Let mind and body soar
To heights not reached before;
Let limits stretch
That you may catch
A new truth to explore.
The slampiece makes an hilarious "uh-huhh" sound as he mock-shudders. "I don't feel any different," he notes eventually. Piper calls from below, leading Raige to hop to her feet in search of a place to hide the slampiece. She makes it halfway across the room before Glenn stops her by elongating his arm to rest a hand on her shoulder. Glenn's arm is now about fifteen feet long. Now, I realize I'm a rank amateur as far as magic spells are concerned, but what in the hell is turning him into Stretch Gordon supposed to accomplish? Why would they have that spell in the damn Book? What twisted, kinky "truth" is one meant to "explore" with this ability? On second thought, don't answer that. I really don't want to know.
Great. I just grossed myself out. Ew.
In any case, Raige and Glenn goggle a bit before he retracts his arm. Upon Piper's entrance, Raige lames that she was just giving the slampiece a tour, and pushes Glenn out of the room. Piper notices the BoS lying open on the settee and, grasping gently in both hands whatever self-control and patience she might have left, grits, "You showed him the Book?" Raige relates the sordid tale of errant potion ingredients in the fridge and whatnot. Piper and the Dolt smack her around for not locking the attic. Raige cuts through the crap to restate her opinion that Glenn can be trusted to keep his mouth shut. Piper loses it: "You're trusting him with a secret that is all of ours, not just yours." Raige asks, "So, you're asking me to choose between having any friends at all and being a witch?" Piper: "Yes! I have!" Snicker. The Dolt orders the ladies to calm down. He sends them off to Arthur Andersen's House Of Magical Accounting and orbs back to the Toilet Of Justice to check on Phoebe. Piper and Raige glower at each other for a bit before exiting.