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List by DR76 posted over a year ago
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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.


2. (2.18) "Chick Flick" - After the Charmed Ones find the "Demon of Illusion", who cast spells on mortals to make them violent;Prue and Phoebe find the demon of illusion, who spreads violence to mortals by casting spells on them to make them angry and violent; he pulls Phoebe's long time movie hero (from a horror movie) into the real world.


3. (2.02) "Morality Bites" - After using their powers for personal gain, the Halliwells are sent ten years into the future, where Phoebe is facing execution for murder and witches are being hunted or prosecuted by...
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Review by DR76 posted over a year 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...
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Review by DR76 posted over a year 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...
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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'. ♥
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List by IsidoraSmiley posted over a year ago
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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?

Phoebe Halliwell: Hear now the words of the witches, the secrets we hid in the night. The oldest of gods are invoked here. Great work of magic is sought. In this night and in this hour, I call upon the ancient power. Bring your powers to we sisters three. We want the power. Give us the power.


Phoebe Halliwell: I'm not afraid of our powers. I mean, everyone inherits something from their family, right?
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Review by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"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 her high school yearbook – that allowed her wild personality from her “troubled” adolescent to take over her. And this all happened at her tenth high school reunion. At the same time, Piper (Holly Maries Combs) is trying to figure out why Chris (Drew Fuller), who had recently been revealed as her son from the future, has been avoiding her. She recruits the help of her dad Victor Bennett (James Read) to delve into the big mystery. In the end, Piper and Victor learned that Chris is wary of Piper’s presence, because she is destined to die fourteen years in the future. Ugh. Also, Chris...
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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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.


2. (1.12) "The Wendigo" - While changing a flat tire, Piper is attacked by a werewolf-like beast called the Wendigo and the sisters are forced to hunt it down before she becomes a full-fledged one herself.


3. (1.10) "Wicca Envy" - The warlock Rex Buckland uses astral projection to trick Prue into stealing a tiara from the Buckland auction house, in order to blackmail the sisters into giving up their powers. Sadly, this episode marked the last for warlocks Rex Buckland and Hannah Webster.
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News by KaterinoulaLove posted over a year ago
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This is the famous Tapeball which is made of rolled up pieces of tape. These tapes were the marks of the actors so they knew where to stand and where to go to in a scene.
Tapeball is a ball of tape, the marks that the actors stand on so they know where to stand and where to go. It was created at the beginning of season 7 when Gary Boatner began collecting all the marks of the actors.

Everyone has a different color:
Holly Marie Combs - Orange
Alyssa Milano - Pink
Rose McGowan - Blue
Brian Krause - Green
Dorian Gregory - Red

Right before Christmas, Tapeball was stolen. The crew got a note that said that "The followers of the Golden Path" had taken and hidden it.


Six weeks later, the crew found the ball back on the bed of Piper. It was covered in shipping tape and had a note attached that said that Tapeball was a "devil ball" and that it gave them a hard time and they decided to give it back. Tapeball returned on the same day that Julian McMahon returned for the 150th episode of the show, coincidence?

Everyone on set loved Tapeball. Whenever a new guest star was on set they would be immediately drawn to him and wanted their pictures taken with him. Due to his overwhelming popularity, Gary...
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Review by DR76 posted over a year ago
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Here is an article I had written about an episode of "CHARMED" called (6.10) "Chris-Crossed":


"CHARMED" RETROSPECT: (6.10) "Chris-Crossed"

For the past five or six years, I have never hesitated to express my scorn toward Seasons Five to Eight of ”CHARMED”. Granted, I would never consider the series’ first four seasons as examples of television excellence. Yet, in compare to the last four seasons, Seasons One to Four might as well be considered masterpieces. However, ”CHARMED” did managed to air a few noteworthy episodes during its latter seasons. And one of those episodes happened to be Season Six’s (6.10) “Chris-Crossed”.

Penned by Cameron Litvack and directed by Joel J. Feigenbaum, ”Chris-Crossed” features a story in which the Charmed Ones’ new whitelighter, Chris Perry aka Chris Halliwell (Drew Fuller) faces a love from the future who is determined to jeopardize his current mission – namely to prevent Wyatt (Wes Ramsey) from embarking upon a path of evil- in order to save his life. Chris’ mission nearly unravels when his fiancée from the future, a Phoenix...
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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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 (1998-1999)


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.


2. (1.12) "The Wendigo" - While changing a flat tire, Piper is attacked by a werewolf-like beast called the Wendigo and the sisters are forced to hunt it down before she becomes a full-fledged one herself.


