I hate the title card showing up and then not giving me a commercial break.
Joanna is in the newspaper morgue, flipping through microfiche when Penny comes down and complains that Darryl has put his picture everywhere. Penny recaps the fact that Darryl Van Horn is dead, and Joanna explains that there's a mysterious note saying "8-4-84 Eastwick Gazette", so she's trying to find that issue. She's having no luck, because the archives are poorly organized. Penny takes offense, because she's the one who organized them, but I think she did a lousy job. Newspaper archives are easy to organize; you just put them in chronological order. If you have a specific date, it shouldn't take more than a couple of minutes to determine if that issue is in there. Joanna and Penny theorize about what Darryl's deal is. Joanna believes that Darryl Van Horn has stolen the identity of a baby that died about the right time. That's a classic. I can't remember if I learned about it from The Anarchist's Cookbook or Highlander. Penny seems disbelieving, even though she's the one who told Joanna that Darryl isn't really Darryl Van Horne.
In the hospital, Bun is still in a coma, and Kat is keeping an eye on her. Meanwhile, Raymond is recovered from his lightning bolt to the chest, which is pretty impressive. He wants to go home with Kat, but she hasn't forgotten that threatened divorce. He claims that he was speaking out of anger, and also recent lightning bolting. She relents and allows him back in the house, but warns that he's got one week. He seems a lot nicer now, but it's not clear whether that's the character reforming, a readjustment after the pilot, or just an act so he can get back inside his house.
While reading the 1984 newspapers, Penn and Joanna run across a record store ad and promptly sing "Like a Virgin" and dance around like idiots so that Will can walk in on them unexpectedly. Will's got an extra ticket to Harvestfest and wants Joanna to go with him, but she declines, saying she'd rather go alone. He walks away up the wooden staircase, and there are ridiculously loud footsteps on the soundtrack. Bad job by the foley guys there. Or whoever was in charge of turning the volume down on the sound effects. Penny demands to know why Joanna turned down Will's invitation, and it turns out that Joanna feels bad about hypnotizing Will into liking her. Then she finds 8/4/84, and it shows a story about a young millionaire drowning. And he looks just like Darryl! Well, a little like Darryl, anyway. Actually, I don't see a resemblance at all, but I'm terrible with faces. They cut from the microfiche to the picture of Darryl, though, so I'm pretty sure it's him.