The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina blasted onto our screens in 2018 as an ‘almost’ spin-off of Riverdale and while we never got the crossover fans wanted we did get plenty of sass, wit and spookiness.
This iteration of Sabrina the teenage witch from the Archie comics is far removed from the sitcom of the 90s but it’s still clever and funny while serving up the kind of gritty darkness that modern-day audiences seem to crave.
This is a world where the devil is real and ready to meddle in the affairs of the witches who worship him, where gore, suspense and frights appear often but there are still heart-warming and even romantic moments.
We’ve compiled all the best quotes from all four seasons of Sabrina (since it’s sadly now come to an end) for your viewing pleasure, so enjoy, witches!
The Creepiest Quotes From Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
After all, they do actually worship Satan, at least at the beginning – spoilers! Some of these lines aren’t exactly creepy, but they are the best ones in keeping with the “chilling” theme of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
“Aunt Zelda: Praise Satan!” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Ms Wardwell: Well, um, who doesn’t enjoy a good scare every now and again?” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Aunt Hilda: Oh. I was right. That is a blood curse. Oh, it’s lingering. So, untreated, that is gonna eat slowly away at your health, your will, and your sanity.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Faustus Blackwood: A witch’s dark baptism is our most sacred unholy sacrament.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Aunt Hilda: You can’t keep killing me.
Aunt Zelda: I’m your older sister, Hilda, it’s my Satan-given right to kill you as many times as I please. Especially when you’re behaving so stupidly.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Sabrina: If you say another thing about my mother or father to anyone ever again… I’ll choke you to death on your own blood.” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“Aunt Zelda: Who’s talking about witches? Give me their names and I’ll make sure they stop talking about anything. Permanently. It’s just terrible when teenagers slip into comas, isn’t it, Hilda?” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Nick: Agatha’s sick, really sick. Prudence says she’s vomiting up dirt.
Sabrina: What’s that got to do with me?
Nick: We killed her, buried her, and brought her back to life. The fact that Agatha’s coughing up grave dirt can’t be coincidence.” Part 1, Episode 10 “Chapter Ten: The Witching Hour”
“Zelda: Satan in hell, what am I wearing?” Part 2, Episode 7 “Chapter Eighteen: The Miracles of Sabrina Spellman”
“Ambrose: In siring a babe of a witch, mortal, and infernal blood, he [the Dark Lord] perverts the Holy Trinity. A sacrilegious conception, to birth an only ill-begotten child of his own and instigate the apocalypse.
Sabrina: So he tricked my father and used my mother? And now he expects me to fall in line? Well, I say not today, Satan.” Part 2, Episode 9 “Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz”
“Harvey: What is this stuff again?
Sabrina: Ghastly water. Basically water you get from wiping down corpses.
Roz: Eww.” Part 3, Episode 1 “Chapter Twenty-One: The Hellbound Heart”
The Funniest Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Quotes
Even though this series can be quite dark (it is classified as horror supernatural) there are also lots of witty remarks and clever lines to ease tensions. Here are our favorite funny lines from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
“Ambrose: Penny dreadful for your thoughts, cousin?” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Principal Hawthorne: You’re suggesting a witch hunt?
Sabrina: I don’t care for that term.”
“Ambrose: My grimoire is your grimoire.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: There’s also the Harvey of it all. We very recently took things to the next level.
Aunt Zelda: He hasn’t defiled you, has he?” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Harvey: I never really thought of you as a cat person, but… okay.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Ambrose: Where’s Aunt Hilda?
Aunt Zelda: She annoyed me, so I killed her and buried her in the yard.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Dorcas: We don’t need a reason to torment mortal boys.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Harvey: You can come to the party with us if you want.
Ambrose: Thanks, but if I’m risking banishment to the Nether Realm, it’s going to be for something other than a high school masquerade.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Sabrina: What did he say?
Aunt Zelda: He’s going to look into it.
Sabrina: And you believe him?
Aunt Zelda: Of course not. Take us to the children.” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“Aunt Zelda: Oh, for the love of Lucifer, Hilda, will you please calm down?” Part 1, Episode 5 “Chapter Five: Dreams in a Witch House”
“Ambrose: Alright then. Get me a bit of her hair and I’ll make all her teeth fall out.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Sabrina: Aunties! We have a big problem!
Aunt Zelda: Mephistopheles save us from the melodramatics of a teenage witch.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Aunt Zelda: Sabrina, cases of actual demonic possession are extremely rare, despite what the False God and his propaganda machine would have you believe.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Harvey: If you could get past security by yourself, and that’s a big if, you’d never be able to find your way around. It’s like a maze down there.
