Season 6, Episode 9
|Airdate||November 16th, 2003|
|Director||James L. Conway|
|Producer||Daniel Cerone; Peter Chomsky; Holly Marie Combs; James L. Conway; Brad Kern; Curtis Kheel; Jonathan Levin; Alyssa Milano; Jon Paré; David Simkins; Aaron Spelling; E. Duke Vincent|
|Starring||Alyssa Milano; Rose McGowan; Holly Marie Combs; Brian Krause; Drew Fuller; Dorian Gregory|
|Previous||"Sword and the City"|
"Little Monsters" is the ninth episode of season six of the supernatural fantasy series Charmed and the 121st episode of the series overall. It was directed by James L. Conway and written by Julie Hess. It first aired on the WB Network on November 16th, 2003.
Principal Cast Edit
|Alyssa Milano||Phoebe Halliwell|
|Rose McGowan||Paige Matthews|
|Holly Marie Combs||Piper Halliwell|
|Brian Krause||Leo Wyatt|
|Drew Fuller||Chris Halliwell|
|Dorian Gregory||Darryl Morris|
Guest Stars Edit
|Seth Peterson||The Beast/Derek|
|Eric Dane||Jason Dean|
|Armando Pucci||Wine captain|
|Brady Smith||SWAT commander|
|Jason Simmons||Wyatt Halliwell|
|Kristopher Simmons||Wyatt Halliwell|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production code number: 4301120
- This episode was originally marketed under the tagline "Hot Mamas".
- This is the third episode of Charmed directed by James L. Conway. He previously directed "Valhalley of the Dolls (Part 2)". His next episode is "It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World (Part 2)".
- This is the only episode of Charmed written by Julie Auerbach, credited here as Julie Hess. She will go on to become an executive producer and writer on the TV series Paranormal State.
See also Edit
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