Charmed: Season 6, Episode 7

Soul Survivor (2 Nov. 2003)

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Paige's new boss is killed by a demon right in front of her. When she investigates, she discovers that he had sold his soul to the demon who killed him. She wants to save him, but Piper and... See full summary »



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Paige's new boss is killed by a demon right in front of her. When she investigates, she discovers that he had sold his soul to the demon who killed him. She wants to save him, but Piper and Phoebe council her to mind her own business. Finally, she makes a desperate attempt to rescue his soul from eternal damnation... Written by Dina Felice

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Of Fate and Faust
10 July 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Another entertaining episode, although we'd like the main arc to kick in now. Once again, this episode focuses heavily on Paige, her latest temp job and her new boyfriend. The Faustian Deal part of the episode is rather well done, and it seems logical that a demonic soul market would develop. I always like it when the series shows the pragmatic consequences of magic. And even though Paige is very reckless and inconsiderate here, her "innocent" is nice enough that Paige's decision to save him is understandable... especially since she now sees her temp jobs as Missions. Btw, the topic of fate and karma vs luck and random events will be explored again later. And I particularly like the fact that the so-called "lowel-level demon" hasn't been one for years : clearly someone hasn't updated the Book of Shadows !

Phoebe's confrontation with Mr Spencer-the-Turkey is also very interesting. Last time, she had transformed him while under the influence of a spell, but she now does it again quite knowingly, which hints at her future problems. Meanwhile, Wyatt has developed a rather funny scheme to prevent his mother from dating other men. How typical. Finally, Leo and Chris are once again thrown together despite their mutual dislike. Some good scenes there, and Chris's decision to save Leo takes a brand new significance once you know a bit more about him.

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