3. (1.10) "Wicca Envy" - The warlock Rex Buckland uses astral projection to trick Prue into stealing a tiara from the Buckland auction house, in order to blackmail the sisters into giving up their powers. Sadly, this episode marked the last for warlocks Rex Buckland and Hannah Webster.
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"THE CONTROVERSY OF PRUE HALLIWELL'S DEATH"

What I am about to say is ironic, considering that Phoebe Halliwell has become my least favorite of the Charmed Ones from the television series, ”CHARMED”.

Many fans seemed to be of the opinion that Phoebe was to blame for the death of her oldest sister, Prue, in the Season Three episode, ”All Hell Breaks Loose”. It almost seems as if many wanted to use her as some kind of scapegoat. I am sorry, but I find this idea extremely hard to accept. I wonder if any fan of ”CHARMED” has ever stopped to consider that Prue bore most of the responsibility for her own death? I wonder if many fans had forgotten how the whole mess in (1.22) "All Hell Breaks Loose" had started in the first place?

It had all started because Prue forgot the very lesson that the sisters had learned in the Season One episode, (1.16) ”Which Prue Is it, Anyway?” - the best offense is defense. The episode ”All Hell Breaks Loose” started with the sisters being attacked by a demonic assassin, Shax, while they were protecting a Dr. Griffiths from him. Although Shax managed to...
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"CONSEQUENCES OF A CRIME"

In the Season 2 episode, (2.12) "Awakened", Piper had deliberately purchased an illegal fruit from South America called "kiwano" - fruit that had NOT been inspected by the U.S. Customs - in order to get it at a cheap price for her customers at P3.

However, Piper had sampled the kiwano and became ill with a deadly and uncurable disease called Oroya Fever. Phoebe and Prue used magic to cure her by transfering the disease into a borrowed Ninja doll. Unfortunately, a consequence arose when the doll became animated and ended up infecting several patients at the hospital. The sisters realized their mistake and transfered the disease back to Piper, using another spell. But this time, Leo prevented Piper from paying the consequences of her actions, when he heals her. The Elders punished him by clipping his wings. But what happened to Piper?

[i][Scene: P3. Piper gives a box of fruit to a guy.]

Piper: These haven't been inspected yet. Put them in the back. We're returning them to the supplier.
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Guide by DR76 posted over a year ago
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Best of TELEVISION WITHOUT PITY - Demian's "CHARMED" Recaps

I realize that some might find this difficult to believe, but I became a fan of the 1998-2006 fantasy series, "CHARMED". During the series' first four seasons, I was a devoted viewer. Unfortunately . . . the series took a nosedive in quality - well, as far as I am concerned - after Season Five began and it never improved. Not even in the end. Despite the show's mediocrity, I managed to enjoy myself while reading Demian's hilarious recaps of the show's episodes on the TELEVISION WITHOUT PITY website. Below are excerpts from Demian's recaps that I found especially funny. I hope that you enjoy them. Now, without further ado:


Best of TELEVISION WITHOUT PITY - Demian's "CHARMED" Recaps

From (1.09) "The Witch Is Back":

"Melinda Warren, blood of our blood,
Our great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandmother, we summon thee!
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"CHARMED" Retrospect: (4.01-4.02) "Charmed Again"


I just watched the two-part Season 4 premiere, (4.01-4.02) "Charmed Again". I rather liked the first half, which culminated with Paige becoming a Charmed One and the sisters vanquishing Shax. I found the second half of the story to be . . . well, rather badly written. But to give you a picture of my feelings about this episode, I made a list of what I deem as "problems":

1) Why had Grams, Patty and Sam believed that it was necessary to hide Paige's identity from the Elders? Okay, I understand that Sam would not want to find himself in trouble with his superiors. But did all of them actually believe that the Elders would kill an infant, whose only crime was being the progeny of an adulterous affair between a whitelighter and his married charge? Or that they would take Paige away from them? The Elders had no right to do such a thing. At least not to Paige. The worst they could have done was clip Sam's wings. Did maintaining Paige's future as a witch or Charmed spare was more important to Patty and Grams than her being a part of the family?
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Review by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"CHARMED" Retrospect: (1.12) "The Wendigo"

I really do not know what to say about the ”CHARMED” Season One episode, (1.12) “The Wendigo”. You know what? Of course I do. After all, it is one of my favorite episodes from that first season. In fact, it is one of my top twenty (20) ”CHARMED” episodes of all time.

