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  • #1

    GC (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 08:50)

    So what happened guys?

  • #2

    power of three (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 09:36)

    what happened and what powers are used?

  • #3

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:23)

    The only power used is premonition.

  • #4

    charming (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:28)

    beaming - coop
    telepathic suggestion - coop
    premonition - phoebe
    fading (or some form of ghost teleportation) - cole
    fading - Patty

    and a cupid spell that created cupids was casted

  • #5

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:30)

    **The only Charmed power used was Phoebe's premonition. My bad.

  • #6

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:57)


    Coop is at a funeral. I believe a young girl has died, and I think Coop collected her soul. Coop then beams to the Temple, where a female Cupid named Kama greets him. Kama says Coop is the only father on her cupid payroll. Kama talks about how Coop hasn't been focusing on his cupid job lately, and they talk some more. Then Coop releases the young girl's soul into a pool, where I believe she will be a cupid later in life. Coop then goes home to Phoebe where Coop talks about how he wishes P.J. could meet his side of the family, but Phoebe says she thinks that ship sailed over 200 years ago. Phoebe definitely wants to find out more about Coop's family, so the next day at the Bay Mirror she asks Elise how to search for people, "who haven't really been born", on the internet. Elise says that magic is new to her, but she says if Phoebe is having trouble finding out this information it probably means she should be doing her job instead of looking that up. Elise attempts to hand her a newspaper with an article on the cover, which she wants Phoebe to do her next column on, but it mysteriously falls out of her hands. Elise asks Phoebe if the newspaper is haunted, and then Phoebe picks it up and gets a premonition. It's Coop's mother clutching him when he was just born, and she is crying, and then on the cover of the paper it says the senator's daughter, Bree Holcombe is going to be marrying Mitchell 'Coop'ersmith tomorrow. Phoebe asks Elise if she thinks Coop is related to the Coopersmith's and she says its worth a look. She tries to look up the Coopersmiths on the computer but it keeps freezing, and then the plug mysteriously comes out of the wall, shutting the computer down. Cole is in the background doing all of this but no one can see him because he has some kind of aura making him invisible. Cole doesn't want Phoebe to find out more about Coop.

    The next scene is Paige, Phoebe and Piper at Halliwell's restaurant. Piper is ecstatic because Phoebe managed to get the senator's daughter, Bree and Mitchell's rehearsal dinner at her restaurant. Phoebe then reveals to Piper and Paige that she thinks Coop might be related to Bree's fiancee, Mitchell Coopersmith. Paige is skeptical and sarcastically asks if Phoebe thinks the Coopersmith's will notice their resemblance to Coop. Phoebe just really wants Coop to find some of his family, even if they are really distant.

  • #7

    charming (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:04)

    just a small note. Coop made the dead little girl's soul a cupid. Cupids technically are dead babies that cupids take and make then cupids, it is implied by kama that there is a cupid nursery too. He cast a spell with Kama and created a winged new cupid baby

  • #8

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:07)


    Coop then tries to get into the restaurant where Phoebe, Paige and Piper are, but Cole is invisible and is blocking him from getting into the restaurant. Coop goes in the back way and tells Piper to get Leo to check the restaurant doors because they are stuck. Coop then asks Phoebe what is the emergency, so I'm guessing Phoebe told Coop that it was urgent to get to Halliwell's but they didn't show them talking about that. But Phoebe says no emergency and she introduces Coop to his distant family (maybe). THIS IS THE MISSING PAGE, SO JUST GO BACK AND READ IT ON THE HOMEPAGE, AND COME BACK...

    This next scene is outside with Mitchell and Coop. Coop is helping Mitchell get the cake that Bree didn't want them to have at the wedding, but he wants to have it at the rehearsal dinner because it is a tradition. Mitchell then asks Coop "How can I marry someone who doesn't appreciate my family's (Coopersmith) traditions? This is where Coop gives love advice, which is perfect because he is a Cupid. Coop says "A cake is not a marriage, neither is a wedding. At the end of the day, all that matters is how you and Bree feel about each other." Coop goes on to tell him that it is just cold feet.

  • #9

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:18)


    When Coop and Mitchell bring in the cake, Mitchell's parents argue because it turned out that the cake (which is ugly) is the same one they had at their wedding and it ruined there wedding and caused a commotion, I'm guessing because of its uglyness. Bree goes onto to say that she would never have that ugly cake at her wedding, but at the rehearsal dinner is fine, and if it makes Mitchell happy, she's happy.

    The next day, Phoebe and Coop are talking at their condo about how good the party was and that the cake tasted better than it looked. Coop says it was nice getting to know the people that could be his family, but it wasn't worth breaking the rules over. (that's what Coop said word for word, but i dont know how they broke the rules) Phoebe says whats the big deal and that atleast he got to meet them. Then Cole pops up behind Phoebe, still invisible, and he touches her head. Phoebe gets a premonition of the wedding, where everyone is arguing and fighting (especially mitchell's parents), and it isn't going good. Phoebe comes out of the premonition and asks Coop if he would like to go to a wedding. (to stop the commotion obviously).

