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Review by DR76 posted 1 month ago
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"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, Phoebe also acquired a glimpse into the past lives of her older sisters – Prue and Piper. She discovers that they were former relatives of P. Russell that were out to destroy her and all the latter's future lives before any of them can become completely evil. Prue and Piper must then stop their past lives' curse in the present before Phoebe falls victim to it and dies.

Did this episode sound confusing? I thought it did. "Pardon My Past" was the second episode, following Season One's (1.17) "That 70s Episode" that revealed a bit of the Charmed Ones' family...
Review by DR76 posted 7 months ago
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"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 "Déjà Vu All Over Again" to be one of the best Season One episodes, I believe it is one of the best episodes of the series. And yet . . . after watching it, I was ready to give up the series. The ending upset me very much.

Directed by Les Sheldon and written by Constance Burge and Brad Kern, "Déjà Vu All Over Again" began with Phoebe Halliwell experiencing a premonition of the most deadly kind. She saw a demonic attack result in the death of her oldest sister's former boyfriend, Andy Trudeau of the San Francisco Police Department. And the demon in question happened to be...
Opinion by IsidoraSmiley posted over a year ago
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1) How Cole couldn't kill Phoebe because he loved her. ♥

2) How Phoebe didn't vanquish Cole because she loved him. ♥

3) How Phoebe could feel him looking at here even when he was on a different astral plain. ♥

4)The way they had chemistry ever since they met. ♥

5) How Phoebe always believed that there was good in him. ♥

6)How they missed each other after 'Sleuthing With The Enemy'. ♥

7) How Cole's love for Phoebe re-awakened his human half. ♥

8) How his love for Phoebe kept Cole good. ♥

9) How Cole wanted to become fully human for Phoebe. ♥

10) The way Cole asks Phoebe to marry him. ♥

11) How he didn't want to miss Phoebe's graduation "for the world, or the underworld." ♥

12) How he gives Phoebe her Grams' ring. ♥

13) And how Phoebe can't stop looking at it. ♥

14) How Cole wants to take Phoebe to see 'Kill It Before It Dies'. ♥