Prue is attacked by a warlock from the past, but Phoebe calls on an ancestor to help protect the sisters, and Piper works up her courage to ask Leo out.

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Inspector Andy Trudeau (as T.W. King)
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Matthew Tate
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Storyline

A warlock from the past is released from his curse and tries to steal the sisters' powers with the help of Rex and Hannah, but the sisters resurrect their ancestor to combat him. Meanwhile, Piper works up her courage to ask Leo out and Andy gets frustrated by Prue's continued involvement with bizarre police investigations. Written by Arturo Domínguez

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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16 December 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The first time that a warlock exhibits the power of blinking or instantly teleporting between places. See more »

Goofs

Prue gets away from Andy by setting off the driver's airbag, trapping him in the car. In reality, airbags inflate and then deflate in a fraction of a second. See more »

Quotes

Phoebe Halliwell: You've never asked a guy out before?
Piper Halliwell: Not on a real date, no.
Phoebe Halliwell: I don't understand. Am I the only person in this family who's inherited the take a chance gene?
Piper Halliwell: Probably, 'cause if I remember my biology correctly, it's attached to the "Can't Mind My Own Business" gene.
Phoebe Halliwell: Oh. Go.
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In the Air Tonight
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Written by Phil Collins
Performed by Holly McNarland
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9 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The witch is back works on many levels from digging into the mythology, utilizing a great story line and featuring one of the best vanquishes you have to see to believe. Taylor Layton is a great actress with a fresh face and old worldly charm. Her smile could light up a room and her voice is music to my ears. I could but her character being from the past and installing forgotten wisdom onto the witches.

Billy Wirth was sexy, seductive and dangerous with a great connection to the over all story arch. His portrayal seemed ancient, serious and very threatening. His interactions with the girls was always random, used to the fullest while displaying his deadly nature to perfection. While his plan seemed a little shallow and repetitive his character arch made it into a grand scheme only an evil genius could formulate.

Its one of my favorites that I look forward to on each re watch and I always pick up something new each time. That's what great story telling does when your heart and soul is in it.


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