Charmed: Season 5, Episode 22

Oh My Goddess!: Part 1 (11 May 2003)

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The sisters are visited by a white lighter from the future: Chris Perry, who informs them that a new threat, the Titans, have been awakened. The Titans who are looking for white lighters come after Paige and Leo discovers their plan.



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Demetrius and Meta, two Titans, are freed from an arctic permafrost cave by someone whose payment is- vanquishing. Demetrius decides to free their leader, Cronus, who goes for the ultimate revenge. The sisters and most of the world already felt rising heat, then Paige takes Phoebe to the Titan warming spot, and Leo consults the Elders about the ominous situation when earthquakes kick in. Then Paige is frozen by Meta, but the other sisters saved by a white lighter from the future, youngster Chris, who came to revert a disastrous future after a total Titan take-over, and his scenario is as shocking for Leo as the Titans' spectacular move against good... Written by KGF Vissers

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There were 12 original Titans named: Oceanus, Tethys, Hyperion, Theia, Coeus, Phoebe, Cronus, Rhea, Mnemosyne, Themis, Crius, Iapetus. There was no Demetrius (But there was a female Goddess named Demeter who was the daughter of the Titan Cronus & The Goddess of Harvest) or Meta out of the original 12 Titans or their children Who were the Greek Gods & other Famous Greek Legends that we know of today solely named: Children of Oceanus: Oceanids & Potamoi Children of Hyperion: Helios, Selene & Eos Daughters of Coeus: Leto and Asteria Sons of Iapetus: Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus & Menoetius Sons of Crius: Astraeus, Pallas & Perses Sons and daughters of Cronus and Rhea: Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, Hades & Hestia See more »


In the season 3, episode 5 "Sight Unseen" Cole/Belthazor breaks into the Manor to prevent the demon Troxa from killing the Charmed Ones (Piper, Phoebe, & Prue) so he opens all the windows on the lower floor then turns up the AIR CONDITIONING to make it cold so the girls can see Troxa since he's invisible, but sensitive to cold. However, in the season 5 episode 22 "Oh my Goddess Part 1" Phoebe comes downstairs complaining about the heat and why they NEVER HAD air conditioning installed to which Piper explains it is due to the fact that they live in San Francisco where the temperature rarely gets above 75 (F). The manor had air conditioning 3 years after the pilot yet they didn't have it 5 to almost 6 years after the pilot. See more »


Piper Halliwell: What are you going to do? Scwry for mother nature and have a wicked word with her?
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Wow. This two-parter begins in a great way. This week's villains are dangerous. The casualty rate and the spreading panic around them makes that very clear. And the Elders finally get a heavenly-looking place and really nice outfits... briefly, at least. The danger is slow to build, which allows us to see everybody going around their normal lives for about 5mn before havoc comes knocking at the door. (It seems Piper and Leo did go back to that shrink after all.) Then Whitelighters begin to disappear, and a whole lot of magical creatures come popping into the Halliwell manor, to our immense enjoyment. Leprechauns, seven dwarfs, fairies, nymphs, even that arrogant nanny. And Chris, who's a cross between a Whitelighter and the guy from Terminator (the good one). After five seconds, you start to feel that this guy is a keeper, and you're right. The episode finishes just as things are getting really, really heated (in a manner of speaking), with a nice variety of cliffhangers that let you go from 'uh oh' to 'no waaaay !'.

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