"I'm not covering for you anymore, Carol. You keep your hands off our son."
—Jake to his wife[src]

Jake Grisanti was a father who was falsely accused of abusing his son, but he remained silent in order to cover for his wife, who was the true perpetrator of the crime.


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Jake possessed

In 2001, Jake was possessed briefly by the Source to provoke Paige Matthews into orbing his heart out in order to darken her powers, though she was stopped in time by her sisters, Cole and Leo. After Paige almost killed him, Jake decided to stop covering for his wife and demanded that she leaves their son alone.

Powers and Abilities[]

Temporary Powers
  • Incineration: The ability to burst objects into flames. This was the only power he used while being possessed by the Source.
  • The Source's Powers: Jake possessed the rest of the Source's multitude of powers, but he never used them.

Notes and Trivia[]

  • Jake was briefly mentioned in the episode "Brain Drain".
  • Jake and Carol appeared in the novel Charmed Again, playing the exact same roles as they were in the episode. However, there Phoebe noticed a dark aura around his wife when she put on her enchanted glasses, which made it a hint that the abuser was Carol, not Jake.


Jake Grisanti appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the course of the series.