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- What's with the hide-and-go-peek?
- He's still staring at me.
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- Who?
- That guy at the end of the bar.
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Oh, no, honey, that's not staring.
That's flirting.
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- You say tomato...
- No, I say relax-o.
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He seems pretty harmless.
I mean, he's clean-cut, innocent.
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The kind of guy that a girl
could teach a few things to.
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Hello, kind of girl
who's in a serious relationship.
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Besides, it's always
the innocent-Iooking ones
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you have to watch out for.
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Hi. Hey, all right,
I need some professional help.
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- No arguments here.
- Cute. Where is your DJ?
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He's on break. Why?
What's going on?
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You know when you get a song
stuck in your head,
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and you can't get it out?
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Yeah, I couldn't get the Facts of Life
song out of my head for three years.
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All right. I have absolutely
no idea what this one is,
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and it's driving me crazy.
I thought maybe your DJ
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- would recognise it or something.
- How's it go?
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- I'm not gonna sing it for you.
- Why not? Maybe we'll recognize it.
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Okay.
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- Anything?
- Nada.
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I'm thinking if you tried it again
with a little more oomph,
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maybe some choreography,
and Piper could back you up
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with some old-school beatbox.
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Why did I know I would get absolutely
no help out of you crazy people?

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Oh, come on, wait a minute.
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Wait. We can't let you leave
completely empty-handed.
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What is this?
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You really reconnected
with our friend Justin.
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He's inviting us to his big annual
family barbecue.
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Sounds like fun.
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For who? I mean, you know,
Justin and I
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are still in the flirtatious banter
stage of the relationship.
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I think hanging out with the folks
might put a damper on it.
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- Is that all?
- Yeah, what do you mean?
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I mean, are you sure it's not because
it's a big family gathering?
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If you're gonna go with the
"Prue's got parental issues" card,
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let me save you some time.


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Prue, it's not like we blame you.
Seeing complete, connected families
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is hard on all of us. We can't spend
our lives avoiding what bothers us.
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The only thing bothering me
right now
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is that I cannot get this stupid song
out of my head.
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I really appreciate your concern.
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You know what I would
appreciate more?
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Five minutes with your DJ.
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Would you like some ice cream,
little one?
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Yeah.
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You didn't say please.
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Help me!
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Come on, Cole, talk to me.
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Morning, sunshine.

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Okay, how about cloudy
with chance of showers?
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I'm sorry, did you say something?
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Nothing pressing.
You pull an all-nighter again?
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Yeah. Subject matter's
been elusive.
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Caught by the bell.
Who's the instant message from?
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Oh, it's nothing.
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All right, well, nothing
usually means something,
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and something
usually means a boy, so...
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All right, I don't know what you guys
are talking about,
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but what I've got is better,
at least bizarrer.
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Bizarrer? Is that even a word, Piper?
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Whatever. Anyway,
Cara called last night.
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She had a meeting

in the Bay Tech Building yesterday,


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and she swore that she saw Victor
walking through the lobby.
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As in Dad Victor?
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As in we haven't spoken to him
in a year
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and he's probably in town
and he hasn't bothered to call us.
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That would be the one.
You see my need to share?
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But Cara hasn't seen him
since what?
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Like the first grade, I know.
But she sounded very sure.
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Why do you think he's here?
Should we go and try and find him?
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What if it has nothing to do with us?
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Well, I for one am not gonna
go out of my way to find out.
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Wait, you're not even curious?
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Come on, Prue.
I mean, he is our father.
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Like I said before, I've come to terms
with our lack of parental involvement.
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Some people weren't meant to have
the Rockwellian porch
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with the house, the two-car garage,
the golden retriever
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and the doting mom and dad.
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Okay, so we're not the typical family.
But he is all we have, Prue.
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No, Piper, we have each other,
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okay. And we have other people that
love us, and very full and busy lives.
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Speaking of which, I gotta dash.
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If you wanna have lunch,
I'll be up on Knob Hill in the park for...
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- Doing a shoot, okay?
- Okay.
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Okay.
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- Hey, can I walk you out?
- That would be so nice.
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Oh, excuse me.
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Hi. I'm...
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You don't really care
who I am, do you?
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I mean, everybody else
is on lunch break
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and you're stuck here
fielding random questions
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from people who shouldn't even
be asking them in the first place...
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Can I actually help you?
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Yeah. Right.
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I'd like to know which company
Victor Bennett is with.
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- He's not.
- Excuse me?
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Bennett comma Victor?
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He's not listed
in any office in the building.
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I have a picture.
It's about from a decade ago,
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but have you seen him around?
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Are you sure?
Because I know that...
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Dad?
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Dad.
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- What?
- It's...
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It's not you. I'm sorry,
I thought you were...
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I'm sorry.
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So they say stick to what you know,
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so I pitched a piece
about growing up in the city.
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- Hopefully it'll make the cover.
- You're dodging.
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Artfully, but it's still a dodge.
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All right, did you ever consider
that maybe I just don't wanna go?
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No, it has nothing to do
with the barbecue
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or the guy that asked you
to go with him.
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It has to do with Dad.
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Why do you insist on pinning
everything that I do on my feelings
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or lack thereof for our father?
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Prue, you say you're over it,
but you say it so much
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that I have this feeling that the person
you're trying to convince is yourself.
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And believe me,
after what I went through with Cole,
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if anyone understands that, it's me.
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- It's sort of not the same thing.
- Well, maybe it is.
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My feelings for our father
are in the past,
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which means they really
have no place in the present.
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So Justin gets penalized.
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- There it is.
- What?
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That song. Don't you hear it?
Somebody's humming it.

