List of Charmed episodes

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Charmed is an American television series created by Constance M. Burge. In the United States, Charmed premiered on The WB on October 7, 1998 and ended on May 21, 2006, with 178 episodes.[1][2] Charmed originally aired on Wednesday nights at 9:00 pm,[1] before moving to Thursday nights for its second, third and fourth seasons.[3][4][5] For the fifth season, the series moved to Sunday nights at 8:00 pm and remained there until its eighth and final season.[2][6]

The first episode, "Something Wicca This Way Comes", garnered 7.7 million viewers and broke the record for the highest-rated debut episode for The WB.[7] For its first three seasons, Charmed was the second-highest rated series on The WB, behind 7th Heaven.[8][9][10] During its fifth season, Charmed became the highest-rated Sunday night program in The WB's history.[11][12] By the end of its eighth season, Charmed had become the second-longest drama broadcast by The WB and broke the record for the longest running hour-long television series featuring all female leads,[13] later overtaken in 2012 by Desperate Housewives.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings
First aired Last aired Viewers
(millions)
Rank Network Rank
1 22 October 7, 1998 (1998-10-07) May 26, 1999 (1999-05-26) 5.4[14] 118[14] 2[14]
2 22 September 30, 1999 (1999-09-30) May 18, 2000 (2000-05-18) 5.2[15] 120[15] 2[15]
3 22 October 5, 2000 (2000-10-05) May 17, 2001 (2001-05-17) 4.9[16] 117[16] 2[16]
4 22 October 4, 2001 (2001-10-04) May 16, 2002 (2002-05-16) 4.2[17] 129[17] 6[17]
5 23 September 22, 2002 (2002-09-22) May 11, 2003 (2003-05-11) 4.5[18] 128[18] 6[18]
6 23 September 28, 2003 (2003-09-28) May 16, 2004 (2004-05-16) 4.3[19] 154[19] 4[19]
7 22 September 12, 2004 (2004-09-12) May 22, 2005 (2005-05-22) 3.5[20] 132[20] 7[20]
8 22 September 25, 2005 (2005-09-25) May 21, 2006 (2006-05-21) 3.5[21] 132[21] 7[21]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1998–99)[edit]

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No in
Season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1 1 "Something Wicca This Way Comes" John T. Kretchmer Constance M. Burge October 7, 1998 (1998-10-07) 1498704 7.7[22]
The Halliwell sisters are reunited in the grand Victorian home of their childhood. Phoebe discovers The Book of Shadows in the attic and when she reads the spell on the first page, their powers are activated. The sisters must try to keep their powers secret, while Prue's ex-boyfriend, Inspector Andy Trudeau, is investigating a serial killer whose victims are all witches. Piper narrowly escapes death when she discovers that her boyfriend Jeremy, an evil warlock, is the killer. When the sisters try their first spell, Jeremy is vanquished, and they discover the Power of Three.
2 2 "I've Got You Under My Skin" John T. Kretchmer Brad Kern October 14, 1998 (1998-10-14) 4398001 N/A
Phoebe meets a photographer who turns out to be a demon who sucks the youth out of young women in order to remain young. While Phoebe is with him, Piper sees her friend Brittany Reynolds, who is now elderly and has a poor memory after being attacked by the photographer. Brittany recognizes the address of the photographer, allowing Prue and Piper to arrive in time to vanquish the demon and reverse the damage it had done.
3 3 "Thank You for Not Morphing" Ellen Pressman Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin October 21, 1998 (1998-10-21) 4398003 N/A
The sisters' estranged father Victor returns, and is immediately at odds with Prue who cannot forgive him for being an absentee father. He confesses he is trying to save the girls from the risks of having their powers by removing the Book of Shadows from the manor. However, it appears he has teamed up with the new neighbors, who are shapeshifting demons trying to steal the book. The sisters vanquish the shape-shifters and their father accepts their destiny. Despite planning to meet up with them, he leaves town, but leaves a videotape of a happy Christmas the family had.
4 4 "Dead Man Dating" Richard Compton Javier Grillo-Marxuach October 28, 1998 (1998-10-28) 4398005 N/A
Piper encounters and eventually develops feelings for the amiable ghost of a recently murdered Chinese-American man named Mark Chao (John Cho), who needs her help to be properly buried before an ancient Chinese spirit, Yama, can harvest his soul, and to settle the score with the Chinese gangster who had killed Mark in order to fake his own death to evade the police. Phoebe takes a job as a hotel psychic to pay for Prue's birthday present, and when foreseeing the death of a hotel guest, she has to try to keep him from being hit by a car. In the end, Piper exposes the criminal who is killed by Andy in self-defense. The being Yama appears and Mark throws the criminal's soul to him, sending him to Hell. Piper is able to convince Yama to leave Mark alone and after his burial, he moves on after saying a tearful goodbye. The encounter with Mark causes Prue to change her mind about celebrating her birthday and her sisters throw her a surprise party back at the Manor.
5 5 "Dream Sorcerer" Nick Marck Constance M. Burge November 4, 1998 (1998-11-04) 4398002 N/A
Prue finds her sleep disturbed by strange dreams in which she is stalked and taunted by a wheelchair-bound man who is actually a sleep researcher named Whitaker Berman (Matt Schulze). He kills women who he feels scorned him by visiting them in their dreams where he has absolute power. While Prue is fatigued and driving home from work in her car he attacks again and successfully causes her to drive into a telephone pole. As Prue is unconscious, he unsuccessfully tries to kill her. With encouragement from her sisters, she uses her telekinesis in the dream world to throw him off a building, killing him.
6 6 "The Wedding from Hell" Richard Ginty Greg Elliot & Michael Perricone November 11, 1998 (1998-11-11) 4398004 N/A
A demonic bride-to-be, Jade D'Mon, suddenly replaces a human bride, Alison Michaels, a week before her wedding, by having a magical contractual 'hold' over the grooms' mother, Grace Spencer, as well as by casting a spell over the groom, Elliot Spencer. The Halliwell sisters gradually discover the strange events about the wedding, as Piper is catering the event. Alison and the sisters formulate a plan to stop the demonic wedding. Grace helps Alison and the Halliwell sisters, resulting in the defeat of Jade and the reconciliation of Alison and Elliot.
7 7 "The Fourth Sister" Gilbert Adler Edithe Swensen November 18, 1998 (1998-11-18) 4398006 N/A
A troubled teenage witch, Aviva (Danielle Harris), befriends Phoebe with the hopes of joining the sisters, but is an unwitting pawn of an evil sorceress-priestess named Kali. The sisters investigate and identify the sorceress who possesses Aviva when she refuses to help anymore. Piper and Prue manage to trap Kali in a mirror and Phoebe shatters it, vanquishing her. Aviva drops her bad lifestyle and leaves to reunite with her aunt.
8 8 "The Truth Is Out There… and It Hurts" James A. Contner Zack Estrin & Chris Levinson November 25, 1998 (1998-11-25) 4398007 N/A
Acting on Phoebe's premonition of a woman electrocuted magically through the center of her forehead, the sisters race to stop a mysterious warlock, who came from the future for killing those responsible for creating a vaccine against warlocks. Prue casts a truth spell to find out how Andy will react to her secret. Prue sadly finds out that Andy cannot handle the knowledge of her powers and the magical parallel reality she has to deal with. She breaks up with him while Prue and Piper vanquish the warlock before he can kill a pregnant woman whose baby is who he is truly after.
