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Feats of Clay 

Phoebe's ex-boyfreind shows up with a stolen and cursed Egyptian urn, Prue tries to save the auction house from bankruptcy, and Piper's witchcraft backfires.

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Inspector Andy Trudeau (as T.W. King)
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When Phoebe's ex-boyfriend comes to town he brings trouble in the forum of a stolen Egyptian urn which carries a mortal curse. Meanwhile, Prue deals with her own problem of trying to save the auction house from bankruptcy, and Piper's use of her powers in a misguided attempt at matchmaking may backfire. Written by Arturo Domínguez

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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20 January 1999 (USA)  »

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The episode title is a play on the term "feet of clay" which refers to a weakness or character flaw in an otherwise respectable person See more »

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Prue Halliwell: It gets worse. If the background information is accurate, there's a curse attached to the urn. Anyone who steals it ends up dead, a victim of the Guardian who protects it, and she feeds off their greed.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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How Soon Is Now?
Written by Johnny Marr and Morrissey
Performed by The Smiths
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7 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

Feats of clay make be a weak episode, but offers a glimpse of what Phoebe was up to while she was away. While the A and B plots aren't spectacular in the least I enjoy the early seasons for the simplify and keeping the series character based.

Doug the waiter is fleshed out more with a sweet twist in his arch and offers a few chuckles along the way. Victor Browne (Clay) is sexy, dangerous and a good guy to boot making him a perfect match. Phoebe shows good judgment and how much faith she has in humanity by her actions instead of assuming the worse right off.

Another aspect to enjoy is the rich costuming with the Guardian and her mannerisms really sell the mystic nature of her character. Still it seems a little out there for this show never really exploring her past or what kinda creature she is. Plus it was slow, no real meat to keep you tuned and feels like forever until you reach the credits.

Not my favorite, but it really showed Alyssa Milano's acting chops and made her my favorite character. It was enduring and does raise an important question on who deserves to be saved or not.


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