Cut to the manor, where the mantel clock reads 11 PM. Piper calls for the Dolt, who orbs in behind her. Piper snippily chides him for not answering her call earlier. The Dolt tells her it wouldn't be fair to his "other clients" if he orbed out every time she summoned him. Piper cuts to the chase, asking the Dolt to perform a psychic scan for Phoebe and Prue, as they've been missing since lunch. The Dolt thinks really hard for a moment, then draws a blank. Duh. They realize that Phoebe and Prue have simply "disappeared."
Molesterland. Prue and Phoebe stand in the clearing with the remaining children, three in number. In addition to Old Navy, we have a braided brunette and another boy. As the Molester peers through some snow-covered pine branches at the assemblage, Phoebe and Prue sputter through a plan of action. Prue spots the Molester, and she and Phoebe chase after him. He leads them to "another clearing," gazes at them, then disappears behind "some different" trees. Phoebe and Prue notice that the "new slide" contains a portal that will lead them back to the city. They call for the kids, and start hustling them up the slide and out into the street. The Molester darts back in, screaming, "No!" which only makes Phoebe and Prue speed things up. The last two out, Phoebe and Prue leap to the ground outside the truck, and trundle the children off to the side. The Molester pops out at that moment and grabs Old Navy by his lapels. Old Navy grins and telepathically scorches the Molester's hands. Old Navy pushes the wailing Molester back into the truck and slams the door shut. Prue and Phoebe, having seen this, gaze open-mouthed at Old Navy. Phoebe mutters, "Oh, my God." "Actually," Old Navy replies, dropping his voice a couple of distorted and processed octaves, "quite the opposite." Prue tells Phoebe they need to keep Old Navy away from the other kids. Old Navy notes that the others won't listen to the sisters, as the Ps "are not the boss [sic] of them." He moves to the other childrens' side and tells them to "thank the witches." They thank Phoebe and Prue in unison, then scamper off down the alley, giggling. Prue and Phoebe gawp, and we cut to another commercial.
Manor exterior, the following morning. Inside, Piper and the Dolt worry their pretty little heads about Phoebe and Prue. Cleansing Burst Of Synchronicity as Phoebe and Prue barrel in the front door at that moment. There's a group hug, followed by Piper demanding to know where the hell the two have been all night. Phoebe gives them a brief rundown of the previous day's events, and the four head to the attic to consult the Book of Shadows. There, Prue finds nothing on the brats, but does stumble across an entry for the Molester, who is simply called "The Ice-Cream Man." Prue reads that Ice-Cream Men are mortals, leading Phoebe to wax reminiscent about the good old days, when demons looked like demons and innocents looked like innocents. Piper wonders how a mortal can trap demons, and the Dolt guesses that the mortal doesn't do it on his own. Prue affirms this, reading from the BoS that "the Ice-Cream Man plays the Demonic Chord which is a series of notes that when sounded together specifically attract [sic] demon kids like moths to a flame." Phoebe reads further down the page, noting that The Nothing is the only agent capable of vanquishing demon brats. However, The Nothing does not discriminate between good and evil, so the demon-fried Molester is at risk for sphincter suckage.