Park. Andy frets about his AB negative blood, and Wendy cues up the porn music. Scene.
Full moon. Piper screams, turns into a Wendigo, and escapes. Scene.
Full moon. Wendy asks Andy, who's got his back to her, how he is. Ready, willing, and a..."little on edge." She looks up at the moon, and smiles as her hand morphs into a paw. I'm willing to accept that she's developed a little more control over her transformations than Piper would have at this point, but not if it means her continuing to boringly hit on Andy. Anyway, Phoebe's premonition comes to pass. Andy shoots the beast a couple of times, with no effect, and she knocks him out and roars.
Phoebe and Prue arrive nearby. Look at them, working together! I only hope that Demian isn't crushed to death by the massive weight of irony when he recaps "The Power Of Two." The Wendigo rips open Andy's shirt. Way too late to save this episode, I might add. It's about to take its trophy, but hears Prue call Andy's name. It rushes to attack the Ps, but Prue shoots a flare its way. It misses, but scares the creature off temporarily. Prue reloads, and it's second verse, same as the first. Phoebe's cautioning Prue that they only have two flares left when they spy Andy's form. You'd think the number of flares they have is something they would have discussed in the car, but I suppose if you've made the decision to pay no attention to detail in an episode, you might as well take pride in your work.
Anyway, Andy's alive, but slashed. Hey, that means Piper could be getting lucky soon! Dude, anything's better than the Dolt. Prue biffs a third shot at the Wendigo, and Phoebe takes over. "This time, we don't fire until I see slobber on its face!" Sounds like a typical Friday night for the Feebs. Anyway, we get a little misdirection-based "drama" as Prue and Phoebe each think they see the Wendigo, and then realize that they're both right, so one of them must be Piper. Phoebe doesn't know what to do, but Prue panickedly tells her to shoot one of them and pray it's Wendy. Out of options, Phoebe complies. Her shot is pretty close, although a little high, but it doesn't matter because the Pipergo freezes it, along with Wendy. I really don't think that Piper would keep her powers as an evil creature, but I don't care. Why? Two words: Almost. Over. Phoebe hoots at Prue to do something, so Prue redirects the flare into Wendy's chest, and she turns to dust. Yay! Piper morphs back into herself, and, feeling the breeze, runs behind a tree. Phoebe attends to her as Andy's wound heals itself. Prue goes to him. He's all, what? Who? How? Prue says she'll explain everything later. That's a conversation I'd like to hear. Except for the part where I totally, totally wouldn't.