Phoebe Halliwell (Turner)
Cole Turner, divorced children:
children: 3 girls
(only season 6)
1992 Suzuki Sidekick JX Convertible
(only season 6)
1992 Suzuki Sidekick JX Convertible
wants the sexy, silent type that finds you driving through town on the
back of a Harley at 3:00 in the morning. A man who appreciates scented
candles, body oils and Italian sheets. He's about hunger and lust and
danger and even know you know all this, even know you know he'll never
meet your friends or share a holiday meal with your family, you still
can't stay away. And he recycles.
fear: getting trapped in an elevator and loosing a sister
used to camp at North State Campgrounds as kid
2x17 on Phoebe needs glasses to read
kicks in sleep
first boyfriend was Jimmy
was 3 years old when her mom died
is named after Patty's favourite aunt
once caused a car accident (Prue was driving and ran a red light). Phoebe
was the only one hurt and was in the hospital for over a week.
adjectives to describe Phoebe? She is adventurous, curious, charming,
funny, magnetic, proud and completely confident. She's also a smart-ass
and very rebellious. To her credit, she can make the best out of any
situation, no matter how bad or hopeless it may seem. Phoebe is a true
original, one of a kind, and happy to stay that way. It's not that Phoebe
dances to the beat of a different drummer, she's dancing to an entirely
Prue, with her refined sensibilities, Phoebe is more down to earth and
easy going. She shops at thrift stores, has never had a bank account (she
never has any money) and has had more "careers" in the last
three years than Prue and Piper will ever have in their entire lives. She
tried junior college, but was too restless to stay, thought briefly about
becoming an airline stewardess, so she could travel around the world for
free but hated the uniforms too much. Then the opportunity of moving to
New York and staying with her best friend, Gillian, presented itself, and
Phoebe left San Francisco. (It did not turn out as planned. Some friends
should never live together. Phoebe didn't mind living with Gillian. What
she minded was living with Gillian, Gillian's boyfriend, and Gillian's
boyfriend's brother in a studio apartment). In truth, Phoebe didn't need
any reason to leave San Francisco. Phoebe had grown tired of living under
the shadow of the "perfect Prue" and wanted to move somewhere
where no one knew her, or could compare her accomplishments to those of
her sisters. Plus, Prue's fiancÚ Roger had been calling her all the time,
sending her flowers at her bartending job, hitting on her during cocktail
hour, etc. Unfortunately for Phoebe, Prue found out about Roger's interest
in Phoebe. Worse, Prue blamed Phoebe. It didn't help matters that Roger
had lied to Prue, telling her that Phoebe was the one who was interested
in him. Roger persisted in his innocence and Phoebe took the fall.
Devastated and hurt, Phoebe quickly left town.
was an easy move. Phoebe never really felt attached to family the way Prue
or even Piper did. She wanted to travel, see the world, live life, not
read about it in books, or see it on the silver screen. Phoebe recognized
early on that she was different from her siblings. She hardly even looked
like them. Phoebe was the black sheep of the family in more ways than one
and she knew it. She was also the baby of the family without any of the
perks usually associated with being the baby: Phoebe was never spoiled --
in fact she got saddled with the hand-me-downs of Piper and Prue. But
Phoebe always loved her sisters, try as she might to do otherwise. While
outwardly and publicly she views Prue as judgmental and inflexible,
secretly Phoebe admires, and even envies Prue. And what's not to like
about Piper? Piper was always there for Phoebe; she even sent her money in
New York after Phoebe and Company were evicted from the illegal sublet.
Even then, when Phoebe was out on the street with barely enough cash to
get home, she didn't panic or became fearful.
one more thing you should know about Phoebe. Phoebe went to New York for
one other reason: she had reason to believe their father was alive and
living somewhere in New York City and she was going to find him. What she
found wreaked havoc on the lives of the Halliwell sisters.
Phoebe's optimism has been known to lead her into careless behavior.
Wherever Phoebe goes, there is bound to be a lot of turbulence. She's not
the sort of person to make one simple career choice and then settle down
in the normal nine-to-five world. Thankfully, her powerful will is up to
the many responsibilities she takes on, and her natural extroversion will
always keep her in the thick of things. Her intuitive sense is so highly
developed and strong, she is able to anticipate events -- hence, Phoebe's
witchcraft power: Phoebe has "premonitions" of the future. And,
as she becomes more confident with her craft, she will be able to "see"
the past, present and future. If Phoebe were to hold your watch, she could
"see" your past, present and future. Unfortunately, Phoebe's
power comes with a flaw: she will never be able to see her own future.