Charmed

Charmed (1998)

3 corrected entries in The Truth Is Out There... and It Hurts

(4 votes)

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. (00:24:15)

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

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 Premium member

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

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