Dr. Curtis Williamson, who treated Piper's infectious fever, unsuccessfully tries to recruit her for follow-up exams in the hospital. He is researching the blood of the Halliwell sisters. When he is accidentally pricked with a blended mixture of their bloods, he gains their powers and eventually starts taking kidneys from criminals to save his sister. Meanwhile, Prue is assigned to photograph Phoebe's idol, the actor Evan Stone, and a paparazzi shots pictures of them, bringing the spotlight on Prue. Piper tries to establish rules for Leo while staying in her house.
Did You Know?
Second and final appearance of Matthew Glave as Dr Williamson. See more
The episode title and all character references to monkeys are in error. The featured primates are chimpanzees, which are not monkeys. The key characteristic of monkeys is a tail, which chimpanzees lack. See more
You can't fight back. That's like struggling in quicksand. Don't play. Look, whatever energy they're throwing at you just pass right on by, because eventually that energy comes back around and leads to someone else.
Yeah, uh, okay, I-I-I really appreciate the whole wax-on, wax-off approach, but couldn't your people just issue some kind of statement?
References The Karate Kid
How Soon is Now?
(opening credits theme)
Written by Morrissey
and Johnny Marr
Performed by Love Spit Love See more