In the Wishverse, VampWillow rematerializes and looks pleased, but Oz runs her into the wooden protrusion again. She manages, "Aw, f --" and disintegrates. Not the same pathos this time around.
School, outside. Buffy asks Willow if she wants to go out that night, but Willow is into being a good little girl. She says her evil self "messed up everything she touched." On cue, Percy walks up and tells her he did the outline for his report. He didn't know which President Roosevelt the assignment was on, so he did one for each of them. Aw. So cute. So dumb. Buffy smirks. Percy gives her a bibliography as well, and asks her to let him know what he did wrong. He leaves, but ducks back to give Willow a shiny apple, then dashes off again. Buffy: "You want to go out tonight?" Willow: "Nine sound good?" Hee. Good clean fun, this episode. Except for all the killing, and the adult themes, and...oh, never mind.
Oh, Season Three -- you're finally finished, via the most labyrinthine route possible. Now I get to tackle Season Two. I know it seems like we've treated it as the redheaded stepchild of the Classics ["three words: 'Inca Mummy Girl'" -- Sars], but it'll be worth the wait, I'm sure. See you there!