We're gonna beat this, Leo, just like we always do.
Leo: You've always been a bad
Previously on "Charmed"...
Paige: This could very well not be an accident after
Piper: How does that help Leo?
Paige: Maybe something magical can fix it.
Leo: Where am I?
Piper: It's just our screwed-up destiny, and I have to lose you to save you.
a parole officer?
Henry: Let me guess, missionary, social worker? Do-gooder.
to charm me?
Paige: How did you get my number?
Henry: Oh, you're not the only one with
Paige: I see.
Billie: The night my sister was taken, it was raining outside.
That was the last time I ever saw her.
Piper: What did your parents do?
thought I made the whole thing up.
Billie: Here's the thing. I have powers, which
means my sister has powers, too.
if the demon that took her wanted to use her powers for evil, the only place he could do
that would be corporate America. So...
Phoebe: So you think this is some kind of
Billie: Exactly. What do you think?
Phoebe: Well, I think if it is, it'll
still be there tomorrow. Today you're supposed to pick up your parents.
Phoebe: No. No waiting. They traveled a very long way to see you,
idea, not mine.
Phoebe: Yeah, and I think it was
very good idea, thank you.
Billie: Well, you haven't met them yet.
Phoebe: Oh, come on. They can't be that
Billie: No? My father is a robot, my mother is a wallflower, and they haven't
talked about my sister in years.
Phoebe: And that's why we invited them to dinner.
Trust me, ok? A little bit of Piper's food, some nice wine, and everyone'll be able to relax.
Billie: Oh, you cannot relax around them. They're impossible.
And, plus, they don't know anything about witches or magic.
they must have some idea. Especially if you guys both have powers.
Billie: I think
we were both adopted.
Billie: Anyways, let me get back to my theory. So I have an
appointment with one of those mucky-mucks who was kidnapped as a kid, and I
think if I can just get him to touch this paper I enchanted, I'll know he's
magical, and then I'll know I'm onto something.
Phoebe: Wait a minute. How do you
know that works?
Billie: Well, I tested it on Paige a few days ago. Please don't
here's the deal. If you want to borrow my car, you can.
Phoebe: But only if
you're going to pick up your parents, ok, not chase some lead. It can't be
as bad as you think. And you know what, who knows? They may even surprise
Billie: Surprise me? They are going to suck the life out of this place.
everything is gonna be fine. Just make sure you have enough beer, turn
the music up, turn the lights down low, and you'll be fine. All right? All
right. I'll talk to you later. Bye.
Phoebe: Uh, what's that for?
Piper: This is for Leo.
Phoebe: You're videotaping yourself
setting the table for Leo?
Piper: Well, when you go away on a long trip, it's the
little things you miss.
Phoebe: Yeah, but, sweetie, he's not on a long trip. He's
Piper: Not for long.
Phoebe: Unfortunately we don't know how long it's going to
Piper: Precisely my point, OK? So just, you know, act natural.
Phoebe: OK, you know
what? I'm-- I'm just going to go work upstairs.
Piper: Wait, wait, wait. Is it going to
bother you that much?
yeah. OK, no, it's not just that. I'm just-- I'm having a little trouble with
Piper: Really? Could ya turn to the camera and tell me a little bit
more about that problem?
Phoebe: [Laughs] Well, it's really quite simple. I don't know what
my problem is. I mean, there's these twins, and they live together, right?
And the girl doesn't know if she's going to be able to open up to her
boyfriend because she's so close to her brother.
right, so what do you think?
Phoebe: I have no idea what I think, and that's the
problem. But I have to come up with something fast because, uh, my deadline is
Piper: Well, I'm sure you'll think of something. You always do. Besides,
maybe it'll make for great dinner conversation.
Piper: Did Billie go to get
Phoebe: God, I hope so.
Dalvos: Billie, I-I feel terrible about what happened to
your sister, but I'm still not sure how you think I can help you.
I'm just trying to find a connection, Mr. Dalvos, anything that could help
me possibly find her. Um, maybe you've met or possibly heard of some of the
other kidnap victims? They were found days later, just like you.
Grant: Just so
we're clear, you are not taking this company public. You got that?
I'm in a meeting here.
