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Characters: Sabrina the Teenage Witch This is the character sheet for Sabrina the Teenage Witch.


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Main Characters 

Sabrina SpellmanEdit


Zelda SpellmanEdit


Hilda SpellmanEdit


Salem SaberhagenEdit


Harvey KinkleEdit

  • Adorkable
  • Big Man on Campus
  • Book Dumb
  • The Bus Came Back: Left the show after Season Four, but made a handful of cameo appearances in Season Five, before he returned as a regular character in Season Six.
  • The Ditz: Occasionally he can be extremely clueless, but his heart is in the right place.
  • Give Geeks a Chance: A rare example of a female geek with a male hottie. Sabrina (Cool Loser though she may be) is the unpopular, science and math loving girl who ends up with popular jock Harvey. (Although most female geeks don't look like Melissa Joan Hart, Maxim covergirl.)
  • Lovable Jock
  • Nice Guy
  • Odd Friendship: After learning Sabrina's secret, Harvey develops one of these with Salem.
  • Official Couple: With Sabrina.
  • Put on a Bus: After season 4.
  • Romantic Runner-Up: In later seasons. That is, until the series finale, when he and Sabrina end up together. A file from the X-Files Website later confirms that Aunt Irma - you know, the crazy lady with a temper that likes turning people into things - officiated the common-law wedding of Harvey and Sabrina and that they later lived in a house outside of Westbridge.
  • Secret Keeper: In later seasons.


    Recurring Characters 

Libby ChesslerEdit

  • Alpha Bitch: Former Trope Namer.
  • The Bully: She enjoys tormenting Sabrina and her friends, and calling Sabrina a "freak" as regularly as possible.
  • The Cheerleader
  • Fate Worse than Death: In an episode where Sabrina began working as a temporary sandman and started invading people's dreams, she learned Libby actually enjoys going to high school because she can humiliate and belittle others. The next day Sabrina lied and told Libby she'd heard that she won a scholarship and would be studying abroad, out of a regular school. The mere thought of it completely horrified Libby.
  • Freudian Excuse: In "Five Easy Pieces of Libby", it's strongly implied that the reason Libby doesn't show compassion for other people is because it's never been shown to her.
  • Informed Attractiveness
  • Jerkass
    • Hidden Heart of Gold: It's been stated that Libby has yet to develop compassion or empathy for her fellow human beings, but it's been proven that she has a soft spot for and genuinely loves her grandmother, whom she goes to amusement parks with on her birthday to ride roller coasters.
  • Karma Houdini: At times, but subverted on quite a few occasions.
  • Put on a Bus: After season 3.
  • Rich Bitch
  • The Rival: She has a crush on Sabrina's boyfriend Harvey.
  • Single Girl Seeks Most Popular Guy: Harvey, see above.
  • Smug Snake
  • Terrible Trio: She and her Girl Posse.

Jennifer "Jenny" KelleyEdit


Mr. Eugene PoolEdit


DrellEdit


Valerie BirkheadEdit

Vice Principal/Principal Willard KraftEdit


DreamaEdit


Bradley "Brad" AlcerroEdit


JoshEdit


Roxie KingEdit

      • Character Development: Roxie starts season 5 as an anti-social moody bitch and ends the series as one of Sabrina's closest friends.
      • Cute Bruiser: She's the shortest main character (not counting Salem who is a cat) but she's very tough.Miles: God, that felt great! I’ve always dreamt of kicking in a door.Roxie: And since I did the kicking, you can keep on dreaming.
      • Deadpan Snarker
      • Defrosting Ice Queen
      • Freudian Excuse: Roxie being the way she is gets explained in seasons 6 and 7 when we find out her mother was in prison for theft and her father and stepmother pay her no attention, resulting in her never even having a proper Christmas.
      • Grumpy Bear
      • Jerk with a Heart of Gold
      • Lethal Chef: When she tried to make food for a soup kitchen. She only knew how to make starch dishes and her spaghetti managed to break the fork.
      • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Miles' Feminine Boy.
      • Rapunzel Hair: Was always pretty long but had gotten well past her waist by season 7. She lampshades this in one episode where she says she has a lot of hair to wash.
      • The Snark Knight
      • Soap Box Sadie
      • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Morgan and/or Sabrina's Girly Girls.


Morgan CavanaughEdit

      • Brainless Beauty
      • Calling the Old Man Out: During one Christmas episode, Sabrina spent the holiday with Morgan and her family. The viewers learned that Morgan's parents constantly argue with one another and show no consideration to the fact that Morgan has constantly attempted to make them happy. After talking about it with Sabrina, Morgan finally calls her parents out for their constant, thoughtless criticism and decides she's not taking it anymore. This gets her parents to realize how they've treated her and they become more considerate.
      • Characterization Marches On: Started as mostly a nuisance but developed into a loyal friend (albeit a shallow, ditzy one.)
      • Fiery Redhead: At times, though she usually acts more like a Dumb Blonde.
      • Flanderization: When we meet Morgan in season 5 she is of course shallow and a bit spacey but completely capable and in control of herself. But then in season 7 she is a complete ditz.
      • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: Dark to Sabrina's Light.
      • Lovable Alpha Bitch
      • Simpleton Voice: Originally she spoke normally but after a while developed a higher pitched tone.
      • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Roxie's Tomboy.
      • Valley Girl: Though she's not as dumb as some examples and she's red haired. She gets Flanderized into a straighter example by season 7.


Miles GoodmanEdit

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