...where, coincidentally enough, Phoebe's just now arriving to find Piper on the sun porch. The two bang their heads together in a lengthy processing summit during which Phoebe realizes that in order to escape Dream World, each Glam Gal must first follow her individual dream to its conclusion, wherever that conclusion might be. The one amusing moment during the endless chatter comes when Phoebe admits to canoodling with Stoop in her reverie: "You're having sex dreams while I'm sitting here wracked with guilt?" Oh, you martyr. Meanwhile, The Ultimate Retard, who'd been spying on them from the upper landing, hears a noise above, and waddles off to investigate.
Up in the nonexistent attic, she finds Raige struggling with the Book of Shadows, a struggle Raige quickly abandons in favor of tossing Maggot Neck up against a wall and shrieking, "Get me out of here now!" Whoa. Raige, honey. Why so tense? "I don't have time for this crap!" she yells, all up in The Retard's face. This is kind of awesome. "You wanna stop us? You think we're selfish? WHATEVER!" Oooh, Raige! I think I like you like this. "But if you don't get me out of here right now," she screams, paying me no mind, "my charge is going to die! Is that what you want?" Maggot Neck gulps, and that gulp ripples down through all the many folds in her disgusting neck before the screen washes blue once again.
Sun Porch. Ssssecretly Evil Chrissssty paces past the unconscious Manor Morons as the glittery, glowing tendril shoots from Raige's head to coagulate into Maggot Neck form at Ssssecretly Evil Chrissssty's side. Raige gasps awake soon after and flips a few threatening remarks in the direction of The Sisters Retard before orbing away.
Raige reforms down in TWoP Towers, but barely has she had time to take in Mikelle's battered and bloody form on the floor before Scudworth squeezes the trigger on his crossbow and slams two arrows into her back from the far side of the chamber. Raige's eyes roll into the back of her skull as she drops out of the frame. Scudworth ambles over and kneels at her side. "Well," he sneers, "hopefully you'll die faster than it took you to get here." Raige drops from consciousness into the final commercial break.
Dream World Manor. There's more endless chatter between Piper and the Feebs, but the end result is that Phoebe realizes -- surprise, surprise -- Su Bonita Hagulita is the real center of her particular Dream World, while Piper discovers -- surprise, surprise -- that the Dolt is the focus of hers. The Ultimate Retard, who'd returned at some point after freeing Raige, eavesdrops at the kitchen door as Phoebe assures Su Bonita Hagulita that she wants her daughter "more than anything in this world." Maggot Neck turns her attention to Piper just as the latter hears the patter of little feet out in the parlor. Piper crosses from the sun porch to find the front room positively swarming with preadolescent brats as an elderly gentleman who clearly represents Old Dolt approaches from behind to croon, "Music to the ear, huh? A house full of grandkids? It's what we always dreamed of, isn't it, Piper?" Piper's all, "Dolt? But you're so wrinkly! Well, you know, more so than usual. I mean, what I mean to say is...oh, whatever. CANCELLED!" He pulls her into a warm hug under the watchful eye of The Ultimate Retard. As Piper hesitantly eases into the clinch, Old Dolt whispers an urgent "Save me!" into her ear. "Whatever it takes," Piper murmurs, still visibly freaked because Grandpa here's about to mack on her. Just as The Ultimate Retard decides she's heard enough from all of them and disappears, the spectral image of Raige intrudes upon Piper's intergenerational hanky-panky to hover above the sun porch floor and plead, "Help." Piper vanishes into a final blue wash and...