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Hi.
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Hey.
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I was wondering if you could tell me
what that song is that you're humming.
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Okay, riddle solved. Now you can stop
humming that stupid song.
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We were in the middle of you
trying to make an argument
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of why you're not gonna go
to Justin's barbecue.
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Prue, if you keep ignoring me,
my feelings might actually implode.
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- It's cold out.
- There's a thing we call winter here.
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Why would a child want ice cream
when it's this cold out?
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And the truck pulled up
and no one budged.
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And did you notice
there are no parents?
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So connect the dots for me, please?
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Preferably standing still.

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What? Do you have
a hankering for a snow cone?
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Prue, we're in the middle
of a conversation,
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and considering your lunch hour
ended, oh, five minutes ago
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- we should probably make this fast.
- Yeah, well, something's wrong.
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I know that. Why don't you
talk to me about it?
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Not with me, Phoebe.
With this, all right?
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I have a total dja vu
coming on.
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Okay, so first you're humming
weird songs,
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and now you're having flashbacks?
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- Hello?
- Would you like some ice cream?
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All right. I mean, it's just that usually
that my instincts...
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No! Hold on!
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All right, where's the little girl?
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I don't know. I was holding on to her
and... We have to find her.
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First, we have to figure out
where the hell we are.
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I'm gonna take a wild guess and say
we're not still in the ice-cream truck.
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Or even worse, we are
still in the ice-cream truck.
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Prue...
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I know, I hear it too.
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All right, if there's a way in,
there's definitely a way out.
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Who are you?!
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No powers, no powers.
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I'm not surprised,
I'm not surprised.
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Okay, something tells me
he was not running from us.
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Okay, let's go.
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Help!
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Please help me!
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Help you from what?
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- The Nothing.
- Was that the man we just saw here?
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It's up there.
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It comes for you, for everybody.
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And when it gets you, the only thing
left where you stood is nothing.
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You never know when it's coming.
And you never know who it wants.
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We try to hide,
but it keeps finding us.
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Hurry! It's coming!
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In here! Come on!
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Here, in here!
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Wait for me!
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- Run!
- Help!
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She's not gonna make it.
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Prue!
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Come on.
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She was right there.
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Prue, it's not your fault. Our powers
don't work here, we know that now.
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We'll be better prepared next time.
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Does that mean
you're gonna save us?
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- Us?
- There are others just like me.
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Hiding. Captured by
the ice-cream man.
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If he doesn't want you here,
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that must mean that you
have the power to save us.
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We should go.
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The Nothing will be coming back.
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It always does. Come on.

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Prue, it's me leaving you
another message
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after leaving Phoebe
another message.
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I tried you at work, but they said you
never checked in after your shoot.
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So where are you guys?
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Look, so call me. Or better yet,
just show up and save me
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from having to perform an impending
awkward rejection all by myself.
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Hi, I'm Caleb.
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Piper.
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I'm sort of new in town
and I'm looking to meet someone.
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Someone special?
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Sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt
your phone call to your...
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Fianc. Very large,
very jealous fianc.
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Really? Does...?
Does he ever come here?

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- Yeah, all the time.
- So he lives nearby?
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Look, I'm flattered. And you know,
if this was another time or place...
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Maybe you'd like to meet
one of my single sisters?
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You've got sisters? Really?
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Well, maybe we could all
get together some time.
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Does...? Does your fianc like
to hang out with your sisters too?
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Okay. You know what? I don't know
what kind of kinky stuff you're into,
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but there's a club down the street
you might be more comfortable in.
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They've got cages and rubber floors,
and a three-for-two special on Fridays.
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- I'm not looking for a club, Piper.
- And I'm not interested, Caleb.
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At least not in what I think
you're interested in.
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So if you don't mind, I have lots
of stacking and stuff to do.

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I think you got the wrong...
Oh, okay. l...
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You know what, I'm gonna come
back later, when you're not...
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...stacking.
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Prue, where are you guys?
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Are we going in circles? This looks
like the exact same playground.
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In this place, everywhere you go
looks the same.
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That's how the Nothing gets you.
Only a few of us can find our way.
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Why couldn't you get a boy-band song
in your head like everybody else?
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All right, just tell us everything
you know about the ice-cream man.
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Just that he's the one
who put us here.
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All right, so is he
in charge of the Nothing?
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I don't know, I guess.
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The others are gonna be

so happy to see you.


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We've been wishing
and hoping that someday,
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someone would come
and save us. And now you're here.
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Well, we're gonna do whatever
we can to get you out of here.
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00:16:33,649 --> 00:16:35,480
So why don't you take us
to your friends?
236
00:16:35,689 --> 00:16:37,441
Through here.
237
00:16:38,849 --> 00:16:40,248
Daddy!
238
00:16:41,609 --> 00:16:45,443
It's okay. It's all right. It's okay.
239
00:16:48,609 --> 00:16:50,167
What is it?
240
00:16:51,289 --> 00:16:53,962
I saw you, when you were little,
241
00:16:54,169 --> 00:16:56,399
in this playground with Dad.
242
00:17:06,969 --> 00:17:08,641
Leo?
243
00:17:09,569 --> 00:17:11,400
Leo?
244
00:17:16,929 --> 00:17:19,238
- It's about time.
- Piper, I was busy.
245

00:17:19,569 --> 00:17:21,958


Well, don't you have orb waiting?
246
00:17:22,169 --> 00:17:24,967
Look, it's not fair to my other clients
if I keep getting calls from you
247
00:17:25,169 --> 00:17:26,284
while I'm at work.
248
00:17:26,649 --> 00:17:28,924
Look, I just have one teensy favour.
249
00:17:29,129 --> 00:17:31,085
Prue and Phoebe
never came back from lunch
250
00:17:31,289 --> 00:17:33,325
and they haven't been returning
my phone calls.
251
00:17:33,529 --> 00:17:35,201
And I know I'm probably
just being paranoid,
252
00:17:35,409 --> 00:17:39,118
but can't you do that check-thesupernatural-radar thing that you do?
253
00:17:39,329 --> 00:17:41,206
I'm sure it's fine, they're just...
254
00:17:47,849 --> 00:17:48,838
Leo?
255
00:17:51,529 --> 00:17:53,485
- Not good?
- I can't sense them anywhere.
256
00:17:53,689 --> 00:17:55,122
It's like they just...
257
00:17:55,329 --> 00:17:56,364
Disappeared.
258
00:17:59,449 --> 00:18:02,566
- All right, is that all of you?

