First Endora has Darrin constantly telling jokes and then reverses the spell so that he laughs whenever he hears something sad or horrible.

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Darrin's angry response to Endora's latest entrance into the house - on a camel - and her explanation of having just come from playing sand polo in the Sahara shows her that Darrin has no sense of humor. So Endora secretly places a series of spells on Darrin to rectify that issue, the first for him to make a joke every few seconds on the sound of her induced chime, and the second for him to giggle every time he hears something sad or awful, the worse the news, the bigger the giggle. The first spell is placed when Darrin is at work, which is bad timing as he has to deal with a problem client, Harold Jameson of Denver-based Mount Rocky Mutual, an insurance company, he who flew in especially to meet with Darrin and Larry. Mr. Jameson is as serious in his overall demeanor as is the business in which he works. Darrin has to avoid dealing with Jameson in his condition until Samantha can get Endora to take off the spell, as Darrin's sure to be inappropriate jokes and laughing are sure to ... Written by Huggo

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15 April 1971 (USA)  »

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This would be the final episode in which Sandra Gould would portray Gladys Kravitz. See more »

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When Endora arrives in the living room on a camel, there is no ceiling in the room, showing that the the scene was shot on a sound stage and not in an actual living room in a house. See more »

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References Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) See more »

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