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The Wedding from Hell 

Piper discovers a man who is being forced by evil beings to marry against his will, leading to a fight with a demonic wedding party.

Director:

Robert Ginty (as R.W. Ginty)

Writers:

Constance M. Burge (created by), Greg Elliot | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shannen Doherty ... Prue Halliwell
Holly Marie Combs ... Piper Halliwell
Alyssa Milano ... Phoebe Halliwell
Ted King ... Inspector Andy Trudeau (as T.W. King)
Dorian Gregory ... Darryl Morris
Sarah Peterson ... Jade D'Mon / Hecate (as Sara Rose Peterson)
Barbara Stock ... Mrs. Grace Spencer
Deena-Marie Deeny Dakota Consiglio Deena-Marie Deeny Dakota Consiglio ... Kirsten (as Deeny Consiglio)
Neil Roberts ... Rex Buckland
Christie Lynn Smith ... Allison Michaels
Leigh-Allyn Baker ... Hannah Webster
Todd Cattell ... Elliot Spencer
Jeffrey Hutchinson ... Father Trask
David Moreland ... Butler
James Geralden James Geralden ... Justice of the Peace
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Storyline

A demonic bride-to-be, Jade D'Mon, suddenly replaces a human bride, Alison Michaels, a week before her wedding, by having a magical contractual 'hold' over the grooms' mother, Grace Spencer, as well as by casting a spell over the groom, Elliot Spencer. The Halliwell sisters gradually discover the strange events about the wedding, as Piper is catering the event. Alison and the sisters formulate a plan to stop the demonic wedding. Grace helps Alison and the Halliwell sisters, resulting in the defeat of Jade and the reconciliation of Alison and Elliot.

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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On the atheme, it states in Latin "I shall not rest until the demon is vanquished" See more »

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In a well-organised, high-class marriage with hundreds of guests, the bride is secretly replaced, just before the marriage, with another woman who looks completely different, and nobody dares to ask why, not even the "legitimate" bride's relatives (who never appear). Meanwhile, a man is killed in mysterious circumstances, and there is clear incriminating evidence pointing to some people involved in the marriage, but the police doesn't arrest nor question anybody: on the contrary, at the end Andy is probably satisfied with the unidentified murderer and her accomplices mysteriously disappearing into thin air! A handful of people disappeared, but no questions are asked. Before that, by the way, a demon interrupts a public ceremony (with hundreds of guests) by casting a terrifying spell, and nobody goes to the police crying and shouting for help, nobody calls a journalist, nothing: they simply drop it, and go home. No search by warrant is carried out in the villa, which would find clear evidence of a fight in the cellar. No further investigation is carried out in the security camera footage, which would probably show unbelievable things that would change the perception of the world as we know it. See more »

Quotes

Prue Halliwell: She's a demon. She comes to earth every two hundred years. She has to find an innocent, put him under her spell, and marry him in a sanctified wedding.
Phoebe: That doesn't sound any different than most of the single women in this city.
Prue Halliwell: She needs Elliot to impregnate her. That way her child would look normal on the outside but internally and mentally, her child would be pure demon.
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References Touched by an Angel (1994) See more »

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Evidence
Written by Tara MacLean
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True Love Conquers All
13 January 2007 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

A couple of days before the wedding of Elliot Spencer and Allison Michaels, his mother Mrs. Grace Spencer is unexpectedly visited by her old acquaintance Hannah Webster and Jade D'Mon, who put a spell on Elliot to marry Jade, actually the demon Hecate, with the intention to get pregnant and have an offspring. Piper is hired to cater the wedding, while Phoebe has a premonition of the birth of a demon baby. When a priest is murdered in the mansion with an ancient dagger, Prue discloses the mystery and together with her sisters, they decide to help Allison and destroy the demon.

"The Wedding from Hell" is a good episode with a weak conclusion, since nobody including Andy question what happened with the ceremony and mostly with Jade. Anyway, the situations with the nice trio of lead actresses make this show worthwhile. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Um Casamento dos Infernos" ("A Wedding from Hells")


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 1998 (USA) See more »

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