Glory quickly changes out of Ben's scrubs into some red satin thing that Ben had in his locker. Here's a joke. What has the body of a dress but the back of a bra and is red all over? Glory's outfit! Yeah, I know that's pretty lame, but then so's her outfit. Do you think the other interns tease Ben for keeping ladies' clothing in his locker? In the corner, Dawn sputters that Glory is Ben. "It's an eensy bit more complicated than that. Family always is, isn't it?" explains Glory. Dawn gets the urge to flee, but Glory, back still to her, warns her that she'd "rip out [her] spine before [she] got half a step." Glory wants to know what Dawn was "doing here with Gentle Ben." Good to see that Glory's been catching up on American TV in between those exhausting bouts of pouting and shopping. Dawn seems surprised that Glory doesn't remember, but Glory expositions that Dawn was talking to Ben, not her. They're interrupted by a security guard, whose neck is quickly snapped by Glory for daring to interrupt. Then the Magnificent Snorificus takes a grip on Dawn's shirt and hauls her off to somewhere quieter.
The gang meets at the cemetery, and Buffy decides that they should probably check the hospital just to move the plot along, since this episode has really been dragging.
Back at which, in some sort of X-ray viewing room (hey, I'm not a doctor), Glory starts pumping Dawn for Key-related info. Dawn decides to play along, asking Glory what the Key looks like. Glory describes it as a bright green swirl, but then amends that it could look like anything at the moment. "Maybe," says Dawn deliberately, "if you told me more about it, I'd know if I've seen it." Glory leans into Dawn, backing her up against the counter, and Dawn thinks that the jig just might be up, but all Glory does is say, "Okay."