Sabrina: Could you draw me a map?
Harvey: A map? To what? This isn’t The Goonies.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Nick: You’re a rebel, Spellman. That’s how I like my witches.
Sabrina: Nicholas, to be clear, I have a boyfriend.
Nick: Yes… but you also have two natures. You go to two schools. Why not date two guys? I’m down with sharing.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Aunt Zelda: Word travels fast amongst the damned, it seems.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Harvey: What are you guys doing for Thanksgiving?
Sabrina: It’s not that big a holiday for us. Aunt Hilda and I watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in the morning, and Aunt Zee watches whatever football games are on.
Harvey: Your Aunt Zelda’s a football fan?
Sabrina: All contact sports. Then, it’s the movies and Chinese food.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Sabrina: We’re talking about murder here!
Ambrose: Ritual sacrifice. It’s slightly different.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Sabrina: Great! So I’m supposed to spoil the girl who harrowed me.
Ambrose: Preferably with figs and wild berries to sweeten her meat before the feast.
Sabrina: That’s not even funny, Ambrose.
Ambrose: Oh, come on, cuz. It is a little funny – Prudence getting her just desserts by literally becoming the dessert.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Sabrina: You can come with me if you want.
Prudence: And why would I do that?
Sabrina: Boys. Lots and lots of mortal boys. To torment. And seduce. Or both. Who knows, Prudence? Maybe you’ll find the meaning of life at Baxter High.
Prudence: Oh, you had me at boys to torment.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Sabrina: Sleep well, Prudence?
Prudence: Like the dead.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Ambrose: Auntie Zee, are you crying?
Aunt Zelda: [wipes tear] Pollen.” Part 1, Episode 8 “Chapter Eight: The Burial”
“Zelda: I’ve fought to hold the Spellmans to the mark since Edward’s death. But we’re a fallen family. Half-mortal, house-arrested, excommunicated. There are times I feel I’m running a halfway house for wayward witches.” Part 1, Episode 9 “Chapter Nine: The Returned Man”
“Ambrose: Not to question you, auntie, but you just prescribed Alka-Seltzer to a girl who came back from the dead.” Part 1, Episode 10 “Chapter Ten: The Witching Hour”
“Ambrose: I’ll read A Christmas Carol. Even Auntie Zee can appreciate that story.
Zelda: I like the ghosts in it.
Ambrose: Well, Christmas is the best time for ghost stories.” Part 1, Episode 11 “Chapter Eleven: A Midwinter’s Tale”
“Sabrina: Who’s Gryla?
Zelda: A very dangerous witch. During a famine, she and another woman from her coven made a pact – they would eat their own children to survive.
Sabrina: Seriously, what is it with witches and cannibalism?” Part 1, Episode 11 “Chapter Eleven: A Midwinter’s Tale”
“Ambrose: Where have you lot been?
Sabrina: We saved Susie from a demon and then erased her dad’s memory.
Ambrose: Sounds about right.” Part 1, Episode 11 “Chapter Eleven: A Midwinter’s Tale”
Sabrina: Maybe a little bit.
Nick: About what in particular?
Sabrina: Everything. I mean, we’re not even officially boyfriend and girlfriend, and yet tomorrow, we have to take part in some crazy bacchanal.
Nick: Well, if it makes you feel any better, I’m terrified.
Sabrina: Yeah, right. I caught you in the attic with my cousin having an orgy.” Part 2, Episode 3 “Chapter Fourteen: Lupercalia”
“Sabrina: I’d like to lodge a formal complaint.
Hilda: With whom?
Sabrina: Uh, who’s the witch equivalent of Amnesty International?” Part 2, Episode 6 “Chapter Seventeen: The Missionaries”
“Ambrose: Bloody hell, cuz. Why do these things always happen to you?
Sabrina: I wish I knew, but please don’t tell the aunties.
Ambrose: That the Apocalypse is imminent and you might be responsible? Keep that a secret?” Part 2, Episode 8 “Chapter Nineteen: The Mandrake”
“Zelda: Hilda, you killed Methuselah?
Hilda: He got, um, a bit handsy.” Part 2, Episode 8 “Chapter Nineteen: The Mandrake”
“Dark Lord: Lilith knows her place, her purpose – to serve. Here’s yours – you will blow the horn of Gabriel for me, opening the gates to the pit for the aristocracy of hell, who will attend your coronation. You will wear the crown. You will sit in the throne. And then once we have danced the Mephisto Waltz, the world will be remade in Hell’s image. All the demon hordes will be freed, and you and I will rule over hell on earth, together, for all eternity.
