Back at the Powell Pad, Jim is ripping his kids matching new ones when in walks...their mom? The kiss she plants on Jim's mouth is a little too obvious and purposeful to miss, though, unless you're one of the people on the screen. Fortunately, Jim gets a phone call from the real Stephanie, saying she's leaving now. "Oookay," Jim stutters, trying to play it off After he hangs up, he pretends to Stephony like he's still fooled, and it was just George calling with George stuff. He sends the kids upstairs. JJ, clueless as always, protests, but Jim purposefully thinks at Stephanie, This would be the wrong time not to listen. Take your brother upstairs. Lock the door. Daphne leads JJ on up.
Once the adults are alone, Stephony says, "I'm guessing that wasn't George on the phone, "No, that was my wife," Jim agrees. Well, so much for playing it close. Charlotte shapeshifts back to herself and Jim makes with the threats, but Charlotte informs him that her kiss took away his superpowers. Jim's cool with that. "I'm pretty confident I can still kick your ass." "Probably," Charlotte agrees, then changes into a simulation of Jim and asks, "But can you kick yours?" Jim looks pretty alarmed. So Charlotte couldn't have shapeshifted into a pro wrestler? This way, the only advantage she has in the impending smackdown is that she's the only one of them who isn't afraid to break things in the house.
Sure enough, Jim takes the ad break to get his mojo back, saying that if he doesn't have powers right now, Sim doesn't either. She says he's clearly up on the shapeshifting rules, but she doesn't think she'll need his powers: "Once you're gone, how will anyone prove I'm not you?" Like that has anything to do with it. They make with the fighty-fighty, trashing the living room, but since they're identical, and we can't keep up with which one is Jim and which one is Sim, it's like watching a three-dimensional shell game with two bald heads in place of three coconuts. The only way we can tell them apart is by the dialogue that comes between the fighting. Jim tells Sim that they know more about King than [s]he thinks, and [s]he shoots back, "Then you must know that Dr. King has his eyes set on your wife. Why do you think he sent me here to kill you?" While Jim's taking that in, Sim brains him with a handy billiard ball. Just what we needed, a third hard, smooth sphere in the mix. After some more fighting, in which we again lose track of who's who, one of the Jims gets his head bounced off the stone fireplace hearth and bashed in with a fireplace poker. Gosh, which one was it?