Manor. Phoebe arrives to find scores of floral arrangements littered throughout the hallway, dining room, and kitchen. Piper peers out from behind some of the bunches in the kitchen, sipping tea. She explains that she found the flowers waiting for her on the front porch when she returned. Some are from men she barely knows, some are from men she doesn't know, and the rest are for Phoebe. Phoebe guesses that her Big Gay Boyfriend chose not to send her anything, as their date was a disaster. Duh. He's gay. Steroid-chomping, gym-ratting, construction-boot-wearing, gay-porn gay. Bonehead. Piper decides that they should -- wait for it -- reverse the spell. "Love is a magic between two people that cannot be conjured," she insists. Kit yowls and scampers into Phoebe's lap to hork up a spiky hairball in Piper's direction. Oh, I'm sorry. Kit's actually just complaining, because he appears to have been affected by the spell as well. Phoebe glances at the windows, which are full of horny kitties hungry for a little Kit action, like, stick a pencil in it, ladies. Phoebe hollers at the "tomcats" to scram. Oops. I suppose Kit was still supposed to be female at this point. I can't remember when Kit finally managed to scrape together the cash to head over to Denmark for the reassignment surgery, but I know he was a boy cat by the time "Pre-Witched" rolled around. Oh, I get it! Maybe Kit's been a boy all along, and he's the regular character who's been representing the San Francisco gay community from the start! That makes total sense. Damn, the tangents are just thick on the ground tonight, aren't they?
So, Piper and Phoebe agree to reverse the spell, and just then the phone rings. Piper answers to find Prue, frantic, on the other end. She tells Piper that Sugar popped into her head again, and orders Piper and Phoebe to research Dream Sorcerers in the Book of Shadows. Piper suggests that Prue remain at Buckland's until she and Phoebe can head over in the Cherokee to pick her up, but Prue's not having it. She wants out of the office, and she wants out of there now. Well, that can't be a good idea. Prue tells Piper to hurry and hangs up the phone.