Charmed

Charmed (1998)

160 corrected entries

Cat House - S5-E18

Corrected entry: Phoebe says to Paige that she didn't know that Kit was their familiar, that she was just some cat that kept hanging around on the porch. But they learned that Kit was their familiar in episode 3-17 'Pre-witched', and they also said that Kit is male, unlike the woman in this episode.

Correction: They did not learn that Kit was their familiar in "Pre-witched." The idea of familiars was introduced that episode, but they never explicitly stated that Kit was theirs. It may have been hinted towards the audience the way the cat always hung around them and such, but no one ever actually told the girls' that Kit was their familiar. Granted, you'd think they would've suspected it being witches and all, but since it wasn't actually stated until "Cat House" I would not consider it a plot hole/error. They did call Kit a boy though, and not just in that episode, so the fact that Kit turns into a woman when revealed as their familiar is certainly an error.

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Prue wonders where the cream is, the little container thereof slides along the table to her. Then the cream drains from the container and burbles up through her coffee. However, that's completely discontinuous with how Prue's power ever worked at any other time in the next three years. The cream should have needed to leap out of the container and into the coffee, simply traveling physically across space.

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DavidK93

Correction: Actually, Prue displays a power that is like a branch of her Telekinesis and is knows as Telematerializarion, which allows her to transport liquids through space.

halliwell8435

Show generally

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.

Cubs Fan

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.

A Witch's Tail (1) - S5-E1

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.

MeganP23

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.

The Power of Three Blondes - S6-E4

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.

Be Careful What You Witch For - S2-E22

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.

THGhost

Chris-Crossed - S6-E10

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.

Sympathy for the Demon - S5-E7

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.

wolfman1378

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.

Used Karma - S6-E13

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.

Knever

Correction: He never implied that Wyatt became evil under his own steam - something still had to influence him.

Spin City - S6-E18

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.

Witchness Protection - S7-E10

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.

Centennial Charmed - S5-E12

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.

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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.

We All Scream for Ice Cream - S3-E10

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.

DavidK93

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.

Nymphs Just Wanna Have Fun - S5-E19

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.

Muse to My Ears - S4-E9

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".

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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.

Marry-Go-Round - S4-E15

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.

brianjr0412

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.

Sympathy for the Demon - S5-E7

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.

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DavidK93

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.

All Hell Breaks Loose - S3-E22

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.

Centennial Charmed - S5-E12

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?

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Shay

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.

Charmed Again (2) - S4-E2

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.

Freaky Phoebe - S7-E19

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.

Wrestling with Demons - S3-E12

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.

jbdelatta

Correction: The phone and base are both black - the answering machine next to it is white.

Valhalley of the Dolls (1) - S6-E1

Corrected entry: At the end of the previous season Chris's hair was very short. In this episode it's several inches long, but we know its only been 2 weeks since it's stated Leo's been missing for that long.

brianjr0412

Correction: I was watching both episodes and looked back at them with this entry in mind. Chris' hair doesn't look that short at the end of season 5. It's just styled up (like spiked up), while at the beginning of season 6 it isn't styled much and just lies flat, which is why it looks different but it's just the styling.

The Honeymoon's Over - S3-E1

Corrected entry: In the courtroom when Piper freezes only the innocents, she's not able to freeze the villains when the sisters are fighting with them because she says they're immune to her power. However, in future episodes, she's able to freeze Cole - even though he wasn't an innocent in the courtroom.

Correction: Piper chose to freeze the innocents. Cole is not innocent, hence he didn't freeze, he pretended to. Piper can target who she wants to freeze therefore Cole wasn't immune to her power, he just wasn't the target of her freeze.

We All Scream for Ice Cream - S3-E10

Corrected entry: When Prue and Phoebe first enter the ice-cream van, we are told that their powers don't work in this dimension, but a few minutes later, Phoebe gets a premonition from the swingset - if their powers really didn't work, she wouldn't have been able to.

Shay

Correction: Prue's telekinesis does not work against the ice-cream man because hers is an active power; one that works outside the mind of the Witch who is using the power. Phoebe was able to get a premonition because her power was passive; it only works in her mind as she's the only one who actually sees her premonitions. Had Phoebe tried, she would not have been able to levitate whilst inside the ice-cream truck.

The Honeymoon's Over - S3-E1

Corrected entry: In the beginning, Prue and Phoebe are in the alleyway and they kill The Guardian with a sharp object to The Guardian's rune. The bad guy, Emilio, is lying unconscious on the top of the dumpster. A few scenes later, Phoebe and Prue are discussing why they should or should not help Cole prosecute, and Prue says something along the lines of, "And Emilio saw us use our powers". Since Emilio was unconscious, he could not have seen them use their powers.

Charlemagne

Correction: Prue actually used her power to throw him on top of the dumpster in the first place, so he did see her use it before he was knocked unconscious.

Show generally

Corrected entry: In 2-16 "Murphy's Luck," Leo tells the sisters that the darklighter gets his victims to commit suicide because it's the only way to prevent a future whitelighter from becoming a whightlighter. But in future episodes with darklighters, he tells the sisters that if the darklight kills their target, it will prevent them from doing all the good they are destined to do as a whitelighter.

Correction: Maggie had already done all the good she was destined to, meaning if the Darklighter was to shoot her, she would still become a whitelighter because she had already earned her wing, as they say. It's believed that the only sin that cannot be repented is suicide, so it would be the only way to damn her.

Trial by Magic - S4-E11

Corrected entry: Piper convinced Paige that they should use their powers to make Andrew confess to murder. Paige wonders why it's okay to reveal their powers to a mortal, and Piper and Leo explain to her that it's all right to use their powers on a mortal because they're trying to help an innocent. But in episode 2-19: "Ex Libris," Prue wanted to use a truth spell to force the pawnshop owner to confess to murder, and Phoebe pointed out that it is an abuse of their powers to punish the guilty.

DavidK93

Correction: There's a difference between helping the innocent and punishing the guilty. Sometimes, helping an innocent will inadvertently also punish the guilty, but the main goal for them is to stop pain and suffering happening directly to an innocent.

Knever

The Good, the Bad and the Cursed - S3-E14

Corrected entry: In "All Halliwell's Eve" the charmed ones go back to the past and don't have their powers because they wern't born yet. But when Cole and Prue go back to the Wild West, Prue keeps her powers even though she hadn't been born yet.

angel_moma21

Correction: They don't actually go to the past. They go to an alternate realm/plane where the inhabitants are forced to relive the same time and events over and over because they keep making the same 'wrong' choices.

The Wedding from Hell - S1-E6

Corrected entry: When the Charmed Ones run up to the bedroom at the end of the episode, Prue can't find the poignard as she rummages through her black purse. Elliot, who has fallen from the bed, suddenly picks up the poignard from the ground, where it is sitting next to a black purse. The way the shot is set up, it looks as if the purse has fallen there, and the poignard fell out. But since Prue is still holding the purse that the poignard was supposed to be in, and she hadn't been to that room before, the poignard's presence on the floor is completely inexplicable.

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DavidK93

Correction: The purse on the ground, despite being black, is very different from Prue's purse, it is most likely somebody else's. As for the knife, the three sisters are all shoved when the bridesmaids enter and Prue's purse falls from her. We don't see the knife falling out, but its reasonable to assume that it did so since it ended up a few feet away where Elliot was.

Knever

The Fifth Halliwell - S4-E16

Corrected entry: The Seer tells Cole about the importance of the upcoming "Harvest Moon." But this episode aired in mid-March, while the Harvest Moon is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. The full moon closest to the vernal equinox is known as the Worm Moon.

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DavidK93

Correction: Real time is not taken into account within the fiction of the show, so it doesn't matter what the actual date is when the episode aired.

Knever

Brain Drain - S4-E7

Corrected entry: Right after Piper comes out of her crazytown adventure, she comes down the stairs in completly different clothes and hairdo than she went in with.

Correction: This is not true, Piper has the same hair and same clothes.

The Wendigo - S1-E12

Corrected entry: Approximately 10 minutes into the episode, the Haliwells are in the kitchen getting breakfast. While sitting at the table, Piper is heard to say "it's not, it's fine", but her lips don't move.

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pinkwafer

Correction: The shot is moving toward her while she is saying the line. It doesn't show her face.

