At this moment, Raige orbs in behind the guys with Phoebe, and despite the infernal racket associated with her orb cloud, the Bizarro Boys remain unaware of her presence as she sneakily positions two of the Crysticals on the asphalt. The Doormat starts babbling at the new arrivals as Raige orbs out again. The Bizarro Boys, thinking they whacked the Doormat a little too hard on the head, simply believe he's babbling at a hallucination. Raige orbs back in, quickly sets the remaining Crysticals in place in front of the Bizarro Boys, and the flaring cage of Crystical mojo instantly erupts to trap them. Oh, almost forgot: Phoebe managed to boot the automatic out of the Pinhead's hand. That's sort of important, because, as you'll recall, supernatural force fields don't stop bullets. They do, however, stop Flaming Balls Of Death, such as the one the Pinhead now conjures to hurl at Raige. Even Even Gayer Chris realizes how stupid that particular idea is, and ducks in anticipation of the explosion that naturally occurs when the FBOD slams into the shield. Raige gets quippy with the boys before she and Phoebe approach the Doormat with offers of assistance. The Doormat shouts something annoying and bolts. "Well, I don't think that helped our cause any," Phoebe glums.
Snidely's study. The Snidelys confer over a game of chess. Long story short, Our Snidely intends to send Phoebe and Raige through the portal into Bizarro World while Bizarro Snidely keeps his version of the sisters on his own side of the mirror. This will somehow result in both Pipers falling into labor a couple of days early, or something, thereby facilitating both Psychos' untimely demise at the hands of the Snidelys. Gah. I don't understand any of this. If the Pipers give birth a day earlier than they're supposed to, wouldn't that lead to the destruction of both Big Chrises? And how is jamming up Bizarro World with five Charmed Ones going to make it easier for Bizarro Snidely to off the Psycho? Whatever. The supposedly relevant point to all of this is that the presence of two Raiges and two Phoebes in one world threatens to upset the balance in both, so whatever course of action the Snidelys pursue must be a quick one. Our Snidely takes Bizarro Snidely's queen by telekinetically sending one of his knights to shatter the piece. I've totally seen that effect before somewhere, but I'm not going to waste time trying to remember because I've got a Phoebe to deal with. Our Phoebe bellows for Snidely from out in the hall. Bizarro Snidely notes there's "no echo," which both Snidelys interpret as a good sign, for it means the Bizarro Gals have remained in the Bizarro Manor as Bizarro Snidely told them to do. The Snidelys break for the next round of manipulation.