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?
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
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.
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
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?
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
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
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
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
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
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