I loved this episode. I had it on tape. I remember being all excited when they first showed the door to the secret passage. And then....it was just an attic! So not what the "real" secret passage was! I know this was a low-budget series, but they could have made it at least look like it was underground.
Every time I watched these shows I'd think "Wow, their houses are all so huge."
"Usually, I think my parents are dorks, but every now and then they come through." --Claudia Kishi
I loved this episode! Everything about it is what would have appealed to me as a kid...an old unsolved mystery, a creepy sleepover in the secret passage, stocking up on lots of snacks for the sleepover...
I looked up Pacicco & Co Jewelers (the jewelry shop they visit in the episode) and it's still around (it's in Leonia, NJ).
"This is what us sitters like about Mallory. She is totally levelheaded." - Claudia, Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye
Post by virgoscorpio on Nov 10, 2013 0:02:10 GMT -5
I don't get why Dawn would store the item they were going to get from the secret passage in between the wooden beam. The way they she and Claud were trying to wedge it out meant that she wedged it in that way in the first place. When you store something you kept in your bedroom in the passage, wouldn't you have it accessible (i.e. close to the door)?!
"It is important to be on time for any job, even if you are working for a witch." ~ Karen Brewer
This episode was very sweet! I loved how the whole plot was about sisters! It reminded me of my sister, who’s five years older than me. We get along very well! My favorite part of this episode was at the end when all of the sisters are playing ring around the rosie, in which it then segues into the credits. I just thought it was so sweet.
Post by LadyDruscilla on Jan 31, 2019 10:33:19 GMT -5
Love this episode, felt for Becca feeling ignored by Jessi. In the tutoring session where Janine made fun of Claudia for the seance, I can see where Claudia is coming from when she talked about what a tease Janine can be. Liked their bonding time during the baking though.