Front door and Sparklies and still not caring. Sparklies knew Phoebe wrote the breastfeeding letter because he recognized her handwriting. God, she's a fucking idiot. Is that it? Yeah, pretty much. Next!
Non-Existent Attic. As Raige abuses the Book, Godiva, over on Aunt Pearl's sofa with Piper, wonders if "it would be cheating too much if [she] peeked ahead to see what becomes of [her]." Piper's of the opinion that Godiva won't remember much of anything regarding her jaunt to the future, and so passes the Lady the history book. And since none of this is based on historical fact, I refuse to care when Godiva delightedly discovers that her ride was a success. Meanwhile, Raige irritatedly groans that the closest thing to Hoover she could find in the Book was a demon who feeds on anger, but the gals already vanquished him. Piper, reading over Godiva's shoulder, notes that Hoover "mysteriously disappeared the day [Godiva] rode through town." "I doubt that's just a coincidence," Raige guesses, ambling over to join them. Piper finds it "farfetched" that Hoover would disappear "for all eternity" the same day Godiva achieved "liberation for all" by "dropping trou." Raige quickly realizes that Hoover feeds on repression, and that by successfully completing her ride, Godiva "starved" Hoover "into oblivion," and I just cannot believe how fucking stupid this show can get. A demon, who feeds on repression, in the Middle Ages, starving to death? For Christ's sake, were there no convents around?