- All that's left.


259
00:18:02,769 --> 00:18:03,918
Are you gonna save us?
260
00:18:04,129 --> 00:18:05,357
We're gonna try.
261
00:18:05,569 --> 00:18:08,879
All right, I think the only way out
is to go through the person that...
262
00:18:10,689 --> 00:18:12,122
Put us here in the first place.
263
00:18:12,329 --> 00:18:14,763
The ice-cream man? But how
are we supposed to find him?
264
00:18:14,969 --> 00:18:16,641
Something tells me
that's not gonna be hard.
265
00:18:16,849 --> 00:18:19,238
- Why not?
- Oh, because he's right over there.
266
00:18:20,409 --> 00:18:21,842
Okay, you kids stay here.
267
00:18:22,049 --> 00:18:25,121
We'll take care
of the Good Humor Man. Let's go.
268
00:18:25,449 --> 00:18:27,087
There he is, by the slide.
269
00:18:29,249 --> 00:18:31,922
Hey wait, look at that.
What does that look like to you?
270
00:18:32,129 --> 00:18:33,642
The street,
from the back of the truck.
271
00:18:33,849 --> 00:18:35,043
That's right, the way out.

272
00:18:35,249 --> 00:18:37,205
Okay, all that we need now
are the...
273
00:18:38,769 --> 00:18:41,203
Hey, we were just coming to get you.
Come on, we're going home.
274
00:18:43,809 --> 00:18:46,642
Come on, come on. One down.
275
00:18:49,089 --> 00:18:50,761
Here comes another one.
276
00:18:51,649 --> 00:18:54,004
- No!
- Hurry, get!
277
00:18:55,729 --> 00:18:57,128
Okay, I'm going next.
278
00:18:57,329 --> 00:18:59,604
- Okay, go.
- Keep away from the door!
279
00:19:03,649 --> 00:19:05,128
Ari, come on. Hurry up.
280
00:19:19,649 --> 00:19:22,766
- Oh, my God.
- Actually, quite the opposite.
281
00:19:23,209 --> 00:19:25,848
Okay, we need to keep him away
from the other kids.
282
00:19:26,009 --> 00:19:29,126
I don't think they'll listen to you.
You're not the boss of them.
283
00:19:31,969 --> 00:19:33,368
Did you do it?
284
00:19:33,569 --> 00:19:35,287
Say thank you to the witches.

285
00:19:35,489 --> 00:19:36,524
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
286
00:19:45,249 --> 00:19:47,558
Why don't we try focusing
on the positive?
287
00:19:47,769 --> 00:19:50,920
- They're together.
- That's it? That's your positive?
288
00:19:51,129 --> 00:19:53,563
Because I've got a list
a mile long in the negative column.
289
00:19:53,769 --> 00:19:56,522
They've been gone all night, Leo.
And not even you can find them.
290
00:19:56,729 --> 00:19:59,004
- I'm sure they're fine.
- You don't know that.
291
00:19:59,209 --> 00:20:02,042
Any minute they're gonna walk through
that door with a good explanation.
292
00:20:02,249 --> 00:20:04,080
Piper?
293
00:20:05,529 --> 00:20:07,008
See?
294
00:20:07,169 --> 00:20:09,637
Prue, Phoebe, hi.
295
00:20:09,849 --> 00:20:11,521
Hey.
296
00:20:11,849 --> 00:20:13,999
- Okay.
- Where were we?
297
00:20:14,209 --> 00:20:16,040
Oh, I would like to know
the same thing.

298
00:20:16,249 --> 00:20:17,807
All that we know
is we have to go back.
299
00:20:18,009 --> 00:20:20,364
Wait a minute, is this demon
or sibling-related?
300
00:20:20,569 --> 00:20:22,958
A little bit of both. We thought
the good guys were bad guys,
301
00:20:23,169 --> 00:20:25,478
and in trying to vanquish them,
we helped the real bad guys,
302
00:20:25,689 --> 00:20:27,520
which were dead ringers
for good guys.
303
00:20:27,729 --> 00:20:28,957
Was that English?
304
00:20:29,169 --> 00:20:31,239
How about we fill in the blanks
as we climb the stairs
305
00:20:31,449 --> 00:20:34,122
- to that big book in the attic?
- Good idea.
306
00:20:37,769 --> 00:20:41,887
So he's a demonic dogcatcher
and he uses ice cream as bait?
307
00:20:42,089 --> 00:20:44,205
Great news for the
lactose-intolerant demons.
308
00:20:44,409 --> 00:20:47,162
Nothing in here on the demon kids
who escaped.
309
00:20:47,369 --> 00:20:49,041
That we helped escape.
310

