Prue tries to save a man trapped inside a painting only to get trapped herself. Piper ends up inside the painting, too, and the two sisters begin to realize the man may not be as innocent as he claims. Meanwhile, Phoebe is suffering from an inferiority complex because she doesn't have a college degree, so she casts a "smart spell" on herself. But in the end Phoebe's street smarts end up saving the day. Written by
Did You Know?
The painted desert is a plateau region in Arizona, and is also an allusion to a painting, a work of art and how to describe the different world shown in it. See more
Prue says that "Absolvo amitto, amplus brevis: semper mea" means "To free what is lost, say these words: mine forever".
But a literal translation would be: I release I dismiss, ample brief: always mine. See more
She's a walking brain-trust, an Einstein with cleavage.
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