his statue to life. Col. Mossler orders his grandson to put the shopping center somewhere else. Shaken, Harlan rededicates the park to the children and gives Darrin all the Mossler advertising accounts. Samantha herself is confused when the statue breaks into a wide smile.

LOG LINE
Samantha fights to save a neighborhood park for the children.

Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



150. "SAMANTHA LOSES HER VOICE" (12-5-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Louise - Kasey Rogers
PAUL LYNDE as Uncle Arthur
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

After Uncle Arthur arrives with a puppy for Tabitha, Louise Tate appears, announcing she has broken up her marriage because Larry didn't pick her for his volley ball team. She goes upstairs to rest and Uncle Arthur asks if the Stephens will keep the puppy. When Samantha replies she can't speak for Darrin, Uncle Arthur, as a prank, switches her voice with Darrin's, and then finds he can't reverse the spell. Samantha and Darrin are frantic, trying to keep Louise, and Larry, who has come to the house, from discovering what happened. Feeling that Darrin is making fun of him, Larry angrily fires him.

Uncle Arthur returns Darrin's voice, but finds he himself has switched with Samantha. The confusion makes Louise think everyone is against her. Uncle Arthur switches back the voices, but after he leaves, they switch again. By this time, the Tates have made up, but are not speaking to the Stephens. Uncle Arthur tries another spell, which makes Darrin's hand stick to Samantha's. Uncle Arthur finally frees them, but declares Darrin has no sense of humor and conjures up a bag of 1000 cents. He leaves and the bag breaks, scattering coins all over the kitchen.

LOG LINE
As a joke, Uncle Arthur switches Samantha's and Darrin's voices.

Written by: Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



151. "I DON'T WANT TO BE A TOAD, I WANT TO BE A BUTTERFLY" (12-12-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Amy - Maralee Foster
MAUDIE PRICKETT as Mrs. Burch
Mrs. Taylor - Lola Fisher
Man in Yard - Art Metrano
Saleslady - Jean Gillespie
Harve - Paul Sorensen
Benny - Karl Lukas
MABEL ALBERTSON as Mrs. Stephens

SYNOPSIS

Darrin's mother insists on paying Tabitha's tuition at a nursery school. Worried about Tabitha's witchcraft, Samantha plans to spend the first day with her. Mrs. Burch, director of the school, won't let Samantha stay and Mrs. Stephens takes her shopping. Before leaving, Samantha warns Tabitha against witchcraft. At a dress shop, Samantha goes into a dressing room and pops out to check on Tabitha. The saleslady is surprised to find the room empty and even more surprised when Samantha pops back. Playing a nature game, Mrs. Burch tells Little Amy Taylor to be a toad. Amy sobs she wants to be a butterfly and Tabitha grants her wish. Amy flies out of the window.

Samantha finds Mrs. Burch upset by Amy's disappearance. When she learns what happened, Samantha chases the butterfly into a tree and then onto the 19th floor of a building under construction. Startling the workmen by appearing with a butterfly net, Samantha takes the butterfly back to school and Tabitha changes her back. Hearing Amy's story, Mrs. Taylor thinks its just vivid imagination. Mrs. Stephens wonders why she didn't see Samantha leave the shop. Reporting on Tabitha's first day, Samantha tells Darrin that Mrs. Burch has closed the school to avoid a nervous breakdown.

LOG LINE
At nursery school, Tabitha grants a friend's wish to be a butterfly.

Written by: Doug Tibbles
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



152. "WEEP NO MORE MY WILLOW" (12-19-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Abner - George Tobias
Gladys - Sandra Gould
Lumberjack - Paul Sorensen
Elaine Hanson - Sharon Vaughn
Mr. Stewart - Vincent Perry
Secretary - Jean Blake
BERNARD FOX as Dr. Bombay

SYNOPSIS

Gladys Kravitz gets the neighbors to petition for the removal of the willow tree Darrin gave Samantha when Tabitha was born. Samantha summons Dr. Bombay, the witches' physician. He chants a spell to restore the ailing tree and make it weep with every breeze. The incantation goes awry and instead Samantha weeps. Gladys sees Darrin getting into his car with Elaine Hanson, an attractive new neighbor, and is sure the Stephens' marriage is breaking up. She phones Darrin at the office over her husband's objections. Larry Tate overhears and concludes that Darrin is at fault, especially when he rushes home.