Sabrina: Sorry, but I have school.” Part 2, Episode 9 “Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz”
“Lilith: He sent me to help you get ready for the ball, like a satanic fairy godmother, I suppose.” Part 2, Episode 9 “Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz”
Lucifer: Call me daddy.” Part 3, Episode 2 “Chapter Twenty-Two: Drag Me to Hell”
“Sabrina: When I do drag Jimmy’s soul to the very bad place, it’ll leave behind his freshly dead body, which, if we move fast enough so there’s not much decay, we can use as a new prison for the Dark Lord.
Roz: Instead of Nick’s body.
Harvey: So it’s like Freaky Friday!” Part 3, Episode 2 “Chapter Twenty-Two: Drag Me to Hell”
“Zelda: Striking a student. Never in my life. I slapped Agatha before I even knew what I was doing.
Hilda: We’ve all wanted to slap Agatha.” Part 3, Episode 2 “Chapter Twenty-Two: Drag Me to Hell”
“Nick: How’d your reformation go over?
Sabrina: You know, shockingly, the kings of hell didn’t embrace my ideas with the gusto I was hoping for.
Nick: No kidding.” Part 3, Episode 3 “Chapter Twenty-Three: Heavy Is the Crown”
“Zelda: Ambrose goes with you.
Sabrina: Aunt Z, I’m Queen of Hell.
Zelda: I don’t care if you’re the Queen of England. You’re still my niece. I won’t have you going to one of the Nether Realms without some familial support. Or, of course, we could all come with you.
Hilda: Ooh, blimey, what would I wear?
Sabrina: Fine, Ambrose can come.
Ambrose: Well, what am I going to wear?” Part 3, Episode 4 “Chapter Twenty-Four: The Hare Moon”
“Robin: I’m a hobgoblin.
Theo: Cool! Um, what does that mean, exactly?
Robin: I can run fast.” Part 3, Episode 6 “Chapter Twenty-Six: All of Them Witches”
“Sabrina S: And Caliban?
Sabrina M: I mean, yes, he tried to trap us in the ninth circle for all eternity, but he is totes sorry about it.” Part 4, Episode 1 “Chapter Twenty-Nine: The Eldritch Dark”
“Nick: You split your time between Baxter High and the Academy, and I think it’s only fair that I do the same. I know I wanna be a part of your world.
Sabrina: Oh, calm down Ariel. That is not how public school works.” Part 4, Episode 5 “Chapter Thirty-Three: Deus Ex Machina”
“Aunt Zelda: You knew? You knew the entire time and you didn’t say a word?
Sabrina: Aunties, please. The only reason Ambrose kept it a secret was because I made him.
Aunt Zelda: Oh, you made him. A 16-year-old girl forced a 134-year-old man to lie. Is that what happened, Ambrose? Did Sabrina bully you?” Part 4, Episode 5 “Chapter Thirty-Three: Deus Ex Machina”
The Most Romantic and Sweet Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Quotes
While romance isn’t high on the agenda for this show, there are some great relationships and characters to ship, along with plenty of sweet lines. These are the most romantic quotes from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that made us swoon.
“Harvey: Seriously ‘Brina. There’s nothing we can’t handle. As long as we’re being honest with each other.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: There are so many delicious things about being a witch, but the one really bad thing is saying goodbye to you and to Roz and Susie.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Harvey: There’s no flying in my life without you, Sabrina Spellman.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Sabrina: I love you, Harvey. I’ll always love you.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Harvey: I’m here for you ‘Brina. Always, you know that.” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Sabrina: Me too. I’m super confused about, well… everything, except you. I’m not confused about you.
Harvey: Me neither.
Sabrina: Because I love you, and I trust you to do the right thing, and to tell me the truth. In fact, I trust you more than I do anyone else right now.” Part 1, Episode 3 “Chapter Three: The Trial of Sabrina Spellman
“Sabrina: You wouldn’t hurt a fly. That’s why I love you.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Harvey: Will you stay with me?
Sabrina: All night long.” Part 1, Episode 8 “Chapter Eight: The Burial”
“Nick: Had to fight off a giant squid for it, but anything for you.” Part 2, Episode 5 “Chapter Sixteen: Blackwood”
“Roz: I just… I wanna forget, whoever or whatever that was… and just be here… with you right now. Is that okay?
