Charmed 8 Seasons 2005

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Season 7
(178) IMDb 8.8/10

22. Something Wicca This Way Goes TV-PG CC

When the sisters try to divert Zankou's attention from the Nexus, he hatches a plan to absorb all their powers. However, when the girls realize what Zankou is up to, they are faced with a life altering decision: sacrifice their powers or their lives.

Starring:
Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
May 22, 2005

Something Wicca This Way Goes

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One of the best episodes of the season.
Tyler
Cahrmed - The Seventh Season is wonderful, if you are a charm fan like I am you will love the seventh season, so now I am waiting for the next season to come out.
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133 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Tyler on October 29, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 7 is a very interesting year for the world of Charmed. When it is bad, it is REALLY bad but when it is good, it is REALLY good. It really is a hit or miss situation.

The best episodes would have to be the ones near the end of the season but there are also some spread out through the season. Some of the best: Something Wicca This Way Goes, Witchness Protection, Charmed Noir, The Seven Year Witch, Srcy Hard and Death Becomes Them.

The worst episodes: A Call To Arms, The Bare Witch Project, and Once In A Blue Moon.

The Complete Rundown:

1. A Call To Arms - When Piper and Leo attend a Hindu wedding, they become possessed by Hindu gods. This episode is alright, but doesn't seem strong enough to be a season opener.

2. The Bare Witch Project - A student at magic school accidently conjures Lady Godiva, and the sisters must help return her to her time so she can finish her ride. Slightly better than the premiere but still doesn't live up to "Classic Charmed"

3. Cheaper By The Coven - Chris' wiccaning is upon us and the sister summon Grams for help, but when a spell goes awry, the sisters revert to their teenage selves. Fun episode that brings back favorites like Grams, Patty and Victor.

4. Charrrmed! - A pirate comes to town searching for the fountain of youth. Most people did not like this episode, but I did find it entertaining. Depends on your tastes.

5. Styx Feet Under - The Angel of Death is back after Paige casts a spell that blocks all death. Very well done episode, really good acting here.

6. Once In A Blue Moon - The sisters are transformed into beasts. Bad episode. Really boring.

7. Someone To Witch Over Me - Guardian Angels are being captured. Meanwhile Leo goes on a vision quest.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mikey Mike on February 7, 2007
Format: DVD
I've read some negative reviews of Season 7, but I have to say it's one of my favorites. After a lot of lighter, more comedic episodes in seasons 5 and 6, Season 7 returned the series to the darker glory days of seasons 3 and 4. I loved the story arcs in the season, and the writing and direction were dead on.

Season 7 picks up where season 6 ended; adult Chris is dead and Leo can't stop grieving and move on. As his marriage to Piper continues to fall apart he is courted (in rather strange fashion) by Avatars (we saw them in Season 5 in the episode "Sam I Am," where Paige is reunited with her real father, Sam)to change the world and end the struggle between good and evil. Woven into this storyline are Paige's romance with the Avatar-obsessed Agent Brody (Kerr Smith) and Phoebe's romance with Les (Nick Lachey) and her sabbatical to find herself. The Avatar story only lasted half the season but segued nicely into the rise of Zankou. As Zankour terrorizes the sisters during the final half of the season in his quest for the Book of Shadows and the Nexus, Phoebe has a romance with an ex-demon and returns to school. Paige decides running magic school isn't for her; she passes the baton to a newly mortal Leo and is thrust into double duty as a witch and a whitelighter. Piper, after nearly dying, tries to rework her marriage to Leo, who gives up his powers to be with his family.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 15, 2007
Format: DVD
The best thing about Charmed was that it was pure entertainment involving both drama and comedy, with the balance between the two depending on the theme of each individual episode. It wasn't supposed to show Wicca in a good light or a bad light or even a remotely correct light - it was just a clever metaphor for the relationship between the sisters, which was the real point of the series. It was supposed to be sappy and corny at times. It was supposed to be like a soap opera. I never loved Rose McGowan as Paige, but, to be truthful, I never liked Shannon Dougherty as Prue that much either. I always enjoyed watching until Billie joined in the last season. How could it be that a witch, not related to the Charmed Ones, is more powerful than they? If so, why were they even called the Charmed Ones in the first place? That is why this seventh season should have been the final one. I thought that the plots in season eight were at times more powerful and clever than season seven, but Billie's antics just got in the way of enjoying it. Plus, the season seven finale did such a good job of wrapping everything up it just seemed like an appropriate place to end the series.

Season seven is definitely much better than season six. It seemed like Charmed drifted for a season and a half after Cole's death in the middle of season five since the show had so much invested in that storyline, but here they are back on track. Being an "Angel" fan, I particularly liked Charisma Carpenter's guest appearances, even if she does come across like the Buffy-era Cordelia except with magical powers. I also liked "Cheaper by the Coven" where the sisters revert to their teenage personas and Wyatt creates a demon in the image of his dad because he feels like it is his fault that Leo isn't around and Gideon is dead.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. Elliott on November 19, 2006
Format: DVD
While this may not be the BEST Season of Charmed, it definitally is up in the top 3.... The only regret that I have is that, like all the other Season released so far, there won't be extra's on it.... It looks like we'll have to wait for the 8th and final Season to be released to get those.... Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for that....
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