00:20:49,249 --> 00:20:51,968


But there's a whole page
dedicated to the Ice Cream Man.
311
00:20:52,169 --> 00:20:53,522
What?
312
00:20:53,729 --> 00:20:56,118
- He is mortal.
- What?
313
00:20:56,769 --> 00:20:58,566
Do you remember when demons
looked like demons
314
00:20:58,769 --> 00:21:02,045
and innocents looked like innocents?
Who changed the rules on us?
315
00:21:02,249 --> 00:21:03,967
Wait. If he's mortal,
how does he do it?
316
00:21:05,089 --> 00:21:07,319
- It's not him.
- Bingo, it's a song.
317
00:21:07,529 --> 00:21:09,520
It says, "The Ice Cream Man
plays the devil's chord,
318
00:21:09,729 --> 00:21:11,799
which is a series of notes
that when sounded together
319
00:21:12,009 --> 00:21:14,284
specifically attract demon kids
like moths to a flame."
320
00:21:14,489 --> 00:21:17,128
More like moths to nothing.
That's what's inside the truck.
321
00:21:18,529 --> 00:21:20,121
Nothing. That why
he pulls them in there.
322
00:21:20,329 --> 00:21:22,843

The Nothing is the only thing


that can vanquish them.
323
00:21:23,049 --> 00:21:25,927
So they might be pint-sized,
but they're badasses.
324
00:21:26,129 --> 00:21:28,597
But if they couldn't get out
on their own, how did you guys?
325
00:21:29,369 --> 00:21:31,007
Because he led us out.
326
00:21:33,929 --> 00:21:37,604
- He tried to save us.
- And that is all she wrote, literally.
327
00:21:38,449 --> 00:21:42,158
The Nothing doesn't discriminate.
Good or evil, tastes the same.
328
00:21:42,369 --> 00:21:45,281
Now the only person who knows
anything about the escaped meanies
329
00:21:45,489 --> 00:21:48,128
is stuck on the playground
and is in serious danger
330
00:21:48,329 --> 00:21:49,842
- of becoming lunch himself.
- Right.
331
00:21:50,049 --> 00:21:52,085
And our powers don't play,
not in this situation.
332
00:21:52,289 --> 00:21:55,247
Pheebs and I tried everything to get
back in, but the door wouldn't budge.
333
00:21:55,449 --> 00:21:56,848
Well, not everything.
334
00:21:58,809 --> 00:21:59,924
Mind sharing with the room?

335
00:22:01,329 --> 00:22:04,878
Phoebe had a premonition of me...
336
00:22:05,089 --> 00:22:07,080
And Dad in the playground.
337
00:22:07,289 --> 00:22:08,517
You were there?
338
00:22:08,689 --> 00:22:11,681
- How? When?
- Only one way to find out.
339
00:22:11,889 --> 00:22:14,005
Right, but we don't even know
where he is.
340
00:22:14,209 --> 00:22:16,882
Never have, not even now, when
he might actually come in handy.
341
00:22:19,369 --> 00:22:21,599
He's here. Dad's in San Francisco.
342
00:22:23,209 --> 00:22:24,847
He's been here
for the last three months.
343
00:22:25,049 --> 00:22:27,961
So it was him
that your friend Cara saw.
344
00:22:28,169 --> 00:22:30,319
And it was an email from him
that I got yesterday
345
00:22:30,529 --> 00:22:32,520
that I didn't tell you guys about.
346
00:22:32,729 --> 00:22:34,162
He's here.
347
00:22:34,369 --> 00:22:36,564
An instant message away.
348
00:22:37,129 --> 00:22:38,960

- Phoebe, this is...


- Huge.
349
00:22:39,169 --> 00:22:40,522
I know.
350
00:22:40,729 --> 00:22:42,401
And I'm sorry I didn't tell you guys
351
00:22:42,569 --> 00:22:44,924
that I've been keeping in touch
with him, but...
352
00:22:45,769 --> 00:22:47,919
I wanted to. It just never
seemed like the right time.
353
00:22:49,769 --> 00:22:52,044
So I guess now it's the right time.
354
00:22:54,529 --> 00:22:56,121
What do you think?
355
00:22:57,049 --> 00:22:58,562
Do we have a choice?
356
00:23:19,929 --> 00:23:21,840
- What you doing?
- Killing.
357
00:23:22,049 --> 00:23:26,008
- No kidding. Did anybody see you?
- Thought I was supposed to kill.
358
00:23:27,249 --> 00:23:30,366
- Was it fun?
- He screamed a lot.
359
00:23:30,569 --> 00:23:32,799
- Cool.
- So, what do we do now?
360
00:23:33,009 --> 00:23:35,762
Well, I guess we waste even more
time while we pick up after you.
361
00:23:35,969 --> 00:23:38,244

But you said all we had to do


was find the truck...
362
00:23:38,449 --> 00:23:40,644
Not any truck. The truck.
363
00:23:40,849 --> 00:23:43,921
I already got rid
of the ice-cream man, remember?
364
00:23:44,129 --> 00:23:47,804
The only people we might have to kill
to get to the truck are those witches.
365
00:23:48,009 --> 00:23:49,920
- But...
- And if you would've paid attention,
366
00:23:50,129 --> 00:23:52,438
you would've known that.
And you also would've known...
367
00:23:56,089 --> 00:23:58,603
...that this isn't the right truck.
368
00:24:00,369 --> 00:24:02,883
Now, I like killing just as much
as the next demon.
369
00:24:03,089 --> 00:24:06,286
But right now, we gotta be smart.
And trashing every ice-cream truck
370
00:24:06,489 --> 00:24:07,922
that we see is not smart.
371
00:24:08,129 --> 00:24:11,007
- But it's fun.
- We'll have fun when this is all over.
372
00:24:11,209 --> 00:24:12,688
- Promise?
- Yeah.
373
00:24:12,889 --> 00:24:15,722
But first, do you think
you can clean up this mess?