Harvey: Of course, Rosalind.” Part 4, Episode 2 “Chapter Thirty: The Uninvited
“Cerberus: Hildegarde Antoinette Spellman, as soon as I looked you in the eye I knew you were the one, the love of my life. And I still can’t believe I get to grow old with you, my fierce, my beautiful wife. I love you, Hilda, now and forever.
Aunt Hilda: Dr. Cee. [giggles] Kenny. For my whole life, I didn’t… I didn’t really feel very special… um, but you make me feel like maybe I am. And today, I’m not the bridesmaid. I’m the bride. Uh, but most importantly, I’m your bride. And who would have thought that the day I walked into your store a weeks ago, or months ago, or whenever it was… that I wouldn’t just get a job, and that I would… meet you, this man, this very good man, who, um… who really makes me laugh and smile like no other, who really makes me love like no other. I love you.
Aunt Zelda: [crying] Oh, for Hecate’s sake, Hilda, just kiss the man!” Part 4, Episode 2 “Chapter Thirty: The Uninvited
“Roz: I want you to remember something… that you were a good man, Harvey Kinkle. That you loved your friends, and you protected them. We hunted monsters together. We were in a band called the Fright Club. You lost your virginity to me. And afterwards, I laid on your chest, and we talked until the sun came up. You loved me for who I was… all of me.” Part 4, Episode 4 “Chapter Thirty-Two: The Imp of the Perverse
“Harvey: Earlier, I was an ass. I freaked out, which is okay, but I should have said, “I love you, and I’m here for you, all of you, witch, Sentinel, co-president.”
Roz: Why the change of heart?
Harvey: Let’s say… I wanna be at your side, on the right side of history.” Part 4, Episode 4 “Chapter Thirty-Two: The Imp of the Perverse
“Nick: Sabrina, can I, uh, talk to you for a second?
Nick: I, um… I have to get something off my chest.
Sabrina: An impressive chest, if ever there was one.
Nick: Joke-flirt all you want, Sabrina, but… we obviously still have feelings for each other. At least I still have feelings for you, and I won’t deny that part of myself.” Part 4, Episode 4 “Chapter Thirty-Two: The Imp of the Perverse
Sabrina: Nick, what are you saying?
Nick: Sabrina Spellman… we’re end-game.” Part 4, Episode 4 “Chapter Thirty-Two: The Imp of the Perverse
“Nick: No, before you say anything else, I need you to hear me, okay? I’m crazy about you, Spellman. But if you tell me that it’s over, if you tell me that there’s no hope for us getting back together, then I… I will… I will leave you alone. But if there’s even a chance, even a one percent chance that you might one day forgive me and wanna be with me, then I’ll wait. So just tell me, Spellman. Is it over? Or is there even a tiny chance… that I can undo the biggest mistake of my life?” Part 4, Episode 5 “Chapter Thirty-Three: Deus Ex Machina”
Quotes from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina that Addressed Actual Important Topics
Another big difference between the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and the 90s sitcom is how unafraid the new series is to address modern issues that face teenagers in the real world. It’s also an unapologetically feminist show, which makes sense with so many important female characters. These are the best quotes from the show that spoke about real issues and important topics.
“Sabrina: It’s this town, this school, there’s a culture of —
Ms Wardwell: Puritanical masculinity? And principal Hawthorne is the most intolerant, the most buffoonish, the most misogynist of all.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: The football players are a symptom, but the disease goes much deeper, into the bedrock of this school. So, that’s where we fight it, with a club. For young women. To meet and bolster each other. Where we can discuss issues and problems we’re facing and come up with proactive solutions.
Roz: You mean, like, a club to topple the white patriarchy?” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: However, now that you bring it up, I admit, I have reservations about saving myself for the Dark Lord. Why does he get to decide what I do with my body?” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: But I want both. I want freedom and power.
Prudence: [laughs] He’ll never give you that. The Dark Lord. The thought of you, of any of us, having both terrifies him.
Sabrina: Why is that?
Prudence: He’s a man, isn’t he?” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Roz: No one should get to decide what we can and can’t read.” Part 1, Episode 3 “Chapter Three: The Trial of Sabrina Spellman”
“Sabrina: Thirteen witches were hanged here by witch hunters. Those women couldn’t possibly have imagined a place like the academy. A school where witches would be safe. Even if they could, they’d never believe that the women inside its walls would turn on one another like this. Which is why… the academy tradition of harrowing ends tonight, Prudence.” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“Susie: You can’t just send him off to a loony bin because he put on a dress once. You don’t even know why he did that!” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Sabrina: Listen to your words. Father Blackwood is asking you to do this thing, not the Dark Lord.
