It's Halloween and, despite salamander sandwiches and a fresh porcupine taffy, Wednesday's upset. A neighbor told her there aren't any real witches or goblins. Since Morticia and Gomez can't produce immediate proof to the contrary, they hold a séance to contact their late Aunt Singe, whom they believe was a genuine witch. (She was burned for it, at any rate.) They get a quick response via a well-meant deception between Mama and Lurch, but now the family expects a visit from their late, great auntie, a visit that's surely not to happen. Fortunately, a scavenger hunter dressed as a witch comes to the house, and Wednesday's confidence is restored. Now if the poor, mistaken woman can only get back out again. Written by
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While on the apple-bobbing seesaw, Gomez can be heard yelling while a cigar is in his mouth, then while his tongue sticks out. The sound should have been muffled. See more
I hope Aunt Singe likes children.
Morticia Frump Addams
Oh, all witches LOVE children. Remember Hansel and Gretel?
Well, they almost wound up in an oven, but until then that old witch couldn't have been nicer.