Thank You for Not Morphing - S1-E3

Corrected entry: After the shapeshifter turned from a mailman into Andy, Prue told him about her father returning to town. Later, the real Andy came to the house, and then after a cut, he and Prue were talking about Prue's father, Victor. Andy has known Prue since high school, and therefore knows that Victor has been gone for twenty years. And since Prue only told the shapeshifter about Victor's return, the real Andy didn't know about it. So how could he and Prue have gotten onto the subject of Victor being in San Francisco, a fact that surely would have surprised the real Andy, without Prue figuring out that Andy wasn't the one she talked to earlier that day?

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DavidK93

Correction: We only see the second half of this conversation. They could have gotten onto the topic a number of ways, without Andy questioning it.

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: In the first episode Prue uses her powers to tighten the tie around her boss' neck as she walks down the hall, but in future episodes Prue must be looking at the object she moves with her power.

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Correction: Actually in other episodes (like the one where she was kidnapped and tied to a chair in the basement) she only needed to picture it in her mind. She didn't even know she was doing it at this time.

Is There a Woogy in the House? - S1-E15

Corrected entry: In the scene where Prue's guests are about to leave for Quake there is a crew member visible at the door and opening the door and walking out.

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Stephen Edmonds 1

Correction: It is actually one of the characters in the episode walking out.

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: The newspaper which you can see Prue holding at the end of this episode (right before she 'half-blinks' to shut the door) has something written on it like yadda yadda yadda 'Doubt Fire' yadda yadda yadda. Yep, thats right, the same newspaper from Mrs Doubtfire.

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Correction: Not sure if I'm missing something but the newspaper actually says Beneath the Heading 'Gazette': 'Police Doubt Fire Was Accidental' with a photo beneath of what looks like a burning apartment building.

Season 4 generally

Corrected entry: In episode 3-13: "Bride and Gloom," Prue was married to a warlock in a dark ceremony, causing her to almost immediately become evil, and this caused her sisters and the Book of Shadows to become evil as well because all of the magic is connected. In the fourth season, Phoebe married the Source in a dark ceremony, and did eventually herself become evil (as evidenced by her ability to touch the Grimoire), but the evil did not extend to her sisters or the Book. So the mistake is twofold: Phoebe did not immediately turn evil, and her sisters and the Book never turned evil.

DavidK93

Correction: The reason evil traveled from Prue to her other sisters and to the book was because of specific magic that the dark priestess performed. The marriage in itself wasn't enough to turn them evil, it was the ritual she performed in addition to the marriage.

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: Jeremy is a warlock, but he seemingly cannot blink. In all other episodes all warlocks have the ability to blink, but Jeremy had to run all of the way to the manor. While in the episode The Witch is Back, Melinda says that a warlock who blinks must have taken it from a witch, that is not the case for the entire rest of the series where blinking is only an evil power used by warlocks. So either the writers changed their minds about what they wanted "blinking" to be, or they forgot what they had said about it originally, thus making this mistake.

Correction: Jeremy had to run all the way back to the manor because the sisters had cast a spell on him dampening his powers. The sisters had to use the power of three spell to vanquish him as well as the spell Piper cast on him, so he was pretty weakened at the point of the first spell.

When Bad Warlocks Go Good - S1-E18

Corrected entry: After the sisters stop Brendan from killing the woman and the police arrive, the woman tells Andy that she heard the name Prue. Andy tells Prue he can place her at the scene. But she can't be the only Prue in the city and the woman never saw Prue, so he can not place her at the scene.

Correction: Andy meant that he knew Prue was there at the scene. It might not have held up in a court of law or anything, but at this time Andy knew that the sisters (especially Prue) had a habit of being at crime scenes without any reasonable explanation. And honestly, Prue isn't exactly a common name.

Season 2 generally

Corrected entry: In the second season, Leo was suspended from his position as a whitelighter for a period of several weeks. But why didn't the Charmed Ones receive a substitute whitelighter during that time?

DavidK93

Correction: It is entirely possible that they did get a new whitelighter but not know about him/her. After all Leo only came out as a whitelighter after Phoebe caught him using magic.

Ex Libris - S2-E19

Corrected entry: Charlene said that she could remember up to when she picked up the encyclopedia, however when they were retracing her steps, she couldn't remember where it was.

Correction: Charlene remembered walking down the aisle to get the encyclopedia. That doesn't mean she remembers exactly where the encyclopedia was in the aisle. After all, a lot has happened to her since then. What with getting decapitated by a demon and becoming a ghost and all.

Sympathy for the Demon - S5-E7

Corrected entry: When Barbas posing as Leo walks down with Piper, she sees a memory of her as a child. When "Leo" asks what she sees she says "It's okay, I remember this". Little her in the memory was running down the stairs with a toy telling her grams that she loves it. Then her father Victor approaches and gives little Piper a hug, a demon magically appears and attacks them, little Piper screams and Victor protects her while grams says a spell. How can Piper says she remembers this if they never knew about magic at the time?

RandShami

Correction: Grams has already been shown to have the power to erase memories. For example in That 70's Episode, Grams made it so that little Andy wouldn't remember being frozen by little Piper. That means that she could have made Piper not remember the demon.

Forever Charmed - S8-E22

Corrected entry: The past versions of Patty and Penny are amazed to learn that their daughters and granddaughters, respectively, are the Charmed Ones. However, both women knew the centuries-old prophecy that three sisters would eventually be born into the Warren line, and that they would be the Charmed Ones. It's conceivable that Patty, who came from a time before the birth of Phoebe, would not have thought of the prophecy at this time. Penny, however, came from after Phoebe was born, and previous flashback episodes had shown that Penny knew that the three sisters were the Charmed Ones immediately when the third sister was born, and was still convinced of the fact up until Penny's death [despite the birth of a fourth daughter to Patty].

DavidK93

Correction: Yes, perhaps Penny did believe the girls would eventually become The Charmed Ones, but this wasn't confirmed to her [officially]. For all she knew, one of them would refuse their powers, die young [before their powers were restored], etc. Also, she died immediately after making a potion to strip their powers [Re-witched, Season 3]. She could have simply been expressing amazement that her beliefs were confirmed about her granddaughters' destiny. After all, she does say "I always knew The Charmed Ones would come from me...well, once removed, of course. It's one thing to believe a prophecy will come true, it's another to actually witness Future Piper confirming her belief.

jademoon

All Halliwell's Eve - S3-E4

Corrected entry: In this episode we see Leo healing Morris after he lost his sight but in out of site when the Grimlocks were vanquished the kids and the blind man got their eye sight back without being healed.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Correction: In addition to healing the victims eyes, vanquishing the Grimlocks also returns their vision.

Show generally

Corrected entry: In episode 1-3, 'Thank You For Not Morphing', when talking about their father, Phoebe says "He sent us birthday cards." But after that episode they made a number of references to the fact that he never sent them birthday cards, like when Piper tries to convince the others to sign Victor's card in episode 2-19.

Correction: When Phoebe says this, one of her sisters replies something like 'Selective memory much?', suggesting that in actual fact he rarely, if ever, sent them cards.

Saving Private Leo - S4-E17

Corrected entry: When Nathan and Rick throw the knife and stab Leo after Leo pulls the knife out he heals himself, However throughout the whole series Leo makes it clear that Whitelighters cant heal themselves.

akievit91

Correction: Its been noted throughout the series that the only way to kill a whitelighter is with the poison from a darklighter's arrow. Leo can't heal himself when injured from a darklighter, but can heal himself from other wounds.

Season 6 generally

Corrected entry: The whole reason Piper and Leo can't be together is because he has become an elder, but he's present at home just as much as he was when he was a whitelighter. And why would he be worried about "breaking the rules" now after all they've already been through?

Correction: Leo tells Piper that the other elders want him to stay on earth until he finds the one who banished him to Valhalla, and Piper knows eventualy he will have to return to the elders.

The Eyes Have It - S5-E6

Corrected entry: When Phoebe had her premonition of Lydia being attacked by Cree, why didn't she immediately warn her? Lydia is a Gypsy high priestess, which Phoebe knows because she just saw Lydia perform a religious ceremony, and she also knows from the previous events in the episode that Gypsy elders are aware of Wiccan magic. But instead she said nothing and waited to talk to her sisters before doing anything about the premonition. So although they were able to save Lydia, she wound up being needlessly attacked and injured.

DavidK93

Correction: This was a decision made by the character of Phoebe, not a mistake made by the writers.

rockycm

Witchstock - S6-E11

Corrected entry: Paige is sent back to when Grams was her age; this shows that they are family and that they share similar traits. Grams having orange hair is a mistake because Paige's hair is not naturally orange, therefore has nothing to do with genetics.