Grant: You can lobby behind my back all you want, but it's
never gonna happen. See, my father made me chairman, cousin, not you.
means we stay private, just like he wanted us to.
Dalvos: We should talk about this
Grant: There's nothing to talk about. You try a power play tomorrow, I'll
Dalvos: Please excuse my cousin. He's been under a great deal of pressure
since his father died.
Billie: Uh, you know what? That's ok, I'll-- I'll just come back
later. Thank you. Bye.
Dalvos: She's a witch, isn't she?
demon nanny: You've learned your lessons
Dalvos: I've had a good teacher.
demon nanny: Still, it would've been better for you not to
her at all. You are a heartbeat away from taking over one of the country's most
powerful companies, which means now is not the time to risk getting exposed. Of course, that is why you have me.
Dalvos: Can you handle her?
demon nanny: I think if I was
able to switch you at birth, put you in position to take great power, I can
handle one little witch.
Paige: Hey, stranger.
Paige: Bad timing?
Henry: No, no, no. It's
great to see you.
[Paige chuckles nervously.]
how's your brother-in-law? You heard from him?
Paige: No. No, we haven't. Um, which you
would know if you returned a phone call.
Henry: I did call you. I didn't call you
back, did I? Ohh. Paige, I'm sorry. Work is crazy. I'm sorry.
Paige: That's OK. And
just so you know, if it is something else, it's OK.
Henry: No, no, no. No. Look,
forget about work. What are you doing for dinner tonight?
Paige: Actually, I have
Paige: [Laughs] No, not like that.
with my sisters and our friend Billie. Her parents are in town, so...
Afterwards, me and you, P3, 9:00. Say yes.
Paige: Yes. 9:00. But don't be late.
sure she'll be here soon.
Billie: Hi, guys. I'm so sorry. Traffic was
Helen: It's all right, honey.
Billie: Hi. I hope you and dad weren't waiting too
Carl: Define "too long."
Helen: Well, what a cute little car.
It's Phoebe's. She's so great. You're going to meet her tonight. I mean, they're
all--they're all great.
Carl: Here. I got it.
Billie: No, Dad. It's fine.
Helen: You're sure?
right, Mom. You squeeze in back. Ready? Let's just go.
Carl: Honey, will you--?
Helen: Yeah, here, honey.
Billie: You guys ready to see my school?
Carl: That's why we're here.
Phoebe: "Am I
Too Close to My Twin?"
Dorrie: Wait, what? I'm sorry, I can't hear you.
Phoebe: "Am I Too Close to My Twin?" You know, my column.
right. Is it done?
Phoebe: Uh, no, see, that's the problem. I'm having a hard time
coming up with an answer, which is weird considering how close I am to my
sisters, you know.
[Wyatt makes a horsey noise and Piper laughs.]
Maybe a little too close.
Dorrie: That's so weird. Your answers
usually come so easily.
Phoebe: Yeah, go figure.
Phoebe: All right, tell Elise I'm on top of
it, and I'll have the column in by 10:00. OK, bye.
Piper: Where you going?
Phoebe: Is there any way that we could keep it down just a little bit?
you know, it's for Leo.
you're right. I'll just go upstairs and do this.
Piper: Or you could help me get
the house ready for our dinner guests.
Phoebe: Um, Piper, dinner is, like, 4 hours from
now. Are you sure you're doing OK?
Piper: Yeah, I'm fine. Why?
Phoebe: Why? Because you
didn't clean and prep this much for your own wedding, that's why. Piper,
you're not dealing.
Piper: You're not helping. Billie! You're really early.
we decided to drive by
campus instead. Can we come in? Please?
Billie: You know, Phoebe over here is actually "Ask
Phoebe," the advice columnist from the Bay Mirror.
Helen: Really? Wow.
Phoebe: Yeah, yeah, that's
me. Um, actually, I'm working on a very interesting question from one of my
readers right now.
Carl: We don't read the advice columns.
Piper: Would anyone like
Paige: Ooh, well, that reminds me, I have to go meet Henry. Uh, you know,
for drinks. [Chuckles] Getting kind of late. And you know,
there's anyone you don't want to be late for, that would be a parole officer. Ok, honey, good
Helen: Did she say parole officer?