374
00:24:16,209 --> 00:24:17,608
I was waiting for you to say that.
375
00:24:20,689 --> 00:24:21,678
Done.
376
00:24:22,129 --> 00:24:23,926
Welcome to Club Switzerland.
377
00:24:24,129 --> 00:24:27,007
All right, could we sort of
cut the sarcasm there?
378
00:24:27,209 --> 00:24:29,928
I just didn't feel like inviting him
to our home for tea and cookies.
379
00:24:30,129 --> 00:24:33,201
- He's our father, Prue. This is family.
- This is business.
380
00:24:33,409 --> 00:24:35,400
And don't even think
about giving me that look.
381
00:24:35,609 --> 00:24:37,884
If he gives us any useful information
about the playground,
382
00:24:38,089 --> 00:24:40,125
I will be the very first one
to thank him.
383
00:24:40,329 --> 00:24:41,967
And then send him packing.
384
00:24:42,169 --> 00:24:44,808
These must be the sisters
I've heard so much about.
385
00:24:45,009 --> 00:24:48,001
- Caleb.
- To think I almost didn't swing by.
386
00:24:48,449 --> 00:24:50,963
Okay, you know what, I've tried.
I really have.

387
00:24:51,169 --> 00:24:53,763
And you're not a bad guy.
But obviously the part of your brain
388
00:24:53,969 --> 00:24:56,483
meant to take a hint
wasn't wired together properly,
389
00:24:56,689 --> 00:24:58,327
because you're not taking any.
390
00:24:58,529 --> 00:25:00,326
This is a really bad time.
391
00:25:00,529 --> 00:25:02,201
Oh, okay.
392
00:25:02,409 --> 00:25:04,047
When would be a good time?
393
00:25:04,689 --> 00:25:05,678
Help me.
394
00:25:06,609 --> 00:25:08,998
You got a phone call.
It's in the office.
395
00:25:09,209 --> 00:25:11,279
- Why don't I show you where that is?
- Okay.
396
00:25:11,489 --> 00:25:14,686
- Do you mind if I ask you something?
- Thank you.
397
00:25:15,969 --> 00:25:18,278
Hey, you're just lucky
nobody got killed, okay?
398
00:25:18,729 --> 00:25:20,367
You hear what I'm saying?
399
00:25:28,249 --> 00:25:29,364
Well.
400

00:25:29,569 --> 00:25:32,129


Would it be too much
to ask for a hug?
401
00:25:33,329 --> 00:25:36,048
- It's good to see you, Daddy.
- Oh, baby, you have no idea.
402
00:25:39,649 --> 00:25:42,322
What a place. This is yours, Piper?
It's terrific.
403
00:25:42,529 --> 00:25:44,759
The three of you together.
I hardly know where to begin.
404
00:25:45,129 --> 00:25:47,882
Well, I have a suggestion.
How about we just cut to the chase?
405
00:25:48,849 --> 00:25:51,409
Prue, he just got here.
Can't that wait, like, five minutes?
406
00:25:51,609 --> 00:25:54,123
He's a businessman, Piper. I'd think
he would appreciate that.
407
00:25:54,329 --> 00:25:57,321
We can do the family-bonding thing
once the work is done, all right?
408
00:25:57,529 --> 00:26:00,282
How about you just tell us everything
you know about the playground?
409
00:26:01,529 --> 00:26:02,518
What playground?
410
00:26:02,729 --> 00:26:04,765
Dad, I had a premonition.
I know you were there.
411
00:26:04,969 --> 00:26:07,563
And somebody's hurt,
so we need to get back inside.
412
00:26:09,649 --> 00:26:12,004

- Let it go.
- That may be your motto,
413
00:26:12,209 --> 00:26:14,165
but we made a mistake
and we'd like to fix it.
414
00:26:14,369 --> 00:26:16,883
So just tell us how you got in,
and we can handle it from there.
415
00:26:17,089 --> 00:26:19,523
- We're big witches now.
- Yeah, but you're still my girls.
416
00:26:19,729 --> 00:26:21,879
- Victor...
- Prue.
417
00:26:29,329 --> 00:26:31,001
All right.
418
00:26:33,049 --> 00:26:34,368
Yes, I was there.
419
00:26:34,569 --> 00:26:36,241
I went in after you, and...
420
00:26:37,649 --> 00:26:40,482
It was the last thing I ever did
as your father.
421
00:26:43,209 --> 00:26:45,598
You were home with a cold...
Must've been about 6.
422
00:26:45,809 --> 00:26:48,767
Your mom had some errands to run,
so she took your sisters with her
423
00:26:48,969 --> 00:26:51,119
and left me home in charge.
424
00:26:52,169 --> 00:26:54,967
You had asked me
to read you a story.
425

00:26:55,169 --> 00:26:56,887


You used to love that.
426
00:26:57,169 --> 00:26:59,808
But the cold was too much for you.
You only lasted a page or two,
427
00:27:00,009 --> 00:27:02,762
and I left your room.
You were still sleeping.
428
00:27:03,449 --> 00:27:05,883
Never heard you come downstairs.
429
00:27:06,169 --> 00:27:10,481
You must have been looking
for a glass of water or me.
430
00:27:11,529 --> 00:27:13,804
And that must've been
when you heard it.
431
00:27:17,689 --> 00:27:20,203
- The song.
- I mean, I heard a truck drive by
432
00:27:20,409 --> 00:27:22,798
and stop a few doors down,
but I didn't think anything of it.
433
00:27:23,009 --> 00:27:25,523
It was an ice-cream truck.
How was I to know?
434
00:27:25,729 --> 00:27:28,323
But somehow you did. You must've
gone into the living room
435
00:27:28,529 --> 00:27:29,928
following that song.
436
00:27:30,129 --> 00:27:32,279
And that's when you saw it happen.
437
00:27:32,529 --> 00:27:35,282
A little boy, not much older
than yourself.

