To prepare hors d'oeuvres and dinner for the Tates' imminent arrival, Samantha has to stop reading Hansel and Gretel to the kids, leaving Tabitha to finish reading the story to Adam from the part where Hansel and Gretel are alone in the woods with no food and Hansel's stomach is growling with hunger. Feeling sorry for the storybook pair, Tabitha zaps them out of the book to feed them with whatever food she can get from what her mother is preparing. Further, Tabitha zaps herself into the book at that point to ask Hansel and Gretel's father, the woodcutter, if they can stay overnight to have breakfast. Samantha and Darrin eventually learn what has happened stemming from much of their food for the Tates going missing. Samantha has to go into the book herself to find Tabitha, who may be in trouble as she is just at the point in the story where she may run into the wicked witch, with storybook witches' powers apparently stronger than real children witches' powers. Samantha's quest leaves ... Written by
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The title refers to the German fairy tale Hansel and Gretel adapted by the Brothers Grimm. See more