of True Love
# 1, "I, Darrin, Take This
Witch, Samantha" - After their honeymoon, where Samantha had
revealed to Darrin that she is a witch, Darrin tells Samantha
that he has done a lot of thinking, and that he loves her and
can't give her up. Samantha, relieved to hear that Darrin still
wants her for his wife, promises to try and live a normal, mortal
# 12, "…And Something Makes
Three" - After hours of Darrin and Larry thinking Samantha
is pregnant, the truth is revealed that it's actually Louise.
Larry's true loving nature towards Louise is briefly revealed
in this moment.
# 17, "A is for Aardvark"
- This moment is the quintessential romantic moment between
Sam and Darrin according to most fans. They both realize all they
need is each other and that having witchcraft to solve all of
your problems isn't such a great idea. Samantha sheds tears as
she explains that a simple bouquet of flowers and a watch from
Darrin means more to her than anything.
# 19, "A Nice Little Dinner
Party" - Frank and Phyllis reunite at Angel Falls, where he
proposed to her, thanks to Sam and Endora. After both of them
leaving town on the verge of divorce, they realize here their
love for each other and that they're not really as old as they
# 22, "Eye of the Beholder"
- In this moment, it's Darrin who realizes that age doesn't
matter after Endora placing the thought in his mind that Sam was
born in the 1600s. Whatever the age, all that matters is that
two people love each other.
# 32, "Illegal Separation"
- Sent to the same dream, Gladys and Abner relive Abner's
# 37, "Alias Darrin Stephens"
- After a wacky day of being a monkey, Samantha reveals to
Darrin that they are going to have their first child in this moment.
Darrin starts out gruff and slightly angry about his day, but
melts upon hearing the great news.
# 54, "And Then There Were
Three" - Darrin and Samantha see each other for the first
time after Tabitha's birth in this special moment.
# 72, "What Every Young
Man Should Know" - In the "What-if?" past, Darrin makes his
attempt to propose to Samantha before being interrupted by the
# 99, "Charlie Harper, Winner"
- In this memorable Sam and Darrin romantic moment, Sam gives
her mink coat to the spoiled Daphne Harper. After Darrin feeling
inadequate to Sam compared to witchcraft, she shows him how much
she really values him.
# 140, "Splitsville" -
Gladys and Abner again realize that beneath the bickering
and medicine taking, true love ("combined with a little hatred")
# 157, "One Touch of Midas"
- Darrin explains how for once he feels like he can overdo
it and treat Sam and Tabitha to a better life.
# 175, "And Something Makes
Four" - Darrin and Sam see each other for the first time after
Adam's birth in another special hospital moment.
"Samantha's Old Man" - Darrin again discovers that all you
need is love, and it doesn't matter how old you are. Samantha
explains that they'll grow old together, because witches can do
anything they want to do.
# 228, "Samantha and the
Antique Doll" - After Phyllis thinks she's turned Frank into
a mule, through a seance, Sam allows her discover that the key
to fixing her problems is love. Phyllis confesses her love to
Frank, Sam turns him back to normal and the elder Stephens' embrace.
# 254, "The Truth, and
Nothing but the Truth, So Help Me Sam" - While many episodes
ended in similar fashion, this moment of "I love you" is made
more special being the final moment of the entire series.
The Poignant Speeches
"Be It Ever So Mortgaged" and # 104,
"How to Fail in Business with All Kinds of Help" - Endora
recites her "Sparkle of a star" speech, to remind Samantha of
her witchly heritage.
# 27, "There's No Witch
Like an Old Witch" - Aunt Clara explains her actions to the
judge that she didn't want to disappoint the children. He then
proceeds to ask for her babysitting services to the chagrin of
the upset mother.
# 88, "Samantha for the
Defense" - Ben Franklin, after being found not guilty of stealing
a fire engine, explains his thoughts on wisdom and time in front
of everyone in court before departing.
# 95, "The Trial and Error
of Aunt Clara" - Sam makes a speech in the defense of Aunt
Clara at her trial. Sam moves for a dismissal on the grounds of
love, and the removing Clara from the witch society would be a
great loss to all.
# 119, "Samantha's Thanksgiving
to Remember" - In old Plymouth, Sam shows the people that
no one can escape the charge of witchery when we examine our differences
close enough. In defending Darrin, she shows that the hope of
the New World is the acceptances of differences and the recognition
of our common humanity.
# 165, "Samantha's Power
Failure" - In front of the Witches' Council, which has removed
her powers, Sam shows them that they are being just as bad as
those humans who tried people as witches in Salem.
# 207, "Samantha's Bad
Day in Salem" - Endora gives a speech at the witches' convention
about the resident witch of Salem. This position was made to protect
those people accused of being witches and to protect "those mortals
so foolish as to cry, 'Witch!'"
# 250, "George Washington
Zapped Here, part 2" - In the judge's chambers, Sam makes
a speech to defend George Washington bringing up the constitution
and what values Washington stands for.
Special Christmas Moments
# 15, "A Vision of Sugar
Plums" - At the north pole, Michael, the orphan who is staying
with Sam and Darrin for Christmas, discovers that what we've seen
with our hearts remains with us a thing of joy and beauty.
# 123, "Humbug Not Spoken
Here" - Mr. Mortimer, a humbug client, realizes that there's
more to life than time, money and soup because of Sam. Before
the credits roll, he has a silent moment of realization between
himself and a smiling Sam.
# 184, "Santa Comes to
Visit and Stays and Stays" - Using unique cinematography,
the audience is brought into Christmas at the Stephens' through
the window, as Sam has a special moment with baby Adam.
# 213, "Sisters At Heart"
- Client Mr. Brockway comes to the Stephens' to apologize,
as he has realized he's a racist. He is forgiven after learning
his lesson, and they invite him to stay for Christmas dinner.
"Santa Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays" and # 213,
"Sisters At Heart" - Both of these episodes feature a unique
closing moment where the camera moves backwards from the Christmas
tree behind the window and into the backyard as Sam and Darrin
# 5, "Help, Help, Don't Save
Me" and # 252, "A Good
Turn Never Goes Unpunished" - Darrin realizes it was wrong
to think Samantha would unfairly use her witchcraft to win an
account, but finds a deserted house upon coming home to apologize.
In desperation he begins to apologize out loud, hoping Sam will
hear him. She pops back and all is forgiven.
# 14, Samantha Meets the
Folks - After a rough start, and Aunt Clara leaving the house,
Sam is worried Phyllis will never like her as she is. Phyllis
confesses she never wanted Sam to be perfect, but was just afraid
she's be pushed aside and forgotten.
# 43, "Trick-or-Treat" -
After turning Darrin into a werewolf at Halloween, Sam berates
Endora for her wrongdoing and acting as a stereotypical witch.
In a rare moment, Endora apologizes to Sam and confesses that
she was wrong.
"A Bum Raps" - Horace, the bum, returns to 1164 after feeling
so guilty about helping steal all of Sam and Darrin's furniture
and household items. He reforms from his peddler ways, as Sam
and Darrin forgive him.
# 73, "The Girl with the
Golden Nose" - Darrin again realizes he was wrong about accusing
Sam for using witchcraft to help him win his account.
# 10, "Just One Happy Family"
- After Maurice has totally destroyed Darrin upon meeting
him, Samantha is furious. Even Endora defends Darrin. Sam explains
her love for Darrin and Maurice decides to try to bring him back.
"Aunt Clara's Old Flame" - Aunt Clara and her old beau, Hedley
Partridge, have many special moments in this episode, especially
when they are first reunited and finally when they both realize
that each other isn't very good at witchcraft anymore.