Manor, the following morning. Piper repots the ficus she blew up the night before while apologizing for dumping a bookcase on Prues head. Prues all no harm done, and reassures her sister that the control will come. Weekly summation time. While Piper is pleased that her newfound power rid them all of the Freak, she thinks vanquishing one bad guy and losing three good guys isnt exactly a winning score. Prues relieved to discover that Piper still counts Cole among the good. What? Then what the hell was that last scene about? Christ, this show is going to give me a goddamn ulcer. Piper reveals that she now has a better understanding of Coles situation in the world. Having something inside of you that you cant control, she explains. That is capable of hurting the people you love, even if you dont want it to. Phoebe enters in her version of widows weeds: a subdued black long-sleeved shirt over loose white cotton trousers. She crosses to sit on the sofa and places three candles on the coffee table. Her sisters express concern for her well-being. You have a lot to sort out, Prue supposes. Phoebe demurs: I lost my soul mate to evil. Whats there to sort out? Ow. I hate that term. To an extent, she blames herself for Coles failure. I wasnt enough, she breathes. Instead of whapping her upside the head for being so damned codependent, Prue and Piper gaze at her silently. Phoebe explains that the candles are for a blessing ritual. She thought it might be a nice idea to commemorate the innocents they lost. She strikes a match as Prue and Piper kneel at the table. For Leeza, Prue begins. For whom? Oh, the stupid blonde. Our lost sister, she continues, lighting the first of the candles. May your spirit soar. For Jenna, our lost friend, Piper, um, prays, I guess, as she takes the match from Prue. May we meet again. Piper lights the second candle. Phoebe accepts the match from Piper and concludes, For Cole, a lost love. She lights the remaining candle, then raises the lit match before her. May he find peace. She purses her lips and extinguishes the match with a single puff of air.
Episode Report CardDemian: B- | 340 USERS: C+
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