After much weeping, Dr. Bombay answers Samantha's call and reverses the spell, Darrin arrives to find Samantha and Larry laughing hysterically. Larry leaves and Darrin joins in Samantha's contagious laughter. Gladys is proud to have saved the Stephens' marriage. Samantha calls Dr. Bombay again and the lumberjack coming to chop down the tree, finds it flourishing.

LOG LINE
Samantha weeps when a spell to save an ailing tree goes wrong.

Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



153. "INSTANT COURTESY" (12-26-68)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Louise - Kasey Rogers
Miss Wilson - Jill Foster
Miss Springer - Sharon Vaughn
Frank - Larry Barton
HERBERT VOLAND as Mr. Traynor
MALA POWERS as Adrienne Sebastian
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

Feeling Darrin has been rude to her, Endora resolves to teach him a lesson. She casts a spell, making him a perfect gentleman. Darrin's sudden gallantry at the office arouses everyone's suspicions. Mrs. Sebastian, a leading cosmetics manufacturer, is won over by Darrin's flattery, but Traynor, her advertising manager is unmoved. As they argue, Darrin annoys Traynor by helping Miss Springer change a typewriter ribbon. Feeling they've lost the account, Larry advises Darrin to take a vacation for a year or two.

At home, struck by Darrin's behavior, Samantha suddenly knows her mother is responsible. Mrs. Sebastian, who enjoyed being treated like a lady, instead of a business woman, offers to set Darrin up in his own agency. Samantha zaps Larry into admitting he was wrong to fire Darrin. Bored with the whole thing by now, Endora removes her spell. Larry apologizes but Darrin feels its just to save the account. Mrs. Sebastian too feels it is just a selling trick. She withdraws her offer but Samantha zaps her into changing her mind again. Larry leaves to celebrate their success. Alone with Samantha, Darrin can't admit that they owe it all to Endora.

LOG LINE
Endora teaches Darrin a lesson by turning him into a perfect gentleman.

Written by: Arthur Alsberg
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Produced by: William Asher



154. "SAMANTHA'S SUPER MAID" (1-2-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy

NELLIE BURT as Amelia
VIRGINIA GREGG as Leslie Otis
NORA MARLOWE as Mrs. Harper
MABEL ALBERTSON as Mrs. Stephens

SYNOPSIS

Feeling that Samantha needs time to cultivate people who might help Darrin's career, Mrs. Stephens persuades her reluctant daughter-in-law to hire a maid. The first applicant turns down the job when she learns about Tabitha, but Amelia, plump and sweet, can't be put off, even with Samantha's description of her demands. Darrin and Samantha know it's dangerous to have a maid, with all the witchcraft - including Tabitha's - going on. However, Amelia is so devoted that neither can fire her. While Amelia is out, Samantha confides her problem to Endora, who whips up a violent storm, spreading chaos throughout the house. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens arrive with the very social Mrs. Otis.

Samantha declares that Amelia loves challenges and will set things right in no time. When Mrs. Otis gets a glint in her eye, Samantha adds that Amelia is a marvelous cook, and uses witchcraft to make everything perfect. Mrs. Otis tries to lure Amelia away but she refuses, insisting she's never been so happy. However, when Amelia reveals she's putting her son through college, Mrs. Otis doubles her salary offer. Before Amelia can refuse, Samantha zaps her into accepting the job with Mrs. Otis, and smiles with satisfaction.

LOG LINE
To please Darrin's mother, Samantha reluctantly hires a maid.

Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick and Douglas Dick
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Produced by: William Asher



155. "SERENA STRIKES AGAIN" - PART I (1-9-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
KASEY ROGERS as Louise
NANCY KOVACK as Clio Vanita
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

Samantha and Darrin ask Cousin Serena, a witch who barges in at awkward moments, to stay away from a dinner for the Tates and a client, Clio Vanita. Clio plays up to Darrin, tossing off Italian phrases and putting Samantha down. She rejects Darrin's advertising slogan, but continues to pursue him. When Darrin fends her off Clio threatens to take her account over to another agency, but still tries to lure him to Rome. Serena, invisible, feels Clio is trying to make a monkey out of Samantha and decides to turn Clio into a monkey instead.

Still affectionate, Clio clings to Darrin. Samantha refuses to have the animal in their bedroom. Darrin is horrified to learn the monkey is Clio. He orders Serena to change her back and leave the house. Serena leaves, but Clio is still a monkey. Darrin worries about the consequences if Clio doesn't show up for a meeting at the office. Samantha takes the chattering monkey to the patio for the night, muttering a few choice Italian phrases of her own.

LOG LINE

A predatory client makes a play for Darrin and Samantha's cousin Serena turns her into a monkey.

Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher
Exec. Producer: Harry Ackerman



156. "COUSIN SERENA STRIKES AGAIN" - PART II (1-16-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Pet Shop Owner - Bryan O'Byrne
Woman - Bobo Lewis
Boy - Ezekial Williams
Woman in Window - Kathryn Harrow

NANCY KOVACK as Vanita
CLIFF NORTON as Scibetta
RICHARD X. SLATTERY as Cop
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

Darrin finds that his dream that Cousin Serena turned Clio Vanita, an important client, into a monkey is true. Clio is to sign a new contract at 11 a.m. if she approves Darrin's slogan. Samantha assures him that Clio won't remember anything that happened. Serena returns but the monkey escapes. Samantha's search leads from a small boy to his mother, to the pet shop where she sold the monkey, to Joe, an organ grinder, who won't part with it. A cop thinks that Joe stole the monkey and grabs it, but drops it when it bites him. In the chase that follows, Samantha recaptures the monkey by magic, and takes it into a Ladies Room.

The cop is mystified when Samantha emerges with Clio and Serena, but no monkey. Samantha takes Clio to Larry's office where the organ grinder arrives with another monkey. Samantha announces that Darrin's slogan is "Don't monkey with anything but the best. Drink Vino Vanita." Clio loves it and signs the contract. Later, Darrin finds Serena entertaining Tabitha by bringing nursery rhymes to life. When he orders her out, Serena gestures and Darrin sprouts an enormous nose. Serena pops out and Samantha tells Darrin he'll have that nose until Serena cools off again.

LOG LINE
Darrin is frantic because a half-million dollar client has been turned into a monkey.

Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher
Exec. Producer: Harry Ackerman



157. "ONE TOUCH OF MIDAS" (1-23-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Prof. Mac Allister - Cliff Norton
Miss Dobrin - Meg Wyllie
Miss Wilson - Jill Foster
Moving Man #1 - Ed McCready
TV Man - Jerry Rose
Barber - Cosmo Sardo
Moving Man #2 - Bob Barr
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

Darrin plans to take Samantha out to dinner for their anniversary. Endora pops in to babysit with Tabitha. She sees a dress Samantha is making for Tabitha and feels Samantha is being deprived. Endora asks Prof. Mac Allister, a warlock, to cast a spell. He appears at the Tate Agency with a hairy doll called the Fuzz, and asks Darrin to market it on a 50/50 basis. The Fuzz makes Darrin feel good, and in a burst of generosity, he offers Larry a share, but is refused. Miss Wilson, the receptionist, takes 10% as a finder's fee. The Fuzz makes everyone feel good, but Samantha and Tabitha are immune. The doll is a huge success and Larry regrets his refusal.

Under its spell, Darrin loads Samantha with presents. Samantha is suspicious but Endora denies everything. As the sales skyrocket, Darrin buys more gifts, backs a musical, and prices yachts. Larry gives 10% of the agency for a share in the doll. Darrin considers a palatial estate and declares it is only the beginning. Endora, finally confesses, and removes the spell. Larry is bitter when the fad suddenly fades, and with it, all his hopes for a fortune. The Stephens celebrate at home, Tabitha in the dress Samantha made. Darrin is sure Samantha took sewing lessons from Betsy Ross.

