Sabrina has to fight a bad case of spring fever and deal with Dreama who has been turned into a mouse.

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Sabrina has to fight a bad case of spring fever and deal with Dreama who has been turned into a mouse.

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17 March 2000 (USA)  »

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stealing from a great show!
6 May 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Dreama is turned into a mouse, and when the two aunts are there to assist, I was just yelling out "get her one of those wheelie thingies!" and yeah, there it was, an idea purloined, that is, stolen, from BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, which is more than 10 000 000 times this one's superior. And the only good idea in this episode, is stolen! As usual, episode is overcrowded with unlikable, shallow, meaningless, boring characters, and Melissa Joan Hart is one overrated, talentless waste of space, but hell, the target audience is too dumb to be able to discern.

Up till before this series, I had loads of respect for the innate ability of young little girls to wisely select truly cute stuff. This caused a rethink. The 'me' generation is absolutely retarded if this, their beloved show, could last for seven seasons after the dismal failure that ridiculous Season 3 was.

Wimpy males (please shoot Nate!) and the shallowest heroine I've ever seen. The cat puppet has more appeal than Melissa, and coming from me, the silver-tongued jackal himself, that is the grossest insult I can level! At the beginning, the show seemed cute. But a witch show quickly degenerates. The lazier the spellcasting go, the more repugnant the characters become. It happened with CHARMED as well. This SABRINA should not have gone past Season 2. But no, it is so beloved, it lasts for more than half a decade, and all is available on DVD, and it seems everybody just loves it. Why? Why??? Why??????? Spells were cast, the answer! MJH is a witch in real life, I guess. Or maybe it's that big goof Caroline Rhea, might explain how a talentless dumbo could land such a big part in a long-running show, and be a millionaire a zillion times over, I suppose.

The Raven isn't usually so bitter, but I bought into this thing, it looked promising, but, gee, people! Wanna punish a guy? Force them to watch this gay little parade of ridiculous ineffectual characters.


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