#1 Still Charmed & Kicking
#2 Malice in Wonderland
#3 Run, Piper, Run
#4 Desperate Housewitches
#6 Kill Billie: Vol 1
#7 The Lost Picture Show
#8 Battle of the Hexes
#9 Hulkus Pocus
#10 Vaya Con Leos
#11 Mr. & Mrs. Witch
#12 Payback's a Witch
#13 Repo Manor
#14 12 Angry Zen
#15 The Last Temptation of Christy
#16 Engaged and Confused
#17 Generation Hex
#18 The Torn Identity
#19 The Jung and the Restless
#20 Gone with the Witches
#21 Kill Billie Vol. 2
#22 Forever Charmed
Presumed dead, the Charmed sisters start their demon-free existence with new identities brought about by a spell that altered their appearances to the outside world, but not to those closest to them. Phoebe, excited to start her new life, is surprised to see Dex Lawson (Jason Lewis), a gorgeous artist she barely knew, at her funeral and even more surprised when she has a premonition that she will marry him. Now able to have a normal family life, Piper remains paranoid that the demons will find out the sisters are still alive. Attending her funeral disguised as supermodel Janice Dickinson (guest starring as herself), Paige realizes that she spent too much time in the magic world, yet soon figures out that she can't escape her Whitelighter instincts and answers a call of a new charge - a young witch named Billie (Kaley Cuoco). James L. Conway directed the episode written by Brad Kern.
Hoping to lure the Charmed Ones out of hiding, Haas (Mykel Shannon), a young demon wanting to take over the Underworld, uses the "Alice in Wonderland" fairy tale to prey on young victims. When Billie stumbles upon his plan and tries to stop him, she becomes one of his victims. The sisters come to Billie's rescue, and realize that they can benefit from Billie's willingness and desire to fight demons. Meanwhile, Phoebe, in her new identity, decides to get to know Dex (Jason Lewis) better and learns that he was a fan of the "Ask Phoebe" column. Surprisingly, she lands a job at the paper as Phoebe's replacement with help from Dex. Paige's traffic stop leads her to enroll at the police academy so she can still help innocent people, and Piper finds that starting over and living a normal life is not as easy as she once thought. Mel Damski directed the episode written by Brad Kern.
Looking for a new career path, Piper goes on an interview with a corporate recruiter, but is soon arrested when a background check reveals that the physical appearance she adopted was that of a woman wanted for murder. The sisters set out to clear the woman's name, but are impressed when Billie is the one that comes up with the perfect plan. Meanwhile, Phoebe has a premonition that an earthquake will hit on the night of Dex's (Jason Lewis) art gallery opening. Leo hosts a kids play group at the house and is caught off guard when one of the mothers mistakes him for a single dad. Paige becomes annoyed with Billie's (Kaley Cuoco) lack of respect for the art of witchcraft. Derek Johansen directed the episode written by Cameron Litvack.
Wyatt's (Kristopher and Jason Simmons) impending school play brings out the competitive nature in Piper when her hand-sewn costume for Wyatt and her parenting ability are attacked by Mandi (Michelle Stafford), the perfect Stepford-like mother. Unbeknownst to Piper, Mandi is a demon in disguise, befriending Wyatt so that she can kidnap him to use his powers to bring back The Source and create the perfect demon family. Meanwhile, bored with learning the basics of magic but intrigued with the idea of a Magic School, Billie uses a potion to send her and Leo to the school. Once there, they realize that the school has been taken over by demons who have kidnapped Wyatt. Knowing that Phoebe feels Dex (Jason Lewis) is the one, Paige worries when she suspects he is seeing another woman, and decides to intervene. Jon Paré directed the episode written by Jeannine Renshaw.
Unaware that she is being watched, Billie jeopardizes the Charmed Ones' new lives when she uses her powers to save an innocent and is caught by Agent Murphy (Brandon Quinn) of Homeland Security, who has suspected all along that she and the "cousins" are involved in supernatural activities and that the Halliwell sisters are not dead. Meanwhile, Phoebe's overnight trip with Dex (Jason Lewis) ends in marriage when she and Dex are put under a spell by Billie. Piper and Paige organize a speed dating night at P3 to get the club back on its financial feet. Finally, the Charmed Ones and Leo permanently morph into their old identities and join forces with Agent Murphy. John Kretchmer directed the episode written by Rob Wright.
