History YMMV / SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries

8th Aug '17 10:37:59 AM dsneybuf
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* EnsembleDarkhorse:
%% Harvey and the aunts are main characters, so they don't count as Ensemble Darkhorses

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* EnsembleDarkhorse:
EnsembleDarkhorse: %% Harvey and the aunts are main characters, so they don't count as Ensemble Darkhorses
4th Jul '17 3:22:07 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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** Alvin, the cute aardvark pet of Tim the Witch Smeller.

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** Alvin, the cute aardvark pet of Tim MonsterOfTheWeek from the Witch Smeller.episode "Planet Of The Dogs".
29th Jun '17 2:07:55 PM fearlessnikki
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* EarWorm: The theme song by B*Witched.
** "It's Sabrina!...!"

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* EarWorm: EarWorm:
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The theme song by B*Witched.
B*Witched - "so have you ''seen'' her?"
** "It's Sabrina!...!"!" the catchy theme song to Sabrina's reality show ''That Witch''.



** The intro to ''Sabrina's Secret Life'' is insanely catchy.



%% Harvey and the aunts are main characters, so they don't count as Ensemble Darkhorses
** Pi gets more love than his small screen time would indicate. One of the major complaints about ''Sabrina's Secret Life'' is his departure, especially since it left Harvey without a proper best friend character to interact with.
** Chloe of course because she's voiced by Creator/CreeSummer. Half the moments on the Funny Moments tab are provided by her.



** The aunts (for the male fanbase).



** Harvey goes for the female fanbase, and some even like him better in this series.
** At least one troper ''really'' likes Pi.



* HoYay: Harvey and Pi's friendship is extremely tight knit. The two are rarely seen apart. Pi even gets jealous (very jealous) when Harvey befriends young Thomas Edison. Also the scene in "What becomes of the broken hearted, when Harvey is trying to beat the arcade game, Pi waits for him through all 50 levels, even falling asleep on the floor. There's also the scene towards the end of Paranormal Pi where, Pi is practically in tears because Harvey refused to believe him. (It's clear at the beginning of this episode that if just Harvey believes him he'll be okay). And let's not forget "I got glue babe," when after Sabrina and Gem leave the two end up a riding a rollercoaster, all day, together. That just screams 'Date'.

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* HoYay: Harvey and Pi's friendship is extremely tight knit. The two are rarely seen apart. Pi even gets jealous (very jealous) when Harvey befriends young Thomas Edison. Also the scene in "What becomes Becomes of the broken hearted, Broken Hearted", when Harvey is trying to beat the arcade game, Pi waits for him through all 50 levels, even falling asleep on the floor. There's also the scene towards the end of Paranormal Pi where, Pi is practically in tears because Harvey refused to believe him. (It's clear at the beginning of this episode that if just Harvey believes him he'll be okay). And let's not forget "I got glue babe," when after Sabrina and Gem leave the two end up a riding a rollercoaster, all day, together. That just screams 'Date'.



* JerkassWoobie: Alvin, the AntiVillain from the episode "Planet of the Dogs". Yes, he kidnapped Sabrina's family and yes, he is in serious need of a hug.

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** Another ''Sabrina's Secret Life'' episode. Sabrina at first casts a spell to make Harvey pay more attention to her and when trying to reverse it, uses an incantation "he's number one in his own eyes" - which of course backfires and makes Harvey love himself egotistically.
* JerkassWoobie: JerkassWoobie:
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Alvin, the AntiVillain from the episode "Planet of the Dogs". Yes, he kidnapped Sabrina's family and yes, he is in serious need of a hug.hug.
** Some episodes do show that Gem might be quite pitiable. Her parents freely take off to Guam, leaving her alone at Christmas. She has no real friends, and her GirlPosse only hang around her because she's rich.



* ReplacementScrappy: The voice cast change for ''Sabrina's Secret Life''.