LOG LINE
Feeling Samantha deprived, Endora makes sure Darrin turns very generous.

Written by: Jerry Mayer and Paul L. Friedman
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



158. "SAMANTHA, THE BARD" (1-30-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Abner - George Tobias
Gladys - Sandra Gould
Edna Durfee - Sara Seegar
Customer - Dick Wilson

LARRY D. MANN as Oscar Durfee
BERNARD FOX as Dr. Bombay
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

Samantha finds herself rhyming involuntarily. Failing to reach Dr. Bombay, she calls her mother, who thinks it is Venetian verbal virus, a one day illness. To be safe, Endora goes for medicine from Bombay. Darrin learns they are invited to dinner with the Tates, and a client, Mr. Durfee and his wife. Abner Kravitz thinks Samantha's rhyming is a new game, and she uses this as an alibi. Endora returns with Dr. Bombay who diagnoses Samantha's illness as secondary vocabularyitis. He gives her an injection of sound waves with a tuning fork. At dinner, Samantha has a relapse. Having used jingles for years, Durfee is reluctant to change his advertising. Larry warns Samantha to stop rhyming.

Learning that Dr. Bombay is skiing on Mt. Everest, Samantha zaps off for a booster shot. Dr. Bombay sounds his tuning fork and sets off an avalanche. At the dinner, Durfee is unconvinced that jingles are passť. Then Samantha returns and announces she spoke in rhyme, to prove how irritating it can be. Durfee asks Larry and Darrin to plan a new campaign. At home, finding that Endora has caught Samantha' s illness, Darrin gloats. Endora promptly turns him into a billy goat, until she is cured.

LOG LINE
Samantha has a terrible time when everything she says comes out in a rhyme.

Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



159. "SAMANTHA, THE SCULPTRESS" (2-6-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
CLIFF NORTON as Campbell
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

When Darrin explodes to find Tabitha sculpturing, using magic, Endora zaps him into eating decorative daisies. Samantha gets Endora to remove the spell and decides to learn sculpturing. At the office, Darrin and Larry confer with client W.R. Campbell, who insists on a drink before business. Later, in no shape to do business with Campbell ,who holds the liquor better, Larry suggests dinner at the Stephens. Darrin goes home first and criticizes the impressionistic bust Samantha made. Before leaving, Endora flicks the bust into a living likeness of Darrin, which sticks out its tongue and begins to talk. After Larry admires it, Samantha tries to keep him from seeing it yawn.

Campbell arrives and the drinking resumes, although Larry and Darrin try to get down to business. Endora twitches up a bust of Larry. When it talks to the statue of Darrin, Larry and Campbell think it is an alcoholic mirage. Darrin feels Samantha is at fault, but she holds him to blame for being rude to Endora. Before he can apologize, Endora pops the statues into the den. As Darrin, oblivious, talks business, Larry and Campbell stare at the statues mimicking him. Campbell quickly signs the contract. Endora is disgusted at Darrin's thanks for helping to get the account. Samantha and Darrin are stunned when the statues demand sandwiches.

LOG LINE
Endora brings the statue Samantha modeled to life.

Written by: Doug Tibbles
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



160. "MRS. STEPHENS, WHERE ARE YOU?" (2-13-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
ROY ROBERTS as Mr. Stephens
HAL ENGLAND as Salesman
RUTH McDEVITT as Miss Parsons
MABEL ALBERTSON as Mrs. Stephens

SYNOPSIS

While Darrin is away on business, Samantha fends off a magazine salesman by twitching herself into a hag. Darrin phones Samantha to forward some papers. Later, Samantha twitches a cat back to Miss Parsons, who loves cats. Darrin's mother arrives while Cousin Serena is minding Tabitha. Resenting Mrs. Stephens' catty remarks about Samantha and her family, especially Uncle Arthur's sherry nipping, cousin Serena turns her into a cat. A large dog chases her up a tree and Miss Parsons rescues her. Learning what happened, Samantha starts trailing her.

