Charmed (1998–2006)
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After Piper has doubts about the future, Paige and Phoebe conjure up "Mr. Right" as Piper's birthday present.



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Episode cast overview:
Leo Wyatt
Chris Halliwell
Darryl Morris
Mr. Right
Sheila Morris
Joseph Hodge ...
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After Piper has doubts about the future, Paige and Phoebe conjure up "Mr. Right" as Piper's birthday present.

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery


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18 January 2004 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The line "I find your lack of faith disturbing" is a reference to Star Wars: Episode IV-A New Hope See more »


There are very noticeable stand-ins used during mot of the food fight scene. See more »


Piper Halliwell: What, What's going on, who is this?
Paige Matthews: Well, uhh this is your birthday present... haha... from me, although you know Phoebe helped
Piper Halliwell: The breakfast?
Paige Matthews: Noo, the muchacho
Piper Halliwell: haha, wait, you what, you, you hired a guy for your birthday?
Phoebe Halliwell: No, we would never hire a guy for your birthday.
Paige Matthews: We MADE him... Magically
Phoebe Halliwell: uhh, you know what this is Paige's present for you, mines the surprise birthday party
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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The order
3 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Piper is about to celebrate her birthday alone when her sister conjurer up Mr. Right. Meanwhile a demonic order believes Wyatt to be their long awaited reincarnated master. The order was the best story covered as they try to find ways of kidnapping the child without his family finding out and wielding great power to switch his morality. Yet it does beg the question on if they can do such a thing why not turn the witches to have them fight for evil or being them Wyatt themselves. Another factor is how they determined he was their long awaited messiah as he's just a baby and hasn't any unusual birth marks or displayed demonic powers. It seems they should've rid the story of the boring overused relationship drama for a cool demonic cult as it leaves you yearning for more.

The David story is only there to open up her heart and stop focusing all her energy on Wyatt. Its important for the sisters to love a life outside of magic but it's been done better before and it felt like they didn't want to commit fully to the more interesting element for a cheap ploy.

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