Buckland's. Prue's daydreams are interrupted by her ringing phone. It's Andy, and they agree to meet that evening at five to chat. As Prue places the receiver back into its cradle, manky-haired lunch lady Tanya wheels her cart into the office, followed closely by the saucy, evilicious Hannah Webster. "Oooh, look!" Hannah croons. "Last turkey-no-mayo. My favorite!" Manky Tanya stammers that she was saving that sandwich for Prue. Hannah sneers at her while forking over a couple of bucks. "Don't you hate turkey?" Prue delicately asks. "Of course I do," comes the reply. "I just don't want you to have it."
Demian: [Thwack.] Why don't you lock yourself in the bathroom WHERE I CAN'T HEAR YOU.
Twinkle-Toes: You don't have to yell. I know when I'm not wanted.
Demian: NO you DON'T. Because if you DID, you would have SHUT UP with the FUCKING TINKLING ALREADY.
Prue gets a vengeful smirk on her face and asks, "Is there inny particular reason why you're such a bitch to me?" "Yes," Hannah replies immediately "because it's my mission in life to destroy you."
Twinkle-Toes: I'm going! I'm going!
Unfortunately, Rex smarms in at this moment to prevent what was shaping up to be a lovely catfight. He pulls Hannah into his office for a private chat as Prue and Manky Tanya shrug their shoulders and roll their eyes at each other.
Office Of Rex. "What in the bloody hell do you think you're doing?" he shouts. Britishly. Hannah insists that "it just came out!" Rex begs to differ: "You almost came out!" I'm not sure if I find all of these "coming out" references amusing or annoying, especially with Jason Stuart, Professional Homosexual lurking in the wings. It's sort of like that Seinfeld episode -- you know, where they went to the gallery opening and every time one of the four main characters told another to "Get out!" the recipient of this advice enthusiastically shot back, "I'm out!" and the assembled homosexuals in the gallery would applaud? Yeah. So far, this episode is like that. I can't decide if I should laugh or put my foot through the TV.
Twinkle-Toes: I loved that episode. And the one with "not that there's anything wrong with that"? Too funny.
Demian: SHUT. UP!