Sabrina commits dark actions to resurrect her boyfriend's brother. If that doesn't scream personal gain, I don't know what is. She acts stupidly and selfishly. She didn't even care for the other 4 miners, she just didn't want Harvey to be devastated. Maybe she should let sleeping dogs lie.
Also, everyone is a witch in Greendale! -_-
Congratulations, 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina', you’ve become ’The Addams Family’. I had thought this level of cartoon plotting and characterization in mainstream television had gone extinct, but apparently not. Everything is so melodramatic and over-done and on-the-nose that it feels like hastily-penned Sabrina fan-fiction.
It must be that the showrunners got an entire first season of this show green-lit on the basis of one or two decent early-season scripts. Because if any producer worth their salt was pitched the script for this episode, they would have thrown the whole thing in a dumpster and slammed the lid. Never mind the actors, who would have fired their agents for even suggesting that they get on board with this trashy nonsense. Miranda Otto is no Cate Blanchette, but she was in ’The Lord of the Rings’, and it must be embarrassing for her to stoop to playing the infinitely broad comedy of Zelda. In an upcoming episode, she flagellates herself with a cat o' nine tails. What a gruesomely meta moment that must have been for Ms. Otto as a serious actress.
Sabrina is so dumb and spoiled lmao
Ooooh, I love Zelda and Faustus getting so... kinky.
So, Sabrina is no murderer, hence her recruiting Prudence for that part. Alright, that was to be expected and sounds like a solid plan. But, alas, Sabrina is the one who ends up doing the actual killing! Either I missed something or this was very sloppy writing. Still, a fun episode, nonetheless. More exorcism and necromancy, and less SJW and feminism, please!
Finally, Sabrina did something dark.I like this episode. The end was awesome.
That episode was awesome from beginning to end. For a moment I really thought Sabrina has turned to the dark side. I‘m glad she hasn‘t but the necromancy was really naive.
I don't think telling a witch they are going to be killed and not having them do something about it is a very convincing storyline. Unfortunately that made this episode seem a little too unrealistic and completely in Sabrina's favour.