Continuity mistake: After Phoebe jump kicks a warlock and falls to the ground, there is a blonde woman standing next to them. In the next shot of the warlock, when Piper blows him up, the woman is gone. But all of the mortals had been frozen, so she couldn't have moved.
Plot hole: According to Paige's "fairy tale" the witch ends up with the prince. If this is really a past life, the sorceress ended up with the prince in the Middle Ages. So why do they have to fix it? Everything was just going the way it did according to her fairy tale, and good magic was obviously still present in the world.
Plot hole: Piper is initially skeptical at Phoebe's theory that the Evil Enchantress could be Paige in a past life, because Paige lacks the Enchantress' ability to summon the elements. However, Piper knows that in Phoebe's past life she had a pyrokinetic power, which she does not have in the present.
Continuity mistake: Paige looks in the Book of Shadows and suggests that the demon they are looking for could be Belthazor, not knowing that Belthazor is Cole's demonic form. But we saw Phoebe making extensive changes to Belthazor's entry in the Book of Shadows in a previous episode, and the changes are not in evidence here.
Continuity mistake: After Phoebe has her premonition about Paige at Prue's funeral, demonic bounty hunters show up to "eliminate" Belthazor. We see the funeral hall empty where seconds before Phoebe's premonition, there was a line of people waiting to give their condolences to the girls, Victor, Leo and Cole.
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Continuity mistake: The name plate under the photo of Leo at the Veterans Association indicates that he died on November 24, 1942. Paige's research indicates that Nathan and Rick both died on the same day as Leo, but she later finds out that they were buried at the V.A. on November 22, 1942, two days before they are supposed to have died.
Plot hole: Phoebe and Piper seem surprised at the fact that a white-lighter can impregnate someone, because they are dead. Piper says "how does a white-lighter get somebody knocked up?", but when she went to the future she saw herself with Leo's baby, and Leo told her that he hadn't clipped his wings.
Revealing mistake: In the beginning of the episode, Yenlo and Anling are fighting with swords. After Yenlo says, "I'm going to kill him, Anling. And then I'm going to kill you," Anling stabs him with her sword. Yenlos' wound is very bloody, but there is no blood on Anling's sword at all.
Plot hole: Phoebe says Piper and Prue were able to defeat Shax without the power of three and Piper's response is it was because "Prue was the strongest." Piper would have no recollection of this event as Tempus reversed time bringing Piper back from the dead in the timeline that she was shot in. The time reversal affected everyone's memory except Phoebe, Leo and Cole who were in the Underworld.
Continuity mistake: Near the end of the episode, in the scene at P3, Phoebe launched a jump kick at a warlock after Paige has been knocked down by a small energy ball. Everybody else in the club was frozen by Piper, but when Phoebe lands she jostles a blonde extra who moves from her pose.
Continuity mistake: In the teaser, Phoebe has a vision of a murder. When she first sees the shadow of the attack, the assailant is holding his victim down with his right hand while stabbing with his left. Then when the vision focuses on the Medusa head tattoo on his forearm, it is the right arm that is stabbing.
Other mistake: The one demon that knew about the 40s party was vanquished, and he went straight from spying on Paige and Phoebe at P3 to "glamouring" into Leo at the Manor. He had no way of telling Devlin about the 40s party, and yet it was still full of demons waiting to kill the Charmed Ones, with Devlin "glamoured" into Melody as a trap. And Devlin didn't even have that power - the demon that was vanquished did.
Plot hole: After Cole explains he might not be able to regain control after embracing his demonic half, he tells Phoebe she should have the Belthazor vanquish potion ready just in case. But in "Look Who's Barking", Piper tried using that potion on Cole and it didn't work because he had himself magically protected from it.
Other mistake: In this episode, the Source talks about the "Ultimate Power" being the Hollow. But in Season 8, we learn that the "Ultimate Power" is Billy and Christy. (And they end up taking in the Hollow, so now are they the "Ultime Power" times 2?) Which is it? It can't be both.
Other mistake: After Piper freezes the first crime scene that Cole and Phoebe (aka Frankie and Lulu) have hit, Piper unfreezes Darryl by touching him but at the beginning of the the episode when Piper and Cole are touching the car that Piper froze, to stop it from exploding after a car crash, while trying to help the woman inside, the car never unfreezes. This is somewhat inconsistent through the entire show a lot of times they can unfreeze things by touching them and then a lot of times they can only unfreeze things by Piper using her pointer finger to either unfreeze a head or a foot or some other body part.
Continuity mistake: After the "dirtbag" is brought back to the manor and Piper is ragging on him, Piper gets very angry and decides to blow her husband up. Less than a minute later, Cole says "Back away slowly, Leo." Leo says "What?" and Cole says "She's becoming a fury." Then it shows Pipers hands, which now have long black fingernails, but they just suddenly show themselves right when Cole decides to show up and say she's becoming a Fury. When she blew Leo into orbs there were no long black nails.
Continuity mistake: During the opening, Piper, Phoebe and Cole are in an SUV and going to find a demon. A shot from in front shows that there is no rearview mirror in the SUV, just a white mark on the windshield. When they turn into the parking lot however, the rearview mirror has returned.
Plot hole: Cole explains that the demonic power is driving Karen mad because she is human. Cole later has Paige infected with one to drive her mad. This doesn't make sense since Paige is doubly not human, and shouldn't be driven mad. In fact the Charmed Ones have had demonic powers before and were not driven mad, but instead turned evil.
Character mistake: When Phoebe is describing to Cole the demon she saw in her premonition, she says on the good side of his face he had tribal markings, and Cole says, "Kinda like Belthazar," and Phoebe agrees. Belthazar has no markings like the ones on the demon's face.
Plot hole: When Yen lo enters the manor in the attic. Where did the water on the floor he comes through come from? Windows were closed, no visible leak, and the sister took precautions to make sure there was no water in the house. Also after he attacks and gets the dragon blade, he exits the house through the sink filled with water. Piper had already said to make sure there was no surfaces of water in the house and had Phoebe and Paige shut the water main off.
Continuity mistake: In the scene with Paige and Jordan Bridges' character, nearer the end, when they are sitting on the couch and his possessed character leans in for a kiss, from the back shot, he leans in and his head is tilting towards his right shoulder (you see part of his profile and the back of his head and Paige's face); when they change the shot so you see the front of his face and the back of Paige's head, his head is tilted back towards his left shoulder.
Revealing mistake: In the scene where The Source uses Piper's powers together on the clay object (it blows up and then freezes), after he unfreezes it, the pieces shatter and one lands on the stand thing. As the camera moves in towards The Source, before the camera passes the clay piece it visibly vanishes (as it is CGI) and then the Source holds up a piece which is much larger and a different shape.
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