438
00:27:35,529 --> 00:27:37,042
Yeah.
439
00:27:37,249 --> 00:27:40,207
He was standing by the truck
and something pulled him in.
440
00:27:40,409 --> 00:27:41,603
He was so scared.
441
00:27:41,809 --> 00:27:43,242
And you ran out to help him.
442
00:27:43,729 --> 00:27:45,162
Just like yesterday.
443
00:27:45,369 --> 00:27:47,678
When I saw your bed was empty,
I lost my mind.
444
00:27:48,329 --> 00:27:50,968
The door was wide open.
There was a truck parked outside.
445
00:27:51,169 --> 00:27:54,081
I mean, I had no idea what I was
getting into, but I just had to go.
446
00:27:54,289 --> 00:27:56,086
You saved Prue.
447
00:27:56,689 --> 00:27:58,168
But I lost the three of you.
448
00:28:00,809 --> 00:28:01,798
You said you left
449
00:28:02,009 --> 00:28:05,126
because Grams wanted us
to use our powers, and you didn't.
450
00:28:05,329 --> 00:28:07,797
That's the truth. And now you know
the whole story.
451
00:28:08,009 --> 00:28:10,000

I mean, when your grandmother


found out...
452
00:28:10,209 --> 00:28:11,688
I had just brought Prue back,
453
00:28:11,889 --> 00:28:13,481
but being your father
wasn't good enough.
454
00:28:13,689 --> 00:28:16,283
I mean, how could I ever protect you
from something like that again
455
00:28:16,489 --> 00:28:17,683
when I didn't have the powers?
456
00:28:18,689 --> 00:28:22,728
Okay, so the book said
the Ice Cream Man is mortal.
457
00:28:22,929 --> 00:28:25,363
That's why he can go through
the door and we can't, right?
458
00:28:27,049 --> 00:28:29,324
So, what do you say, Dad?
We need your help.
459
00:28:34,689 --> 00:28:36,645
You know, if this doesn't work,
I can look back
460
00:28:36,849 --> 00:28:38,567
and pinpoint the moment
where it went wrong.
461
00:28:38,769 --> 00:28:41,442
And that moment's name
would be Dad?
462
00:28:41,649 --> 00:28:44,402
You gotta admit, if he can open
the door, then we kind of need him.
463
00:28:44,609 --> 00:28:46,361
It's all about word choice.
We don't need him,

464
00:28:46,569 --> 00:28:49,003
we need his utter lack of power,
right? He opens the door,
465
00:28:49,209 --> 00:28:51,404
we save the day,
we get on with our lives.
466
00:28:51,609 --> 00:28:52,837
It's a one-time group effort.
467
00:28:53,329 --> 00:28:55,968
Glad to see you have a healthy
handle on the situation, Prue.
468
00:28:56,409 --> 00:28:57,762
I think I do.
469
00:28:58,409 --> 00:29:00,365
So yeah, I was surprised
to hear from you.
470
00:29:00,569 --> 00:29:02,446
But why did you think
I wouldn't let you back?
471
00:29:02,649 --> 00:29:04,367
Because as far back
as you can remember,
472
00:29:04,569 --> 00:29:06,002
I've done very little right by you.
473
00:29:06,209 --> 00:29:07,847
I mean, if a guy,
let alone your own dad,
474
00:29:08,329 --> 00:29:10,559
walks out on you once, maybe
you give him a second chance.
475
00:29:10,769 --> 00:29:13,078
But if he appears
to make a habit of it...
476
00:29:13,289 --> 00:29:15,245

I never thought you left


by choice, Dad.
477
00:29:16,889 --> 00:29:18,720
Thank you, Pheeb.
478
00:29:18,929 --> 00:29:21,568
Okay, well, this is it.
479
00:29:21,769 --> 00:29:23,088
But there's nothing here.
480
00:29:23,289 --> 00:29:25,041
Wait, we lost the truck?
481
00:29:26,969 --> 00:29:29,802
Yeah, but we gained company.
482
00:29:37,009 --> 00:29:39,204
Oh, those kids so need
to be grounded.
483
00:29:43,289 --> 00:29:46,361
I don't get it. Why pick a fight
and then run?
484
00:29:46,529 --> 00:29:48,804
Speaking of running, we should run.
They're getting away.
485
00:29:49,009 --> 00:29:51,045
We can't, because we have
to get back in the truck.
486
00:29:51,249 --> 00:29:52,238
Not all of us. Come on.
487
00:29:54,729 --> 00:29:56,447
Nice work.
488
00:29:57,849 --> 00:30:00,568
All right, lost modes of transport
are definitely not my forte, so...
489
00:30:01,089 --> 00:30:03,159
Prue, sometimes in life,
things happen for a reason.

490
00:30:03,369 --> 00:30:07,078
No magic involved.
The truck's been towed.
491
00:30:09,849 --> 00:30:11,407
Right.
492
00:30:21,689 --> 00:30:25,648
- Need a hand?
- No, and I don't need anything.
493
00:30:28,809 --> 00:30:32,688
This is where he pulled us in.
But since he's still trapped inside,
494
00:30:32,889 --> 00:30:36,677
I'm guessing the only way in
is through the exit.
495
00:30:39,409 --> 00:30:41,718
All right, let's just do this.
496
00:30:43,689 --> 00:30:44,917
You can do it, right?
497
00:30:47,009 --> 00:30:49,842
Well, let's just say
that chasing demons
498
00:30:50,009 --> 00:30:51,840
is not exactly my day job.
499
00:30:53,289 --> 00:30:54,847
All right.
500
00:30:55,049 --> 00:30:58,200
It helps if you specifically focus
on the task.
501
00:30:59,289 --> 00:31:02,281
Don't think about what's behind
the door. That will only distract you.
502
00:31:02,489 --> 00:31:05,049
Picture yourself opening the door.

