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All Hell Breaks Loose
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Episode Number 22
TV Release Date 17 May 2001
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"All Hell Breaks Loose" is the twenty-second episode and season finale of the third season of the American television series Charmed; it is also the 66th overall episode in the series. The episode was originally broadcast in the United States on May 17, 2001 on The WB. It was written by Brad Kern and directed by Shannen Doherty. As well as being Doherty's last episode as director, it was also her last appearance on the show as the character Prue Halliwell, although the character would later return in the comic book series. In the episode, The Charmed Ones deal with their secret of being witches going global and all of the news reporters swarming them.

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Prue Halliwell

Piper Halliwell

Phoebe Halliwell

Leo Wyatt

Cole Turner

Darryl Morris

Dr. Griffiths

Elana Dominguez

Marianna Elliott
Alice Hicks

Cameraman

News Editor

News Director

Tommy Redmond Hicks
Captain

Rebekah Louise Smith
Female Classmate

Lawyer

Joe Torrenueva
Reporter #1

John Torbett
Reporter #2

Mylo Ironbear
Evil Demon

Louis E. Rosas
Goth

Whacko in Crowd

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