In chem class, the teacher passes out blue books as Buffy excitedly tells her previous night's adventures to Xander and Willow, saying, "It was like I just -- let go and became this force. I just didn't care anymore." Willow tries to empathize, but Buffy shoots her down by saying, "I don't think you can! It's kind of a Slayer thing." Nice attitude, hon. The teacher announces they have an hour to complete the test and reminds the class not to talk. Buffy, however, turns right back to Xander and Willow and starts talking again. The teacher hushes her, but as soon as her back is turned, Buffy is again running her mouth. Willow reminds Buffy that she never showed up to study for the test, and there's a little exchange where Buffy notices that Xander's eye twitches every time she says Faith's name but he denies it. Buffy is sooo being the ultra-annoying friend here. Buffy finally turns back to her test booklet, but is interrupted by Faith opening one of the classroom windows and leaning in. She then breathes on the window to fog it up and draws a little heart, impaled by a stake. Or a little heart symbolizing her unrequited love for Buffy. Depends on your orientation, I guess. Faith grins enticingly, and Buffy climbs out the window. Willow is shocked. Outside, Buffy wants to know what's going on, and Faith informs her that they're hunting vampires. I sure hope Faith has enough freedom of movement, considering that her breasts are jacked up around her neck in the outfit she's wearing.
The girls descend on a vampire nest and burst in with sunlight and a whole lot of ass-kicking power. Later, at the Bronze, the music is loud, the strobe light is blinky, and Faith and Buffy are sexing it up on the dance floor. They dance together, and with some dorky boys who seem to want in on the action. Angel enters the club and sees Buffy. He looks embarrassed and turns away, because having a soul and going to hell makes you all broody, prudish, and sexless, I guess. Buffy spots him and runs over to him. Jumping up, she clasps her legs around his waist and asks if he's leaving. Angel makes a tiny broody jealous comment about the "friends" Buffy was making on the dance floor, but she dismisses them as "boys. I like you." She touches her nose to Angel's, but he's all Mr. Serious Business and lets her down.