503
00:31:05,249 --> 00:31:08,798
See yourself opening the door.
Then just do it.
504
00:31:19,409 --> 00:31:22,879
- Thanks for the advice.
- Just doing my job.
505
00:31:30,489 --> 00:31:33,686
This would be a lot easier
if things stopped moving.
506
00:31:33,889 --> 00:31:35,117
We left him right here.
507
00:31:36,729 --> 00:31:37,923
Unless...
508
00:31:39,009 --> 00:31:41,477
The Nothing. Even mortals
have memories, Prue.
509
00:31:41,929 --> 00:31:44,284
I saw what it did. I know
what it could've done to him.
510
00:31:44,489 --> 00:31:45,683
And us if we don't act quickly.
511
00:31:46,249 --> 00:31:48,285
Yeah, well, at least we agree
upon one thing.
512
00:31:48,569 --> 00:31:52,164
Make that two.
And get out while you still can.
513
00:31:52,889 --> 00:31:54,686
Oh, my God.
514
00:31:55,009 --> 00:31:58,604
- I am so sorry. I didn't know.
- No, the mistake was mine.
515
00:31:58,809 --> 00:32:01,960
You're the Charmed Ones.
You were saving innocents.

516
00:32:02,449 --> 00:32:03,962
How could you know they weren't?
517
00:32:04,449 --> 00:32:05,564
How did you know?
518
00:32:05,769 --> 00:32:08,203
Let's just say we both have friends
in high places.
519
00:32:09,249 --> 00:32:12,924
The moment I mistakenly pulled you
and your sister in, I was alerted
520
00:32:13,129 --> 00:32:14,562
and sent to save you.
521
00:32:15,369 --> 00:32:17,087
And you get this in return.
522
00:32:18,569 --> 00:32:19,684
It's getting closer.
523
00:32:21,129 --> 00:32:23,199
You got us out of here once.
Now it's my turn.
524
00:32:25,849 --> 00:32:28,283
The children... You must get them
back inside the playground.
525
00:32:28,489 --> 00:32:30,286
We will, and you're gonna
help us do it.
526
00:32:30,489 --> 00:32:33,799
I disabled the truck.
You need to fix it. Play the song.
527
00:32:33,969 --> 00:32:36,164
Don't you dare. You stay with us.
528
00:32:36,729 --> 00:32:38,401
Inside...
529

00:32:40,289 --> 00:32:41,404


It's for the truck.
530
00:32:43,249 --> 00:32:45,558
It's almost here. You go first, okay?
531
00:32:45,769 --> 00:32:48,283
No. I can be replaced. You can't.
532
00:32:48,489 --> 00:32:49,683
No!
533
00:32:54,209 --> 00:32:57,167
Prue, it'll be back!
We gotta get out now!
534
00:32:58,049 --> 00:32:59,118
You didn't fail.
535
00:32:59,329 --> 00:33:01,923
The only way you fail is if you don't
go back and do what he asked.
536
00:33:04,249 --> 00:33:05,523
Come on.
537
00:33:12,529 --> 00:33:15,248
Why don't they ever run into a well-lit
room with nowhere to hide?
538
00:33:15,449 --> 00:33:17,201
Well, we know they're somewhere.
539
00:33:17,409 --> 00:33:19,206
And I know what's gonna
give them away.
540
00:33:19,409 --> 00:33:21,365
How could you...?
541
00:33:23,609 --> 00:33:26,407
How bad did you wanna
get off that playground?
542
00:33:26,609 --> 00:33:28,520
And now we're free.

543
00:33:28,729 --> 00:33:31,243
Don't you wanna stay free?
544
00:33:31,849 --> 00:33:33,726
Why do I get the feeling
they weren't looking
545
00:33:33,929 --> 00:33:34,918
to pick a fight?
546
00:33:35,129 --> 00:33:38,326
They were just looking for the truck,
and we crashed their party.
547
00:33:38,529 --> 00:33:41,168
But we're like a mile ahead.
I mean, we know where it is.
548
00:33:41,369 --> 00:33:42,438
It's in the junkyard.
549
00:33:44,649 --> 00:33:45,684
Did I say a mile?
550
00:33:45,889 --> 00:33:48,164
Okay, so they know. It's three
of us versus three of them.
551
00:33:48,369 --> 00:33:50,246
We're even, and bigger.
552
00:33:52,649 --> 00:33:54,048
I think you need to count again.
553
00:33:55,729 --> 00:33:57,845
- When in doubt...
- Bring reinforcements.
554
00:33:58,049 --> 00:34:01,485
All that's left for us to do
is destroy the truck.
555
00:34:01,689 --> 00:34:03,168
Yeah.
556
00:34:03,609 --> 00:34:06,521

- Prue.
- And Dad. Let's go.
557
00:34:13,689 --> 00:34:16,249
- Do you think they're here already?
- Probably.
558
00:34:16,449 --> 00:34:18,167
Do you think they know
we're here already?
559
00:34:18,369 --> 00:34:19,961
Probably.
560
00:34:21,209 --> 00:34:25,327
Okay, do they do that because they
think it's funny, or just to freak us out?
561
00:34:25,529 --> 00:34:28,407
All we have to do is hold off the
demons until Dad and Prue get out.
562
00:34:28,609 --> 00:34:30,600
You haven't, by any chance,
had a premonition
563
00:34:30,809 --> 00:34:34,199
that this is all gonna turn out okay
and just neglected to inform your kin?
564
00:34:36,849 --> 00:34:38,760
Okay, I think they're surrounding us.
565
00:34:38,969 --> 00:34:42,644
Don't say that. We're not surrounded
until they're all around us.
566
00:34:44,969 --> 00:34:46,607
Okay, how bad could the odds be?
567
00:34:46,969 --> 00:34:50,598
I mean, sure, there's a whole bunch
of them, but we're witches, right?
568
00:34:50,809 --> 00:34:52,640
And you have the power of...
569

