The fourth season of Sabrina the Teenage Witch aired from September 1999 until May 2000, and consists of 22 episodes. The season mainly focuses on Sabrina's final year of high school, her mentoring young witch Dreama, avoiding Harvey's new best friend Brad the witch hunter, and her love triangle between Harvey and Josh.
- Season Four has a photo gallery
No one can resist her! The magic and laughs return as Sabrina, the Teenage Witch returns for season 4. This year Sabrina turns eighteen, only to discover she must now mentor another teen witch, Dreama. Also, newly promoted Principle Kraft is still dating Aunt Zelda, much to the chagrin of Aunt Hilda, who this season buys a magic clock shop. But with her boyfriend Harvey, her talking cat Salem and her new boss Josh in her corner, this popular teen always saves the day! Highlights include Sabrina and Harvey's prom, plus a season-end twist you won't believe! The magic never ends on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch!
- Melissa Joan Hart as Sabrina Spellman
- Caroline Rhea as Hilda Spellman
- Beth Broderick as Zelda Spellman
- Nate Richert as Harvey Kinkle
- Nick Bakay as the voice of Salem Saberhagen
- Martin Mull as Willard Kraft
- David Lascher as Josh Blackhart (13 episodes)
- China Shavers as Dreama (12 episodes)
- Jon Huertas as Brad Alcerro (12 episodes)
- Mary Gross as Mrs. Quick (4 episodes)
- Ginger Williams as Colette (2 episodes)
- Essence Atkins as Marnie (2 episodes)
Season 4 (1999–2000) Corus YTV Canada January 17, 2006 and February 22, 2006
In season 4, Sabrina finally turns eighteen, and she's looking forward to her senior year as Libby has been sent off to boarding school. But her excitement is dashed when Harvey's best friend, Brad Alcerro, enrolls at Westbridge High, and is always hostile towards Sabrina due to a rare witch-hunting gene that he has. Things get worse for Sabrina when she discovers Mr. Kraft has been made principal, and best friend, Valerie, who was meant to spend her senior year living with Sabrina and her aunts, decides to stay with her family in Alaska. Shortly afterwards, Sabrina finds herself mentoring a witch named Dreama. Sabrina also gets a part-time job at a coffee shop, but she soon finds herself falling for her boss, Josh, putting her relationship with Harvey in jeopardy. In the season finale, Harvey discovers Sabrina is a witch. Also, Zelda continues to date Mr. Kraft until the season's penultimate episode when she breaks off their relationship. Also, Hilda buys a clock shop with a magical Lost in Time Clock in the back room.
|Episodes in USA||Episodes in Canada||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date USA and Canada||Prod.code||US viewers
|76||76||"No Place Like Home"||Linda Day||Dan Berendsen||September 24, 1999
January 17, 2006
|On her 18th birthday, Sabrina's father asks her to move to Paris. Now that Libby has gone to a private school, and Valerie has moved to Alaska with her parents, an anxious Sabrina becomes convinced that Harvey and her aunts don't really care for her, and sets out for her new life in France. When Salem gets heartbroken he decides to start a Civil War on Pluto so Sabrina will come to her senses and return home to him and Hilda and Zelda, where she belongs.
Notes: First appearance of Jon Huertas as Brad Alcerro. During the ending credits, the music video for "(You Drive Me) Crazy" is shown. Guest Star: Britney Spears
|77||77||"Dream a Little Dreama Me"||Linda Day||Sheldon Bull||October 1, 1999
January 18, 2006
|Sabrina discovers she must tutor apprentice witch Dreama-an accident-prone girl a little too fond of trying out magic while in the Mortal Realm-or risk banishment. The assignment is made more dangerous by Harvey's old friend Brad, who is unknowingly a born witch-hunter. Meanwhile, a bored Hilda gives up the violin and impulsively purchases a magic clock shop.
