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(He gets a little square box out of his coat pocket.) Happy birthday. (She reaches for the box but he pulls it away.) Andy: Consider this a preview.
Andy: Well, I wouldn’t want to assume something I’m not supposed to be assuming.
Phoebe remembers about the party.) I mean, uh, you could be right. Piper: It’s like bringing them home to meet the parents. And if you’re not sure if you’re ready to make a commitment or not, you know, you don’t wanna send the wrong signal. (She stops him from walking off.) Wait, Frankie, hold it. You're having dinner with a blonde woman, she's gorgeous, all over you.
Prue: I don't know, I keep thinking it's a bad idea but then I think well what's the big deal?
Man, does she shriek a lot when trying to save that guy.
Elsewhere, Prue's story uses Andy well (at least he's not only involved through a police case here, like so much of the rest of the season), even if she was a little out-of-line in being so rash over Andy's ex, especially considering the secrets she's keeping herself.
At least tell me you've managed to buy Prue something other than your traditional birthday gift.
(They hide the invitations in a drawer.) Piper: That's because I did all those things. Phoebe: Yeah, well, I decided to break that tradition and start a new one.
John Cho certainly has more spark than Brian Krause does. Piper: Phoebe, you were supposed to send these invitations last week, the party is Friday. The restaurant is reserved, the menu selected, the cake has been ordered. Phoebe and Frankie, the hotel manager, are there.] Frankie: You know why our hotel does psychic readings at the bar, it's kind of a trademark. So you’ll never be ready, not even if you started packing this second. Phoebe: Bottom line, unless you’re ready to put your toothbrush next to his, you shouldn’t go. I mean, it’s basically a full-time job and you’ve already got one.
Andy: I was no where near the neighbourhood, thought I'd stop by.