Bewitched (1964–1972)
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School Days, School Daze 

When Tabitha is worried about taking an intelligence test, Endora casts a spell and turns her into a genius.

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Darrin Stephens
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Larry Tate (credit only)
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Tabitha is nervous about her first ever test at school, this one to see if she can skip the first to enter the second grade. Endora is incensed enough that Tabitha is going to a mortal school rather than a witch school, but in seeing her granddaughter's fear, Endora decides to give Tabitha all academic knowledge to ace the exam. In doing so, Tabitha impresses her teacher, Mrs. Peabody, who believes Tabitha is not only smart enough to skip that grade, but is a genius about who the whole world should know. Samantha, on the other hand, knows that it is her mother's handy work that gave Tabitha all this knowledge. Even after Endora removes the spell, Samantha faces a bigger problem with Mrs. Peabody, who will not take no for an answer in allowing her to show Tabitha to the world. Written by Huggo

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4 March 1972 (USA)  »

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The is based on the song "School Days" or "School Days (When We Were a Couple of Kids)" written in 1907 by Will Cobb and Gus Edwards. See more »

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