Prue and Victor enter Molesterland, and, after a brief search, spot the Molester huddled in the snow at the base of a tree, holding his badly-burned hands away from his body. Victor notes The Nothing is moving in for some sucking action, and tells Prue he remembers seeing what it did to the demon children twenty-odd years ago. The Molester reveals to Prue that he knew she and Phoebe were Charmed Ones as soon as he pulled them into Molesterland. Oh, yeah? Then why did you sneak up behind them to scream into their faces in that earlier scene? It's called "continuity." Would someone on staff please look that fucking word up? Huh? Please? God. Seems the Molester has the same "friends in high places" that the Halliwells have. Prue and Victor pull the Molester to his feet and drag him to the portal. The Nothing makes a couple of loud noises. The Molester tells Prue that they have to reactivate the Demonic Chord, and tells Prue to reach into the pocket of his shirt. There she finds a crystal, which apparently is a replacement part for the Chord. The Molester pushes Prue and Victor away from him, noting that, unlike the two of them, Ice-Cream Men can be replaced. The Nothing sucks him on out of there. Prue gazes at the spot where the Molester had been standing for a moment, and then Victor moves in. Telling her she didn't fail the Molester, he yanks her out of frame towards the portal.
Commercials. You know that Sprite ad where the guy without a cell phone screams up at his girlfriend, telling her the doctor told him "it's not contagious" and they should get together some time? And that girl in the corner of the shot stops dead in the middle of the conversation she's having on her cell phone and says into her phone, "Oh, GURRRRL"? It didn't air during this break, but it cracks me up every time I see it. Which is often.
Back from the break, Piper and Phoebe are still on the demon brats' trail. They hear them giggling, and hide behind some bushes. They overhear Old Navy again plotting to destroy the van once and for all. Old Navy notes that the van is "in the junkyard." I'm assuming he's referring to the city impound lot here. Piper decides that the two Ps can handle three little brats on their own, but the brat triad is joined at that moment by three more. Phoebe and Piper head off to the city lot to hook up with Prue and Victor.
At the lot, Phoebe and Piper ease their way through the chain-link gate Prue had broken through earlier. Phoebe wonders if the demon six have arrived ahead of herself and Piper. She's answered by the snickering titters of the demonlets, who are hidden among the parked cars. Phoebe and Piper realize they're being surrounded, and Phoebe attempts to allay Piper's mounting anxiety by reminding her that she can freeze the demonlets should she need to. A demonlet picks this moment to hurl a trailer hitch at the back of Piper's head, knocking her out. Phoebe drags Piper behind a car and checks for a pulse in Piper's carotid artery. Then Phoebe leaves Piper unconscious behind the car, and moves out into the open, challenging the "little brats" to "bring it on."