Putting on the Cheer Outfit
Sabrina searches for Nick through the depths of Hell. She finds him trapped within a wall. Nick warns Sabrina to leave before the Dark Lord returns. Instead, Sabrina chants an incantation to free Nick, and the two of them escape through Hell’s gates with the Dark Lord chasing after them. The gates to Hell close, locking the Dark Lord inside. Sabrina embraces Nick only to realize that it’s actually her father. Sabrina then awakens from what was merely a bad dream.
Sabrina joins the coven downstairs for breakfast. It’s been a month since the Church of Night collapsed at the hands of Faustus Blackwood. Sabrina takes a seat next to Elspeth, Melvin, Agatha, and Dorcas, as her aunt Hilda prepares the meal. Zelda announces that it is high time to reopen the Academy of Unseen Arts and resume worship in the Desecrated Church, where she will serve as Directrix.
Alone, Hilda asks Zelda who will say Black Mass and who they will say it to. "Not the Dark Lord.", Sabrina interjects. She regrets allowing Lilith to take Nick to Hell with Lucifer trapped inside of him. As Sabrina leaves for school, Hilda informs Zelda that Sabrina leaves the house early every morning to presumably cry at the gates.
In actuality, Sabrina has been attempting to open the gates to Hell. She is accompanied by Harvey, who worries that his dad might catch them. On their way to school, Harvey asks Sabrina what they will do with Nick after rescuing him from Hell. Sabrina explains they’ll find a new prison to put her father in. Harvey points out how good-hearted Sabrina is to rescue Nick despite him previously betraying her. She explains how witches are indebted to the Dark Lord and how difficult it is to tell him no. As they meet the road, Jolly Frost’s Ice Cream truck passes by, gaining their attention given the time of year.
At Baxter High, Harvey, Roz, and Theo express concern over Sabrina’s well-being and her obsession to free Nick. Harvey suggests that she join their band, and Roz recommends she sign up for cheerleading as "it can't be all Hell, all the time.", but Sabrina turns them both down. Ms. Wardwell enters the class. Billy and Carl question her return. Wardwell explains that she’s merely returning as a teacher, no longer the school's principal. She shares with the class how she’s found herself drawn to Dante’s Inferno, detailing the poet’s epic journey to Hell.
Sabrina checks in on Ms. Wardwell, who can’t account for the last three months of her life. The doctors are unable to offer any explanation. Sabrina questions her sudden interest in Dante’s Inferno. Ms. Wardwell has been having nightmares of demons and hellscapes. She’s turned to Inferno literature as a form of therapy. Wardwell explains that some of the world’s greatest artists have used Hell as their subject in such an authentic way that it feels as if they have been there. Through her conversation with Ms. Wardwell, Sabrina comes up with an idea on how to rescue Nick from Hell.
Sabrina rushes over to Dorian's Gray Room in search of help from none other than Dorian Gray. However, he’s more concerned with the pimple that’s appeared on his face. He hasn’t had a pimple since Basil painted his portrait. Given that Dorian’s an art collector, Sabrina questions if he has any paintings of Hell that are also portals. Dorian admits to having one, which he is willing to allow Sabrina to use so long as she brings him back a flower from Hell. It’s the only flower that grows there. In the Forest of Torment. La fleur du mal. The original flower of evil that inspired the poet Baudelaire. Its nectar can rid Dorian of the pimple. Should Sabrina bring it back, he'll arrange safe passage.
Sabrina arrives at Harvey’s to find Harvey, Theo, and Roz practicing in the garage. She tells them that it’s time for "Operation Handbasket." Meaning, they’re going to Hell to save Nick. While humans aren’t allowed in Hell, Sabrina explains that there’s ways around that. The Fright Club, as they've named themselves, bathe in ghastly water to keep the demons from smelling them. They also have to wear dead people’s shoes for only the dead may walk the paths of Hell. Salem wishes to join them, but Sabrina fears that he would bring every hound of Hell down upon them, from Barghest to Old Shuck.
Dorian takes Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo to the hellscape. He reminds them just how dangerous the Inferno can be and advises them to make their way to the City of Pandemonium as quickly as possible. Also, the incantation he gave them to transport them back to Earth will only work if they’re holding his flower. With that, Sabrina tells her friends that she loves them before passing through the portal.
Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo arrive on the Shores of Sorrow. They take notice of the souls of the damned, who are trapped in cages on the shore and drown over and over for eternity as the tide comes in. They cross paths with a man named Caliban, who informs them that all blood flows to Pandemonium. Follow the blood-red road where it flows and there, they will find Lilith. Lastly, he warns them to never wander from the road.
Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo arrive at the Field of Witness. Where souls have been strung up on crosses and tortured; eyes picked out by the crows. Theo discovers that his uncle Jesse is one of the tortured souls. She strays off the road to free him. Jesse reveals that Lilith sent him to Hell. Theo pleads with Sabrina to help him. Sabrina places a protection spell on Jesse and vows to free him.
Before long, they arrive at the Forest of Torment. Before passing on to the City of Pandemonium, they have to find Dorian’s flower of evil. Sabrina and Roz go one way and Harvey and Theo head in the opposite direction in search of the flower. Sabrina and Roz hear what sounds like someone singing. They find the flower of evil, which is responsible for the ethereal singing they hear. Sabrina brings advises Roz to be careful around the thorns. Should they break her skin, she will go to sleep and never wake up. After successfully recovering the flower of evil, Theo runs up to them asking for their help with dealing with a Woodsman who attacked Harvey. Sabrina arrives and performs a spell to rust the Woodsman. He’s frozen in place, and Harvey realizes that the Woodsman is his brother, Tommy. He asks Harvey why he killed him and tells him that he’s been waiting for Harvey to join him. Sabrina then shoots the Woodsman, explaining that it wasn’t actually Tommy.
On the blood-red road, Harvey struggles with whom he believes was his brother that Sabrina killed, though Roz assures him that it wasn’t. Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo are suddenly faced with a brick red door labeled Baxter High. Inside, they come face-to-face with Principal Hawthorne, who is much more demonic in appearance as opposed to the last time they saw him. He demands that they take a seat, and when they do, they are locked down to their desks. Hawthorne introduces his special guest; Roz’ Nana Ruth. She claims Roz was the death of her. She blames Roz for using her cunning gift to help witches. Hawthrone decides to start with Roz for their "anatomy lesson."
Roz screams for help and begs for mercy as Principal Hawthorne prepare to use her for their anatomy lesson. Sabrina, Harvey, and Theo watch helplessly. However, before they can start, Lilith’s demon minion interrupts and informs them that Lilith no longer wants for the children to be tortured, but instead for Sabrina and her friends to be brought to her.
Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo finally arrive at the City of Pandemonia. Sabrina finds Nick chained to the feet of Lilith’s throne. Lilith informs Sabrina that certain protocols must be followed. As for Nick, who seems to be incognizant, Lilith explains that he and the Dark Lord are struggling for power on the inside.
Lilith invites Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo to take a seat at the dinner table. Roz advises her friends from eating the food as she can see what it truly is through her cunning; rotten and maggot-infested. Sabrina questions why Lilith still looks like Wardwell, to which Lilith replies that she’s grown comfortable in Wardwell’s skin. She offers to show them her real face, her green one, but Sabrina declines. She only wants to free Nick and Jesse. Sabrina assures Lilith she'll find a different prison for her father. Lilith agrees to allow Sabrina to take Nick under one condition. The hierarchy of Hell is in a state of turmoil. The Infernal Kings refuse to recognize Lilith’s authority because she’s not a Morningstar. But it would calm the dark waters if Sabrina publicly crowned her the Queen of Hell to legitimize her seat. Sabrina reluctantly agrees.
Lilith introduces Sabrina to the underworld community as Sabrina Morningstar, daughter of Lucifer Morningstar. In his absence, Sabrina has come to declare Lilith the official Queen of Hell. Beelzebub, Asmodeus, and Purson, the Plague Kings, object, claiming that Lilith is a concubine, not a queen. The realms are in chaos. The Earth, the Pit, the Heavens, and the Cosmos all reject Lilith's claim. The Plague Kings propose that Caliban, Prince of Hell take the throne. He’s been molded by the clay of the pit itself. Native son of the inferno. Since the Dark Lord’s desertion, the Nine Circles of Hell have been breaking down, and Caliban seeks to restore stability, conquer the earth, remake it as their tenth circle and enslave the tribes of mortals and witch.
Lucifer pulls Sabrina into Nick’s mind so that they can talk. Although, she betrayed him, he needs her to claim the crown, however, Sabrina refuses. She simply wants Nick back. Lucifer explains that only she can restore the balance in Hell. When the balance is off in Hell, so it is off in Heaven and on Earth as well. To preserve the realm, Sabrina must preserve them all. He also informs Sabrina that the "old ones are coming." Also, Lucifer informs Sabrina that only a true queen has the authority to liberate Nick, and the Kings will never declare Lilith queen, so if Sabrina wants Nick back, she’ll have to claim the throne. Nick appears and advises Sabrina against it. He tells Sabrina to forget him and move on. Lucifer interrupts to remind Sabrina of what must be done; either claim the throne or lose Nick.
