Episodes
Episode 1 : Long Live the Queen
8.0
Episode 2 : Toys in Babeland
9.0
Episode 3 : Business, Italian Style
9.0
Episode 4 : Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
9.0
Episode 5 : Cheap, Cheap
8.0
Episode 6 : No Zip in My Zap
8.0
Episode 7 : Birdies, Bogies, and Baxter
7.0
Episode 8 : The Safe and Sane Halloween
9.0
Episode 9 : Out of Sync, Out of Mind
8.0
Episode 10 : That Was No Chick, That Was My Wife
9.0
Episode 11 : Allergic to Macedonian Dodo Birds
8.0
Episode 12 : Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember
8.0
Episode 13 : Solid Gold Mother-in-Law
8.0
Episode 14 : My, What Big Ears You Have
9.0
Episode 15 : I Get Your Nanny, You Get My Goat
9.0
Episode 16 : Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here
10.0
Episode 17 : Samantha's Da Vinci Dilemma
8.0
Episode 18 : Once in a Vial
9.0
Episode 19 : Snob in the Grass (1)
8.0
Episode 20 : If They Never Met (2)
9.0
Episode 21 : Hippie, Hippie, Hooray
8.0
Episode 22 : A Prince of a Guy
9.0
Episode 23 : McTavish
8.0
Episode 24 : How Green Was My Grass
9.0
Episode 25 : To Twitch or Not to Twitch
8.0
Episode 26 : Playmates
0.0
Episode 27 : Tabitha's Cranky Spell
7.0
Episode 28 : I Confess
8.0
Episode 29 : A Majority of Two
8.0
Episode 30 : Samantha's Secret Saucer
8.0
Episode 31 : The No-Harm Charm
9.0
Episode 32 : Man of the Year
8.0
Episode 33 : Splitsville
9.0

Tags: Bewitched: Season Season 4


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