Charmed (1998–2006)
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Necromancing the Stone 

The matriarchs of the Halliwell line are summoned for the Wicanning of Wyatt Matthew Halliwell but the Necromancer demon is trying to absorb their magical powers.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Lacky Demon
Necromancer / Armand
Co-Pilot (as Lisa Reneé Pitts)

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It's time for baby Wyatt to get a wiccaning, the ceremony to make him join the side of good. The Charmed sisters hope to be prepared by eliminating several types of 'risk demons', then summon granny Penny who will summon the ancestral line and perform the rite, but she points out they overlooked one: the Necromancer, a 'demonic Dracula' turned into a ghost years ago, who has a lower demon as assistant to capture weak spirits whose essence he consumes to exist, but has the ambition to return to life at the expense of a powerful magic being, ideally Wyatt. The sisters go vanquish the Necromancer, but soon realize he's Penny's former forbidden lover, Armand, alas only after he manages to capture granny, tries to rekindle their romance and puts a spell on her... Meanwhile Paige uses a truth spell to find out if her understanding lover Nate is the right mate, only to find he has a wife and kids; Jason asks Phoebe to move with him to Hong Kong. Written by KGF Vissers

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4 May 2003 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The episode's title refers to the movie Romancing the Stone (1984). See more »


When the Lacky Demon brings the Necromancer a fairy in the beginning of the show, she dies and we see her soul separate from her body, though her body remains in a jar. We then see the Necromancer absorbing the soul, but when the camera cuts back to the jar, the fairy is gone. See more »


Piper: Paige! There will be no talk of testicle-orbing in front of the child!
Leo: And not around his daddy either.
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References Romancing the Stone (1984) See more »

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Witches and Demons can't mix
21 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Piper wants to bless her son through a sickening with Grams blessing when she refuses because he's a man. The necromancer from her past tries to woo her back to his side by the heat and passion they once shared.

The episode works in a lot of ways to show why grams was divorced four times and had many lovers without ever fully committing to a relationship fearing She was being used again. The only problem is it tries to shoehorn in Paige dating a cheating husband who Lord to her instead of focusing it on another witch\demon pair. Phoebe still can't commit fully to Jason, which alludes to Cole being on her mind, which would show how alike grandmother and granddaughter are. It feels like a great missed opportunity to explore the pain and closed heart she still suffers months later. Still I'm glad at the 32nd grams finds out The necromancer really loved her finally healing her broken heart to see men as equals and performs the ritual for her grandson as a sign of good faith.

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