In these two episodes Charmed finally it evolved more its plots, drawing the intentions not only of Alastair, but of Fiona, but it is the demon inside Macy that begins to leave us more intrigued.
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Now that the evil is more exposed, not even Tessa, the new whitelighter, survives, because when the girls schedule to go after Fiona to retrieve Harry, she enters the middle of the crossfire and understands that the evil is on the way, even more with the Elders being murdered.
As soon as he takes Harry out of Fiona’s clutches, they are called to protect the Elders, but Hunter sets up an ambush and ends up killing them all. Now the 3 enchanted must focus on surviving and preventing Fiona from stealing the dagger and ending the magic for good, at the same time as Alastair who dagger for the good of himself.
With only one Elder to be killed, Fiona goes to Charity and tells everything that is happening, but her sister understands that she is the only one who keeps the flame alive because she is still alive, forcing her to confront her sister and run away.
Now we have to wait and see the way Charmed will bring to conclude their season, which took a long time to show this central plot, but now it has something interesting to observe, only it is understandable that the series needs to consolidate in its first year, and so they experienced some things during the episodes.
In the drama part, Parker believes he killed his mother, while Maggie sends him away, only he doesn’t imagine it was his brother Hunter’s doing. At the same time Gavin is moving away from Macy, as she doesn’t want to give up her demonic side, and he starts to get stronger, putting the sisters at risk.
And we still had Macy, Maggie and Mel gaining weapons to enhance their powers, and they use them for the first time against Hunter, killing him for good. But Alastair ends up taking Parker to his side and turning him into a demon for good.