During its eight season run, the fantasy-drama "CHARMED" has occasionally featured an episode dealing with the topic of time travel. These time travel episodes usually prove to be well-written or exceptional. However, there comes a time when the series produced a time travel episode that end up being a dud. The series' Season Six episode, (6.11) "Witchstock" proved to be the latter.
Directed by James A. Contner and written by Daniel Cerone, "Witchstock" begins at least a month or two following the...
Below is a list of my top five (5) favorite episodes from Season Two (1999-2000) of "CHARMED". Developed for television by Constance Burge, the series starred Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs and Alyssa Milano:
TOP FIVE FAVORITE EPISODES OF "CHARMED" Season Two (1999-2000)
1. (2.12)"Awakened" - After purchasing illegal fruit from South America, Piper is infected with a deadly and rare disease called "Arroyo Fever". Prue and Phoebe use an "Awakening" spell to cure her, but the spell backfires with deadly results.
"CHARMED" RETROSPECT: (2.14) "Pardon My Past"
(2.14) "Pardon My Past" is an episode from Season Two of the TV series, "CHARMED" (1998-2006). In it, one of the Charmed Ones – Phoebe Halliwell - is haunted by a spirit from her past life. The past life turned out to be one P. Russell, a first cousin of the Halliwell sisters' great-grandmother.
To find out why she is being haunted by P. Russell’s spirit, Phoebe visited 1924 and discovered that P. Russell was a pyrokinetic witch who had been romanced by a warlock named Anton. While in the past,...
"CHARMED" RETROSPECT: (1.22) "Déjà Vu All Over Again"
When I first saw (1.22) "Déjà Vu All Over Again", the Season One finale for "CHARMED", I promised myself that I would never watch another episode of the series again. Never. Yet four months later, I broke my promise and resumed watching the series for another three-and-a-half seasons.
One would assume that I harbor some very negative feelings about "Déjà Vu All Over Again". And that person would be wrong. From an artistic point-of-view, the episode was first-rate. Not only do I consider...
Phoebe Halliwell: We're the protectors of the innocent, we're known as the Charmed Ones.
Phoebe Halliwell: I never touched Roger.
Prue Halliwell: Whoa!
Phoebe Halliwell: I know you think otherwise, because that's what that Armani- wearing, Chardonnay-slugging trust-funder told you. But...
Piper Halliwell: It doesn't matter because nothing happened... Right, Phoebe?... when you did the incantation?
Phoebe Halliwell: Well, my head spun around, and I vomited split pea soup. How should I know?
"CHARMED" RETROSPECT: (6.17) “Hyde School Reunion”
(6.17) ”Hyde School Reunion” is an episode from Season Six of the TV series, ”CHARMED” (1998-2006). It is viewed as controversial by many fans of the show. I wish I could say that its controversy revolved around any innovative storytelling. I wish I could say this . . . but I cannot. Because ”Hyde School Reunion” is without a doubt one of the worst ”CHARMED” episodes to air on television.
In this episode, Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) inadvertently cast a spell – written in...
Below is a list of my top five (5) favorite episodes from Season One (1998-1999) of "CHARMED". Developed for television by Constance Burge, the series starred Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs and Alyssa Milano:
TOP FIVE FAVORITE EPISODES OF "CHARMED" (Season One)
1. (1.04) "Dead Man Dating" - In one of my favorite episodes of the series, the Charmed Ones help the ghost of a recently murdered young man, who needs their help to settle a score with the gangster that murdered him, before an ancient spirit can harvest his soul.
Tell that damn producer whoever decided to replace my girls Piper phone page they got another thang coming those girls were never like these new spanks y'all better leave the old cast alone or nobody will watch anymore
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