In 1985, the Hoff took on a time travelling Jack the Ripper at the London Bridge in Arizona. Look, it’s a lot. We had to go to AZ to unpack it all.
The Charmed Ones discover more things that hadn’t been written into the show yet, Harry makes a Pretty Woman deal with Abigael, and Carman floats past a van down by the river.
Before TNG became one of the best sci-fi series ever, it began like…this.
Macy makes a deal with Abigail to help her remove her demon powers, Maggie and Harry team up to catch a darklighter, and Mel helps. Sausages are angrily burnt, dungeons are in SD, and the fashion segment returns!
Harry is poisoned with season 2-itis, Julian reveals he’s the world’s worst superhero, and Galvin repeatedly asks what year it is. Jordan continues to astound with his unlikability. Mel exists. I think sisters were in this show at some point.
Tension rises when Ryan’s troublesome sister comes to town. Mitch is at war between being a good detective and being a creep.
Abigail returns to audible groans, Maggie helps out scum of the earth Jordan, and Mel has some bonding time with their dad. Harry appears to have taken a dumb dumb potion.
In the sequel no one was asking for, that country singer from season 4 returns to save some horses on a ranch. Meanwhile, Mitch and his new girlfriend witness a murder.
Baywatch Nights returns from a mid-season break with their first retool and some hot new cast members! A middling story ensues.
Charmed Dad isn’t as dead as the girls thought, Macy goes on a date with her own daddy of the sugar kind, and Jordan continues to bring about equal parts disgust and apathy. Phelan and I delve into why this season is so disappointing but mostly make jokes .2% of the audience will get.