The more I see Sabrina, the more songs pop up in my head. But let’s not venture there, instead let’s look at the good parts of Sabrina’s newly acquired witch life.
The third episode takes us through a lesson of what happens when you want something passionately. Say it three times and you have it. The fun part is, the witches use it to call their favorite Hollywood stars.
This episode starts by some fact acquiring when Sabrina found out that you cannot have branded goods by magic. Well, she hunts for a job and the one she gets is a babysitting one.
Everything is great until she accidentally casts a spell by asking the baby to be a big boy and voila!!! He is. She takes him around with her to get help, to turn him back.
The series of events following is a nice touch where we see one of her aunt acquiring interest in her biology professor and the baseball game being witched by Sabrina.
Everything goes back to normal by the end as always but we are left smiling as we see the baby shrinking back to its normal 14 months self.
And just like so far, the next episode starts with a kick which shows Sabrina changing her clothes through magic.
This episode is all about Sabrina trying to do magic for three good things in one day at school which was triggered by Salem, her talking black cat (who has to go for community service unwillingly).
Now list of three nice things is making her best friend class president (she wants to make the school a a better place), helping her friend get on the team against a competitor (by hurting the competitor slightly) and most of all, giving her biology teacher, the idea of converting Lead into Gold.
I can clearly see where the last one leads. Of course everything goes to being just fine in the end but the transition is great.
Initially they all seem happy but then, can anyone ever be happy forever. It seemed like people who got the happy ending of Sabrina’s magic were not really ready for that ending or the taking-forward for that matter, at least two of them.
The teacher is another story. The small asking-out-turning-down angle between the judge and aunt was also fun to watch.
All in all, for some reason I did not find the 4th episode as great as the first three but no need to get my hopes down. Right?