Sweet and Sour Victory is the tenth episode of Season 1 of Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
Sabrina decides to enroll in the Kung Fu class after discovering that she's really useless at badminton. When she discovers that the class is run by Mr. Pool, she gets really happy. After a few bad throws, she decides to use her magic to give herself master level Kung Fu skills. Mr. Pool is amazed and immediately signs her up for a contest which she proceeds to win, again with the aid of her magic. However, when she gets her trophy home and it starts tormenting her about cheating, she discovers that things aren't quite as easy as that. She then decides to have a rematch and honorably lose it, so that the trophy would go to his rightful owner.
- Melissa Joan Hart as Sabrina Spellman
- Nick Bakay as Salem Saberhagen
- Caroline Rhea as Hilda Spellman
- Beth Broderick as Zelda Spellman
- Nate Richert as Harvey Kinkle
- Paul Feig as Eugene Pool
- Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Tai Wae Tse
Uses of Magic
- Sabrina uses magic to make herself better at Kung Fu.
- Hilda uses magic to open and close the door.
- Hilda uses magic to make an anvil float over Gustav's head.
- Hilda uses magic to make Gustav disappear.
- Sabrina: "I lost my chi. Where is my chi? Have you seen it?"
- Sabrina: "I just want to ask you if there's an honorable way to beg for mercy..."
- Zelda: "What's all the noise?"
Hilda: "Everything okay?"
Sabrina: "No! My trophy won't shut up."
Hilda: "Well, just tell it to... Huh?"
Sabrina: "It keeps calling me names. I don't know what's happening."
Zelda: "I take it you decided to compete in Kung Fu?"
Trophy: "Yeah, and she won. Cheater!"
Zelda: "That explains it. The trophy is speaking your guilty conscience."
Sabrina: "You told me to decide for myself and I did."
Trophy: "And you decided wrong."
Sabrina: "How do I get it to stop yapping?"
Hilda: "Well, you could put a teeny weeny sock in his mouth, or you could clear your conscience."
- Jenny and Libby do not appear in this episode.
- Robby Benson directed this episode; he is the original actor to play Sabrina's father, Edward
- Sabrina's sash is tied on the right, when its supposed to be on the left.
- The fourth outfit for this episode's credits is a splashy 1960's dress of yellow, orange and brown, yellow go-go boots and a yellow headband in Sabrina's hair that is styled like the 1960's. Sabrina dances and says, "Feelin' groovy. Far out." This outfit is a repeat from episode "Dream Date."