Correction: It is never said once in this episode, or any other episode that Paige had red (or orange) hair because Grams did. Grams can still have red hair, even if Paige's natural color is not.

Charmed Noir - S7-E8

Corrected entry: In season 6, "The Legend of Sleepy Halliwell," it's said that no one can die if they're on the grounds of the magic school, but the gnome is killed in this episode in the library in magic school.

Correction: The gnome wasn't technically killed in Magic School. He was murdered within the created world of the "Crossed, Double-Crossed" novel.

Cubs Fan

Chris-Crossed - S6-E10

Corrected entry: In this episode the Charmed Ones see Bianca when she is little and when she is grown. When she is grown and from the future, she is the same age as Chris it would appear, even though we don't know her age. Chris is 22. As a child, Bianca looks like she is 7, that would make her 29. How would they have gotten together?

LiquidEllison

Correction: The little girl (Bianca) could easily have been 4 or 5. While it might be unusual for a 22 year old guy to date a 26 year old woman (Future Bianca could easily be 26 or 27), it's not impossible or unheard of. Also, Bianca is a Phoenix witch; perhaps they age differently. Demons through the series seem not to age as mortals or good witches do (Cole is a prime example). Bianca has the (demonic) power to "shimmer" (which no "good" character has done in the series, unless you count Cole-as-good while he still had his demonic powers) and Chris implies in the future flash-forward that before they met, she was a ruthless killer (Phoenix witches are bounty hunters, so it makes sense they are more similar to demons than they are to good witches).

jademoon

I Dream of Phoebe - S6-E15

Corrected entry: In 'be careful what you witch for' the wishes were reversed if the genie went back into the bottle, but in this episode the different genies went back in the bottle several times without the wishes being reversed.

Correction: In "Be Careful What You Witch For," the genie had become human after all three wishes were granted (which is why he was able to eat food and such). He agreed to revert to being a genie again after he realized his actions had caused the death of Prue and other terrible consequences (i.e. he feels guilty, so he agrees to become a genie again to fix the wrongs he did by tricking the sisters into making wishes).

jademoon

The Eyes Have It - S5-E6

Corrected entry: The sisters act as though they have never heard of the evil eye before; but in episode 1-2 'I've Got You Under My Skin' the demon Javna invokes the power of the evil eye to steal youth from women.

Correction: Javna is the Charmed Ones' second vanquish, so it isn't all that unreasonable to assume they didn't know (or remember) that Javna's power was "the evil eye" since they were so new to the craft. They used the Hand of Fatima to vanquish him, and no "evil eye" was mentioned in 1-2 "I've Got You Under My Skin."

jademoon

That Old Black Magic - S2-E6

Corrected entry: Tuatha uses a spell to disempower a witch, and the spell requires "a fresh human heart". Tuatha is an evil witch, so why is the same spell in the The Book of Shadows, a book of good magic? A spell requiring a fresh human heart is obviously not good magic, and the only way an evil spell could appear in the book is if the Charmed Ones themselves were evil, which they are not.

Correction: This is not a mistake, but ties into the exact nature of witchcraft. The craft itself is neither good nor evil, it is neutral. It is the witch using it that decides whether to use it for good or evil. It was included in the Book of Shadows as a reference or in a rare case when a good witch may have no choice to use it, maybe not by killing for a human heart, but obtaining one from a recently deceased person. Tuatha used to be a good witch, but turned evil. The spell may have been in her book when she was good, but she only started using it when she turned evil. It's the intent of the witch in how those are used. There are many spells and potions in the Book of Shadows that cause death or harm, again the intent is how they are used. If the girls had been more advanced in their craft they would have probably anticipated that Tuatha would cast that spell to take away their power.

Show generally

Corrected entry: In "Thank You For Not Morphing," Victor is played by Tony Denison. But in "We All Scream For Ice Cream," and all the other episodes with him, he was played by James Read. The actors don't look anything like each other, either.

Correction: A change in casting for a character is not uncommon. Epecially a minor character like Victor.

A Demon

Wrestling with Demons - S3-E12

Corrected entry: Phoebe's hair got dyed back to a dark brown, but later on in this episode, her hair became blonde again, but she didn't dye it.

Correction: Phoebe's hair was changed from brown to blonde because of the Lost and Found spell she cast.

Pardon My Past - S2-E14

Corrected entry: In the Manor, in 1924, P. Russell threw a fireball at P. Bowen, who disintegrated it with her cryokinetic power. They did this in front of dozens of mortals. Since both good and evil magical forces want to prevent magic from being exposed to the world, something like that would almost never happen. And even if it did, this was all very similar to what Phoebe and Paige did in the marketplace in episode 6-19:"Crimes And Witch-Demeanors," which immediately brought out the Cleaners to wipe everybody's memories of having witnessed magic.

DavidK93

Correction: It was already known that the people in the manor knew they were witches. The book was there for everybody to see, and potions and amulets were lying around on the table where the Book of Secrets was, so it was no secret that they were witches.

Sleuthing With the Enemy - S3-E8

Corrected entry: On the Balthazar page in the book of shadows it says that there is no way to vanquish him, but on the opposite page is a vanquishing potion.

Correction: At one time there was no way to vanquish Belthazar, but later at some point in time, a vanquishing potion was found and then added to the book. Since the book is written by many generations of the Halliwell family, it seems rather likely that a witch of the family found a way to do it.

That '70s Episode - S1-E17

Corrected entry: According to this episode, the binding spell that Grams cast on the sisters when they were children would be automatically unbound when she died. If this happened they would not have needed to read a spell to gain their powers in the pilot episode 'Something Wicca This Way Comes'.

Correction: Grams bounded their powers including spell casting and potion making, so when she died only their spell casting and potion making powers were unbound, Phoebe still needed to read the spell to gain all their powers back.

Pardon My Past - S2-E14

Corrected entry: The family tree shows the girl's father is Victor Jones. However, other episodes refer to him as Bennett or Halliwell. Also, on the family tree it shows that P. Bowen (past Prue) died in 1972. However, Prue was born in 1970 - not possible.

Correction: P. Bowen (Past Prue) died in May of 1970, not in 1972 and Prue was born in October of 1970, so the dates line up just fine.

Marry-Go-Round - S4-E15

Corrected entry: After Page turns Pheobe invisible, Pheobe jumbs up and down, but the clothes in the mirror that are supposed to be her reflection don't move at all.

Correction: Actually that is not Phoebe's reflection, but Piper's. I you look closely you can see the bottom part of Piper's head in the mirror.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Brain Drain - S4-E7

Corrected entry: If the vanquishing spell doesn't work in the Halliwell Hospital place, then the Power Relinquishing Spell shouldn't work either.

Correction: The reason the vanquishing spell didn't work was because the spell was to vanquish the Chameleon demon. But it was The Source disguised as the Chameleon demon, so it is obviously not going to work.

Show generally

Corrected entry: When Phoebe first discovered that Leo was an angel and he had come back to help Max, this episode implies that he can only help new witches who are discovering their power, but he stayed with the charmed ones for years.

Correction: Leo stayed with the Charmed Ones for longer than any of his other charges because he was married to Piper.

The Importance of Being Phoebe - S5-E11

Corrected entry: When Cole and Kaya are taunting Piper and Paige about the fact that they now own the manor, they hold the deeds out in front of them laughing for a good 5 seconds. Did they, and more importantly did Paige herself, forget that she can orb things to her? She could easily have summoned the deeds and orbed out of the house before Cole could stop her.

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Shay

Correction: Even if Paige orbed the paperwork to herself, it wouldn't have mattered. It wasn't the physical possession of the papers that mattered, it was the legal possession that Cole got when they used them as collateral.

Bride and Gloom - S3-E13

Corrected entry: The evil priestess steals the "Book of Shadows". After the sisters find her and vanquish her, they return home. The next scene shows them walking up to the attic (having just arrived home), but none of the sisters have the "Book of Shadows" with them.

Correction: Prue carries the book back into the attic. The first shot has them all entering, then it cuts to Prue up close. Before the shot switches to just Prue, we see Prue put the book on the table to her right. It's very quick, but it's there.

Murphy's Luck - S2-E16

Corrected entry: Phoebe has to explain to Leo that she and Prue were once in a car accident and Phoebe was injured badly, but if Leo has been watching the charmed ones since they were children or birth, wouldn't he already know about it.

Correction: Since the Charmed ones had their powers bound after Phoebe was born, their was no need for Leo to be involved with them until their powers came back to them, which was after Grams died.