Sabrina returns to her body and claims the throne for herself. Harvey, Roz, and Theo watch on as this occurs. Sabrina then takes her seat at the throne. The Plague Kings denounce Sabrina as queen as she lives on Earth and is a child. Nevertheless, Sabrina insists that she will rule with Lilith as her regent. Caliban disputes Sabrina’s claim to throne, reasoning that monarchs rule by divine rights, and Sabrina is half-mortal. As Caliban prepares to challenge Sabrina for the throne, Lilith reminds him that there are rules to be followed, such as him needing a certain number of signatures. Sabrina’s eyes turn white as she warns Caliban to back off. As queen, Sabrina dismisses the Infernal court. Harvey, Roz, and Theo support Sabrina's claim to the throne. She then informs Lilith that she’s ready to take Nick home, as well as Jesse Putnam, who Lilith releases and sends off to Heaven. Lilith warns Sabrina that while she may have bought herself some time, the Kings and Caliban will return to challenges her.
With the evil flower in hand, Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo return to Earth with Nick. After giving Dorian his flower, they take Nick to the Academy and lock him in the dungeons with chains forged from Damascus steel and a circle of salt.
Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo reconvene at Cerberus Books, where they discuss Sabrina’s claim to the throne. Sabrina insists that she’s not moving to Hell, but her friends aren’t so sure. Sabrina admits that she’ll have to play the part for a while, but her heart is with them. Moreover, she agrees to sign up for cheerleading with Roz. A strong gust of wind suddenly blows the front doors open, though Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo don’t pay it much attention.
Sabrina visits Nick in the Academy's dungeon. She notices his clubbed foot and realized that her father has taken control of Nick’s body. Sabrina reminds Lucifer that he’s bound in Damascus steel and circled in salt, preventing him from escaping. She demands to talk to Nick. Lucifer pretends to allow Nick to regain control, which Sabrina is aware of and therefore asks to see his tongue. She points out that a forked tongue is a dead giveaway for the devil. She repeats her request, and this time, the Dark Lord allows Nick to surface. Sabrina promises him that she’s going to find a new prison for the Dark Lord. Nick pleads with her to hurry as she can’t hold on much longer. As Sabrina leaves, she unknowingly breaks the salt barrier.
Sabrina searches for grimoires on the subject of soul transference in the Academy’s library. She asks Cassius for help and tells him to hold the book for her until she returns.
At Baxter High, Sabrina and Roz have joined the cheerleading squad; the Baxter High Ravenettes, led by Lizzie. Billy, Carl, and the Baxter High Ravens watch from the sidelines and cheer the girls on as they rehearse a routine. Afterward, Lizzie compliments Roz and Sabrina on their performances. They’re both generally excited for the upcoming pep rally. Lilith, having watched on from the crowd, intercepts Sabrina as she has royal matters to attend to.
As regent, Lilith has come to begin Sabrina’s job training. Starting with dragging souls to Hell. Sabrina refuses, but Lilith informs her that dragging souls to Hell is her primary duty as queen, and with the Kings of Hell watching, it’s vitally important that she carries this out. If she fails, she’ll lose the throne to Caliban, and he’ll declare war on earth. Sabrina will escort the souls by hand and a path to Hell will present itself. Her first soul to collect is that of a man named Robert Robertson. Should the need arise to use force, Sabrina is being accompanied by the Infernal Bailiff.
Sabrina finds Robert Robertson playing chess in the park. He asks that she play one final game with him. Sabrina asks what could’ve been worth the price of his soul. He replies that it was his heart’s desire to be the greatest chess master in the world and for a time, he was. Sabrina gets checkmate and escorts Robert Robertson by hand to Hell. At the end of the street awaits two vehicles; a black one designated for Hell and a white one for Heaven. Sabrina doesn’t deem Robert worthy of Hell and instead seats him in the white vehicle headed for Heaven.
Sabrina enters Harvey’s garage to find him, Roz, and Theo rehearsing. She interrupts to call a Fright Club meeting, during which time she informs them of her duties to drag souls to Hell. She reveals that Jimmy Platt, the ice cream truck guy is up next. They don’t tell her what he did, and so Sabrina is forced to figure it out on her own. However, she called the meeting because dragging Jimmy to Hell, assuming he deserves it, could be the key to saving Nick. When Sabrina finally drags Jimmy’s soul to Hell, it’ll leave behind his freshly dead body, which if they move fast enough, they can use as a new prison for the Dark Lord. Sabrina’s relying on her friends to follow her in the Spellman mortuary hearse to collect Jimmy Platt’s body after Sabrina takes his soul.
Sabrina, Harvey, Roz, and Theo tail Jimmy Platt’s ice cream truck in the Spellman mortuary hearse. Harvey is having second thoughts, but Sabrina assures him they must go through with it. When they see Sabrina walk away and Jimmy’s body slump dead, that’ll be their cue to steal the corpse.
Sabrina approaches Jimmy and tells him that she’s come to collect. However, he informs her of his extension fee. Seven more years of life in exchange for an innocent soul. As soon as he finishes his shift, he’ll cut the little girl’s heart out and eat it. Sabrina is in disbelief and has no intention on extending Jimmy's contract. She’s brought the Infernal Bailiff as back up, however, no one knows where the little girl is but Jimmy. So, if Sabrina tries to take him to Hell, the girl will die. He gives Sabrina the ultimatum of either accepting his extension or leaving him alone.
Sabrina returns to the hearse to inform Harvey, Roz, and Theo that Jimmy tried to offer her a child sacrifice in exchange for an extension on his contract. And Sabrina can’t just take him to Hell because he’s keeping a little girl trapped somewhere. Sabrina vows to personally burn Jimmy Platt’s soul herself, but first she must see her father.
Sabrina enters the dungeon and inquires about Jimmy Platt. The Dark Lord informs her that Jimmy was devoutly pious until he got into a horrendous car crash years ago. Mangled and dying, he called out to his false god to save him. Lucifer got there first. He offered Jimmy a simple standard deal: another seven years for his soul. He agreed and since then Lucifer has been giving him extensions. However, he only required an innocent soul. Children was Jimmy’s predilection. Sabrina refuses to offer him any more extensions, but she can’t drag him to Hell because he has a little girl tied up somewhere. Lucifer warns Sabrina that if she doesn’t bring Jimmy Platt to heel, then she’ll lose her throne to Caliban, who plans to expand into Sabrina’s realm.
Harvey and Theo meet back up with Sabrina and Roz after returning from the police station where they found a missing person’s report for a young girl named Lucy Anderson that went missing three days ago from a playground. If Roz had something of Lucy’s, she could use her cunning to possibly find her. Lizzie and the Ravenettes interrupt to invite Sabrina and Roz along to get their nails and hair done at the mall. It’s a cheer tradition. Sabrina and Roz turn them down, claiming that Sabrina is taking Roz to the doctors for an eye checkup.
Moving forward, Sabrina and Roz visit Lucy Anderson’s mother. They explain that they wanted to help ever since they found out she was missing. The police have no leads, but Mrs. Anderson is certain that Lucy’s alive. Roz asks for a picture of Lucy so that they can make flyers to get the word out. Sabrina takes notice in the basket of pinwheels sitting on the table. Mrs. Anderson explains that Lucy collects them and that she had one with her when she disappeared. As Mrs. Anderson searches for a picture, Roz touches Lucy’s pinwheel. Using her cunning, Roz sees Lucy approach Jimmy’s ice cream truck just before he kidnaps her and stores her in what appears to be a freezer. Mrs. Anderson returns with a photo. Sabrina assures her that Lucy will return home unharmed and the man that took her will be condemned to Hell and tortured there for all eternity. Along with the photo, Sabrina takes a pinwheel. Before leaving, she compels Mrs. Anderson to get some rest and forget that she and Roz came by.
Sabrina returns home with Roz, where she performs the whispering gallery spell. Using Lucy’s pinwheel, they may be able to talk to her. Sabrina recites the incantation and is able to speak with Lucy. She’s alone. She asks Sabrina to call her mom to come and get her. Sabrina asks Lucy where she is, which she replies that it’s a freezer. She asks if Sabrina’s close as she’s getting tired. With Lucy’s life on the line, Sabrina uses Lucy’s voice as a beacon to teleport despite Roz warning her of the possible risk.
Sabrina teleports inside the freezer and finds Lucy barely conscious. Unfortunately, now Sabrina’s trapped. Jimmy arrives and informs Sabrina that the sigils on the wall are one way. She can teleport inside the freezer, but she can’t teleport herself out. Jimmy then shuts the door, locking both Lucy and Sabrina inside.
Sabrina attempts to keep Lucy awake long enough for her to free them. She then tries a spell, but the sigils on the wall see to it that she’s essentially powerless. Lilith arrives to save Sabrina and Lucy after being filled in by Roz of Sabrina’s antics. Lilith was able to find Sabrina because of the psychic trail she left behind, "like a slug leaves slime." Lilith questions why Sabrina didn’t just drag Jimmy Platt to Hell as she was tasked. Sabrina explains that she was trying to use him to save Nick. Lilith agrees to take Lucy home so long as Sabrina does her job and drag Jimmy to Hell.
Sabrina glamours herself as a young boy wanting ice cream, allowing her to get close enough to Jimmy Platt to grab him. She removes the glamour and informs Jimmy that Lucy’s safe and back at home. Jimmy tries to scream out for help, but the infernal bailiff covers his mouth and drags him down to Hell.
Sabrina arrives in Hell with Jimmy and orders Lilith to burn Jimmy and ensure that he truly suffers for his crimes. The Plague Kings are still not convinced that Sabrina is suited to rule. Sabrina explains that she couldn’t care less about their blessings. She accepted her birthright to keep Hell where it belongs, away from the mortal realm. But that’s not enough. Her father's ways are broken, and Sabrina intends to reinvent Hell. Sabrina reminds that Plague Kings that she’s their sovereign and the reformation of Hell starts immediately.