Billie: It's not what you think.
Carl: Interesting friends.
Billie: Excuse me?
Carl: Well, I think we should be going, too. It
was kind of you to invite us. Thank you for dinner.
Phoebe: Wait, wait, no. We--you
know, you haven't even had dessert yet.
Carl: It's been a long trip.
Billie: I need to ask
you guys about Christy right now.
not something we talk about in front of strangers, Billie.
Phoebe: Uh, we're not
Billie: No. Actually, Dad, they're friends. Really good friends.
And for the record, you never want to talk about her. In fact, I remember a
month after she was taken, you guys went back to your pretty little lives
like nothing ever happened, but something did happen.
were 5, what do you know?
Billie: I know you didn't do a damn thing to try and find her.
Helen: That's not true.
Piper: Ok, maybe we should all just sit down and--
Carl: I told you
coming here was a mistake.
Billie: No, the mistake was me thinking you guys could
know that this hurts me, too.
Helen: Why do you always do this to us?
Carl: Because she
doesn't care about us, that's why.
Billie: I don't care about you?! You guys are
Carl: Nice shot, babe.
Helen: Thanks, hon. Hmmm.
Piper: Oh, boy.
Helen: Mmm, titanium. [Laughs] The best.
Helen: Nice gun. Where'd you get that?
Carl: I don't know, but I like it.
Helen: [Laughs.] Me, too.
What's going on?
Phoebe: Piper, what did you put in their food?
Piper: Food was in the food, thank you.
Phobes: Well, how do you explain this?
Piper: Well, don't look at me. She's the one that said
It's a figure of speech.
Piper: Well, apparently not.
Helen: Excuse me?
Who are you?
I'm your daughter. Billie.
Helen: Come here. Come here. Mmm.
Phoebe: Ok, you
know, let's talk over here. You guys, just don't mind us. Just keep grossing
me out over there.
Billie: How did this happen?
Phoebe: I have no idea, but we have to
figure it out fast.
Piper: Ok, why don't you two go upstairs and check the book,
see if you can find anything that will help them,
I will stay here and keep an eye on Mr. and Mrs. there.
Phoebe: Well, I don't think
it was a spell because the words didn't rhyme, but obviously it had
something to do with the words, right?
You know, or maybe it was just-- me.
Phoebe: Well, no, it couldn't have just been you. I mean, that was a pretty powerful
transformation down there.
Well, tell that to these flowers. This morning
they were alive until I said something like
the life out of this place," and then they just...
Phoebe: Got the life sucked out of them?
what's happening to me?
Oh, sweetie, I don't know. Although I do know of a
power called projection, and I've never actually seen it, but I know it
It lets the witch turn people and things into whatever
comes to mind without a spell or a potion. It's pretty powerful stuff.
so you're saying I just all of a sudden
this new power?
Well, it kind of makes sense if you think about it. Right? I mean,
you're growing as a witch, and our powers are tied to our emotions, and
you've been suppressing those lately.
Well, if I can turn my parents into
something, I can turn them back, right? Dead flowers, be alive again!
it takes a while to get the hang of new powers, plus you're not in the same
emotional state you were
Well, how do I get back to that same emotional state?
I don't know. But when
you figure it out, just be careful what you say.
Billie: Oh, my gosh!
Phoebe: Piper, what happened?
Piper: Uh, well, augh!
Piper: Your parents jumped me. It's the last time I invite them to dinner.
Phoebe: Easy, easy.
Billie: They beat your freeze?
Piper: Ugh, I didn't even have a chance. They're
fast, and they're dangerous.
do you mean?
Piper: They said they were going to find some real action.
Phoebe: What does
Billie: The only action I remember them looking for growing up was
Piper: Well, now apparently they're looking for an arsenal.
[Dance music playing]
Bartender: Hey, Paige, what's up?
Hi. I'm supposed to
meet my date here. Has anyone come up and asked for me?
Bartender: No, not tonight.
Paige: Huh. He was supposed to meet me 30 minutes ago. Ok. Um, you're sure?
Bartender: I'm sure. Sorry.
[Cell phone rings]
Paige: You're late.
Piper: Paige, hi. Where are
Paige: Oh, well, apparently I'm being stood up. Why?
