Bewitched (1964–1972)
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Tabitha's First Day at School 

During Tabitha's first day at school, she turns a bully into a frog.

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Endora (credit only)
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Larry Tate (credit only)
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Mrs. Rollnick
Jeanne Arnold ...
Maude Hickman
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Mrs. Peabody
Michael Hughes ...
Charlton Rollnick Jr.
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The Board of Education has discovered that Tabitha, who is of school age, has not yet enrolled, placing Samantha and Darrin in contravention of state law. Beyond Samantha not liking the Board representative's inference of Samantha being unqualified to home school Tabitha, Samantha feels they have no other choice but to send Tabitha to regular, mortal school. As such, Samantha has a talk with their daughter about absolutely no witchcraft at school, no exceptions. Tabitha may have difficulties in keeping to her promise with fellow student Charlton Rollnick continually bullying her, which constantly gets her in trouble with the teacher, Mrs. Peabody. What Tabitha decides to do about Charlton not only has consequences for Charlton and Tabitha, but for Samantha in dealing with Mrs. Peabody, who believes all clingy parents like Samantha are alike thinking their child is special, and Mrs. Rollnick, a loud woman who knows about Charlton's general misbehavior and who deals with it not with ... Written by Huggo

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12 February 1972 (USA)  »

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The character portrayed by Maudie Prickett is called Mrs. Peabody. In the end credits, the character's name is listed as Miss. Vogel. See more »

Quotes

Miss Vogel: [citing school board's criteria for homeschooling] Do you have a teaching certificate?
Samantha Stephens: No, but I have a birth certificate... showing that I'm her mother.
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