Ok anon you've stated your opinion now what can you state that happened in the show to show why you think this. I think the baseball episode is a fairly standard affair, but Susie (the best characterized character imo) and the other witches playing tricks and teasing the campers was entertaining to me. Oscar eventually becoming frustrated and stooping to her level, even after swearing not to was satisfying, and the conclusion, while cheesy and representative of the type of kids show plots that you're dislike, was still executed in a mature and natural way.
I think the thing I personally see wrong with your argument is that SCI doesn't fall into the pitfalls that many preschool shows do. The situations may be similar, but nothing is forced ("lessons" maybe present, but come naturally and aren't preachy i.e. the end of the softball episode), characterization is consistent (No one ever does anything drastically outside of their established traits in order to serve a plot point i.e. Oscar dislikes Susie and does what he can to spite her, even trying to take the moral high ground but failing) , everything is paced smoothly.