In the kitchen, Piper slams Cole against the center island and orders him to smear right the hell back from whence he came. Cole fills her in on the impending demonic attack and offers his assistance, but Piper just waves him off, insisting that he leave before Phoebe finds him. Cole clenches his teeth and smears away just as Phoebe enters the kitchen, babbling something about Piper's disapproval of Gonzo. Piper shushes her and instructs her to return to the dining room immediately, as the events detailed in her second premonition are about to unfold. Phoebe spins on her heel and races back just as Bacarra blinks into the parlor. He flings a dagger at Gonzo's chest, but the Feebs launches into a flying leap across the table, slamming The Chinless Wonder backwards into the floor. The dagger embeds itself in the sideboard. Raige warily rises to her feet as Piper hops over to freeze the intruder. The freeze doesn't take. Piper next employs the Hands Of Discontent, but Bacarra mutters, "Murus adigo," and his hand absorbs her explosive mojo. He clenches his fist and rams the mojo right back at Piper, who slams into the wall from the force of the impact. The Dolt scampers to Piper's side as Raige summons the dagger from the sideboard with her orbing telekinesis. Just as she redirects it towards Bacarra's chest, the warlock flicks a hand at the chandelier, which explodes and crashes onto the table. Bacarra takes advantage of the confusion caused by his diversion to blink out. The Glamorous Ladies gape at each other before disappearing into the commercial break.
After the break, Raige fruitlessly flips through the Book of Shadows for an entry on Bacarra as Piper reluctantly admits that Cole appeared right before the attack to warn them. The Dolt orbs up to consult the ever-useless Elders. Raige wonders if they should tell Phoebe about Cole. Knowing that her younger sister instantly morphs into an unreasonable bitch at the mere mention of Cole's name, Piper nixes this idea and stares glumly at the Feebs stroking the unconscious Gonzo's head over on the sun porch.
Speaking of Gonzo, he presently awakens on the wicker loveseat to ask what happened. Phoebe lies that "moldy plaster" and a heavy chandelier made for another near-death experience for The Chinless Wonder. Gonzo playfully suggests Feebs remain by his side until his apparently rotten luck changes. Phoebe mulls this over for a bit and agrees, leaning in to peck him on the lips. Oh, and look at that! Another delightfully deadly premonition! Gonzo emerges onto a small concrete balcony and leans heavily on a rickety, rusted railing. My new favorite inanimate object agreeably throws a couple of bolts and drops towards the ground, taking The Chinless Wonder along for the ride. He latches onto a wobbly support for a brief moment before that, too, breaks away. Gonzo drops four stories to the parking lot below. The final shot is of Gonzo's lifeless head smacking against the asphalt as his surprised googly eyes glaze over. Pause. Rewind. Play. Pause. Rewind. Play. Pause. Rewind. Slow-forward. This is the best episode ever! Back on the sun porch, Phoebe snaps out of it as Gonzo murmurs, "Your kisses kill me." If only, you bastard. Phoebe glances over uneasily at Piper, who returns her sister's gaze with a poker face.