It's also a credit to the show that despite only sharing a handful of scenes together, the two of them really do seem connected in some way.The actual storyline is a little contrived, since Tony Wong looks absolutely nothing like Mark, but it works, and is probably the best demon story so far.Man, does she shriek a lot when trying to save that guy.Elsewhere, Prue's story uses Andy well (at least he's not only involved through a police case here, like so much of the rest of the season), even if she was a little out-of-line in being so rash over Andy's ex, especially considering the secrets she's keeping herself.Sure, he's a ghost, but the complications could be just as great as the ones created by Piper's relationship with Leo, and the show went there with the latter.
never really represented the diversity of San Francisco. And the writers rarely attempted to reflect varying lifestyles or cultures throughout the show's eight-year run. I don't really get why the show didn't pursue this relationship further. It's no big deal, but the Halliwells did always seem to exist in their own little bubble of white folk.