Prudence: Father Blackwood is a righteous messenger.
Sabrina: But he isn’t divine. He’s flesh and blood, just like you and me. Which means he has faults and he sins. He can be wrong, he can be corrupted.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Harvey: Basically, the Kinkles got ownership of the mines in a land grab. Kicked some people out who lived in the hills and took them over.
Sabrina: What does that mean?
Prudence: By “kicked out,” he means killed and by “took over,” he means stole.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Vlad: Your blood! It burns! You’re a celestial?
Sabrina: My father was an angel. I have his blood. Also? Consent – it’s real.” Part 3, Episode 6 “Chapter Twenty-Six: All of Them Witches”
“Roz: We can talk about the fact that Baxter High doesn’t have any sex education classes.
Sabrina: Come again?
Roz: I know. Crazy, right? And I called around. Every single other high school in the state has them, except for us. And get this, at Riverdale, they have condom machines in the bathroom.
Sabrina: Did – did I miss something?
Roz: If this whole pagan debacle taught us anything, it’s that teenagers are having sex. It’s real. So it’s important that we are taught how to have sex safely and responsibly.” Part 4, Episode 1 “Chapter Twenty-Nine: The Eldritch Dark”
“Lucifer: Hecate, the Triple Goddess, I’ve never quite understood her appeal.
Caliban: Three women at the same time? There is something intriguing about that, Lord Lucifer.
Sabrina: Can it with the casual misogyny. Show some respect.” Part 4, Episode 5 “Chapter Thirty-Three: Deus Ex Machina”
The Most Empowering and Feminist Lines From Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
We’ve already mentioned how fiercely feminist the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is, and this next section is celebrating that in more detail. There were many delightful moments in the series that made us shout “Yasss, Queen!” and these are the best empowering quotes for women from the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
“Ms Wardwell: When will the world learn? Women should be in charge of everything.” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Sabrina: My name is Sabrina Spellman, and I will NOT sign it away!” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Sabrina: Besides, there are a lot of people facing their fears right, fighting battles they know they’re not gonna win. So, if this is mine, well, then let’s get it over with.” Part 1, Episode 3 “Chapter Three: The Trial of Sabrina Spellman
“Ms Wardwell: I know you’re scared, Sabrina. Because all women are taught to fear power. Own it.” Part 1, Episode 10 “Chapter Ten: The Witching Hour”
“Prudence: Lust isn’t a sin, Sabrina, it’s an emotion.” Part 2, Episode 2 “Chapter Thirteen: The Passion of Sabrina Spellman”
“Ms Wardwell: I’m sure that was true, once, but you’ve been gone so long, and, well, I’ve – I’ve changed inside. I’m not the same woman anymore. And have you really, ever, really thought, about what a marriage is?
Adam: Oh, it’s two people declaring their love for each other, for the world to celebrate. It’s a blessing.
Ms Wardwell: For the man, perhaps, but if it really were a blessing, truly a desirable state, would we need to dress it up with lace, silk, and frill? Litter the bride’s path with rose petals? No, but we do because marriage is a walk down the primrose path towards a woman’s destruction. It’s nothing less than the complete obliteration of a woman’s personhood. It takes everything from her – her body, her independence, even her soul, and gives nothing in return. Nothing she’d want, at any rate. Those are my true feelings about marriage. So you see, it’s quite impossible for me to imagine a scenario in which we’re ever married, Adam.” Part 2, Episode 5 “Chapter Sixteen: Blackwood”
“Harvey: You’re not seriously gonna let her go alone, are you? It’s a suicide mission.
Nick: You don’t seriously think I tell her what to do, do you?” Part 2, Episode 6 “Chapter Seventeen: The Missionaries”
“Zelda: And why would you turn against the Dark Lord now?
Lilith: Well, perhaps someone’s defiance has given me hope that my story isn’t finished yet, that my destiny hasn’t been decided yet.
Sabrina: I don’t believe you.
Lilith: Fine, it’s because I want the throne and crown. I’ve worked for them, I’ve earned them, they’re mine. And if he won’t give them to me, then let’s gut the bastard and I’ll take them for myself.