Piper: Because we need you at
home. Apparently we have some assassins to save.
Carl: Where you hiding all
those things anyway?
Helen: Well, I'm all out of ammo now. But you're welcome to check.
Carl: Later. First we need to stock up. Ammo for me. Prada for you.
Helen: Mmm, you read
Helen: Thank you.
Paige: All right, ladies, so what is it? What's the plan?
hello to you, too.
Just got stood up. Not really so much in the mood for chitchat.
Phoebe: Ohh, well, I'm
sure Henry has a perfectly good explanation for that.
Paige: Hmm, doesn't he always? Ok,
what's going on?
Billie: Find my parents before they kill someone.
Phoebe: We're going to
stun 'em with this, bring them back here, and then change them back.
we haven't figured out that last part yet.
Billie: Yeah, and this isn't working. You
know, maybe I should just use my new power, turn myself into a target,
they come after me.
Phoebe: You know, Billie, this isn't your fault.
Billie: Yes, it is.
you got emotional and hurt. It's completely understandable.
Paige: Hey, can we make
some of that stun potion for me to use on Mr. Henry?
Piper: People, focus. The
longer they're out there, the more damage they do.
Paige: Well, you know, scrying's
not going to work for them anyway because they're not magical.
Piper: No, but they
I think I found them.
Phoebe: OK, great. Piper, take these.
Piper: Oh, no, I can't go.
Piper: Well, the boys.
Phoebe: Sweetie, the boys will be OK. I'll stay here. Don't
worry about them.
Piper: No, I know. I'm just, you know, with Leo gone, I kinda
want to stay close to them.
Phoebe: OK. I'll go. We'll be back.
Billie: Oh, are they dead?
Phoebe: No, it looks like they're still breathing.
Paige: Looks like your parents were just
toying with them.
Billie: I don't know
that's a good thing or a bad thing.
Paige: Bad thing. Throw the potion.
Dad, we're not trying to hurt you. We want to help you.
Helen: Why does she keep
calling us that?
Carl: I have no idea.
Dalvos: You said you could handle this. You promised.
demon nanny: Have I ever
let you down?
No. No, it's just yesterday I had only one witch
worry about. Now I've got three.
Not just any 3 witches. The Charmed Ones.
What? That's who they are? I don't have the power to stand up to them.
don't have the power to stand up to anybody. Demonically speaking, I mean.
But you won't have to. As far as they know, you're human. They can't touch
Maybe not. But they're sure as hell not going to let us take out
so I can become chairman.
We won't have to take him out. They'll do it for
us. At least, Billie's spellbound
You're going to hire them.
[Knock on door]
Dalvos: I hear you two are looking for some action. I come
Carl: And who are you?
Dalvos: Someone who wants somebody killed. Interested?
Everything you'll need to get through security, including the weapon, which
I assume you'll be able to figure out.
Helen: Who's the mark?
Dalvos: In the envelope. It
won't be easy, and you'll only get one shot at him. Plus, the meeting's
less than an hour.
Carl: And what's in it for us?
Dalvos: Whatever you want.
Carl: We're in.
Phoebe: They still
Phoebe: Hey, you OK?
Billie: 0h, yeah, sure, considering my parents tried to
Paige: Well, if it makes you feel better, you know, they weren't really
your parents when they did that. I mean, they didn't know they were your
parents. But they are your parents is what I'm saying.
Phoebe: Just keep mixing.
just still can't believe this is all happening.
it's not your fault. You didn't do anything wrong.
Billie: I know, but still. You
know, it's so weird, but I can remember them being like this all the time.
Paige: What, like assassins?
Billie: No, happy. Together-- working together, laughing. When
Christy got kidnapped, it all just--
Phoebe: Well, it's the hardest thing in the
world to lose a child.
Billie: I know. I know that. Even though I may have just been
5, I miss the way it used to be. Well, I guess it's good to know they have it in
knows? Maybe they'll be like that again soon. After you find Christy. Piper?
Paige: Uh, no, she's with the babies, putting them down for a nap. Here. I think I
know who it is. Oh, and, uh, we lucked out with her parents before, but we
need to stop them before they kill an innocent.
