In the first of a three-part story, Ann and a sportswriter begin a promising romance.Watch Now:Amazon
A crucially important business deal keeps Mr. Drummond on edge and Arnold and Willis wondering whether they pack for a California vacation or move back to Harlem.Watch Now:Amazon
Drummond puts his convictions on the line to run for city council, and rooting him on are Arnold, Willis, Kimberly, and an "unexpected" new addition to the household. Nedra Volz plays Adelaide Brubaker, the small but sassy housekeeper who helps Drummond mobilize the family for a "win."Watch Now:Amazon
At 16, Willis thinks he's man enough and old enough to "top" a few drinks with the guys, but Drummond's objections send Willis storming out of the house intent on proving his father wrong.Watch Now:Amazon
Jamie tries out for the Pee Wee football team.Watch Now:Amazon
Jamie throws a lavish party to impress his first crush.Watch Now:Amazon
Ed would rather fix his aching shoulder himself than go to see a doctor.Watch Now:Amazon
The Brindles, the Lawsons' snoopy neighbors, suspect the Lawsons are hiding something and attempt to sniff out their family secret; Harriet shows off her toy robot.Watch Now:Amazon
Endora hires Rollo to get Samantha away from Darrin, but her plan backfires when Rollo creates a love potion for Samantha but Endora drinks it instead. Endora is set to marry a client of Darrin's, but at the altar, the potion wears off.Watch Now:Amazon
Sister Bertrille helps Carlos convince his visiting grandmother that he's a happily married man.Watch Now:Amazon
Chip believes in a magical stone frog, given to him by a lady from India and as coincidences stack up, the magic is hard to deny. The boy's belief causes some very interesting circumstances.
Endora is fed up. Samantha's loyalty to her marriage is keeping her from her responsibilities as Queen of the Witches. While Samantha is out, Endora calls Serena to impersonate Sam and make a shambles of their marriage. Darrin finally realizes that it is Serena, and plans on turning the tables--only the real Samantha has arrived home.Watch Now:Amazon
Uncle Arthur does it again. This time he gives Darrin an amulet that is proved to be magical. He really needs help when he tries to help a bank receive some credibility. Samantha discovers that the amulet is fake, and ends up saving Darrin from his mishaps. Darrin lands the bank account when he stops a bank robber.
Willis takes his girlfriend for granted and risks losing her to another guy, so he makes a romantic play to keep her.Watch Now:Amazon
Remember Sheila Sommers from the pilot? Well, she's back and Larry wants Darrin to go with her to get her father's account with McMann and Tate. At a dinner party, Sheila is up to her usual tricks, and Samantha unleashes a few of her own.Watch Now:Amazon
Tabitha brings out Prince Charming and Helen, Darrin's cousin, falls for him. Her fiance, Ralph, doesn't like this arrangement one bit, but Larry likes it and thinks that the prince will be perfect for TV commercials. To sway the prince away from Helen, Samantha pops in Sleeping Beauty.Watch Now:Amazon
Darrin is planning to surprise Samantha with a rocking chair, but Endora thinks that he is fooling around with another woman. This woman, in fact, is the saleslady that Darrin makes the final payment to. To see what he is up to, Endora puts a spell on him causing his ears to grow when he tells a lie. The more Darrin lies about the surprise, the more his ears start growing. He finally tells her the truth: he bought her a rocking chair and wanted to surprise her. He hid it in the Kravitzes' garage for safe keeping.Watch Now:Amazon
Esmerelda is depressed because her old boyfriend is coming to visit her and if he sees that her powers are not all that great, he will not like her (Sounds like Episode 47, doesn't it?). Samantha gives her a makeover, which is not so good. Esmerelda wants to see how she looks in a mirror, and Sam enhances all of the mirrors in the house to make Esmerelda's reflection appear more attractive. When Ferdy comes by, she discovers that his powers aren't what they used to be either.Watch Now:Amazon
