In the girls' bathroom, Cordelia walks up to (what else?) the mirror. After setting her candle and flashlight on the shelf, she pulls the bandage off of her cheek and inspects the tiny, tiny fang wounds that look about as threatening as the red Crayola marker dots that they are.
Cut to Buffy walking down another hall. The strains of "I Only Have Eyes For You" float through the air. She walks towards the sound through a set of double doors. Further down, she sees a poster advertising the Sadie Hawkins Dance of '55. She peers through the window and sees James and Grace slow dancin'. Sigh...statutory rape is so damn romantic. ["It worked on Dawson's Creek." -- Sars]
Cafeteria. Xander. Snakes.
Willow walks up a short flight of stairs and pauses on the landing, glancing worriedly around her.
Buffy is still watching James and Grace dancing. As they sway and slowly turn to the music, Buffy sees that James's face is all green and rotted. Buffy stares back in shock, and the couple disappears.
In the bathroom, Cordelia retrieves her compact and after fumbling through her purse she looks back up in the mirror. One entire side of her face is in the early stages of Freddy Krueger disease. Heh. I have to say that the poltergeist sure knows the best way to get under Cordelia's skin.
Back to Willow. She sets her black taper on the floor, and the linoleum starts to swirl like quicksand. A green demon bit reaches up and grabs her leg, pulling her into the floor. She grabs the stair rail and starts screaming at the top of her lungs for Giles. He hears her cries and takes off running, shouting, "Where are you?" Willow loses her grip on the railing and has almost sunk completely when Giles turns the corner into the student lounge and sees her. He clambers up the stairs and grabs onto her arm and begins pulling. The pit is winning. Ever so slowly, Giles manages to free Willow, and the force of Giles's exertion cannonballs her into Giles and they tumble down the stairs.
At the balcony, Buffy decides to put on her scapula. She seems to be distracted by something in the distance, and then she has a vision of James chasing Grace into the hall. He yells at Grace to stop and she turns to face him. She tells him to calm down, but as James is shaking the gun at her, it fires. Grace's hands fly to her chest and cover the bullet wound. She pulls her hand away and gapes at the blood on her hand. James walks into the band room and puts on a record. Crying, he raises his gun to his head and pulls the trigger. Then we're back with Buffy on the balcony as rotty James grabs her and orders her to "get out!" Poor confused 'geist. If he doesn't want her there, why did he show her the yearbook? He fades, and Buffy takes a few stunned steps backwards.