9 9 "The Witch Is Back" Richard Denault Sheryl J. Anderson December 16, 1998 (1998-12-16) 4398008 N/A
Matthew Tate, a warlock cursed by the sisters' ancestor, Melinda Warren, in the 17th century in colonial New England, is inadvertently released by Prue from a cursed locket which will open only to a Warren descendant. Aware of the situation, the sisters resurrect Melinda to combat him. Together they trap him back in the locket, but their secret is revealed to Prue's boss, Rex, and coworker, Hannah, who are warlocks.
10 10 "Wicca Envy" Mel Damski Brad Kern & Sheryl J. Anderson January 13, 1999 (1999-01-13) 4398009 N/A
Rex uses astral projection to control Prue's mind, tricking her into stealing a tiara from a vault in the auction house. Prue ends up in jail. Rex blackmails the sisters into giving up their powers to him, but Leo, revealing himself as some kind of supernatural protector of the sisters, returns their powers to them. With their powers back, the sisters defeat Rex and Hannah who are vanquished by evil forces for their failure.
11 11 "Feats of Clay" Kevin Inch Michael Perricone & Greg Elliot & Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin January 20, 1999 (1999-01-20) 4398010 N/A
Phoebe's ex-boyfriend from New York, Clay, comes to town with a mysterious Egyptian urn and asks if Prue could sell it for him on the auction block. Phoebe convinces Prue to try to sell Clay's urn, but Prue soon finds out that the urn is cursed.
12 12 "The Wendigo" James L. Conway Edithe Swensen February 3, 1999 (1999-02-03) 4398011 N/A
When Piper's car breaks down, she is attacked by a vicious werewolf-like beast that they later find out is called a Wendigo. Piper is saved by a man named Billy, but she starts to turn into a Wendigo since she was scratched by the one that attacked her. The Wendigo turns out to be FBI agent Ashley Fallon, who had apparently been tracking the beast. Fallon kills Billy and tries to kill Andy, but Prue and Phoebe go after her with a flare gun as fire is the Wendigo's weakness. Piper shows up as well and they nearly accidentally vanquish her instead, but she freezes the flare and Prue sends it into Fallon, killing her and curing Piper.
13 13 "From Fear to Eternity" Les Sheldon Tony Blake & Paul Jackson February 10, 1999 (1999-02-10) 4398012 N/A
Barbas, the Demon of Fear, spends Friday the 13th scaring witches to death, literally. He tries to drown Prue in the shower, as her greatest fear is drowning. Barbas realizes that Phoebe's greatest fear is losing a sister, so he tries to drown Prue again with Phoebe watching. This time, Prue feels the presence of her mother and manages to release her fear and vanquish Barbas.
14 14 "Secrets and Guys" James A. Contner Constance M. Burge & Sheryl J. Anderson February 17, 1999 (1999-02-17) 4398013 N/A
Prue gets a magical distress call from a young witch named Max who is forced into helping two thieves rob a bank and is captured and forced to take part in the robbery too. Max's father tries to intervene and is shot, and Prue and Max are forced to leave him behind. At the same time, Leo returns and while fixing a chandelier, Phoebe discovers him levitating and learns that he is a Whitelighter, a guardian angel of witches who is protecting Max by directing Prue to him. He truly loves Piper, but it is forbidden and he needs to figure out how to break up with her. Prue gets Max to short out the bomb that the thieves are using to force their co-operation and trap them in the vault. As Max's father lies dying, Leo arrives and heals his wound and convinces him to get over his wife's death and be a father to his son. Helping Max restores Prue's faith in having children.
15 15 "Is There a Woogy in the House?" John T. Kretchmer Zack Estrin & Chris Levinson February 24, 1999 (1999-02-24) 4398014 N/A
Phoebe is possessed by the "Woogyman", turning her against her siblings. Under the orders of the Woogy, she possesses humans as well. When Prue has people from the Auction House over for a work mixer, Phoebe possesses one of Prue's associates. Piper and Prue are about to get possessed but Phoebe chants the spell after having a premonition of Grams defeating the Woogy from a picture frame when she was younger.
16 16 "Which Prue Is It, Anyway?" John Behring Javier Grillo-Marxuach March 3, 1999 (1999-03-03) 4398015 N/A
When Phoebe has a premonition of Prue being stabbed to death, it coincides with a War Lord named Gabriel coming to town in order to kill the eldest sibling witch as he did to the sisters' great-great-great-aunt. Prue casts a spell to triple her powers but ends up making two clones of herself. Her clones are killed off, but working with her sisters, she manages to vanquish Gabriel.
17 17 "That '70s Episode" Richard Denault Sheryl J. Anderson April 7, 1999 (1999-04-07) 4398016 N/A
A powerful warlock shows up claiming that he made a pact with the sisters' mother in which he spared her life in exchange for the girls' powers. Fleeing him, the three sisters go back in time to the 1970s when their mother was still alive and they try to prevent the pact. They manage to get Patty to break the pact and return to the future where he is no longer immune to their powers and vanquish him with a spell left for that purpose by their grandmother.
18 18 "When Bad Warlocks Turn Good" Kevin Inch Edithe Swensen April 28, 1999 (1999-04-28)[note 1] 4398017 N/A
Led by Prue, the Charmed Ones help a young man named Brendan (Michael Weatherly) who wants to become a priest in order to avoid fulfilling his predicted destiny as a warlock along with his brothers. They begin attacking people who are close to Brendan in order to coerce him to give into his darker side. Eventually, his brothers kill each other and he becomes ordained as a priest and cleared of the attacks on innocents and a priest.
19 19 "Out of Sight" Craig Zisk Tony Blake & Paul Jackson May 5, 1999 (1999-05-05) 4398018 N/A
When Prue tries to stop a kidnapping in the park, a reporter sees her using her powers. Phoebe and Piper attempt to learn more about the demons who stole the child, who turn out to be Grimlocks, demons which sense people's auras and steal children's eyesight. At the same time, they must try to stop the reporter from exposing Prue. The sisters are not exposed, but Andy does find out about their powers. The sisters vanquish the demons and a former victim of theirs who survived convinces the children they rescued not to tell the truth.
20 20 "The Power of Two" Elodie Keene Brad Kern May 12, 1999 (1999-05-12) 4398019 N/A
The evil spirit of a serial killer (Jeff Kober) escapes from Alcatraz Island seeking revenge on his judge and jury. Phoebe and Prue must figure out how to vanquish this evil spirit and stop him from killing again without Piper, who is in Hawaii. Eventually, Prue drinks a concoction that temporarily stops her heart and vanquishes the spirit with a spell that can only be cast on the Astral Plane by a ghost before Andy revives her.
21 21 "Love Hurts" James Whitmore, Jr. Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin & Javier Grillo-Marxuach May 19, 1999 (1999-05-19) 4398020 N/A
A wounded Leo appears at the manor, asking the Halliwell sisters to protect an innocent woman returning to San Francisco under his guidance. Daisy (Lisa Robin Kelly) is being stalked by a Darklighter who hunts and kills present and future Whitelighters with poisoned arrows. The Darklighter Alec (Michael Trucco) fell in love with her. Leo reveals that the Darklighter's poison is deadly, and Piper finds a power switching spell in the Book of Shadows so she can use Leo's healing power on him. Unfortunately, this has the side-effect of switching everyone's powers and they all have to try to learn to use them. While Prue and Phoebe manage to control each other's powers, Piper is unable to heal Leo and he dies. Afterwards, she admits her love for him and discovers that it is the trigger for his power and heals him. She uses his powers to track down Daisy and Prue vanquishes Alec with his own power.
22 22 "Déjà Vu All Over Again" Les Sheldon Brad Kern & Constance M. Burge May 26, 1999 (1999-05-26) 4398021 5.6[23]
Phoebe experiences a powerful and deadly premonition of death at Halliwell manor which shows Inspector Rodriguez unmasked in a demonic attack on the sisters, resulting in Andy being killed. Vowing to prevent Andy's death, Prue heads to the police department to warn Andy that Rodriguez is a demon working undercover. As the Rodriguez makes plans for his attempt to kill the Charmed Ones, he receives a visit from Tempus (David Carradine), a demon who can turn back time that was sent by The Source to help in case he fails. Tempus rewinds time each time Rodriguez fails to kill the Charmed Ones until the warlock succeeds in killing all the sisters. Andy is waiting in his car, after being told by Prue to stay away because it was dangerous. He sees Rodriguez entering the house and goes in to protect Prue. Andy bursts in before Rodriguez can harm the sisters and attempts to shoot him, but Rodriguez fires an energy ball at Andy, killing him. Piper freezes Rodriguez and she and Phoebe are shocked to find Andy dead. Prue receives a vision from Andy's spirit, which helps her to move on. The sisters vanquish Rodriguez and attend Andy's funeral.

Season 2 (1999–2000)[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
23 1 "Witch Trial" Craig Zisk Brad Kern September 30, 1999 (1999-09-30) 4399022 5.1[24]
The sisters face a demon named Abraxas, who steals the Book of Shadows and undoes some of the spells they've cast (in reverse order), releasing old vanquished enemies of the Charmed Ones and forcing them to remember the vanquishing spells from memory alone. The sisters have one chance to recapture the Book of Shadows or they will lose their powers forever. The sisters also meet their new neighbors, Jenny and her uncle Dan Gordon. Phoebe and Piper learn through the Wiccan community that because their anniversary of receiving their powers falls on an equinox, a wiccan holy day, their abilities will be temporarily augmented and their powers permanently so.
24 2 "Morality Bites" John Behring Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin October 7, 1999 (1999-10-07) 4399025 N/A
Prue and Piper use their powers to stop a man from repeatedly allowing his dog to defecate on their entry walk, even though this counts as magic for personal gain. When Phoebe has a vision of herself being burnt to death, the sisters travel ten years into the future to February 12, 2009 to learn what happened and why. In the future, Prue finds herself as a blond with a ruthless business reputation, Phoebe is in prison facing an imminent execution appointment, and Piper discovers that Leo is her ex-husband, and they have a daughter named Melinda. The girls discover that Phoebe used her powers to kill a murderer, causing a local D.A. named Nathaniel Pratt to begin modern day witch trials as a platform for political office. Prue and Piper want to save Phoebe at any cost, but Leo feels that using their powers to save Phoebe will be a tipping point causing rhetoric to become legislation outlawing magic.
25 3 "The Painted World" Kevin Inch Constance M. Burge October 14, 1999 (1999-10-14)[25] 4399023 N/A
Prue finds some mysterious words on an unusual painting at the auction house, which, when said aloud, send her into another dimension within the painting of a castle. There the supposed innocent she finds and is determined to save is actually a warlock cursed into the painting by a witch, and he is hoping to get out of the painting to reunite with his fellow warlock lover, Jane. When Piper accidentally becomes trapped in the painting while trying to find Prue, it's up to Phoebe, who has cast a knowledge boosting spell for a job interview, to save them.
26 4 "The Devil's Music" Richard Compton David Simkins October 21, 1999 (1999-10-21)[26] 4399024 N/A
Worried about cash flow in the struggling new P3 club, Phoebe and Prue conspire to take on a zero interest loan behind Piper's back, trusting that she will be able to make the club successful. Leo gets the manager of Dishwalla, Carlton, to bring the band to the club, fully aware that the manager has made a pact with the demon Masselin, who grants him fame and fortune in exchange for innocent souls. Detective Darryl Morris does not know this, but suspects that Carlton is involved in a string of mysterious disappearances of young women from Dishwalla's past concerts. On the night of the concert, Phoebe acts as bait for Masselin, and the sisters manage to feed him a potion which kills him, releasing all his victims.
27 5 "She's a Man, Baby, a Man!" Martha Mitchell Javier Grillo-Marxuach November 4, 1999 (1999-11-04) 4399026 N/A
As a heatwave descends on San Francisco, Phoebe begins to have erotic dreams that end in the killing of her dream lovers. The sisters find out that she is psychically linked, through her powers, to a man-killing sexual predator demon known as a 'Succubus' that drains men of their testosterone. When they cast a spell, hoping to find and then vanquish the succubus, it turns Prue into a man.
28 6 "That Old Black Magic" James L. Conway Valerie Mayhew & Vivian Mayhew November 11, 1999 (1999-11-11) 4399027 N/A
A trio of film students are the victims of a heart-stealing evil witch, who escapes from over two hundred years of entombment, hunting for her magical wand. Leo returns to help get the wand into the hands of the only person who can use the wand for good, the Chosen One, and bumps into Piper who has a new love interest: Dan. Trying to put the awkwardness aside, Leo, Piper, and Phoebe find the Chosen One, who turns out to be a reluctant teenager named Kyle, while Prue stumbles across the magical wand. Ignoring Leo's warnings, the sisters attempt to find and defeat the witch and barely escape with their lives. Protected only by a fake courage potion concocted by Prue, Kyle saves the day, destroying the evil witch by using the magical wand. The victory becomes bittersweet when Leo faces Piper's choice to end their difficult romance and begin a new one with Dan.
29 7 "They're Everywhere" Mel Damski Sheryl J. Anderson November 18, 1999 (1999-11-18) 4399028 N/A
A band of knowledge-stealing warlocks hunt down a young man named Eric (Misha Collins) who uncovered the location of one of the greatest sources of power in the world, the Akashic Records. Meanwhile, Prue has her hands full with Jack Sheridan (Lochlyn Munro).
30 8 "P3 H2O" John Behring Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin December 9, 1999 (1999-12-09) 4399029 N/A
Prue, traumatized by witnessing her mother's drowning as a child, must face her greatest fear so that the sisters can destroy a water demon when they revisit the youth camp where their mother mysteriously drowned. In the process, they meet a stranger from their mother's past, who turns out to be her former Whitelighter, Sam Wilder, whom they find out was also her secret lover.
31 9 "Ms. Hellfire" Craig Zisk Sheryl J. Anderson & Constance M. Burge January 13, 2000 (2000-01-13) 4399030 N/A
An assassination attempt on the sisters' lives forces Prue to go undercover as the woman who tried to kill them, known as Ms. Hellfire. While undercover, she becomes romantically involved with Bane Jessup (Antonio Sabato Jr.) who hired the original Ms. Hellfire.
32 10 "Heartbreak City" Michael Zinberg David Simkins January 20, 2000 (2000-01-20) 4399031 5.0[27]
A demon named Drasi steals Cupid's ring, which he uses to bring couples together, to tear them apart. Now Cupid must convince the Halliwells to help him get it back before Drasi breaks all of the relationships, thus killing Cupid.