Samantha and Darrin take another vacation to Europe. At the Tower of London, Samantha tries to help a nobleman who had been cursed by an evil witch, trapping him into a painting for a thousand years.Watch Now:iTunes
A sexy client named Clio Vanita tries to get with Darrin, but not if Serena can help it. Taking up for her cousin, Serena decides to turn Clio into a monkey! Darrin tries to get Serena to change her back, but she doesn't and Clio the monkey hangs around......Watch Now:Amazon
Because of Serena's foolishness, Samantha is sent back in time by a jelaous witch named Brunhilda, who happened to be Serena's boyfriend's wife. In 1868 New Orleans, Samantha is taken in by a maid named Aunt Jenny, and her owner, Rance Butler, falls for her. Now it is up to Darrin to get her back from the Southern gentleman.Watch Now:Amazon
Willis' fishy version of the facts of life leaves Arnold with misconceptions and Mr. Drummond on tender hooks. Arnold repeats his "knowledge" to a neighbor's daughter, but the girl's mother is not amused.Watch Now:Amazon
Samantha gets through to a greedy miser Mr. Haskell when he doesn't contribute to the UNICEF fund. Samantha and Endora mess up Haskell's love life when they hex Lila to admit that she is in an affair with another man!Watch Now:Amazon
The minute Clio flies the coop, Serena comes back. The Stephens and Serena find the monkey Clio in the hands of a little boy, an organgrinder, and the police! Serena changes Clio back and Samantha comes up with a stellar idea for the Clio Vanita wine account when Larry meets the organgrinder who kept Clio company as a monkey.Watch Now:Amazon
A simple case of mistaken addresses is the issue for this episode. A flipped number in their home address creates confusion and artificial grass is delivered on their lawn. The real owner wants to know what happened to his artificial lawn and finds out that Darrin has it.Watch Now:Amazon
The Stephenes' are watching home movies, but encounter a problem when the sound is not in sync with the action. Aunt Clara tries to help out, but ends up making Samantha seem like she is in a badly-dubbed movie when her voice follows her lips off-screen. Phyllis is totally confused and calls Frank to come get her.
Endora and Serena give Darrin powers unknowingly when Serena goes back in time to the 14th century where Darrin the Bold reigns. She has altered the future of Darrin when she puts a spell on Darrin the Bold. In the present, Darrin starts wishing for stuff and he gets it. Samantha finds out about Serena's plan, goes back to the time of Darrin the Bold, and takes off the spell.Watch Now:Amazon
Aunt Clara falls for a new client Kensi Mishimoto and expects to marry him. Samantha gets involved by trying to find Ocky, which makes Mishimoto leave in a huff. Samantha then gets him to stay by turning herself into a Japanese girl and convincing him to stay.
Endora wonders why Samantha can't be more like Serena- spontaneous, free-willing, and loose. Endora puts a spell on Sam that makes her do exactly what Serena does. This causes problems for Darrin, especially when he has to deal with a all-business type client. Darrin is almost out of a job until Larry discovers that the client is linked to the underworld, and Darrin's job and sanity is saved again.
The Stephens come home, only to have Esmerelda blink Samantha back to Salem- circa 1600's! Darrin has to go back in time and bring Samantha, who has no memory of who he is, back home. He has to place a coin on Samantha's head and have her say an incantation so she can remember again. He tries to get her attention and ends up getting accused of witchery! Samantha puts two and two together and goes along with the incantation.
Samantha has lost her powers again and it seems like Maurice's magic is gone as well when he visits her. Dr. Bombay discovers that no one should kiss Samantha or they would lose their powers. So, until his powers come back, Maurice lives like a mortal. Maurice then helps out Darrin by winning a chili account for him. And that's when Samantha and Maurice get their powers back respectively.Watch Now:iTunes
A nymph who hates witches appears, and she has a curse on Darrin's family that can only be broken by Sam going back in time to meet Darrin's ancestor, Darrin the Bold.
