|First Appearance:||I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha|
|Last Appearance:||The Truth, Nothing but the Truth, So Help Me Sam|
|Specialty:|| Witchcraft |
|Occupation:|| Heads a witches committee that tested Tabitha and Adam's power |
Chaired the Witches' Convention in Salem
|Family:|| Arthur (brother) |
Aunt Hagatha (sister)
Aunt Enchantra (sister)
Tabitha Stephens (granddaughter)
Adam Stephens (grandson)
Darrin Stephens (son-in-law)
|Children:||Samantha Stephens (daughter)|
|Relatives:|| Aunt Clara (sister-in-law) |
Cousin Henry (nephew)
Cousin Edgar (nephew)
Endora refuses to even use Darrin's name, purposely calling him "Durwood," "What's-his-name," "Darwin," "Dum-Dum," etc.., all much to his annoyance. She refers to him as "Darrin" only eight times during the entire series.
The age of Endora is a question that is never answered directly, but on many occasions a reference is made to a time of birth, or to someone from history whom Endora knew.
- She makes reference to having known Diogenes (400 BC)
- She makes reference to having known Julius Caesar.
- She says she cooked for the Roman Emperor, Claudius.
- She makes reference to having known Helen of Troy (1180 BC).
- Maurice says he and Endora knew Atilla the Hun (450 AD).
- Endora says she has changed her mind many times in 3000 years.
- Endora states she dated Otzie the ice man (3500 BC). (This is impossible. Ötzi was discovered in 1991, Bewitched filmed its last episode in 1971-1972, 20 years before the body was found.)
- She made a deal with Carlotta in the Middle Ages.
On the Other Hand
- Endora says she went to Shakespeare's plays as a little girl.
- Endora refers to being a child bride when Samantha was born.
- Endora says again she was a child bride. This time she defines it as being in 1670.
- Endora says she was not born at the time of King Henry VIII (1570).