When Lorne gets his sleep removed to prepare for the firm's Halloween Party, he doesn't realize the consequences. At the party, everyone has to do what he tells them to do, but mystically. In the end, Spike is thinking positively, Gunn is "marking his territory", Angel and Eve get a room, and Wes and Fred are drunk. They all have to get Lorne to sleep before...well, watch the episode. Written by
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The movie/TV show that Lorne is pitching, on his cell phone, at the very beginning, sounds very close to Joss Whedon's original idea for his TV show, "Firefly". See more
Hey, is this a great party or what?
Winifred 'Fred' Burkle
OK, something is definitely wrong with this picture.
[Still eerily cheery
This might be the greatest song ever written!
[dances, moving his head, singing along
Yes. We appear to be under the effect of something, a spell.
Spike, how long have you been, you know... this?
It's great, isn't it? I don't know. Happened a bit after I talked with Angel and Lorne. Yeah. Lorne told me to think positively.
References A Bridge Too Far