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The Charmed Ones join their powers to the Avatars to bring the world they have promised, where there will be no good nor evil, hoping they won't have to fight demons anymore.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Balding ...
Celerity Demon #3
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The Charmed Ones join their powers to the Avatars to bring the world they have promised, where there will be no good nor evil, hoping they won't have to fight demons anymore.

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23 January 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


When Phoebe is in her office throwing away letters Elise is talking about her ex husband - James L Connors. Rebecca Balding's (Elise) husband is James L Conway - the shows director. See more »


Early on, the Avatars are in the library with Paige, before Piper and Phoebe enter with Leo, covered in slime. Avatar Gamma walks by Paige who's wearing a zipped, light pink hoodie. The camera shifts, and when we see Paige again, she's in the red cami she was wearing earlier. See more »


Avatar Alpha: The spell will put everyone to sleep. But only for a few hours. Just long enough to erase the mindset of duality. Of good and evil.
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References Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (2003) See more »


How Soon Is Now
Written by Morrissey and Johnny Marr
Performed by The Smiths
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It's a wonderful, wonderful world
24 July 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I must say that I really don't get most titles this season, but this one is a really good find. As it indicates, the episode builds up towards the major change that the Avatars want to bring about. The sisters are now more or less convinced, even though Paige is still held back by her loyalty to Kyle, who won't hear about it.

The most interesting part about this episode is how it maintains some confusion about who's right and who's wrong. The Avatars seem just too good to be true, and knowing that they had previously enlisted Cole is not to their credit either. But throughout the episode, they seem honest and open, while the Elders seem bent on being as hateful as possible, for all that they have a valid argument. As for Kyle, his decision to side with Zankou looks like sheer bad will, and even the final scene during which he is killed does not really make us pity him. By the end of the episode, the change is complete, and for now everything seems as perfect as advertised. The long scenes in which we see the whole world go to sleep, then wake up in a cheerful, peaceful mood is really well done, especially since it will have its counterpart in the sequel of the episode. Obviously, this makes it worth a re-watch *after* we know what follows.

My main disappointment in this episode is that we basically spend most of it waiting for the world change to take place, so everything that happens for most of the episode feels like a time-filler.

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