Sabrina returns home, where she is confronted by Hilda and Zelda after they discovered that the Dark Lord is chained up in the dungeon of the Academy. Zelda also informs Sabrina that Cassius stopped by to deliver books on soul transference, so they know what she’s planning. Sabrina explains that she couldn’t just leave Nick in Hell. She owed it to Nick to at least try and get Lucifer out of his body and into someone else’s. Zelda questions who Sabrina had in mind that could possibly be strong enough to act as a prison for the Dark Lord, to which Sabrina has no answer. Ambrose and Prudence teleport in the room with Father Blackwood as their prisoner, presenting the Spellmans with a new prison for the Dark Lord.
Sabrina visits her father at the Academy, who upon first glance determines that something is different about Sabrina. She replies that she dragged her first soul to Hell. Lucifer asks how did it make her feel. She replies that it made her feel like she’s capable of anything. The infernal bailiff brings Faustus in. Closely followed behind by Zelda, who intends to assist Sabrina with the soul transference spell.
Sabrina has brought Nick home with her. She kisses him awake and assures him that everything will be okay.
Sabrina and Nick lay in bed together. She’s happy that he’s back and promises to never let him go. Later that night, Nick awakens from a bad dream. Sabrina assures Nick that it was merely a nightmare and that the Dark Lord can’t hurt him anymore. However, she does show concern at the sign of his clubbed foot.
Sabrina calls Roz and asks her to cover for her at school as she wishes to spend the entire day with Nick. She learns from Roz that the carnival is in town and agrees to attend. As Sabrina heads down for breakfast, Nick takes a shower, scrubbing his clubbed foot.
Downstairs, in the kitchen, the Spellmans discuss Nick’s state of mind. Hilda asks how he’s doing and inquires about his foot. Ambrose explains that the malformation is a remnant of having the Dark Lord inside him. Given enough time, it should revert back on its own. Zelda imagines that Sabrina’s reunion with Nick last night must’ve been worthwhile given they slept in the same bed, but Sabrina claims that they didn’t have sex. Zelda then addresses the fact that Sabrina went to Hell without her permission. Zelda then asks Ambrose to return to the Academy as a teacher. Ambrose declines her offer as he has been illuminated to everything that he does not know during his time abroad. Magicks beyond his experience and imagination. Ambrose wishes to be a master of the mystic arts, and the only way to do that is through research. In that case, Zelda appoints Ambrose as the Academy’s librarian. Zelda then sneezes. Hilda suspects that she’s coming down with a cold, but Zelda has never been sick a day in her life. Nick joins them in the kitchen to take Sabrina to school. Zelda reminds Sabrina that after school, Sabrina is excepted to return to the Academy.
As Nick walks Sabrina to school, she informs him that she has no intentions on going to Baxter High or the Academy. She plans to spend the day with him. Including a trip to the carnival. However, Lilith arrives to inform Sabrina that she’s needed in court. Sabrina then reveals to Nick that in order to get him from Hell, she had to claim the throne as Queen of Hell. Lilith reminds Sabrina that she threatened the Infernal Court with a reformation, and now they’re demanding to hear Sabrina’s plans. Sabrina refuses to go, as she already planned to spend the day with Nick, but he convinces her to see to her royal duties. Afterward, they can meet up at the Academy.
Sabrina returns to Hell with Lilith, where the Plague Kings, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, and Purson, surround a table and demand an audience with Sabrina. Sabrina outlines her reformation, starting with a grand accounting of all the souls in Hell. Until then, she requests that all deal-makings with mortals come to an end. As for pre-existing contracts, Sabrina will decide which they collect on only after viewing each contract on a case-by-case basis. Caliban interrupts to challenge Sabrina for seat on the throne. He’s gathered 666 signatures of the highest born of Hell to endorse his challenge. By infernal law, it must be accepted. Caliban challenges Sabrina on a request for the "Unholy Regalia." Lilith explains that the regalia are the three most powerful occult objects in history. Relics that have been lost to the ages. Whoever collects the relics may take their seat on the throne, whether they be Morningstar or not. They begin with having to find King Herod’s crown.
Sabrina questions if the contest is rigged. Perhaps Caliban and the Kings already know where the regalia is and this is just a setup. Lilith admits this could be a setup, however, no one, not even the Dark Lord knows the locations of the regalia. Lilith explains that King Herod’s crown is only one of three of the regalia. She surmises it’ll likely end up being the best two out of three.
Sabrina reveals to Ambrose that she claimed the throne in Hell, making her queen. He presumes that their aunts don’t know. Sabrina also adds that Lilith is her regent. But now, her seat at the throne is being challenged by a prince of Hell, and now she has to find King Herod’s crown before Caliban does. And so, Ambrose agrees to help her. Nick arrives and offers to take Sabrina to lunch.
Nick asks Sabrina how her reformation went over with the Kings. She explains that it didn’t go well. Agatha and Dorcas join them at the lunch table and ask about his clubbed foot. They ask what’s it was like to be with both Sabrina and the Dark Lord. They joke that it was Sabrina’s father that Nick was truly after. He warns them to stop, but they persist. Nick grows so angry that he slams his fists on the table and tells them to go to Heaven. Sabrina remarks they’re lucky the coven is few in numbers, otherwise she would smite them, much to Agatha and Dorcas’ amusement. As Sabrina chases after Nick, Ambrose informs her that he found King Herod’s crown.
He takes Sabrina back to the library, where he began his research into the crown starting with its last known whereabouts, namely the tomb of Herod. Officially, Herodiam, was first excavated by Italian archaeologists in 1962. Unofficially, it was excavated by American archaeologist and warlock, Edward Robinson, in 1838. From there, the crown changed hands several times from one Jakey Huisman to Aleister Crowley to an American soldier, Private Benjamin Blossom, who recovered the crown from Hitler's bunker in 1945. Now from there, Blossom, sneaked the crown back to his home town of Riverdale, where he was murdered by a group of occultists who were after the crown, but never found it. Sabrina and Ambrose will find the crown using an immoral compass. It belonged to either the Flying Dutchman or the Ancient Mariner. Ambrose can’t recall. He recalibrated it to be highly sensitive to energies from occult items. Sabrina and Ambrose arrive in Riverdale, where they track the crown to a maple tree in the woods.
Ambrose takes a hatchet to the maple tree. He reaches inside and pulls out the maple covered crown. Sabrina takes the ax and aims for the crown. She plans to destroy it so that no one can use it against her and take the remains back to Hell. Ambrose advises her against such actions as he can feel the power radiating off the crown. If he could borrow it for a few hours to study its properties, he might be able to harness its powers and restore their coven’s strength. Sabrina reluctantly agrees. As they return to Greendale, covered in maple, King Herod awakens from his slumber and forces his way out the tree, reaching for his stolen crown.
Sabrina goes to the library in search of Nick. However, she finds Melvin, who tells her that Nick was there researching something after being at Dorian’s. He then asked if the Desecrated Church was empty. Sabrina discovers that Nick was researching auto amputation and realizes that he’s trying to cut off his foot.
Sabrina finds Nick at the Desecrated Church trying to amputate his foot with a saw. Sabrina stops him and reminds him that it will change back on its own after time. Nick claims that he can still feel the Dark Lord’s residue inside of him. However, Sabrina explains that it's merely after effects, much like with PTSD. Sabrina asks what she can do to help, but Nick tells her there’s nothing she can do. She recommends going to the carnival to take his mind off the Dark Lord.
Sabrina and Nick ride the carousel as King Herod watches while hidden within the darkness. Nick remarks that the Dark Lord must be happy as he got what he wanted; Sabrina ruling Hell. Sabrina reminds Nick that she did that for him, not her father. She then asks what it was like for Nick inside the flesh Acheron. Nick doesn’t want to talk about that. He would rather ride the tunnel of love with her. Once inside, they are attacked by King Herod, who seeks revenge on Sabrina for stealing his crown and disturbing his sleep. Nick fights the king off with a wood log and knocks his crown off, though he and Sabrina are outmatched in power. Caliban arrives and steals the crown as Sabrina and Nick are under the attack. King Herod threatens to flay Sabrina alive and then kill everyone in town. Fortunately, Ambrose arrives and kills the king.
Lilith watches as Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Purson, and the demons of Hell cheer Caliban on as he places King Herod’s crown on his head. Sabrina arrives and punches him in the face. He didn’t help her because it’s a competition. He was quietly watching her every move, and he knew King Herod would come for his crown as he’s a guardian. Caliban assumed that either he would kill Sabrina or Sabrina would kill him. He then asks if the crown suits him, and Sabrina punches him for a second time. She then assures him that the second and third challenges will be won by her. She'd sooner slice his throat before she let Caliban take the throne. The Kings and demons then proceed to chant Sabrina’s name.
At the Academy, Nick is visited by an astral projecting Sabrina just as he’s about to ingest an olive colored liquid, which he hides from Sabrina. She asks him what he thinks of her cheer outfit, and she invites him to a cheerleading flashmob event at school before leaving. Nick then proceeds to drink the entire bottle of liquid he chose to hide from Sabrina.
As Robin, Theo, Sabrina, Roz, and Harvey sit in the library, Sabrina double checks with Nick to ensure he’s still coming to the flashmob. Sabrina uses her spelled pen to send him a message, which goes without response as Nick gets drunk at Dorian's Gray Room, unbeknownst to Sabrina. Harvey then informs his friends of his father’s hookup with Nagaina. Theo suggest they investigate the carnival. He, Roz, and Harvey agree to join him, but Sabrina has plans with her family, and Robin chooses not to join. Hilda arrives to take Sabrina to the Academy.
