The trio assumed fairy tales are just fiction, but an evil witch knew like Leo they recall magical events and she banishes their keeper to a magic mirror so she can subject them to her black magic to attack the charmed ones, imposing modernized versions of the plots on unsuspecting people in their lives. Thus Adam, the charming paper owner Cole presented socially to employee Phoebe is forced to capture her in the pumpkin carriage using the crystal slippers. Pregnant Piper seeks help form grandma Penny 'Grams' Halliwell, who is turned into a wolf, requiring Leo's help. Paige is poisoned with snow white's apple by Huntsman, enter the dwarfs to preserve her body.
Did You Know?
When Piper starts to reads the story of Snow White, we can see the text on the left page with a giant picture of the Hunstman on the right page. The left page reads, "Once upon a time in a land far away lived a queer little queen who had to have her way. She talked to her mirrors and so jealous was she that she made yourself ugly just so she could see, a fair beauty so twisted that lived in the woods with a little midgets who out once understood that this beautiful damsel so soon would fall sleep until kissed by a stranger in that state she would keep. So they went went on the web to find her a mate because they didn't want to live with a girl in that state." The second paragraph is a repeat of the first. The third paragraph is different, but blocked by Piper's hand. Regardless, what the book says and what Piper is reading, are completely different. When we see Piper in the next scene, she appears to be reading from the right page, but as we just saw, there was no text. See more
The ruby shoes from the wizard of Oz that the keepers apprentice gives Piper have button o bow in the front. Piper arrives at the manor the shoes have straps with no button o bow in the front. See more
What, you think Cole's gonna try and kill us? That would not be the best way to win you back.
Yeah, but it wouldn't be the first time he tried.
How Soon is Now?
(opening credits theme)
Written by Morrissey
and Johnny Marr
Performed by Love Spit Love See more