Tony Wong was the leader of a Chinese Triad. He wanted to flee the police of San Francisco and move to Hong Kong. In order to elude the police, he faked his own death by killing Mark Chao and burning his body, due to their similar height and appearance.
As a ghost, Mark asked the Charmed Ones for help, as he was being hunted by Yama, the gatekeeper of Hell. Phoebe got a premonition that Wong was hiding in the Wuhan warehouse in Chinatown. Piper broke into the warehouse and then froze everyone and took a picture of Wong holding that day's newspaper regarding Wong's death. The freeze broke right after and Tony wrote down the license plate on Piper's car to track her. Piper then sent the photo to Andy anonymously.
Angered at what Piper had done, Wong dispatched his goons to kidnap her. However, Prue, Phoebe and Mark broke into the warehouse to rescue her. Tony tried to fire a gun at Prue, but Piper managed to freeze him before the bullet hit. Fleeing in fear, Tony was intercepted by the San Francisco police outside of the warehouse. He tried to resist by firing, only to be shot and killed in the gunfight. His soul emerged and was horrified to see his own dead body. When he fled into the back alley, he met with Mark Chao's ghost before Yama appeared and took his soul to hell.
Notes and Trivia
- Wong is the first mortal antagonist on the series.
Tony Wong appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the course of the series.
|Charmed, Season 1|
|#01||"Something Wicca This Way Comes"||#09||"The Witch is Back"||#17||"That '70s Episode"|
|#02||"I've Got You Under My Skin"||#10||"Wicca Envy"||#18||"When Bad Warlocks Go Good"|
|#03||"Thank You For Not Morphing"||#11||"Feats of Clay"||#19||"Out of Sight"|
|#04||"Dead Man Dating"||#12||"The Wendigo"||#20||"The Power of Two"|
|#05||"Dream Sorcerer"||#13||"From Fear to Eternity"||#21||"Love Hurts"|
|#06||"The Wedding from Hell"||#14||"Secrets and Guys"||#22||"Déjà Vu All Over Again"|
|#07||"The Fourth Sister"||#15||"Is There a Woogy in the House?"|
|#08||"The Truth is Out There... and It Hurts"||#16||"Which Prue is It, Anyway?"|