    The next day, The Charmed Ones and Coop are outside of the chapel where Bree and Mitchell are getting married. Piper asks how they are going to get into the ceremony without looking like stalkers, and Phoebe points out that nobody will notice because of all the commotion. Coop then says they have to do something. So Coop tries to get into the church, but something is blocking him. It's Cole. Phoebe says she thought cupids were allowed to be in churches, and coop says they are. Cole keeps blocking Coop's way, so Phoebe says it might be a job for the Charmed Ones, and Cole lets them in the church easily without blocking them.

  • #10

    charming (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:21)

    coop says he broke the rules cause he used his powers on mitchell coopersmith which is a distant relative. Coop and generally Cupids are not allowed to use their powers to their family

  • #11

    sephjames (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:26)

    I'm really confused on the rest of the issue, so someone smarter should explain it. lol. I don't want to confuse other people.

  • #12

    charming (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:40)

    the charmed ones spread inside the church to help the wedding from being destroyed. Coop tries to find another way to enter the church, he goes behind the church. Kama is there and tell him to stop trying to find more about his family and focus more on his cupid side. At this moment Bree Holcombe (the bride) storms out of the church's back dour crying. Coop talks to her about love and how her marriage should be (generally cupid pep talk) and Bree finds new confidence. Inside the church Phoebe uses her empathy to help Mitchell Coopersmith like Coop helped Bree. In the end the couple realise their love and despite their relatives fighting, they happily marry (for those who are buffy fans this whole marriage reminded me a lot of Xander-Anya marriage and how the families were fighting but anyways). Some days later Phoebe Coop and PJ are in a park. Coop says that he realised his real family is phoebe and Pj and Piper, Leo,Henry and Paige and the kids (and some dead other relatives) and thats enough for him. Cole spies on them (he is still invisible)Patty appears and tells cole to stop stalking Phoebe and if he wants to move on (in the afterlife) he has to find Prue.

  • #13

    charming (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 18:48)

    all these may sound a lil confusing coming from us but the real issue if you put the missing page in it too is really good, gives great cupid insight, its also funny and emotional. its a more complicated issue not like some other issues. really good issue.

  • #14

    Phoebe1_ (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 19:46)

    WOW! Thank you so much for the analytical review!
    Cole the stalker! haha
    Aww! He still loves her, of course. : )
    He just can't stay away from her. Can't wait to find out what happens next with Cole and Prue!!!

  • #15

    GC (Wednesday, 28 September 2011 22:51)

    Hmm...but why is Cole trying to keep Coop from meeting his family? I don't get it, but oh well.

  • #16

    charming (Thursday, 29 September 2011 09:58)

    he said to patty that he did that to protect phoebe. if coop was involved a lot with his relatives then he would be in trouble and so would phoebe

  • #17

    Eric (Thursday, 29 September 2011 16:18)

    but i tried to get the missing page but it just shows what ive seen yestarday...

  • #18

    StoryGirl83 (Thursday, 29 September 2011 16:23)

    @GC - Kama told Coop that cupid's shouldn't use their powers on their family line, implying that doing so would bring a lot of problems, Cole reinterated this point, saying that, "If Coop continued to interfere with his relations, he could have destroyed his family. I was just protecting your daughter."

    Based off that, I'd say that Cole (who is apparently younger than Coop) knows more about Cupid's then Coop does. Considering all they did was tell him he couldn't meet his family to protect him, I guess that's not surprising. I think the way that this was "protecting" Phoebe was probably, if Coop's actions destroyed his family, he would have felt so guilty it might have destroyed him and so despite the cleary jealousy on Cole's part, he was protecting the woman he still loves by protecting the man she loves. Oh, and I disagree with Patty. I don't think if someone is able to prevent the destruction of an entire family (Cole appears to have caused Phoebe to have the premonition that sent her and her sisters to the wedding, so they wouldn't have known otherwise), that they should just stand by and do nothing. Perhaps Cole's method's were flawed (unless the invisibility is not of his choice), but I think that someone should have interfered either to help stop the destruction of the Coopersmith family or by telling Coop and Phoebe why Coop wasn't supposed to meet his family. So ultimately I fault Kama and Patty for not telling Phoebe and Coop rather than Cole for his obsession. It may not help Cole's case that he can move on, but it was the right basic thing to do (again the exicution, maybe not).

    @Charming - I found nothing in the issue that indicated that Coop couldn't have something to do with his family, only that he really, really shouldn't use his magic on them.

  • #19

    HalliwellManorAkaDsc385 (Monday, 03 October 2011 20:47)

    I thought it would turn out that as a baby Coop died and his soul was transformed into a Cupid.

  • #20

    charmedcomicfan (Monday, 03 October 2011 20:51)

    yes thats what happened. coop died as a baby in his mothers arms then was made into a cupid