Samantha finally tracks her mother-in-law to Miss Parsons, who has about a dozen cats, all with bells on. The magazine salesman now working on Miss Parsons, dashes off when he sees Samantha. Meanwhile, Serena entertains Darrin's father, who has come for his wife. Samantha, unable to pick out Mrs. Stephens, snaps her fingers, turning all the other cats into puppy dogs. Samantha takes the cat home and Serena changes her back. Later, Mrs. Stephens wanders how she got the bell around her neck. She decides she had too much of Uncle Arthur's sherry.

LOG LINE
Resenting Darrin's mother's remarks about Samantha and her family, Cousin Serena turns her into a cat.

Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick and Douglas Dick
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



161. "MARRIAGE WITCH'S STYLE" (2-20-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Mr. Lovelace - Peter Bracco
Walter Blodgett - Robert Terry
Maitre D' - Cosmo Sardo

LLOYD BOCHNER as Franklyn Blodgett
JOHN FIEDLER as Mr. Beams

SYNOPSIS

Tired of being an international playgirl, Cousin Serena decides she wants to be a mortal housewife, just like Samantha. She consults Dr. Beams, of the Human Equation, a computer dating bureau. Serena doesn't tell the truth, feeling the machine would break down. Beams arranges a date at a swank restaurant with a charming sophisticate, Franklyn Blodgett. It is love at first sight. As Serena raves about Franklyn to Samantha, his father, Walter, warns against mixed marriages, with a mortal. Arriving in a driverless limousine, Franklyn praises the mess Serena cooked, in the normal way.

When Serena can't confess she's a witch, Samantha advises her to do some magic. Franklyn ignores the witchcraft, until Serena pops in and out. She is stunned when he too performs magic. They envision a lifetime of wedded witches' bliss but everything ends when Franklyn belittles Serena's magic. Later, Samantha and Serena go to Mr. Lovelace's computer matchmaking office. As he arranges a date for Serena, a crown pops on his head. They realize the computer has found Serena out again.

LOG LINE
Envying Samantha's happiness, Cousin Serena wants to marry a mortal, too.

Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



162. GOING APE" (2-27-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Photographer - Gordan De Vol
Miss Bond - Judy March
Make-up Man - Diki Lerner
Charles - Elmer Modlin
Boy - Danny Bonaduce
PAUL SMITH as Bobby
LOU ANTONIO as Harry
GAIL KOBE as Evelyn
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

After a chimp follows Samantha and Tabitha home, Samantha turns him into a chimp to find out where he belongs. Harry, the former chimp, insists on living a man's life, for just one day. At Darrin's office, Evelyn Tucker, and her assistant Bobby Flynn, are searching for an ad symbol for Brawn, a new man's cologne. When Larry tries to stall until Darrin returns from Canada, Evelyn insists on waiting for him at the Stephens' home. Fascinated by Harry's simian antics, Evelyn decides he would be a perfect model for brawn. Samantha declares that Harry must leave until Larry warns that if Harry isn't in his office the next morning, Darrin is out of a job. Samantha worries when Darrin phones he'll be away another two days.

After posing all morning, Harry decides being a man is no fun. Larry phones that Harry's photos are great and plans a national tour for him. Harry, however, insists on becoming a chimp at once until Samantha advises him. After Harry turns the studio upside-down, and reduces Evelyn to hysterics, she fires him. Samantha applauds, explaining Harry was just launching Darrin's campaign for Brawn, based on the wild emotions it arouses. Evelyn feels its sensational and Larry takes all the credit. Back with his owner, Samantha is sure the chimp will never leave again.

LOG LINE
A chimp follows Samantha home and is launched on an advertising career.

