While visiting a marriage counselor, Piper casts a spell to allow Leo and her to literally see their past together. The spell drags Phoebe and Paige back in time to relive Piper's memories ... See full summary »

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While visiting a marriage counselor, Piper casts a spell to allow Leo and her to literally see their past together. The spell drags Phoebe and Paige back in time to relive Piper's memories along with a warlock that wants to kill their cat Kit who has returned to Halliwell Manor. Written by laird-3

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The Familiars entry in The Book of Shadows reads, "Familiars are enchanted creatures who follow and guide new witches to protect them while they learn the Craft. While they are often cats, other animals, like dogs, rabbits, horses, and snakes can be familiars as well. Familiars are naturally attuned to this seasons and phases of the moon and can be helpful in teaching the young witch a heightened awareness of her environment". See more »

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When Paige and Phoebe travel back to the day Piper and Leo met she is shocked to see that Phoebe has blonde hair and even makes a remark about it. However, when Paige first met her sisters Phoebe still had blonde hair. See more »

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Phoebe Halliwell: Well, if it makes you feel any better, you didn't miss much with me. I'm pretty much the exact same person I was back then.
Paige Matthews: Yeah, right.
Phoebe Halliwell: No, I'm serious. I mean, I have a job now and that's good. But, you know, I'm still living at home, I'm still single. The only real difference is that I'm five years older. I need to use more expensive night cream.
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Witches in time
23 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Paige is curious about her sisters lives before she met them and gets a chance to see it when Leo & Piper go to see a marriage councilor casting to spell to relieve old memories. Cat house finally covers where kit went to along with what she is and that's a familiar granted the gift to become a human for doing her duty in guiding the charmed ones. While I like the concept behind the episode, the flashbacks feel like a bad attempt at a clip show without showing any new clips or giving the audience to see Prue. I'm glad Paige got to see some of the highlights from past seasons like Piper's wedding or when Leo proposed, but nothing is learned and gained from them other then to set off the main story of a warlock who kills Kitt. I don't see how killing one familiar has bad consequences as her house was chalked full of other familiars and thus makes the whole shenanigan seem in vain.

Anther issue is before this Leo & Piper had the perfect marriage with only problems arising here to serve the plot instead of real drama and is resolved by the end without really digging into why it sprang up to begin with. It really seems to play for laughs as they use other words to cover up magical incidents making it seem it was meant to be silly and yet the finale scene of the model bride and groom gone missing implicates they wanted us to take it seriously. If more thought had been put into it to show their problem or skip the marriage counseling story altogether it would be a perfect episode instead of clunky melodrama.


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