Xander is driving down a dark, foggy highway. Dawn, in the passenger seat, starts to wake up. I notice that Xander put her seatbelt on her. Because dosing someone with dangerous chemicals is no excuse to ignore road safety laws. Dawn is disoriented, so Xander admits to her that he chloroformed her. Understandably, Dawn is rather angry about the experience. She wants to know where they're headed, and Xander just answers, "Away." He then hands her a sealed letter from Buffy. There's a Buffy voice-over as Dawn reads the note; Buffy urges Dawn not to be angry with Xander, and saccharines on about showing Dawn the world and doing everything for her. But hilariously, the sappy voice-over is interrupted by Dawn suddenly tasering Xander right in the neck. Any action that truncates one of Buffy's speeches is okay with me, but we really could've used that taser MUCH earlier in the season. Somehow Dawn pulls the car over, gets Xander into the passenger seat (I assume), and turns around to head back to Sunnydale.
Buffy and Caleb fight. Buffy is her usual Season Seven overly serious self, and Caleb taunts her. The fight is the usual poorly choreographed, unconvincing stuff. Caleb's punches and kicks are so far from looking like they're connecting with Buffy's head that I'm starting to believe he wasn't even on the set at the time. It's like he was down at craft services while SMG flailed around, pretending to get her ass kicked. The Little Red Axe That Could makes high-pitched whining noises when Buffy swings it, which is a little jarring to me, because I associate that sound effect with a much thinner, springy blade like a rapier. Buffy forgets the Important Lesson she learned about dodging just a few hours ago, so Caleb knocks Buffy into the crypt wall and leans down to pick up the axe. At the top of the screen I can see a strange shadow waving back and forth. Shadow of the boom microphone, maybe? Strange. Take a look and see if you can catch it yourselves. Anyway, the fighting continues. The axe doesn't seem to give Buffy any special advantages. Also, it looks like Caleb can wield the axe if he gets his hands on it, which is a little disappointing, considering the inscription Spike and Andrew found at Ajo Sagrado. So Caleb gets a hold of the axe and is about to chop Buffy into little messes when he's stopped by a punch to the jaw. It's Angel, come to save the day.