Charmed: Season 6
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- 21 episodes from the 2003-2004 season on 6 discs
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1 and 2. Valhalley Of The Dolls Parts 1 and 2 - With Leo missing, the sisters turn into Valkyries in order to save him.
3. Forget Me...Not - Wyatt conjures a dragon and it is loose in the city. The Cleaners also want to erase Wyatt from everyone's memory.
4. The Power Of Three Blondes - 3 blonde sisters want the Charmed One's identies. Pretty fun episode.
5. Love's A Witch - Paige stumbles upon a feud between two magical families and even finds love at the same time.
6. My Three Witches - Chris tries to teach the sisters a lesson.
7. Soul Survivor - Paige tries to save her boss's soul, even at the risk of losing her own.
8. Sword And The City - Piper pulls Excalibur out of its stone and consequences arise.
9. Little Monsters - The sisters become foster parents for a half demon baby, without Chris' approval.
10. Chris-Crossed - Bianca, a assassin from the future, arrives to try to take Chris' powers.
11. Witchstock - Paige is taken back in time where she encounters Grams, who was a hippie.
12. Prince Charmed - Phoebe and Paige conjure "Mr. Right" for Piper as a birthday present.
13. Used Karma - Phoebe is possessed by the spirit of Mata Hari.
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The season starts off strong with "Vahalla of the Dolls, Parts 1 and 2." These episodes are actually quite ridiculous, and at often times a bit corny-pacifict Leo explains killing Valharies with an over-dramatic "I've changed." But the show has always been entertaining because it embraces its corniness.
The episodes range from lighthearted fillers (Witchstock) to emotionally-charged dramas (Spin City, The Courtship of Wyatt's Father). None are complete flops, though some struggle more than others. This season is full of humor and wit that other seasons lacked, making it that much better. Thankfully, the show seems to know exactly when not to take itself seriously, allowing fairly lame scenarios to work perfectly. In "The Legend of Sleepy Halliwell," the girls' severed heads argure while resting on a table, and somehow it was actually funny. I don't think any other show could pull that off.
There's a lot of debate over the character of Chris. But the show really needed a new character to liven things up, and Chris does just that. Played by Drew Fuller, he first appeared in season five's finale, "Oh My Goddess parts 1 and 2." Drew's acting is horrible early on, but he improves dramatically as the season progresses. I watched "Oh My Goddess" and "Spin City" back-to-back and couldn't believe how drastically better he'd gotten. His storyline is also the only thing that makes the Piper and Leo split bearable. The timeline stretch to incorporate Holly Marie Combs' pregnancy is annoying, but the story works if you just go with it.Read more ›
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I'm not a Charmed fanatic but enough to know that I love this cheesy series. It's definitely niche, though.Published 3 months ago by SweetDaes
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