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11th Nov '16 3:42:19 AM rafi
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* AfraidOfNeedles: One episode has Sabrina have to go get treated for "Witch-itis" a disease that turns her tongue green and throws her magical powers out of whack. When she initially goes she gets scared off by the the doctor's supposed needle (it was just a watering can) and refuses to get treated because of it causing the symptoms to grow worse.
5th Oct '16 4:32:47 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* WeirdnessCensor: Of TheyJustDidntCare variety, Salem often talks in front of people without anyone reacting.

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* WeirdnessCensor: Of TheyJustDidntCare variety, Salem often talks in front of people without anyone reacting.
19th Sep '16 8:35:55 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaAndTheGroovieGoolies'', this is the AnimatedAdaptation of the sitcom ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', which itself was already adapted from a comic book by ArchieComics.

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Not to be confused with ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaAndTheGroovieGoolies'', this is the AnimatedAdaptation of the sitcom ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', which itself was already adapted from a comic book by ArchieComics.
Franchise/ArchieComics.
27th Aug '16 7:10:54 AM jormis29
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* {{Gasshole}}: See BalloonBelly above. After eating all of that garlic, Sabrina becomes victim to frequent garlic-scented burps [[spoiler: which come in quite handy when fighting vampires]].

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* {{Gasshole}}: See BalloonBelly above. After eating all of that garlic, Sabrina becomes victim to frequent garlic-scented burps [[spoiler: which come in quite handy when [[VampiresHateGarlic fighting vampires]].vampires]]]].
9th Aug '16 4:24:02 PM lexicon
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* {{The Three Faces Of Eve}}: Zelda (Calm and Capable), Sabrina (Playful and innocent) and Hilda (Hot and Sexy).
4th Jun '16 3:57:51 AM rafi
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* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: When Gem is auditioning for the role of [[Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet Juliet]] she wears a purple period gown. Notably when Sabrina plays the role, the dress she wears is pink. Also Aunt Hilda, the more feminine and fashionable of the two aunts, has a purple dress as her default outfit.
3rd Jun '16 6:29:28 PM fearlessnikki
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* AdaptationalWimp: Sabrina's magic becomes weaker in this series, due to her only being a half-witch.



* ArtEvolution: Subverted. Due to only DiC and Les Studios Tex working on the series (Disney split up with DiC at the time and Melissa Joan Hart didn't produce the show anymore), the animation and character design was pretty lazy, such as how Maritza was just a recolored version of Chloe, and Cassandra was a background student (once shown in Gem's posse originally unnamed!) in the 1999 series.

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Subverted. Due to only DiC and Les Studios Tex working on the series (Disney split up with DiC at the time and Melissa Joan Hart didn't produce the show anymore), the animation and character design was pretty lazy, such as how Maritza was just a recolored version of Chloe, and Cassandra was a background student (once shown in Gem's posse originally unnamed!) in the 1999 series.



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Weirdly enough, Salem has become Sabrina's mentor and voice of reason. Confusingly, his backstory of once being an evil warlock is still retained and brought up almost every other episode.

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Weirdly enough, Salem has become Sabrina's mentor and voice of reason. Confusingly, his backstory of once being an evil warlock is still retained and brought up almost every other episode.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: While Gem and Chloe's departures were explained, we still don't know what happened to Pi, Quigley, or the Spooky Jar.
** The original comics featured a story that wrapped up the ''Sabrina: The Animated Series'' versions of the characters being used in the book at the time, and shifted the comic back to its traditional setting. They explained that Quigley had taken a job outside of the country (in Europe?), and so moved away. Pi is unexplained but due to his grades he might have gotten into a high ranking high school/boarding school.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: ChuckCunninghamSyndrome:
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While Gem and Chloe's departures were explained, we still don't know what happened to Pi, Quigley, or the Spooky Jar.
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Jar. The original comics featured a story that wrapped up the ''Sabrina: The Animated Series'' versions of the characters being used in the book at the time, and shifted the comic back to its traditional setting. They explained that Quigley had taken a job outside of the country (in Europe?), and so moved away. Pi is unexplained but due to his grades he might have gotten into a high ranking high school/boarding school.school.
** The series was preceded by a movie called ''Friends Forever'', where Sabrina bonds with another half-witch called Nicole. She does not appear at all in the series, nor is she mentioned. Also Cassandra's character model is the same as another AlphaBitch character from the movie called Portia.



* PutOnABus: Chloe and Gem.

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Chloe and Gem.



* RetCon:
** Witches are now identified by a star tattoo on the palm of their hand, and half-mortals only have a half a star. This was never seen, nor mentioned in the previous series. Sabrina now also suddenly has to use a wand to do magic.
** Enchantra now has a different character design and voice actress (British in the first series, American in the second). What's more is that she is introduced in the ''Friends Forever'' movie - as if she's never met Sabrina before. It's not clear whether it's meant to be the same character, or else two rulers of the Netherworld have the same name.
** The ''Friends Forever'' movie introduces an AlphaBitch called Portia. The series uses her character model, but a different voice actress, for Cassandra.



* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Maritza replacing Chloe, who reportedly [[WrittenInAbsence moved away]].

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Maritza replacing Chloe, who reportedly [[WrittenInAbsence moved away]].



** Also, Cassandra uses a similar character design to one of Gem's lackeys. Her character design was also used for the ''Friends Forever'' movie character Portia.
*** There is some speculation Portia and the unnamed lackey are the same character, since a character resembling Gem can be seen at graduation.

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** Also, Cassandra uses a similar character design to one of Gem's lackeys. Her character design was also used for the ''Friends Forever'' movie character Portia.
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Portia. There is some speculation Portia and the unnamed lackey are the same character, since a character resembling Gem can be seen at graduation.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Sabrina in between the two shows.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Sabrina in between the two shows. Mostly because the show became more educational, and Sabrina had to learn more Aesops.
14th May '16 3:39:48 AM rafi
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* FollowTheLeader: Deemed to be the worst example of the wave of comic book themed show imitating WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries.
14th May '16 3:38:19 AM rafi
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* IncredibleShrinkingMan: The episode "Shrink to Fit".

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* IncredibleShrinkingMan: The episode "Shrink to Fit". Sabrina and Chloe use a shrinking spell to fit into some tight jeans. Though they continue to shrink until they're practically microscopic. MagicPants is averted at first, until they find some doll clothes, which continues to shrink with them for the rest of the episode.
21st Apr '16 1:32:57 PM Glim
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* BarefootSage[=/=]DoesNotLikeShoes: the Wise Warlock from "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?" episode. Actually a DoubleSubversion: he seems to be a fraud at first, but turns out to be really wise at the end of the episode.

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* BarefootSage[=/=]DoesNotLikeShoes: BarefootSage[=/=]MagicalBarefooter: the Wise Warlock from "What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?" episode. Actually a DoubleSubversion: he seems to be a fraud at first, but turns out to be really wise at the end of the episode.


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* DoesNotLikeShoes: the Wise Warlock.
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