Stephen Edmonds 1

It's A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World (1) - S6-E22

Corrected entry: When Sheila arrives at the manor she says something along the lines of, "It's becoming a habit isn't it? Me turning up a wreck," but the last time she went to the manor a 'wreck' was because Darryl was in trouble and the cleaners erased her memory, so she wouldn't remember turning up all upset.

Correction: Actually she says, "It can't be happening, I am usually NOT a wreck."

Stephen Edmonds 1

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: At the very beginning, we see Phoebe running to the house. Not Piper. The way the episode is edited would have you think it was actually Piper returning to the house. Inspection of the umbrellas they carry into the house will show that the one from the beginning is the same as the one Phoebe brings with her. Piper's umbrella is black with white spots whereas Phoebes is black with a trim around the outside.

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Correction: The person we see running up the stairs could not be Phoebe beacuse this person is wearing a dress, and when Phoebe comes in she is wearing pants.

Stephen Edmonds 1

The Seven Year Witch - S7-E16

Corrected entry: Cole picks up a picture of Phoebe. In the next episode Phoebe is wearing the same outfit and hairstyle.

Maria Santos

Correction: The outfit that Phoebe is wearing in the picture that Cole picks up in "The Seven Year Witch" from season 7 is not the same outfit or hair in the next episode which is "Scry Hard" I just got done watching both episodes on TNT this morning and went back through all of my DVDS of the show and that outfit and hair of Phoebe's is from the episode "a Knight To Remember" the one where Paige is the evil Enchantress from season 4 and the 5th episode.

Show generally

Corrected entry: Grams appears to the sisters (Prue, Piper and Phoebe) for the first time in the second season, "Witch Trial." When Prue dies (season three) Grams tells Piper and Phoebe they aren't ready to see her yet, but five seasons/years later they still don't get to see her, even though they got to see Grams approx. 2 years after her death.

Correction: We don't know what qualifies as "ready." It could be getting over losing her, which they never fully did; it could be needing her badly enough, which they didn't once Paige came about; or it could be some cosmic thing that we never found out. The "rules" on what makes them ready aren't ever explained.

Captain Defenestrator

The Honeymoon's Over - S3-E1

Corrected entry: Piper reminds her sisters that when they visited the future, she and Leo were married. The episode in question is 2-2: "Reality Bites," and in that episode, Piper and Leo were not married, but divorced. So it doesn't make much sense for Piper to cite that as evidence that marriage might be the right path for her and Leo.

DavidK93

Correction: In "Reality Bites," the point in the future that the girls visit is a while after Piper and Leo had gotten divorced, but in order to get divorced, you must get married first, and as Leo even states in that episode, they were happily married for at least a little while, until the whole mess with Phoebe occurred. Therefore it is logical for Piper to believe that were it not for the damage done by the girls' use of magic for personal gain (which was remedied when they were sent back and chose not to go down that path), her and Leo could have a happy marriage.

Pardon My Past - S2-E14

Corrected entry: In this episode past evil Phoebe has the power to throw fire. But in season 4, when Phoebe becomes queen of the underworld, Leo says throwing fire is an upper level demon power.

Correction: Past Phoebe was seduced into evil from Anton so infact she was evil. Present day Phoebe was carrying a demonic child who took control of her. She was not evil but went willingly with Cole/The Source.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Show generally

Corrected entry: Throughout the whole show, Leo heals humans, but in one episode when everyone still thought Cole was just a human, Phoebe asks Leo to heal Cole and Leo says he can't, it's against the rules.

Correction: Leo can only heal people or humans that the Charmed ones have saved from Demons, Cole was not attacked by Demons that Pheobe can tell that is why Leo can't heal him. Pheobe thought that he just got hurt.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Ms. Hellfire - S2-E9

Corrected entry: Towards the end, Prue believes Piper and Phoebe are imposters and she uses her power to throw them back - but their powers don't work on good witches.

Correction: Their powers do work on good witches, it's only Piper's freezing power that does not work on them.

Dedderbot

Dead Man Dating - S1-E4

Corrected entry: Andy gives Prue a key as an early birthday gift, and tells her that it's a key to the Calistoga Spa, where he has arranged for them to spend the following weekend, in adjoining rooms. But where did the key come from? You get a room key when you check into a resort, not the week before your vacation.

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DavidK93

Correction: The key is just a gesture saying that is where he wants to take her for the weekend. It is not the actual key to their room.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Season 5 generally

Corrected entry: All through the first 12 episodes of season 5, Phoebe keeps trying to convince Cole that his powers are evil and therefor he is evil too. But in ep. 4:12 "Lost and Bound", (3rd act) Piper firmly tells the firestarter, "No, but that's not how powers work. They're not good or bad by themselves, it's how we use them."

Correction: Numerous possible explanations: 1. Phoebe and Piper disagree about how 'powers' work. 2. One of them was lying, for whatever reason. 3. One of them was wrong.

Necromancing the Stone - S5-E21

Corrected entry: When Paige casts the truth spell on Nate, Nate just starts telling her the truth about everything like how he's married and has kids BUT when Prue cast the truth spell a question had to be asked in order for the truth to be told.

Correction: When Paige firsts cast the spell she tells Nate that she is a witch and asks how would he feel about it. She then orbs to convince him she is a witch and she asks him again. Thats when he says, "I have to tell my wife about this" and she asks, "You're married?" to which he responds yes and adds he has children as well.

Stephen Edmonds 1

House Call - S5-E13

Corrected entry: When Piper made the house vanish, there were steps on the right of the house, but there's not supposed to be any steps there.

Correction: If you look at the right side of the front of the house their are stairs that lead up too another room.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Deja Vu All Over Again - S1-E22

Corrected entry: In 'Deja Vu All Over Again' Tempest tells Rodriguez he has brought him back to the exact moment they met. Tempest first appeared to Rodriguez at midnight, but it's light outside when he says this.

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Shay

Correction: Actually Tempess says that he brought him back to the place they first met.

Stephen Edmonds 1

The Truth Is Out There... and It Hurts - S1-E8

Corrected entry: In the lift, Tanya has a white top beneath her blue jumper, but in the manor, she doesn't have a white top on.

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Correction: You are correct that in the first scene when they are in the manor you see no white top on underneath her blue sweater. After they show Prue and Andy talking they cut back to the manor and Tanya was sitting on the couch looking through the book of shadows you can clearly see her white top.It may have been beacause her sweater was up higher so you could not see it in the first scene.

Stephen Edmonds 1

All Halliwell's Eve - S3-E4

Corrected entry: When the sisters first time travelled, and they hid in the bushes, the girls were standing next to each other, but in the next shot, they were standing behind each other, then they went back to standing beside each other.

Correction: The camera angle that was on them made it look like they were behind each other but they were still standing next too each other.

Stephen Edmonds 1

That '70s Episode - S1-E17

Corrected entry: If the sisters are innately magical even without their powers, as we see when they go back to save Melinda in episode 3-4, how are Piper and Prue frozen by little Piper?

Correction: When Prue and Piper were in the diner trying to use their powres in front of their mom and failed to work they assumed that only one set of girls can only have powers. So if older Piper and Prue did not have any powers they were actually not witches.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Deja Vu All Over Again - S1-E22

Corrected entry: In 'Deja Vu All Over Again', after Piper calls Phoebe it's an hour before she gets to Quake and only after that does Joanna arrive. During the third time they live the day Phoebe tells Piper to come home immediately when she calls, but Piper talks to Joanna before she leaves. If she was supposed to come home immediately why would she still be at the restaurant an hour later?

Shay

Correction: Phoebe says that you should ome home as soon as you can beacause we have a lot of demon hunting to do. So that would give Piper some time to tell Joanna what se can do with her life and her show.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Dream Sorcerer - S1-E5

Corrected entry: When Prue is dreaming and the dream sorcerer scratches her, she starts to bleed on her left shoulder. However, when she is checking in the mirror after having woken up, the scratches are on the right shoulder.

Ronnie Bischof

Correction: If you look into a mirror you are seeing yourself in reverse. When Prue was looking at the scratches on her back they are on the left side becaue of the mirror effect makes it look like it is on the right side.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Crimes and Witch-Demeanors - S6-E19

Corrected entry: Phantasms only infect bad people and make them worse as Phoebe says at the start of the episode, but how does the phantasm infect Inspector Sheridan if she's a cop.

Correction: Just because she is a cop does not mean she is a good person.

Magic Hour - S3-E2

Corrected entry: When the demon with the crossbow fires at the girls, you can hear the sound of arrows coming out of the crossbow. But when he fires at the owl, you can see him aiming and see the owl with the arrow in him, but you never hear the sound of it firing.

