Charmed: Season 8, Episode 2

Malice in Wonderland (2 Oct. 2005)

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Witches from magic school keep disappearing and reappearing seemingly insane. Billie notices the parallel and tells Paige that the kids are being driven mad by a fairytale: Alice in Wonderland

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Billie Jenkins (as Kaley Cuoco)
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Black Heart
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Jenny Bennett (as Béatrice Rosen)
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Paul Haas
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Over weeks, several teenage students, whose first names start with Al, went missing, only to return in a disastrous mental condition, in fact due to exposure to a demonic version of Alice in Wonderland. The sisters start doubting if their new identities are such a good idea. Demon organizer Haas hopes to trap them, if alive as he suspects, by invading the abandoned magic school. Phoebe enjoys checking out Dex as potential father of her future baby, finding he's a charming artist, interested and Phoebe's column's most devoted fan. Paige fails to find her vocation in the SFPD, but her training officer makes a fine date. Her white lighter nature forces her to meet again with the mystery leather girl, whom she finally identifies as Billie and brings to the house for proper training. Written by KGF Vissers

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This episode references Sex and the City (1998). Jason Lewis, who guest stars in the episode as Phoebe's love interest, also guest stars in "Sex and the City" as one of Samantha's love interests. See more »

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A few moments after Billie throws the knife and it sticks in the wall, it moves from side to side a bit, as though a string were attached to it and pulling on it. See more »

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Piper: Last year you had a premonition that you would have a daughter which means that this year you have to have a little sex and get pregnant. And since Dex, which coincidentally rhymes with sex, could be the father!
Phoebe: GOD!
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The worst of the series
10 June 2006 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

And when I say the worst one is the worst one. Oh my god! Everything was so messed up, Phoebe's voice-over ripping off Sex and the City (or even Desperate Housewives), the Alice in Wonderland rip-off, the laughable effects when Billie is trapped in the tales, the female demon, the flow of the episode, everything was so wrong (and boring, by the way) And Jason Lewis could go to hell, I mean, the character, because it's painfully hard to see him more than 3 minutes. He's not worst than Nick Lachey though.

It was so bad that I couldn't resist and fast forward it, I mean, skip it until the end. "Nymphs just wanna have fun" or "Lucky Charmed" were bad, but they had redeeming points, this steaming pile of crap and Brad Kern deserve to go to hell (he wrote it)


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