Willow turns Amy the Rat into her old self; Jonathan, Warren and Andrew steal a diamond; and Spike discovers something unexpected about Buffy.

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Storyline

After breaking up with Tara, Willow successfully de-rats Amy and the two witches begin hanging out and having fun with magic, drawing Willow further into her growing addiction. Meanwhile, Spike notices that his chip doesn't work when he hits Buffy, leading him to believe that she may not be entirely human anymore. Written by Nicola Leoni

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20 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Amy casts a spell on a woman in the Bronze to make her fall for Willow until Willow says no. She identifies herself as "Brie", an appropriate target for Amy since Brie is a form of cheese. Many fans have commented how closely Brie resembles Cordelia in appearance. See more »

Goofs

When discussing the museum robbery at the Magic Box, the text on the newspaper article is unrelated to the headings, and just a repeated paragraphs on child geniuses. See more »

Quotes

Spike: You're a tease, you know that slayer? Get a fella's motor revin', let the tension marinate a couple of days, then bam- Crown yourself the ice queen.
Buffy: Need a few more metaphors for that little mix?
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References Ellen (1994) See more »

Soundtracks

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Performed by Nerf Herder
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This is my favorite show ever...They should make a movie.
11 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really love this show. I was so upset it ended, but I am grateful to watch reruns on TV. As long as there on, I will always watch. I'm just a little disappointed that they only have it on weekends now. It used to be on week days. The channel put Malcolm in the middle on instead. I was mad, but at least I can see it still on weekends. I guess I'll just have to buy the series instead of watching the TV. I can't depend on T.V. to keep showing it. They always cut the good stuff out. Anyways, I just wanted to say that know matter how many times I watch it,I still get excited. I wish they would come out with a movie. That would be so awesome. I would pay anything to see it, and I'm sure Buffy fans would too. Thanks a bunch. Sincerely Alyssa


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