Well. It was hard to find in the first place.
But I guess it was worth the struggle. I mean the serial starts with Sabrina levitating above her bed. As if that wasn’t enough, the entry of the two aunts (a mix of motherly love and reality check) brings the humor right into the door.
The episode starts with a mix of humor brought by reality blended comments and events on witch life by the characters and situations. And the cat talks. It’s like Dr. Dolittle just happened to me.
The whole episode is one teenage life drama handled through a witch’s perspective. Wouldn’t we all want to have the power to rewind back that one day which made us dread going back to school? Well, Sabrina gets to do that.
The whole cheerleader converting to pineapple was a bit much for me. But again, a human turned to a fruit might be bound to shake the earth, what do I know. Must be a big deal. Also, I don’t like the guy. I like Sabrina, of course, the aunts, the best friend, the cat, even the cheerleader and the counsel but not the guy.
The practice scene is a kick in the episode. I love it because it gives a humorous background for the rest of the episode. No matter what conversation is happening among the three ladies, the work is always going on over pineapples.
And the small punch lines spread all over the episodes, may it be ‘smelled like Hawaii’ or ‘toughen up’ or ‘my mailbox is boring’. I like’em all.
If I knew how to make a fan video, I would make one for Sabrina over the song, ‘If I was you, I’d wanna be me too’.
The series might go on to become one of my favorites. It is humorous but may not make you laugh all the time. But it sure will make you feel like, ‘I wish I had that’ in awe.