Andy: Well, I wouldn’t want to assume something I’m not supposed to be assuming. Mark: You're like the Chinese Shirley Mac Laine, you know that? Phoebe: No, but it's for Prue, it's not for me, it's to pay for her present, it's completely selfless. Our powers are supposed to be a secret, not a marketable job skill. They didn’t hire me because they think I’m a witch, they hired me because they think I’m a psychic. You know you can't use your powers for personal gain, not without consequences. 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. Prue: Great, until he asked me to spend my birthday at a spa with him. Prue: Well, that’s good because you both know how much I hate surprises. If you had sent Andy his invitation we wouldn't be in this mess. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a present to pay for. (She leaves the room.) Commercial Break [Scene: A hotel. Prue: Phoebe doesn't give presents, she gives cards three days late. [Cut to Piper at the manor.] Piper: You have no idea how much Phoebe has put herself through. (Piper sees a "Psychics Wanted" ad circled in the paper.) she even got a job and everything.
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. Tony kneels beside Mark's body and places a ring on his finger. (Mark's body is engulfed in flames.) Opening Credits [Scene: Manor. Piper is there putting birthday invitations inside envelopes. At least tell me you've managed to buy Prue something other than your traditional birthday gift. He is holding a balloon.] Mark: Give me a break, mum. Chao: There are a lot of hungry spirits out there, Mark.