After a misunderstanding at a party, its up to Samantha to get Darrin and Larry back together.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Endora (credit only)
Irene Vernon ...
Miss Kabaker
Martin Ashe ...
Ivan Bonar ...
Desk Clerk


At a business cocktail party at the Tates, Samantha gets into a witchcraft assisted altercation with the snobbish daughter of a client. Later at home, Darrin berates Samantha for what he considers her childish and potentially business costing behavior. But when Larry takes that same tone about Samantha to Darrin, Darrin stands up for his wife, and begins to rail on Louise. This argument leads to Larry and Darrin parting as friends and co-workers as Darrin quits. Samantha, with Louise's help, concocts a plan to prevent Darrin from getting another job, while get Darrin and Larry back together by making them focus on a common enemy. Samantha's end of the plan is assisted by some additional witchcraft. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy


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24 March 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The hotel room featured that Larry and Darrin stay in is also featured in "Double Tate". It was featured as Larry and Louise's bedroom, and no changes to the set were made for Double Split from Double Tate. See more »


Darrin Stephens: We can enjoy our new found bachelorhood together. We can play poker and go bowling.
Larry Tate: Golf and more time at the club.
Darrin Stephens: You know. I hate poker and bowling.
Larry Tate: Yeah, and golf gives me the hives.
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An Okay Episode, but not bad either.
30 July 2014 | by (Washington, USA) – See all my reviews

There are some episodes of Bewitched that are a little over the top, and kind of seem dumb or annoying. This one isn't annoying, but it isn't a very funny episodes either.

The whole idea behind the episode, and how Samantha gets the friends to make up is uncomfortable. I fully understand that in that era women were to look pretty and get along with everyone when they were a stay at home wife at a husband's work party. Still, the way Darrin reacted to the situation was up setting.

I don't mind watching the episode, but I tune out for most of it. It does have one really funny scene, but only because of how it was filled and acted out.

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