We're back at the lounge where Bam-Bam and his posse have built a fire. Nice to see that they've mastered the fire concept they were having trouble with only thirty minutes ago. A couple of students appear at the top of the stairs, but one of the Caveboys makes threatening monkey noises and scares them away. Enough with the freakin' monkey noises already. The caveboy crouched over Willow shouts, "Woman!" and his friends sound off in quick succession, failing to entertain us with an impromptu dance. This inadvertently provided one of the three joyous moments I had watching this episode, as it reminded me of Mike Myers' beat poetry ("Wo-man Whoa Man!") in So I Married an Axe Murderer. Predictably, the fire built indoors ignites the rest of the room. At this point in ST:NG, which I would rather be watching, Captain Picard was slowly regressing into a lemur.
Commercials. Roller Coaster Tycoon? That seems like a rip-off of Theme Park, a game in which you designed and ran your own amusement park. It had some interesting effects, such as visible vomit and audible retching noises if you turned up the nausea dial on your coasters too high. It was originally intended to run on a 486, but I played it on my P-90, which made it almost unplayably fast even on the slowest setting. Sometimes I would let it run as fast as it could go just to watch my screen fill with vomit and hear retch after retch. I am easily amused. Which means this must be one craptacular episode of Buffy for me to write a whole paragraph about the commercial break.