Kat's lawn. The children are shooed into the house, and Kat walks over to the hammock. Raymond is ensconced therein, replete with beers and a car magazine. She nervously and gently asks if he could start looking for a new job, but he's not interested. He's basically a huge jerk. And he calls her "Woman", which is your sign of a classy upbringing. As she's shouting at him, she comes upon the phrase "What is it gonna take, does the friggin' Earth need to move for you to get out of that hammock?"
And then there is an exceedingly phony earthquake. The sound effects are all right, but the camera doesn't shake enough. Actually, a hammock is probably a pretty safe place in an earthquake. Anyway, he falls out and looks scared. When he wants to know how she did that, she denies all responsibility. That's just silly. I don't know a single person who wouldn't cheerfully and immediately take credit for that sort of thing. She runs off instead of doing the sensible thing, which would be to say "That's right, I cause earthquakes now. Now go get a job, hammock-lover!"
In the hospital, Kat is tending to Bun, who is still in a coma. Suddenly! Bun is awake and babbling about how this is all Kat's fault and that she can see the cone of power that surrounds the three women. Oh, and "He's been here before". Got it. Then she collapses again.
Eastwick Cafe. Joanna interviews Darryl, although he'd rather talk about her hair. He thinks she should take her hair out of the bun, and now she's stammering about how inappropriate this is. He promises not to hit on her unless she wants him to. Then he explains that her eyes are hypnotic and the seat of her power. "You have the power to make men do what you want." Okay. Hypno-eyes. Got it.
Back in the Gazette's office, Joanna psyches herself up outside of Clyde's office, then takes off her glasses, de-buns herself (I was just reading about "Hollywood Homely" on TV Tropes!) and goes in. He isn't playing along at first, but when she insists that he look her in the eye, she tells him to give her the promotion. And he does, in exactly the words she used. She looks unsure, but accepts it and walks out. Then she uses her hypno-powers to get someone to hand over the last powdered donut and establishes that the power doesn't work on Penny. Okay, let's move on!