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"I've Got You Under My Skin" is the second episode of season one of the television series . It was directed by Charmed John T. Kretchmer with a script written by Brad Kern. It first aired on the WB Network on Wednesday, October 14th, 1998.
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This episode is production code number 4398001.
This is the first television acting work for Cynthia King. Despite her surname, she is not related to actor T.W. King.
The title of this episode is taken from a 1956 song written by Cole Porter.
: A toast. To the Power of Three. Whether we like it... or not.
: Bad date?
Piper Halliwell : No. No. No, not at all. It was great. You know: dinner, movie... sex.
Prue Halliwell : Excuse me? On your first date? You sleaze.
Piper Halliwell : It wasn't exactly our first date, Piper.
Prue Halliwell : High school doesn't count. That was last decade. Spill it. (Prue remains silent). Oooh, that bad, huh?
Piper Halliwell : No. Actually good. Well, we were amazing, but that's not the point. I told myself things would be different. That we would take it slow. It shouldn't have happened that's all (Phoebe enters the room).
Prue Halliwell : What shouldn't have happened?
Phoebe Halliwell : Prue slept with Andy.
Piper Halliwell : Hello?!
Phoebe Halliwell : Uhh... thanks a lot, mouth!
Prue Halliwell : Wait, you were going to tell her, but not me? Family meeting.
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