The Power of Three Blondes - S6-E4

Corrected entry: When Paige tries to orb to prove her identity to Chris, she can't because Margo has cast an anti-orbing spell. But that's not possible. The Charmed Ones and Chris all orbed into the room, and Margo couldn't have cast a spell after that, or we would have seen it happen.


Correction: They could orb in, they just couldn't orb out.

Witchstock - S6-E11

Corrected entry: When Piper and Phoebe appear in the past, Penny chides them not to "use [their] magic so openly." Immediately thereafter, Penny uses magic to turn some police officer's night sticks into flowers. That was some pretty open use of magic, right there.


Correction: Well, I can't remember Penny's exact wording, but even so, if someone saw Piper and Phoebe materialize out of nowhere they would've been exposed. Penny turning the nightsticks into flowers was much less obvious, because the cops would've had no way of knowing how it happened or who was responsible for doing it.

Season 6 generally

Corrected entry: Why doesn't Chris ever use his powers against demons? We know he can use them in this time, since he blows up Leo in "Oh My Goddess" and kills a Valkyrie in "Valhalley of the Dolls", and after "Chris-Crossed", when it was discovered he was half-witch he had no reason to hide them from the sisters, yet he never once used them against a demon, even when one of the Charmed ones is in mortal danger.


Correction: Actually Chris couldn't use his powers up until the "Chris-Crossed" episode because before this episode the sisters couldn't find out that he was part witch because then his cover as just their whitelighter would have been blown. Basically he had to keep his powers a secret until the "Chris-Crossed" episode.

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.

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.

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.


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.

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.


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.

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.

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.

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?


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).


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).


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."

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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.

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.

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. (00:10:50)

Correction: This is a mistake, not trivia.

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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?


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 Premium member

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: Bianca states in Chris-crossed, that with the particular spell that they were using to send him back, his powers would not be affected.

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.

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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.


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".


Be Careful What You Witch For - S2-E22

Plot hole: When teenage Prue has run away with the demon, and Phoebe and Piper find her in the park, teenage Prue is 'killed'. Her sisters drive her home to get Leo to heal her, but shouldn't they have just been able to call to Leo to orb to them when Prue was first hurt, and heal her in the park, and save driving back to the Manor and risk Prue dying?

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Suggested correction: I see orbing to the park but he didn't heal her, she was already dead and he can't heal the dead, that's why the genie brought her back - that's what Phoebe wished for.

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