Always up for something fun and constantly surrounded by friends, Chelsea has to settle down when she finds out she's pregnant with Adam's baby her junior year in high school.Adam has never been a good boyfriend and nothing has changed since Chelsea got pregnant.They discover that Wong hid documents on Mark's body to fool the police into thinking it was he who had died.Piper freezes Wong in place and photographs him with a newspaper announcing his own death to prove to the police that he is alive.Meanwhile, Piper and Phoebe are organizing a surprise party for Prue's birthday and Phoebe works as a psychic in the lobby of a hotel to earn money and buy a gift for Prue.When Phoebe foresees the death of one guest, she tries to save his life.In Chinatown, on the day of his birthday, Mark Chao is killed by the chief of a gang, Tony Wong, without any apparent motive. The spirit of Mark contacts Piper and Phoebe asking for help because if he is not buried in a short time, Yama, the gatekeeper of the gates of hell would collect his soul.Piper attempts to help Mark and the two develop feelings.
Adam half-heartedly decides to come along but when he's late, they decide to meet him there.
They pay their respects, of course, but Kelsey wastes no time introducing herself to Lachlan Flynn, one of her favorites, and reminding him that his spy novels have an audience with women. After everything, it looks like these two ladies are back on track.
If his current editor (the very cute and extremely well-dressed Zane Anders) doesn’t realize that, maybe Lachlan should think about getting himself a new one. It does seem a little extreme for Kelsey to completely forgive Liza so quickly after the amount of grief she gave her, but Kelsey explains that she now understands Liza was lying in order to help her kid — she hopes her own mother would be able to do something like that for her. Now that word is out that Josh is moving on by way of hooking up with cute coffeehouse girls (Maggie lets Montana know whom she’s sleeping with and the guilt is so unbearable, blondie immediately confesses to Liza), Kelsey is all about encouraging Liza to move on as well.
“Men are just candy.” That description comes from one of Empirical’s most treasured writers, Belinda Lacroix (Lois Smith), lamenting the stigma of being labelled a romance novelist.
Men decide the genre is silly and so it gets completely written off, even though, as Liza is quick to point out, romance novels are all about women being the heroes (and having great sex). Charles, Diana, and Millennial’s newest associate editor Liza take Belinda (who only wears Pepto Bismol pink, mind you) out for their annual lunch.
However as he is the first ghost they have come across they have no idea that they can see all ghosts.