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I love her so much. I have to get her back.
— Brian's thoughts in Let This Mother Out


Brian is the ex-boyfriend of Maggie Vera.

History

Brian started dating Maggie but she decided that they needed a break, making their relationship very on and off. He became possessed by a demon, at some point, and went after Maggie. He was stopped when Macy found him and threw baking soda on him, vanquishing the demon and freeing Brian from the possession. Not knowing what had happened, Brian looked to Maggie for an explanation but was instead met with a passionate kiss.

A few days later, Maggie invited him over to her house for stress relief sex after a tense day. Brian was enthusiastic about the sex but it made the situation awkward for Maggie who could hear his every thought. The next day, he was happy to see Maggie and tried to give her a kiss but she stopped him and explained that their relationship was over. She said goodbye and left him with a kiss on the cheek.

Personality

Brian is shown to be very caring and protective, always making sure Maggie is safe as she travels the woods to campus.

Physical Appearance

Relationships

Romantic Life

  • Brian and Maggie Vera: Brian and Maggie started dating in high school, but Maggie broke up with him because she didn't see herself long-term with him. The two remained friends with benefits, but Maggie decided to end their relationship for good when she realized he was trying to win her back.

Appearances

Trivia

  • Brian was named after Brian Krause who played Whitelighter, Leo Wyatt, in the original series.
  • It is possible that Brian plays a similar role to Jeremy in the original series. Jeremy was Piper's boyfriend at the beginning, who was the one responsible for killing witches.
  • According to creator/EP Jennie Snyder Urman, he has yet to make further appearances throughout the season.

Quotes

"You care so much about what people think. You know that I think you're perfect."

—Brian to Maggie in Pilot.

"I love her so much. I have to get her back."

—Brian's thoughts in Let This Mother Out.

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