Armed and ready to vanquish, Billie inexplicably freezes and is flooded with childhood flashbacks when she sees her latest demon target, The Dogan (Eric Steinberg). Wanting to prove to the sisters that she is an asset, Billie casts a spell to erase her fears and goes after the demon. However, when the spell doesn't work, Billie opens up to the sisters and relives her painful childhood memory of the long-ago Halloween when her sister was kidnapped by a demon. Meanwhile, since announcing their involvement with Homeland Security, the sisters have been bombarded by the press. Wanting to put a stop to it, Paige turns to the Elders for help. After telling Dex (Jason Lewis) that she is a witch, Phoebe and Dex realize that their relationship is moving too fast and decide to slow things down - without the help of magic. Leo confronts Piper on being Mr. Mom. Michael Grossman directed the episode written by Elizabeth Hunter.
Wanting to get her old job back as a social worker, Paige's plan changes when her Whitelighter father, Sam (Scott Jaeck), asks for her help with his charge, JD (Jay Kenneth), a future Whitelighter, who recently re-appeared after fifty years. Paige and Sam learn that JD escaped from Vaklav (Will Snow), a demon who has kidnapped people throughout time by holding them hostage in an evil photo collage. Meanwhile, Piper and Leo go to see a magical marriage counselor who switches their bodies, forcing each to walk a mile in the other's shoes; Phoebe visits a sperm bank in hopes of finding the perfect donor to father her child; and Billie blames herself for not being able to protect JD. Jonathan West directed the episode written by Doug E. Jones and Andy Reaser.
The Charmed Ones receive an assignment from Homeland Security Agent Murphy (Brandon Quinn) to go through cold case files. Phoebe and Billie discover a belt in one file that gives Billie superpowers. Her new power begins turning the sexes on one another, so a power-hungry female demon decides to use Billie to achieve female domination. Meanwhile, Piper and Leo search for a band to play at the club and sparks fly between Paige and her new charge's parole officer, Henry (Ivan Sergei).
The help of Charmed Ones is enlisted by Agent Murphy (Brandon Quinn) when a demon escapes from the government's custody. They discover that a government-created virus is spreading amongst magical beings causing them to "hulk out." After Billie is scratched by a demon and becomes infected with the virus, Piper and Leo race against time to find an antidote to save her life. The sisters realize the only way to save Billie is to become infected with the virus and turn into "hulked out" versions of themselves. Meanwhile, Paige is put in charge of watching a baby when one of Henry's (Ivan Sergei) parolees is busted. Phoebe reflects on her failed premonition about having a baby. Joel Feigenbaum directed the episode written by Liz Sagal.
The Angel of Death (Simon Templeman) visits the Charmed Ones with a familiar name on his list - Leo. After a spell to buy Leo some time backfires, suddenly turning every guy into a Leo look-alike, Piper turns to the The Elders and The Avatars for help in trying to save him. Meanwhile, Phoebe and Billie are on the hunt for clues about Billie's missing sister and cross paths with Burke (Darren Pettie), a demonic bounty-hunter, who keeps his victims frozen like trophies. Paige turns to Henry (Ivan Sergei) for help. LeVar Burton directed the episode written by Cameron Litvack.
Billie's new theory that her sister's kidnapping was a demonic conspiracy leads her to contact victims of various magical kidnappings, including Dalvos (Sean McDermott), a partner at a powerful company who, unbeknownst to Billie, is a demon posing as a human. With the stress of trying to find her sister while her parents are visiting, Billie discovers the power of projection when she inadvertently transforms her parents into cold-blooded assassins, who are then hired by Dalvos to kill the CEO of the company. Meanwhile, Piper tries to deal with Leo being gone; Phoebe gets a bad case of writer's block; Paige finally connects with Henry (Ivan Sergei); and Billie learns that her parents never stopped searching for her sister. James L. Conway directed the episode written by Rob Wright.
Paige tries to help Henry (Ivan Sergei) get his parolee, Nick (Karl Makinen), a loan at a bank, but when the loan is denied, Nick crashes his car into the bank and holds everyone hostage. The flurry of media causes Paige and Billie to come up with a solution that does not include magic. Meanwhile, Piper and Phoebe have their hands full when Wyatt celebrates his third birthday by using his magic to make his dolls and toys come to life. Mel Danski directed the episode written by Brad Kern.
Phoebe realizes that she must move on with her life and signs a lease for a new apartment, while Paige considers moving in with Henry (Ivan Sergei), and Piper tries to maintain control after losing Leo. However, the Charmed Ones are forced to stay under the same roof-literally-when a demon kidnaps the sisters, miniaturizes them and imprisons them in a dollhouse replica of the Manor. The demon enlists the help of expert doppelgangers to channel the Power of Three and kill the Demonic Master Clan that has enslaved his demon tribe. Meanwhile, Billie continues the search for her missing sister. Derek Johansen directed the episode written by Doug E. Jones.