Note: First appearance of China Jesuita Shavers as Dreama.
|78||78||"Jealousy"||Jeff Melman||Frank Conniff||October 8, 1999
January 19, 2006
|When Sabrina has Harvey write a Basketball article for the school newspaper, she starts to feel left out when he asks Brad to help him with it. To make matters worse, she can't share her problems with Valerie since she rarely calls anymore. Sabrina then starts to percolate with jealousy since Harvey is spending a lot of time hanging out with Brad and Dreama isn't around to spend time with her. As a result, Sabrina develops jealitosis, a condition that causes jealousy to get out of control. Sabrina then ignores her aunt's warnings to be happy for the people she's jealous of and ultimately ends up in the "Jealous Sea" where Salem helps her realize that while she can be happy for other people, it won't diminish what she has. While Sabrina is dealing with her jealousy, Mr. Kraft becomes more irritable than usual when he finds out his brother Wally is coming to visit him.
Note: Salem says he needs to complain about Nick Bakay's constant talk of the Buffalo Bills (In which he would complain about himself as Nick Bakay provides his voice)
|79||79||"Little Orphan Hilda"||Tom Cherones||Nick Bakay||October 15, 1999
January 23, 2006
|When Sabrina asks Hilda and Zelda if Grandma Spellman can come to visit, they start acting rather unenthusiastically at the prospect of their mother's visit. After about five minutes of visiting with their mother, Hilda and Zelda escape to the clock shop to avoid their mother's nagging. Things get worse for them when Sabrina accidentally lets it slip to Grandma that Hilda gave up playing the violin to buy her shop, and that Hilda and Zelda are actually adopted. When Sabrina realizes she is the reason her aunts lost their sense of self, she takes it upon herself to learn the identity of Hilda and Zelda's biological parents.|
|80||80||"Spoiled Rotten"||Linda Day||Dan Berendsen||October 22, 1999
January 24, 2006
|As the businesses on Water Street organize a charity drive to help the citizens of Honduras, Sabrina gets her first credit card from the Other Realm and starts buying things like crazy. She then ignores Zelda and Hilda's warnings that buying anything she wants without having to pay for it and ultimately catches "Getititis." Things get worse for Sabrina when she finds out that she has become spoiled rotten after she donates her aunt's magical mementos to the high school's rummage sale. In order to fix her problem before she becomes slimy ooze, Sabrina has to get back all the things that got sold at the rummage sale. Meanwhile, Salem has his paws full when he adopts a "DogMan" from the Other Realm.|
|81||81||"Episode LXXXI: The Phantom Menace"||Kenneth R. Koch||Charlie Tercek||October 29, 1999
January 25, 2006
|When Sabrina gets a job at a nearby coffee house, she decides to work on Halloween night instead of celebrating the holiday with her aunts. After Hilda and Zelda learn of Sabrina's plans, they try to warn her that she can't run away from Halloween, but Sabrina refuses to take their warning seriously. As Hilda and Zelda anxiously prepare for their Halloween dinner with Edgar Allan Poe, Sabrina and Dreama eventually celebrate the holiday in their own way: when a group of Other Realm Zombies arrive at the coffee house to help them experience the fun of Halloween.
Note: First appearance of David Lascher as Josh.
|82||82||"Prelude to a Kiss"||Dinah Manoff||Betsy Borns||November 5, 1999
January 26, 2006
|While Sabrina and Dreama talk about the crush she has on Josh, Sabrina finds herself in a sticky situation of having the opportunity to help Josh with his English homework on the same night of Harvey's football game. As a result, Sabrina asks Dreama if she could go Harvey's game and page her if he gets put in the game. However, after one too many false alarm pages by Dreama, Sabrina turns off her pager, leaving her friend in the tight spot of having to cover for her when Harvey starts looking for her in the stands. When Harvey learns that Sabrina had to rush home, he goes right over to the Spellman's and gets an unpleasant surprise of finding Sabrina kissing Josh. Meanwhile, Hilda and Zelda find themselves overwhelmed by all the work at the Clock Shop that they neglected their chores around the house. As a result, they are forced to hire their old friends the pirates as maids.|
|83||83||"Aging, Not So Gracefully"||Kenneth R. Koch||Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips||November 12, 1999
January 30, 2006
|As Sabrina walks into the coffee house, she tries acting more mature in an attempt to catch Josh's eye. However, when he only sees her as a high school kid, Sabrina decides to look in her magic book to see if there is a spell or magical potion to make her appear older to Josh, and eventually finds a face cream called "Oil of Old Age". At first the cream works great in making Sabrina appear older to Josh, but the more Sabrina uses it, she eventually turns into an elderly woman. After Harvey brings her home, Hilda and Zelda have to take time out of getting feuding scientists Pierre and Marie Curie back together in order to return Sabrina to normal. Meanwhile, Salem comes up with an ill thought out plan to meet Paula Abdul.|
|84||84||"Love Means Having to Say You're Sorry"||Kenneth R. Koch||Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips||November 19, 1999
