Bewitched: Season 3, Episode 7

Twitch or Treat (27 Oct. 1966)

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Endora throws a Halloween party at Darrin and Samantha's and Uncle Arthur causes havoc.



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The house that Endora zapped up across the street in her feud with Uncle Arthur has reappeared. The reason?: Endora is planning on holding a special Halloween party there, to which Samantha and Darrin are invited among her special guests. The one person not invited: Uncle Arthur. Darrin refuses to attend if only because of the house itself. Endora decides to accommodate Darrin's objection by holding the party elsewhere: at their house. Regardless, Uncle Arthur plans on crashing the party. Beyond the continuing feud between Endora and Uncle Arthur, the one thing that may dampen the mood of the party is a nosy Gladys Kravitz, who brings in what she considers the big guns in investigating the unusual goings-on at the Stephens house. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy


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27 October 1966 (USA)  »

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One of the warlocks in the party scene is wearing a gold lamé outfit worn by Conrad Birdie in "Bye Bye Birdie", which Paul Lynde (Uncle Arthur) starred in both on Broadway and in the filmed version. See more »


The first glimpse you see of the Halloween party, you see a tray with champagne glasses. Boris the Warlock walks to it and picks one up. A few minutes later, Boris arrives at the front door of the house with his familiar, Eva, and greeted by Endora. See more »


Endora: 'Twas the night before Halloween, and all who were witches were sipping champagne...
Uncle Arthur: They'd be stoned for a week.
Endora: The witches and warlocks in Rome by the score, with their ladies attired in the best by Dior...
Uncle Arthur: Checking their warts as they came through the door.
Endora: And all the odd little mortals all snug in their beds, while visions of trick-or-treat danced in their heads. Our children were practicing spells and their chants...
Uncle Arthur: And even the poltergeists pulled off their pants.
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