Back from a break, we're still at the Legion of Dim's lair of dim. Andrew cries into a tissue while Warren figures out that he broke Katrina's neck. Jonathan looks shell-shocked. "What the hell did you do?" he demands, horrified. Warren slams him into a wall and yells that the murder is on all of them. "We have to get rid of it," decides Warren, meaning Katrina's body, and asks if Jonathan can teleport it elsewhere. "No, she's -- it's too big," moans Jonathan. Andrew says he could summon a demon to consume Katrina's body, but the demon would most likely eat them too. Jonathan freaks out that Buffy will figure out they're connected to Katrina's death, since Warren is Katrina's ex. Both Jonathan and Andrew bring up turning themselves in, but Warren will have none of it. After bit of thinking, Warren says he has a plan to take care of both the body and the Slayer at the same time.
At the Bronze, Willow freaks out over Anya and Xander swing-dancing on the dance floor. Look, Willow, I know the trend is a little 1998, but there's no reason for you to act like you've never seen the Lindy before. Willow claims she been clinging to a thread of dignity that swing-dancing at the wedding would eradicate, but I feel we should tell her that her old lady blazer has chased whatever dignity she had far, far away. Buffy, in a drape-necked top and a string tied around her neck in place of jewelry, asks if Willow is still doing okay, but it's pretty obvious that she doesn't really care at all. Apparently, Willow finds not doing magic easier if she's surrounded by others, which causes Buffy to apologize for not being around much, which in turn causes Willow to say that she knows Buffy has been "all tied up," and Buffy looks guilty and I bang myself in the head repeatedly with my laptop. Xanya invite Buffy and Willow to join them on the dance floor. Willow does, but Buffy claims she needs to get another drink. She wanders up to the bar, but then dumps her glass and walks up to the mezzanine level overlooking the dance floor.