33 11 "Reckless Abandon" Craig Zisk Javier Grillo-Marxuach January 27, 2000 (2000-01-27) 4399032 N/A
The sisters must find a way to vanquish a ghost who is intent on killing all of the men in a family line, including the last male, a baby named Matthew.
34 12 "Awakened" Anson Williams Valerie Mayhew & Vivian Mayhew February 3, 2000 (2000-02-03) 4399033 N/A
When Piper contracts a life-threatening virus that sends her to intensive care, Prue and Phoebe cast an 'awakening' spell to save her life. Since the spell was used for personal gain, the sisters can no longer sleep, and Piper's sickness spreads into an epidemic as a direct consequence. Meanwhile, Prue quits her job at Buckland's and Phoebe enrolls in college. The sisters reverse the spell and Leo heals Piper against the wishes of his handlers who suspend him from his duties as a Whitelighter.
35 13 "Animal Pragmatism" Don Kurt Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin February 10, 2000 (2000-02-10) 4399034 N/A
A group of lonely mortal women in Phoebe's college class cast a spell that turns three animals (a snake, a pig, and a rabbit) into men who wreak havoc on the town. Meanwhile, Prue adjusts to life being unemployed by helping out at the club.
36 14 "Pardon My Past" John Paré Michael Gleason February 17, 2000 (2000-02-17) 4399035 N/A
Phoebe experiences flashes of one of her past lives when she and her sisters were cousins in the 1920s. However, in this past life, Phoebe was evil and power-mad and a curse was bestowed upon her that could affect future Phoebe's life.
37 15 "Give Me A Sign" James A. Contner Sheryl J. Anderson February 24, 2000 (2000-02-24) 4399036 N/A
A demon known as Litvack orders his henchmen to kill Bane Jessup, who Prue helped put behind bars when he tried to have the Charmed Ones killed. Bane kidnaps Prue but all he wants is help from her. Meanwhile, Phoebe casts a spell that will give Piper a sign when it comes to choice of her true love.
38 16 "Murphy's Luck" John Behring David Simkins March 30, 2000 (2000-03-30) 4399037 N/A
After Prue prevents a woman named Maggie Murphy (Amy Adams) from committing suicide, a Darklighter (Arnold Vosloo) puts a curse on her that throws her into a depression that could cost her life.
39 17 "How to Make a Quilt Out of Americans" Kevin Inch Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Robert Masello April 6, 2000 (2000-04-06) 4399038 N/A
A group of three elderly witches, one of them close friends of the sisters' grandmother, summon a demon named Kryto to restore their youth. However, in return, the Kryto wants the powers of the Charmed Ones.
40 18 "Chick Flick" Michael Schultz Zack Estrin & Chris Levinson April 20, 2000 (2000-04-20) 4399039 N/A
Piper and Leo attempt to have a normal date, but find it difficult because of Leo being a Whitelighter and Piper being a witch. Meanwhile, when the Demon of Illusion brings to life characters from horror movies, including Bloody Mary), in an attempt to kill the Charmed Ones. Their greatest ally is Phoebe's child-hood crush; an old movie character named Billy (Chris Payne Gilbert).
41 19 "Ex Libris" Joel J. Feigenbaum Peter Chomsky & Brad Kern April 27, 2000 (2000-04-27) 4399040 N/A
The sisters must find the demon Libris who is responsible for the murder of one of Phoebe's classmates, Charlene (Rebecca Cross), because she was getting close to proving that demons exist. Meanwhile, Dan discovers that Leo was previously married, and decides to take matters into his own hands, while Prue attempts to help a man who is looking for a witness to his daughter's murder.
42 20 "Astral Monkey" Craig Zisk David Simkins & Constance M. Burge May 4, 2000 (2000-05-04) 4399041 N/A
Prue gets her face on TV, because pictures taken by the paparazzi make people believe that she is dating a popular actor. Meanwhile, the doctor that treated Piper when she was critically ill, discovers and gains the sisters' powers. After being twisted by the magic now within him, he goes on a sadistic organ-harvesting spree, targeting criminals in the streets.
43 21 "Apocalypse, Not" Michael Zinberg Sanford Golden & Sheryl J. Anderson May 11, 2000 (2000-05-11) 4399042 N/A
When a vanquishing spell goes awry while the Halliwell's try to destroy the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Prue and one of the Horsemen become trapped in a vortex. Piper and Phoebe enlist the help of the three remaining Horsemen to free Prue and the fourth Horseman before the vortex closes.
44 22 "Be Careful What You Witch For" Shannen Doherty Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin & Brad Kern May 18, 2000 (2000-05-18) 4399043 4.5[28]
A Genie, employed by the Triad to steal the sisters' powers, offers to grant each sister one wish for whatever they most desire. But when they refuse, the genie tricks them into wishing, resulting in an uncontrollable power for Phoebe, Prue's death, and the rapid ageing of Dan, who finally learns Piper's secret.

Season 3 (2000–01)[edit]

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No. in
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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
45 1 "The Honeymoon's Over" Jim Conway Brad Kern October 5, 2000 (2000-10-05) 4300045 7.7[29]
46 2 "Magic Hour" John Behring Zack Estrin & Chris Levinson October 12, 2000 (2000-10-12) 4300046 5.1[30]
47 3 "Once Upon a Time" Joel J. Feigenbaum Krista Vernoff October 19, 2000 (2000-10-19) 4300047 5.4[31]
48 4 "All Halliwell's Eve" Anson Williams Sheryl J. Anderson October 26, 2000 (2000-10-26) 4300048 6.5[32]
49 5 "Sight Unseen" Perry Lang William Schmidt November 2, 2000 (2000-11-02) 4300049 5.7[33]
50 6 "Primrose Empath" Mel Damski Daniel Cerone November 9, 2000 (2000-11-09) 4300051 6.1[34]
51 7 "Power Outage" Craig Zisk Monica Breen & Alison Schapker November 16, 2000 (2000-11-16) 4300050 5.7[35]
52 8 "Sleuthing with the Enemy" Noel Nosseck Peter Hume December 14, 2000 (2000-12-14) 4300052 5.5[36]
53 9 "Coyote Piper" Chris Long Krista Vernoff January 11, 2001 (2001-01-11) 4300053 5.1[37]
