A little witch's hexes causes big trouble for Sofia and her friends. When she asks the witch to stop she says it's going to be hard. Sofia helps her mend her evil ways but will Sofia stop the hexes or will chaos have it's way?

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Sofia (voice)
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Jade (voice)
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Prince Khalid (voice)
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A little witch's hexes causes big trouble for Sofia and her friends. When she asks the witch to stop she says it's going to be hard. Sofia helps her mend her evil ways but will Sofia stop the hexes or will chaos have it's way?

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Ruby: I wish it was your birthday very day. Except on my birthday.
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Sofia The First Theme
Music by John Kavanaugh
Lyrics by John Kavanaugh and Craig Gerber
Performed by Ariel Winter and Laura Dickinson
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Pretty good episode
15 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

*This review may contain spoilers* This episode decided to take a break from the palace location and take us back to the village where Sofia grew up. There;we see Jade, Ruby, and Sofia decorating for Jade's birthday party. But, soon, a mischievous little witch named Lucinda (whom I quite enjoy as a character) starts playing tricks on the girls. Apparently, she came to the village a few months after Sofia left for the palace. What I like about this episode is that Sofia is willing to reason with Lucinda rather than assuming she's the evil witch everyone else believes her to be. As Sofia gets to know her, we find out that the only reason why Lucinda hexes so many people is because she doesn't know how else to act, so she isn't really evil. Soon, Lucinda decides to prove her reformation by fixing her mistakes. This delivers the message that actions speak louder than words, making "The Amulet and the Anthem's" moral unnecessary. However, one flaw rears its ugly head when Jade refuses to forgive Lucinda. It's not this that's the problem, it's how Jade handles it. Her behavior is displayed in a more mean-spirited manner rather than a distrustful manner. Her behavior quickly escalates as she says that she'll never invite Lucinda (right in front of her face, I might add), setting up a "witch trap", and even making a piñata of Lucinda (can you say "sadistic?!). However, Jade eventually forgives Lucinda and amends are soon made.

All in all, I quite enjoyed this episode. Lucinda was certainly an interesting character that I hope to see more of and the morals were very important one. The reason why I say "morals" is because there are two. The one stated is that you should forgive others and give them a second chance if they hurt you (like how God did with Jonah). However, there is another presented when Lucinda undoes her mistakes and this states that actions speak louder than words. This episode is certainly worth a watch!


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