When a young boy gets kidnapped by a Grimlock, it's up to Prue, Piper and Phoebe to attempt a dangerous rescue.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Inspector Andy Trudeau (as T.W. King)
Eric Lohman
Brent Miller
Michael O'Connor ...
Jerry Cartwright
Lucy Rodriguez ...
Housekeeper Lucy


When Prue witnesses a kidnapping in the park, a reporter sees her using her powers. Phoebe and Piper attempt to learn more about the demons who stole the child and stop the reporter from exposing Prue. Meanwhile, Andy finally learns about Prue's powers. Written by Arturo Domínguez

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery


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Release Date:

5 May 1999 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The full expression used in the title is "out of sight, out of mind." See more »


When Phoebe throws the potion, it appears that she's uses half of it to vanquish the Grimlock. When we see her carrying the jar in the next scene it's back to being completely full. See more »


Josh: This is important. It could affect the rest of my life.
Piper Halliwell: Well, not if we take precautions.
Josh: What?
Piper Halliwell: I'm not saying I'm ready for that. In fact I'm not ready for that. But when I am ready for that, I'm just saying I will be taking precautions.
Josh: Piper, what are you talking about?
Piper Halliwell: Uh, having... sex. You're not talking about that, are you?
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References Out of Sight (1998) See more »


Hermes Bird
Written by Cinjun Tate, Shelby Tate, Jeffrey Cain Thompson ', 'Cedric LeMoyne' and Gregory Slay
Performed by Remy Zero
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Eye Witness
9 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of sight shaped up to be an exciting episode full of energy and expanding the universe. Yet I found it a little full and boring.

I love the look of the grimlocks and appreciate the attempt to raise the attempt to raise the stakes with a reporter who watches their every move. But what took it down a few notches as it takes forever to get going and overloaded with drama it doesn't allow any fun. The grimlocks feel underused and their motives feel confusing. The reporter comes off a dirt bag with no redeeming qualities and causing trouble for the heck of it.

Another issue is they are helping a friend we do really know and thus it robs the scene of any real emotional punches or suspense. The music seems recycled and confirms my suspicions no thought was really put into the project. The idea could've worked later down the road and with a few tweaks have been one of the best episodes yet falls flat here. Even the side story seems bland and uninteresting.

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