Phoebe: I know, I know.
Paige: Henry, hi.
Henry: Did you get any of my calls?
Paige: Yeah, I got all your calls.
Henry: Ok, you're mad.
I don't blame you. Um, I can explain, though, all right?
There's really nothing to explain. Ha! You stood me up.
Henry: One of my parolees skipped out.
What was I supposed to do?
Paige: Call me.
Henry: Oh, I did. I tried calling.
Paige: Before, Henry. Not after. Look, here's the thing. I'm a big girl. I really am. So if
you don't want to go out with me, please just say so because I'm really not
into the whole game-playing thing.
Henry: I'm not playing any games, Paige.
not supposed to be this hard this early. I don't know. I keep feeling
there's something off or there's something you're not telling me, some sort of secret.
Henry: What are you not telling me?
Paige: Don't turn this around on me.
Henry: No, I'll admit--
I have my secrets.
Paige: Oh, my God, are you married?
Henry: No, I'm not married. Look,
we both know you're not telling me something here, OK? I have trouble
getting close to people, Paige. And I know it doesn't let me off the hook,
but when you're holding back on me--
Phoebe: Paige! We gotta move.
so could get the thing from the thing for the thing.
Paige: Yeah. Um, ok. Well, I
have to go. I'll call you.
Henry: You promise?
Phoebe: Sorry, it's just her
parents stopped moving.
Billie: Right where I was trying to prove my conspiracy
Piper: What conspiracy theory?
Billie: The one about my sister being one of many
powerful kids that was kidnapped by demons.
Phoebe: Think Manchurian Candidate.
Paige: Which version?
Phoebe: Does it matter?
Billie: I don't even understand what my parents are
doing here anyway.
mean it's too big of a coincidence to be a coincidence, right?
Phoebe: Well, maybe
there really are demons at the company, and they know you're onto them.
Paige: Maybe they're using your parents as leverage.
Phoebe: This time, you're going, I'm
Piper: Wait, but--
Phoebe: No buts. We don't know what we're up against, and you
have more firepower than I do.
Piper: Yeah, but you've got the potions.
Piper: So, we can make vanguiishing potions.
Billie: We don't have time. My parents don't have
Phoebe: Look, you can't hole up here anymore. And you can't busy yourself with
endless tasks, OK? You have to get back out there and fight. For Leo.
Paige: Do you
see them anywhere?
Piper: How do you know they're in there?
Billie: Well, Dalvos is
here, so they have to be close.
Carl: Excuse me. Is this seat taken?
Grant: Thank you. Thank you. Good afternoon, everyone. There's been a
lot of talk about where our company'ss going next, both in terms of our
businesses, and in terms of the broader question: Will Pelham go public or
remain private? It's this question I'd like to address today. Now, Pelham is
a family company, founded on old-fashioned values: Trust, hard work, and
Billie: Oh, there they are. 2 tables from the front.
Paige: Well, at least they're
Billie: How we going to get them outta here?
Piper: We wait.
Grant: So I think the real question we should be
asking is, which direction will better serve these core values? So, after
much consideration, I want to reassure everyone in every division, from
microchips to macro turbines, that Pelham is going to remain--
Billie: What are you
doing? Are you crazy?
Paige: Aah! Hot!
Piper: Something's not right. Why would they want
to shoot him?
nanny demon: Because
I wanted them to. Just so you know, whether or not you vanquish me, it won't
save mommy and daddy.
Piper: How do you figure?
nanny demon: Because the chairman is still going
to die. And they will still be blamed for his murder. And afterwards, our
greatest creation-- for all intents and purposes, a human--
Rod Dalvos will
take over, and with it give us the demonic foothold we've worked a
generation to achieve.
Piper: And how do you plan to
Phoebe: I don't know. It just came to
me. Actually, I don't know why I had such a hard time
question in the first place.
Dorrie: [Over telephone] But it's brilliant,
Phoebe: Oh, well, I don't know about brilliant.
Dorrie: Are you kidding?
"Sometimes people can rely a little too much on a sibling for their
emotional needs, not being open to finding love outside of the home.
Sometimes you have to move out to move on." How'd you come up with that?
