Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Sabrina the Teenage Witch - The Fourth Season|
Actor: Melissa Joan Hart
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
When Sabrina Spellman is informed by her aunts, Hilda and Zelda, that she is a witch on her 16th birthday, she is hesitant to believe them. Having been sent to live with them in Massachusetts by her Warlock father and mort... more »
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Not the best, but still Sabs.
Ryan Stone | Pine Grove, PA | 03/19/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"So season Four is probably my least favorite season but it's still Sabrina so it's amazing compared to half the stuff they call entertainment.
Reasons Why This Season Let Me Down:
-Brad the witch Hunter
Reasons Why This Season Didn't Suck:
-The aunts branching off in new directions
-And of course the reason the show is completely worth every dime:
My Daughter Loves This
D. DIAZ | Las Vegas | 03/31/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have a seventeen year old who LOVES Sabrina, she got the first two seasons during the holiday and watched them both within a week. I had pre-ordered the 3rd season and when we got it, she opened it and watched it right away. I have already pre-ordered the 4th season.
I don't know about everyone out there, but I would rather have her watching Sabrina than Gossip Girl, or the other teen show on NIK that I cant think of right now. She has her whole life to meet someone and fall in love, why expose herself to the pressures that those teens face.
If I had a tween who is interested in television, I would reccomend Sabrina to any parent. She is pretty wholesome and each show deals with issues we have all faced at one time or another. Its good wholesome entertainment for your daughter"
KittyKat | Ohio, Cincinnati, USA | 04/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am THIRTY years old, so I sorta "grew up" with Sabrina and I can tell you, I have probably seen each episode about a 100 times and they never get old! EVER! Melissa Joan Hart is just about the cutest and funniest chick around and I love every other character on the show as well! I own the first three seasons too and I just pre-ordered season four and I can't wait to get it! I swear, i'll be watchin' this show even when i'm 90! (Even if it does drive my husband crazy ha ha,..but really, he watches it with me sometimes, and I think he kinda likes it too but he'd just NEVER admit it! Ha ha!)
Btw, I totally agree with the person who said, the fourth season is when it started to be: "not as great" cuz there was no Libby, no Valerie (OR Jenny,) and I was NEVER a big fan of Josh either, he was just ANNOYING, but Salem is still awesome, and so are the rest of em' (especially Harvey,) and Sabrina of course,...goes without saying!
So I strongly recommend anyone who is a Sabrina fan to buy this! Even if you're not a Sabrina fan,...buy it and you WILL be! This show is TIMELESS and it will always be a classic!
PS: And let's all congratulate Melissa Joan Hart on the birth of her second son Braydon, and wish her a HAPPY BIRTHDAY (it was last Friday, April 18th!) She's just as adorable as ever!...Toldja I was a hardcore
Sabrina fan! Be sure to buy season 4! (And Amazon has the best price!)
Not the best year, but still fun
Byron Kolln | the corner where Broadway meets Hollywood | 09/17/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The fourth season--the last of the highschool years--of SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH disappointed fans in many ways, mostly concerning the departures of much-loved cast members Lindsay Sloane (who'd played goofy best friend Valerie for two years) and Jenna Leigh Green (Sabrina's arch-enemy Libby). In their place was China Shavers as Dreama, an apprentice witch and new Westbridge High classmate whom Sabrina must take under her wing. Another strange plot-twist which proved unpopular with fans was the arrival of Brad (Jon Huertas), Harvey's new best friend, who's revealed to be a witch-hunter intent on unmasking Sabrina.
Despite it's flaws, the fourth season still serves up lots of memorable storylines largely thanks to the ever-adorable Melissa Joan Hart--Sabrina well and truly grows up this year, and her relationship with Harvey (Nate Richert) goes through some particularly rocky stages, mostly thanks to a new guy on the scene, Josh (David Lascher), whom Sabrina harbours a strong crush on. Also back are Sab's hilarious aunts Hilda and Zelda (Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick), sarcastic Principal Kraft (Martin Mull) and faithful, wisecracking feline Salem (voiced by Nick Bakay).
COMPLETE EPISODE LISTING:
"No Place Like Home" - Devastated that Valerie has moved away to Alaska with her family, Sabrina decides to live with her father (Doug Sheehan) in his swanky Paris pad. Guest starring Britney Spears. This episode was intended as a tie-in to Melissa Joan Hart's movie "Drive Me Crazy" which had a Britney Spears soundtrack.
"Dream a Little Dreama Me" - Sabrina takes on apprentice witch Dreama, and becomes suspicious of Harvey's new friend Brad. Hilda decides to spice up her life and buys an old clock shop.
"Jealousy" - Sabrina, literally, starts turning into a green-eyed monster when she notices how much time Harvey is spending with Brad.
"Little Orphan Hilda" - When Sabrina's grandmother (guest star Shirley Jones) drops by for a visit, it sets the stage for long-buried family secrets to be revealed.
"Spoiled Rotten" - Sabrina's new Other Realm credit card sets into motion a frenzied buying spree...
"The Phantom Menace" - Sabrina's job at the coffee-house could be over before it begins, when she's left in charge on Halloween, the very night that zombies descend...
"Prelude to a Kiss" - Harbouring a none-too-subtle crush on her boss, Josh (David Lascher), Sabrina explores her feelings by trying to date both Josh and Harvey...
"Aging Not So Gracefully" - Sabrina resorts to drastic measures when Josh explains she's too young for him; and Salem stalks Paula Abdul.
"Love Means Having to Say You're Sorry" - Reeling from the aftermath of their shocking break-up, Sabrina tries to use Hilda's Lost in Time clock to apologise to Harvey.
"Ice Station Sabrina" - A ski vacation sounds like the perfect escape for newly-reunited Harvey and Sabrina - until Brad decides to tag along...
"Salem and Juliette" - Salem falls for a drop-dead gorgeous feline, and Sabrina suspects Mr Kraft of stealing.
"Sabrina Nipping At Your Nose" - Sabrina must spend the holidays with Mr Kraft when she upsets Mother Nature...
"Now You See Her, Now You Don't" - Sabrina's new diet works wonders...until she literally disappears...
"Super Hero" - Hilda's spell to realise Mr Kraft's childhood dream takes on unexpected heights...
"Love in Bloom" - Valentine's Day becomes particularly sticky when an anonymous card from Josh threatens to break up Harvey and Sabrina yet again.
"Welcome Back, Duke" - When one of Salem's former accomplices (special guest star Dick Van Dyke) completes his sentence and comes to stay at the Spellman house, he causes nothing but trouble for Sabrina.
"Salem's Daughter" - Salem's daughter Annabelle (Victoria Jackson) announces her wedding at which Sabrina is to be the maid of honour, but Harvey suspects Sabrina of wanting to walk down the aisle instead!
"Dreama, the Mouse" - Dreama accidentally performs magic in front of Brad, and, just as predicted, she is turned into a mouse.
"The Wild, Wild Witch" - A magic spell sends Sabrina back in time as the sheriff of a wild west town.
"She's Baaack!" - Bratty cousin Amanda (Emily Hart) is back in town to cause more nightmares for Sabrina.
"The Four Faces of Sabrina" - Sabrina splits into four when she cannot decide which college invitation to accept.
"The End of an Era" - Harvey and Josh compete in a deadly obstacle course to win Sabrina's heart."