Correction: When he fires the arrow at the owl, you can hear both the arrow being fired and it hitting the owl.

The Power of Three Blondes - S6-E4

Corrected entry: The sisters couldn't touch the Book of Shadows after the Stillman sisters stole their identities, so how come later in the episode they hold the book to say the spell to get back their powers without casting a spell to get back their identities?

Correction: After the Stillman Sisters had the argument, they lost the trust of the Book and it returned back to the Halliwell Sisters. This is shown during said argument when the symbol on the cover of the book split apart. The spell they recite at the end was merely to get their identities and powers back.

A Witch in Time - S5-E8

Corrected entry: In this episode when Phoebe and Piper have left the car to go and find Miles (to stop him dying), the second time after past Piper has warned present Piper to go right not left, Phoebe's shoes change from what appear to be black boots or high-heels to flat beige knee length boots.

Correction: Duplicate Entry - the other one explained it better.

Used Karma - S6-E13

Corrected entry: In this episode Paige is wearing a strappy top that shows her back, on which you can see a tattoo of a woman. I'm pretty sure that was never there before in any of the other episodes/series.

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Correction: This is a mistake, not trivia.

Tailkinker

Hell Hath No Fury - S4-E3

Corrected entry: During the show up until now, they make it clear Prue is 35-37. But when Piper and Paige visit Prue's grave, it says 1970-2001, therefore making her only 31.

Correction: In the season one episode "Dream Sorcerer", a nurse in the hospital states that Prue is 27 when she is brought in after the accident. This is consistent with her grave saying that she was 31 when she died.

Show generally

Corrected entry: In the first season, witches aren't allowed to know they have a whitelighter, but later in the seasons, all Leo's witches call for him.

Correction: Witches are allowed to know their whitelighter. The Charmed Ones were a special case because their mother had an affair with her whitelighter, so Leo was ordered not to reveal himself to them.

Captain Defenestrator

Saving Private Leo - S4-E17

Corrected entry: Leo has always stipulated that he cannot heal himself, but when he gets stabbed by Rick his wound instantly heals itself.

Correction: Leo can't heal himself, however, the only thing that can kill a whitelighter is a darklighter's arrow. Since Leo was stabbed by a knife, it healed automatically, just like when Piper blows him up time and again.

Charmed Again (2) - S4-E2

Corrected entry: When Phoebe and Piper were trying to help Paige use her powers, they said that she should wave her arm at the candle because thats what Prue did. But when Prue got her powers, she controlled her magic with her eyes not her arms.

Correction: Actually, Phoebe tells Paige that Prue did this "squinty thing" with her eyes and that Paige should try that.

Power Outage - S3-E7

Corrected entry: Prue says that they should practice their demon counter attacks so that they can get a piece of Balthazar's flesh, as it "might be helpful for the potion". But in every future episode they say that the flesh is necessary for the potion.

Correction: It was their first time making that kind of potion. They knew in the future that is was the only one that would work.

The Power of Two - S1-E20

Corrected entry: In the first shots of this episode, they show the ghost of Alcatraz and a soul collector. They failed to take away the shadows of both the ghost and the soul collector. There's a scene where a crowd of people are looking into the jail cell that the ghost and the soul collector are in. It shows no ghost, no soul collector and, importantly, no shadows. The next scene shows the ghost and the soul collector, and miraculously they have shadows.

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Correction: It's showing what the cell looks like to ordinary people: empty. But then it shows the TV viewers that there really is something in the cell.

Season 6 generally

Corrected entry: Throughout season 6 Chris continually refers to his memories of the Charmed ones in the future (using the words "the three of you", yet in "Oh My Goddess" he tells Phoebe that if he hadn't come back, Paige would have been killed that day. So how can he have memories of the three of them when Paige died before he was born?

Shay

Correction: You've answered your own question: "if he hadn't come back, Paige would have been killed that day." He came back, so she wasn't killed that day, so he has memories of her from the future.

Captain Defenestrator

Sam I Am - S5-E9

Corrected entry: In this episode Paige is assigned Sam, her father and Patty Halliwell's former whitelighter, as a charge but in the episode P3 H20 we find out that Sam clipped his wings - "Piper: Sam was mum's whitelighter?" "Leo: Emphasis on was. When your mom died, Sam clipped his wings. He's mortal now, but once, yeah he was a whitelighter. He looked after your mother"

Correction: He states in this episode that after he died for the second time after being made mortal, the elders made him a whitelighter again.

pinkwafer

That Old Black Magic - S2-E6

Corrected entry: Tuatha says that there is no such thing as a courage potion, and when the girls search the book of shadows they also say that there is no magical way of giving confidence. But in episode 1-11, 'Feats of Clay', Piper casts a confidence spell on Doug so he will stop breaking everything in the restaurant.

Correction: Given that the confidence spell on Doug backfired and turned him into a conceited ass, they likely discounted that spell right away.

Captain Defenestrator

The Truth Is Out There... and It Hurts - S1-E8

Corrected entry: The morning after Prue says the truth spell, Piper is wearing a green shirt with a necklace, but when she goes to Quake, she is wearing a white top with a necklace, and when Piper is back at the manor, she is wearing the same green top, but without a necklace.

Correction: Not really a mistake. Many people have work clothes and casual clothes that they change during the day, especially in the service industry.

Captain Defenestrator

The Truth Is Out There... and It Hurts - S1-E8

Corrected entry: When the demon approached Tanya in the elevator, there were several other people in there with them. The demon immediately started talking about how hard it was to find her, and how she was never alone - which she still isn't, but he doesn't mention that. From Tanya's facial expression, she thought he was very creepy. We cut to Phoebe and Prue trying to get to Tanya before the demon can kill her. Then we see the demon dragging Tanya through the parking lot. But they were in an elevator full of people, and he was some sort of masher, at the very least. Plus, she was in the middle of work, transporting a loaded dolly, so it's extremely unlikely that he could have lured her away. How did he manage to drag her out and into the parking lot?

DavidK93

Correction: Intimidation? A spell? A special power he possessed? There are enough reasonable possibilities to prevent this from being a mistake.

Jason Hoffman

Something Wicca This Way Comes - S1-E1

Corrected entry: In the first episode when Phoebe is in her room, you can see that the tattoo on her shoulder has covering makeup on it, but not enough to completely cover it. It's not covered up for the rest of the series.

Maria Santos

Correction: People cover tattoos with makeup all the time. It's possible she wanted to cover it but later decided she didn't care.

Jason Hoffman

Pardon My Past - S2-E14

Corrected entry: The family tree was written in the same handwriting, and that includes that Grams died, so that would have meant that either Prue, Piper or Phoebe had written the family tree.

Correction: There was someone else that was around the entire time. Leo.

That '70s Episode - S1-E17

Corrected entry: In this episode, the Charmed Ones travel into the past, to 1975. Prue explains to Piper that one of the reasons Patty became a waitress was because, "With Dad gone, she had to pay the bills somehow." However, Patty was in the earliest stages of her pregnancy in this episode, while episode 1-3: "Thank You For Not Morphing" established that Victor didn't leave the family until after Phoebe was born.

DavidK93

Correction: When Barbas makes the girls relive their worst memories, Piper's is her father leaving "for the last time," implying that Victor left and came back several times before leaving for good. Given Victor and Patty's rocky marriage, this would have been another of those periods when he was gone and Patty had to make ends meet on her own.

Captain Defenestrator

All Hell Breaks Loose - S3-E22

Corrected entry: In the emergency room after Piper has been shot, it is clear to see that Piper's bullet wound is a through and through, meaning the bullet went in and out, BUT if it did, that means that it should have hit Prue after exiting Piper because Prue was right in front of Prue when the shot was fired.

Correction: Prue was holding the Book of Shadows between herself and Piper, so if anything, the bullet should have lodged in the Book. Perhaps the Book magically protected itself?

Sight Unseen - S3-E5

Corrected entry: When Phoebe, Piper and Prue get home to find the AC on, Phoebe said that every window in the house was open, but she was downstairs so she didn't know if the windows upstairs were open.

Correction: When it's that cold in my house and I see that a lot of windows are open, it's like a figure of speech "all of the windows in the house are open." Phoebe might not have actually KNOWN at that time that EVERY window in the house was actually open.

The Wendigo - S1-E12

Corrected entry: When the wendigo attacked Piper it only scratched her once, but when the wendigo ran away Piper had three scratches.

Correction: Piper had three scratches because the wendigo had claws, if a cat scratches you, you're gonna get more than one scratch.

