As Sabrina and Harvey grow closer, her aunts reveal that when a witch kisses a mortal for the first time, the mortal turns into a frog. Unable to stop herself, however, Sabrina kisses Harvey, and must find a way to change him back.



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Episode cast overview:
Libby Chessler (credit only)
Jennifer 'Jenny' Kelley (credit only)
Mr. Eugene Pool (credit only)
Paul Michael Robinson ...
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A Valentine's Day episode shows that while dating is tough when you're a teenager, it's even tougher when you're a teenage witch. Just as Sabrina and Harvey are about to share their first kiss, Salem desperately interrupts them. Sabrina's cat isn't trying to be a pest, and no, he's not jealous; rather, the feline knows that a kiss from Sabrina will turn Harvey or any boy for that matter into a frog. In order to reverse the tragic spell, Sabrina must pass the Witches' Council's "Test of True Love" to prove that her feelings for Harvey are genuine. Written by Arturo Domínguez

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy





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14 February 1997 (USA)  »

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In this episode, Zak tells Sabrina that she looks like a blonde Audrey Hepburn and that his favorite Hepburn film is Sabrina (1954). In the season one to three opening credits, one of the looks which Sabrina adopts is modeled on Holly Golightly's outfit from Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961). Holly Golightly is Hepburn's most iconic role. See more »


In the last scene, as Harvey hops away, the boom mic is visible. See more »


Sabrina Spellman: [Looking at a photography book] Isn't Annie Leibovitz cool? She knows everybody.
Harvey Kinkle: Oh, look at this one! Whoopi Goldberg in a bathtub of milk! I wonder if they warmed it before she got in?
Sabrina Spellman: I'm sure. She's a star!
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Spoofs The Dating Game (1965) See more »


Sabrina the Teenage Witch Theme
Written by: Danny Lux
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20 years ago,

20 years from this episode. One of my top favorites from the whole series. It truly signifies Valentine's Day, and how better with Harvey/Sabrina? From the Dating Game until the bridge on fire, it was such an entertaining episode and of course full of romance. Young love! Their kiss (or kisses, they couldn't get enough after they were able to kiss freely) This episode demonstrated in that moment and 7 years later, how magic and the heart had always worked together to show their true love to each other. I understand they were too young (and probably too soon) to say those 3 words to each other, but actions say more than words, in my opinion. Although, I doubt a little bit about fidelity from Sabrina over the series, but I'd think that it was her heart which was always loyal to Harvey. Sabrina/Harvey forever and ever.

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