At the Academy, in the library, Ambrose explains to Sabrina, Hilda, and Zelda that it’s their fault the coven's powers are waxing and waning. The Pendle Coven suffered a similar power loss in 1612. It seems they offended the Dark Lord in some way, and so he withdrew his gifts from them a little at a time and then all at once. They merely offended him, while the Spellmans on the other hand, dethroned and imprisoned him. The Pendle Coven never got their powers back and was wiped out by witch-hunters several months later.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, and Zelda confront Lucifer after discovering that he is responsible for their loss of power. Zelda demands that he restore their power. He agrees to do so only if they set him free. When they refuse, Lucifer reveals that Sabrina is Queen of Hell, despite Zelda and Hilda being under the impression that Lilith was queen. Sabrina explains that she doesn’t precisely have claim to the throne. She’s being challenged by a prince of Hell named Caliban. Zelda refuses to allow Sabrina to dedicate herself to Hell. Sabrina claims she did it to save the realm, but Zelda claims Sabrina did it for selfish reasons; power and because she has a savior complex. Zelda even accuses Sabrina of choosing Hell over the coven, which both Sabrina and Hilda denies. Ambrose interrupts to remind them of their more immediate concern that they’ve been rendered powerless by the Dark Lord. They need a new source of mystic energy. Sabrina surmises that as Queen of Hell, she should have access to the same powers Lucifer does. Since that Dark Lord’s power is infernal, it must come from Hell. Sabrina will claim it and use it to power the coven. Zelda approves of Sabrina’s plan, but only if Ambrose accompanies her.
Ambrose accompanies Sabrina in Hell as her privy councilor. He is amazed at what he’s seeing. Sabrina informs Lilith how the Dark Lord is withholding his powers from the coven and how she needs Lilith’s help to restore it. Unfortunately, Lilith can’t help her. She explains that their magic does not come from Hell. They’re Lucifer’s own gifts that come from within him. They originate with him and he dispenses them as he sees fit. Lucifer’s powers come from him being an angel. As his daughter, Sabrina concludes that she must have the same essence, but as Lilith explains, Sabrina’s is polluted and diluted by her mother’s mortal blood. Leaving them with only one option. They have to find an angel.
Sabrina and Ambrose recall that the witch-hunters who attacked the Academy last year were angels. Sabrina killed two, but she remembers Nick saying that he and Dorian trapped on in a painting. They approach Dorian and inform him that they need to get Gideon out and siphon off his energy via bloodletting to repower their coven. Sabrina tells Ambrose to go home and get their aunts on board with the plan while she stays with Dorian to get the blood.
Dorian frees the witch-hunter, Gideon, from the painting and straps him to a table as they drain him of his dark blue blood. Sabrina tells Dorian not to drain him completely in case they need more blood later.
Sabrina can hear screams and whips cracking from the other room as Dorian drains the angel’s blood. She suspects that someone’s being tortured and goes to investigate. She discovers that it’s Nick being whipped by playmates. Nick tries to explain, but Sabrina doesn't want to hear his excuses. She returns to find that Dorian has drank the enter bottle of angel blood, to help his complexion, except for one small vile, which he saved for her. Sabrina takes the vile and leaves. Nick chases after her.
Sabrina returns home to Ambrose, Hilda, and Zelda with the small vile of angels blood, much to their disappointment, as Sabrina explains that Dorian drank the rest of it. Unfortunately, that won’t be nearly enough to replenish the coven’s power. Hilda suspects if they use it another way other than drinking it then they may be able to energize the coven. Hilda recalls something she did when she was a student at the Academy. She took a moon bath. It’s a ceremony that witches used to perform during the celebration of the Hare Moon. They would rub their bodies with oils and bathe in the moonlight. It was meant to be a symbolic rebirth. Light from the moon was meant to replenish them. But if they take that angel's blood and mix it with certain oils and then rub it onto their bodies and bathe in the light of the Hare Moon, the symbolic rebirth could be literal. The moonlight would activate the angel's blood, which in turn would allow their skin to actually absorb the energies of the moon. Hilda takes the blood to preparing the anointing oils. Zelda then thanks both Hilda and Sabrina.
Hilda informs Sabrina that Harvey stopped by because Roz is suffering from a witchy fever. Hilda promised they would check in once they got their powers back. Sabrina adds Nick to the list of people to check on after the Hare Moon as she caught Nick cavorting with sex demons. Hilda explains that he’s a warlock of a certain age, and that goes with the territory. Sabrina fears that something happened to him when he was imprisoned with the Dark Lord.
The entire coven (Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, Zelda, Prudence, Agatha, Dorcas, Melvin, and Elspeth, among others) gathers in the Greendale woods and sings as tradition would require for the Hare Moon. They form an aisle, which Sabrina walks down the middle of while holding the hare. She then walks the hare into the woods to pardon it. There, she crosses paths with a mysterious group wearing strange masks. Sabrina returns to find that Nick has joined them. However, she is being followed by the mysterious group wearing masks.
Sabrina and Nick ask Nagaina about Ostra. She replies their ways are little known to the outside world. She then asks Sabrina about their rites and if it's customary to fornicate on holidays. She can sense that Nick shares his carnal embraces with others rather than Sabrina. She can sense that his soul is shrouded in darkness and he reaks of sex.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, and Zelda discuss the Pagan witches they’ve crossed paths with. Zelda claims that they only seek to cause chaos. She thought that they were gone from the entire country. Ambrose thought that Pagan witches died out entirely when Satanic witches ascended. When Christians came to power. Sabrina suggests conjuring a storm to make them leave as they still have to take their Moon bath. The Spellmans join hands to conjure a storm and make it rain. The clouds darken, but they fail to conjure the storm.
Dorcas is bitten by a snake and falls to the ground. Nagaina takes her leg and sucks the venom out. Nick returns with the snake after cutting it in half. Nagaina is enraged, referring to Nick as a murderer and explaining that it was the snake’s home they invaded. With that, Pan, Circe, and Nagaina decides to take their people and leave. Zelda agrees, stating that they were there first. Pan retorts that the pagans were there first, before the false god. Before the Dark Lord, the old gods reigned, and the pagans worshiped them. Now, something has happened and their time has come around again.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, Zelda, Prudence, Agatha, Dorcas, Melvin, and Elspeth gather to discuss their recent run-in with pagans. Zelda asks Nick what he has to say for himself after killing a snake in front of Nagaina. Ambrose points out that they probably worship snakes. Nick is unapologetic. Zelda informs the coven that pagans are not to be trifled with, especially not while they’re without powers. Hilda suggests sending an offering to make amends. She asks Nick to give them her Moon pie, but he refuses, exclaiming that he’s done enough to protect the coven and storms off. In his place, Zelda asks Dorcas to take the pie. She agrees and Prudence offers to send Melvin and Agatha with her, but Dorcas turns down the security. Prudence sends Agatha nonetheless.
Sabrina chases after Nick and asks to talk, starting with him cheating on her and hooking up with sex demons. He accuses Sabrina of trying to make his suffering about her. Nick reminds Sabrina of what the pagan said, that he’s dirty and polluted. Sabrina insists that he’s just been through trauma. And she surmises that he’s drinking, doing drugs and letting sex demons whip him so that he doesn’t have to deal with whatever happened, but Sabrina pleads with Nick to tell him what happened while he was in Hell. Nick explains that he was stripped naked and put in chains by Lilith, tortured on the inside, humiliated and debased on the outside for weeks that felt like decades. And there was no reprieve. He was a punching bag for Lucifer and a plaything for Lilith. He wrestled the Dark Lord for dominance, and it was exhausting. It was a place of no rest, just pain. All to protect Sabrina. As for the sex demons, Nick explains that he’s not getting that kind of comfort from Sabrina. He accuses her of saving herself for someone else, but she insists that's not true. Sabrina asks what can she do to help, but Nick tells her there’s nothing she can do as he only sees her father when he looks at her.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, Zelda, Prudence, Melvin, Elspeth, and the rest of the coven, save for Nick, Agatha, and Dorcas, apply the sacred oil all over their exposed body as the moon peaks. The coven lays down on the ground and forms a circle as Hilda explains why they honor the Hare Moon. It’s light will shine on them, and they will reclaim their power. Hilda looks to the moon and asks that it bless them with its gifts and energies. They offer their bodies in exchange for their magicks multiplying in the spirit of the Hare. The coven holds hands to seal the circle and their skin glows blue.
The moon suddenly darkens above the Church of Night. Ambrose remarks that an eclipse would be impossible at such a time, leaving Zelda and Hilda to conclude that they’re under attack by the pagans. The moon bath won’t work under the eclipsed moon. Zelda orders Sabrina, Ambrose, Prudence, Melvin, and Elspeth to gather their belongings and return to the Academy, even with that meaning leaving Nick and Prudence’s sisters unprotected and lost in the woods. Zelda explains that once the coven has fortified behind their walls, only then will they plot their counter-attack.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, Zelda, Prudence, Melvin, Elspeth, and the remaining members of the coven reconvene in the dormitory, where they will sleep together so that everyone is protected. However, they discover that their beds are infested with snakes. Melvin then informs the coven that the pagans are outside. They open the Academy’s doors to find Pan, Nagaina, Circe, and the pagans hidden within the fog. Pan warns them that their time is over and that the old gods are returning, as well as the old ways. He tells them to either bow and pray to their gods or be killed. They have three days to decide. The pagans disappear, leaving behind a crazed Agatha and a petrified Dorcas.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, and Zelda retreat to the main office to discuss their next choice of action. The pagans are a clear and present danger. And they are without strength. They have no other choice but to free the Dark Lord. There will be hell to pay for their actions, but he’ll crush the pagans under his hoof. Sabrina volunteers to go down and talk to him.