All Hell Breaks Loose - S3-E22

Corrected entry: In the last scene when Prue and Piper are lying down to die, Leo should have come. Being their whitelighter, wasn't he supposed to be able to remember what happened even after time resets itself? If that was the case, he would have known they were going to be thrown against a wall and almost die.

Correction: Cole said that he wanted to be able to tell Prue and Piper that Shax was going to come back. He was never given the opportunity and as far as we know, Leo was still in the underworld with Phoebe, protecting her. And as far as Leo knew, Piper and Prue were going to be warned about Shax, so really, as far as everyone knew, no one had anything to worry about until Prue died.

Season 6 generally

Corrected entry: Why does Chris have his powers when he went to the past if the Charmed Ones never had their powers when they went to the past, for example in "That 70's Episode" or "Witchstock?" If Chris came from the future and traveled to the past, shouldn't he have lost his powers too?

Correction: Maybe in the future they have come up with a spell that allows them to go back in time without losing their powers? It isn't impossible to believe they have improved upon their spells.

shortdanzr

Necromancing the Stone - S5-E21

Corrected entry: When Prue initially used the truth spell in episode 1-8, 'The Truth is out There and it Hurts', it meant anyone she asked a question had to tell the truth, and she also had to answer truthfully if she was asked anything. When Paige cast it though it only worked on Nate. If the spell had worked the same way as it had on Prue then Paige would not have had to cast it again on Grams at the end if the episode.

Correction: Paige has spent most of the season out of work and putting all her energy into studying magic full-time at this point. She's had plenty of time to revise and perfect the spell.

Captain Defenestrator

A Witch in Time - S5-E8

Corrected entry: Even though Paige's witch-powers were removed with the disempowering spell she would still have been able to orb as that is a white-lighter power.

Correction: The spell removes any powers a witch possesses. Paige is half-whitelighter/half-witch, so the spell could take her orbing ability, since that is a power possessed by a witch.

Captain Defenestrator

A Witch in Time - S5-E8

Corrected entry: The Baccarra demon uses the same spell that Tuatha used 'That Old Black Magic', but Tuatha had to have one heart for each witch she disempowered and the Baccarra apparently disempowered them all with one heart.

Correction: Baccara tells his past self that the spell is from the future, so it's likely that the spell has been "improved on" so that only one heart is now needed.

Captain Defenestrator

Centennial Charmed - S5-E12

Corrected entry: In "Coyote Piper" when Phoebe is researching Cole's ancestry the woman at the historical society says "Cole Turner. Born in 1885." He has his 100th birthday in this episode which first aired on 19/1/2003, making him 118.

Correction: In this episode the demons are all celebrating his hundredth birthday and when Cole comments on how the cake is a very nice cake the designer of the cake says "Thank you, my liege, although I must admit, I thought you were actually 117." So, Cole's real age is known but the demons don't want to insult him.

Show generally

Corrected entry: How come when Rex (Season 1) astral projected, he couldn't be seen, but when Prue astral projects, she can be seen?

Correction: Prue's astral projection is a different version of the power than the warlock ability, as we see later on when Barbas astral projects as well.

Captain Defenestrator

A Witch in Time - S5-E8

Corrected entry: Leo should have known that Paige and Phoebe were dead as soon as it happened. Usually when one of his charges is hurt he feels the pain, but he was surprised to see their ashes and did not know what had happened, and he only orbed in when Piper called him.

Correction: Piper calls before Phoebe and Paige get turned into ash. She calls out of fear not because her sisters were dead.

Season 1 generally

Corrected entry: In later seasons, Phoebe needs to touch things to get a premonition, but throughout season 1 she gets them constantly without touching anything (ie in "Something Wicca This Way Comes", her premonition about the two skateboarders).

Shay

Correction: Not true. She was touching her bike which would've run across a point of psychic remenence as Leo said in "Primrose Empath" when Phoebe had the premonition in the room "dripping with psychic remenence"

The Painted World - S2-E3

Corrected entry: When Phoebe is trying to explain to Piper why she cast a smart spell she says, "Then again, you probably do know what I'm talking about, you have a four year degree". But in 3-7, 'Power Outage', (when the sisters are fighting because they have been infected with rage by Andras) Phoebe shouts "At least i had the courage to go away to college. What's the matter Piper, the real world too much for you?"

Correction: When Phoebe states this to Piper, her emphasis is on going "away" to college. It's been established that both Piper and Prue have college degrees. Obviously Piper attended school in San Francisco, while Phoebe went to school in New York (before dropping out).

Trial by Magic - S4-E11

Corrected entry: After Glen finds out about Paige being a witch he jokes about calling off the tabloids. Piper freezes him and says, "you wouldn't find it so funny if you'd lost a sister that way". But time was reversed and the sisters' magic was never revealed, Prue was killed by Shax. Also Piper had no memory of that day, when time was reversed she had no idea why Phoebe wasn't there, so why would she blame Prue's death on that?

Correction: Prue would never have died if they hadn't been exposed to the media. Without the exposure, time wouldn't have needed to be turned back. As for Piper not knowing about the exposure, Phoebe, Cole, and Leo were in the Underworld and therefore not affected by the time change. They would have filled her in on how and why Prue died.

shorty30490

The Eyes Have It - S5-E6

Corrected entry: When Orin shoots Piper with the power of the Evil Eye, Leo has to heal her, but she has been self-healing since the beginning of the series.

Correction: The only time Piper was able to self heal was when she was pregnant with Wyatt her first son.

Show generally

Corrected entry: If the power relinquishing spell is in Piper's mind, as we see in episode 4-7 'Brain Drain' when the Source tries to retrieve it, then surely they could have used that on Tuatha in episode 2-6 'That Old Black Magic'.

Correction: The spell can only be used to relinquish your own powers, i.e. Tuatha would have had to say the spell in order to lose her powers.

Witch Trial - S2-E1

Corrected entry: When the BOS was about to be taken, its pages turned, how could Phoebe get there that quickly from her bedroom. In fact, how could she hear them turning if she was in her bedroom, asleep with her door closed. (In "The fourth sister" all of the sisters had their doors closed at night).

Correction: There is no reason to believe that Phoebe was asleep in her bedroom just because she was wearing a nightdress, maybe she was just on her way to the attic after she woke up. This would be likely as she was interested in finding out all she could about witchcraft on the anniversary of the day they received their powers.

The Fourth Sister - S1-E7

Corrected entry: When Prue finds Aviva's diary, she reads a few sentences aloud, about how much she hates lying to the Halliwells, but they don't match the words we see in the shot of the page.

Shay

Correction: The words Prue reads aloud are from the bottom half of the page we see in the shot.

Is There a Woogy in the House? - S1-E15

Corrected entry: When Phoebe first discovers the new power the Woogy Man gave her, she says to Piper, "Something weird happened to me in that basement." But then later when she comes out of the basement and says, "Is anyone going to answer that?" Both sisters says things like, "did you seriously just come out of the basement? I thought you were afraid of it." Piper shouldn't be surprised, because Phoebe has already told her that she was in the basement.

Correction: Actually Phoebe says, "Something weird happened to me in the..." and was then distracted, so she never finished her sentence.

Death Takes a Halliwell - S3-E16

Corrected entry: When the police inspector comes to the manor to ask Phoebe what she knows about Cole's disappearance, he says that the landlady was found with two puncture wounds in her head, but the demon bit her neck, not her head.

Correction: He thinks Phoebe is hiding Cole and is using a common interrogation tactic: deliberately altering a fact, hoping the suspect will slip up and correct you.

Exit Strategy - S3-E20

Corrected entry: Piper alters Leo's date of birth on his birth certificate so he can obtain a passport, however, obtaining a US passport also requires a Social Security Number, which would have been retired when Leo died in 1942. A simple credit check can determine if someone is attempting to use a retired SSN, passing the State Department's background check with one would be impossible.

Correction: From the Department of State's website:"To obtain a passport for the first time, you need to go in person to one of 7,000 passport acceptance facilities located throughout the United States with two photographs of yourself, proof of U.S. citizenship, and a valid form of photo identification such as a driver's license." No mention of SSN.

Rlvlk

Love's A Witch - S6-E5

Corrected entry: Why does the temp agency guy ask Paige if she is any good at changing diapers? I would've thought that pre-schoolers would be out of diapers already.

Correction: Quite a lot of pre-schoolers still wear diapers.

Chaz1003

Sight Unseen - S3-E5

Corrected entry: Abbey pushed Prue's whole face into the the photo mixture so how come Prue's face was only red around her eyes?