Written by: Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



163. "TABATHA'S WEEKEND" (3-6-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha -Erin Murphy
Mr. Stephens...... Roy Roberts
MABEL ALBERTSON an Mrs. Stephens

SYNOPSIS

Darrin's mother is jealous because Samantha allows Endora to take Tabitha to the zoo, but won't let her take Tabitha to the museum. Samantha confides to Endora that she's worried about Tabitha using witchcraft. To soothe Mrs. Stephens' hurt feelings, Darrin's father asks that Tabitha be allowed to spend a weekend at their home. Samantha reluctantly agrees, and goes along. Telling Tabitha she can do things she isn't allowed to do at home, Mrs. Stephens shows Tabitha her mynah bird, Black Bart, who speaks a little. Mrs. Stephens is annoyed when Endora pops in. Tabitha uses magic and Black Bart surprises Mrs. Stephens with his conversation. In the midst of an argument, Tabitha suddenly disappears.

Endora is sure that Tabitha feels responsible for the quarrel and has turned herself into something small to observe the grownups. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens question their sanity as Samantha and Endora go around talking to bowls and other things searching for Tabitha. Samantha sees a cookie smiling and realizing it is Tabitha, quickly makes her return to normal. Mrs. Stephens decides to take a cruise to recover when Tabitha announces she's just come back from being a cookie.

LOG LINE
Upset by the rivalry between her grandmothers, Tabitha turns into a
cookie.

Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick and Douglas Dick
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Produced by: William Asher



164. "THE BATTLE OF BURNING OAK" (3-13-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
EDWARD ANDREWS as Mr. Rockeford
GLENDA FARRELL as Hortense
Cynthia - June Vincent
Aunt Hagatha - Doreen McLean
Mr. Monteagle - Mauritz Hugo
HARRIET MacGIBBON as Jessica
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate

SYNOPSIS

J. Earl Rockeford, chairman of the board of the exclusive Burning Oak Country Club offers to propose Darrin for membership. Larry becomes apoplectic at the thought of losing an important client when Darrin refuses. The Stephens reconsider and decide to give the club a chance. When Samantha argues that the club will not turn Darrin into a snob, Endora becomes annoyed and casts a spell on him. The screening committee for wives, headed by Hortense Rockeford, impresses Samantha that the club must be preserved for pure-bred Americans. They turn chilly when they learn Samantha does her own housework.

Samantha becomes aware of changes in Darrin and realizes her mother is responsible. She asks Aunt Hagatha to check on the club members. Endora returns and finally removes Darrin's spell. Sure they'll be turned down, the Stephens demand that the club invite "common people" to join. Samantha reveals the humble ancestry of some of the members and that others were on the shady side of the law. She declares they came to America to escape the prejudices the club is trying to preserve. However, the Stephens learn later that Larry has secured the Rockeford account and the club has revised its membership rules. Even Endora apologizes to Darrin in sky-writing.

LOG LINE
When Darrin joins an exclusive club, Endora turns him into a snob.

Written by: Pauline and Leo Townsend
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Produced by: William Asher



165. "SAMANTHA'S POWER FAILURE" (3-20-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
PAUL LYNDE as Uncle Arthur
RON MASAK as Buck

SYNOPSIS

Endora brings an order from the Witches' Council that Samantha give up Darrin. As Endora warned, Samantha loses her magic when she refuses. Uncle Arthur and Cousin Serena, pledging their loyalty, also lose their powers. They assure Samantha they'll do fine as mere mortals and plan to get jobs to prove it. Serena finds an ad for unskilled help in an ice cream factory. The manager, Buck, sets them to work at a conveyor belt near a picture window, where passersby can watch them coating bananas with chocolate. When Buck makes a pass at Serena, she rebuffs him. In revenge, he speeds up the belt.

Unable to keep up, Arthur and Serena engage Buck in battle with globs of chocolate, delighting the huge crowd. Although Endora advises Samantha to give in, she pleads her case before the Council. Pointing to Salem, where the innocent were condemned, she maintains the Witches Council is repeating the evil. Sure she has failed, Samantha leaves, but later, all three find their magic has returned. Samantha tells Endora never to underestimate the power of a witch in love.