Sabrina enters the Dark Lord’s cell to find her father gone and Nick bleeding from his mouth and a green substance dripping from his eyes.
Nick awakens chained up and locked inside a pentagram with Ambrose and Sabrina standing over him. Sabrina explains that he got high, freed the Dark Lord, and passed out. He had enough drugs in his system to level a small army. Sabrina demands that he get clean. Fortunately, Ambrose knows of an ancient, albeit brutal, cleansing ritual he came across during his Oxford days. The ritual normally requires 30 days to complete, but they don’t have 30 days as the pagans are threatening to exterminate the coven in three. Ambrose intends to use the time-warping egg he recovered from Father Blackwood to compress Nick’s 30-day ritual into one long, unrelenting day. Nick looks to Sabrina and says that he hates her.
Ambrose and Sabrina lock him inside as they discuss the ritual and the impending pagan attack. They’ll need Nick, as he’s one of their greatest warlocks. In the meantime, Ambrose will help Prudence deal with Agatha and Dorcas while Sabrina visits Roz. Ambrose warns Sabrina to be careful with the Dark Lord on the loose.
Sabrina arrives at the Kinkle house to find that Roz has been turned to stone. She informs Harvey and Theo how the same thing happened to Dorcas and that Ambrose is working on a way to reverse it. Harvey regrets leaving Roz’ side at the carnival. Sabrina informs them that the carnies are pagans. She describes them as being like witches, but from a different time. Some have powers, others don’t. But they’re all dangerous, so Sabrina pleads with Harvey and Theo to sit tight.
Sabrina heads into the woods, where she is informed by Lilith that it’s time for the second challenge of the Unholy Regalia. Sabrina and Lilith arrive at the Academy to find Prudence, Ambrose, Hilda, Zelda, Elspeth, Melvin, the Plague Kings, and Caliban awaiting her. By Infernal Law, the Kings declare that the second quest begin. Sabrina and Caliban must seek and retrieve Pontius Pilate’s Pontius Pilate's Bowl. Sabrina attempts to postpone the challenge, but Lilith informs her that by not accepting the challenge, she threatens the existence of the Church of Night. Sabrina is at fault for that the balance of the cosmos being tipped, the pagans returning, and her coven’s loss of power. It’s all a direct result of Sabrina’s refusal to claim the throne. However, if she can uncover the Unholy Regalia, she may stand a chance of replenishing her coven’s energy. Sabrina is reluctant, but with an attack front the pagans nearing, Zelda orders her to accept the challenge and win, for the sake of the coven.
Lilith and Sabrina relocate to the Desecrated Church, where Lilith informs Sabrina that Pontius Pilate’s bowl is located on a hill just outside Jerusalem. Otherwise known as the "Place of Skulls." Where the Nazarene was crucified. Sabrina asks Lilith to teleport her there as her energies are insufficient. Lilith informs Sabrina that the bowl is locked in an eternal time loop. Almost impossible to reach unless Sabrina has mastered time magic, to which Sabrina informs Lilith that she had access to time magicks. There’s a painting at Dorian's Gray Room. It’s a portal to Jerusalem. Sabrina will use it to get there with Lilith’s help.
As Sabrina bottles some of the water from the tank containing the egg, she notices Nick in a constant state of pain and promises him that he’ll make it through it. Afterward, she asks her aunt Hilda if she could check on Nick while she’s gone, but Hilda appears more concerned with catching the "big fat juicy fly" that’s flying around the room. A sizable boil has appeared on her left cheek. She catches it with her hand and then proceeds to eat it.
Sabrina meets Lilith at Dorian’s, who performs a spell that allows them to portal to the Place of Skulls. She advises Sabrina to make her way to the temple of Jerusalem as quick as she can, retrieve Pontius Pilate’s bowl, and get out. The slightest misstep could have her trapped in a time loop forever. Sabrina then douses herself in the egg water and recites a spell that takes her back in time to where the temple of Jerusalem stood. As she approaches the temple, she is apprehended by Pontius Pilate.
Sabrina is placed in a cell by Pontius Pilate. Caliban and Barabbas are her cellmates. Caliban got there via time stone. Barabbas informs them that there is no escaping Pilate's perverse passion play. Every hundred years or so, someone like Sabrina comes along, hoping to steal Pilate's bowl. A few even catch sight of it as they breathe their last. But they all die in the end. Unlike the others, Barabbas never dies. It's his curse. He’s doomed to repeat this day of infamy over and over again. Pilate could break the cycle, but he chooses not to. Sabrina asks Barabbas what does he mean by "catch sight of the bowl as they breathe their last"? Barabbas reveals that after Pontius Pilate pardons him, as he always does, and condemns both Sabrina and Caliban to death, he'll wash his hands in the bowl, and they’ll be crucified. Sabrina devises a plan to make her move when he's washing his hands. Caliban interjects, not that Sabrina’s interested in what he has to say after he cheated during the last challenge. "Even a King of Hell must have some dignity. Some honor.", she retorts.
Pontius approaches the cell and tells Sabrina and Caliban that the punishment for trespassing in Golgotha is 100 lashes. Caliban volunteers to take the lashes as he refuses to watch as Sabrina, the Queen of Hell, be debased in such a way, proving that he does in fact have honor. Also, he’s made of clay, so the lashes won’t draw blood. Barabbas informs Sabrina that Caliban’s sacrifice is noble but pointless, as it's always the same. First, the imprisonment, then the lashings. He is pardoned whilst Sabrina and Caliban are condemned. Sabrina gets an idea and asks Barabbas what happens when someone is pardoned.
Barabbas, Sabrina, and Caliban are put on trial, and Pontius Pilate allows the citizens to choose which of the three will be pardoned. The crowd chants Barabbas’ name, and he is pardoned. Pontius then washes his hands in the bowl as the execution nears. Barabbas grabs the bowl and runs. However, as it turns out, Sabrina placed a glamour on both herself as well as Barabbas, to make them appear as each other. So, as Sabrina runs for the time stone to return home with the bowl, Barabbas remains chained up to Caliban.
Sabrina makes it back to Lilith with Pontius Pilate’s bowl. She tells Lilith that Caliban was there, to which Lilith replies that he’ll hopefully be stuck in the time loop forever, which Sabrina didn’t want. Before returning to Hell to claim victory of the second challenge, Sabrina needs to help Nick and her coven.
Their powers are depleted and their pagan enemies are closing in. Sabrina, Ambrose, Prudence, Hilda, Zelda, and the coven will use the very last of their natural magicks to call upon the wayward witches to join them as they stand within a circle of ancient stones. Together, they have the power to amplify their energy to broadcast their message. But it is up to them and their psychic intention to set them in harmony. As the Church of Night sends out a distress signal to any wayward witches, Agatha interrupts the summoning ceremony and breaks one of the stones in half with a sledgehammer. She then turns her attentions to Dorcas, but Prudence tackles Agatha and puts her in a choke hold as she explains that the Dark Lord freed her. With Agatha having interrupted the summoning ritual, Ambrose is doubtful any witches received their request for help. Melvin then arrives to inform the coven that the pagans killed Elspeth. Surrender was never an option. The pagans want to kill the Church of Night for their blood.
Sabrina and Ambrose watch over Nick, who seems to be in even worse condition than before. The leeches Ambrose used are all dead. Killed by whatever they absorbed from Nick. Ambrose cuts one open, revealing some kind of black goo.
Upon further examination, Ambrose determines that Nick is infected with "radicum outum diaboli", otherwise known as Satan’s residue. The Dark Lord left behind a piece of himself in Nick. Like tar in a smoker's lungs, except this tar is alive, infernal, and corrupting. Sabrina recalls Nick saying he could still feel the Dark Lord inside him. They need to get what's left of Lucifer out. Sabrina refuses to perform another exorcism. The last one nearly killed her. Ambrose suggests that instead of forcing the residue out of Nick, they lure it out. Entice it with a stronger host. A host with blood identical to it. Meaning Sabrina. Her blood coaxes the Dark Lord's essence out of Nick’s body. She then uses holy water to neutralize the residue. Ambrose informs Sabrina that he has one last trick up his sleeve, involving the Dark Lord’s residue.
Sabrina enters Nick’s room to find him awake and lucid. He’s feeling better than he has in days, but he’s also ashamed. Sabrina tells him that he has no reason to feel that way as he was sick. Sabrina hopes they can go back to how things were. However, Nick can’t do that because he doesn’t know if it was the Dark Lord that made him act the way he did. He fears that maybe the Dark Lord merely exploited something that was already there. The Dark Lord was able to drag him down so low because there's something wrong with him. Whatever the case is, Nick needs time for himself and breaks up with Sabrina, also providing her with the time she needs to protect her coven and a realm. Sabrina asks Nick to kiss her, but he can’t in fear that if he does that he’ll never be able to walk away. Nick then teleports out of the room. Lilith arrives soon thereafter and reminds Sabrina that queens aren't allowed to cry and that it’s time to return Pilate's bowl to Hell.
Lilith and Sabrina return to Hell with the bowl of Pontius Pilate. When the Plague Kings ask about Caliban, Lilith tells them that Sabrina’s victory over Caliban was absolute, as Sabrina isn’t sure he survived. However, Caliban enters having survived the ordeal. He reminds Sabrina that he’s made of clay and that he waited under the dusts of the ages for 2,000 years after Sabrina cheated, stole Pilate’s bowl and left him for dead. With each having won a single challenge, it’s sudden death. The winner shall reign over Hell for all eternity. Lilith promises to reign by Sabrina’s side forever. Sabrina then tells Lilith that Lucifer escaped from the Academy, and no one knows here he is. Lilith is in fear for her life as the Dark Lord will kill her for betraying him.
