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Recaplet: Prue Art Little
Well, I guess someone wrote Spelling Productions asking for another show featuring cheap, mini-ninja special effects, because here it is. Prue started the ep bigger than her britches as usual because she finally provided a cover photo for No. magazine, and the staff was going to throw a big fete to celebrate. As. If. But a Lesson-of-the-Day warlock (played by Jason Bateman, who should stop sharing agents with his sister) cursed her into becoming her own Mini-Me, and wackiness ensued. While Prue -- and by extension, Shannen -- was discovering the meaning of the word hubris, Piper started screwing up her good thing with Leo again by pulling the idea that he was preparing a marriage proposal straight out of her ass, and Phoebe cast a Nerd Stalker-B-Gone spell on Walt from Newsradio, then tried to recant it once she figured out he's a hottie in the rough. Talkin' about rough, the less said about Seal's performace at P3AD, the better.
Episode 303: Freaky Feline
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Phoebe's spell to increase the power of the Halliwell sisters' "familiar," Kit the Cat, backfires and causes her to switch bodies with the family pet. Prue and Piper try to remedy their sister's new animal nature while chasing down a shape-shifting killer (Malcolm Getz) who's targeting young single women in their neighborhood.
Recaplet: Cat on a Not! Tin Roof
After the Halliwells suddenly remembered that they own a cat, Phoebe researched a "harnessing the power of your familiar" spell in the BoS, but pulled an Aunt-Clara-on-Bewitched and ended up switching brains and bodies with her pet. Instead of enjoying her new-found intelligence, Phoebe the Cat tried to channel Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns, but came off more like Henrietta Pussycat from Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. Unfortunately, the hard Ps decided not to have their sister spayed. Further unintentional laughter was provided by Richard (from the thankfully cancelled shite-com Caroline in the City) trying to play a) straight and b) a serial strangler who's menacing the houses around Halliwell Manor. But Phoebe in Mrs. Bigglesworth's body scratched his eyes out in a catfight, and the Ps and their neighbors were saved from harm, despite Owen cracking several ribs from violent guffawing.