Charmed Season 2: 6 major moments from Episode 2

Charmed -- "Things to Do in Seattle When You're Dead" -- Image Number: CMD202a_0185b.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Madeleine Mantock as Macy and Rupert Evans as Harry -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.
Charmed -- "Things to Do in Seattle When You're Dead" -- Image Number: CMD202a_0185b.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Madeleine Mantock as Macy and Rupert Evans as Harry -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved. /
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Charmed — “Things to Do in Seattle When You’re Dead” — Image Number: CMD202a_0059b.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Rupert Evans as Harry, Sarah Jeffery as Maggie, and Melonie Diaz as Mel — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.
Charmed — “Things to Do in Seattle When You’re Dead” — Image Number: CMD202a_0059b.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Rupert Evans as Harry, Sarah Jeffery as Maggie, and Melonie Diaz as Mel — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved. /

5. Maggie learns the truth about the man she called Dad

It’s hard to argue with Mel’s logic on the reason she hates her father, but it’s also hard to argue with Maggie’s. Sure, their father (well, the man Maggie believed was her father for so long) may have been a deadbeat, but there were some good moments in their lives. Maggie has some positive memories of him.

In the end, it turned out that their dad hadn’t done anything. Mel had been the one covering up for him the whole time. She’d tried to protect Maggie from the truth, and now it was time to tell Maggie everything.

It was a sweet sisterly moment. There were certainly moments that reminded me of Classic Charmed, but at the same time, the daughters with daddy issues is a common trope, so it’s not exactly all that surprising it was used.

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4. Mel is struggling without the witch part of her identity

Since learning she is a witch, Mel has made it part of her identity. I don’t blame her for doing that, but it all led to this point. Now that Mel is without her powers and unable to do protect witches and innocents, she’s struggling with what to do.

Fortunately, she finds a way to help in a way. Her ability to make potions is still there. She can also cast spells. I get the feeling these two parts of being a witch will continue to play a role until the three find a way to get their witchy powers back.

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3. Charmed still hasn’t stepped away from all demons being dressed in black

I’ve got to make this mark. Honestly, what is it with TV shows following this trope? Classic Charmed has this problem, too.

If you’re ever wondering who the demons are, just look at the way they’re dressed. Demons are always dressed in black. Hey, Macy looked confident (expect her expression at times), businesslike, and powerful, but she was still all in black. If it wasn’t black, the demons were in dark red.

Can we just have demons that blend in well with the rest of the world? A white pantsuit would be an excellent change, making it a little harder to tell and giving the actors a real chance to show through expressions, demeanor, and more that they’re demons.