Once Prue poots her way over to the elevator bank, Rex asks, "Well, what did you think?" Miss Hannah sneers, "I think she's either the luckiest woman alive, or she's a witch!" Dun dun DUN!
Manor. Prue races inside to share her good news and nearly body-checks the addled Elder Brittany into the parlor. Piper emerges from the kitchen to hand Elder Brittany some gruel and leads her to the dining room to eat. Once Brittany's out of the way, Piper fills Prue in on the afternoon's events. Prue -- wait for it -- gapes.
Pecker's Waterfront Warehouse Of Evil. Phoebe pulls up to the door in the van she "borrowed" from [72virgi=ns] and bounces out of the cab with a garment bag. She lopes over to the warehouse door, calling out Pecker's name. Receiving no answer, she grips the doorknob and is flung into a vision. She sees herself, strapped to that table, as Wrinkly Pecker sucks her youth out through her eyes. Recovering quickly, Phoebe darts back to the cab of the van and frantically tries to gun the engine. A withered hand clamps over her mouth, and Phoebe shrieks her way into the commercial break.
Manor. Night. Get this -- the production staff evidently couldn't be bothered to photograph actual nighttime glamour shots of the Manor at this point in the series, so they've taken a daytime shot and blacked out the sky. You think I'm kidding? Just wait. Once these episodes start airing on TNT this fall, you'll know that I'd never lie to you. Even more offensive? Is what follows. Up in the attic, Prue and Piper scramble over to the Book. Piper believes she's seen something about Elder Brittany's condition, and quickly flips to the entry for Javna. "'Javna feeds one week out of every year,'" she reads, "'stealing the life force from the young.'" Prue continues, "'By invoking the black magic power of the Evil Eye, [he can] gain eternal youth.'" Prue frets that there must be some sort of vanquish. Piper confirms this, flipping over to the entry for The Hand Of Fatima. "The Prophet Mohammed invoked it centuries ago to banish Javna back to wherever the hell he came from," Piper explains. The WHO? And I was worried because I was mocking that asinine seventy-two-virgins thing. Many have wondered why Connie Burge vanished from the scene after the first season. My guess? She pulled a Rushdie to escape the fatwa called down upon her head by some cranky, senile, blind, fundamentalist ass of a Saudi cleric.