To teach the Charmed Ones a lesson Chris and the demon Gith trap them in individual magical realities where their secret desires come true. Leo demands that the Elders strip Chris of his Whitelighter status.

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To teach the Charmed Ones a lesson Chris and the demon Gith trap them in individual magical realities where their secret desires come true. Leo demands that the Elders strip Chris of his Whitelighter status.

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The scene in which Paige is being sawn in half by the magician was included at the suggestion of Rose McGowan, who'd always had an ambition to take part in the illusion. See more »

Goofs

One of the aerial establishing shots looks over the San Francisco Ferry Building and the Bay Bridge - and the Embarcadero Freeway which fell in the Loma Prieta quake of 1989 (the episode is dated 2003). See more »

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Leo Wyatt: You had to kill a Valkyrie. Whitelighters don't kill, or did you not read the manual?
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Welcome to their worlds
10 July 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This episode is entertaining on the whole, even though it doesn't add much to the story. Once again, Chris manipulates and double-crosses everybody with good intentions but dire results. The good thing about his character is that -just as with Cole- no matter how much he lies and plots, his character still attracts sympathy, thanks to Drew Fuller's performance. But the whole alternate-reality stuff is beginning to smell a bit overcooked, and those alternate worlds aren't very interesting. So I'm glad that the sisters are becoming so used to it that they realize what's wrong in about 2mn and set out to solve it.

The main contribution of that episode to the larger arc is that Leo decides to forgive Chris for sending him away to Valhalla, which is a first step towards reconciliation.

On a side note, shouldn't Piper sell that car of hers and go by foot ? Prue used to have a lot of accidents, but Piper must now have her own personal room at the hospital, seeing how many times she's ended up there!


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