54 10 "We All Scream for Ice Cream" Allan Kroeker Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin January 18, 2001 (2001-01-18) 4300054 5.4[38]
55 11 "Blinded by the Whitelighter" David Straiton Nell Scovell January 25, 2001 (2001-01-25) 4300055 5.4[39]
56 12 "Wrestling with Demons" Joel J. Feigenbaum Sheryl J. Anderson February 1, 2001 (2001-02-01) 4300056 5.9[40]
57 13 "Bride and Gloom" Chris Long William Schmidt February 8, 2001 (2001-02-08) 4300057 5.4[41]
58 14 "The Good, the Bad and the Cursed" Shannen Doherty Monica Breen & Alison Schapker February 15, 2001 (2001-02-15) 4300058 5.1[42]
59 15 "Just Harried" Mel Damski Daniel Cerone February 22, 2001 (2001-02-22) 4300059 5.8[43]
60 16 "Death Takes a Halliwell" Jon Pare Krista Vernoff March 15, 2001 (2001-03-15) 4300060 5.4[44]
61 17 "Pre-Witched" David Straiton Chris Levinson & Zack Estrin March 22, 2001 (2001-03-22) 4300061 5.1[45]
62 18 "Sin Francisco" Joel J. Feigenbaum Nell Scovell April 19, 2001 (2001-04-19) 4300062 4.0[46]
63 19 "The Demon Who Came in from the Cold" Anson Williams Sheryl J. Anderson April 26, 2001 (2001-04-26) 4300063 3.6[47]
64 20 "Exit Strategy" Joel J. Feigenbaum Peter Hume & Daniel Cerone May 3, 2001 (2001-05-03) 4300064 4.1[48]
65 21 "Look Who's Barking" John Behring Teleplay by: Curtis Kheel & Monica Breen & Alison Schapker
Story by: Curtis Kheel
May 10, 2001 (2001-05-10) 4300065 4.7[49]
66 22 "All Hell Breaks Loose" Shannen Doherty Brad Kern May 17, 2001 (2001-05-17) 4300066 5.3[50]

Season 4 (2001–02)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
67
68
1
2
"Charmed Again" Michael Schultz Brad Kern October 4, 2001 (2001-10-04) 4301801 6.0[51]
69 3 "Hell Hath No Fury" Chris Long Krista Vernoff October 11, 2001 (2001-10-11) 4301069 5.0[52]
70 4 "Enter the Demon" Joel J. Feigenbaum Daniel Cerone October 18, 2001 (2001-10-18) 4301071 5.7[53]
71 5 "Size Matters" Noel Nosseck Nell Scovell October 25, 2001 (2001-10-25) 4301070 5.3[54]
72 6 "A Knight to Remember" David Straiton Alison Schapker & Monica Breen November 1, 2001 (2001-11-01) 4301072 4.7[55]
73 7 "Brain Drain" John Behring Curtis Kheel November 8, 2001 (2001-11-08) 4301073 4.7[56]
74 8 "Black as Cole" Les Landau Abbey Campbell, Brad Kern & Nell Scovell November 15, 2001 (2001-11-15) 4301074 5.1[57]
75 9 "Muse to My Ears" Joel J. Feigenbaum Krista Vernoff December 13, 2001 (2001-12-13) 4301075 4.5[58]
76 10 "A Paige from the Past" James L. Conway Daniel Cerone January 17, 2002 (2002-01-17) 4301076 3.4[59]
77 11 "Trial by Magic" Chip Scott Laughlin Michael Gleason January 24, 2002 (2002-01-24) 4301077 4.1[60]
78 12 "Lost and Bound" Noel Nosseck Nell Scovell January 31, 2002 (2002-01-31) 4301078 3.9[61]
79 13 "Charmed and Dangerous" Jon Pare Alison Schapker & Monica Breen February 7, 2002 (2002-02-07) 943A55 4.7[62]
80 14 "The Three Faces of Phoebe" Joel J. Feigenbaum Curtis Kheel February 14, 2002 (2002-02-14) 4301080 4.7[63]
81 15 "Marry-Go-Round" Chris Long Daniel Cerone March 14, 2002 (2002-03-14) 4301081 4.5[64]
82 16 "The Fifth Halliwheel" David Straiton Krista Vernoff March 21, 2002 (2002-03-21) 4301082 4.8[65]
83 17 "Saving Private Leo" John Behring Daniel Cerone & Doug E. Jones March 28, 2002 (2002-03-28) 4301083 3.9[66]
84 18 "Bite Me" John T. Kretchmer Curtis Kheel April 18, 2002 (2002-04-18) 4301084 3.6[67]
85 19 "We're Off to See the Wizard" Timothy Lonsdale Alison Schapker & Monica Breen April 25, 2002 (2002-04-25) 4301085 4.2[68]
86 20 "Long Live the Queen" Jon Paré Krista Vernoff May 2, 2002 (2002-05-02) 4301086 4.7[69]
87 21 "Womb Raider" Mel Damski Daniel Cerone May 9, 2002 (2002-05-09) 4301087 5.0[70]
88 22 "Witch Way Now?" Brad Kern Brad Kern May 16, 2002 (2002-05-16) 4301088 5.2[71]

Season 5 (2002–03)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
89
90
1
2
"A Witch's Tail" James L. Conway
Mel Damski
Daniel Cerone
Monica Breen & Alison Schapker
September 22, 2002 (2002-09-22) 4301089
4301090
6.3[72]
91 3 "Happily Ever After" John T. Kretchmer Curtis Kheel September 29, 2002 (2002-09-29) 4301091 5.1[73]
92 4 "Siren's Song" Joel J. Feigenbaum Krista Vernoff October 6, 2002 (2002-10-06) 4301092 5.3[74]
93 5 "Witches in Tights" David Straiton Mark Wilding October 13, 2002 (2002-10-13) 4301093 5.0[75]
94 6 "The Eyes Have It" James Marshall Laurie Parres October 20, 2002 (2002-10-20) 4301094 5.2[76]
95 7 "Sympathy for the Demon" Stuart Gillard Henry Alonso Myers November 3, 2002 (2002-11-03) 4301095 4.8[77]
96 8 "A Witch in Time" John Behring Daniel Cerone November 10, 2002 (2002-11-10) 4301096 5.5[78]
97 9 "Sam, I Am" Joel J. Feigenbaum Alison Schapker & Monica Breen November 17, 2002 (2002-11-17) 4301097 5.1[79]
98 10 "Y Tu Mummy Tambien" Chris Long Curtis Kheel January 5, 2003 (2003-01-05) 4301098 5.5[80]
99 11 "The Importance of Being Phoebe" Derek Johansen Krista Vernoff January 12, 2003 (2003-01-12) 4301099 5.4[81]
100 12 "Centennial Charmed" James L. Conway Brad Kern January 19, 2003 (2003-01-19) 4301100 5.5[82]
101 13 "House Call" Jon Paré Henry Alonso Myers February 2, 2003 (2003-02-02) 4301101 5.3[83]
102 14 "Sand Francisco Dreamin'" John T. Kretchmer Alison Schapker & Monica Breen February 9, 2003 (2003-02-09) 4301102 5.1[84]
103 15 "The Day the Magic Died" Stuart Gillard Daniel Cerone February 16, 2003 (2003-02-16) 4301103 5.6[85]
104 16 "Baby's First Demon" John T. Kretchmer Krista Vernoff March 30, 2003 (2003-03-30) 4301104 N/A
105 17 "Lucky Charmed" Roxann Dawson Curtis Kheel April 6, 2003 (2003-04-06) 4301105 4.5[86]
106 18 "Cat House" James L. Conway Brad Kern April 13, 2003 (2003-04-13) 4301106 4.2[87]
107 19 "Nymphs Just Wanna Have Fun" Mel Damski Andrea Stevens & Doug E. Jones April 20, 2003 (2003-04-20) 4301107 4.3[88]
108 20 "Sense and Sense Ability" Stewart Schill & Joel J. Feigenbaum Brian Krause & Ed Bokinskie & Daniel Cerone & Krista Vernoff April 27, 2003 (2003-04-27) 4301108 4.1[89]
109 21 "Necromancing the Stone" Jon Paré Henry Alonso Myers & Alison Schapker & Monica Breen May 4, 2003 (2003-05-04) 4301109 5.0[90]
