From the guys who brought you Mystery Science Theater 3000 comes the classic short film Shy Guy, with their unique blend of comedic commentary.
Larry and Louise Tate have been married for sixteen years and have no children. Louise asks Samantha to go with her to an obstetrician as tests have shown she is going to be a mother. Louise tells Samantha she is afraid to tell Larry since she believes he hates children. Larry, visiting his dentist at the medical center, sees Louise and Samantha enter the obstetrician's office. Thinking Samantha is going to have a baby, he tells Darrin, but cautions him not to say anything until Samantha tells him. In a reverie, Darrin visualizes his children as little witches. He comes to with a sinking feeling. Samantha invites the Tates to dinner. Both Larry and Darrin hover over Samantha, warning her not to exert herself. Louise is all but forgotten, but makes several unsuccessful attempts to tell Larry that he is to be a father. Finally, Samantha tells Larry. He is overjoyed. Although Darrin doesn't tell Samantha about his reverie, he is reassured when she tells him she hopes they have a child who looks just like him.
Samantha tells Endora she doesn't have time for a dress-fitting. Endora solves Samantha's problem by transforming herself into En-Sam, identical to Samantha. Bob Frazer, an author, falls for En-Sam and they do the town together. Meanwhile, Darrin tells Samantha to expect a visit from his friend, Bob Frazer. Gladys Kravitz, who has seen En-Sam with Bob, is sure the Stephens home is about to break up. After Bob sees Samantha and mistakes her for En-Sam, Samantha explains to Endora the trouble she is causing. Endora is convinced when she learns Bob is expected at the Stephens home. All of En-Sam's efforts to break with Bob fail. Bob is determined to have a showdown with Darrin over Samantha. Samantha tells Darrin that Bob has fallen in love with Endora. Endora, still En-Sam, arrives and Bob thinks En-Sam and Samantha are identical twins. Although Endora promises to give Bob Up, Samantha, knowing her mother, is not sure what she will do.
Gladys Kravitz, a neighbor, is unable to convince her husband, Abner, that strange things seem to be happening at the Stephens' home. Gladys, June Foster, and Shirley Clyde, with their sons, visit the Stephens' home to welcome Samantha to the community. Gladys is frustrated in her attempts to point out to her friends the amazing number of objects which seem to appear and disappear. When the boys pester Endora, Samantha's mother, she uses magic to tie the three of them up. On leaving, Gladys tries to point out to her friends that it would be physically impossible for three boys to tie themselves up. Later Darrin returns home for his first meeting with Endora. Endora and Darrin soon engage in a heated argument about their opposing viewpoints on life. Endora threatens to turn Darrin into as artichoke. Later Samantha expresses her love for Darrin by announcing that if Endora had done so, she would also have turned herself into an artichoke.
A.J. and Rick look for a mild-mannered chemist who turns out to be a bigamist.
Endora casts a "truth spell" on a gift from Darrin to Samantha that causes everyone embarrassment.
Old Chines proverb: Witch should blink softly and never touch cinnamon stick.
Samantha and Darrin argue over the use of witchcraft in an ad campaign.
Tabitha gets an assist from her grandmother when Endora casts a spell that turns her into a 7year-old super genius.
A memorable visit from George and Martha Washington results from Esmeralda's messed up magic.
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