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* ReplacementScrappy: The voice cast change for ''Sabrina's Secret Life''. Britt [=McKillip=] would especially be criticised for her annoying take on Sabrina (though she would redeem herself [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic in later years]]).
20th May '17 6:02:07 AM ladyofthelibrary
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** Harvey's BrokenPedestal / RebuiltPedestal for his favorite action hero. Actors are just that, actors and most of the time, they're ordinary people who don't do the fantastic feats we see on camera. But that doesn't mean that they're not capable of great heroics when push comes to shove.
26th Dec '16 2:02:37 PM rafi
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* HoYay:
** Harvey and Pi's friendship is extremely tight knit. The two are rarely seen apart. Pi even gets jealous (very jealous) when Harvey befriends young Thomas Edison. Also the scene in "What becomes of the broken hearted, when Harvey is trying to beat the arcade game, Pi waits for him through all 50 levels, even falling asleep on the floor. There's also the scene towards the end of Paranormal Pi where, Pi is practically in tears because Harvey refused to believe him. (It's clear at the beginning of this episode that if just Harvey believes him he'll be okay). And let's not forget "I got glue babe," when after Sabrina and Gem leave the two end up a riding a rollercoaster, all day, together. That just screams 'Date'.
** Sabrina and Chloe in "Witchy Girls" since the two of them arguing about what they want back from each other is a clear parallel to a DivorceAssetsConflict.

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* HoYay:
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HoYay: Harvey and Pi's friendship is extremely tight knit. The two are rarely seen apart. Pi even gets jealous (very jealous) when Harvey befriends young Thomas Edison. Also the scene in "What becomes of the broken hearted, when Harvey is trying to beat the arcade game, Pi waits for him through all 50 levels, even falling asleep on the floor. There's also the scene towards the end of Paranormal Pi where, Pi is practically in tears because Harvey refused to believe him. (It's clear at the beginning of this episode that if just Harvey believes him he'll be okay). And let's not forget "I got glue babe," when after Sabrina and Gem leave the two end up a riding a rollercoaster, all day, together. That just screams 'Date'.
** Sabrina and Chloe in "Witchy Girls" since the two of them arguing about what they want back from each other is a clear parallel to a DivorceAssetsConflict.
'Date'.


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* LesYay: Sabrina and Chloe in "Witchy Girls" since the two of them arguing about what they want back from each other is a clear parallel to a DivorceAssetsConflict.
26th Dec '16 1:17:20 PM fearlessnikki
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* {{Anvilicious}}: Every moral in this show.
** True, though the morals are usually done a humorous way so that it's not too annoying (the same is true for the live-action series) and sometimes it does deviate from the norm in it's morals. In "A Witchmas Carol," which at first looks like it's going to be [[YetAnotherChristmasCarol yet another version]] of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' where the complete {{jerkass}} ends up getting scared into being nice for the holiday season (in this case with Gem, who's more a jerkass here than in the entire series), Sabrina attempts to scare Gem into getting the Christmas spirit by casting a Christmas Carol spell. In a twist, the plan fails as the ghosts of Christmas past (Hilda), present (Zelda), and future (Sabrina) only make Gem love herself even more (even the fact that she won't be missed by anyone in her family -- not even her nanny -- when she dies doesn't bother her) and Sabrina discovers that she only hatched the plan because she disagreed with Gem's views on Christmas rather than as a genuine effort to change her, so Sabrina gives Gem a gift and wishes her happy holidays instead. Gem, at first, brushes off the gift, but is touched after realizing no one in her family is home with her for the holidays and Sabrina was the only person who cared enough about her to give her a present. So the moral ends up being "You shouldn't try to force someone to change, no matter how seemingly cold-hearted they are in order to save face. Instead you should try being nice to them in spite of everything else". That's one moral that you don't see in most shows like this, whether or not they do a parody of ''A Christmas Carol''.
** Don't even think about anorexia; If shrinking to the size of an ant isn't enough punishment, then General Cheesehead would like a word with you.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: Every moral in this show.
{{Anvilicious}}:
** True, though the morals are usually done a humorous way so that it's not too annoying (the same is true for the live-action series) and sometimes it does deviate from the norm in it's morals. In "A Witchmas Carol," which at first looks like it's going to be [[YetAnotherChristmasCarol yet another version]] of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' where the complete {{jerkass}} ends up getting scared into being nice for the holiday season (in this case with Gem, who's more a jerkass here than in the entire series), The dieting episode. Sabrina attempts and Chloe are desperate to scare Gem fit into getting the Christmas spirit by casting a Christmas Carol spell. In a twist, the plan fails as the ghosts pair of Christmas past (Hilda), present (Zelda), and future (Sabrina) jeans that only make Gem love herself even more (even the fact that she won't be missed by anyone come in her family -- not even her nanny -- when she dies doesn't bother her) and Sabrina discovers that she only hatched the plan one size - purely because she disagreed with Gem's views on Christmas rather than as a genuine effort to change her, so Sabrina gives Gem a gift and wishes her happy holidays instead. Gem, at first, brushes off the gift, but is touched after realizing no one in her family is home with her for the holidays and Sabrina was the only person who cared enough about her to give her a present. So the moral ends up being "You shouldn't try to force someone to change, no matter how seemingly cold-hearted they are in order to save face. Instead you should try being nice to them in spite of everything else". That's one moral that you don't see in most shows like this, whether or not they do a parody of ''A Christmas Carol''.
** Don't even
think about anorexia; If Harvey will be impressed. Everyone else points out that the model they want to look like is too skinny and scrawny. When they resort to magic to lose the weight, they end up shrinking to the size of an ant isn't enough punishment, then General Cheesehead would like earthworms.
** "Molar Molar" contains
a word with you.rather heavy-handed sequence where Sabrina goes to cross the street while the Don't Walk sign is flashing, nearly gets hit by a car and says out loud "I didn't even look both ways!"



* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The one mentioned in the ChristmasEpisode above. Also the episode where Sabrina decides to become an adult and then quickly realises all the responsibilities that come with it. Even more poignant was the spell - if she didn't reverse it within a specific time frame then she would be an adult forever. A very powerful metaphor for how if children don't enjoy their childhood while they have it, it'll be gone before they can appreciate it.

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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: SeasonalRot: Virtually no one likes ''Sabrina's Secret Life''. Fan favourite characters like Gem, Pi and Chloe get PutOnABus, Harvey becomes a complete idiot and Sabrina herself becomes a massive {{Jerkass}}. The overall quality of writing decreases, becoming far more 'educational' that the rather well-thought out Aesops of the previous show.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped:
** The ChristmasEpisode. It subverts the usual cliche of doing YetAnotherChristmasCarol where a scrooge is scared into being nice for the holidays. Sabrina's attempted spell just makes Gem love herself even more, and she grudgingly admits that she mainly just wanted revenge. So she ends up giving Gem a sincere gift and wishing her Merry Christmas anyway. Gem realises that no
one mentioned in else cared enough to be with her on Christmas, and joins Sabrina and her friends for the ChristmasEpisode above. celebrations.
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Also the episode where Sabrina decides to become an adult and then quickly realises all the responsibilities that come with it. Even more poignant was the spell - if she didn't reverse it within a specific time frame then she would be an adult forever. A very powerful metaphor for how if children don't enjoy their childhood while they have it, it'll be gone before they can appreciate it.



* {{Tearjerker}}: Poor Edward in, "My Stepmother the Babe." He believes he's found someone he loves on an emotional and intellectual level, only for his jealous daughter to cast a spell on his bride-to-be and completely warp her personality into an immature pre-teen.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: Poor Edward in, "My Stepmother the Babe." He believes he's found someone he loves on an emotional and intellectual level, only for his jealous daughter to cast a spell on his bride-to-be and completely warp her personality into an immature pre-teen. Thankfully the spell is said to wear off in a while - though not after Edward himself has been hit with it, and thoroughly embarrassing [[LaserGuidedKarma Sabrina in public]].
8th Oct '16 10:17:10 PM MarkLungo
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* {{Tearjerker}}: Poor Edward in, 'My stepmother the babe.' He believes he's found someone he loves on an emotional and intellectual level, only for his jealous daughter to cast a spell on his bride-to-be and completely warp her personality into an immature pre-teen.

