Sabrina's Secret Life (2003–2004)
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Sabrina is excited when Maritza asks her to go to the Plain Brain concert, but when her aunts invite her on a trip to the hyper spa at the same time as the concert, Sabrina must make a hard... See full summary »
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Aunt Zelda (voice) (as Tina Bush)
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Tifanie Christun ...
Cassandra (voice)
Alexandra Collins ...
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Sinclair Cook ...
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Ben Einstein ...
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Christopher Gaze ...
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Salem (voice)
Vincent Maliani ...
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Sabrina Spellman (voice)
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Sabrina is excited when Maritza asks her to go to the Plain Brain concert, but when her aunts invite her on a trip to the hyper spa at the same time as the concert, Sabrina must make a hard choice! Sabrina finally phones the bad news to her crushed best friend and wishes she could go back in time and fix the situation. Just then, a large worm named Wiggles appears from the Netherworld to offer Sabrina a time travel watch so she can go to both the concert AND the hyper spa! Sabrina quickly buys it, and without reading the owners' manual, begins time traveling immediately. Sabrina goes to the concert - twice - and then onto the hyper-spa with her aunts. Despite Salem's warnings, Sabrina continues time traveling to fix all her problems. Exhausted from all the activity, Sabrina accidentally sleeps through the real concert and the hyper-spa trip! When she wakes up, she has aged dramatically. When she goes back in time again, Maritza is dating Harvey, and neither of them even recognizes her...

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Animation | Family

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20 January 2004 (USA)  »

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