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Valhalley of the Dolls: Part 1 

Piper seems strangely unaffected by Leo's disappearance, so Paige casts a spell which backfires causing her to lose her memory. Phoebe discovers she is gaining the power of empathy and ... See full summary »

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Piper seems strangely unaffected by Leo's disappearance, so Paige casts a spell which backfires causing her to lose her memory. Phoebe discovers she is gaining the power of empathy and Chris gives the sisters Valkyrie pendants so they can go into Valhalla (warrior heaven). Written by RJDL

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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28 September 2003 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the movie Valley of the Dolls (1967). See more »

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Right after Piper's memory gets erased, she recognizes herself in her wedding photo and looks confused. Piper, however, would not recognize herself because she has no idea who she is or what she looks like, and hasn't had enough time to look into a mirror. See more »

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Phoebe Halliwell: No. Because Piper doesn't complain about anything anymore. Ever since Leo left to become an Elder, all she does is walk around the house all... chipper.
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References Valley of the Dolls (1967) See more »

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You Are My Number One
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Written by Neil Diamond
Performed by Smash Mouth
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"Come to me, my noble Whitelighter !"
29 June 2008 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I am aware that few people will get my summary title, but I couldn't let that pass. This season beginning is everything that could be expected after the big changes that took place last season. Just one thing though: did the scriptwriters get the Dictionary of Ancient Myths for their birthday? After Ancient Greece, we now enjoy a trip to Nordic Valhalla, with assorted Valkyries!

As for the characters, this episode lays the foundation for some serious development, although things are a bit slow to build. Phoebe has acquired a new power and a stunning haircut, Paige has a job (sort of) and possibly the worst hair colour ever, Chris is integrating nicely to the team despite his hidden agenda, and Piper... well, just seeing her grin once is enough to convince you that something is wrong with her. The problem is, it could, and will, be worse. Soon. As a matter of fact, I preferred chipper Piper, she was a nice change from her constant tearful state. How many times has she gone catatonic already, anyway ? Granted, she has reasons, but it is nice to see her smile from time to time. Then you have Leo, who has clearly spent a lousy summer... and poor Daryl, who proves that while he might not be *willing* to die for the sisters, he wouldn't complain too much about it either.


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