Corrected entry: In "From Fear to Eternity", it is established that Barbas can only appear every 1300 years for 24 hours, but because he became such a popular character, he reappeared in five subsequent episodes, the majority of which took place within a year of each other.
Correction: In the first episode with Barbas he was freed from the curse that only allowed him to appear every 1300 years, which is why he was able to show up frequently afterwards.
Corrected entry: In the episode "P3 H20" we learn that Patty died because of the Water Demon, which is why Prue is afraid of water. However in this episode we are told that Patty was killed by the Sea Hag, and that's why Piper develops her demon fear upon becoming pregnant.
Correction: Paige actually mentions the water demon. Saying that the Sea Hag reminds her of it and that it kills in a fascinating way. That is when Piper states that she knows about the water demon because it killed their mother.
Corrected entry: In this episode the Charmed Ones are able to be frozen by the Stillman sisters, who have stolen their power using the same spell as Aunt Gail in 2-17. However in 2-17, Kryto, who has the powers of the Charmed Ones, was unable to freeze them.
Correction: In The Power of Three Blondes, the Stillman sisters not only steal their powers, but their identity as people and witches as well, basically making it so the Halliwells are no longer witches at all. This would allow for the freezing to work when it didn't before.
Corrected entry: In this episode, Phoebe has a sprained ankle from fighting a demon. Surely as it was an injury caused by fighting evil (as stated in an earlier episode, Leo can only heal injuries caused by witch related activities), Leo should have been able to heal it?
Correction: Phoebe doesn't need a witch power to suffer from a sprained ankle, whether it's because of a demon or not. A sprained ankle happens to a lot of normal people, hence Leo's reason not to heal it.
Corrected entry: Phoebe, as an empath, senses Chris' love for Bianca when he's passed out. But in "Loves a Witch", Chris drinks an empath blocking potion so that Phoebe can't sense his emotions. Even earlier on in this episode, Leo asks if she can sense anything from Chris and she replies, "From Chris? No, I can never sense anything from him." So how could she have sensed his emotions at that moment?
Correction: Chris' future fiancee had drained his powers, he was in a unconscious dying state, this could have counteracted the potion, if you take into consideration how strong Pheobe's powers are as a charmed one.
Corrected entry: When Cole drinks the power stripping potion, his powers go to Barbas, but in season 4's "Black as Cole," when Cole is hit with the power stripping potion, his powers just disappear, no one gets them.
Correction: We are talking about completely different powers that act in completely different ways - it's not the same as stripping his demon half from his human half.
Corrected entry: When talking about going back to vanquish the hive king, Piper says, "What if this is the demon that gets to Wyatt?" But in the previous episode, Chris came forth and said that there never was a demon that attacked Wyatt, it was Wyatt himself that became evil.
Correction: He never implied that Wyatt became evil under his own steam - something still had to influence him.
Corrected entry: Chris is very angry with Leo for never being there for him in the future because he was always working, being an Elder. But it was Chris' fault he even became an Elder.
Correction: Only in that universe where Chris went back in time - if Chris had never gone back in time, then Leo would have apparently found his own way to becoming an Elder and not have been there for Chris.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Darryl, Phoebe and the Seer are standing just outside the mental institution where they find Inspector Sheridan, Darryl asks the Seer if "Amy" would like the earrings the Seer suggests he gets for his wife, but Darryl's wife is named Sheila.
Correction: No Amy is ever mentioned. Phoebe: Actually, she brought me. Seer: Go easy on him. His wife's had him sleeping on the couch all week. Darryl: How does she know that? Phoebe: Seer. Get it? She sees things. She's perfectly harmless and actually very good at what she does. I can't hold a candle to her. Seer: Oh, that's so sweet, and so not true. (to Darryl) And don't worry. She'll get over it. Just bring her some of that marzipan that she likes.
Corrected entry: Although the actress has changed, Piper's doctor appears to be the same character as Eva, the shuvani, Paige even says 'we saved her shuvani tribe'. But throughout this episode they call her Eve. And she isn't a different tribe member because Paige tells Piper she already knows of their power, and Eva is the only one who knew from her tribe.
