Charmed: Season 6, Episode 4

The Power of Three Blondes (12 Oct. 2003)

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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 ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mitzy Stillman
Margo Stillman
Rebecca Balding ...
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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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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 »


Mitzy Stillman: I don't want to be them... I want to be bad.
Margo Stillman: Me too... bad's better!
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Featured in Charmed: Generation Hex (2006) See more »

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They've taken identity theft to a new level
8 August 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

The episode doesn't particularly stand out, even though it creates an interesting situation, with evil witches who, instead of destroying the sisters, decide to BE them... and succeed. The whole comedy rests on the fact that the Stillman sisters are written as caricatures : they're evil, stupid, superficial bimbos who are way too fond of sex, slutty clothes, money and themselves. The problem, though, is that they don't do anything beyond impersonate the Halliwells, so the plot is more or less limited to the caricature. Heavy comedy may be entertaining but it doesn't hold interest for long.

Nevertheless, the fake sisters actually get the real ones to reconsider their present situations. Paige keeps complaining about having to help people with magic, but her fake alter ego, by trying to stain her image, actually helps all the workers more than she ever did. As for Phoebe, having to tidy up after Mitzy forces her to articulate her confusion about her complicated office romance. And by foisting Wyatt on Leo, Mabel helps Piper realise that she can't let her status as a single mother keep her from getting a life of her own -or keep Leo from his own son. (By the way, Wyatt and Leo are so cute together !). Anyway, by next episode, Piper will be dating again -trying to, at least.

And of course the conclusion of the episode is brilliant : Chris may be busted with Leo, but he also gets a "get out of jail" card because after all, he has saved the day. The scene where he splits the fake sisters apart is great. And knowing Chris's big secret, I think that kissing Mitzy must have taken him a great leap of faith (or rather, a leap of disbelief). Actually, the first time I watched season 6, I kept wondering how a normal 22-year-old guy (who clearly hadn't sworn an oath of chastity) could live in the same house with three beautiful and powerful women without being the least attracted to them. Now, in retrospect, I have to laugh at the panicked look on his face when Margo and Mitzy start coming on to him. And just imagine the confusion if Mabel (as Piper) had done the same !

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