It's becoming clear Adam is bridging the natural 'racist' aversion between demons and vampires. Spike eagerly stirs Anya's insecurity, even fearing a second sex-less night means Xander, who now runs an ice cream cart, is either no longer in love or physically flaw. Riley performs great in bed upstairs with Buffy and has planned a party downstairs in the frat house, mainly for the other commandos' moral. There weird, even scary things start happening, which drive everyone out. Willow and Giles discover that Lowell house formerly was a home for problem teenagers, where the prudish, still living director Genevive Holt, punished 'dirty deeds' so horribly that several victims have become poltergeists, who now draw energy from the love-making upstairs... Written by
Did You Know?
Spike enters the frat house without an invitation. Perfectly logical, being not just a college public institution, but even an army base. The rule, as established, is that vampires cannot enter without invitation just in private homes. See more
During the earthquake, Spike is next to a mirror and you can see his reflection. See more
As a rule, demons have no empathy for any other species other than their own. In fact, most think of vampires as, um, abominations - mixing with human blood and all.
References The Evil Dead
The Devil You Know (God is a Man)
Face to Face See more