Sabrina: At least you’re being honest.” Part 2, Episode 9 “Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz”
“Lilith: Let me give you a tip – a real queen refers to herself with the pluralis majestatis, the royal we.” Part 3, Episode 1 “Chapter Twenty-One: The Hellbound Heart”
“Prudence: Let me ask you this – did Nicholas ever thank you?
Sabrina: For what?
Prudence: For saving his life, for helping him get clean.
Prudence: No. And yet, all you want is to go back for more. Hmm. I would think that you, of all people, would have more self-respect than that.” Part 3, Episode 5 “Chapter Twenty-Five: The Devil Within”
“Mambo Marie: We do not need to fight each other. That is what men do. But we are women, n’est-ce pas?” Part 3, Episode 5 “Chapter Twenty-Five: The Devil Within”
“Nick: It’s okay, Spellman, you don’t have to lie to me.
Sabrina: Lie to you? I have never once lied to you about anything, Nick – unlike you, who lied to me constantly when you weren’t cheating on me.
Prudence: She does have a point, Nicky.
Sabrina: And I am sorry. I am truly sorry you went through what you did. Everyone on this planet owes you a debt they can never repay, but you’re not a martyr, and you’re not an innocent. And don’t ever disrespect me again or you can forget about us ever being friends.
Sabrina: Save it. Believe it or not, I have more important things to deal with than your drama and narcissism right now.” Part 3, Episode 5 “Chapter Twenty-Five: The Devil Within”
“Sabrina S: Sabrina. Still happy?
Sabrina M: I am. I made my own happiness. And I hope you can too.” Part 4, Episode 2 “Chapter Thirty: The Uninvited
“Sabrina: I think I need to be alone for a little while. I need to figure out who I am on my own.” Part 4, Episode 3 “Chapter Thirty-One: The Weird
“Sabrina: It means Roz and I are running as witches. It means we are powerful, disruptive women, champions of the oppressed, supporters of the othered, unapologetic feminists, allies to all those who live in the shadow of the patriarchy… reminders that the shadow has its own power. We will speak the truth, and we will fight injustice.” Part 4, Episode 4 “Chapter Thirty-Two: The Imp of the Perverse
The Best Insults and Burns from Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Just like Riverdale, the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is also riddled with epic burns and insults. Here are the best insulting lines and burns from the series.
“Sabrina: Succubitches!” Part 1, Episode 1 “Chapter One: October Country”
“Susie: Hey, dicks-for-brains!” Part 1, Episode 2 “Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism”
“Ms Wardwell: As you’re blunt, like a hammer, that’s true.” Part 1, Episode 3 “Chapter Three: The Trial of Sabrina Spellman“
“Nick Scratch: Why do you have to be such a bitch all the time, Pru?” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“Prudence: I don’t know, Nicky. Why do you have to be such a warlock-slut all the time?” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“[talking about psychopomps] Aunt Hilda: They may look like sweet little sparrows, but they are, in fact, vicious, spiteful, hateful creatures – much like sisters.” Part 1, Episode 4 “Chapter Four: Witch Academy”
“Zelda: I refuse to put the safety of my niece in the hands of a spinster schoolmarm and a British batwit.” Part 1, Episode 6 “Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale”
“Ms Wardwell: Girls, girls. Let’s not be catty bitches.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Sabrina: Who would do such a thing?
Ms Wardwell: Men.” Part 1, Episode 7 “Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts”
“Zelda: They called me a bitch. Me.
Hilda: They probably meant that ironically.
Zelda: Would any of them have ever called Faustus a bitch? No.
Zelda: And he was a little bitch.
Hilda: He was a bit of a bitch, wasn’t he?” Part 3, Episode 2 “Chapter Twenty-Two: Drag Me to Hell”
“Zelda: It means the Dark Lord is a sore loser and he’s cut us off like the petulant brat he is.” Part 3, Episode 4 “Chapter Twenty-Four: The Hare Moon”
“Zelda: Please, do stop bleating, sister. You’ll give me a migraine.” Part 4, Episode 2 “Chapter Thirty: The Uninvited
“Mrs Kosgrove: You’re not worthy of my son. Wayward. Wicked. Godless.
Aunt Hilda: Well, at least I’m still alive, you walking cadaver.” Part 4, Episode 6 “Chapter Thirty-Four: The Returned”
“Sabrina: That fur-faced fink!” Part 4, Episode 7, “Chapter Thirty-Five: The Endless”
“Sabrina: Buzz off you basic bitches!” Part 4, Episode 7, “Chapter Thirty-Five: The Endless”
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