Inside the Manor, fixtures and glass are breaking right and left as Phoebe orders a pizza, saying she doesn't care what's on it as long as "somebody delivers it." The stupidity of that line, combined with the fact that La Milano hammed it up, is enough to break the spell that was making me like Phoebe this episode. Thank God. We get the piece of trivia that the Manor's address is 1329 Prescott Street, which I'm sure has been since contradicted eight ways from Sunday. We see Grams's picture again, which turns red and starts to burn from the center. I don't think that's the Woogy doing that.
University campus. In the rain, Professor Manners is being arrested. Prue and Piper see Josh, and he tells them that during her seminar, the Prof suddenly started choking him, and if one of her students hadn't pulled her off...okay, I'm willing to believe that being possessed by the Woogy gave the Prof super-strength or whatever, but if she came close to killing him, (a) he'd be having trouble speaking, and (b) he wouldn't be using the same tone of voice as he would to discuss the weather, so shut up, Josh. The three of them have a very tiresome conversation that gives us absolutely no new information. Josh says he's going to tag along to make sure the Professor's all right, and his concern, if possibly not credible, seems warranted, as the Prof is being positively manhandled into a squad car. I mean, is Josh even pressing charges? And wouldn't, given what we soon see with Andy, the Woogy's spell be broken now? WHATEVER. Also, Josh tells the elder Ps to feel free to look around his office, which wouldn't be locked or anything. I may have to start using foreign translations of "whatever" just for variety.
Inside, Prue correctly tells us that the five elements are earth, water, fire, wood, and metal. Piper's got a map, and the two of them pick spots on the map that they think correspond to the five elements. They're stupid, but I don't have the energy. The end result is that they draw a pentagram around the house. Prue concludes that the house isn't just on a spiritual nexus, but a Wiccan one as well, and what the hell kind of conclusion is that to draw? She goes on that it's a battleground for good and evil, and WE KNOW JUST GET BACK IN THE DAMN HOUSE ALREADY. God.