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.
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.
Watch out, everyone, sexism is over! When Prue is turned into a man, the Cranberries help her understand how the other half lives. A creepy sweaty Alyssa Milano fetishist cameos.
When the Angel of Death comes for Leo, Piper hatches a plan to make every guy in the world Leo so she can be needlessly mean to all of them. Along the way we meet a strange demon in a turtleneck and cape, Paige goes on a punishment date, and we imagine Leo’s head on […]
Maggie and Parker are getting married but their perfect Beyonce/Jay-Z wedding is ruined when he goes into an apple mania. Mel turns into an Animorph and touches some magic tree sap. Jordan fights a crippling Gushers addiction. Twitter clapbacks beget Twitter clapbacks. This episode sucked and we hated it.
The show does another hasty rewrite (?), sweat is stolen (?), and we celebrate (?) the return of a beloved (?) first season character. The demon overlord Phoebe plots her vengeance.
Dark Harry makes Macy a romantic dinner while her sisters sing karaoke and get into bar fights; meanwhile Boxer Boy continues his transformation into Galvin 2.0. Phelan and I argue for way too long about whitelighter rules.
Where were you when the almond milk incident occurred? Have you checked Parker’s Insta lately? Who let the Harry out, who-who-who-who-who? Anyone’s dreams could come true on America’s Got Talent.
Macy, Mel, and Abigail take down the demon patriarchy while Harry uncovers a super unsurprising secret about his dark half. Maggie has an office.
Mel and Harry visit Van Gogh world and learn about Etsy pages, Macy meets a mysterious and obvious villain, and Maggie, most importantly, has an important job interview.