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Once in a Blue Moon 

A new threat from a completely unexpected front is attacking innocents when a blue moon occurs. Phoebe also finds new feelings for Leslie just when he has to leave.

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A new threat from a completely unexpected front is attacking innocents when a blue moon occurs. Phoebe also finds new feelings for Leslie just when he has to leave.

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Last appearance of Leslie (Nick Lachey). See more »

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When the charmed ones look out of the window at Magic School, you can see the city of San Francisco under the blue moon. Magic school is located in another realm entirely, not in San Francisco or any other city. See more »

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Leo Wyatt: [about their new whitelighter] He's gonna be sent here tomorrow.
Piper: Well, I hope I don't blow him up.
Leo Wyatt: Piper, you can't blow up a whitelighter.
Phoebe: Why not? She blows you up all the time.
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Only once, thankfully
15 July 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

There were lots of things going for that plot. The dialog is not bad, some of the jokes are even quite good (Paige still has problems with her orbing powers), the situation offers a very interesting parallel with Leo's, and it's nice to see other Whitelighters for a change (especially since those two are annoying, so you don't really feel sorry when they're attacked).

But there are several huge problems with the whole episode, mainly a) that interesting parallel ? nobody ever mentions it, b) the sisters don't look the least embarrassed at having mauled or potentially killed people, they even joke about it, and c) the only explanation we'll ever get concerning their transformation is "oh, it is a rare phenomenon, so it is bound to be terribly bad... but since it doesn't last, we'll talk about it next time". I was left blinking at that one, since that is totally NOT the sister's usual philosophy. And to crown it all, those beasts are the worst FX ever.


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