In searching for information about Leo, Piper discovers a message from Lo Pan (Clyde Kusatsu), a monk and keeper of a sacred Buddhist staff containing the power of influence. Lo Pan teaches Billie how to harness her power of projection to find her sister Christy. Phoebe celebrates her independence from the manor by throwing a housewarming party that gets out of control. Finally, Paige introduces Henry (Ivan Sergei) to the world of magic by taking him on an "orb-along." Jon Paré directed the episode written by Cameron Litvack.
Paige begins to realize the difficulty in dating a mortal when Henry (Ivan Sergei) tries to immerse himself in her magical world. She finds herself even more conflicted when a suitor, Sir Simon Marks (Warren Derosa), arrives hoping to convince her to marry him so they can become the ultimate magical couple. Piper also faces a romantic decision when she runs into her old flame, Greg (Jason Shaw), and begins to wonder if she is ready to put Leo's death behind her. Meanwhile, after Billie finds her missing sister, Christy (Marnette Patterson), who has been held captive by demons for several years, she and Phoebe try to help her cope. John Kretchmer directed the episode written by Rick Muirragui.
Piper organizes and engagement party for Paige and Henry (Ivan Sergei), but the wedding is put in jeopardy when the couple begins to get cold feet. Phoebe notices a strange man following her, and soon discovers that he is Cupid (Victor Webster). Meanwhile, a demon kidnaps Christy (Marne Patterson) in order to lure The Charmed Ones into attacking the Triad and prevent them from taking over the Underworld. Stuart Gillard directed the episode written by Jeannine Renshaw.
After Paige and Henry (Ivan Sergei) leave for their honeymoon, Cupid "Coop" (Victor Webster) takes Phoebe on a journey through her past romances in an attempt to revive her excitement for love. Meanwhile, a group of magical teens, who are protégés of Leo, come to the manor seeking refuge from demons that have overtaken the Magic School, forcing Piper to take charge. Billie and Christy's (Marne Patterson) parents come to town for a visit, but Christy refuses to see them in order to test Billie. Michael Grossman directed the episode written by Rob Wright.
Coop (Victor Webster) tries to find the perfect love match for Phoebe, who has to choose between a mortal or someone magical. Coop later realizes he has fallen for Phoebe, just as she decides she wants to be with a mortal. Meanwhile, Paige finds it difficult to balance married life to Henry (Ivan Sergei) and her responsibilities as a Charmed One. Piper tracks the down the demons who killed Billie and Christy's parents and interrogates them in her effort to prove they are connected to the "Ultimate Power." LeVar Burton directed the episode written by Andy Reaser.
Suspecting that Billie (Kaley Cuoco) and Christy (Marne Patterson) are the "Ultimate Power," Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) and Piper (Holly Marie Combs) begin to formulate a plan that will provide the answers they need to get Leo (Brian Krause) back. Meanwhile, Paige (Rose McGowan) saves her new charge, Mikelle (guest star Sara Downing) from two Darklighters, and Christy traps the sisters in a dreamstate in order to prove to Billie that each of their "inner-truths" are driven by selfishness. Later, Billie must decide if she will team up with Christy to dethrone The Charmed Ones. Derek Johansen directed the episode written by Cameron Litvack.
Convinced that The Charmed Ones are too self-involved to protect the "Greater Good," Billie and Christy (Marne Patterson) team up to destroy their reputations in the magical community. Calling upon her intimate knowledge of the sisters, Billie uses her spells to make the girls seem like only care about themselves. Christy, with the urging of an immortal demon, amps each spell up to dangerous levels. Phoebe obsessively lusts after Coop (Victor Webster), Paige is unable to hear her charges' calls for help, while Piper turns into a perfect 1950s housewife. When their approval rating hits rock bottom, The Charmed Ones are forced into hiding in the Underworld. Jonathan West directed the episode written by Jeannine Renshaw.
The Charmed Ones find themselves stuck in the Underworld attempting to restore the reputations that Billie and Christy (Marnette Patterson) helped tarnish. Piper sees Leo's ghost and he gives his approval for the sisters to team up with the demon Nomed. Phoebe unintentionally breaks Coop's (Victor Webster) heart and Paige offers her support. Billie, Christy and the Charmed Ones realize separately that they must conjure The Hollow, the most powerful force known to man, in order to defeat one another, leading to a devastating battle. Jon Paré directed the episode written by Brad Kern.
After the death of their respective sisters, Piper and Billie go their separate ways, both determined to get their families back together. Piper and Leo have an emotional reunion before she enlists Coop's (Victor Webster) help to travel back in time and change the events that led to the deaths of Phoebe and Paige. James L. Conway directed the episode written by Brad Kern.