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Hippie, Hippie, Hooray 

Serena has gone hippie and ends up on the front page of the newspaper and Darrin has to explain to the Tates about her identical cousin. After hurting Serena's feelings, Darrin can't ... See full summary »

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Samantha Stephens / Serena
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Darrin Stephens
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Endora (credit only)
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Tabatha Stephens
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Serena has gone hippie and ends up on the front page of the newspaper and Darrin has to explain to the Tates about her identical cousin. After hurting Serena's feelings, Darrin can't provide proof of his story. Samantha also sings the If'n song. Written by laird-3

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1 February 1968 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the exclamation, "Hip, hip, hooray!" See more »

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The Iffin' Song
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Only episode with NO LAUGH TRACK
27 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Interestingly this is the only episode that contains NO laugh track. Also weird episode where Serena has blonde hair whereas all the others she was a brunette unless impersonating Samantha. Serena's outfit in this episode also made the cover of that week's TV Guide. Great go-go tunes "Iffan Song" and Rock-a-bye-baby sung by Liz herself.

Silly plot on this one about Hippies causing riots and Serena being on the front page of the paper involved in a Love-in. Sam & Darrin are worried about the Tate's thinking Sam has gone Hippie. Great clothes and music but that's it on this episode. Not one of the funnier episodes but highly memorable on other levels.

One of Serena's outfit can also be seen in the 1978 TV Movie of the week "A Question of Guilt". Tuesday Weld wears this same outfit, I guess they needed a 60's outfit for Tuesday and dove into the wardrobe dept at Columbia-Lorimar where they found this relic. Guess Liz and Tuesday were the same size.


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