Bewitched (1964–1972)
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A Chance on Love 

Darrin's client falls for Samantha thinking that she is Serena.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Samantha Stephens / Serena
... Darrin Stephens
... Endora (credit only)
... Larry Tate
... George Dinsdale
... Louise Tate
... Mrs. Corby
Bernie Kuby ... Waiter
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An already busy Samantha gets her days mixed up about helping out a local charity selling raffle tickets in a hotel lobby. Unable to make the commitment, Samantha, pushing the right buttons with her cousin, gets Serena to fill in for her, Serena needing to pretend to be Samantha in the process. Serena uses her natural feminine charms to sell the tickets, among them to a visiting businessman named George Dinsdale, who immediate falls for and makes a date with her. What Serena doesn't know about Dinsdale is that he is a client of McMann & Tate, his account to be handled by Darrin. Based on Dinsdale's encounter with Serena, there is a misunderstanding between Dinsdale and Samantha when they meet at a business function. When Samantha figures out it was Serena that Dinsdale met, she tries to clear the situation up with him. Unable to convince him of the fact that there is a Samantha and a Serena who look alike, Samantha has to get Serena to clear up the misunderstanding with him without ... Written by Huggo

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19 March 1970 (USA)  »

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In this episode the character of Serena, always played by Elizabeth Montgomery, was credited as being played by "Pandora Spocks". See more »

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Fly Me to the Moon
(uncredited)
Written by Bart Howard
Performed by Jack Cassidy
[George Dinsdale sings the opening lyrics of the song in the Stephens' foyer]
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