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Chapter Twenty: Mephisto Waltz 

Light and night cross paths once more as Greendale faces the Dark Lord's prophecy and Prudence challenges Father Blackwood's ruthless plan.

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Rob Seidenglanz
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiernan Shipka ... Sabrina Spellman
Ross Lynch ... Harvey Kinkle
Lucy Davis ... Hilda Spellman
Chance Perdomo ... Ambrose Spellman
Michelle Gomez ... Mary Wardwell
Jaz Sinclair ... Rosalind Walker
Tati Gabrielle ... Prudence Night
Adeline Rudolph ... Agatha
Richard Coyle ... Father Faustus Blackwood
Miranda Otto ... Zelda Spellman
Luke Cook ... Lucifer Morningstar
Abigail Cowen ... Dorcas
Jedidiah Goodacre ... Dorian Gray
Gavin Leatherwood ... Nicholas Scratch
Lachlan Watson ... Theo Putnam
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Light and night cross paths once more as Greendale faces the Dark Lord's prophecy and Prudence challenges Father Blackwood's ruthless plan.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Berlanti Productions See more »
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Trivia

Lilith says the daggers to kill Lucifer were forged in the city of Megiddo. This is a reference to the Omen movies, where to kill the Anti-Christ Damion Thorn You must stab him with the daggers of Megiddo. See more »

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Sabrina Spellman: Let's go to Hell and get my boyfriend!
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References Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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The End
Performed by The Doors
Written by Jim Morrison
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This episode is ridiculous
20 April 2019 | by ligiagamoraSee all my reviews

The references are poor and underconstructed (why the hell Prudence had a samurai sword?? it looks like she had it just to show the public that the director knows kill bill, samurai fiction or any bruce lee film), they choosed the worst Phantom of the Opera song to honor in a scene totaly out of context. The writters seem to have no idea how to end up the plot. They grabed too much information and tied up the whole story well during the first season and then desconstruct them all in the lasts twenty minutes of the last episode of the show. It was so rushed! Definitively doesn't work.


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