”The Wendigo” began with one Piper Halliwell stranded at a local San Francisco park, thanks to a flat tire. The episode immediately kicked into high gear when a supernatural beast attacked her. The beast managed to inflict a deep scratch on her arm before a savior arrived in the form of a young man, who used a flare gun to scare off the beast. While being treated at the hospital for her scratch, Piper and her two sisters – Prue and Phoebe – learned that Prue’s old flame, Inspector Andy Trudeau of the San Francisco Police Department, had been in contact with an FBI agent named Ashley Fallon, due to previous attacks by the beast in the city. The three sisters also discovered that Piper’s savior, Billy Waters, had a previous encounter with the beast that left his fiancée dead, in Chicago....
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Opinion by bdavis98 posted over a year ago
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In this episode of charmed S5 E3the writers got something really WRONG, the first fairy tale evil character they get out from the book was the woodsmen, who tried to kill piper and Paige and grams. I found that extremely wired considering the huntsman from snow whit in any version was good because he let snow white free he didn’t kill her like he was spouse to that makes him good if it wasn’t for him letting her go there wouldn’t be a story in the first place to bring him out from, because it would have ended as soon as it began.
So the writers got that part very wrong don’t you agree??

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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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The following is a list of questions regarding storylines that have been featured in past episodes of "CHARMED". If you have an answer to any of my questions, please feel free to reply.



"CHARMED" - Things That Make Me Go . . . Hmmm?

1. In Season 7’s "A Call to Arms", how did Inspector Sheridan and nearly everyone else know about Chris’ death in the Season 6 finale, "It’s a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World II", when just about everyone – except for Leo and the Halliwells - had lost their memories of that alternate dimension, following Gideon’s death?

2. Why did Vinceres tell Prue that her powers were no good, when she was using martial arts and not magic, against him in Season 3’s "Primrose Path"?

3. Why did Cole in S7’s "The Seven Year Witch" confess to deliberately impregnating Phoebe in late Season 4, when he was actually possessed by the Source at that time?

4. Why did warlocks in Season 1 morph into vampiric game faces? Are they not suppose to be witches (who are mortals) that had simply gone bad?
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"POWER, DUTY AND CHOICE"

"With great power comes great responsibility." – Ben Parker "SPIDER-MAN")

"You should know that I personally consider any form of military conscription to be a violation of basic human rights, no matter whether the cause is a "righteous" one or not – it’s still coercion. The intended cannot freely choose to serve. Buffy has already been drafted against her will, when she was "called". – "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER" Fan (All Things Philosophical About 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Site)

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What is it about humans that they demand that heroes - fictional or otherwise - sacrifice themselves so willingly for the sake of society? Humans especially seem enamored of fictional characters with special abilities – whether they are comic book heroes or those with a supernatural slant – coming to the rescue of society, especially humans, at the expense of their own personal lives. Is the idea of someone more powerful or special coming to our rescue all the time more appealing . . . instead of learning how to help ourselves?
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"CHARMED" RETROSPECTIVE: The Death of Dr. Williamson

I just recently finished watching the Season Two episode from "CHARMED" called (2.20) "Astral Monkey" . There were some things that were said in this episode that really pissed me off. And all of my complaints centered upon the character, Dr. Curtis Williamson.

Curtis Williamson first appeared in an earlier episode, (2.12) "Awakened". In this episode, Piper became infected with a deadly disease called Arroyo Fever, after eating some South American fruit she had purchased to serve at her club, P3. After her sisters and later Leo had both cured her using magic, Williamson became obsessed in discovering the reason behind Piper’s miraculous recovery from a disease that had no cure.

In ”Astral Monkey”, Williamson’s obsession not led him to continuously contact Piper by letter, but use the Halliwells’ blood drawn by the doctor in ”Awakened” to experiment on a trio of monkeys kept in his lab. Eventually, the Halliwells and Leo learned about Dr. Williamson’s experiments when the monkey with Prue’s abilities, astral projected to the manor. Piper, Prue...
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"CHARMED" RETROSPECT: (1.16) "Which Prue Is It Anyway?"

Most fans of ”CHARMED” seemed to harbor the opinion that the series’ early seasons are much better than episodes that aired during the series’ last four years. After viewing Season One’s ”Which Prue Is It Anyway?”, I can easily see how they managed to form that opinion. Mind you, I believe that this particular episode was not exactly the best of Season One. But it certainly seemed like a masterpiece in compare to most of the episodes from Seasons Four to Eight.

