"Well, you said we couldn't date and work together so since you won't date me, one out of the two will have to do."
—Jack to Prue.[src]

Jack Sheridan was a mortal co-worker of Prue Halliwell at Buckland Auction House. He was Prue's first serious love interest after the death of Andy Trudeau. He has a twin brother named Jeff.



meeting Prue.

Jack was originally an internet auctioneer. When Prue was doing a live appraisal for an exquisite wand, Jack muscled in and boldly offered to guarantee the customer $1,000 in cash on the spot. As it turned out, the wand belonged to Tuatha, a powerful evil witch from the 18th century. After Tuatha's defeat, Prue gave the wand back to Jack; the crystal was broken. Jack liked Prue's spunk, and bought her a drink.[1]

Jack liked Prue enough that he convinced his twin brother, Jeff, to help check her out—a stunt they often pulled when they were younger. One day, Prue saw one of the Sheridans in front of her at the coffee pot, then stepped away to the newsstand and found the other one there reading a magazine. This initially led Prue to suspect Jack was a warlock; she didn't think it was possible to go from one place to another that quickly without blinking. To be certain, she and Piper (who suspected Dan was a warlock as well) cast a spell to hear people's thoughts. After Jeff, posing as Jack, showed up later, his thoughts horrified Prue enough that she was initially determined to kill him. However, when the two showed up at the same time, Prue was convinced they were clean—but slapped them both as punishment.[2]

Jack decided to accept a long-standing offer to work at Buckland's after Prue's stern refusal to go out with him. He helped Prue close a sale with a Japanese client, using his fluent Japanese to close the deal. He allayed Prue's initial concerns about his ethics by letting her take the credit. Soon afterwards, the two started working as partners and eventually pursued a relationship.[3]

After dating a while, Jack planned to take Prue to New York, but Prue backed out when a magical emergency intervened. Their relationship ended soon afterward, though, when Jack wanted to pass off a replica painting as a Monet. Prue was unwilling to go along, and not only broke off the relationship, but resigned from Buckland's after realizing that she needed to find her real dreams.[4][5]

Notes and Trivia


Jack Sheridan appeared in a total of 7 episodes throughout the course of the series.


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