Charmed/Generation Hex

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Generation Hex
Season 8, Episode 17
Airdate April 16, 2006
Production Number 62015-08-173
Written by Rob Wright
Directed by Michael Grossman
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Generation Hex is the seventeenth episode of the eighth season of Charmed, and the one hundred seventy-third episode overall.

Guest Stars: Victor Webster (Coop), Leland Crooke (Candor), Marnette Patterson (Christy Jenkins), Jason Simmons (Wyatt Halliwell #2), Kristopher Simmons (Wyatt Halliwell #1), Barbara Niven (Helen Jenkins), John Rosenfeld (Pator), David S. Lee (Rondok), David Starzyk (Carl Jenkins), Kimberlee Peterson (Jen), James Immekus (Ryan), Eric Dane (Jason), Rebecca Balding (Elise), Monica Allgeier (Julie Bennett), Tyler Christopher (Anton), Billy Zane (Drake), Nick Lachey (Leslie), Julian McMahon (Cole), Jason Lewis (Dex)


Plot Overview

Jen and Ryan, who were once students of Leo, are the only two members left in a group of advanced witches who used demons known as Noxons as a means of honing their magic. The Noxons, thanks to Candor, have now escape their dungeon and are out for blood. The two youngsters come to Piper for help.

In the city, Phoebe is taken on a quest through time as well as through alternate dimensions with the aid of Coop and his ring so that she can better analyze her love life and why she has failed in finding "the one."

Billie has her parents reunite with Christy and before they can truly live as a whole familial unit, Candor sends the Noxons to murder Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins to push Christy over the edge, which he succeeds in doing after she kills him.

Meanwhile, Paige is on her honeymoon with Henry.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

  • The title is a play on the term "Generation X," which typically describes those born in between the 1960s and the early years of the 1980s.

Memorable Moments



  • Overall Grade: F after 1 review
  • Review Breakdown: A+: 0 A: 0 A-: 0 B+: 0 B: 0 B-: 0 C+: 0 C: 0 C-: 0 D: 0 F: 1
  • This episode was a serious waste of time and was incredibly disjointed with too much going on. While one can appreciate that this is setting up for the next episode, the final product was incredibly dull. Grade: F --Contrivance 23:21, 14 August 2006 (EDT)