Correction: Depending on the brand of photo mixture and the skin type it may or may not be immediately irritating the the skin, but will always be irritating to the eyes. This is not a mistake.

OneHappyHusky

They're Everywhere - S2-E7

Corrected entry: In the scene where Phoebe brings in the flowers from outside, she tells Prue they are for her and continues to say there is no card. How does she know they are for Prue if there is no card to say so?

Correction: The sender would have had to give the florist Prue's name, which would then in turn be told to the driver, then to Phoebe when the flowers were delivered. The card with flowers identifies the sender to the recipient, and the sender can chose not to include one.

Charmed Again (1) - S4-E1

Corrected entry: Paige apparently only gets her witch powers in this episode, but that doesn't fit with what we know of magic from the rest of the series. If Paige was born a witch, she would have always had her witch powers unless they were bound (which we know they weren't since she would have also lost her orbing ability until now), so she should have been telekinetically orbing things her whole life.

Shay

Correction: In a later episode, Leo and Paige go back in time to when Paige's family was killed in a car crash. We find out then that she survived because she orbed out before the crash. So, she had her powers, but she was not aware of them.

Show generally

Corrected entry: When the sisters are in the nightclub P3 they can hear everything they say to each other really well. If you are in a nightclub you have to shout over the music but they can talk normal and hear every word the other says.

Correction: Some nightclubs are not that loud. Plus most clubs turn the volume up as it gets later.

shortdanzr

Little Box of Horrors - S7-E18

Corrected entry: Katya kills Nina and then takes Nina's form when she visits the Charmed Ones. But why would Katya need to take Nina's form? The Charmed Ones have never seen Nina before, nor did they know anything about her, so she could have just shown up as herself, but maybe not wearing the red leather body armor. Also, why would Katya give the Charmed Ones so much accurate information about herself and about Pandora's Box? The whole setup was done to fool the viewers, but made no sense in terms of trying to fool the Charmed Ones.

DavidK93

Correction: Katya can't know for sure that they've never met Nina. Also, Katya knows that the Charmed Ones have the book which often has pictures of the demons in it and may have seen her (or Nina) while flipping through it. Even though in this case, there is not a picture of her next to her description in the book, she is safer to assume that there is.

Myridon

Ex Libris - S2-E19

Corrected entry: Phoebe's final is on Friday morning, but when she comes to the Goo-Goo Dolls concert at P3 (on Saturday, according to the posters) she's already received her grade. There is no way her final would have been corrected and her grade posted up that fast.

Shay

Correction: Her grade very much could have been posted by that point. I taught a college course and my class had their final on a friday night, We had to have their final exam grades and overall class grades by Sunday morning. So that is the same time period and everyone's grades were done. Maybe the professor had help.

shortdanzr

Be Careful What You Witch For - S2-E22

Corrected entry: When Prue gets turned into a teenager after wishing that she wanted it to be like it was the first time, she was at a cafe with Dick. When the genie is freed, he goes to the same cafe. When Piper and Leo go looking for him, Piper supposedly knows which cafe the genie found Prue at, even though Prue has no memory of the future so she couldn't have told them.

Correction: Prue planned the date before she was turned into a teenager and as her sisters know about Dick, she probably told them what they were doing that day, which was going to a cafe. The conversation may not have happened on screen but its perfectly reasonable, I tell my sisters wherever I'm going on my dates.

Show generally

Corrected entry: Prue's death was not originally scripted. They just took her out of the show because Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano became bitter enemies, and Phoebe was a more popular character. In fact, Shannen Doherty showed up for rehearsal for season four and they told her she was fired.

Correction: Shannon Doherty actually left the show Charmed months before season 4 started, she actually made up her mind about that earlier in December. She left because she thought the work was no longer fulfilling and to quote her, "Theres too much drama on the set, and not enough passion for the work". She did have words with Alyssa Milano backstage and they weren't the best of friends, but according to her, that didn't effect her decision to leave the show.

The Eyes Have It - S5-E6

Corrected entry: In 'The Eyes Have It' Phoebe's vision shows her that Piper's explosion power doesn't work on Orin, so why did Piper later try to blow him up? Wouldn't it have made more sense to have Piper try to freeze him, or be ready with a knife for Paige to orb into him? Why try a method of attack they had already seen fail?

Shay

Correction: It is Piper's first instinct, ie her natural impulse, to try and blow him up, even though she knew it would not work. It does not make this a mistake.

Charmed Again (2) - S4-E2

Corrected entry: When the Source, as Shane, stabbed Cole, it was broad daylight. The sisters and Leo didn't find him to heal him until late at night. This means that Cole's semiconscious, bleeding body was lying next to a city sidewalk for half a day without being noticed by anyone.

DavidK93

Correction: It is possible that no one saw him, this is not a mistake.

Trial by Magic - S4-E11

Corrected entry: When Paige decides to use magic to show Glenn that she really is a witch, she casts a spell that is supposed to "expand his imagination," but instead makes his body able to expand and contract like elastic. But why would Paige cast an unfamiliar spell on Glenn, instead of just using her orbing talent to provide quick and obvious proof of the reality of magic?

DavidK93

Correction: Because by "expanding his imagination" he will be more likely to believe and accept what she is telling him, while simply orbing might make him freak out and not be able to accept it.

Hell Hath No Fury - S4-E3

Corrected entry: In the scene where Paige's coworker Donnie makes a crack at Billy the mail boy about his inability to "tear [himself] away from the cleavage in this section," he glares accusingly at Paige. But Paige was wearing a high-necked red blouse. She certainly looked attractive, but there was no cleavage in sight.

DavidK93

Correction: Donnie is a jerk. He made a mean comment about Paige that probably had more to do with the kind of clothes she usually wears than what she was wearing that particular day.

Dead Man Dating - S1-E4

Corrected entry: After Skye's body is found, Darryl says that "The coroner says it's as if she fell off a twenty-story building." But when did the coroner ever see this body? They're still at the crime scene, and the body hasn't even been moved from the bed yet.

DavidK93

Correction: If you watch any show like Law & Order or CSI, you will see the coroner arrive at the scene of the crime, often before the police. It makes perfect sense for the medical examiner to see the body before they leave the scene.

The Honeymoon's Over - S3-E1

Corrected entry: In 'The Honeymoon's Over' Piper says that once someone is out of a freeze she can't freeze them too without unfreezing the first people frozen, but back in season 2's 'They're Everywhere' she freezes Jack, then when Jeff walks into the room freezes him too without unfreezing Jack.

Shay

Correction: This is not correct. In the episode, Piper froze only the "innocent" people to determine who the demon was. It turns out the only people she froze were the DA, Darryl, and Leo. When Pru asked Piper to freeze the rest, she says she can't because once they are immune to her freeze, she can't freeze them as demonstrated later when she tries anyway. This is in no way similar to the Jack and Jeff freeze in Season 2.

Y Tu Mummy Tambien - S5-E10

Corrected entry: When Piper changes out of her maternity clothes, she does so in her bedroom closet. But that's the same closet that she and Leo converted into a nursery at the beginning of the season. There is no explanation of why and how it was once again filled with clothes.

DavidK93

Correction: This is not the same closet. Piper and Leo have two closets in their room. The one that is now a nursery must have been Leo's, because he takes his clothes from a dresser in this scene.

Out of Sight - S1-E19

Corrected entry: In 'Out of Sight', season 1, Prue is pouring a potion into jars when the phone rings. When she sets the pot down there is one full jar and one empty jar, when she runs back a few seconds later to grab the potion both jars are full.

Shay

Correction: Actually, when she runs to the phone she passes two other full jars, and those are the ones she grabs.

Chris-Crossed - S6-E10

Corrected entry: In the Book of Shadows it says that a Phoenix is a coven of witches who are reborn; however in series four, episode "Bite Me" Piper and Phoebe are looking through the book of shadows to see what could have bitten Paige. When Piper suggests a phoenix, Phoebe says it flies but it doesn't fight.

Correction: The Phoenix referred to in "Chris-Crossed" is the name of a coven of witch-assassins, not the mythical flying bird mentioned in "Bite Me".

Shay

Witch Wars - S6-E21

Corrected entry: It is mentioned that a good witch who was murdered had the power of shooting fire from her hands. But when Phoebe exhibited a fire-throwing power in the fourth season, Leo was immediately alarmed because that is an upper level demonic power. And Phoebe's past life incarnation had a pyrokinetic power in episode 2-14: "Pardon my Past," which her cousins bound and also banned from occurring again in the future. The bottom line is, good witches don't shoot fire from their hands.

