Monday, 19 September 2011

Bewitched


Its about a dude (Darrin Stephens) married to a woman (Samantha Stephens) who is a witch.

No not the mean manipulative type of witch, the magical kind!

So the woman is a witch with powers and her husband insists she not use her powers.

What the heck is up with some guys?

Why not have your magical wife use her magical powers? Is it an ego thing? Can't let your wife bring home a big screen TV, a new stove, or a brand new car? Does it make you feel inadequate?

Why do the only guys who get to have magical girls not want to use them to their full potential?

First its the guy in I Dream of Jeannie then its the guy here.

Well the two guys here, the actor playing the husband Darrin (Dick York) leaves the show to be replaced by another guy (Dick Sargent) who continues to play Darrin.

Wait! That's it! There both Dicks! The reason the husband never wants the wife to be powerful is cause he's a dick!

23 comments:

  1. Stupid 50's morality. If i had a wife with superpowers like that, i would forget about working ever again.
    I would be on a boat partying like it's 1999.

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  2. @Hasidic Plumber I agree! I wouldn't work ever again and I'd be on a pile of money partying like it was 2011! (hold up it is!)

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  3. That. Is some flawless logic.

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  4. I bet they made a porno after this one too.

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  5. i would let my wife use her powers, especially since shes not an evil witch

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  6. I only watched the modern one unfortunately. Is it worth watching the old one?

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  7. agree with natural one ^

    following

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  8. I've always confused I Dream of Jeannie with this show when i was young. The reason those guys are dicks is, I'm guessing, that men don't like bitches.

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  9. haha, you got it.
    But I'm sure that if I was a man and had a witch woman, I'd had no problem with a new car, some tickets for the football game... hahah

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  10. I remember one thing in this show, the story of how the cat became a cat. They hit him on the back of the neck in a faux-execution with an axe that, instead of an axe-head had a cat's face on a piece of plastic.
    That was the last time I watched it.

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  11. I've seen a few episodes. I like Paul Lynde.

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  12. I think the first one started pressuring her to use her powers, so she just replaced him.
    The second guy learned from that and kept quiet.

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  13. Haha, true that @Hasidic Plumber. I have never seen this, which year was it made/broadcasted? (by the looks of it, it's probably older than me lol)

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  14. Haha yeah it's annoying how "goody goody" these people were by stopping them from using their powers! Such a waste lol

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  15. I think I saw this once..it wasn't that bad I think I saw this once..it wasn't that bad

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  16. I used to love bewitched, I remember it being so wonderful to watch after school. Might youtube a few episodes or best-of's. Gem.

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  17. Pretty much though I don't blame them.

    It be pretty crushing to my ego if my wife was able to provide more than me.

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  18. Man, you love them old school shows! Are you sure you're not my grandma? :P

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  19. Did you know they made a "Bewitched" movie with Nicole Kidman?

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  20. Didn't this get a remake or something like that?

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