Charmed: Season 7, Episode 20

Imaginary Fiends (8 May 2005)

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Viccus, a demon who possesses the power of corrupt children through cursed objects (toys), tries to turned little Wyatt into evil. Piper writes a spell to understand Wyatt's words, but she ... See full summary »



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Viccus, a demon who possesses the power of corrupt children through cursed objects (toys), tries to turned little Wyatt into evil. Piper writes a spell to understand Wyatt's words, but she brings adult Wyatt from the future instead. Vicuss succeeded turning Wyatt evil, but Leo figures Vicuss plan out, and helps Wyatt turn good again. Written by solitary_demon

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Wyatt Halliwell: [after greeting Leo, who's holding baby Chris] Hey, is this Chris? Oh, my gosh! He's so small. Hey, little brother.
[to Piper]
Wyatt Halliwell: Is this before of after he swallowed the marble?
Piper Halliwell: Marble ? What marble ?
Phoebe Halliwell: Easy on the future information !
Wyatt Halliwell: Of course, you're right.
Piper Halliwell: Not, but really : what marble ?
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"You're saying that our son's evil ? AGAIN ?"
25 July 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

A very good episode, although Paige and Phoebe mainly make token appearances. It's got a proper amount of craziness, some reasonable action, nice insights into characters' minds and quite a lot of emotion and foreshadowing. It doesn't precisely change the world, but we've had enough of those for this season.

Among the things I like, obviously, there's Wyatt. All Wyatts. It was a brilliant idea to show us adult Wyatt (who, btw, must have come from the same time period as Chris did): it shows that the Halliwells did manage to save the future after season 6... at least for now. Wyatt now is a happy, cheerful, easygoing boy... though one with astonishing powers. This, obviously, will not be such a good thing when his not-so-imaginary friend turns him evil through a curse that, interestingly enough, works through trust more than through magic. Logically then, trust has to be regained to reverse it. Leo's speech to Evil Wyatt is very moving, especially since it isn't a high-blown promise but a simple statement of facts. It's cool to see him go from frustration at not being able to fight demons, to realising that he can still win the fight. And I like what is said about good and evil in this episode : that it is a choice one must make every day, not just the consequence of a curse, a lucky stroke of the dice or even education.

Finally, I really have to list all the little crazy things that took this episode far above average : Paige's Maori charge, Viccus's very cool Cheshire Cat disappearances, Wyatt's inquiry about Chris's marble incident, Leo's reaction to his son's arrival : 10 secs of dumbstruck goggling, then "Explain !"... Just one thing : is it me, or is Leo feeding his 6-months old son PEANUTS ?

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