January 31, 2006
|Since getting caught by Harvey kissing Josh, Sabrina starts to think of ways to get Harvey to forgive her. However, since Harvey started dating another girl, patching things up with him gets difficult for her. At hearing Harvey will be spending Thanksgiving with Colette, Sabrina gets so depressed that she rushes to the clock shop to ask her aunts for advice before going to work. After hearing Harvey wants his stuff back since their break up, Salem starts taking what happened harder than Sabrina, but soon gets comforted when Hilda and Zelda announce their intention of making Thanksgiving dinner to cheer Sabrina up. Eventually, Sabrina and Harvey straighten things out and start dating again. They then share a nice Thanksgiving dinner with Sabrina's aunts and the Pilgrims they conjured up to do the cooking.|
|85||85||"Ice Station Sabrina"||Jeff Melman||Sheldon Bull||November 21, 1999
February 1, 2006
|When Harvey surprises Sabrina with a romantic weekend skiing in the mountains, she is less than thrilled at the prospect of being driven up to the cabin by Brad. After finding this out, Sabrina starts to panic and asks her aunts what she should do. Hilda and Zelda then decide that Salem should go with the kids so he can tell Sabrina if she could use her magic or not in front of Brad, making him less than thrilled at missing a Western movie marathon on television. However, things don't go as planned when Brad's witch-hunting gene kicks in when she uses her magic to fix his car's heater. As a result, they get stuck in a snowbank on the side of the road. Later, when Brad's father shows up at Hilda and Zelda's to find out about the kids, they decide to go and look for Sabrina, Harvey, and Brad. It is at this time that Hilda and Zelda are able to use their magic to change the weather before Brad is able to identify Sabrina as a witch. The aunts also zap a disappointed Salem back home, where the movie marathon is just ending.|
|86||86||"Salem and Juliette"||Kenneth R. Koch||Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips||December 10, 1999
February 2, 2006
|As Salem unhappily prepares for his upcoming class reunion, Hilda and Zelda have to go to the Other Realm in order to become licensed to run the clock shop. While they're gone, Sabrina and Dreama find the perfect date for Salem to take to his reunion: Dreama's cat Juliette, a former witch who got caught trying to take over the universe. After taking care of that, Sabrina goes to work with Mrs. Quick, trying to uncover a story about the lackluster food being served in the cafeteria and its possible relation to Mr. Kraft's sudden wealth. However, the story falls through when their source claims supernatural events have been going on at school, instead of accusing Mr. Kraft of funneling school money for his personal use.|
|87||87||"Sabrina, Nipping at Your Nose"||Anson Williams||Frank Conniff||December 17, 1999
February 6, 2006
|With Christmas approaching, Sabrina gets in a bad mood due to the nonstop snowing in Westbridge. When she hears a contest on the radio where the grand prize is a weeklong getaway to Jamaica, Sabrina gets excited when Zelda is able to answer the question for her. However, when the bad weather threatens to leave the Spellman women stranded in town for the holidays, Salem suggests that Sabrina tamper with the weather so they could still make their flight to Jamaica. As a result, Sabrina gets turned into a snowman by Mother Nature in retaliation for changing the weather in Massachusetts. Mother Nature then turns her back to normal, but punishes Sabrina by giving her the task of cheering up Mr. Kraft. As Sabrina gets to work on her task, Salem receives the 12 Days of Christmas while Hilda and Zelda hire a pair of Christmas elves to help out with the holiday rush, only to find out they're little thieves.|
|88||88||"Now You See Her, Now You Don't"||Sheldon Bull||Charlie Tercek||January 7, 2000
February 7, 2006
|When Sabrina and Harvey are nominated the "cutest couple" at Westbridge High's Winter Ball, she finds the perfect dress for the dance in the Other Realm. However, when Sabrina discovers it is one size too small, Salem encourages her to take diet shakes made in the Other Realm that eventually cause her to disappear. In order to rematerialize in time for the dance, she and Salem order a magical camera that adds 100 pounds, and she has to take it to the dance to avoid disappearing again. It is only after she misplaces her camera that Sabrina disappears again and overhears her classmates say the reason why they voted for her and Harvey was due to how down to earth she is, resulting in Sabrina returning to normal.|
|89||89||"Super Hero"||Melissa Joan Hart||Nick Bakay||January 21, 2000
February 8, 2006
|It is Career Week at school, and Mr. Kraft is feeling disenfranchised about his life as an educator as a result. After resigning as principal, Zelda encourages him to try something new; Mr. Kraft soon finds his way to a job at the coffee shop where Sabrina works, much to her horror. Wanting to get rid of him, Sabrina turns to Hilda for help, and they concoct a dream-come-true potion to help Mr. Kraft live out his childhood dream. Sabrina's spell works at first, but when Brad accidentally uses it on Harvey, Sabrina has to deal with making her boyfriend live out his dream while helping Mr. Kraft fly to Paris to fulfill his.
