Quick shot of Oz and Xander crawling through the air ducts.
Cordy turns off the water, and the kids walk forward. Giles finishes the incantation, and throws the potion at their feet. The bottle shatters, and smoke rises from it. The kids' hair goes weirdly iridescent as they look at each other. They embrace, then morph into a large brown-skinned demon with Vulcan ears, red eyes, and huge teeth. It's not a pretty sight. I'm talking Joan Rivers after three packs of cigarettes and a bottle of Jack Daniels not a pretty sight, you know what I'm saying? Cordy: "Okay, I think I like the two little ones more than the one big one." Hee. I'm just waiting for him to croak, "Station." And don't even try to tell me you haven't seen Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. ["'Reaping burns a lot of calories.'" -- Sars] Joyce is terrified. The demon growls, "Protect us! Kill the bad girls!" Buffy points out that his cover's blown, and struggles against the wooden pole as the demon rushes her. The pole breaks, and she leans over. After a sickening noise, she asks, "Did I get it?" A wider camera shot reveals that the splintered pole went straight through the demon's neck. This clunky moment is thankfully livened up when Oz and Xander fall out of the ceiling, landing on wet books. Xander winces in pain, and Oz explains, "We're here to save you." Hee.
Willow's house. She and Buffy have "magic stuff" laid out on the floor of her room. Buffy asks if Sheila minds that they're doing this, and Willow says Sheila doesn't know about it. "She's doing that selective-memory thing your mom used to be so good at." Buffy: "She forgot everything?" Willow: "No. She remembered the part where I said I was dating a musician." Heh. Buffy asks if they should try the spell again, and Willow says she thinks they'll get it right this time. Buffy lights a mixture of herbs. Willow: "Diana, Hecate, I hereby license thee to depart. Goddess of creatures great and small, I conjure you to withdraw." Crickets chirp. Amy-rat squeaks. Buffy: "Maybe we should get her one of those wheel thingies." Jane Espenson, you can do my throwaway episodes any time. Well, except for Season Six.