It's been a little over a month since the AWESOME second season of BW was released and I'm anxious to hear when Season 3 will be released. I believe that many of us became familiar with BW starting with the third season as the first two seasons weren't seen on TV after their original run a lot as they were in black and white. Season 3 brings a lot of changes for the show. First, and foremost, this is the first season to be originally filmed in COLO R. We are also introduced to Sandra Gould as Gladys Kravitz and Kasey Rogers as Louise Tate. The original Mrs. Kravitz, Alice Pearce, had passed away the previous season due to cancer and the original Louise, Irene Vernon, left the series to persue a career in real estate. Also twins Erin and Diane Murphy begin their time as Tabatha. Eventually as they get older Erin will completely take over the role as she resembles Elizabeth Montgomery more than her sister. At the very end of the season we are also introduced to a new character, one of my favorites, Dr. Bombay played by Bernard Fox. The furniture is also updated all through the house. The master bedroom is also renovated so that instead of the head of the bed resting against a half wall with a closet behind that, there is just a wall. Here is a listing of the awesome Season Three episodes and their original airdates, which Sony regrettably doesn't include in the DVD releases: #75: "Nobody's Perfect" - Sept. 15, 1966 Samantha discovers that Tabatha is VERY much her daughter, if you know what I mean. #76: "The Moment of Truth" - Sept. 22, 1966 While celebrating their second anniversary with the Tates, Durweed finds out that Tabatha is VERY much her mother's daughter. This is the first appearance of Kasey Rogers as Louise Tate. Also David White, who played Larry, had a son in real life named Jonathan. #77: "Witches and Warlocks Are My Favorite Things" - Sept. 29, 1966 Tabatha's powers are tested by a Witches' Coven and it is decided that her care and upbringing will be taken over by Aunt Hagatha...that is until Samantha gets her father, Maurice involved. #78: "Accidental Twins" - Oct. 6, 1966 Aunt Clara babysits Tabatha and Jonathan Tate and while entertaining them with magic produces a twin of Jonathan. (This was the first episode Kasey Rogers filmed as Louise). #79: A Most Unusual Wood Nymph" - Oct. 13, 1966 Geri O'Toole, a 'friend' of Durweed's family, comes to visit and Samantha finds out that she really is a witch hating wood nymph come to carry out a curse on Durweed. #80: "Endora Moves In For A Spell" - Oct. 20, 1966 Endora and her brother Arthur argue over who is the bigger bad influence on Tabatha. To make sure Arthur isn't around her a lot, Endora zaps up a home for herself on a corner lot across from 1164 Morning Glory Circle, much to the shock of Gladys Kravitz. This marks the second appearance of Uncle Arthur in the series. This is also the first appearance of Sandra Gould as Mrs. Kravitz. #81: "Twitch or Treat" - Oct. 27, 1966 Endora decides to hold her Halloween party at Durweed and Samantha's. #82: "Dangerous Diaper Dan" - Nov. 3, 1966 The diaper service man drops off a baby rattle that is bugged so that a competing ad agency can steal all of McMann & Tate's business. #83: "The Short Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara" - Nov. 10, 1966 When trying to move a piano upstairs while babysitting, Aunt Clara accidentally knocks out power on the entire Easter Seaboard! New York experienced a blackout ike this one year earlier on 11/9/65 and just a couple years ago the Eastern Seaboard again had their power knocked out. #84: "I'd Rather Twitch Than Fight" - Nov. 17, 1966 When Samantha gives away one of Durweed's favorite ugly sports coats, they get in a huge fight, and each turn to one of the Tate's for advice. Endora decides to help Samantha out by zapping up Sigmund Freud. #85: "Oedipus Hex" - Nov. 24, 1966 Endora zaps a bowl of popcorn with a lazy spell which affects Durweed and all the other mortals who come in contact with it. #86: "Sam's Spooky Chair" - Dec. 1, 1966 Samantha buys an antique chair which turns out to be more than just a chair...it's someone she used to know! And, of course, a visiting client's wife wants the chair. #87: "My Friend Ben" - Dec. 8, 1966 (Part One) While trying to zap up an electrician, Aunt Clara gets the original electrician, Benjamin Franklin, who immediately gets himself in trouble when he wrecks an old fire engine dedicated to himself. This was the first episode to be filmed in color and the first episode that Sandra Gould filmed as Gladys. #88: "Samantha For The Defense" - Dec. 15, 1966 (Part Two) Samantha has to fight for Ben Franklin in court to get the charges of theft for stealing a fire engine dropped as Aunt Clara tries to remember how to send him back. #89: "A Gazebo Never Forgets" - Dec. 22, 1966 Tabatha covets a pink polka dotted elephant toy she sees in the park with Samantha and Aunt Clara, so her wish is granted by Aunt Clara...except she zaps up a LIVE pink polka dotted elephant. This episode marks the first of 14 episodes Dick York (Durweed, uh, Darrin!) would miss due to a back injury he acquired filming the 1959 movie "They Came to Cordura". His absences would eventually lead to his leaving the series at the end of the fifth season. #90: "Soap Box Derby" - Dec. 29, 1966 Sam helps a neighborhood boy prepare for the Soap Box