In addition to the head of Sandra Bullock, I demand Matt Damon's as well. Crapper Vance wasn't enough, huh? You must inflict All the Petty Whoresons on us as well? Go to hell.
Chez Belthazor, and Kwell is not pleased. Kwell, Piper, and Prue rehash the events that just transpired. Piper doesn't think Cole would hurt Phoebe, but Prue thinks Belthazor might. Kwell demands the potion, telling the two Ps he can track Belthazor faster alone. He also promises no harm will come to Phoebe. Piper's ill at ease with this idea, and Prue wonders why Kwell is now suddenly able to track Belthazor again, given he has regained his ability to squiggle. Kwell tells us all that Belthazor "can [squiggle], but he can't [squiggle] well." Belthazor is half-human. Leo healed only the human half. The demon half is still grievously injured. Prue hands Kwell the vial, warning him that should any harm befall Phoebe, her sisters will hunt Kwell down and kill him. Kwell rays out, leaving Prue and Piper to ponder their next move. Prue decides to head to the cemetery, and they exit the apartment.
Graveyard. Belthazor and Phoebe squiggle in, with Phoebe ordering the demon to "stop shimmering all around the place. I'm going to vomit." Phoebe judos Belthazor to the ground and snatches away the dagger, telling him it's time to say goodbye. Belthazor at this moment morphs back into Cole, prompting Phoebe to tell him his human appearance isn't going to save him. And I feel compelled to note that Julian McMahon's human appearance from here on out in this episode is breathtaking. Not that he was at all bad scruffy, but the hair and makeup personnel have amped up his dewy-eyed, long-of-lash innocent look for these final scenes, and I, quite frankly, find it difficult to concentrate on anything anyone says. Cole tells Phoebe he wants her to see him as he truly is, but she counters she's already seen Belthazor. He rises to his knees before her, confessing to all of his many misdeeds as Phoebe dissolves into tears. Yes, he was responsible for what happened on Halloween, and yes, he was also responsible for Troxa and Vinceres and Andras, but even though he had the perfect opportunity as a result of that last demon to kill her, he didn't. Phoebe calls him a bastard, and he cops to that as well. His father was human, while his mother was some sort of succubus. That had to have sucked when he got to grade school. I can imagine the taunts. Until he met Phoebe, he had forgotten about his human half, but his love for her has changed him. Yeah, it's incredibly cheesy and derivative, but it's Julian McMahon, people. How could you not love him?