Charmed (1998–2006)
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Bite Me 

The Charmed Ones fight a vampire queen who kidnaps Paige and tries to turn her against Piper and Phoebe.

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(as John Kretchmer)

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Piper Halliwell
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Leo Wyatt
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Rowan (as Samuel Ball)
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Vampire Queen
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Julie
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Keats
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Grimlock
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Harpy Leader
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Phoebe and Cole have moved to their new apartment and Cole prohibited Paige of orbing to his place claiming the need of privacy with Phoebe, but actually to protect his secret. Cole summons the most different factions of demons and proposes they should join force against the good. The dissident vampire queen sees the chance to defeat Cole by biting Paige, transforming her in a vampire and turning Paige to her side. Phoebe, Piper and Leo find that the only way to save Paige is killing the vampire queen before Paige drinks human blood. Meanwhile, Phoebe feels sick, faints and her doctor runs blood tests to find the reason of her migraine. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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vampire | wiccan | See All (2) »

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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18 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When talking about the possibility of vampires, Leo says, "Far as I know they're part of a whole different network now." The show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, switched from The WB to UPN in 2001. Charmed was originally aired on The WB. See more »

Goofs

When the vampire queen is topless, the camera pans down far enough that the tape covering the actress' is briefly visible. See more »

Quotes

Paige Matthews: You know, what, Cole? Just bite me.
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Fly Away From Here (Graduation Day)
by Dropline
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Where's Buffy when you need her?
21 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Now that Cole has moved his new bride into a new apartment to rule the underworld, a vampire queen wishes to form an alliance with him, by turning Paige into her own creation. Meanwhile Piper feels depressed about not becoming pregnant yet and Phoebe has morning sickness. The episode is sly, sexy with the got new guests in town looking to satisfy an appetite. The vampire Queen and her minions costume went for a nice v neck line dress with pale skin and long gorgeous hair or black suits with sunglasses instead of over the top Dracula style attire. I could see why Paige may be attracted to the dark side when you look great and have fun while your at it without pesky guilt getting in the way.

Poor Piper's time clock tucking away and thinking of her daughter she saw in the future. Knowing the conception date is approaching quickly without success so far. Yet she says she hasn't been able to conceive because of magic, but as morality bites proved that isn't the case and her little sister finding out her bundle of horrors is on The way proves her theory wrong. The episode really made me care and feel sorry for each sister as they discover new twists, find new destinies and make choices that change their lives for better or worse.


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