Mylie, a mermaid, is prepared to sacrifice her immortality to the sea hag, an evil witch who must deliver eternal life to the skeleton demon Necron, in order to share life with her human lover Craig Wilson, a hunky businessman, and needs him to explicitly express his true love for her, which seems utterly pointless fussing to him, so Mylie turns to hearts column writer Phoebe, who is resuming her career, like Paige who even gets a promotion to social worker. Phoebe had thoroughly prepared her divorce on account of Cole's disappearance, but at the very moment the judge was about to sign, his presence completely undoes her plan. Cole has resumed his job as lawyer, and is determined to help Darryl too, whether his impressive magical powers are wanted or not. While the sisters help Mylie, Phoebe gets transformed into a mermaid herself, increasingly subject to the call of the ocean... Written by
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During the hiatus between the fourth and fifth seasons, Rose McGowan
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Could someone please get me to the ocean before I SUFFICATE? I need some water.
You want water? I'll get you some water.
[Phoebe is thrown in a bathtub
You are holding me hostage.
Yep, looks like it.
Look, I am not a common goldfish. I cannot ignore the call of the sea.
Well, the call of the common bathtub is just going to have to do.
[Phoebe splahes Paige with water