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Charmed Episode Guide
Season 2

Episode #23 (Season Premier), "Witch Trial"
Original US Air Date, 30 September ‘99

On their anniversary of becoming witches Prue, Piper and Phoebe face a bizarre demon who pulls the Book of Shadows into another dimension and begins reversing each spell, causing vanquished demons to return and slowly erasing the sisters powers. In the midst of all this Piper is trying to open her new nightclub - P3.

Episode #24, "Morality Bites"
Original US Air Date, 7 October ‘99
Phoebe has a horrifying premonition of her own execution. The sisters cast a one-time-only spell to go to the future and change Phoebe's fate catapulting all three into the bodies of their future selves. Piper finds she has a lovely daughter and a failed marriage to Leo. Prue, a leather-clad blonde with lots of money and power, has little love in her life. Meanwhile, Phoebe learns she used her witchcraft to kill a man who was a brutal murderer. Using her witchcraft to punish the guilty has cost more than her own life, it has also spurred a powerful politician to turn the incident into a futuristic witch-hunt for all witches.

Episode #25, "The Painted World"
Original US Air Date, 14 October ‘99
Prue discovers someone trapped within a painting at the auction house and unwittingly repeats the Latin spell hidden under the picture casting her into another dimension with a man who's been stuck there for 70 years! Meanwhile, Piper asks their new neighbor for help renovating her new night club and Phoebe secretly casts a smart spell to help her compete for a new job.

Episode #26, "The Devil's Music"
Original US Air Date, 21 October ‘99
Piper books special musical guest star Dishwalla at her night club only to learn that the band's manager (guest star Larry Holden) has made his own evil arrangement. Prue, Piper and Phoebe find out the band's manager has made a demonic deal to trade female groupies in exchange for fame and notoriety.

Episode #27, "She's A Man, Baby, A Man!"
Original US Air Date, 4 November ‘99

The Halliwell sisters realize that Phoebe's bizarre dreams about murdering men are connected to a demon femme fatale called a Succubus who is really killing men and draining their testosterone to reproduce. Prue unwittingly casts a spell to catch the demon and turns into a guy! Posing as bait for the man-killer, Prue goes by the name Manny. Soon the Succubus zeros in on Prue, who finds her maleness has rendered her powerless to the demon's feminine charms.

Episode #28, "That Old Black Magic"
Original US Air Date, 11 November ‘99
A trio of film students are the victims of a heart-stealing evil witch(guest star Brigid Brannagh)who escapes from over 200 years of entombment hunting for her magical scepter. Leo returns to help get the staff into the hands of the only person who can use the wand for good, The Chosen One, and bumps into Piper with her new love interest, Dan. Trying to put the awkwardness aside Leo, Piper and Phoebe find the Chosen One who turns out to be a reluctant teenager named Kyle while Prue stumbles across the magical scepter.

Episode #29, "They're Everywhere"
Original US Air Date, 18 November ‘99
Prue and Piper give in to their fears that the men in their lives may be Warlocks and cast a mind-reading spell to find out the truth. Meanwhile, a group of brain-zapping Warlocks called "Collectors" are after a young man, Eric (guest star Greg Mehlman), who has translated ancient tablets that contain all historical events in the past and future. Eric destroys the actual stone tablets, limiting the knowledge to his own mind and becoming prey to the "Collectors" who want the power of the tablets.

Episode #30, "P3 H20"
Original US Air Date, 9 December ‘99

Don't go near the water. The Halliwell sisters face the truth about their mother's death years before when they revisit the long-closed summer camp and lake where she mysteriously drowned. Prue, Piper and Phoebe witness two more present-day violent drownings and meet Sam (guest star Scott Jaeck), a homeless man who they find out was once their mother's White Lighter.

Episode #31, "Ms. Hellfire"
Original US Air Date, 13 January ‘00

When the Charmed Ones barely escape an attempt on their lives by a mysterious hit woman known only as "Ms. Hellfire," Prue assumes the assassin's identity in order to find out who hired her. While Piper and Phoebe race against time to protect the next potential target on the hit list Prue's undercover work gets her entangled with a ruthless criminal (guest star Antonio Sabato, Jr.) who ultimately leads the Halliwell sisters to a confrontation with their old enemy, Barbas (guest star Billy Drago).

Episode #32, "Heartbreak City"
Original US Air Date, 20 January ‘00

A dateless Phoebe comes to the aid of Cupid (guest star Michael Reilly Burke) when a demon of hate named Drazi (guest star Clayton Rohner) steals Cupid’s powerful love ring and sets out to destroy all his recent love matches. Cupid's future looks bleak as he watches the couples he's paired go from loving mates to sparring enemies and the bad vibes are spreading into the relationships of the Charmed Ones.

Episode #33, "Reckless Abandon"
Original US Air Date, 27 January ‘00

Detective Morris puts his job on the line when he allows Phoebe to take a seemingly abandoned baby home so the Charmed Ones can protect him from a vengeful ghost Phoebe has seen in a terrifying vision. When Prue and Piper discover that the ghost has systematically been killing off the men in the family, they ask the matriarch (guest star Stephanie Beacham, "Sunset Beach") to help find the reason for the murders before the baby boy meets the same fate.

