They really do just wing it with this whole rhyming thing, don't they? That one totally doesn't scan. Piper correctly supposes that the spell is to be used not to locate Rose, but to unmask The Source. When Phoebe whines about having no idea where The Source is, Cole reveals he and all of his dark demonic brethren can sense The Source's "aura." The only problem with this is that to do so, Cole would have to reveal his own presence to The Source. They decide they have no other choice. Phoebe selects a pair of novelty sunglasses as the object of the enchantment, much to Piper's irritation. The two women hold the glasses between them and recite the spell. The novelty frames glow. To test them, Phoebe dons them and trains her gaze on the Dolt. He appears as he always does -- that being, of course, a flannel-clad frat-boy jackass. Cole suggests that Phoebe try them on him instead. She shrieks at the sight. Through the "enchanted" lenses, she sees, of course, Belthazor. There's a Phoebe POV of Belthazor approaching her while speaking in Cole's voice that is sort of cool; then Phoebe thanks the ISP of Grams for the BoS assist. Piper reminds her that it might not have been Grams, and every time I've seen this, I've always initially thought she meant it might have been the ISP of Finola. It takes all twenty seconds of the various reaction shots to make me remember that Shannen Doherty was on this show at one point, and that Piper could be referencing the ISP of Prue.
Chez Rose. The lady showers. The lady towel dries. The lady steps to the steamed-over mirror. The Shource decides that this would be an opportune moment to mess with her head. At first, his disembodied voice speaks to her, gliding in tone from Shane's register to The Source's and back again. Then The Shource materializes behind her, apparently naked, which I must admit I have no problem with at all in spite of the bedhead. He continues to address her, staring into her eyes via their shared reflection in the mirror. The content of the Satanic pep talk runs along the lines of Rose finally understanding her true nature, and that her "destiny" is not with her "sister witches," but to take advantage of her newfound abilities to promote her own causes. The Shource waves his hand over the mirror, and an image of Jake, the alleged child beater, appears, repeating his threats from the aftermath of the previous custody hearing. There's a reaction shot of Rose and The Shource, and from it, one can understand what Leslie Grossman was talking about in her second interview with Gustave about "eye lines" getting screwed up. Rose McGowan is staring straight ahead while Jordan Bridges is gazing off to a point at their left. Anyway, The Shource urges Rose to exact "[her] own revenge" on Jake, to "call for his heart" and "call for his life." Ew. Like, orb the guy's heart out of his body? There's got to be a neater way to go about this. She could get bloodstains on her blouse. The Shource vanishes. Rose, entranced, extends her arm towards the mirror, which shatters outwards from its frame. Second most crappy effect of the evening is the shot of the glass flying around, but not slicing through, Rose's head and neck.