Wesley starts blubbering that Angel has the amulet, but of course he doesn't know Angel's name so he describes him as "a tall man." (He forgot "block-headed," "craggy," and "beetle-browed.") Giles tries to convince Fatty B to let "Captain Courageous go and [he] will tell [Fatty B] everything." Fatty B screams that the only deal is whether they will die quickly or slowly: "The man who has my amulet. What. Is. His. Name?" This of course is Angel's cue to stride in all vamp-face and billowing leather coat, saying, "His name is Angel." Buffy arrives right behind him. And -- you know the drill. They fight. I would like to point out that Giles, even tied up, manages to defeat an opponent. Wesley stands there looking stupid. Fatty B waves his impotent little arms, screaming, "Unacceptable!" and looks even stupider than Wesley. Giles unties Wesley and dispatches a vamp, which gives Wesley just enough time to be restrained by another vamp and blubber, "M-m-m-mister Giles!" Shut your scone hole, Wesley. Fatty B is still screaming, "Unacceptable," over and over, and I think we've found out that Vizzini's little brother grew up to be an 800-pound Uck demon. There is some more fighting, and it's a sheer pleasure to watch because we actually get some long shots, and the camera isn't flitting around all over the place like a hummingbird on crack. This is what happens when you have talented stunt people working for you. There are some very peppy, cool wire tricks in this fight. Whee! Spinny vamp. Whee! Another spinny vamp. Fatty B finally remembers that he has telekinetic powers and pulls Angel to him. Buffy notices the lamp conveniently swinging over Fatty B's tub and quickly jerks at the wire, causing it to fall into the water. Fatty B gets all electrocuted and dies. But then he remembers that he's contractually obligated to deliver his last line and revives himself enough to wheeze, "Slayer! You think you've won. When he rises you'll wish I'd killed you all," before dying for real.
The mayor sits in the midst of a pentagram made of sand. He says some stuff in Latin; there's a small earthquake. It's your typical Saturday night in Sunnydale. The shaking stops, and Mr. Trick wants to know if it worked. The Mayor gives the caged vampire his sword back before unlocking the cage. The minion vamp doesn't waste any time in rushing across the room and cleaving the Mayor's head in two. The vamp steps back in surprise as the Mayor's head simply grows back together. The Mayor pulls out his to-do list, which contains items like "call temp agency," "meeting with PTA," and "haircut," and checks off "become invincible." BWAH!