Correction: Ava was the doctor whose clan they helped by vanquishing Orin in the "The Eyes Have It". Later on in the episode "Centennial Charmed" Eve is helping Piper prepare for Wyatt, and Paige almost orbs in front of her by accident while sneezing. They send Eve out of the room to find some ingredients after she suggests an old Gypsy remedy to stop the sneezing, and Phoebe says "it's a good thing Eve didn't see that." Paige doesn't see the big deal, because she belonged to the same gypsy clan as Ava, and says "You'd think she'd be fine with it". Phoebe says "it's one thing to know, it's another thing to actually see it." Eve and Ava are two totally different people. They look similar and they both belong to the Nicolae Gypsy Clan, but that's it. Eve knows they helped save her clan somehow, but has never seen, and may not even know about their powers.
Corrected entry: In episode 1-3, "Thank you for not morphing", Victor mentions that he wasn't sure that his daughters would be witches - only that there was a possibility. However, this episode indicates that Victor did know about his daughters' powers before he left the family.
Correction: Wasn't it proven that Victor was lying to the sisters in the "Thank you for Not Morphing" episode when he said the didn't know about their powers? He is constantly lying to them in the "Thank you for Not Morphing" episode. When the sisters went back in time in the Nicolas episode, the girls still had their powers and that was after Victor had already left, so he had to know about them.
Corrected entry: When Paige rearranges the kitchen Piper asks what was wrong with the old system that had worked for the last five years. But when Piper became a neat freak in episode 5-13, 'House Call', she alphabetised all the ingredients in the kitchen, which was not five years before.
Correction: When Piper was referring to the old system, she was talking about the disorderly system that they had before. Not the alphabetized system, which they probably abandoned after the spell wore off in House's Call.
Corrected entry: Why did Phoebe have to write a spell to vanquish the warlock in this episode? When they have vanquished warlocks before they used the power of three spell, "the power of three will set us free".
Correction: Spells work best when written to deal with a specific demon or type of demon. There are many demons who they write spells for, and others they simply use what worked for their ancestors who then wrote the spell in the Book of Shadows.
Corrected entry: The seer tells Cole that his son will be a force of good magic unless he marries Phoebe in a dark ceremony, but in 4-1 "Charmed Again" Cole and Leo tell them about the 48hr window where a new witch gets to choose whether they are good or evil.
Correction: The seer was predicting the future of the child they would have if the dark wedding was not performed. Since the child would be raised as a witch, without the dark ceremony, the 48 hour window relating to a witch just finding out about their powers would not apply.
Corrected entry: There are many references in this episode to Phoebe using a power-stripping potion on Cole. But it wasn't Phoebe who used the potion on Cole; it was Emma, the fiancée of one of his victims.
Correction: Since Phoebe tricked Emma into using the power-stripping potion on Cole by allowing her to think it was a potion to vanquish him, it can be accurately stated that Phoebe was the one who stripped Cole of his powers.
Corrected entry: When someone dies, the sisters can see their spirit, but when Prue died you couldn't see her spirit.
Correction: This was explained by Grams that Prue was busy, in other words she is letting the living sisters move on with their life and Prue is getting use to being dead.
Corrected entry: Paige realises at the end that time went on in her own dimension at the same time as it went on in the alternate reality, and Piper calmly comments "Oh there you are. We were wondering" or words to that effect. Paige had been gone over a day and Leo wouldn't have been able to sense her across dimensions. Weren't Phoebe or Piper the least bit worried about her?
Correction: At this time Paige is wanting space from the sisters so there was no reason for them or Leo to look for her. It was like that when Paige and Phoebe moved out - they did not see each other every day.
Corrected entry: After Cole tells Leo, Piper and Phoebe the source has surfaced, Piper asks Leo if he can "sense Paige". Leo replies, saying no, "she's too new". But aren't white lighters meant to help witches who are just coming into their powers, which is exactly what Paige is doing?
Correction: It is also stated through out the entire show in various episodes that if a white lighter hasn't formed a bond with his new charge they can't sense them. For example when Leo first came around the charmed ones it was to get to know them and form that bond. This also occurs with Paige's new charges.
Corrected entry: When the sisters visit the vampire queen to make a deal, Piper blows up several of the vampires in their bat form. But in season 4's "Bite Me," the book of shadows says vampires are immune to witches' powers.
Correction: The Book of Shadows states that vampires are immune to witches' powers while in vampire/human form but are able to be destroyed in their bat form, which happens in both season's 4 & season 7's episodes.
Corrected entry: When Piper answers the cordless phone in the kitchen, there is a closeup of the phone ringing on its base. The phone and base unit are both white, but when the camera angle changes to show Piper answering the phone, the handset she holds to her ear has now changed to black.
Correction: The phone and base are both black - the answering machine next to it is white.