Sabrina arrives and offers an extra pair of hands. Ambrose, Zelda, and Sabrina are then confronted by the summoned hedge witches, including Gryla, Pesta, Sycorax, Dezmelda, and Mambo Marie. Gryla demands to know why they were summoned against their will. For this act, she declares that everyone in the Academy will die. 
Zelda, Sabrina, and Ambrose welcome Gryla, Pesta, Sycorax, Dezmelda, Mother Hubbard, and Mambo Marie, who claim they were summoned against their will. Zelda explains that none of them are safe on their own with the arrival of a community of pagans, including a Gorgon and the great god Pan. Mambo Marie advises her fellow witches to at least hear the Spellmans out as opposed to attacking them. They face a common enemy and are forced to unite in order to survive. Zelda pleads with Gryla to hear her out and tells Sabrina to fetch them some food and drinks.
Gryla points out that the Church of Night has always turned their kind, hedge witches, away. For centuries, they've had to brave the wilderness alone. She questions why she should help them. Zelda explains that their numbers are depleted. Their magicks non-existent. They need strength, and if the wayward witches agree to help, the Academy could be their home too. They could make a new coven together. Mambo Marie admits that there is wisdom in what she says. Better to be united for what is coming. As for the Dark Lord, he’s still at large but trapped in a flesh Acheron, with his strength muted. Zelda asks that the witches stand with them against the pagans when they come in three days. She tells Pesta to poison the soil around the Academy so if any pagan touches it, they'll shrivel with disease. As for sleeping quarters, Zelda has arranged for them to stay at the Desecrated Church and tells Sabrina, Prudence, and Nick to prep it.
Prudence confronts Nick and Sabrina as the three of them prepare the Desecrated Church for the hedge witches. They reveal that they’ve broken up and are only friends. Prudence tells Sabrina that her mortal side is showing and that heartbreak isn’t a good look for witches. She offers to make the pain go away with a cord-cutting spell. All they need is two candles joined by one wick, and whatever emotional ties Sabrina has with Nicholas will be burned away for good.
However, Sabrina hopes that their breakup is temporary and that they will get back together. Prudence says that Sabrina and Nick were a mismatch from the start. She asks if Nick ever thanked Sabrina for saving his life and helping him get clean, which he didn’t. Sabrina turns down Prudence’s romantic advice and leaves.
Sabrina arrives at Harvey’s to find him, Theo, and Robin covered in mud. They reveal that Circe turned Billy, Carl, Martin, and Eric into pigs. Robin also reveals that he’s a pagan and that they’re planning a slaughter that he will not be party to. He doesn’t want what they want. The pagans came to Greendale to resurrect the pagan gods, starting with the oldest ones, the Green Man. Sabrina asks Robin how do they stop them. Robin reveals that the ultimate resurrection of the Green Man can’t happen without a virgin sacrifice. Which is why Robin got close to Theo and Nagaina got close to Harvey. Roz is the only one not a virgin, which is why they turned her to stone, as well as because she could use her cunning to stop them. Robin reveals that when the Green Man’s head scrapes the sky and the ripe fruit falls from his arms, he’ll be resurrected. Caliban interrupts to propose a deal. He knows of a Pygmalion spell that would turn Roz back to flesh. And if Sabrina comes with him to find the spell, he’ll outline his proposal to her. Sabrina agrees and leaves with Caliban. Mr. Kinkle then calls Harvey into the house for dinner.
As Sabrina and Caliban search for the spell to save Roz, Sabrina questions why it’s called a Pygmalion spell. Caliban tells Sabrina about the myth of Pygmalion. He was a sculptor who carved a woman made of ivory. Pygmalion fell in love with the statue, wished her alive. He made an offering to the gods, promised he would give up his greatest love, sculpting. In exchange, when Pygmalion kissed the statue, she turned to flesh. As for Caliban’s proposal, they could compete against each other to find the third item of the Unholy Regalia, Judas' pieces of silver, or they could work together to find them. They would both win the throne in that case. They could align and rule Hell together and get married. Sabrina turns him down. So, he asks her to make him a counteroffer. And in return, he’ll give her the spell he just found. Sabrina negotiates with Caliban, starting with making Earth off-limits and ending the enslavement of all souls. She’d like to reform the Hell that already exists, make it better, work with Heaven instead of against it, though Caliban is doubtful it is possible. Sabrina agrees to Caliban’s proposal, but she demands it in writing first and informs him that their alignment would be strictly political.
Sabrina and Caliban return to Harvey’s to find him scrambling to put back together the pieces of Roz. She’s been shattered, broken into a million pieces. Caliban tells Harvey that Roz needs to be put back together and arranged into her correct shape, as he knows of a special epoxy that can hold her together. Sabrina asks about Harvey and Roz and why they haven’t had sex. Harvey tells Sabrina that they were planning to, but the carnival came and things got bad again. Sabrina then reveals to Harvey that she never had sex with Nick and that they broke up. She comments that maybe he wasn't the right one.
Sabrina, Harvey, and Caliban have gathered every piece of Roz. Before they can glue her back together, they must take her to the place that Harvey and Roz first kissed, where the spell will be most effective. Harvey reveals that was at school. The night of the dance. Theo and Robin arrive and offer to help carry Roz.
Sabrina, Harvey, Caliban, Theo, and Robin take Roz to Baxter High, where they glue her back together. Harvey must now say the spell, but first, he has to make his offering to Aphrodite or Eros. Caliban explains that Harvey has to offer up his love for Rosalind in order for her to be restored to flesh. Aphrodite is the goddess of love. She’ll grant Harvey’s wish but demands his heart's desire. He has to forsake his truest love and kiss her to complete the spell and restore her to flesh. However, if Harvey ever betrays his vows and kiss Roz again, she’ll turn to stone forever. Harvey recites the vow to Aphrodite and kisses Roz, but she doesn’t turn back. Caliban explains that Harvey’s offering was rejected because Harvey doesn’t truly love her. Aphrodite will only accept his heart’s truest desire and that must not be Roz. Harvey gets angry and punches Caliban. Robin informs the group that Circe has powerful magicks of transformation, and she could turn Roz back into flesh. He neglected to tell them this because it’s too dangerous. Circe could turn them into any creature she’d ever seen before. And without magick, they’re no match against her. However, Sabrina knows where they can borrow magick.
Sabrina returns to the Academy with Caliban, where she asks Prudence for Ambrose’s whereabouts. There, she is confronted by Nick, who accuses her of moving on with Caliban. Sabrina explains that he’s only helping her save Roz and that she’s never lied to Nick, unlike him, who’s lied to her constantly, that is when he wasn’t cheating on her. Even Prudence chimes in to add that Sabrina is right. While Sabrina is sorry for what he endured, she tells Nick that he’s neither a martyr nor innocent. And if he ever disrespects her again, then he can forget about them being friends.
Sabrina and Caliban go to the Academy's library in search of Ambrose. She dismisses Caliban as she finds him. Sabrina has been thinking about the hedge witches and the stone circles and how they can be used to go on the offensive. They need Roz and Dorcas back before their transformation to stone becomes irreversible. As it stands, the pagans don’t know about the hedge witches, and Sabrina wants to use that to her advantage.
Sabrina and Ambrose get the hedge witches drunk off vino. As Gryla, Pesta, Sycorax, Dezmelda, Mother Hubbard, and Mambo Marie drink, and with their inhibitions low, Sabrina persuades them into taking the fight to the pagans. As Sabrina goes to the carnival to confront the pagans, Ambrose and Prudence stay behind at the Academy with the hedge witches as they channel each other, as well as the stones for power to lend to Sabrina.
With Salem at her side, Sabrina enters the carnival. She uses the powers of Petsa, Sycorax, and Gryla to take out the approaching pagans. Salem then distracts Circe long enough for Sabrina to grab her and teleport her back to the Academy, where she is bound in chains and held at gunpoint by Sabrina, Harvey, Ambrose, Prudence, Theo, and Robin. Sabrina demands that she return Roz and Dorcas back to flesh. If she refuses, they’ll just cut off her hands. Circe submits and turns Roz and Dorcas back to flesh. Prudence embraces Dorcas. The Same goes for Harvey with Roz. Robin then tells Circe to turn Billy, Carl, Martin, and Eric back into humans. Circe informs Robin that Pan and Nagaina will kill him for betraying them. As the boys are turned back into humans, Prudence compels them and leads them out of the Academy.
At the Academy, Prudence informs Ambrose, Dorcas, Theo, Robin, Roz, Harvey, and Sabrina that the Circe is in the dungeon and the boys are back home, none the wiser. Harvey welcomes Robin into the Fright Club and tells Roz that she’ll never lose him.
Sabrina runs into Nick, who apologizes for his earlier remarks. He asks if they’re still friends, and she nods her head yes.
Sabrina takes Prudence’s advice and performs a cord-cutting spell to remove any emotional ties to Nick. Salem warns her against it, but Sabrina feels that she must. He asks what of her feelings for Harvey. Sabrina will always love Harvey, but she doesn’t think she’s in love with him anymore. However, better to be safe than sorry, so Sabrina writes Harvey’s name on the candle alongside Nick’s, cutting any emotional ties to him too, as she lights the candle.
The gunshot fired by Mary Wardwell echoes throughout Spellman Mortuary. Sabrina and Ambrose find Zelda bleeding out on the floor. Ambrose runs for help as Sabrina stays by Zelda’s side. He returns with Prudence and Mambo Marie. They take Zelda downstairs into the embalming room and remove the bullet. They’re going to need great strength if they are going to save her. While Zelda remains alive, she is stuck in limbo, Mambo Marie explains. All they can do is burn the violet candles and wait to see if Zelda can find her way back. They are startled by sudden loud wailing.
