Manor attic. Raige has found Kurzon's entry in the BoS; she slides the Book across the table to Phoebe and Piper. "Kurzon is an enemy of The Source who was banished from the underworld for inciting a failed coup," Phoebe reads. Well, thank you for clearing that up for us, Feebs. The Dolt guesses they'll need a Power of Three spell to vanquish him. Just then, Phoebette's high-pitched squeals of terror reach the foursome's ears. Down in the parlor, Kurzon hurls an FBOD at the moppet. Cole blocks it with his body as the "actress" playing Phoebette does her very best impersonation of someone fainting. Kurzon approaches Cole, addressing him as "Belthazor." Cole reminds Kurzon that Belthazor's dead as Cole surreptitiously smokes a dagger into his hand behind his back. Cole then whips the dagger into Kurzon's stomach. "It'll take more than that to stop me," Kurzon sneers, twisting the dagger from his gut to drop it on the floor. Cole flings one of the Source's FBODs at Kurzon, sending Kurzon ass-first through a coffee table. Kurzon rises to his feet, somehow recognizes TAFKATS lurking within Cole's body, and squiggles out. The Ps plus the Dolt clatter down the stairs. Phoebe skitters immediately to Phoebette's side. Phoebette rises from her "swoon" to gaze adoringly at Cole and simper, "You saved me!" Phoebe beams. The Dolt gives Cole a chummy punch in the shoulder. Cole glares at the Dolt as if to say, "Another chummy punch, Dolt, and you're losing an arm." Cole turns his head back to the camera and into the break.
Manor parlor. Phoebette relates her version of events, which doesn't offer any of them much information, seeing as how she "fainted" and everything. Raige hands her a glass of water. Phoebette demands to know who the hell Raige is, anyway. Raige begins to answer truthfully, but Piper and Phoebe quickly natter the lie that Raige is their cousin. I don't know why I'm bothering, but given the events of this episode, I have to wonder why the current Ps wouldn't be honest about Raige's background and tell Phoebette about the circumstances surrounding the death of The Late Lamented. One would assume the kid could then tell Grams when she returns to 1984, and Grams could decide whether or not to warn the gals about the fatal encounter with Fruma-Shax. It's what I would do, at any rate, but then again, I'm not the screaming diva who had Shannen Doherty fired. Speaking of screaming divas, the Dolt proposes that he orb away from the Manor with Phoebette. Kurzon obviously knows who the tyke is, so it would be in Phoebe's best interest to get the kid out of the house. Cole, meanwhile, can have "allergy attack" join "malaria" and "heroin withdrawal" on his list of apparent afflictions. His lower lids are puffy and red, and his eyes are slitted and watery. Am I really supposed to believe that none of the others notice anything wrong with him? Anyway, the Dolt takes Phoebette by the hand, and the two orb out.