Another wacky in-and-out flip cut to the Y2K Manor. Darryl and Leo have locked themselves in the attic, where Leo peruses the Book of Shadows for a Fester solution. He's determined the GrimSomethings are actually "Grimlocks." Their entry on the "Auras" page in the BoS reveals them to be "white demons with red eyes." The props department might have wanted to clue the make-up department in on this little detail, as Fester and Chester have thus far had black eyes. The Grimlocks travel "from city to city killing powerful forces of Good," whom they target using the purloined eyesight of innocent children. Interestingly enough, the BoS notes that the stolen eyesight lasts for only twenty-four hours, after which the Grimlocks eat the kids. Now, that's something I'd like to see on this damned show, especially if the child to be eaten is that Aryan Ninja "dude" from the pre-credits sequence. Leo moves to copy the Grimlock vanquishing potion out of the BoS, and we cut to Fester and Lester bitching at each other in the hall outside the attic. Molester peers through the keyhole at a warily-approaching Darryl and proceeds to strangle Darryl with his own aura once he's moved within range. Once Darryl drops his gun, the Grimlocks kick in the attic door. Leo orbs over to grab Darryl, then orbs the two of them down to the kitchen. For the third damn time, Dimwit asks Leo who he is. And for the third damn time, Leo ignores the question, stating that they "have a potion to cook up."
Wipe to Granny Caan's Maternity Ward For Unwed Witches. Granny's playing with a Tarot deck while the pregnant redhead groans through a contraction on the bed. Cole enters, and my God, does he look like a jackass. As if the Frampton Comes Alive! wig and floppy bow weren't enough, he's wearing a Restoration-Era black frock coat over a shirt whose sleeves puff out so far, he looks like he has Popeye's forearms. He dampens a cloth and moves to Charlotte on the bed. Charlotte orders him not to touch her. He replies it's unnecessary for her to be in any more pain than she has to be, and she asks him to let her go. Crisis of conscience for Cole, as he tells Charlotte that freeing her would do her no good, even if he were allowed to do so. Shocked gasp from Granny, leaning over the Tarot cards. She reads from them the current presence of "great good" from Cole's time. Cole guesses who that "great good" is, and tells Granny Caan not to worry, as he knows how to deal with them.