The girl who attacked Buffy turns out to be no vampire but another slayer, Kendra, who assumed her duty while Buffy was drowned dead for a minute and works far more by the book Buffy ignored even to exist. Angel fears to die as the rising sun reaches into his holding place, but is dragged out in time by snitch Willy, only to be sold to Spike, who needs Drusilla's sire to revitalize her in a demonic ritual in an abandoned church which will kill Angel, and allows her first to enjoy torturing the shirtless hunk with holy water. Helping Cordelia escape the maggot-made Taraka order-killer makes Xander spike their formally continuing hatred with hot kisses, twice, a female killer fails to kill Buffy as police recruiter on career day... Written by
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Xander says, "Okay, Mary Kay, time to...". Xander is referencing "Mary Kay Cosmetics" since the Bugman had been posing as Norman Pfister, a salesman from a cosmetics company. See more
Immediately after Willy the Snitch turns Angel over to Spike, the view cuts to an exterior "stock" shot of Buffy's house. The house's real-life "1313" address, located on the porch support post to the left of the front steps, is covered up, but the hanging plant that is usually dressed in to obscure it is missing. Also, Buffy's "1630" address, normally dressed onto the porch support post to the right of the front steps, is missing in this shot, and a "1313" placard, usually removed or obscured, has been left hanging in plain view above the front steps. (Later, when Xander and Cordelia come running out, the "1630" is in its usual spot on the right-hand post and the hanging plant is in its usual spot obscuring the left-hand post; the placard is never in the shot.) See more
You know what? I'm going. I'd rather be worm food than look at *your* pathetic face.
Then go. I'm not stopping ya.
I bet you wouldn't. I bet you'd let a girl go off to her doom all by herself.
Not just any girl. You're special.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme
Written by Nerf Herder
Performed by Brandon K. Verrett See more