LOG LINE
Refusing to obey the Witches' Council and give up Darrin, Samantha loses her magical powers.

Written by: Lila Garrett and Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



166. "SAMANTHA TWITCHES FOR UNICEF" (3-27-69)

CAST
Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
HERB VOLAND as Haskell
BERNIE KOPELL as Dr. Chomsky
SHARON VAUGHN as Lila Layton
SARA SEEGAR as Mrs. Wehmeyer
Lady #1 - Rosemary Eliot
Lady #2 - Kay Elliot
Lady #3 - Judy March
Bruce - Frank Jamus
Secretary - Jean Blake
Murdock - Howard Dayton
Waiter - Jack Griffin

Mrs. Wehmeyer, local UNICEF chairman, asks Samantha to help raise funds. Her first assignment is to get Mr. Haskell to make good on his $10,000 pledge. Larry Tate feels that Haskell changed his mind because he plans to marry singer Lila Layton, a very expensive young lady. Haskell orders Samantha to leave his mansion and never show her face again. Angry, Samantha pops up everywhere, finally as a moose head on his office wall. When Haskell consults a psychiatrist, Dr. Chomsky, Samantha pops in, followed by Endora. Haskell reports that his hallucination just left with her mother. The doctor feels he's really a case.

Lila refuses to help Samantha collect the pledge. Then Endora and Samantha find that Lila expects to keep up her affair with Bruce, after she is Mrs. Haskell. Learning that she talked Haskell out of keeping his pledge, Endora sprinkles truth salts on Lila's food. When Lila can't help revealing her date with Bruce, Haskell breaks with her. However, Haskell still refuses to give Samantha a check, feeling she doesn't really exist. Samantha feels defeated until Mrs. Wehmeyer reveals Haskell brought his check, asking she ever saw a blonde conscience.

LOG LINE
Magic comes in handy when Samantha collects for UNICEF.

Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



167. "DADDY DOES HIS THING" (4-3-69)

CAST
Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
MAURICE EVANS as Maurice
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Abner - George Tobias
Gladys - Sandra Gould
Keeper #l - Karl Lukas
Angelique - Mercedes Moliner
Yvette - Shiva Rozier
Keeper #2 - Jack Griffin

SYNOPSIS

On Darrin's birthday, Maurice drives in majestically through the wall and gives Darrin a multi-purpose lighter. Learning it contains magic, Darrin refuses it. Telling Samantha he's a jackass, Maurice turns him into a mule and vanishes in a puff of smoke. Gladys sees the mule but her husband stays with his crossword puzzle. When Samantha admits there's a mule in her kitchen, Gladys, protesting its unsanitary, decides to call the authorities. Samantha appeals to her mother but Endora insists its strictly Maurice's affair. She zaps them to Paris where Maurice is entertaining Yvette and Angelique. He coldly suggests Darrin pull a wagon, but relenting, snaps them back to the Stephens house.

Finding that Darrin has been removed to the animal shelter, Samantha retrieves him and demands that Maurice change him back. Failing, Maurice decides mutual concentration will help. Gladys sees Maurice playing chess with the mule. Deciding to recreate the whole event, Maurice reverses everything. The mule disappears and Darrin is back. Later, Abner asks about a sanitarium for Gladys who reported the chess playing mule. Rising to the challenge, Maurice turns himself into a mule to play chess with Abner.

LOG LINE
Darrin stubbornly refuses a birthday gift and Maurice turns him into a mule.

Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher
Produced by: William Asher



168. "SAMANTHA'S GOOD NEWS" (4-10-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
MAURICE EVANS an Maurice
MURRAY MATHESON as John Van Millwood
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
JANINE GRAY as Abigail Beecham

SYNOPSIS

Maurice pops in to find Samantha looking radiant. He introduces a slinky young witch, Abigail Beecham, as his secretary. Although Endora rarely sees her husband, she becomes jealous and zaps Abigail into a frump. Maurice changes her back and remarks they've had these spats for centuries. But Endora leaves to file for divorce. Tabitha watches enviously as Abigail produces a sumptuous meal. Endora, deciding not to give Maurice the satisfaction of a divorce, pops in with John Van Millwood, a rival actor, to arouse his jealousy.

