Charmed (1998–2006)
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Forever Charmed 

Piper, with the help of Coop, must travel back in time to change the events that lead to the deaths of her sisters.

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Despite Leo's return, Piper can't accept her sisters' death and borrows Coop's ring to travel back in time to prevent the fight. She lands when mother Patty was still alive, but takes her advise to cheat at constituting the power of three with a third generation, grandma Penny. Dumain meanwhile gets Billie to do her own time traveling to save Christie and the Triad. After the battle is undone, adult Christopher and Wyatt arrive to demand the charmed ones' help to save their future with even more confusing time travel. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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21 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The final shot of the show (the camera panning away from the manor) is actually recycled from the fourth season finale Charmed: Witch Way Now? (2002) . However, the Angel of Destiny has been removed and the shot's lighting has been edited. Due to extensive budget cuts the crew had to film everything in studio, making an exterior shot impossible. See more »

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Patty says she is from 1975, and it seems like Phoebe has just been conceived. In "Pardon my Past", Phoebes birthday is given on the family tree as being 11/02/1975. People could interpret this date as 11 Feb 1975, and therefore, they may claim that Paty's statement is wrong. However, the date actually means Nov 02 1975. So Patty saying she's from 1975 is correct, since Phoebe was conceived in that same year. See more »

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Paige Matthews: referring to Patty being dead: Does she know?
Penny "Grams" Halliwell: Yes, yes. We know. We're both dead by now. We're over it.
Patty Halliwell: Speak for yourself.
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Performed by Yellowcard
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A proper goodbye
7 June 2006 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The final episode of Charmed was indeed spectacularly simple, drawing to a close all the things fans had always anticipated. It drew together so many "forgotten" elements that had been dismissed in the past, such as telling Patty about Prue's death, which had always been cautiously neglected in past episodes. Even references were (perhaps unintentionally) made to season three when Prue, Piper and Phoebe travelled back in time to the colonial period. At the time, Phoebe was blissfully unaware of Cole's demonic side and asked a fortune teller to reveal the letter of her true love. It was, of course, C and I was impressed that Phoebe ended up marrying Coop, which meant a nice line of continuation. I admit that I did cry, especially at the end when the photos on the wall were scanned over. I thought that Holly Coombs did an amazing job of conveying her desperation not to lose her sisters ever again and her overall acting was incredible. It was also nice of Drew Fuller to make another appearance as the sexy Chris. I was pleasantly devastated by the final episode of Charmed but I felt it was a fitting tribute to all the hard work Alyssa, Holly and Rose have put in over the last few years. It would have been nice for Shannon Doherty to make an appearance as Prue but, of course, that was wishful thinking on my part. However, it must be said that the episode was utterly fantastic and was a fitting goodbye to a show so many people will allow to live on all over the world.


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