The docile Ps fill Prue in that Mrs. J has decided not to re-open the camp the next day, and that they know where Grizzly lives. Prue's cell phone rings. It's Jack with more attempted badinage. The writers have him call Prue "[his] favorite auction-ette" and Prue weakly lobs back a reference to Jack as an "auction-ass." Witty, huh? Perhaps "auction-nerd" would have been more apt, but what do I know? Jack thinks Prue's insult is "a nice one." He lets Prue know that he's taking lunch with one of Prue's clients, Mr. Fujimoto. She gets her bitch on and hangs up. Next! The docile Ps then justifiably get their bitches on about Prue's shoddy treatment of Mrs. J. Prue whines that comparisons of her to her mother are "terrifying" because she and Patty have so much in common: "No success with guys, being responsible for a family, [and] the possibility of dying young because of this 'charmed' thing." Whatever! (And note how Rules-Girl Prue is always measuring her happiness in relation to whether she has a boyfriend.) Anyway, the docile Ps think all of that is mere coincidence and Prue shouldn't fear ending up with Patty's fate. She doesn't believe them, and snits off (tm amorgan. Hey, amorgan! Come back soon!) to check out Grizzly's cabin. The docile Ps (natch) follow. Grizzly watches them from the bushes.
Cut to Mrs. J on her dock, tying up a boat. Water churns beside the dock and suddenly the CGI water demon, i.e. the Not! Ness Monster, jumps out and drags Mrs. J into the lake. She tries to scream, but the skin around her mouth has been surgically stretched tighter than the F/X budget of this show. We see more splashing and thrashing, then a sad, very un-subtle shot of the "WELCOME CAMPERS" banner that fell into the water with Mrs. J. An anvil floats next to it.
Grizzly's cabin. The Ps break in. As Phoebe enters, she Elmer Fudds, "Be vewy vewy quiet, we're hunting demons." No one, onscreen or in the viewing audience, laughs. The Ps start going through Grizzly's stuff. Criminal much? Prue finds a photo of Patty. The Ps all gape at this discovery. Then Prue finds a knee-high stack of newspaper clippings chronicling all of the drownings at the lake. What kind of parents (besides Susan Smith) would send their kids to this camp? Piper makes her own discovery: a "Teacher of the Year" certificate from New York, circa 1872, although the paper she holds up looks mighty new and crisp. Phoebe the mathematical genius figures: "That means Grizzly is either a demon or 127 years old." Sure, Pheebs -- he was teaching from the cradle, this one-year-old, youngest "Teacher of the Year" in New York history. Prue reminds the other Ps that Grizzly saved her from the Not! Ness Monster, so he must be a good guy. Piper then finds some letters Grizzly wrote and received from their mother. She pockets them. Suddenly Leo "Dim As A Forty" Wyatt "Bulb" orbs onto the scene, telling the Ps to book out of there before Grizzly comes back. The Ps refuse, because I guess staying there and taking the opportunity to second-guess and backtalk Leo is well worth the risk of getting caught trespassing. Prue gets her bitch on and demands to know why Leo's there. Does he know something about Grizzly? Leo explains that Grizzly was "Patty's white lighter." Piper and the other Ps express shock. Y'all know what a "white lighter" is, right? Because there are probably new viewers out there who are thinking Grizzly was Patty's disposable Bic or something.