00:34:53,489 --> 00:34:54,558


Piper.
570
00:35:05,449 --> 00:35:07,280
All right, you little brats.
571
00:35:07,489 --> 00:35:09,161
Bring it on!
572
00:35:11,049 --> 00:35:14,439
Head for the slide up at the top.
That's our way out.
573
00:35:18,729 --> 00:35:20,845
- Daddy!
- Hold on, Prue!
574
00:35:21,689 --> 00:35:23,042
Daddy! I need you.
575
00:35:23,249 --> 00:35:24,967
I've got you.
I'm not leaving without you.
576
00:35:27,289 --> 00:35:28,722
Dad!
577
00:35:33,889 --> 00:35:35,163
I got you!
578
00:36:11,089 --> 00:36:12,966
All right, any ideas
what to do with this?
579
00:36:13,169 --> 00:36:15,399
Eight years of fixing your
mother's car has given me one.
580
00:36:15,609 --> 00:36:17,088
All right, we'll buy you some time.
581
00:36:17,289 --> 00:36:20,247
- Hey, need a hand?
- I need about ten.
582
00:36:21,449 --> 00:36:23,041
Oh, you need a little time-out, missy.

583
00:36:33,529 --> 00:36:35,759
Dad, hurry!
584
00:37:27,849 --> 00:37:29,123
Welcome to our world, Dad.
585
00:37:29,329 --> 00:37:32,924
When I decide I wanna have kids,
you remind me of this day.
586
00:37:34,329 --> 00:37:37,366
Leo, what are you doing here?
Why did you bring him here?
587
00:37:37,969 --> 00:37:39,402
He's supposed to be here, Piper.
588
00:37:39,609 --> 00:37:41,327
You fixed my wheels. Thanks.
589
00:37:41,809 --> 00:37:44,926
Caleb's the new Ice Cream Man.
He filled me in back at the club.
590
00:37:45,129 --> 00:37:47,040
Everything's happened
the way it was meant to.
591
00:37:47,249 --> 00:37:49,524
He was sent here to take over.
It's his time.
592
00:37:49,809 --> 00:37:51,447
So your interest in me...
593
00:37:51,649 --> 00:37:53,719
Strictly professional. I was lost.
594
00:37:53,929 --> 00:37:56,602
But until I was sure who you
were, I couldn't just come out
595
00:37:56,809 --> 00:37:58,527
and say, "Hey, are you
a Charmed One?

596
00:37:58,729 --> 00:38:01,641
Because I need you to take me
to my demon-catching truck."
597
00:38:02,369 --> 00:38:04,678
Speaking of which,
I'm running kind of late as it is,
598
00:38:04,889 --> 00:38:08,120
so thank you, all of you.
599
00:38:10,009 --> 00:38:11,567
Good luck.
600
00:38:16,449 --> 00:38:20,488
Something tells me I'm never gonna
look at a Creamsicle the same way.
601
00:38:32,049 --> 00:38:34,517
Well, I guess this is goodbye again.
602
00:38:39,649 --> 00:38:41,958
Thanks, Dad. Keep writing.
603
00:38:42,169 --> 00:38:43,761
You don't have to keep
secrets anymore.
604
00:38:43,969 --> 00:38:46,403
- I know.
- I mean anything.
605
00:38:50,489 --> 00:38:53,401
Hey, what's the story
with this Leo character, anyway?
606
00:38:53,609 --> 00:38:55,042
How much does he know
about you?
607
00:38:55,249 --> 00:38:56,841
Just about everything.
608
00:38:57,049 --> 00:38:59,324
- So he's...
- He's a wonderful man, yes.

609
00:38:59,529 --> 00:39:01,804
Still, I think I'll have a little chat
with him sometime...
610
00:39:02,169 --> 00:39:04,046
- Dad.
- It's a father's prerogative.
611
00:39:05,489 --> 00:39:08,526
- I'm not saying goodbye.
- Prue.
612
00:39:08,729 --> 00:39:11,084
I'm saying see you soon, Dad.
613
00:39:11,889 --> 00:39:12,878
Thank you.
614
00:39:14,689 --> 00:39:17,487
You know, that's sort of why
I came to town.
615
00:39:17,689 --> 00:39:19,884
For this job interview. And...
616
00:39:20,409 --> 00:39:24,721
Although it would entail some travel,
I'd be based here in San Francisco.
617
00:39:24,929 --> 00:39:26,408
And...
618
00:39:26,609 --> 00:39:29,328
If you guys think occasionally this
town is big enough for us,
619
00:39:29,529 --> 00:39:30,882
I'd like to accept their offer.
620
00:39:34,089 --> 00:39:36,364
- Could I accept that as a yes?
- Yes.
621
00:39:37,449 --> 00:39:39,246
That's my cab.
622

00:39:41,729 --> 00:39:43,401


All right.
623
00:39:45,769 --> 00:39:47,725
We've got so much
catching up to do.
624
00:39:47,929 --> 00:39:49,806
That's okay. It's different now.
625
00:39:51,889 --> 00:39:53,641
It is, isn't it?
626
00:39:56,329 --> 00:39:58,047
See you soon.

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