The Charmings: Season 2, Episode 11

The Charmings Get Robbed (7 Jan. 1988)

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After two teen crooks rob the Charmings', a Eric over-zealously protects their home. Meanwhile, Lillian tries to track down the family's stolen possessions, but finds it difficult, having ... See full summary »

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Eric Charming
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Cork Hubbert ...
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Cory Charming (as Garette Ratliff)
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Dori Brenner ...
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Zero Hubbard ...
Youth
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Al (as Bill Jacoby)
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Petey (as Sean Faro)
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After two teen crooks rob the Charmings', a Eric over-zealously protects their home. Meanwhile, Lillian tries to track down the family's stolen possessions, but finds it difficult, having lost her spell-book and beloved Magic Mirror in the robbery. Written by Anonymous

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