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Look Who's Barking 

Piper is trying to control her new power, while Phoebe is writing in the Book of Shadows about Cole. Prue is worried with the behavior of Phoebe and also missing a nice boyfriend. When a ... See full summary »

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Cole Turner
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Police Inspector
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Belthazor
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Banshee
Jack Orend ...
Alchemist (as Jack R. Orend)
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Runaway Teen (as Ashley Michelle Tisdale)
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Widower
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Woman
Eric Castro ...
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Piper is trying to control her new power, while Phoebe is writing in the Book of Shadows about Cole. Prue is worried with the behavior of Phoebe and also missing a nice boyfriend. When a Banshee - an evil witch that kills those in pain and misery with her sharp scream and is only detected by dogs - attacks a neighbor of The Charmed Ones and Phoebe has a premonition with her next victim, Prue decides to cast a spell to track the Banshee. However, she is transformed in a dog and later she is hit by a car. Meanwhile Phoebes is in pain because of her love for Cole and is attacked and transformed in a Banshee. Without another alternative, Piper summons Belthazor to help her to save Phoebe from her fate. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

Joe E. Tata, who plays the inspector, also worked with Shannen Doherty on 90210. See more »

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When Prue (the dog) is chasing the Banshee away from the teenager. You see the Banshee running from the scene bare foot. The Banshee jumps from the ground onto a car, she is wearing sneakers. As she jumps from the car back to the ground, she's bare foot again. See more »

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Prue Halliwell: At least I got to meet a really cute guy.
Piper: You met a guy?
Prue Halliwell: Mm-hmm.
Piper: As a dog?
Prue Halliwell: Mm-hmm.
Piper: How?
Prue Halliwell: Well, he ran me over.
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References Cujo (1983) See more »

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When she was bad
10 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

The third year has been a bumpy road and as it comes to an end I feel like it was a great piece of art and a lot of work into making a wonderful surprisingly mysterious season full of mayhem and danger.

Look who's barking had a great demon, Banshee, who ranks number seven on my list. The look, m.o. and style is mesmerizing. The atmosphere and music fit the dark tone being taken. The struggles each face wrap around very nicely and don't feel forced. The humor is spot on the nose and balances well with the crises at hand.

It has very nice twist and turns you never see coming. The only thing I would change is the monster's way of taking victim as it easily could become annoying and overused. The little side story could be omitted to save on time. Other then that a fabulous show down.


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