|"Witch Way Now?"|
Season 4, Episode 22
|Airdate||May 16th, 2002|
|Producer||James L. Conway; Jonathan Levin; Nell Scovell; Jon Paré; Brad Kern; Aaron Spelling; E. Duke Vincent; Peter Chomsky; Daniel Cerone|
|Starring||Alyssa Milano; Rose McGowan; Holly Marie Combs; Brian Krause; Julian McMahon; Dorian Gregory|
|Next||"A Witch's Tail (Part 1)"|
"Witch Way Now?" is the twenty-second episode of season four of the supernatural fantasy series Charmed and the eighty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was written and directed by executive producer Brad Kern. It first aired on the WB Network on Thursday, May 16th, 2002 at 8:00 pm. In this episode, the Angel of Destiny appears in Halliwell Manor and offers to remove the Charmed Ones' magic powers as a reward for defeating the Source of All Evil.
Principal Cast Edit
|Alyssa Milano||Phoebe Halliwell|
|Rose McGowan||Paige Matthews|
|Holly Marie Combs||Piper Halliwell|
|Brian Krause||Leo Wyatt|
|Julian McMahon||Cole Turner|
|Dorian Gregory||Darryl Morris|
Guest Stars Edit
|Dakin Matthews||Angel of Destiny|
|Leslie Grossman||Phoebe's assistant|
|Bruce Campbell||FBI agent Jackman|
|Gwen Stewart||TV psychic|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is rated TV-PG.
- This episode is production code number 4301088.
- This is the final episode of season four.
- This episode has been made available on disc six of the Charmed: The Complete Fourth Season DVD collection. It has also been made available on the Charmed: The Complete Series collection.
- This is actress Leslie Grossman's first work in the supernatural fantasy genre.
- Actor Bruce Campbell is best known for playing the role of one-handed ass-kicker Ash Williams in the Evil Dead multimedia franchise.
- Actress Samantha Shelton also played a Los Angeles based magazine editor in the 2007 film Rise: Blood Hunter.
- This is actress Gwen Stewart's first work in the supernatural fantasy genre. She will go on to play a character named Mrs. Stewart in the "Almost Home" episode of True Blood in 2014.
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- Cole Turner: I'm a demon with a soul, Phoebe. It's rather unique to the cosmos.
- Piper Halliwell: You can't just freeze the whole world and come in here and drop a bombshell like that and expect a quick decision.
- Paige Matthews: How am I meant to distract those guys without using magic?
- Piper Halliwell: Well, you'll just have to use some of your God-given magic [unbuttons Paige's blouse]
- Phoebe Halliwell: You're pregnant!
- Piper Halliwell: Who's pregnant?
- Phoebe Halliwell: *You're* pregnant!
- Piper Halliwell: I'm pregnant?
- Piper Halliwell: Okay, in case anyone is wondering, we are officially screwed.
- Cole Turner: This is the Wasteland, where all vanquished demons end up. The beast feeds on their essence, their powers.
- Phoebe Halliwell: So what are you dong here?
- Cole Turner: Hanging on to our love.
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