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The Power of Three Blondes 

When three evil sisters magically steal the Charmed Ones' identities and powers, Piper, Phoebe and Paige must convince Chris that they are the real Charmed Ones in order to get their lives ... See full summary »

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Mitzy Stillman
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When three evil sisters magically steal the Charmed Ones' identities and powers, Piper, Phoebe and Paige must convince Chris that they are the real Charmed Ones in order to get their lives back. Meanwhile, Piper realizes that Wyatt needs time with Leo, who continues on his quest to find out who put him on the Island of Valhalla. Written by Arturo Domínguez

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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12 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The three blonde sister witches have the surname of Spellman until it was pointed out that it was also the last name of Melissa Joan Hart's character on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996) (1996), so it was changed to Stillman. See more »

Goofs

Phoebe is unable to touch the book of shadows after the three blonde witches cast their identity theft spell. The spell made the charmed ones "nobody", but they should still be able to touch the book because the book only rejects evil, and the girls are still good. Cole and Paige's friend Glen are just two examples of other non-witches that have held the book of shadows. See more »

Quotes

Mabel Stillman: That's because we aren't witches anymore. We got their powers.
Margo Stillman: Uh, excuse me. You got their powers... I got a big fat nothing... as usual.
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Featured in Charmed: Generation Hex (2006) See more »

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24 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The power of three blondes is the worst episode Brad Kern ever produced in my opinion and I'm surprised he allowed his stamp on. I guess he wanted to do an attempt at comedy here, but the chances he had to do so passed making it feel disjointed and ruff around the edges. Jenny McCarthy can act yet this is the stereotype valley girl she should avoid since it could easily over shadow her character. Poor Leo and Chris feel forced into this script that I rather they hadn't even shown up on the set.

The only part that's even enjoyable should've been the Gremlins bringing life and fun to a bland script. In fact I would've loved it more had It centered sole around the little dudes about their origin and what they are capable of based on legend.


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