derby. If Sony knew what they were doing, they would produce a featurette for this episode as the BW crew actually went to Akron, OH for the Soap Box Derby that took place there. I know there were articles about it and possibly even news casts. #91: "Sam in the Moon" - Jan. 5, 1967 When Samantha brushes off a newscast about a moon landing, flippantly stating she's been there, Durweed begins to worry that she may actually be telling the truth, especially after he finds what he believes to be a packet of moon dust. It's actually Japanese warlock tea that Samantha picked up on a shopping excursion with her mother. #92: "Ho Ho the Clown" - Jan. 12, 1967 Samantha, Endora and Tabatha attend a live taping of a kid's clown show that Durweed's client is sponsoring. When Tabatha is excluded from a contest on the show because her father is the ad man for the show, Endora makes the clown infactuated with Tabatha and he refuses to go on the air unless she is in the audience of every show. #93: "Super Car" - Jan. 19, 1967. To try and make peace with her son-in-law, Endora zaps up a new space age car Durwood had been eyeing in a magazine. Of course, he gets furious when he finds out that she's actually taken THE car (it was a proto-type) from it's creators. #94: "The Corn is as High as a Guernsey's Eye" - Jan. 26, 1967 Samantha thinks Aunt Clara has turned herself into a cow based on remarks she had made earlier about wanting to turn herself into something useful. The cow that Samantha thinks is Aunt Clara is really the mascot for a dairy company that was at Durwood's office building for a promotion. #95: "The Trial and Error of Aunt Clara" - Feb. 2, 1967 The witches' coven, headed by Endora, decides to put Aunt Clara on trial to decide whether she should be made earthbound when they see that her powers are getting worse. #96: "Three Wishes" - Feb. 9, 1967 Endora gives Durwood three wishes unbenowst to him to prove to Samantha that he would use them for selfish reasons. #97: "I Remember You...Sometimes" - Feb. 16, 1967 Endora zaps a total recall spell on Durwood's watch, which makes him a great irritation to everyone he comes in contact with, especially a client who prides himself on having a perfect memory. #98: "Art For Sam's Sake" - Feb. 23, 1967 Endora, disgusted at Samantha's amateurish attempts at an oil painting, switches her daughter's painting with that of a professional artists. That painting then goes on to win in a charity auction and is bought by a client of Durwood's. #99: "Charlie Harper, Winner" - March 2, 1967 Durwood's old college pal, Charlie, blows back in town and is still more successful at everything than Durwood. In order to impress Charlie's arrogant wife, Samantha zaps up a fur coat for herself, which hurts Durwood's pride as he feels that she must think he is failure if he can't provide her with the things she wants. In order to show him that she doesn't want anything but him, Samantha gives the coat to Charlie's wife, who had been lusting after it. #100: "Aunt Clara's Victoria Victory" - March 9, 1967 When Aunt Clara reminnces about her days in Queen Victoria's court, she decides to go back there but instead brings the Queen to the present. This is the second episode DY missed. #101: "The Crone of Cawdor" - March 16, 1967 Samantha has to prevent Durwood from kissing a hot client who is really the Crone of Cawdor in disguise. If he does kiss her she'll remain young and he will instantly age 500 years. This was one of EM's favorite episodes. #102: "No More Mr. Nice Guy" - March 23, 1967 Endora casts a spell on Durwood making everyone hate him. #103: "It's Wishcraft" - March 30, 1967 When Durwood's parents visit, Samantha has her hands full trying to cover up Tabatha's newly acquired "wishcraft" (whatever she wishes for she gets) and keep Endora and Mrs. Stephens from ripping each other to shreds. #104: "How to Fail in Business With All Kinds of Help" - April 6, 1967 Durwood thinks Madame Marush-KA, a dramatic client, is Endora in disguise causing McMann & Tate to lose her multi-million dollar account. #105: "Bewitched, Bothered and Infuriated" - April 14, 1967 When Aunt Clara zaps up a newspaper, Samantha and Durwood think it's from the next day, and are worried by it's headline about Larry Tate breaking his leg on his honeymoon, a trip that the Tates just went on. Durwood decides he wants to prevent his boss, and friend, from this injury and allows Samantha to use whatever witchcraft she needs in order to stop this from happening. They pop over to the honeymoon retreat and get in the Tates' hair only to find out that Larry broke his leg ten years ago on their honeymoon, that this trip was to make up for that one. #106: "Nobody But a Frog Knows How to Live" - April 27, 1967 Fergus, a frog turned into a man, seeks Samantha's help in turning him back into a frog. #107: "There's Gold in Them There Pills" - May 4, 1967 When Durwood catches a cold, Endora calls upon the family witch doctor, Dr. Bombay, to come cure him, which he does with a pill. Durwood gives one to a sick Larry who is also instantly cured. They decide to market the pill only to find out that it has the side effect of making your voice really high pitched. This is the first episode Dr. Bombay appears in though it's the second Bernard Fox is in. He was in the s.2 episode "Disappearing Samantha" as the witch hunter, Osgood Rightmeyer.