Back from the break, we find Piper in the kitchen, shuffling through a mound of paperwork on the table. The Dolt enters from the hall with a small English-to-French phrasebook in his right hand. He comically mangles the pronunciation of the sentence Ou est la Tour Eiffel? and then translates the sentence for Piper. Piper notes that the Dolts new mastery of the native tongue of Paris wont do him any good if they cant manage to procure a passport for him. This discussion has apparently come up before. Precisely when, I couldnt tell you. The Dolt reminds Piper that they can just orb on over to France. Only he manages to comically mangle the pronunciation of les Champs Elysees while doing so. So, you expect me to believe he can speak Whitelighterese, which as we heard sounds more complicated to master than Swahili, but he cant get a handle on French? Whatever. Oh, and: Shut up, Dolt. In any and all languages you know. Piper would rather fly Air France than Air Leo, just like every other normal newlywed. The Dolt reminds her that theyre not normal. Speak for yourself, corpse. Holly Marie Combs makes a terribly amusing face as she shoots the Dolt down. She insists that a passport will somehow automatically endow her cadaver of a husband with normalcy. All they have to do is find his birth certificate, which conveniently appears in her hand at that moment. Dan Dan the Stinky Man from last season left behind the dossier he had compiled on the Dolt, and this is what Piper has been leafing through in search of proper documentation. Banter about the Stinky Man follows, then the Dolt takes a look at his birth certificate. This isnt going to work, he insists. I was born in 1924. Granted, Im not an expert on Dolt-related back-story, but wasnt he a doctor in World War II? How many twenty-year-old physicians do you know? Thats right. None. Whatever.
Episode Report CardDemian: B- | 335 USERS: C+
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