The grounded Serena amuses herself by dating a wealthy client of Darrin, and they become smitten with each other. She comes across a group of instrument players and joins them in entertaining the infamous king, who falls for her. The cow is actually being used for publicity by a rival advertising agency, and Samantha's case of mistaken identity leads to chaos. It is logical that because of this there are numerous comedic situations that get proper assessment from a large audience who believe in the existence of miracles, close to each of us. Note: Filmed March 14, 1967.
It seems as though he may have lost the account, but the client likes the honesty between Darrin and Larry and gives them a break. He becomes a red head, then progresses to believing it's 1961, then becomes a teenager, and finally a little boy. Note: Filmed January 7, 1971. Greene March 17, 1966 1966-03-17 A leprechaun professing to belong to Darrin's family comes to America to reclaim his pot of gold. Note: Filmed January 21, 1966.
The deception goes well until Darrin takes Serena for a weekend at the Moonthatch Inn…the location of his and Samantha's honeymoon. McMann, believes Darrin is a rising star, and everyone is so enamored with his ideas that he begins to have delusions of grandeur. Samantha tires of his fun side, while Larry and a client become annoyed by his overly serious side. When Endora suggests conjuring up a grown up version of his new daughter, Darrin mistakes Samantha's lookalike cousin Serena for Tabitha, and chaos ensues in the hospital. Gladys Kravitz is furious when her nephew loses the derby and suspects magical interference. Adam is indeed normal, but he does have his own powers tucked away somewhere. Esmeralda finally reverses the spell and sends the President back to the past, but without his shoes.
The bedwarmer makes its way to the Stephens' car, and Darrin is accused of stealing it. Robert Rosenbaum Howard Leeds May 19, 1966 1966-05-19 Charlie Leach returns again and witnesses Endora turn one of Darrin's clients into a cat. Greene Story by: Arthur Alsberg December 26, 1968 1968-12-26 Endora casts a spell on Darrin that makes him courteous to a fault. Wishing to be real sisters, Tabitha wishes herself and Lisa into having respective black and white polka-dotted skin. Unfortunately, Aunt Clara's magic accidentally turns him into a chimpanzee who becomes trapped in the zoo after being reported found loose by busy-body neighbor Gladys Kravitz.
Hayes was portraying Witchiepoo in the children's fantasy show at the time this episode was produced. Dick York only appears in the first several minutes of this episode and for a few seconds just before the epilogue; he collapsed on the set during filming and was rushed to a hospital, where he resigned from the show. When Serena's date nibbles on her neck, Samantha finds herself in a ticklish situation. Darrin has a difficult time finding the strange ingredients needed by Aunt Clara for the cure. Note: Filmed August 1, 1966. To save Bruce's life, Sam calls on Serena to get him out of the spell. Here are just a Council of Witches imposed on such relationships are full of taboos.
Seeking revenge, Endora turns herself into a little girl in a gypsy costume and uses a curse to slowly turn Darrin into a werewolf. Blooper: When Samantha rescues Aunt Clara from the closet, the shadow of a microphone boom can be seen. Robert Rosenbaum and Ed Jurist May 4, 1967 1967-05-04 Samantha asks her mother to call a doctor for Darrin, who is in bed with a cold. This will be hard to hide when the Prescotts, McMann and Tate's newest clients, has Samantha volunteer for a charity bazaar and fashion show. Kravitz, Larry, and a drinking obsessed client. Note: Filmed January 25, 1967.
The teacher Miss Peabody gets on her about the frog and tells her to put it back in the class terrarium. A young couple interested in buying it fall in love with the fixed up version. After a run in with Mrs. Note: Filmed September 29, 1966. Samantha uses her powers to help him overcome his fears. A suspicious Endora disguises herself as a secretary at McMann and Tate's and quickly discovers that the youthful Terry is an impostor. Bombay to save her dying willow tree, but she gets caught in the fallout of his spell.
Darrin's father gets chummy with Mother Goose, while he and his wife both think they are seeing things. Henerson March 10, 1966 1966-03-10 Tired of hearing how smart Gladys' baby nephew is, Endora uses witchcraft to make the still infant Tabitha talk fluently voiced by an uncredited. Bombay gives her an antidote which makes her lighter than air, just when she must attend a charity event as an attendant and fashion model. Everything just seems all right until the real Darrin comes in. He prescribes a potion from the witches' apothecary Bernie Kopell , but forgets to mention two very hard-to-acquire ingredients. Robert Rosenbaum Robert Riley Crutcher November 30, 1967 1967-11-30 A new advertising client's admiration of Endora puts Darrin at odds with Larry.
Note: Erin Murphy's twin sister Diane is among the children at the birthday party. Note: Filmed December 4, 1967. This episode, along with Part 2, was filmed on June 29, 1971. Note: Filmed November 30, 1969 This episode title is a takeoff on the 1945 film , starring. Larry hurries off, but not before Serena gives him a pill to be young and active pre-Viagra! In the midst of the scene, Larry Tate arrives. Cora May Franklin: Sara Seegar.
Running into Larry and Louise, they pass off Darrin as his grandfather, Grover Stephens. Maurice notices the trick and sends poor Darrin to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Darrin hesitates to consider membership until Endora hexes him into a snob. Note: Filmed March 4, 1969. Also, to mock Darrin's profession, she casts a spell that causes him to constantly speak in clichés. It gets to a point that Darrin quits McMann and Tate, but finds out that this is all Endora's fault.