Old Navy leads Prue and Phoebe to a hiding place, telling them that The Nothing's arrival is imminent. The girl the sisters had tried to protect from the Molester runs out from behind a tree at that moment, and crashes into the snow. Prue moves to drag the girl into the hiding place just as that swirling black sphincter in the sky sucks the child up, leaving -- wait for it -- nothing where the child had been. Don't worry. I'll not be typing "swirling black sphincter in the sky" again. From here on out, it's "The Nothing." Phoebe dashes out and hauls Prue back into the hiding place. Distorted shots of the frozen playground. Prue's distressed that she was unable to save the girl. Old Navy asks the sisters if they mean to save all of the children caught in Molesterland, guessing that if the Molester doesn't want the Ps there, it must be because Phoebe and Prue have the ability to rescue the kids. Phoebe and Prue eye each other uneasily as Old Navy leads them away from the playground.
P3. Piper, on the bar's cordless, is leaving Prue "another message," and notes that she hasn't been able to contact Phoebe either. Alvin enters sheepishly, and Piper hangs up the phone. Alvin introduces himself as "Caleb," and Piper warily shakes his hand. Caleb announces that he's "new in town" and that he's "looking to meet somebody." Piper hems and haws. Caleb apologizes for interrupting Piper's phone conversation. Piper lies to him, telling him she was talking to her "fiancé." She suggests that Caleb might be more interested in meeting one of her single sisters. Caleb enthusiastically digests this bit of information, and asks Piper if her fiancé enjoys hanging out with her sisters as well. Piper doesn't want this apparent one-way ticket to the Duchy of Kink, and suggests Caleb try the club "down the street." "They have cages and rubber floors and three-for-two specials on Fridays." Whatever. Caleb begins to tell Piper she has the wrong idea, but then scrapes together enough change to buy a clue. He apologizes, tells her he'll be back later, and leaves. Piper calls Prue again.
Molesterland. Phoebe asks Old Navy where he's taking them, since the frozen playground they've arrived at looks just like the one they left. Old Navy exposits that all places in Molesterland look the same, the better for The Nothing to confuse those trapped there. And the better for the production staff to save money on building additional sets. Phoebe bats Piper on the arm and snits, "Why couldn't you get a boy-band song in your head like everybody else?" Okay, you got me. Snicker. They quiz Old Navy on the Molester. Old Navy doesn't know much about him -- only that the Molester is the reason they're all trapped in Molesterland. Old Navy then makes excited noises, telling Phoebe and Prue how happy the others will be to see them. Phoebe tells Old Navy to lead the way, but as she grabs onto the swingset, she's flung into a vision. Even I am amazed that it took the writers less than seven minutes to forget about that whole "we have no powers here" thing from the last segment. The vision, again, is the same as part of Prue's earlier nightmare. A brown-haired girl cries, "Daddy!" and rushes through a swingset into her father's protective arms as he assures her she's okay. Daddy is Barbara Hershey's two-timing husband from Beaches. Prue asks Phoebe what she saw. Phoebe tells her that she saw Prue, as a child, in that playground with their father.