Charmed (1998–2006)
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Witches in Tights 

The Charmed Ones are turned into superheroes by a student who can bring his drawings to life.

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Phoebe Halliwell
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Leo Wyatt
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Cole Turner
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Arnon (as Mark A. Sheppard)
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Ed Miller
Tinsley Grimes ...
Phoebe's Assistant
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Dave (as Craig Young)
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Kaz
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Security Guard
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Jeannie Epper ...
Elderly Woman
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The Charmed Ones are turned into superheroes by a student who can bring his drawings to life.

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superhero | wiccan | See All (2) »

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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While talking about comic books, Paige and Phoebe discuss who will do what but ignore Piper. To this Piper says "Who am I, the invisible Woman??" This refers to The Invisible Woman from Marvel's "The Fantastic Four" See more »

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Paige Matthews: Head rush... Let's do it again!
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References Wonder Woman (1975) See more »

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How Soon Is Now?
Written by Johnny Marr and Morrissey
Performed by The Smiths
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Who was that masked woman
21 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

Witches in rights isn't my favorite theme they explore as superhero angle doesn't mix with Wicca. The stunts are what you expect in Captain America or Wonder woman and come off ridiculous. Also the costumes are to revealing taking away from the strong women appeal the show always aimed for and comes off trashy.

It seems they had new writers as all the girls seem out of character instead of the three dimensional charmed ones we all know and love. It wouldn't be a bad concept if they had played it silly or for laughs instead of seriously. Another problem was trying to add Cole in without really investing in his character leaving it feel forced and to put him down making the affair very depressing. If they had stuck with the main story involving Ramous, Kevin and the charmed ones being themselves it would've been one of the best episode ever produced instead of mediocre.


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