110
111
22
23
"Oh My Goddess" Jonathan West
Joel J. Feigenbaum
Krista Vernoff & Curtis Kheel
Daniel Cerone
May 11, 2003 (2003-05-11) 4301110
4301111
4.9[91]

Season 6 (2003–04)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
US viewers
(millions)
112
113
1
2
"Valhalley of the Dolls" James L. Conway Brad Kern September 28, 2003 (2003-09-28) 4301112
4301113
6.3[72]
114 3 "Forget Me... Not" John T. Kretchmer Henry Alonso Myers October 5, 2003 (2003-10-05) 4301114 5.8[92]
115 4 "The Power of Three Blondes" John Behring Daniel Cerone October 12, 2003 (2003-10-12) 4301115 5.4[93]
116 5 "Love's a Witch" Stuart Gillard Jeannine Renshaw October 19, 2003 (2003-10-19) 4301116 5.4[94]
117 6 "My Three Witches" Joel J. Feigenbaum Scott Lipsey & Whip Lipsey October 26, 2003 (2003-10-26) 4301117 5.5[95]
118 7 "Soul Survivor" Mel Damski Curtis Kheel November 2, 2003 (2003-11-02) 4301118 5.2[96]
119 8 "Sword and the City" Derek Johansen David Simkins November 9, 2003 (2003-11-09) 4301119 5.2[97]
120 9 "Little Monsters" James L. Conway Julie Hess November 16, 2003 (2003-11-16) 4301120 5.3[98]
121 10 "Chris-Crossed" Joel J. Feigenbaum Cameron Litvack November 23, 2003 (2003-11-23) 4301121 6.0[99]
122 11 "Witchstock" James A. Contner Daniel Cerone January 11, 2004 (2004-01-11) 4301122 5.3[100]
123 12 "Prince Charmed" David Jackson Henry Alonso Myers January 18, 2004 (2004-01-18) 4301123 3.9[101]
124 13 "Used Karma" John T. Kretchmer Jeannine Renshaw January 25, 2004 (2004-01-25) 4301124 4.2[102]
125 14 "The Legend of Sleepy Halliwell" Jon Paré Cameron Litvack February 8, 2004 (2004-02-08) 4301125 4.8[103]
126 15 "I Dream of Phoebe" John T. Kretchmer Curtis Kheel February 15, 2004 (2004-02-15) 4301126 4.1[104]
127 16 "The Courtship of Wyatt's Father" Joel J. Feigenbaum Brad Kern February 22, 2004 (2004-02-22) 4301127 5.0[105]
128 17 "Hyde School Reunion" Jonathan West David Simkins March 14, 2004 (2004-03-14) 4301128 4.8[106]
129 18 "Spin City" Mel Damski Andy Reaser & Doug E. Jones April 18, 2004 (2004-04-18) 456006 3.8[107]
130 19 "Crimes and Witch Demeanors" John T. Kretchmer Henry Alonso Myers April 25, 2004 (2004-04-25) 4301130 3.4[108]
131 20 "A Wrong Day's Journey into Right" Derek Johansen Cameron Litvack May 2, 2004 (2004-05-02) 4301131 4.1[109]
132 21 "Witch Wars" David Jackson Krista Vernoff May 9, 2004 (2004-05-09) 4301132 2.7[110]
133
134
22
23
"It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World" Jon Paré Jeannine Renshaw
Curtis Kheel
May 16, 2004 (2004-05-16) 4301133
4301134
4.7[111]

Season 7 (2004–05)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
135 1 "A Call to Arms" James L. Conway Brad Kern September 12, 2004 (2004-09-12) 4301135 5.5[112]
136 2 "The Bare Witch Project" John T. Kretchmer Jeannine Renshaw September 19, 2004 (2004-09-19) 4301136 4.8[113]
137 3 "Cheaper by the Coven" Derek Johansen Mark Wilding September 26, 2004 (2004-09-26) 4301137 5.3[114]
138 4 "Charrrmed!" Mel Damski Cameron Litvack October 3, 2004 (2004-10-03) 4301138 4.7[115]
139 5 "Styx Feet Under" Christopher Leitch Henry Alonso Myers October 10, 2004 (2004-10-10) 4301139 4.8[116]
140 6 "Once in a Blue Moon" John T. Kretchmer Debra J. Fisher & Erica Messer October 17, 2004 (2004-10-17) 4301140 4.6[117]
141 7 "Someone to Witch Over Me" Jon Paré Rob Wright October 31, 2004 (2004-10-31) 4301141 3.9[118]
142 8 "Charmed Noir" Michael Grossman Curtis Kheel November 14, 2004 (2004-11-14) 4301142 3.9[119]
143 9 "There's Something About Leo" Derek Johansen Natalie Antoci & Scott Lipsey November 21, 2004 (2004-11-21) 4301143 3.9[120]
144 10 "Witchness Protection" David Jackson Jeannine Renshaw November 28, 2004 (2004-11-28) 4301144 4.1[121]
145 11 "Ordinary Witches" Jonathan West Mark Wilding January 16, 2005 (2005-01-16) 4301145 3.5[122]
146 12 "Extreme Makeover: World Edition" LeVar Burton Cameron Litvack January 23, 2005 (2005-01-23) 4301146 3.5[123]
147 13 "Charmageddon" John T. Kretchmer Henry Alonso Myers January 30, 2005 (2005-01-30) 4301147 3.9[124]
148 14 "Carpe Demon" Stuart Gillard Curtis Kheel February 13, 2005 (2005-02-13) 4301148 2.9[125]
149 15 "Show Ghouls" Mel Damski Rob Wright & Debra J. Fisher & Erica Messer February 20, 2005 (2005-02-20) 4301149 3.2[126]
150 16 "The Seven Year Witch" Michael Grossman Jeannine Renshaw April 10, 2005 (2005-04-10) 4301150 3.9[127]
151 17 "Scry Hard" Derek Johansen Andy Reaser & Doug E. Jones April 17, 2005 (2005-04-17) 4301151 3.4[128]
152 18 "Little Box of Horrors" Jon Paré Cameron Litvack April 24, 2005 (2005-04-24) 4301152 3.9[129]
153 19 "Freaky Phoebe" Michael Grossman Mark Wilding May 1, 2005 (2005-05-01) 4301153 3.6[130]
154 20 "Imaginary Fiends" Jonathan West Henry Alonso Myers May 8, 2005 (2005-05-08) 4301154 3.3[131]
155 21 "Death Becomes Them" John T. Kretchmer Curtis Kheel May 15, 2005 (2005-05-15) 4301155 3.4[132]
156 22 "Something Wicca This Way Goes...?" James L. Conway Rob Wright & Brad Kern May 22, 2005 (2005-05-22) 4301156 3.4[133]

Season 8 (2005–06)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
157 1 "Still Charmed & Kicking" James L. Conway Brad Kern September 25, 2005 (2005-09-25) 62015-08-157 4.2[134]
The final season premieres after being presumed dead by the outside world, the sisters cast a spell so that their appearance is altered to the outside world, but not to those closest to them. Though Phoebe and Piper begin to adapt to a magic-free life, Paige cannot escape her Whitelighter half, which continues to tell her that there is a new charge in the world that needs her. There are also those who do not believe the Halliwells to be dead, and seek to prove it. Paige has trouble locating her charge, and when she finally catches up with the young witch, she finds that Billie has embarked on a solo vigilante career to do good and combat demons, but soon finds she has gotten in over her head. Paige takes up a career as a police recruit, hoping fighting evil that way will fulfil her needs, but has to leave training to rescue Billie.
