Charmed: Season 2, Episode 7

They're Everywhere (18 Nov. 1999)

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Phoebe has a premonition that Collectors, a demon type which can suck a brain empty (which kills), are after a patient in the hospital where she helps out, and his cute son, Eric, who just ... See full summary »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Eric Bragg
Collector #1 / Dr. Stone
Edouard Saad ...
Collector #2 (as Eddy Saad)
Ben Bragg
Museum Tour Guide
Jack Sheridan / Jeff Sheridan


Phoebe has a premonition that Collectors, a demon type which can suck a brain empty (which kills), are after a patient in the hospital where she helps out, and his cute son, Eric, who just finished deciphering the clue to the Akashic records, which contain ultimate knowledge. As they don't know yet warlocks don't bleed till Phoebe tells them, Prue and Piper cast a spell to read peoples minds, and thus find out that Dan is pure of heart, but Jack has nasty, violent ideas, while in fact... Written by KGF Vissers

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The Akashic Records, described by clairvoyant Edgar Cayce and others, are the mythical "Book of Life" a storehouse of information about every individual who's ever lived since the dawn of creation. See more »


When Phoebe dismounts and remounts Eric, he is parallel with the kitchen door (like he could stand right up and walk through it). When Prue and Piper walk past, he is lying diagonally between the table and counter. See more »


Collector #1: [after being frozen by Piper and beaten up by Phoebe] Eric will be harder to get, now... he's being protected by a time-freezing witch.
Collector #2: And Bruce Lee's little sister.
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Are They Warlocks?
8 February 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In a museum in San Francisco, the young Eric Bragg discloses the code in an ancient board found in the Iraq desert to find the Akashic Records, where the ultimate knowledge including the capability to see the future is recorded. He goes to the local hospital to tell his father, who is coma for several weeks. Coincidently Phoebe is working as a volunteer in the hospital and she has a premonition with a demon sucking Eric's brain with his finger. Meanwhile, Prue and Piper suspect that Jack Sheridan and Dan Gordon are warlocks and they cast a spell that makes them capable of hearing other people's minds. Phoebe discloses that the demons that are chasing Eric are called Collectors and the Halliwell sisters decide to protect Eric to avoid that the demons get the powerful knowledge and jeopardize mankind.

"They're Everywhere" is funny, regarding the ability of Prue and Piper of listening to others people's minds and the resolution of the show is very reasonable. However, Eric should never have the right of destroying the ancient relic in the museum without any further consequence. Who is he to decide what is good or bad for the mankind? This part of the episode shows a total lack of respect with culture and is simply ridiculous and offensive. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Eles Estão em Toda Parte" ("They Are Everywhere")

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