"Charmed" is one of the best shows of the 90s/early 2000s.
The adventures of the Halliwell sisters are wild, badass, and fun.
Phoebe gets a vision and draws two Chinese characters. She places a newspaper in Tony Wong's hands, the headline clearly reading TONY WONG FOUND DEAD. Tony Wong gets Piper's license plate number as she and Mark drive away. The car almost hits him, but Phoebe tackles him and pushes him out of the way.
Piper slips the photo into Andy's interoffice mail. Piper and Mark share a moment before two of Tony Wong's thugs break into the manor and drag Piper off. Yama tries to claim Mark, but the Charmed Ones bar this action way.
Piper leaves and Mark pursues her; she doesn't believe him until a bicyclist rides right through him. Prue walks away angry and flings a cart into his path. Yama unfreezes and lowers his lance, but Mark and Piper are gone. He apologizes for not telling Prue about his ex-wife. Mark gives her the Chinese translation of what Piper needs to say to her.
Mark tells Piper that his body must be found before Yama catches him and takes him to Hell. Piper is unwilling to tell Mark's mother that he is dead.
She's somewhat the peace maker, she's always worried about something.
star Holly Marie Combs has been fairly outspoken about her thoughts on the upcoming CW reboot and is speaking out again, this time in response to an article which she believes misrepresented her comments on the new series.
Reboots also do better when they listen to a still passionate fan base which is what it’s all about, isn’t it? The reboot will air on Sunday nights at 9 PM this fall on The CW.
Andy offers Prue a birthday present, except her birthday is next week. Mark, a young Chinese man, is celebrating his birthday.
S4E17 Nothing too radical or amusing happens in this episode, but it's a great near-end episode.