Hell Hath No Fury

Season 4, Ep 3, Aired 10/11/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Paige takes the Book of Shadows into her work to cast spells which help her co-workers. Meanwhile, Piper, who is filled with anger over the death of Prue and the recent actions of Paige, is turned into a member of a supernatural band of vigilantes known as the Furies.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Holly Marie Combs

    Piper Halliwell

  • Alyssa Milano

    Phoebe Halliwell

  • Brian Krause (I)

    Leo Wyatt

  • Julian McMahon

    Cole Turner

  • Rose McGowan

    Paige Matthews

  • Fan Reviews (32)
  • Good ending to the Prue angst.

    By bbch25, Jul 02, 2015

  • Hell Hath No Fury

    By TrueTvWatcher, Apr 14, 2012

  • Piper gets furious and Paige gets betty-booped.

    By iltarion, Oct 28, 2010

  • Good riddance Prue.

    By kyomoi, Jul 29, 2007

  • Paige breaks the Golden Rule and removes the Book of Shadows from the house. Meanwhile, Piper's internal grief at the loss of Prue has alarming effects.

    By Lady_Lancaster, Feb 28, 2011

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (27)

    • Paige: I'm not the one you're mad at. I'm not the one who abandoned you. It's Prue. (Piper ties to leave the mosoleum) When my parents died, I hated them for it! It's okay to hate Prue!

    • Phoebe (describing a Banshee): Kinda trampy, feeds on pain.

    • Fury Piper (hearing her sisters' call with Cole as bait): I know where evil dwells.

    • Phoebe: If its anything like the time she became a Wendigo... Paige: A Wendi-what? Phoebe: A Wendigo... it's... kind of like a werewolf, only meaner.

    • Paige: Let the object of objection become but a dream, as I cause the seen to become unseen.

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    Notes (2)

    • International Episode Titles: Czech Republic: Peklo přišlo o fúrii (Hell Lost Its Fury) France: Rage et chagrin (Rage and sorrow) Italy: La furia di Piper (Piper's fury) Germany: Die drei Furien (The three furies)

    • This episode scored 5.0 million viewers.

    Trivia (22)

    • Goof: At the end of the episode, at Prue's crypt site, the bottom scratch on Paige's neck is just to the right side of her trachea. When they cut to Paige's desk, the scars are on the left side of her throat. The scratches moved well over 3 inches to the left.

    • TRIVIA: The Vanishing Spell is used for the first time in this episode. Paige uses it to clear up the skin of a friend. It is used in later episodes by each sister. Let the Object of Objection Become but a Dream As I cause the Seen To be Unseen.

      This would effectively become "Paige's spell" as she uses it again in Charmed and Dangerous, Womb Raider, and Sand Francisco Dreamin.

    • When Phoebe levitates and kicks two furies at once, the shot has a stunt double performing instead of Alyssa Milano, and she looks nothing like Alyssa Milano.

    • When Phoebe is trying to reverse Paige's backfired spell she asks Paige what word she switched demon with, but a glance at the book, the word demon is not in the karma spell, which is the spell she used.

    • When Leo and Cole are discussing Piper's irrationality, Cole compares her to Charles Bronson, who Phoebe than asks who Charles Bronson is. However, she should know since in season 2, while on a triple date with her sisters, they went to see a Bronson film, which we know because they talk about going to see his next film Death Wish.

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    Allusions (5)

    • Cole: She has no regard for her own life or anyone else's. She's Charles Bronson cubed.
      Charles Bronson is an American actor most known for his tough guy roles. In most of his roles he starred as a brutal police detective, a western gunfighter, vigilante, boxer or a Mafia hitman. He was blunt, physically powerful, and had a look of danger well-suited to such roles.

    • Phoebe: Every Tom, Dick, and Beelzebub.
      Beelzebub is another name for the devil and the phrase "Every Tom, Dick and Harry" is used as a way to say "Every guy".

    • Phoebe: Okay, what did you do just before you turned into Betty Boop?
      This is a reference to the famous cartoon character "Betty Boop", known for her sexy appearance.

    • Title: Hell Hath No Fury
      "Hell Hath no fury like a woman scorned" is a famous line from William Congreve's play, The Mourning Bride. Ironically the line is used in Kevin Smith's film Mallrats, Brodie says "Hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn for Sega" to explain why he was dumped by Renee, played by Shannen Doherty.

    • Title: Hell Hath No Fury
      The title is from a poem, "The Mourning Bride" by William Congreve: "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned."

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