Phoebe: Well, let's just say I can relate. And it took me a little while
figure it out. You know? And, uh, some peace and quiet.
Piper: We got big
Phoebe: So much for peace and quiet. Uh, OK, get that to copy right away
'cause I don't want to miss the deadline. All right, thanks.
Piper: Where are the
Phoebe: They're still napping.
Piper: Ok, I'm going to go take them to Dad's. I don't
want them to be around here. And just so we're clear, I'm not ducking a
fight. I'm just protecting my kids.
Phoebe: What's going on?
Billie: What's going on is my parents just tried to kill someone.
Phoebe: Oh, well, thank God for that.
Paige: Yeah, except that they are wanted
for murder. See, they were set up by this demon who was--
Billie: A human demon.
Paige: Yeah, who wants to take over a company.
Phoebe: Back up, a human demon?
Billie: Yeah, Dalvos, the guy I met, he hired my parents to kill his boss.
Paige: Well, he,
actually hired the nanny.
the demon has a nanny?
Paige: Well, she's really the one who's pulling the strings.
Billie: Yeah, and she's trying to frame my parents, so we have to get to them before
Paige: Or the police do.
Reporter: Do you have any idea why anyone would want to shoot your
Dalvos: I honestly don't know why they'd want to kill Grant. I mean, I
assume it's connected to their daughter coming to ask for our help
Reporter: Help for what?
Another reporter: Can you elaborate on that?
Dalvos: Help in finding her sister. I guess she
thought since I, too, was a kidnap victim as a child, we could help.
looked into the possibility, of course. But when Grant discovered that her
parents had spent the past 15 years searching for their daughter with no
success, he decided there wasn't really anything we could do. Obviously, Mr.
and Mrs. Jenkins didn't like that answer.
Dalvos: How long before I become chairman?
demon nanny: We wait for a respectable period of mourning. After all, we wouldn't want to
appear too anxious or cast unwanted suspicions, now, would we?
Dalvos: All right. Then
what do we do?
demon nanny: We take care of loose ends. That's what we do.
[Cell phone rings]
Carl: Yeah? You'll text me where to find this loose end?
Consider it done.
[Cell phone rings]
Helen: Yes? All right. Where do I find the mark?
Piper: How's it
Phoebe: Oh, not good. They've split up, and they keep moving around. Every
time the crystal drops, it jumps someplace else.
Piper: Well, maybe they know
someone's looking for them.
Phoebe: Well, I think everyone's
Piper: Where's Paige?
Phoebe: She's upstairs trying to find the demon nanny in the
Dalvos: [Over computer speaker] I honestly don't know why they'd want
to kill grant.
Phoebe: Hey, how's it going?
Dalvos: I mean, I can only assume it's
connected to their daughter coming to...
Phoebe: Did you find
Billie: Just this.
Dalvos: Help in finding her sister. I guess she thought since
I, too, had been a kidnap victim as a child,
we could do something. We looked into the possibility, of course, but when
Grant discovered that her parents have spent the past 15 years searching for
her without success, he decided there wasn't really anything we could do.
Obviously Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins didn't like that answer.
Billie: This is all
over the internet. I mean, they were looking for her, and they didn't even
Phoebe: Ok. We're going to find them, Billie.
Billie: How? Scrying isn't working.
know what? There might be another way. If Christy and Billie both have
powers, doesn't that mean that their parents have to be the carriers?
it's in the blood.
Right. So wouldn't that mean that the "call for a lost
witch" spell might work?
Carl: I had no idea.
Helen: Me neither.
Carl: What are we
going to do?
Helen: Hmm. We have a choice?
Carl: You could drop your gun.
Helen: [Chuckles] Or you could drop yours.
Carl: Hmm. This isn't how I wanted it to end.
Helen: Me, neither.
Helen: I love you, too.
Phoebe: Freeze them.
Helen: One move, and you die.
Helen: Who are you? Who hired you?
Piper: Who hired us?
Carl: To take us out. We want names. Now!
I don't really want to blow up your parents, but--
Billie: All right, stop it. This
is crazy. You want to shoot me? Is that what you want to do?
Helen: Easy, Billie.
Billie: You already lost one daughter.
