The Dolt chooses this moment to poke his scary and gigantic gargoyle head through the door for a chat with his mentor. From his perspective, he can't notice that Snidely's reflection does not precisely correspond with the man he sees in the room. There is, however, an "echo" when the Dolt calls out Snidely's name -- an echo Snidely hastily attributes to lousy acoustics. Snidely instructs the Dolt to gather the Glamorous Ladies for the recitation of his special spell and pushes him out of the room. Once the Dolt exits, Snidely TKs shut the door and returns to the mirror to make with more of the plotting with his evil twin. "Here they come," the Snidelys sneer in unison, with Our Snidely's sneer touched with a bit of wary hesitance, and Bizarro Snidely's sneer almost giddily triumphant. Jesus God, the performances in this episode haven't sucked yet. What the hell is going on tonight? And where the hell was it all season?
Cut to a police station that is not Trudeau Memorial for a boring scene between Detective Doormat and the Manor-bound gals regarding Big Gay Chris's arrest warrant. Long story short, the Doormat refuses to help them, despite the threat of exposure that exists should the authorities arrive at the Manor to take Chris into custody, only to discover that Chris is a newborn. No, it doesn't make any sense at all, because Tiny Gay Chris would presumably have a different surname from the one Big Gay Chris gave upon his initial arrest, and besides, the police would just think Big Gay Chris blew town, so whatever. And get your filthy minds out of the gutter. I didn't mean "blew town" like that. The one thing you really need to know about all this is that Inspector Sheridan has returned for this evening's festivities, and she's none too fond of the Glamorous Ladies, as she believes the Doormat broke Chris out of jail at their request. And that's pretty much it. Next!