When Buffy sees Spike in Adam's cave, she realizes that Spike is intriguing the Scooby gang to destroy their friendship following Adam's instructions. She meets Willow, Xander and Giles and they apologize to each other. They also realize that the monsters were not captured by the Initiative, but actually they are the Trojan Horse of Adam to fight against the commando from inside. Once Buffy alone is not able to defeat Adam, the Scooby gang decides to transfer the best of each one of them, i.e., the witch power of Willow, the strength of Xander and the expertise of Giles, to Buffy through witchcraft to make her powerful and capable of fighting against Adam. Meanwhile, Riley finds that he has a chip over his heart and connected to his central nervous system to modify his behavior and obey Adam. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
When the Scoobies are discussing their strategy, Buffy says, "According to Riley, Adam's power source comes from a uranium core embedded somewhere inside his chest." Amusingly, however, Riley must have merely passed on information that actually came from Jonathan in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Superstar
(2000) when he cast a spell to make himself a superhero and was an advisor to the Army. See more
In the fighting scene between Forrest and Riley, Riley gets thrown over a table. In the next shot, you can see the chest-belt under his shirt (the thing with a wire to pull him back in the next shot). See more
This... is not your business. It's mine. You, the Initiative, the boys at the Pentagon - you're all in way over your heads. Messing with primeval forces you have absolutely no comprehension of!
And you do?
I'm the Slayer. You're playing on my turf.
Referenced in Avengers: Age of Ultron
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more