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?
Oh, and look! This whole show just got that much stupider with the arrival of the Dolt, who orbs into the non-existent attic with the Psycho on one arm and Tiny Gay Chris's carrier in the other! "Please tell me you weren't vanquishing demons with the children," Piper growls, rising to confront her worthless ex-husband, and how does she know that's what he was doing? Whatever. I don't care. "[Tiny Gay Chris] was fussy," the Dolt explains. "It calmed him." He's covering for the Psycho, isn't he? The exuberant Psycho actually dragged Daddy Dolt from vanquish to vanquish all afternoon, and the Dolt's blaming it all on Tiny Gay Chris, because Tiny Gay Chris is far too occupied with his pacifier to speak up for himself, am I right? Stupid Dolt. And after the lies and deception, the Dolt gets all moony over Lady Godiva until Piper orders him Raigeward to dispense with a bit of the tingly touch. Instead of, you know, blowing him up for staring at Godiva's titties. Whatever! The touch barely takes hold before the Dolt breaks the connection in surprise when Piper suggests he head to Whitelighterland to find out what the ever-useless Elders know about Hoover. Raige tugs at the Dolt's sleeve to get him to finish the job as Piper too casually opines, "I think it wouldn't hurt to have a little chat with the Elder to see what they think about...the demon." Tingly touch sufficiently applied, the Dolt pulls away from Raige to buh, "What if they know about..." "I think if they knew," Piper interrupts, "we would know by now." Lady Godiva, not getting it, turns to Raige to whisper, "Are they talking about Lord [Hoover]?" "No," Raige blares with a bit of sassy mugging, "they're talking about something [the Dolt] did that they don't want me to know about." "Just go," Piper eyebrows, so the whipped Dolt of course vanishes through the ceiling. Piper suggests they conduct a little research of their own before Hoover starts sucking on their own repressed emotions.