Sabrina, Ambrose, and Prudence find a banshee, otherwise known as the wailing woman, lurking outside the mortuary. It’s an omen, meaning at least one member of the Spellman family is going to die soon.
Sabrina, Prudence, and Ambrose recount the current obstacles they are up against, including the encroaching pagans, Zelda trapped in limbo, and Hilda buried in the Cain Pit. Ambrose thinks that he knows of a way to gain power, though it won’t be easy. Ambrose found a siphoning spell. If they can get the hedge witches into the center of the stone circle, they can take their energy and replenish their coven. Unfortunately, with the hedge witches being older and few in numbers, the siphoning would likely kill them. Sabrina suggests that they find another way. Unless Sabrina knows of a more nubile coven to bring into the circle, they don’t have any other options. Sabrina claims that while it may be the very definition of an unholy Magdalene, she believes that she already belongs to another "coven." The Baxter High Ravenettes.
At Baxter High, Sabrina tells Roz that she’s in need of a young, energetic group of women who often chant and move in unison; the Ravenettes. She needs Roz’ help with a special performance at the Academy. Ambrose has a plan to re-energize the Church of Night members, and she’ll need the Ravenettes. Sabrina then asks Roz what it was that she wanted to talk about, but Roz tells her it can wait. As for how Sabrina plans to get them to the Academy, she’ll use a spell of persuasion. Lizzie arrives and asks what they’re talking about.
Sabrina and Roz take Lizzie and the Ravenettes to the Academy, where Ambrose and Melvin wait to perform the ritual. Prudence arrives in search of Dorcas, but no one has seen her. Sabrina, Ambrose, Prudence, and Melvin begin chanting in Latin as Roz, Lizzie, and the Ravenettes perform their flash mob routine. The ritual goes as planned, leaving the Ravenettes weakened and tired. Faustus arrives through the secret door with the pagans. Sabrina closes the door, and the Church of Night and Ravenettes take each other’s hands and teleport to safety. Roz, Lizzie, and the Ravenettes are teleported to Baxter High, where everyone save for Roz has forgotten their stint at the Academy.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Prudence, Melvin, and the remaining members of the Church of Night teleport to Pandemonium. Sabrina returns to the Academy to retrieve the effigies that are filled with the energies that Hilda and Zelda need to return to the land of the living. There, she is confronted by Faustus, who inquires about the hedge witches in the Desecrated Church, whom he left unharmed, as they’re not worth killing. He advances towards Sabrina, but she teleports away. The pagans return with Circe and Dorcas, the latter murdered before they arrived. Agatha arrives covered in Dorcas’ blood and admits to having taken her own Sister’s life. Blackwood takes Agatha in and tells her that he wants every last Spellman dead. He's also still in search of the egg that Ambrose and Prudence stole.
Sabrina returns to Hell to tell Ambrose, Prudence, and Melvin that her father is no longer bonded to Blackwood. Lucifer and Lilith arrive and inform Sabrina that the Plague Kings have called for the third and final challenge. It’s up to Sabrina to retrieve Judas Iscariot’s 30 pieces of silver and secure the throne of Hell for the House of Morningstar. However, Sabrina would rather attend to her aunts. Ambrose and Prudence tell Sabrina that they'll deliver the effigies to Hilda and Zelda and protect them from Blackwood until they recover. The power siphoning might have worked, but Ambrose fears it is only temporary, and with a war brewing with the pagans, they’ll need power, which Sabrina could gain in winning the Unholy Regalia. Lilith reveals that she’s pregnant and that Sabrina has a little brother on the way. Sabrina tells Ambrose and Prudence to protect her aunts while the rest of the coven stay hidden in Hell.
As Caliban receives counsel from the two remaining Plague Kings, Beelzebub and Asmodeus, Lucifer and Lilith prep Sabrina for the final challenge. Lucifer tells Sabrina that only Judas himself knows where the silver is. And Lucifer is the one person who can take Sabrina to Judas. Lilith warns the Dark Lord against interfering. Should the kings find out, the challenge could be deemed a forfeit. As the challenge commences, Lucifer telepathically tells Sabrina where to find Judas. In a volcanic cave, embedded in the walls with Cassius and Brutus. Together, they make up the three worst betrayers in history.
Sabrina finds Judas right where her father said she would; embedded in a stone wall inside a volcanic cave. Judas reveals it was Lucifer who put him there. Sabrina asks where to find the 30 pieces of silver he was paid to betray the Nazarene. In return for his compliance, she offers him water. He tells Sabrina there is any easy way, in which the silver simply appears to her and a harder way, in which she must seek it out. Sabrina chooses the easy way. She must betray someone with a single kiss, as Judas did. Sabrina reluctantly agrees.
Sabrina portals to Harvey at Baxter High. He asks if Roz talked to her, causing Sabrina to wonder if something happened between the two of them. Harvey’s no longer sure where they stand. As Sabrina goes to kiss him, Harvey professes his love for Roz, and Sabrina backs out. She tells Harvey that he and Roz are great together and they shouldn’t let anyone ruin that. She then portals back to Judas to inquire about the hard way. He tells her about the Field of Blood. A burial ground where his silver is buried in a crypt with the first vampire, Vlad the Impaler. The silver is in a bag at his side. She must count them to ensure they’re all there. Sabrina now has to portal to his tomb, but she first gives Judas the water he was promised.
At Dorian's Gray Room, Sabrina tells Nick that both her aunts were shot and that Blackwood has come back and is working with the pagans. And now, she has to find the final piece of the Unholy Regalia before Caliban does. Nick remarks that the Sabrina Spellman he knew would never abandon her family for a quest. He then wishes Sabrina luck before she portals through one of Dorian’s photos. Nick then receives an S.O.S message on his hand from Sabrina’s magick marker.
Just as Judas said she would, Sabrina finds the silver in Vlad the Impaler’s crypt. Vlad is nothing more than a skeleton. Sabrina takes the silver and counts it to ensure all 30 pieces are accounted for. Vlad rises from his crypt, full of blood and flesh once more. He compels Sabrina into compliance. He asks if his father sent Sabrina, she replies no, explaining that she was sent by Judas, unaware that Judas is in fact Vlad’s father; the father of vampires. He compels Sabrina into allowing him to feed on her. When he does, her infernal blood burns him. Sabrina then breaks free of his compulsion and kicks him in the face.
Sabrina returns to Judas. He asks to feel the weight of the silver coins in his hand one last time. Sabrina gives him the coins, and Caliban reveals himself after having posed as Judas. He then does a spell that frees him and embeds Sabrina into the stone wall. He asks why Sabrina didn’t take the easy way and betray someone with a kiss. Sabrina replies that she’s not a betrayer. However, Caliban begs to differ considering Sabrina chose the quest over her family. While Sabrina was dashing off, collecting trinkets, Caliban was arranging a coup. Caliban then reveals to Sabrina that Lucifer and Lilith have been embedded into the stone walls as well. He encases Sabrina in stone completely and leaves as he has a mortal world to conquer and a tenth circle to create.
Still entombed in stone, Sabrina is awakened by a future version of herself. Future Sabrina trades places with her younger self, freeing her from the stone. This is Sabrina’s chance to save herself and her loved ones. She has to collect the Unholy Regalia and take back Greendale from the pagans. And when she’s done, it’ll be her turn to be Future Sabrina, and take the place of the next Sabrina. When everything is said and done, she has to come back and do for the next Sabrina what Future Sabrina just did for her in order to complete the time loop. It’s the only way to keep the realms preserved. Chaos will ensue if she doesn't.
Sabrina arrives at Pandemonium to find it completely destroyed. As she reaches for the Unholy Regalia, King Herod, Centurion, and Vlad the Impaler, the guardians of said Regalia attack her. Sabrina freezes them in place, having gained more power since her imprisonment. Vlad reveals that Hell was invaded by the archangel Michael, who defeated Caliban, the Clay King, who was killed in battle. Hell was then sacked. However, through it all, the Regalia remained hidden. As for Caliban's plan to expand Hell into the mortal world, he failed after being beaten back by the pagans of Earth.
Sabrina returns to earth and finds that the Spellman house has been abandoned for years judging by its appearance. She finds the remains of Prudence and Agatha in one of the rooms. She rushes down to the embalming room, where she finds Mambo Marie’s remains on the floor and her aunt Zelda on the table, with a knife in her chest. Just outside, she finds her aunt Hilda and Salem’s tombstones. She apologizes for leaving them when they needed her most. Sabrina recovers both effigies and lays in her old bed. Later that night, while searching through the kitchen, Sabrina is attacked by two plant-like creatures. She runs into the parlor and locks them in the kitchen, where they are slaughtered by Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion. They agree to protect Sabrina for as long as she’s in possession of the Regalia.
Sabrina, Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion arrive at Baxter High. Inside one of the classroom, she finds a message written on the chalkboard: "Dear Lord Deliver Us From Carcosa." And so, the four of them make their way to the carnival, which like the rest of the town, appears barren and abandoned. There, she finds the remains of Nick, Robin, Theo, and Roz. She watches as the plant-like creatures throw buckets of blood at the feet of the Green Man. Ambrose sneaks up from behind and tells her to come with him.
Ambrose informs Sabrina, Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion that it’s been decades since she left Greendale. Time operates under different rules in the Ninth Circle. Ambrose reveals that everyone is dead and gone. They’re trapped in flesh factories by the plant-like creatures. Their blood is harvested to water the Green Man. The pagans have won, and the Earth is once more a garden of horrors. And the only safe place left is the Kinkle mines. Ambrose fortified the entrance to keep the pagans away.
