Sabrina and Salem’s Christmas

It’s the 5th day and I have chosen a sitcom that is innocent, cute, and loved by many teenagers in the 90s. It’s Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

Sabrina starts Christmas Eve horribly by fighting with Salem her black cat.

Salem hides in her backpack which she takes to the Pizzareria to meet Harvey. Harvey got her a silver necklace and she got him a scarf. They are too cute. They are about to share a kiss under the mistletoe when Salem escapes to chase after a mouse. This causes Sabrina to get kicked out. Once again Salem and Sabrina start bickering each other. Salem refuses to return home with her. A little boy comes and takes him home.

Oh Harvey, it's bee-yoot-tiful.

I couldn't resist. They are just too cute!

Salem calls her to recue him from this horrible pink-gown wearing kidnap. The boy has the typical 90s hair cut for boys with brown hair; Elijah Wood, Eric Lloyd. “He’s my cat now, ” he says to Sabrina over the phone. All Sabrina knows is that it’s a white house with a reef hanging on the door.

Dad, why did you get me the same haircut as Eric Lloyd?

Her aunts help her find the right house and she recognizes the boy’s voice over the phone but he denies he owns a cat. Sabrina comes up with an idea by dressing up as Santa so she can get into his bedroom. That’s another clever plan that is to dress up as Santa. Hey, this is going to sound horrible but . . . if you ever want to break into somebody’s house, just dress up as Santa. That’s what these episodes are teaching me!

So Sabrina the Santa gives the boy a spatula and a Neil Diamond CD Boxset  as gifts and tricks the boy that Stinky’s (Salem) gift is in the sack. He hops in and they disappear through his closet. He becomes sad it’s so adorable. Get him another cat! Somebody stop the water works and give him a cat. Fortunately the boy enjoys his new gifts and cherishes the spatula and Neil Diamond. Perhaps he doesn’t need a new cat afterall.

Gift Ideas from this episode: Guys like scarves.

Happy Holidays Everbody

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