MpB Your mom yeah bitch Visit Past Generation Toys
Home Toys Entertainment Lifestyle Message Board
save this link to Save this page
web MPb
Start here
Video Games 
video podcastVideo Podcast 
Greeting Cards 
About MPb 
TV Shows

Click here to buy from
Click to buy from
Charmed: Season 6

Review by Princess of Power

Hooray for more Charmed! This sixth season has some of my favorite episodes. I'll spill a family secret, out of all of the episodes of Charmed, this season's two-part opener "Valhalla of the Dolls" is Mr. Stinkhead's favorite. [Ed note: as in the favorite toe you like to have nailed to a board...] Between the sisters flaunting the sexy leather Valkyrie outfits, the other Valkyrie's in their leather outfits, and Leo-as-gladiator, kicking a little ass. We've always liked Leo around here, but he registers heavily on the ninny-pie side of the spectrum. But after spending five weeks as a gladiator, he has stopped taking shit from anyone.

Ok, besides that episode, there are many other things I dig about this season in particular. First off, it's great seeing Grams playing a bigger role. I love the episode Witchstock where Paige goes back in time and encountes Grams as a hippy. That episode is pretty funny.

I also like seeing the character of Wyatt growing older. A lot of sitcoms milk the baby character for awhile and then instantly age them to a young child, avoiding the difficult toddler years. Not so with Wyatt. He's also growing "magically" in his abilities. In Forget Me...Not Wyatt lets a dragon loose on the city. This is a cool all-out action episode that also features the sisters "outting" their abilities on TV.

In the episode Witch Wars, the sisters find themselves on a demonic reality show, where every move is being filmed and transmitted into a show that hordes of Demons get together to watch. It was interesting to see this spin put on the overall story.

We also get to see a lot more of Magic School in this season. Though heavily inspired by Hogwart's from Harry Potter, it does allow the characters to get away from the Manor a bit, yet keep some consistancy.

We also really get to know whitelighter-from-the-future Chris a bit more. Now that we've seen the entire story arch, seeing these introductory episodes where they don't clearly define what his motives are, is a bit interesting. Mr. Stinkhead believes that the writers made up the whole thing as they went along however.

Only two more seasons to go. I recommend this one, the sixth, particularly if you're a completist, or just a fan of the show. You can buy this six disc set from

Review ©2006

Click for great savings Site Map Copyright 2002 Age Owns Productions

[Home | Message Board | Contact Us | Contests | Toys | Entertainment | Lifestyle | Xevoz | Minimates | MOTU | LEGO | Designer Vinyl | Playmobil | Kaiju | BBQ | Toy Fair 2007]