Condemned Demon Emporium. The area is taped off with yellow "Police Line" warnings, and there are several squad cars parked in front, along with an ambulance from the coroner's office. Phoebe runs up to Leo and Piper and asks after Prue, who has stayed in the car. Piper notes Phoebe's walk-of-shame attire, and after confirming Phoebe did indeed have all-night sex with Cole, she and Leo fill Phoebe in on what's happened. Phoebe "smells a demon," Piper wonders how a demon would obtain empathic powers, and Leo guesses they were placed as a curse on the demon by a true empath. The three enter Vince's abandoned loft, and Phoebe is flung into a string of visions: Vince frying the deputy, Vince frying the church secretary, and Vince frying Father Thomas at the nuthouse. Piper wonders how Phoebe could have a vision without touching anything, and Leo notes the loft is likely "dripping with psychic remnants." Thanks for that mental image, Leo. Ew. Phoebe's not certain the last of the murders has taken place yet, and the three agree to head over to Crest Hills. Prue, meanwhile, huddles in the back seat of the car, going all Snake Pit on everyone.
Funny Farm. Phoebe attempts to bluff her way past Nurse Ratched at the receiving desk. She fails, so Piper freezes Ratched. Leo walks over to Prue, telling her that a mental institution is not the best place for her at the moment. She insists on staying in case Vince shows up, so they can transfer the power back to him. The four make their way into the dayroom, and Phoebe points out Father Thomas as the last person from her vision. Phoebe and Piper approach him, as Leo leads Prue to a chair. Phoebe tells Father T that they've come in search of an empath, and he tells them to stop humoring him. Piper notes she and Phoebe are neither doctors nor patients, but witches, come in search of the empath who cursed a demon. Father T backstories. He was working as a priest when "Vinceres," an unstoppable assassin of the demonic sort, tried to kill him. Father T transferred the empath power just as Vinceres placed his hand on the priest's throat, and notes that in doing so, he cursed both the demon and himself. Piper wonders about that last bit, and Father T tells them he's staring at an eternity on earth with no powers, and therefore, no reason to exist. Piper fills him in on the Vince situation, and he allows as how he read about it in the paper the day before. Phoebe tells him that Prue unfortunately mistook Vinceres for a shut-in, and Father T erupts into a rant about the indestructibility of the demon, which leads to general pandemonium in the ward. Prue, sucking in all of the negative and volatile emotion around her, writhes on the chair in agony and ends up unleashing a Category Four telekinetic hurricane on the room, hurling televisions, easels, and chairs around. Piper, Leo, and Phoebe gape in concern as Prue pounds her head with her hands in frustration, and we fade to commercial.