158 2 "Malice in Wonderland" Mel Damski Brad Kern October 2, 2005 (2005-10-02) 62015-08-158 3.8[135]
Hoping to lure the Charmed ones out of hiding, Haas, a young demon suspecting they've survived and wanting to take over the rule of the Underworld by taking their powers, uses the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland fairy tale to prey on victims. Paige's new charge in her whitelighter career, a young attractive blonde college co-ed with enviable martial arts skills, Billie Jenkins embarks on a career as a white witch vigilante fighting demons in leather and mask, and soon stumbles onto the wonderland victims, and eventually ends up in over her head after spurring help and contact from Paige. Consequently, Paige takes training as a police recruit, hoping to satisfy her continuing need to fight evil while Phoebe and Piper masquerade as cousins of themselves and humorously end up in positions with the paper and at the P3 club doing pretty much what they had done before faking their deaths. Paige gets the hots for one of her instructors and is happy to have to leave training to rescue Billie and begin not just one, but two new relationships, both of a much more satisfactory nature, though still wonders what to do for work.
159 3 "Run Piper, Run" Derek Johansen Cameron Litvack October 9, 2005 (2005-10-09) 62015-08-159 4.1[136]
Looking for a new career path, Piper goes on an interview with a corporate recruiter, but is soon arrested when a background check reveals that the physical appearance she adopted was that of a model wanted for murder. In fact, the model was innocent, framed by her obsessive and evil ex-boyfriend who is a crooked assistant District Attorney on the take reacting to being abandoned and set her up least she give evidence against her. The Charmed Ones, with Bille's help, must come up with a plan to save her once they switch her into Pipers' jail cell and discover the truth. Consequently, they intervene first to prevent her murder and then taking inspiration from none other than the Demon of Fear, Barbas—conceive a plot to have the District Attorney implicate himself on tape in the murder, freeing his ex-lover from the threat of retribution.
160 4 "Desperate Housewitches" Jon Paré Jeannine Renshaw October 16, 2005 (2005-10-16) 62015-08-160 4.2[137]
Wyatt's school play Cinderella brings out the competitive nature in Piper when her hand-sewn costume and parenting abilities are criticized by another mother. Things go from bad to worse when it is revealed that this Stepford-wife-like "Oh-so-perfect" mother is in fact possessed by a demoness focused on kidnapping Piper's son Wyatt and using him in a plot with other demons to resurrect the Source of All Evil at Magic School; which the demons have forcibly taken possession of after the (believed and faked) deaths of the three Charmed Ones. Meanwhile, Paige sees Dex with another woman, who turns out to be his ex-girlfriend who is a compulsive liar, and despite Phoebe's objections, interferes by masquerading as the woman looking and expecting evidence Dex is two-timing Phoebe. Dex apologizes to Phoebe after Paige commits her interfering faux pas and her masquerade crashes, saying he probably shouldn't have stayed in touch with and should have made a more complete break with his old girl earning points for earnestness and honesty. Meanwhile, Billie and Leo sniff out the plot at magic school and research a spell to return Billie to our world for power-of-three reinforcements while Leo stays nearby with Wyatt who has accompanied the possessed mother there. With Wyatts powerful help, the demoness has conjured the source who appears to be fully resurrected and ready to take command again in the Underworld. Billie's timely return with Paige, Phoebe and Piper enables the three to intervene in the demon's festivities. Piper vanquishes both threats by dealing with the demoness—who has linked the two by her conjuration of the source which consequently was not as powerful and troublesome as the original incarnation of source because the magical link to the demoness gave it a new vulnerability.
161 5 "Rewitched" John Kretchmer Rob Wright October 23, 2005 (2005-10-23) 62015-08-161 4.2[138]
Unaware that she is being watched, Billie jeopardizes the Charmed Ones' new lives when Agent Murphy of Homeland Security, who has suspected all along that she and the "cousins" are involved in supernatural activities and that the Halliwell sisters are not dead, spots her using her powers to save an innocent. Meanwhile, Phoebe's planned overnight trip with Dex starts with an unexpected assist from Billie and comes to a surprising conclusion when Billie casts a spell from the book of shadows intending to help and to make her happy, with unexpected consequences. Both Paige and Phoebe, having repeatedly questioned the manner the three are living conclude that the situation is untenable as they are constantly living a lie with those they would trust, and innocents are suffering as well. As that happens, Agent Murphy having already approached Billie, confronts Piper and makes plain that he feels the world needs their continued ministrations. Billie sets a trap for the Demons and vanquishes the imp-master while the power of the three vanquish its master from ambush. At the end of the episode, the three agree that the masquerade should be canceled and uncast the magic which had disguised them. Approaching Agent Murphy, the three cut a deal to have him cover for them explaining away the inconvenience of their faked deaths as being due to national security concerns which allows them to resume life as themselves.
162 6 "Kill Billie Vol. 1" Michael Grossman Elizabeth Hunter October 30, 2005 (2005-10-30) 62015-08-162 4.3[139]
While the Charmed ones are dealing with Paparazzi and Halloween, Armed and ready to vanquish, Billie inexplicably freezes and is flooded with childhood flashbacks when she sees her latest demon target, the Dogan. Billie casts a spell to erase her fears and goes after the demon, and realizes that her sister was kidnapped by demons when she was only a child.
163 7 "The Lost Picture Show" Jonathan West Doug E. Jones & Andy Reaser November 6, 2005 (2005-11-06) 62015-08-163 3.8[140]
Wanting to return to her old career as a social worker, Paige's plans get put on hold, when her Whitelighter father, Sam, returns asking for her help with his charge. Meanwhile, Piper and Leo go to see a magical marriage counselor who thinks the best therapy is for them to walk a mile in each others' shoes – literally.
164 8 "Battle of the Hexes" LeVar Burton Jeannine Renshaw November 13, 2005 (2005-11-13) 62015-08-164 4.3[141]
Agent Murphy gives the sisters their first Homeland Security case – searching through cold case files, where Phoebe and Billie discover a belt that gives Billie superpowers. Meanwhile, Piper and Leo are on the hunt for a band to play at P3; and Paige meets a handsome man, who happens to be her new charge's parole officer.
165 9 "Hulkus Pocus" Joel F. Feigenbaum Liz Sagal November 20, 2005 (2005-11-20) 62015-08-165 4.2[142]
Phoebe has decided to take a hiatus from men. Piper seems to think Agent Murphy and the government is hiding something from the sisters. She and Paige discover that an experiment with a captured demon created a deadly virus that is infecting the magical community, including Billie.
166 10 "Vaya Con Leos" Janice Cooke Leonard Cameron Litvack November 27, 2005 (2005-11-27) 62015-08-166 4.3[143]
The Angel of Death returns to visit the Charmed Ones but they're shocked to learn that he's there for Leo. To try to stop him from taking Leo, Piper casts a spell that backfires, making every man a Leo lookalike, forcing Piper to take drastic measures and ask the Elders and the Avatars for help. Meanwhile, Billie continues her search for the truth behind her sister's disappearance. In the end Leo is frozen to save himself.
167 11 "Mr. & Mrs. Witch" James L. Conway Rob Wright January 8, 2006 (2006-01-08) 62015-08-167 3.3[144]
When her parents come for a visit, Billie accidentally transforms them into assassins and also manages to contact a demon who is posing as a human. Meanwhile, Piper attempts to continue her life without Leo; Paige tries to make a connection with Henry; Phoebe tries to find a way to have her own life.
