When Phoebe has a terrifying premonition of Prue being stabbed to death, Prue takes the drastic step of saying an incantation to multiply her strength and the spell surprisingly results in the creation of two additional Prues to fight the enemy, a reincarnated ancient Lord of War.
Meanwhile, Piper and Phoebe try to wean Prue from her selfish and headstrong habit of always taking matters into her own hands, while Phoebe vents her aggression with a martial arts training program. Bernie Kopell guest-stars as Earl, a suspicious medical examiner who drops a bombshell on Andy.
original airdate--March 3,1999 rating--5.1 million
Songs:Charmed Theme song--How Soon is Now by Love Spit Love
Telekinesis: Used by Prue several times.
Molecular Immobilization: Used by Piper to freeze Gabriel.
Premonition: Used by Phoebe to see Gabriel attacking twice.
Calling: Gabriel called for his sword thrice. First when he attacked Prue at his estate, second after he killed his sister, and thirdly after his sword had pierced Phoebe's training dummy.
Power Absorption: Gabriel absorbed the powers of those he stabbed through his sword
Soul Absorption: Used by Gabriel to absorb the soul of Luther Stubbs.
Immunity: The Lord of War possessed immunity against all weapons of mankind.
Magical Beings: Gabriel Statler,Brianna Bowen
Artifacts: Crystal Sword: Used by the Lord of War.
Goofs: When Phoebe asks Andy what color sweater the first dead Prue was wearing, Andy says, "I think the report said pink." Why would he say this if he saw the body himself?
Trivia: The music playing after the show's theme song (while aerial shots of the city are shown), is the song "Teardrop" by the group Massive Attack. This same song, became the theme music for the television show "House M.D."
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