Season 4 Episode 3

Hell Hath No Fury

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 11, 2001 on The WB

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  • The Furious One

    Hell Hath No Fury-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.

    Another solid episode that sees the sisters continuing to live their lives without Prue, while Paige has a little too much fun trying to understand her new powers. While it would be expected that Paige would first us her powers for personal gain, the magical hijinks kinda got over-the-top when Paige's boobs become the size of melons! It's funny for like 5 seconds, then you just wish they would just get rid of them already.

    The real story is Piper once again, and it's great that the writers still have her grieving. Her one woman mission against the demon world is done well throughout raging from hilarious to painful as Piper is letting her pain get to her so much that it's getting other people hurt in the process. Piper's transformation into a Fury is entertianing and the Furies themselves are decent modernized version of the Greek mythology. The scene where they attack the manor is suspenseful as Phoebe tries to be honest with Piper and confesses any problems they might have between them. Then of course, Paige is trying to use her power, but is still incompetent when using them. Surprisingly, Paige does save the day in the end as she reveals what the source of Piper's pain. It's a heartbreaking revelation that Piper hates Prue for leaving her and Holly Marie Combs gives yet another powerful performance as well as Rose McGowan who is also superb in that scene. The scene at the end where Piper and Paige finally find common ground is well done, especiallyt Piper finally accepting Paige as her sister when she reveals to Paige's boss they are sisters. All and All, "Hell Hath No Fury" is a furiously good episode with more great performances and a solid plot despite the lame hijinks of Paige's sub-plot.
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