A showdown between Dashiell and Harvey is interrupted when aunts Hilda and Zelda freeze the boys to announce that Sabrina has at last qualified for her witch's license, which will grant her universal knowledge. When the overjoyed Sabrina travels to the Other Realm License Bureau to collect her prize, she is dismayed to learn that she is not allowed to use it yet not until she discovers her "family secret" (a quest which will presumably keep her busy throughout the third season). Her first clue comes in the form of the license clerk, who is actually her extremely bad-tempered cousin Doris, and in her unfortunate attempt to resolve her divided feelings with a spell which transforms the boys' rivalry for her into a full-fledged surreal duel to the death. (Sabrina: "Oh, no. This must be the spell. They're going to fight over my heart. Being a witch would be alot easier without all the magic".) Only when her cousin Doris is about to zap Harvey does Sabrina instinctively reveal who she reall
Sabrina gets a lesson in the perils of magic when she tries to help Valerie overcome an embarrassing moment but discovers that the spell has only transferred Valerie's embarrassment to her, magnified.
Sabrina gets jealous when Mr. Kraft's assignment calls for the students to pair up and pretend to be married and Libby makes sure that Harvey is her partner.
Trouble brews between best friends when Valerie becomes eager to try out for cheerleading, even though Sabrina can't stand the squad's pom-pompous participants.
Sabrina makes a glutton of herself at school after tasting a substance tht causes hopeless addiction in her family: pancakes.
A thoroughly ridiculous Halloween episode finds Aunts Hilda and Zelda having run out excuses (after 500 consecutive years) not to attend their Aunt Beulah's Halloween party.
Salem loses Sabrina and her aunts in a card game against a high roller.
When her academic achievements fail to bring deserved accolades, Sabrina casts a "just desserts" spell on her teachers and friends.
Rivalry between Libby and Sabrina moves onto a whole new scale in this parody of the '60s science fiction film Fantastic Voyage.
Sabrina and Harvey decide to compete against Libby and her boyfriend for the title of cutest teen couple.
It's Sabrina the Grinch, increasingly grumpy in the face of her aunts' unflagging efforts to get her into the holiday spirit.
Despite a warning from the Witches Council to avoid "charitable magic", Sabrina can't resist trying to liven up an unbelieveably tedious evening with Valerie's dysfunctional family by granting a wishbone wish.
Zany cousin Zsa Zsa visits, annoying Zelda with the childish practical jokes she shares with Hilda until Zsa Zsa suggests the sisters try her magic "walk-a-mile-in-my-shoes" booties, which switch their personalities.
Sabrina and Hilda are disturbed, not to say grossed out, by the growing intimacy between Zelda and Mr. Kraft.
Hilda has forgotten to tell Zelda that their magic is due for a twenty-five-year tune-up, so they must both surrender their powers for a few days, leaving Sabrina "the most powerful woman in the house" temporarily. But her delight in her new status doesn't last after Valerie persuades her to sneak into a new nightclub to hear 'N Sync perform.
Cupid threatens to banish Sabrina to the Other Realm unless she manages to bring a couple together for Valentine's Day.
Roland the Troll resurfaces in a new guise as a leprechaun, and chaos predictably follows. Having three wishes, Sabrina unwisely uses one of them to grant Salem's desire to be human again for a day.
Sabrina's creative writing assignments aren't going well until she accidentally uses Hilda's magic typewriter to plot out a James Bond parody using her friends and foes as character models.
Searching for clues to the family secret, Sabrina calls up Aunt Dorma, the "black sheep" of the family, accidentally waking her out her usual ten-year nap - and Dorma retaliates with a household of magic poppies fatal to Spellmans.
Sabrina's painfully shy pen pal turns out to be an Other Realm jewel thief in disguise.
The Witch Channel broadcasts Sabrina's life on national television; Hilda turns into a compulsive standup comedienne.
After accepting help from an outside, Sabrina is banished to the Other Realm's Wild West badlands.
Sabrina gets a job as a sleep-inducing sandman but charges her subjects' lives by altering their dreams.
Harvey tells Sabrina he loves her, but under a self-imposed "silence" spell, she can't respond in kind; and Aunt Zelda anxiously awaits a marriage proposal from Mr. Kraft.
Sabrina finally solves the family secret: every member of the Spellman family is born with an evil twin.