Marry-Go-Round-As Phoebe prepares for her wedding day, she is completely unaware that the Source has taken over Cole's body, a plot that will likely ruin the big event. Meanwhile, when the Seer tells the Source that if he can marry Phoebe in the "dark way", it will insure that their future son will be the most powerful, evil being ever.
While not nearly as emotional as Piper and Leo's wedding in "Just Harried", "Marry-Go-Round" is surprising more entertaining with all the wedding and demonic hijinks throughout on the day of Phoebe and Cole's wedding. The whole cast is great throughout when dealing with the unexpected twists that come about when Cole and Seer plan to stop the wedding. Cole and the Seer are already making for an incredible due of villains with their evil plans against the Charmed. It's great to see Julian playing evil again as his always stronger when Cole is menacing. Debbit Morgan also continues to shine as the Seer bringing such class and presence to Charmed not yet seen before.
Once again, the wedding hijinks was hilarious with Phoebe nearly killing Paige at every turn when something went wrong, with her dress being too big, the wrong name tag, and of course, the horrific sores on his face. The sisterly banter was so too funny with Paige and Phoebe going at it about her wedding day, making the situation feeling a bit surreal. Then when Phoebe becomes invisible thanks to Paige trying to use a spell to help Phoebe was priceless. The only downside is rapper Coolio as the Lazarus demon. I'm glad the writers game him only a few lines, as watching him attempt to act was painful to watch. I really loved the climax of the episode when Cole's identity is almost revealed to everyone but he cleverly makes himself out to be the Seer all this time and tricks everyone to believe Cole was captured by the Seer. Cole and Phoebe's wedding ceremony provide some the darkest moments from Charmed as now Phoebe is unknowingly married to the Source of all evil. All and All, "Marry-Go-Round" is a stellar episode full of both humorous moments as well as dark.