DavidK93

Correction: What about the witch killed in "Something Wicca This Way Comes"? This isn't the first time a good witch has summoned fire - the reason Leo was alarmed was because of the manner of Phoebe's power, not the fact that it involved fire. Phoebe's ancestors banned the power from occurring again within the family line, but wouldn't have had the power to banish it from all witches.

Shay

I've Got You Under My Skin - S1-E2

Corrected entry: Prue smugly chastises Phoebe for trying to use magic for personal gain when she plays the lottery numbers from her vision. Not addressed in the episode is the fact that Prue used her telekinesis to prevent the elevator from stopping at everyone else's floors when she was on her way up to her interview at Buckland's.

DavidK93

Correction: Prue is being hypocritical, but that hardly ranks as a mistake. The issue of her using her powers for personal gain is never addressed because none of the other sisters see it.

Shay

Show generally

Corrected entry: In some later episodes of season four, Piper is sad because she has some fertility problems, making it hard for her to conceive a child. The only reason Wyatt was conceived is because Piper accidentally ate a chocolate that made her fertile with demon seed (explaining Wyatt's future evilness). But in season six, Chris is conceived as if Piper never had fertility problems at all.

Correction: Many people with fertility problems go on to concieve naturally.

Myridon

Show generally

Corrected entry: When magic was exposed to the world when the charmed ones were trying to vanquish the demon that eventually killed Prue, everything got out of hand, and they needed tempas in the end. However, seasons later when Wyatt (Piper and Leo's baby) exposed magic by bringing the dragon out of the television, the cleaners came and erased everything, and there was no mess (besides the loss of Wyatt. Why didn't the cleaners come earlier, when the news crew captured the exposure on tape?

Correction: As was stated, the Charmed Ones were well known for dealing with the messes on their own. As such, the only real reason the Cleaners finally interfered was due to Wyatt and his powerful abilities.

A Witch's Tail (1) - S5-E1

Corrected entry: Leo tells Piper that "there was no one there to finish [her baby book] after [her] mother died," and that's why every page from "The Sixth Year" onwards is blank. But Piper and her sisters were raised by Grams after Patty died. Why wouldn't Grams have continued filling in the baby book?

DavidK93

Correction: Maybe seeing the baby book that Patti started and never got a chance to finish was too painful for her. It's not really a mistake, it's impossible to predict how grief will affect people.

Shay

Witches in Tights - S5-E5

Corrected entry: After the girls realize that removing their masks alters their way of thinking, The Aggressor dashes in and uses his power to throw Phoebe across the room. After this, Piper runs to Phoebe but screams "Lyssie" (the nickname the cast and crew uses for Alyssa Milano)

Correction: Actually, she says Phoebe.

Marry-Go-Round - S4-E15

Corrected entry: In this episode, Cole has become the Source, and he has no trouble attending his own wedding to Phoebe in a church. But in episode 4-2: "Charmed Again (2)," we learned that the Source cannot enter a church at all.

DavidK93

Correction: The Source couldn't enter the church in "Charmed Again (2)" because of the gargoyles. Not every church has gargoyles - maybe the one Phoebe and Cole were getting married in didn't, which would allow him to enter. Given how careful he was about planning the wedding, I'm sure he would have made sure of that first.

Shay

Thank You for Not Morphing - S1-E3

Corrected entry: In this episode, their father recalls that Piper once upon a time would only eat white food. She says, "That's right. I was four." And then their father says "Phoebe, that would make you what, one?" And Phoebe says, "Yeah." But in other episodes, if you look on their family tree, Piper was born in 1973 and Phoebe in 1975. So she would be two, not one.

Correction: Yes, this could be the case but you also have to take into account what months Piper and Phoebe were born in. This could have happened just after Piper turned four or just before Phoebe turned two.

Bride and Gloom - S3-E13

Corrected entry: At the beginning of this episode Cole appears in Phoebe's favourite film and says that it is a little trick he learned from the demon of illusion. However, Cole wasn't around in Chick Flick (where the demon of illusion appeared), he didn't come into the show until season 3.

Correction: Cole and the Demon of Illusion have both existed for centuries. Cole could have picked up the "little trick" at any time in the past, perhaps long before the episode "Chick Flick" took place.

DavidK93

Size Matters - S4-E5

Corrected entry: In episode 3-5: "Sight Unseen," the sisters learned the importance of taking mundane precautions when it comes to their personal safety, after Prue was stalked and almost killed by a mortal human being. Particularly stressed was the need to lock their door. In this episode, however, Paige comments that the front door was unlocked, and Leo says that the front door is usually left that way since otherwise demons just break the door down.

DavidK93

Correction: It's possible that, in the year since Prue was stalked, they realised that locking the door was more hassle than it was worth since, as Leo points out, it did keep getting broken. Maybe they changed their minds - it does happen.

Shay

Show generally

Corrected entry: Any time Leo uses his healing touch on someone, their damaged clothing is repaired and their blood stains disappear. Since Leo can't even heal injured animals, his power certainly wouldn't have any effect on torn fabric.

DavidK93

Correction: Since Leo fixes broken pipes with his power in "Saving Private Leo" and the P3 sign in "Size Matters", we can assume that he can heal just about anything. It's anyone's guess why he can't heal animals.

Shay

Centennial Charmed - S5-E12

Corrected entry: How does Paige know so much? First of all she knows that Cole is behind it all, though any number of demons have the ability to create temporal folds and as far as she knew Cole wasn't one of them. Second she knows that Phoebe is unhappy with Cole, just from talking to her for a few seconds. In fact, when she mentioned that she could help Phoebe get rid of him Phoebe threw her out. She seems to realise what's going on simply to save on exposition.

Shay

Correction: Paige had been suspicious of Cole for a long time at this point. Her assumptions just happened to be correct. Phoebe threw Paige out because Phoebe said she stayed with Cole so that he wouldn't kill Piper; she probably didn't want Cole to hear Paige and think Phoebe was conspiring against him and thus go ahead and kill Piper.

Saving Private Leo - S4-E17

Corrected entry: In the episode Saving Private Leo, Leo can't heal the dead but yet he manages to heal Piper even though she died.

Correction: She didn't die. Her spirit was still there, close to her body. As they explain it all the time, you die when you move on. When you're a ghost, you haven't moved on yet.

Show generally

Corrected entry: From the episode where she gets her explosion power Piper seems to ignore her freezing power, even when it would be better to use it. For example, in any episode where she is faced with more than one demon instead of blowing them up one at a time it would make more sense to freeze them all at once. Even if her explosions are more powerful sometimes, there's no logical reason why she should always use them in every situation.

Shay

Correction: Yes, there is no LOGICAL reason. But considering that Prue was the only one to ever get a pure offensive power (and remembering how long Phoebe whined about not getting an active power), it makes sense that Piper, having been thinking about this all these years, would use the spectacular, flashy, big-boom power before her tried and true freezing, especially in high-pressure situations. Also remember that Piper's known from the start that she can't freeze certain baddies, so it makes sense that her first instinct would be to "reach for the explosions."

Centennial Charmed - S5-E12

Corrected entry: Cole enters his apartment on the first night and wishes himself a happy birthday. The next night is the night when Paige is at P3 and he turns the world into his alternate reality, then the next day is when Paige goes to the manor and finds his birthday in full swing. Even with the minor possibility that it was after midnight on the first night, his party is still a day late.

Shay

Correction: I have often had parties for my birthday on days other than my birthday.

shortdanzr

House Call - S5-E13

Corrected entry: At the end of the episode, at P3, a tray falls onto the floor and Leo starts to tease Piper about it. A few moments later, when he jokingly runs off, Piper actually yells "Brian" instead of "Leo", which is really Brian Krause's character's name.

Correction: Actually, Piper throws the magazine to Leo and yells "Run", not Brian.

Show generally

Corrected entry: Fair enough, Paige didn't get her witchly powers until she met her sisters and they vanquished Shax together. But not all of her powers are rooted in witchcraft - her orbing, at least, is rooted 100% in her whitelighter heritage. We saw that she orbed in the crash that killed her adopted parents - so why did it take her, conveniently, 21 years to find out she could orb?

Phoebe

Correction: Remember that at first Paige could only orb instinctively to escape from danger, and how often does that happen in everyday life? The car crash and the first time she used her powers to escape Shax were probably the only times she had ever used her power. Her later ability to orb anywhere, anytime, came from months of training.

Shay

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