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Helping Tabitha with a school project, Esmerelda zaps up the real George Washington. When he wanders from the Stephens' home, he is arrested for public speaking without a permit.
Samantha is showing Tabitha Darrin's George Washington memorabilia - including a shoe buckle and a button off of one of his coats - just like in the biographical picture book they have. For show and tell at school in honor of Washington's birthday, Samantha won't let Tabitha take the actual artifacts because of their value, but will allow her to take the picture book and explain that her father does have such items in a collection. Knowing that Tabitha is disappointed in not being able to take the artifacts to school, Esmeralda figures she can just zap the buckle and button from the picture book for Tabitha to take to school, and zap them back into the book afterward, no harm and no foul if they are lost. Esmeralda doesn't zap the buckle and button from the book, but rather George Washington himself. Because of her faulty witchcraft, she can't remember the spell to get him back into the book. While Esmeralda tries to remember the spell, Samantha and Darrin have to make sure no one sees him. Their task may be more difficult than Esmeralda's as after President Washington gets over the shock of being transported into the twentieth century via witchcraft, he wants to see how the world has changed in two hundred years.
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