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Title: 7x08 Charmed confidential  

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7x08 GnomeMr. Monkeyshines, gnome, teacher at the Magic School.
Gnomes don't have any natural enemies.
Killed while being in the book.


7x08 Johhny the GentJohnny the Gent is a character from the book "Crossed, Double-Crossed".
About 20 years ago two brothers, Dan and Eddie Mullen, wrote this mystery novel together. When they got sucked into the story, Dan was shot by Johnny the Gent and the book expelled him. Eddie was led to believe that the cops shot his brother. Until the book ended as set out by the brothers with the finding of the Burmese Falcon he couldn't leave the book.

When Eddie Mullen destryed the Falcon the story ends and he, Paige and Brody were expelled.

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Background info: Film Noir  
Summary: While investigating a murder at Magic School, Paige and Agent Brody are sucked into an unfinished novel written 20 years ago by two students. They suddenly find themselves in a 1930s film noir, where they are chased by gangsters in pursuit of the famed Burmese Falcon. With no way to escape, Paige and Brody must help Eddie Mullen, the missing young author of the novel, learn to be a hero so the story can end. Back at Magic School, Phoebe, Piper and Leo frantically try to rescue Paige and Brody by writing clues into the pages of the novel. Meanwhile, Phoebe tries to help Leo win Piper back, but Piper is still struggling with her feelings.  
Writer: Curtis Kheel  
Director: Michael Grossman  
Timeline: -  

The original title was "Charmed noir".

Phoebe: So, what do you think, Nancy Drew? Lover's quarrel?
Nancy Drew is the heroine of a popular mystery series for girls.

Paige: Thank you. Do I look like Lana Turner?
Lana Turner (February 8, 1921 - June 29, 1995) was an American actress famed early in her career for tight sweaters and smoldering sensuality and later in her career for sudsy romance films with maximum tragedy and glamorous gowns.

Kyle Brody: Right out of "The Postman Always Rings Twice". The good version.
"The Postman always rings twice" was one of Lana Turner's film noirs. There was a remake in 1980 it never reached the quality of the original version of 1946.

Paige: They wrote themselves in as the heroes of their own books. Like Sam Spade or Philip Marlowe.
Sam Spade was the leading character in the novel and movie The Maltese Falcon (1931). The original novel was written by Dashiell Hammett, and was first published as a serial in the pulp magazine Black Mask.

Philip Marlowe is a fictional private eye created by Raymond Chandler in a series of detective novels including The Big Sleep and The Long Goodbye. Marlowe's character is typical of a genre of hardboiled crime fiction that originated with Dashiell Hammett and Black Mask magazine in the 1920s where the private eye is a pessimistic and cynical observer of a corrupt society. Yet the enduring appeal of Marlowe and other "hard-boiled dicks" like Hammett's Sam Spade lies in their tarnished idealism.

Paige: The Falcon as in The Maltese Falcon?
"The Maltese Falcon" is a detective novel by Dashiell Hammett which was made into a quintessential film noir.

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Bloopers: yes  
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Co-Starring: Bug Hall (Eddie Mullen)
Joel Swetow (Avatar alpha)
Patrice Fisher (Avatar beta)
Al Sapienza (Johnny the Gent)
Ann Cusack (Miss Donovan)
Michael Lee Gogin (Mr. Monkeyshines)
Beverly Sanders (Mrs. Mullen)
Chris Diamantopoulos (Inspector Davis)
Sasl Landi (Lt. Snyder)
Rick Pasqualone (Lips)
Dennis Flanagan (Dan Mullen)
Kerr Smith (Agent Kyle Brody)
Pictures yes  
Random quote: Ms. Donovan: Lord of the Rings?
Gnome Professor: It's historically inaccurate!
Ms. Donovan: Harry Potter?
Gnome Professor: Filled with juvenile delinquents.
Ms. Donovan: Even the Wizard of Oz?!
Transcript yes  
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