Penned by Javier Grillo-Marxuach, the episode began with Phoebe experiencing a premonition of Prue being stabbed to death by a man with a large sword. The Halliwell sisters discovered that their new enemy is a mortal named Gabriel Statler, a Lord of War. The sword renders Gabriel invulnerable to all mortal weapons and steals power. Gabriel is after Prue because one of the family’s ancestors, a Warren witch named Brianna had bested him during the Crimean War back in the 1850s. To become fully empowered again, he needs the power of a first-born witch. Prue is specifically targeted, because he also wants revenge against the...
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Article by buffyl0v3r44 posted over a year ago
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Ready to get drunk? this is a really fun game and although I'm to young for the alcohol part there are numerous other ways to fill that in... for those of you who aren't of age to drink like me, use hot sauce or something that can some what replace alcohol in this situation.
How you simply play this game is take a shot of alcohol or whatever you would like to each time you see a trigger, a trigger would be for example whenever a character says demon or whenever you see a bra strap, then you will take a shot... as you read on in the article I will give triggers and please feel free to comment and give some more triggers.

Have 1 shot:
•For each piece of footage of San Francisco. (Landmark building, Golden Gate Bridge, trolly car, Peirs).
•If you see the front of the house without any sisters in view.
•If you see the Buckland's sign, the Quake sign (inside or outside) or the P3 sign.
•If you see the hospital or the police station.
•If any sister mentions a relative who is/was a witch.
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"NOT MEANT TO BE"

Fans on several "CHARMED' forums have stated that Phoebe’s relationship with Cole would have never worked out. That it was not meant to be. Frankly, I find such comments to be a by-product of some very narrow-minded thinking. Apparently, Phoebe and Cole’s relationship was doomed, because of what they were – namely a witch and a human/demon hybrid. Again, more narrow-minded thinking. What finally broke up Phoebe and Cole’s relationship? In my opinion? I think that matters could have been different between Phoebe and Cole . . . if producer Brad Kern and his writers had allowed Phoebe and her sisters learn that Cole had been possessed by the Source in late Season 4 or early Season 5.

The fact that the Halliwells had never learned the truth about Cole being possessed is the main reason I have harbored a negative view of the Phoebe/Cole breakup in the first place. Quite frankly, it had been poorly handled. And I have acquired this feeling over the years that Kern and his writers had insulted the viewers' intelligence. If Cole and Phoebe had come to some understanding over what really happened in late Season 4 and still...
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Review by CassieSilver posted over a year ago
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The girls in the Halliwell Manner are not normal. Nothing normal ever comes up in the lives. Fighting demons,other witches,and warlocks is nothing but normal all of the above are nothing to what piper wants, she now has chris and whyatt to take care of while fighting demons luckly whyatt can use his sheild to protect him and his young brother.Pheobe dealing with her love life is hard considering it goes from one to another really fast. Shes the one who comes up with most of the spells. In one episode she evan saves her sisters from the boogie man with a spell/story her grams gave to her when she was little.Prue is in 3 seasons before she is shot and killed she was the oldest of the 3 and took care of her sisters like they were her own daughters. Piper found it very hard to go on with life after prue had passed and wasnt focosing enough she then took her anger out by tracking demons and warlocks until paige ,her helf sister,came along and took her place as the youngest.Leo started out in the very beggining as a handy man when pheobe came home and saw him screwing in a light bulb without a ladder he is now their wightlighter and also pipers husband.Cole was in the 1st few seasons...
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Opinion by DR76 posted over a year ago
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"PHOEBE HALLIWELL AND THE NEXUS THEORY"

Recently, I watched the "CHARMED" Season One episode called (1.15) "Is There a Woogy in the House?". In this episode, Phoebe Halliwell’s childhood fear of a boogeyman in the basement called the "Woogeyman" proves to be true and it ends up taking possession of her and a few others – including her sister Prue’s ex-boyfriend, Andy Trudeau. Following this experience with the Woogeyman, Phoebe came to a conclusion regarding her moral compass.

The episode began with an aftershock from a previous earthquake. The aftershock not only revealed Phoebe's childhood fear of something called the "Woogyman", it has an ongoing source of amusement for her two sisters. That is, until a violent earthquake unleashes a long-dormant shadow demon on the day Prue has plans to hold a dinner party for her boss and a Bucklands’ customer. The latter first takes possession of a repairman, summoned to investigate a strange odor from the manor’s basement. After Prue and Piper leave the manor, the Woogeyman uses the repairman to summon Phoebe to the basement and she also becomes possessed. Phoebe’s strange...
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Fan fiction by charmedfanhi posted over a year ago
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Charmed Forever *not a real series*
is a new fiction series about charmed. piper, Leo, Prue, dyril, grams,Jo, and Phil. Prue decides to hangout with her sisters. A young boy named Phil halliwell moves in to the manor and get turned into a half witch. what? HALF?! the girls think he's an uncle but near the end of the season they learned that he is the charmed ones brother. with special guest star of pheobe, paige, cole, big time rush, wizard of waverly place, icarly, mom. About 21 episodes. there are season 1 and 2. i'll keep in post!
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