Charmed (1998–2006)
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Charmed Again: Part 2 

The Source possesses the body of Paige Matthews's boyfriend to seduce her to the evil side. Meanwhile Paige acknowledges her power with the support of Phoebe and Piper. Inspector Cortez ... See full summary »


Mel Damski


Constance M. Burge (created by), Brad Kern | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alyssa Milano ... Phoebe Halliwell
Rose McGowan ... Paige Matthews
Holly Marie Combs ... Piper Halliwell
Brian Krause ... Leo Wyatt
Julian McMahon ... Cole Turner
Dorian Gregory ... Darryl Morris
Finola Hughes ... Patty Halliwell
Jordan Bridges ... Shane
Yancey Arias ... Inspector Cortez
Krista Allen ... The Oracle
Bennet Guillory ... The Source (as Ben Guillory)
Wendy Phillips ... Sister Agnes
Michael Bailey Smith ... Belthazor
David Reivers ... Bob Cowan
Tish Daniels Tish Daniels ... Receptionist


The Source possesses the body of Paige Matthews's boyfriend to seduce her to the evil side. Meanwhile Paige acknowledges her power with the support of Phoebe and Piper. Inspector Cortez puts the Halliwell sisters under surveillance, and Darryl, Cole and Leo are not able to convince him that the sisters are the "good girls". Paige helps Leo to save Cole with her whitelighter ability. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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nun | shower | wiccan | See All (3) »


Drama | Fantasy | Mystery


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Release Date:

4 October 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Piper is shown to have a new car in this episode. See more »


Paige uses the power to heal on Cole after only being aware of her powers as a witch and whitelighter for one day. She seemingly forgets how easily she could access this power, because she doesn't use it again for many episodes. In the season 6 premiere Valhalley of the Dolls, she even admits out loud that she can't heal, explaining that it is difficult because she is only half whitelighter. See more »


Paige Matthews: They? My mother and my father?
Sister Agnes: They came in a swirl of bright white lights just like angels!
Paige Matthews: White lights. What do you mean?
Sister Agnes: Well, that's how they appeared, with you in their arms! I was stunned. I didn't know what to think. They said that you were in great danger, that they had no other choice but to give you up, to protect you.
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How Soon Is Now?
Written by Johnny Marr and Morrissey
Performed by The Smiths
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A new team is formed
30 May 2008 | by owlaurenceSee all my reviews

I loved Prue, so I was very disappointed when she left -and through the small door at that-, but the new season begins in a great way. As often, there are two different plots. The main one, in which Paige must choose which side she will fight for, is rather predictable, although it has good moments. The other one deals with the new inspector's hostility towards Piper and Phoebe. At first, it sounds awfully overdone(at this stage, we've seen the "meddlesome cop" storyline about 3 or 4 times), but its treatment allows for some really good scenes, and I like its silent but meaningful conclusion.

Now, interestingly enough, the best part of the first two episodes is not about the sisters, it's about their men. Cole and Leo working together is hilarious. For a demon and an angel, they seem to get along just fine, even though their ways of dealing with problems are... rather incompatible.

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