Later, Buffy has booked an emergency appointment at a Sunnydale hair salon. She baby-talks a request that the stylist make her "different." Oh, honey, I've tried that approach and it never works. You have to change a lot more than your hair to be different.
Warren, Andrew, and Jonathan are nearby, preparing to invisiray themselves and then watch some bikini waxes at women's spa. I'm a bit confused as to why they aren't already invisible already, though, since rendering yourself invisible on a busy street, and right outside the business you're about to enter, seems quite stupid. But I'm even more confused as to why they would want to watch women getting their bikini lines waxed. I guess it takes all kinds. The stooges panic when they see Buffy exit the salon across the street, and Andrew and Jonathan start a tussle over the invisiray. Warren joins in the struggle, and the ray shoots a stray bolt across the street, zapping the unaware Buffy as well as a nearby dumpster and a few other objects but miraculously not making parts of the sidewalk invisible. And this is why shows like Buffy should stick to magic instead of science. If I can explain it away with "well, that's just magic," I'm fine. But this pseudo-science is going to have me up all night with all sorts of niggling questions about the nature of invisibility.