168 12 "Payback's a Witch" Mel Damski Brad Kern January 15, 2006 (2006-01-15) 62015-08-168 3.4[145]
With the intention of helping his parolee get a loan, Henry, along with Paige, go to a bank but instead the parolee decides to take everyone at the bank hostage. Meanwhile, Phoebe and Piper have their hands full when, during Wyatt's third birthday party, Wyatt uses his projection power to turn three of his toys into real people. Unfortunately the situation at the bank degenerates when Henry is accidentally shot and a possessor demon, wanting to expose the Charmed Ones, possesses the parole and tries to force Paige to orb Henry to a hospital and expose herself. Unexpectedly she develops the Whitelighter healing power and heals Henry's wound before switching places with Billie using her glamouring power. Paige is taken hostage by the demon who takes her to Magic School, but Paige orbs them to the manor attic where Piper and Phoebe dispossesses the parolee and Billie vanquishes the demon.
169 13 "Repo Manor" Derek Johansen Doug E. Jones January 22, 2006 (2006-01-22) 62015-08-168 3.6[146]
Phoebe, in an attempt to move on with her own life, signs a lease for a new apartment, much to the worry of Piper, while Paige considers telling Henry she's a witch. Demons attempt to steal the Power of Three by taking the form and place of each sister, one by one, as each sister is shrunk and placed into a dollhouse replica of the manor.
170 14 "12 Angry Zen" Jon Paré Cameron Litvack February 12, 2006 (2006-02-12) 62015-08-170 3.2[147]
During Chinese New Year, a demon attempts to steal a mystical wooden staff, that's protected by the Zodiacs and they enlist the aid of Piper. Meanwhile, Phoebe enjoys her new place by throwing a housewarming party that gets out of control; a monk teaches Billie how to use her power of projection to find her sister; Paige tries to get through to Henry about her magical abilities.
171 15 "The Last Temptation of Christy" John Kretchmer Liz Sagal & Rick Muirragui February 19, 2006 (2006-02-19) 62015-08-171 3.8[148]
Paige learns the difficulties of dating a mortal when Henry becomes too involved in the magical world and is torn when another suitor arrives hoping to convince her to marry him so they can become the ultimate magical couple. Meanwhile, Billie finally finds her missing sister, Christy; Piper faces a romantic decision when she runs into an old flame and Piper must explain that Leo is coming back despite it looking like he abandoned his family.
172 16 "Engaged and Confused" Stuart Gillard Jeannine Renshaw February 26, 2006 (2006-02-26) 62015-08-172 4.0[149]
Piper organizes an engagement party for Paige and Henry, but the wedding is put in jeopardy when the couple begins to get cold feet. Phoebe notices a strange man following her, and soon discovers that he is a Cupid. Meanwhile, a demon kidnaps Christy in order to lure the Charmed Ones into attacking the Triad, thus preventing them from taking over the Underworld. In a battle with the Triad at Magic School, Paige and Piper vanquish one by orbing him in front of a fireball and Piper blows up the second. The third runs, but unlike how they expected, Leo is not returned, showing that the Triad is not the big threat that they have to face to get him back.
173 17 "Generation Hex" Michael Grossman Rob Wright April 16, 2006 (2006-04-16) 62015-08-173 2.9[150]
Two former students of Leo's from Magic School turn up at the manor to inform the Charmed Ones that demons that Leo had imprisoned in the Magic School dungeons have escaped and are seeking revenge. Christy tries to get Billie away from the sisters, and Billie wants Christy to reunite with her parents. Paige goes on her honeymoon, and Coop continues to follow Phoebe. One of the demons is eventually vanquished by Piper and the students sending him to the Astral Plane in a perpetual vanquish, but beforehand, the two demons kill Billie and Christy's parents under orders from Candor, the last remaining member of the Triad. In retaliation, Christy vanquishes him, but he claims that doing so completes her conversion to evil.
174 18 "The Torn Identity" LeVar Burton Andy Reaser April 23, 2006 (2006-04-23) 62015-08-174 3.3[151]
Coop comes to the conclusion that he has fallen for Phoebe but she'd rather spend her life with a mortal. Meanwhile, Piper is on the hunt for killer demons; Paige finds it hard balancing life as a Charmed One with that of a married woman.
175 19 "The Jung and the Restless" Derek Johansen Cameron Litvack April 30, 2006 (2006-04-30) 62015-08-175 3.1[152]
Christy continues to try to corrupt Billie. Meanwhile, Paige gains a new charge in trouble with a Darklighter. The two conspire to throw the sisters into a dream world so Billie can determine their true desires. Billie is forced to make an important decision.
176 20 "Gone with the Witches" Jonathan West Jeannine Renshaw May 7, 2006 (2006-05-07) 62015-08-176 3.3[153]
Christy has now managed to convince Billie that the Charmed ones are too self obsessed to help the 'greater good' so when Paige, Phoebe and Piper attempt to involve the rest of the magical community, Christie and Billie turn all the leprechauns and other creatures against the girls. Christie and Billie then directly attack the Charmed ones who attempt to escape to magic school but find that it has been blocked from them and so are sent to the underworld...
177 21 "Kill Billie Vol. 2" Jon Paré Brad Kern May 14, 2006 (2006-05-14) 62015-08-177 3.7[154]
In part one of the two-part series finale, Billie and Christy have managed to turn everything around: while the two of them are now at the Manor and demons are at Magic School, the Charmed Ones are forced to hide in the Underworld. The Jenkins and the Halliwells absorb the Hollow and attack each other in the Manor, not knowing the deadly consequences of their actions — Phoebe, Paige, and Christy are killed and the Manor is destroyed in a massive explosion caused by the biggest fight in Halliwell history.
178 22 "Forever Charmed" James L. Conway Brad Kern May 21, 2006 (2006-05-21) 62015-08-178 4.5[155]
In the series finale, Reeling from the death of her sisters, Piper along with Leo, using the help of Coop's ring, must travel back in time to change the events that lead to the deaths of Phoebe and Paige, encountering Grams and Pattie, who come back from different times to help recreate the Power Of Three.Grown up Chris and Wyatt are also transported to help save Wyatt's power, which was stolen by a demon. While in the past, Piper and Leo meet their old selfs, indicating that the future looks bright for them. Meanwhile, Billie also tries to go back in time, and finally realizes the truth in what her sister has become. Billie comes back seeking the help of the sisters to change her sister but when Christy launches a fire ball at the sisters, Billie deflects it and accidentally kills Christy. At the end, the sisters write down a reflection of what has happened in the years and it shows the future where the next generation. In conclusion, Phoebe marries Coop and they have three daughters, in which Billie looks after the first two when Phoebe goes into labour for a third time. Paige and Henry have twin girls and then Henry Jr. Leo becomes the headmaster of Magic School, Paige continues to juggle being a Whitelighter and a family woman, and Piper and Leo are seen to have had a daughter and their granddaughter whose name is Prudence (after her deceased sister) closes the door with telekinesis just like Prue Halliwell. The final scene shows the manor's front door closing while the triquetra appears on the screen.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The episode "When Bad Warlocks Turn Good" was originally scheduled for April 21, 1999, but after the Columbine High School Tragedy the episode was rescheduled for April 28, 1999 to pay respect to those who died.

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