The basement door gives. Willow and Joyce come down the stairs, followed by the cafeteria worker, who's brandishing a rolling pin. Hee.
Now it's Giles's turn to recite a reversal incantation. In the Summers basement, the women rush Xander and Cordy and tackle them to the ground. Giles holds up Cordy's necklace and drops it into a beaker, from which emanates a blinding flash of light. The screeching women calm down, and, realizing what they've been doing, are all like, "Ew." Hee.
In the school basement, Oz shines the flashlight on Buffy, who realizes that she's naked. Relax, horndogs, she's behind some boxes. Buffy greets Oz. "I seem to be having a slight case of nudity here." Heh. She asks him to get her some clothing, and he goes off to do just that.
In the Summers basement, the women are milling about confusedly. Cordy gamely tries: "Boy, that was the best scavenger hunt ever." Joyce makes a note not to postpone her spring cleaning any longer.
Buffy amusedly repeats Cordy's cover story, but Xander says Joyce bought it. Buffy thinks she's just repressing, and that she's getting good at it. "I should really start worrying." Enjoy it while you can, honey. Xander tells her that Willow won't even talk to him. Buffy: "Any particular reason she should?" Buffy, given that you were just a rat, I'd think you'd realize you shouldn't kick someone when he's down. She explains that Willow loved him before he "invoked the Great Roofie Spirit," and that she's going to need some time. Xander asks Buffy if she remembers what happened, and Buffy gives a quick rundown that proves her awareness of her near-foray into amateur porn. "I also remember that you didn't undress me. It meant a lot to me what you said." Aw.
Outside, Cordy and the Cordettes are walking and gossiping when Harmony runs into Xander. She chews him out, but when she turns back, Cordy tells her to shut up. The sound guy, almost out the door in an effort to beat the traffic, rushes back in to cue The Guitar Of Eleventh-Hour Character Development. Cordy tells Harmony she's a sheep. "All you ever do is what everyone else does just so you can say you did it first. And here I am, scrambling for your approval when I'm way cooler than you are 'cause I'm not a sheep! I do what I want to do, and I wear what I want to wear. And you know what? I'll date whoever the hell I want to date." Beat, as Xander watches. "No matter how lame he is." Hee! I love to see Cordy becoming more human, but the last-minute dig at Xander is the juiciest possible cherry on an already delicious sundae. Having cowed the Cordettes, Cordy walks over to Xander, and her triumph turns to terror as she fears her friends will never speak to her again. Xander gallantly says that they can fight whenever her friends are around. Cordy brightens. "You promise?" Xander: "You can pretty much count on it." Hee. And that, my friends, is how to do a wacky love-spell episode.