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Tiring of her clumsy ways at home and work, Sabrina decides to use her magic to become the perfect person. While the spell turned Sabrina into a mistake free individual, there were some consequences that came along with it that ultimately makes her a know-it-all. As a result, Sabrina almost looses her job at Scorch, as well as her friendships with Roxie and Morgan because of the bad finance advice she gave them. It is only after Sabrina attends a class in the other realm that she realizes being clumsy and making mistakes are all apart of life that aids in making people better individuals in the long run. Upon returning to the office, Sabrina decides to stand up for herself and tells Annie that she’s quitting in order to become a freelance writer.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x14
Production Number: 154
Airdate: Friday February 07th, 2003

Director: Kenneth R. Koch
Writer: Trish Baker

Guest Stars
Dylan NealDylan Neal
As Aaron Jacobs
Don BolandDon Boland
As Drill Guy
Kato KaelinKato Kaelin
As Instructor
Robertson DeanRobertson Dean
As General Custer
Shelley MalilShelley Malil
As Surgeon
Episode Quotes
Sabrina: (On the phone) That’s fantastic! I’ll see you first thing tomorrow morning. Bye. (She hangs up the phone.) Whoo-hoo! Salem, I just booked my second freelance assignment. Apparently, I’m quite in demand.
Salem: Yeah, that’s great. Do you know where the tape is?
Sabrina: Yeah. Here ya go. (She grabs the tape that is one the fridge and is about to give it to Salem) Wait a second. What is this for?
Salem: Why do you always go there? It’s a roll of tape, not C4 plastic explosives! Maybe, I got you something and I’d like to give it a decent wrapping instead of sticking it in some cheesy gift bag!
Sabrina: All right! Jeez, I’m sorry. I guess I just thought that, maybe, you’d try to use this to... (She notices a pile of cut up credit cards) Tape these up and use them!
Salem: What?! I’ve never seen those credit cards before in my life!

Cultural References
Morgan: (Holding up a credit card) Breakfast! It's everywhere I want to be.

This is an allusion to Visa's old slogan of "It's Everywhere You Want to Be."

Other Episode Crew

CreatorNell Scovell
Executive ProducerNell Scovell
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