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Pardon My Past 

Phoebe is faced with the dark past of her previous life when it comes back to haunt her.

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Dan Gordon
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Anton
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Adult Christina Larson
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Young Christina Larson
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Phoebe is attacked by some invisible force, and Leo advises that it might be some signal from her past life. Phoebe casts a spell to live her former life, and she discloses that she was evil. Her boyfriend Anton was a warlock that wanted to kill her cousins and good witches Prue and Piper to steal their powers. Phoebe finds also that she used an amulet to protect herself against her cousins. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

The Family Tree shows that Phoebe was born November 2nd, 1975 which fits with the line, "Mom's barely even pregnant with me" from 1.17 "That '70s Episode" when the original Charmed Ones travel to March 25th, 1975 to stop Nicholas. See more »

Goofs

The date of birth given for Phoebe in episode does not work out with the time lines in "That '70's Episode" and "Forever Charmed". See more »

Quotes

Piper Halliwell: I'm getting a migraine.
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Connections

References Pardon My Past (1945) See more »

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Can't Stand It
Written by Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
Performed by Wilco
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Darkness in the foreground
8 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

So to me ( even though I have yet to see season 3 ) was a precursor for the Cole/Phoebe storyline. It was so intriguing to see how her dark side was, and when she and Anton joined hands and sat there looking at the sisters I got a sense of other old school villain teams. I also enjoyed how we went to the 1920's and saw the clothes and heard the music. So far the season has picked up from it's stagnant beginning, with Prue quitting Buckland's and the club picking up business. Phoebe has really gone through some transformations this season. I gotta say the sisters powers in their past life were very awesome. Prue breathing ice, Phoebe casting fire, it was all so very entertaining to watch.


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