Inside the mines, Ambrose tells Sabrina how he went crazy for a decade or two. But the books were his salvation. He’s read everything. Sabrina asks if he came across anything that could help them fix things. Ambrose explains that Sabrina missed the end of the world and that everyone is dead, including Prudence, who he held in his arms, only to abandon her so that he could grab Blackwood’s time egg. Sabrina surmises that her future self must’ve used the time egg to go back in time and save her, and asks Ambrose if that was possible. He explains that it is, but it would require a large level of energies, such as those imbued into the Unholy Regalia. Sabrina wants to use the egg to go back in time to stop the pagans and save Greendale. Ambrose says that in order to do that, they would have to repurpose the Unholy Regalia, assuming Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion would allow him to, which they do. Sabrina and Ambrose plan to smelt down the Unholy Regalia into a morningstar, a medieval spiked ball and chain that Sabrina will use to gather the egg’s magical energies into a vortex. All they need now is a sacred place to perform this, such as the stone circle at the Academy. Unfortunately, that’s where Blackwood holds court, driven mad and feral by his insane worship of the eldritch terrors.
Sabrina grabs Batibat, whom they have imprisoned in a jar, from the kitchen of the Spellman house, and meets back up with Ambrose outside the Academy doors along with Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion. He has smelted down the Regalia into a morningstar. Sabrina asks why the Academy isn’t overgrown like the rest of town. Ambrose explains that long ago, Pesta poisoned the earth so that nothing could grow there.
Sabrina goes inside by herself. She calls out to Faustus. He concludes that she’s come to offer herself to the Void and the other eldritch terrors. Sabrina fails to open the jar in time to release Batibat, and so Ambrose picks the jar up and smashes it at Blackwood’ feet. However, nothing happens, and so he then proceeds to kill Sabrina and Ambrose. Unbeknownst to Blackwood, he is trapped within a dream created by Batibat. In reality, Sabrina and Ambrose remain unharmed. As plant zombies near, they begin the ritual. With the egg in hand, Sabrina starts swinging the morningstar and chanting in Latin as Ambrose, Vlad, King Herod, and Centurion push the stone circle around her. This creates a vortex that sends Sabrina back in time to before the pagans concurred the Earth.
Sabrina finds herself standing alone in the lobby, questioning what time she landed in. She takes cover behind one of the stones as Faustus and Agatha enter the lobby after failing to recover the time egg. Blackwood concludes that it must be at the Spellman house.
Sabrina teleports into the embalming room to warn Ambrose, Prudence, and Mambo Marie that Blackwood is on the way to kill them. Sabrina insists that they leave or else they’ll all die.
Sabrina teleports to Harvey’s, where she reunites with Nick, Harvey, Roz, Theo, and Robin. She warns them that the pagans are coming and that they must leave immediately. She admits that Nick was right and that she’ll never abandon her friends again. She then teleports them to Dorian’s, where Ambrose, Prudence, Mambo Marie, Gryla, Pesta, Sycorax, Dezmelda, Mother Hubbard, Melvin, and the coven have gathered. Zelda awakens with the knowledge of her to repower the coven and defeat the pagans. Zelda then asks about Hilda, who hasn’t resurrected from the Cain Pit. Zelda saw the future, and Hilda lives to be an old crone. Zelda will use what she learned in the next life to drag her back into this life.
Zelda returns to the Cain Pit, where she buried Hilda, and with the help of Sabrina, Roz, Pesta, Dezmelda, Gryla, Mambo Marie, Sycorax, Mother Hubbard, and several other witches, call on the triple goddess Hecate. Ambrose, Melvin, Salem, Harvey, Robin, Theo, and Nick watch from the sideline. It is said that whenever you call on the Triple Goddess, she comes to you. As much as I ignored her, put my faith in lesser gods, signed my name in other books, she still came to me when I needed her most. When I wandered, lost in the Nether Realm, it was she who led me back to the material world. We call you, Hecate. We call on you now, maiden, in your unbounded potential. We call on you, mother, in all your divine power. We call on you, crone, in your arcane wisdom. We are descended of all maidens, mothers, and crones. And so, when we call on the three-in-one, we call on all witches stretching back from the beginning of time to the end of days. We call on ourselves, the powers that have been denied us. Imbue us with them, Hecate, and we shall pray to you morning, noon, and night. And we shall live to honor thy three faces, thy three forms. Dark mother, keeper of the key to the door between worlds, we summon thee. Return our sister Hilda to the realm of the living, and we will never forget you again! The wind suddenly stops blowing and Hilda’s hand rises from the dirt.
After digging Hilda up, Sabrina, Zelda, Ambrose, Prudence, Theo, Robin, Nick, Melvin, Roz, and Harvey discuss the pagans and just how they intend to stop them from implanting everyone in town with the Green Man’s seed. Hilda suggests using an enchanted lullaby to put everyone to sleep. However, Robin explains that in that case, the pagans will get seeded and offer themselves up. Also, they still need their virgin. Along with Harvey, there’s still Ms. Wardwell, who Zelda recalls shot her. Sabrina will track down Ms. Wardwell while Zelda, Hilda, Ambrose, and Prudence perform an enchanted lullaby to put the entire town to sleep.
Sabrina, glamoured as Robin, arrives with Mary Wardwell bound and gagged at the carnival. Pan welcomes Robin back with open arms as they prepare for the rising of the Green Man. Mary is placed inside the Green Man as the pagans are seeded and offer themselves up as sacrifices. Pan, Nagaina, and Circe lead the chant for the Green Man to rise. The vines and branches tighten around Mary and consume her. However, rather than pollination, the Green Man decays, as it shrivels up and rots. As it turns out, Mary Wardwell is actually Pesta in glamour, and Robin is Sabrina. Before glamouring herself as Mary Wardwell, Sabrina found the real Ms. Wardwell and erased her mind of the Spellmans being witches. Sabrina now warns Pan to take his carnival and leave Greendale. Zelda, Hilda, Mambo Marie, Gryla, Sycorax, Melvin, Nick, Harvey, Theo, Prudence, Roz, Robin, and the remaining members of the Church of Night arrive as back up and chase the pagans out of Greendale.
Sabrina, Ambrose, Hilda, and Zelda return home, where they celebrate their victory over the pagans. Ambrose assumes that Sabrina will be going back to Hell to finish the third and final challenge, but Sabrina claims that she’s already won the Unholy Regalia. However, she does have to go back to Hell to finish her business there, and she’s not sure when she’ll be back. Zelda and Hilda start to cry, as Queen of Hell is not the life they had planned for Sabrina. Sabrina says her goodbyes and leaves.
As promised, Sabrina returns to Hell, however, instead of honoring her end of the deal and completing the time loop, Sabrina finds her past self and warns her against giving the silver over. She explains how that’s actually Caliban in the wall, not Judas. And the moment Sabrina gives him that silver, he’ll win everything and trap Sabrina forever. Sabrina explains to her past self that all this has already happened to her. She was supposed to keep the time loop going, but instead, Sabrina changed her mind. She realized that she could meet herself before there is even a time loop, to where they’re both free. Sabrina comes up with a plan. She no longer wants to rule Hell. She just wants to go home to her family and friends. However, with the silver in hand, Sabrina from the past just won the Unholy Regalia and is in position to be Queen. And so, present Sabrina will return home to her family while Sabrina of the past claims the throne of Hell. Past Sabrina then confronts Caliban, who is wearing a glamour to appear as Judas. Rather than giving him the silver, she permanently seals him in the stone.
Lucifer, Lilith, and the Plague Kings await the return of Sabrina and/or Caliban. Past Sabrina returns to Pandemonium with the silver to claim her throne as Queen of Hell. Lucifer congratulates Sabrina for bringing honor to the House of Morningstar and tells her it is time for her coronation. Sabrina says that she’s ready to be married to Hell. In her last act as regent, Lucifer orders Lilith to prepare Sabrina for her coronation. As Sabrina prepares for the throne, all cross the realms, things returned to their natural balance.
Zelda, Hilda, and Ambrose sit quietly around the dinner table, all feeling Sabrina’s absence. Sabrina then teleports home and reveals that she changed her mind. She no longer wants to be Queen.
As Sabrina goes to wash up for dinner, Ambrose confronts her. He knows that she’s been lying about something, but he hasn’t figured out what it is. She’s been saying things and knowing things that she couldn’t possibly know. He doesn’t believe that Sabrina actually gave up the throne. Sabrina reveals that She didn’t lie, but she didn’t tell the entire truth either. She’s both the Queen of Hell and not, all at the same time. She informs Ambrose how she went back in time, met her past self and allowed her to claim the throne. Ambrose remarks that this should be impossible. If she never fulfilled her role and freed herself in the first place, meaning there are currently two Sabrina, then she’s created a time paradox. The ramifications for such paradoxes are terrifying at best. However, Sabrina sees it as the best of both worlds, getting the chance to be both a Spellman and a Morningstar. While Sabrina may be able to fool her aunts and father, Ambrose asks what of the Lilith, who notices everything. Sabrina admits this could be a problem.
The Spellmans eat dinner as a family. Zelda complements Hilda on a well-prepared meal and comments that it’s nice to have things back to normal. Ambrose retorts that it won’t stay like that for long in Greendale, as everything has consequences, and there are always loose ends, looking to Sabrina, who unbeknownst to Hilda and Zelda, created a time paradox. As the clock strikes 12:00 AM, the cuckoo clock on the wall begins chirping and suddenly falls off the wall.