Sabrina Takes a Knee - Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
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Sabrina and Father Blackwell talk about her concerns, and he promises that she will have her own free will and isn't just going to do the Dark Lord's bidding. This helps ease Sabrina's mind but she still doesn't want to leave her friends, which isn't approved of.

Father Blackwell also tells Ambrose that while it is said that Conner's potential was taken from them, he has no reason to believe that there is a witch hunter. Ambrose isn't sure and after talking to Conner's parents finds out that he had a familiar and perhaps was more aware of his powers.

After Susie gets into a fight with the boys, Sabrina teams up with The Weird Sisters to mess with the bullies. She gets them to join her as they give the guys a hallucination of an orgy that turns into them making out with each other, and then the sisters also take their boyhood for Sabrina to hold onto as punishment for them. 

Sabrina decides that she wants one last night with her friends, going to a party thinking this will be her last one. As she leaves for her baptism she grows unease and during it when Father Blackwell goes back on his word and wants her to swear to do as he says, she retreats.

Sabrina announces that she won't sign the book and after seeing a possible vision of her parents warning her to run, she manages to get back home even though the coven doesn't allow it.

Aunt Zelda is mad at Sabrina for her choice and Madam Satan reveals that she has failed the Dark Lord that she serves but promises to do better. 

The next day at school, Sabrina is called to Principal Hawthrone's office but he is possessed by the Dark Lord who tells her she will beg to sign her name in his book and threatens her life. 

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 1 Episode 2 Quotes

Ambrose: Where’s Aunt Hilda?
Aunt Zelda: She annoyed me, so I killed her and buried her in the yard.

Some days, some nights I dream that I am walking into the Greendale woods, in the peak of dry season with a lit torch in each hand so that I’d watch the whole forest burn, like so much kindling. Have a lovely little sleep, my darling.

Aunt Hilda