Note: This episode marks Melissa Joan Hart's Sabrina directorial debut.
|90||92||"Love in Bloom"||Jeff Melman||Dan Berendsen||February 11, 2000
February 13, 2006
|Valentine's Day is around the corner when an anonymous valentine arrives at the Spellman home. At first Sabrina and Zelda think it was sent by Harvey or Mr. Kraft, but upon learning it wasn't from them, they conclude that it was sent to Hilda by an admirer. Hoping to cheer Hilda up after having to return Daniel Boone back the past, Sabrina and Zelda rush to give her the good news, only to find out she has been hiding Daniel in the attic. Meanwhile, Sabrina soon comes down with "Candy-Heart Syndrome," causing her aunts to realize that the valentine was sent to her by Josh. As a result, Sabrina has to find a way, with Roland's help, to get Josh to stop vying for her heart before the spell causes her to break up with Harvey. It is during this time that Salem decides to wage war on a neighborhood bird.|
|91||90||"Welcome Back, Duke"||Kenneth R. Koch||Miriam Trogdon||February 25, 2000
February 9, 2006
|After Salem learns one of his old cronies, Duke (Dick Van Dyke), has completed his sentence as a cat, he asks Hilda and Zelda if Duke can stay with them long enough to get back on his feet. After they reluctantly agree, everybody learns that Duke's magic is quite rusty, and he soon blows up Hilda's clock shop when left in charge. To make matters worse, while Sabrina is practicing for an upcoming school musical, he gives her two right feet and puts a spell on Harvey that makes him act like a child. Hilda and Zelda eventually manage to reverse Duke's spells, thanks to some help from John Salley.|
|92||91||"Salem's Daughter"||Jeff Melman||Sheldon Bull||March 3, 2000
February 13, 2006
|After Sabrina reads a wedding announcement in the Other Realm newspaper for Annabelle Saberhagen, she asks Salem if he's related to her. Salem admits to being Annabelle's father, and he runs out of the room, heartbroken over the fact he hasn't seen Annabelle in decades. When Sabrina finds Salem, she asks if he would like her to visit the Other Realm to talk to his daughter. After traveling to the Annabelle's house, Sabrina explains to her that Salem would like to mend the rift between them. When Annabelle asks her to be her maid of honor to express her gratitude, Sabrina is too surprised to turn her down. Things then get weird when Sabrina finds out the odd customs that she has to perform as maid of honor in Annabelle's Other Realm wedding. Meanwhile, as Sabrina and her aunts are in the Other Realm for Annabelle's wedding, Harvey gets the idea Sabrina wants to get married when a wedding magazine falls out of her locker. Daniel Boone was intended to be introduced in this episode, and his story was to continue in Love in Bloom, however, the episodes were aired out of order, causing mild confusion. WWF wrestler Billy Gunn made an host appearance as Xavier Prescott, the avenger.|
|93||93||"Dreama, the Mouse"||Kenneth R. Koch||Charlie Tercek||March 17, 2000
February 15, 2006
|With the annual senior skip day quickly approaching at Westbridge High, Sabrina develops a bad case of spring fever. Having a hard time concentrating in class, she soon gets into a lot of trouble when Brad experiences her daydreams and the possibility of Mr. Kraft canceling the annual event after giving Dreama spring fever. Things get worse for Sabrina when Dreama does magic in front of Brad, thus being transformed into a mouse. As a result, Sabrina has the difficult task of overcoming her case of spring fever while turning Dreama back to normal and removing Brad's witch-hunter gene.|
|94||94||"The Wild, Wild Witch"||Sheldon Bull||Sheldon Krasnor & David Saling||March 31, 2000
February 16, 2006
|When Sabrina gets in trouble for handing out free drinks at work, skipping her curfew, missing a newspaper deadline and putting off getting her homework done, Hilda and Zelda decide to ground her for a week. Annoyed at all the rules she has to follow, Sabrina proclaims she can't wait for college so she doesn't have to follow so many rules. At that point Jedediah, a magic prospector working with Salem, sends Sabrina to a Wild West town governed by a large number of rules. When the old sheriff gives Sabrina the job so she can become a dance-hall girl, her first rule is to abolish the rules. As a result, the town becomes chaotic when the citizens start kicking up their heels. However, when Sabrina has to confront the Petulant Kid, she changes her mind and realizes that rules and boundaries are good things.