To impress Abigail, John and Maurice vie in reciting Shakespeare. John persuades Abigail he can make her a great actress and they leave together. Endora consoles Maurice by declaring his Shakespeare is the greatest. Suddenly, both realize Samantha's glow can mean only one thing. At first evasive, Samantha finally admits she's having another baby and phones Darrin the good news. Tabitha asks what it will be, setting off another quarrel between Maurice and Endora. Samantha shrugs and smiles.

LOG LINE
Samantha's good news stops her parents' quarrel - for a moment.

Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



169. "SAMANTHA'S SHOPPING SPREE" (4-17-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
STEVE FRANKEN as Uncle Henry
DAVE MADDEN as Fred
HERB ELLIS as Harry
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
JONATHAN DALY as Joseph Hinkley, Jr.
J. Hinkley, Sr. - Jack Collins
Jack-in-the-Box - Robert Towers

JACK SNOW as Himself
HERB ANDERSON as Clerk

SYNOPSIS

Cousin Henry, a prankster, goes along when Samantha shops for Tabitha. Anxious to prove himself on his first day in his father's store, Joseph Hinkley Junior, waits on them. Samantha keeps Cousin Henry in check until Joey suggests great buys in the Mans Shop. Bent on some fun, Cousin Henry makes the clothes disintegrate, and then, feeling that Joey is ramming through a sale, produces Jack Snow, in LA Rams uniform. He finally zaps Joey into a dummy. When Samantha protests, Cousin Henry takes offense and disappears. Neither Endora nor Samantha can release Joey.

Samantha is frantic when Fred and Harry remove all the dummies to the basement.. Endora tracks Cousin Henry to the moon but he refuses to return. The workmen get into an argument, each feeling the other is playing tricks, as Joey's voice sounds from the dummy. Samantha zaps Joey to the Stephens' home where Tabitha shows what Cousin Henry did. Endora soon has Joey back to normal, dazed, but unaware of the day's events. When Hinkley Senior asks where Joey was, Samantha shows a stack of packages, praising Joey as a dynamic salesman.

LOG LINE
Cousin Henry turns on all his pranks when he goes shopping with Samantha.

Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels
Produced by: William Asher



170. "SAMANTHA AND DARRIN IN MEXICO CITY" (4-24-69)

CAST

Samantha - Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin - Dick York
Endora - Agnes Moorehead
DAVID WHITE as Larry Tate
THOMAS GOMEZ as Garcia
Tabitha - Erin Murphy
Aragon - Victor Millan
Liza - Sharon Vaughn
Ruthie - Sandra Caruso

Working with Carlos Aragon to introduce "Bueno" to the American market, Darrin looks forward to a trip to Mexico City with Samantha. Larry argues that Senor Garcia, president of the company, will feel slighted if he doesn't meet a top man, and goes to Mexico instead. Recognizing Darrin's disappointment, Samantha zaps Larry's meeting. Garcia is angry when she makes Larry criticize Bueno and Mexico. Aragon suggests they need someone more "simpatico." Larry summons Darrin, presenting him as fluent in Spanish. As Samantha is coaching him, Endora pops in. Annoyed, Darrin insults her, and soon disappears whenever he speaks Spanish.

Samantha has her mother remove the spell but warns Darrin not to speak Spanish. During his meeting, Darrin even avoids saying Bueno. Samantha explains he's superstitious and suggests they call the drink Zap instead. After Endora reverses the spell, Darrin disappears whenever he speaks English. Garcia is pleased with Darrin's Spanish but feels he should speak English for their American customers. Using magic, Samantha has Darrin make a great speech, switching from English to Spanish. Darrin apologizes to Endora, solving his mother-in-law problem-- for the moment.

LOG LINE
After offending Endora, Darrin disappears whenever he speaks Spanish.

Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum
Produced by: William Asher