Library. Buffy enters, along with Giles and Miss Calendar. Buffy apologizes for beeping them, but Giles tells her she did the right thing, a little too enthusiastically. Miss Calendar picks up on that. "You hated it that much?" Giles hems and haws, and Miss Calendar good-naturedly says he could have just said something. Giles: "Honestly, I've always, I've always, been interested in, in, uh, monster trucks." Hee! You pretty much have to tell that joke with Giles, but it's still hilarious. Buffy can't believe it, but Miss Calendar says she thought it would be a change. Giles thieves the Nobel Prize for diplomacy away from the history teacher as he agrees, "It was a change." Miss Calendar points out that they could have left. Giles: "What, and miss the nitro-burning funny cars? No, couldn't have that." Hee.
Buffy gets them back on track, saying that the vamps were there with a purpose. Although that seems like a reasonable conclusion, I'd point out that it doesn't jive with her attitude in a similar situation in "What's My Line? Part One." She exposits that she sent Ford home, and starts to mention how he killed a vamp, but trails off upon seeing a photograph (I'm not getting into the "can vamps be photographed?" debate here) of Drusilla. Miss Calendar notices Buffy's reaction, and asks what's wrong. Buffy asks Dru's identity, and Giles tells Buffy her name, that she's a "sometime paramour of Spike's," and that she was killed by an angry mob in Prague. Buffy notes that they don't make angry mobs like they used to, and explains that she saw Drusilla with Angel. Miss Calendar suggests they read up on Dru, and Giles is going to fetch a volume from his office when the female vamp from earlier appears in the office doorway. She throws Giles into Buffy, and runs out through the stacks. Giles exclaims that she took one of his books, and Buffy realizes that it was the vamp Ford said he killed.