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Bewitched VS I dream of Jennie


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Bewitched VS I dream of Jennie  

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I always liked Bewitched better. For one thing Liz Montgomery is a better actress IMO than Barbara Eden and the story on Bewitched makes better sense. Some say they are both stupid because Sarge Nelson and Darrin Stephens both have a magical counterpart but they both do not take advantage of it. Wasn't Bewitched mutual?? Didn't Samantha not want to use her magic either so she could live a normal life but her family and other things kept getting in the way? So I guess, if I am right, Bewitched had more of a dynamic because Sam's inner struggle.

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No contest, Bewitched- Samantha was smart and could pop in and out of centuries and had funnier relatives.

Jeannie set woman's lib back a hundred years by calling the Major "Master" and couldn't get out of the

bottle for a thousand years...lol

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I read somewhere that Jeannie was the conservative counterpart of Bewitched. Part of the reason why I like BW Better is because it seemed more real yet funnier.

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I always liked Bewitched better. For one thing Liz Montgomery is a better actress IMO than Barbara Eden and the story on Bewitched makes better sense. Some say they are both stupid because Sarge Nelson and Darrin Stephens both have a magical counterpart but they both do not take advantage of it. Wasn't Bewitched mutual?? Didn't Samantha not want to use her magic either so she could live a normal life but her family and other things kept getting in the way? So I guess, if I am right, Bewitched had more of a dynamic because Sam's inner struggle.

Liz Montgomery might have been a bit better actress, but I liked Barbara because of her sunnier disposition, and Barbara was a bigger overall talent, because she could sing and dance as well.

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