Willis and Arnold scheme to make extra "dough" by selling brownies, only to discover they can't stand the heat of big business and may soon have to get out of the kitchen.Watch Now:Amazon
Phyllis is beside herself when Samantha makes her think that she has magic powers. It takes Frank to be turned into a mule and a mock seance to put some sense into Phyllis.
At Tabitha's birthday party, Uncle Arthur volunteers to do tricks. He does a classic rabbit in a hat trick, and instead of a rabbit, he pulls out a Playboy bunny! Darrin's new client, A.J. Sylvester, comes to the party with Larry and instantly falls for Bunny. When A.J. and the bunny have lunch together, A.J.'s ex-girlfriend comes up, sees him and leaves in anger. Samantha invites A.J. and Bunny to dinner and A.J. announces that they are to be engaged. But that doesn't last long when Bunny's rabbit qualities finally come to light.
Darrin is warned by Sam not to kiss a beautiful client, a magic crone who steals the youth of people whom she kisses.
A divorced couple takes the cruise with new mates, and can't seem to avoid one another or stop arguing. Two adolescents develop an awkward flirtation. A senior group inadvertently interferes with its director's fledgling romance with Julie.Watch Now:iTunes
Next Stop, Italy! The Stephens enjoy their vacation in a hotel overlooking the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. Of course, Esmerelda pops in due to a lack of confidence. Esmerelda reveals that she made the tower lean by mistake when she was engaged to the builder. So Esmerelda takes it upon herself to right the wrong...by actually straightening the Leaning Tower of Pisa! The town totally freaks out when the famous tower is straightened correctly, and Esmerelda cannot remember what happened to make the Tower lean in the first place! A trip back in time helps her to remember. It seems that she tried to twitch up a tower sandwich for the builder and to make it lean, thus making the Tower lean again.Watch Now:iTunes
Endora puts a spell on Darrin, making him agreeable to everything and everyone. Of course, this results in him getting fired from McMann and Tate. Samantha finds out about the spell and tells her mother to take it off.
Endora says that Darrin is pig-headed and proves that by blinking a pig's head on his body! This is a catastophe for Darrin, but turns out to be a great ad campaign for his new client.
The Witches Council wants to test out Adam to see if he is a warlock or a mortal. If he is a mortal, he wilh have to be taken away from the Stephens' household. Maurice helps Adam by giving him powers so that he will not be taken away. Adam is indeed normal, but he does have his own powers tucked away somewhere.Watch Now:iTunes
The Witches' Council puts Aunt Clara on trial because of her failing magic.
Darrin has a bad cold and Dr. Bombay treats him with some pills. Of course, these pills have a horrendous side effect- it makes his voice higher!
Samantha wants Esmerelda to make a Caesar salad, but ends up bringing Julius Caesar instead. Samantha wants him to go home, but Caesar does not want to leave the twentieth century. So Samantha pops up Cleopatra to lure Caesar back into his own time. Darrin's client sees these two figures together and decides to use these two in her beauty ad campaign.
Endora claims that Darrin has no sense of humor, so she puts a spell on him, turning him into a comedian. His client, Mr. Jameson, does not like Darrin's new Def Comedy Jam phase when he gets a migrane headache. Darrin discovers that Endora has hexed him, and she gives him another spell- this time, making jokes of anything sad or discouraging. The Jamesons come by and at th very mention of Jamison's wife's bursitis, Darrin starts laughing. Thinking that Darrin's insensitivity will cost Larry and him the account, the Jamesons think otherwise and give McMann and Tate the account.
Maurice is raging mad because the new baby is not named after him. He storms to the house where the elder Stephens and Endora are adoring the new baby. Maurice freezes Darrin into a mirror until the baby's name is changed. Frank and Phyllis see Darrin in the mirror and think that it is a big moneymaker. Afetr Frank states that he hates the name that was given to the baby, Maurice releases Darrin from the mirror. Darrin comes up with a name that sticks "Adam".
Darrin is doomed to become a mouse by midnight, and Samantha tries to get him to do some Jackass-style methods to stop this magic happening from occuring.