Sabrina's Secret Life: Season 1, Episode 26

Midsummer's Nightmare (Feb 3, 2004)

TV-YTV Episode21 min.Animation | Family
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Shakespeare's Puck leads us into this Bard-inspired story. Sabrina and Cassandra both use magic to sabotage each other's auditions to win the lead role opposite Harvey in the school play. Ms. Magrooney catches on to the supernatural antics, and casts Cassandra in the desired role and makes Sabrina the director. Sabrina's every direction is intended to prevent Cassandra from being close to Harvey, while Cassandra stops at nothing to draw him closer. After both girls separately agree to work for the good of the play and not romantic gain, Puck appears to Cassandra and promises to keep Sabrina away from Harvey. Cassandra was told by her aunt not to use magic, but she didn't say someone ELSE couldn't! Puck appears at rehearsal as Fabius, a gorgeous new student eager to be the leading man. He casts a spell that makes Sabrina fall in love with him and she immediately recasts Fabius in Harvey's role. When the spell wears off, Sabrina realizes how untalented Fabius is, and begs Harvey to come back. When Cassandra sees Sabrina's dedication to the show, she apologizes for bringing Fabius. All is well until that evening's performance when the embittered Puck tries to ruin the play. The two dedicated witches use the power of friendship to drive him away. In a fitting epilogue, Puck admits that it is much too hard to meddle in the lives of TWO witches.  Less

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