Bewitched (1964–1972)

It Takes One to Know One (26 Nov. 1964)

TV Episode   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy

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Endora employs a beautiful witch to become Darrin's latest model who tries to seduce him and Larry Tate.



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15 November 2019 | silvermistvio
| All about trying to get married man to fall in love with her.
One paragraph plot summary : Darrin is searching for a role model for perfume poster. He already has three choices. But none of them perfect. Later, a girl comes to his office. He finds that girl is so perfect for the perfume advertisement board. So, he chooses her to be model. Unfortunately, Darrin is attracted to that girl. Samantha was told by her mother that Darrin was into her. Samantha disagrees. Then Darrin cancels the lunch date with Samantha. So, Endora wants to take Samantha to wherever Darrin is at, just to prove that her dearest husband Darrin is into some other girl. There, Samantha finds out that girl is actually a witch. Sam warns her to leave Darrin alone. But she doesn't listen. Later, Darrin and Larry Tate go to her apartment. That girl is trying to persuade Darrin to fall in love with her and kiss her. Sam stops her husband from everything. When everything falls apart, that witch becomes a little bit angry. Larry Tate wants to be with her too. But Sam doesn't let him to be. At the end, they both left the place.

Episode 11 is not entirely my taste. I hate to see married man having an affair or trying to be with some other woman rather than his own wife. This episode has exactly that. So, I don't like this one that much. That being said, I must admit that the acting of that actress who played as the model was quite good. I kind of hate her character very much. I even want to kill her when I saw she was trying to get Darrin to kiss her. On the other hand, I love to see Sam is jealous.

All in all, although this episode isn't my taste, and I don't like, it's kind of enjoyable. It's funny and I laughed in some scenes. So, I'd say it's still doing good.

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26 November 1964



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