You want to lose other one, too? Do you want to pull
that trigger, Mom? It's not going to bring Christy back, and I know that's
the one thing you want more than anything in this world. Why didn't you tell
me you kept searching for her? Don't you think I needed to know, that I
wanted to know? I was just a kid. I
was scared and young,
and I didn't know y better, and I thought you didn't care about me or her.
And now, you're all I have left.
Helen: Oh, Billie. I'm so sorry, baby.
Paige: Hey, guess
what, guys. I think I, um figured out how to clear their names. Did I miss
Helen: Ohh, my baby.
Dalvos: First, I'd like to thank you all for coming on such
short notice. Trust me, I wouldn't have dragged you all down here if it
wasn't important. I won't be taking the company public after all.
staying in the family, private. Just like Grant and his father wanted it to.
Secondly, I wanted you all to know I'm not going to become the next chairman
after all because... I'll be going to jail instead.
Piper as Dalvos: You see...I'm the one who shot Grant, not that girl's
parents. I just made it look like they did because I wanted to take over the
Dalvos: Whoa. You scared me. What's wrong?
demon nanny: What's wrong is it's over, Dalvos.
years of planning gone!
Dalvos: What? How?
demon nanny: Because the witches outsmarted us, that's
how. They knew they couldn't vanquish you, so they ruined you instead.
Destroyed your reputation. Now we're both ruined.
Dalvos: So what does this mean?
What do we do now?
demon nanny: We tie up loose ends.
Phoebe: Ah, another day, another
Piper: Ah, did they print my speech? It was a good speech.
Phoebe: Obviously. Too bad Mary Poppins got away.
Piper: Yeah, well, don't worry about it. I'm sure
we'll be seeing her again in about 30 years or so.
Phoebe: Oh, we won't be doing
this in another 30 years. They will.
Piper: I wonder where we'll be.
Phoebe: Well, my guess
is you'll be sitting right there feeding your grandkids with Leo.
Piper: Let's hope
Phoebe: Piper, give yourself a break. It's going to take some time, you know.
you have to allow yourself that time.
Piper: Sounds like good advice. Did you have
any for the twins?
Phoebe: Actually, I did. I suggested that she move out of the
house, get her own space.
Piper: That's good advice. All right, buddy, let's go.
What do you say? Watch your fingers, fingers, fingers. Come on, come on,
come on. All righty.
Paige: Just a question. Why
is it so hard for you to get close to people?
Henry: Well, you don't beat around the bush, huh?
I, um, figure since you stood me up, I can ask anything I want. I'm not mad or
anything like that. I was just curious.
Henry: I don't know. I think because I grew
up in foster homes, you know, and I just bounced around. It made me not
trust. You know, whenever I would get close to somebody, they would-- they
would leave. I
mean, really, I would leave. So now it's years later, and whenever
I like someone.. I'm sorry. It's that fight-or-flight thing.
Paige: There's nothing to be
sorry for. But just so you know... you don't have to run from me.
Helen: You two. You fought like cats and dogs, you know. You were as wildly different as any 2 kids could
ever be. And you were inseparable.
Billie: We were?
Helen: Oh, yeah. Of course, Christy
loved to get you in trouble--a lot. It took your father and me a while to
figure that one out. She was very sneaky that way.
Billie: You know, I don't
much about her. There's little moments and things here and there, but most of
what I remember of her I loved.
Helen: Ah, honey... she adored you. She was very
protective of you, too. Nobody could pick on you...except her.
Billie: Why didn't
you tell me you kept looking for her?
Helen: I don't know. We should have. We just
didn't know what to do. When it happened, we were devastated. Maybe it was
all of us, but we made the choice to try and make life as normal as possible
for you. We thought if we just didn't talk about it--
Billie: Mom, you know what?
It's OK. I understand. Did you know Christy was a witch? I mean, that I was?
Helen: Mm-hmm. Just like your grandmother. I guess it skipped a generation, huh?
Billie: Yeah, lucky you.
Helen: No, lucky you. You have a very special gift, Billie, one
that you were meant to do great things with. I
know that. Just embrace it.
Billie: I'm going to find her, Mom. I promise.
maybe this will help. It's Christy's diary. We never could figure out what
the last entry meant. Maybe you can. Be safe.
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