Library. VampWillow comes to, and seeing her outfit, she mutters, "This is like a nightmare." Just be glad this episode didn't happen in Season Four. The thought of VampWillow dressed in one of those hippy earth-mother Wiccan dresses makes me giggle, though. Cordy enters in a retina-burningly sparkling dress, looking to make Wesley cream his pants like a schoolboy. VampWillow gets her attention, and pulls out her name from the depths of her memory. Cordy asks if she locked herself in. VampWillow: "Yeah. Let me out. 'Cause I'm so helpless." Alyson Hannigan was phenomenal this episode, I must say. She not only played Willow and VampWillow, but also Willow pretending to be VampWillow and vice versa -- all perfectly. Cordy goes to get the spare key, but right as she's about to open the cage, says that this is a good opportunity for them to talk. "What could we talk about...hey! How about the ethics of boyfriend-stealing?" VampWillow looks like she realizes that she's about to learn the true nature of hell.
Willow tries to tell Eight Fingers and Anya that she doesn't feel like killing right now, as it wouldn't be enough of a challenge. Anya finally smells a rat, and calls Willow out as a human.
Library. Cordy has taken a seat and made herself a hot drink. VampWillow, hanging against the cage, looks like she'd welcome another round with the tranquilizer gun. Cordy is saying that she knew Xander was a loser, but that Willow still shouldn't have done what she did. Noticing Willow's intent gaze, she asks if she's got something on her neck. VampWillow: "Not yet." Hee. VampWillow apologizes for the Xander thing. Cordy says she should leave her in there, but she won't. "You will just have to think of a way to pay me back sometime." VampWillow vamps out. "How about dinner?"