Palace Of Justice. Phoebe continues to press for an acquittal. Her fellow jurors, who are more ethnically diverse than that crowd on the bus in Speed, protest vehemently. Phoebe launches into a defense of the magical, trying to convince the United Colors Of Jury Duty that things like precognition and heavenly guardians really do exist. "Did you ever know who was calling before you answered the phone?" she asks. "Tanya," she adds, addressing the large black woman, "why are you wearing an angel pin?" If the jurors can accept these things, then why can't they accept the idea the defendant is gifted with visions? The Wop yells at Phoebe, and Revenant Ben calls for another vote. So much for the pep talk. Fortunately for Phoebe, the Dolt orbs into the bathroom with Piper at that moment. Phoebe supposedly notices his arrival by catching sight of a subtle orby glimmer under the door. However, that glissading orby susurration hits the soundtrack at the same time, so maybe she heard him. Why Phoebe would hear this when the others in the room would not is, of course, left unanswered. Phoebe scoots into the bathroom, shouting, "Nature calls!" over her shoulder.
Toilet Of Justice. Piper and the Dolt clue Phoebe in on Wike's existence. Unfortunately, they have no real evidence linking him to the crime. The Dolt suggests that Piper and Raige toss a little voodoo his way to elicit a confession while Phoebe keeps the howling jurors at bay. Piper doesn't like the idea of revealing their secret powers to a murderer, but goes along with the plan when the Dolt rightly notes that no one would believe Wike if he blabbed about the gals. Phoebe instructs Piper to have Raige search the Book of Shadows for any appropriate spells, as they could use all the help they can get. Having agreed to a plan, Piper and the Dolt orb away. Phoebe fixes her face and twists the doorknob.
As she walks through, the tracking shot following her dissolves from the Toilet Of Justice to the Manor attic. Slampiece Glenn reclines upon a settee, paging nonchalantly through the Book of Shadows. Raige enters and gasps in horror. Glenn wags his eyebrows at her and notes that he decided to take a look around the Manor after he noticed the pig's feet, rabbit's blood, and frog tongue in the refrigerator. "I found way more than I bargained for," he adds. Raige splutters she can explain, but explanations will have to wait. "If Piper finds us up here, she'll freak," she stresses. Glenn's freaking on his very own, thanks very much, and has no intention of going anywhere until Raige convinces him she's not in danger. Raige heaves a weary sigh and fills him in on the whole Charmed Ones concept. Glenn thinks Raige has been "brainwashed." Wait. Is that a Patty Hearst reference? Because Juror Number Eight over at the Palace Of Justice was a middle-aged bleached blonde, though I must admit I didn't get a look at her shoes. Anyway, Raige insists everything's fine. She's the same person he's always known, "it's just that now if [she makes] a rhyme, magic happens." She reminds him that he met "witch doctors" on one of his trips to Africa. How is she different from them? "Those guys," Glenn replies, "were, like, a hundred years old, and they speak in tongues, and you're...you." Raige sits next to him and flips through the Book, searching for a spell that will "stretch [Glenn's] imagination." Glenn still thinks she's nuts, but agrees to it. Raige takes his hand and recites the following: