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  • Octo Seven
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 37

    My god this show sucks. But I enjoy watching it being dissected. 

  • likalaruku
    likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
    Comments: 934

    Great reviews. Keep em coming.

  • thedeadhalo
    thedeadhalo
    CUUUUT
    Comments: 69

    I’ll be honest, the only part of this show that drew an emotion from me was a garfield clock that ate kids. Scared the shit out of me.

  • Radelta
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 13

    All the ladies on the title card look like the exact same person, except for Lupa who is asian for some reason (?). Still, the video itself was interesting.

  • wolflewis
    Old Man
    Comments: 3

    Lupa you should review A Talking Cat?!

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-h-KpG2tHM

  • SpikeGhost
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 12

    Great reviews so far, really funny and true, everything is true.

    • Snap Reviewer
      NewbieDotCom.Com
      Comments: 15

      Actually she made a few mistakes in her reviews. And honestly in some of the things she says she seems to search for things to talk about and ignores things the episodes themselves explain or she exaggerates somethings over other points. In Lupa’s defense her mistakes are somewhat minor and don’t effect her main criticisms, but still they’re still flaws regardless.

      Like in this Season for example she missed a few things.

       

      For example Prue’s “Cream transporting power” wasn’t a separate power, but rather an extension of her Telekinesis power. It’s called “Telematerialization” which is the power to transport liquids with your mind.

       

      Also Prue does grieve over Andy’s death in the first episode of Season 2 called “Witch Trial” the whole episode is about Prue holding back in fighting a demon called “Abaraxas” who stole the Book of Shadows from another plane through their house. It explains it’s been a couple of months since Andy’s death and Prue spends the whole episode grieving over Andy.

      Also the people who summoned “French Stewart Genie” wasn’t the Triad they were a group of members called “The Infernal Council”

      They have similarities to “The Traid” but they are not the Traid. The episode is the season finale “Be Careful What Your Witch For”

      Here’s the Proof on Charmed Wiki: http://charmed.wikia.com/wiki/The_Infernal_Council

  • Arrowny
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 11

    Oh God that one girl looks like Lindsay Ellis!

  • Snap Reviewer
    NewbieDotCom.Com
    Comments: 15

    There were some mistakes Lupa made in this season. For example Prue’s “cream transporting power” wasn’t a separate power but rather an extension of her Telekinesis power. The power is called “Telematerialization” Prue got this once she got her power.

    Also Prue does grieve over Andy in the first episode of Season 2 called “Witch Trial” the whole episode is about Prue holding back in fighting a demon called “Abraxas” who stole the Book of Shadows from another plane within their house. It explains it’s been a couple of months sense Andy’s death and Prue spends the episode grieving over Andy, she even has a scene where she’s crying because she couldn’t save Andy.

    Also those guys who summoned “French Stewart Genie” were not the Triad, they were another group called “The Infernal Council” look it up on the Charmed Wiki. http://charmed.wikia.com/wiki/The_Infernal_Council  the episode is the Season finale “Be Careful what you Witch For”

    The Infernal Council is very similar to and sometimes confused with the Triad, who were introduced in the following season. 

    Another Council appeared near the end of Season 4 during Cole Turner’s coronation as the Source of All Evil and during the coronation of the Seer. Many demon councils and their leaders were present for the latter, possibly including the Infernal Council. All these demons were vanquished along with the Seer.