My Daughter Married a Muggle

Samantha and Endora

Samantha and Endora

The universe of Bewitched is enough like that of Harry Potter to encourage the speculation that they’re the same universe (with all the differences being explained away by differences between European and American wizarding traditions).

Which raises the question: whose side was Endora on when Voldemort came back?

3 Responses to My Daughter Married a Muggle

  1. Anon73 September 8, 2009 at 8:59 pm #

    You are mixing two different generations of storytelling. Please don’t!

  2. Mike D. September 8, 2009 at 9:47 pm #

    First you want to combine Marvel and DC, and now this?

    What’s next: Dogs and cats living together?

  3. Tim September 12, 2009 at 8:49 pm #

    Speaking of cross overs….

    Have you heard that the BSG (reimagined) universe was written so that it would cohabit the BLADE RUNNER universe?

    So the BSG colonials and humanoid cylons settle Earth, our earth, and interbreed with the indigenous humans giving birth ultimately to civilisation. This develops into our world and will ultimately develop into the BLADE RUNNER universe, where the cycle of reinvention of humanoid artificial life (“Skinjobs”) starts again. Presumably with the unhappy results, but who really knows, seen on Caprica. And Admiral Adama’s great great great descendent “Gaff” gets a job as a fellow Blade Runner (i.e. replicant hunter) and colleague of Rick Deckard, who was probably a replicant himself all along without knowing it. Gaff, like Adama before him, manages to overcome the androidophobic nature of his job and treat Deckard, at least, as an individual.

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