Straight Estates. Raige orbs into the living room with Phoebe and Piper for her own reprogramming at Phoebe's hands, but because Rose McGowan isn't nearly as good an actress as Holly Marie Combs, I'll be skimming through it. Phoebe, employing Brody's unusually evocative snow globe for effect, forces Raige to confront her true feelings about the bulging one's death -- in her very arms and at the hands of an Avatar, mind you -- and there are tears and there is lamentation and there is wah. "What do we do now?" Raige chokes out once Phoebe's managed to break her free from the Avatars' spell. "What [the Dolt] said," Phoebe grimly replies. "We're gonna find ourselves a demon."
Up in Avatar Central, I'm Not Candy and No Name gaze upon this unsettling development via their wavering gunk, and grimace at each other. And you guys are not dusting the Glamorous Ladies' asses right about now because? Wait! Don't tell me! You're morons, right?
Cobwebby Egyptian Tomb Of Avatar Death. Zankou wipes some of those cobwebs from the Anubis mural as a henchdemon who is neither interesting nor attractive wanders into the chamber to ask Zankou...something. I totally don't care. Except for the bit where Oded Fehr whips his right hand back to conjure a Flaming Ball Of Death, because he looks totally hot doing so. Long story short, the uninteresting and unattractive henchdemon goes kaboom when a suddenly appearing and off-screen Piper unleashes her mighty Hands of Discontent, and that's all you need to know about him. Zankou himself goes flying ass over end when Piper redirects her Hands at his back, but he recovers quickly enough to grin up at the Glamorous Ladies from the floor as they stride into the tomb to make quippy remarks. There's a lingering shot of the Ps with rather determined expressions on their faces before we drop into the final commercial break.