Note: Final appearance of Mary Gross as Mrs. Quick.
|95||95||"She's Baaaack!"||Leonard Garner Jr.||Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips||April 14, 2000
February 20, 2006
|After Sabrina's cousin Amanda comes to town for a visit, Sabrina gets a surprise when it appears Amanda is no longer her usual bratty self. When it looks like they have become the best of friends, Salem lets Sabrina in on the secret that Amanda has a crush on Josh, but when Sabrina gets called down to the coffee house by Josh, she immediately realizes Amanda set them up so she can spend the afternoon with Harvey, the guy she actually has a crush on. Hilda and Zelda are trapped in a genie bottle, so Sabrina has to turn to Salem to find a way to get Amanda to grow up and stop trying to become Harvey's girlfriend.
Note: Guest Star Emily Hart as Amanda Wicken.
|96||96||"The Four Faces of Sabrina"||Henry Winkler||Sheldon Bull||April 28, 2000
February 21, 2006
|When Sabrina is accepted to different colleges, she feels pressured by Josh, Harvey and Zelda to choose their favorite, but her indecisiveness and need to please everyone causes her to split into four separate Sabrinas. The four faces meet at the senior prom, where they all took different dates-Zelda, Hilda, Harvey and Josh. When Sabrina finally pulls herself together, she announces her decision as to where she will attend college...
Note: Final appearance of China Jesusita Shavers as Dreama.
|97||97||"The End of an Era"||Leonard Garner Jr.||Frank Conniff||May 5, 2000
February 22, 2006
|Josh and Harvey are fighting for Sabrina's affection, so she feeds them magic friendship bread to bring peace between the two, but they become too close and ignore her. When a frustrated Sabrina undoes the spell, the fighting between the boys worsens. As a last resort, she forces them to compete for her in a magical obstacle course -- then learns that it is a fight to the death. Harvey's unselfish concern for Josh prevents disaster, but Sabrina has used up her quota of magic on Harvey: Josh will think it is all a dream, but Harvey arrives at Sabrina's house demanding what will happen to their relationship now that he knows she's a witch.
Notes: This was the series' final episode on ABC. It marks the final appearance of Martin Mull as Mr. Willard Kraft and Jon Huertas as Brad Alcerro.
- This is the final season of the series to be aired on ABC. After the network cancelled the show, it was picked up by The WB.
- This season is the final of what fans call "Classic Sabrina" or the "High School Years." It also features the final appearances of characters such as Roland, Mrs. Quick, and Mr. Kraft.
- This is the first season that Libby does not appear in.
- Valerie is mentioned in "No Place Like Home" when Sabrina says that Valerie is coming to stay. However, Valerie does not appear in the episode. It is later announced that Valerie is unable to come to stay with Sabrina.
- The second TV Movie, "Sabrina Down Under," aired during this season's run.
- A screencap from "Sabrina Down Under" was used on the back of the season four DVD cover (Sabrina riding on Spout), however the movie was not included in the set and has yet to be given an official DVD release.