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* {{Tearjerker}}: Poor Edward in, 'My stepmother "My Stepmother the babe.' Babe." He believes he's found someone he loves on an emotional and intellectual level, only for his jealous daughter to cast a spell on his bride-to-be and completely warp her personality into an immature pre-teen.
8th Oct '16 10:14:03 PM StrangeGirlDesire
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*{{Tearjerker}}: Poor Edward in, 'My stepmother the babe.' He believes he's found someone he loves on an emotional and intellectual level, only for his jealous daughter to cast a spell on his bride-to-be and completely warp her personality into an immature pre-teen.
19th Apr '16 9:59:51 AM MeerkatMario
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* EarWorm: The theme song by B*Witched

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* EarWorm: The theme song by B*Witched B*Witched.



** Also the "What's Your Favorite Flavor?" song in "Witchy Grrrls"

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** Also the "What's Your Favorite Flavor?" song in "Witchy Grrrls"Grrrls".



** The aunts (for the male fanbase)
** Harvey (for the female fanbase, and some even like him better in this series)

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** The aunts (for the male fanbase)
fanbase).
** Sheherazade, the female OneShotCharacter cat from "A Tale of Two Kitties" is definitely popular across the fanbase.
** Harvey (for goes for the female fanbase, and some even like him better in this series)series.



* FoeYay: Sabrina and Cassandra grow more and more attached to each other as the show goes on, culminating in [[spoiler: Cassandra's HeelFaceTurn at the end]].

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* FoeYay: In ''Secret Life'', Sabrina and Cassandra grow more and more attached to each other as the show goes on, culminating in [[spoiler: Cassandra's HeelFaceTurn at the end]].



** In one episode, Sabrina's teacher asks her what the ninth planet in the solar system is called. Her response: "There isn't a ninth planet. There are only eight". Cue everyone laughing at her.
** Creator/ChantalStrand voices a RichBitch and in one episode complains about her polo ponies being stolen. One wonders if one of the ponies was named [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Diamond Tiara]]. Also hilarious since Britt [=McKillip=] (Princess Cadance) is the second voice for Sabrina.

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** In one ''Secret Life'' episode, Sabrina's teacher Mr. Snipe asks her Sabrina what the ninth planet in the solar system is called. Her response: "There isn't a ninth planet. There planet, there are only eight". Cue everyone laughing at her.
** Creator/ChantalStrand voices a RichBitch Gem Stone and in one episode she complains about her polo ponies being stolen. One wonders if one of the ponies was named [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Diamond Tiara]]. Also hilarious since Britt [=McKillip=] (Princess Cadance) is the second voice for Sabrina.



* JerkassWoobie: Alvin the AntiVillain from the episode "Planet of the Dogs". Yes, he kidnapped Sabrina's family and yes, he is in serious need of a hug.
* MoeCouplet: Harvey and Pi. When Pi's around Harvey shows his protective, big brother side...which makes him even cuter.

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* JerkassWoobie: Alvin Alvin, the AntiVillain from the episode "Planet of the Dogs". Yes, he kidnapped Sabrina's family and yes, he is in serious need of a hug.
* MoeCouplet: Harvey and Pi. When Pi's around Harvey he shows his protective, big brother side...which makes him even cuter.



* SpecialEffectsFailure: In 'Documagicary' the Netherworld producer teleports away in what probably supposed to be a SmokeOut exit, but there's no smoke and Sabrina just starts coughing for no reason.

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* SpecialEffectsFailure: In 'Documagicary' "Documagicary" the Netherworld producer teleports away in what probably supposed to be a SmokeOut exit, but there's no smoke and Sabrina just starts coughing for no reason.
25th Nov '15 1:55:47 PM MarkLungo
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** Chantal Strand voices a RichBitch and in one episode complains about her polo ponies being stolen. One wonders if one of the ponies was named [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Diamond Tiara]]. Also hilarious since Britt [=McKillip=] (Princess Cadance) is the second voice for Sabrina.

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** Chantal Strand Creator/ChantalStrand voices a RichBitch and in one episode complains about her polo ponies being stolen. One wonders if one of the ponies was named [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Diamond Tiara]]. Also hilarious since Britt [=McKillip=] (Princess Cadance) is the second voice for Sabrina.
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