Prue comes to, and her sisters hoist her to her feet. She sees Andy's corpse and, not completely herself yet, gapes in shock. Piper explains what happened, and says Andy was trying to help them. Prue, looking at Rodriguez, gets nine kinds of steel in her eyes as she says that he'll succeed, and asks for the Book of Shadows, which Phoebe retrieves for her. Prue opens to the spell to accelerate time, causing Rodriguez consternation. Phoebe points out if they break the time loop, they won't be able to save Andy, but Prue says she knows. The three Ps get to their feet, and Prue recites:
Winds of time, gather round
Give me wings to speed my way
Rush me on my journey forward
Let tomorrow be today.
The hands of the grandfather clock starts to race ahead. Tempus, puzzled, looks at his watch, which speeds forward to just past midnight. He screams in frustration, then flares back down to Hell. So that's how he hooked up with Quentin Tarantino. Rimshot!
The grandfather clock has just finished chiming midnight as Prue steps forward. She spares another glance at Andy's corpse, and then tells her sisters just to untie Rodriguez. Understandably, they're not fond of that plan, so Prue does it herself with a wave of her hand. She tells him to leave. He sneers, "You stupid witch," but starts to go. Then he does that macho stop-and-straighten-the-jacket thing, for which he REALLY needs to die. He turns, and his eyes are all red again. He sends a bolt at Prue, but she simply holds up her hand in a money shot, and the bolt reverses course to vanquish him. The scenery breathes a sigh of relief while hoping William Shatner never gets desperate enough to guest star. Phoebe raises her eyebrows at the smoky ruin, and Prue intones, "We may not be murderers, but we're no angels either." This is an example of a special dramatic technique called "wardrobe foreshadowing." Prue walks over to Andy's corpse, and cries as "Calling All Angels" starts up. I'm just wondering how they're going to explain this one to the police.