Episode #34, "Awakened"
Original US Air Date, 3 February ‘00

When Piper suddenly comes down with a mysterious and life-threatening illness that appears incurable, Prue and Phoebe ignore the code which prevents witches from using spells for personal gain and cure Piper with an "Awakening spell." The spell has an unfortunate side effect of spreading the dangerous disease to other patients in the hospital. Determined to save innocent lives, Piper puts her own life in danger insisting her sisters help her reverse the spell and in doing so puts Leo’s very existence on the line.

Episode #35, "Animal Pragmatism"
Original US Air Date, 10 February ‘00

Warner Bros. recording artist Janice Robinson guest stars on this Valentine's Day episode where Phoebe's new college buddies use a book of spells to turn a pig, snake and rabbit into 24 hour manly dates. Their romantic intentions turn scary when the former beasts begin attacking innocent students and plot against their creators to maintain their two-legged status. When Phoebe attempts to reverse the spell, all the patrons turn into animals!

Episode #36, "Pardon My Past"
Original US Air Date, 17 February ‘00
Phoebe is haunted by her past life as a devious witch back in the roaring 1920's and casts a spell to visit her past life finding Piper married to Dan and Prue a successful photographer. Phoebe is horrified to find out she was seduced by an immortal Warlock named Anton to destroy Prue and Piper. The eerie attacks on Phoebe's present life were brought on by a curse that Prue and Piper cast on Phoebe in her past life destroying her in 1924 and all future lives. Phoebe's only hope is to find an enchanted necklace that can protect her from the curse, but, when she goes back in time to retrieve it she becomes trapped.

Episode #37, "Give Me A Sign"
Original US Air Date 24 February ‘00

The criminal mastermind, Bane Jessup (guest star Antonio Sabato Jr.), returns rekindling the sparks between him and Prue. When Bane narrowly escapes an attack by a powerful demon named Litvack (guest start Steve Railsback) he kidnaps Prue planning on forcing her to use her powers to save him from certain death.

Episode #38, "Murphy's Luck"
Original US Air Date 30 March ‘00
Prue gets her first professional assignment photographing "the unluckiest woman in San Francisco" (guest star Amy Adams), but the photo shoot turns into a rescue when Prue realizes the woman is so tormented by her run of bad luck that she's willing to end her own life. When Prue learns the woman's string of tragic events are actually the work of a Darklighter (guest star Arnold Vosloo) Prue soon becomes his next tormented victim.

Episode #39, "How To Make A Quilt Out of Americans"
Original US Air Date 6 April ‘00

Prue, Piper and Phoebe are visited by an old family friend, Aunt Gail (guest star Anne Haney, "Mrs. Doubtfire"). Aunt Gail asks the Charmed Ones to help stop a demon named Cryto (guest star Cameron Bancroft, "Beverly Hills, 90210") who steals the skin from corpses. The Halliwell sisters then learn that their Aunt has betrayed them, trading their powers for eternal youth and beauty.

Episode #40, "Chick Flick"
Original US Air Date 20 April ‘00

The Halliwell sisters battle a demon of illusions who begins terrorizing the area by bringing horror film characters to life. While releasing celluloid villains the demon accidental releases Phoebe's favorite film hero, Billy (guest star Chris Payne Gilbert), who remains in black and white. Enjoying his new found ability to bring psycho killers from the screen to the real world, the demon sends an ace murderer and knife-wielding corpse to kill Prue, Piper and Phoebe.

Episode #41, "Ex Libris"
Original US Air Date 27 April ‘00

Piper is interrupted from her excitement of booking Musical Guest Star The Goo Goo Dolls at the night club by Dan who informs her that Leo has a wife. While Piper discovers Leo has secrets, Phoebe is trying to help Charlene (guest star Rebecca Cross), the ghost of a fellow student who was killed by a demon known as Libris (guest star Scott Lincoln) who wanted to stop the publication of Charlene's thesis proving the existence of evil.

Episode #42, "Astral Monkeys"
Original US Air Date 4 May ‘00

A doctor (guest star Matthew Glave) who treated Piper when she was dangerously ill has been trying to uncover the reason for her miraculous and magical recovery. The doctor accidentally acquires the powers of all three Halliwell sisters during a blood transfusion and begins using his powers to harvest organs from innocent victims in a desperate effort to save his own dying sister.

Episode #43, "Apocalypse, Not"
Original US Air Date 11 May ‘00

Musical guest star Paula Cole performs at the club as Prue gets into a battle with a strange supernatural man that sends her into another dimension. While Piper, Phoebe and Leo try to discover what's happened they learn that the evil she's trapped with is one of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse who's destiny is to bring about the end of the world. Piper and Phoebe and Leo discover that the only way to rescue Prue is to work together with the three remaining horseman which in turn would bring about the end of the world.

Episode #44 Season Finale, "Be Careful What You Witch For"
Original US Air Date 18 May ‘00

A fast-talking genie (guest star French Stewart, "3rd Rock From the Sun") grants each Halliwell sister a wish in exchange with an infernal evil counsel to set him free. Prue's wish for the thrill of first love turns her into a rebellious and powerless 17-year-old, Phoebe's wish for an active power propels her to flight and Piper's wish that Dan get over her turns him into a dying old man. The adventure soon turns sour when Prue is attacked and killed by a dragon demon who is in cohoots with the genie. Even Leo's healing powers can't bring Prue back to life. How can the remaining powerless sisters reverse the wishes and return everything back to normal ? 

This episode was directed by Shannen Doherty.


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