In the kitchen, Tara and Willow run into each other while Tara is making a bit of breakfast. They discuss how strange the situation is. "It's like I wanna leave. But I don't want to." Uh. Anyone sensing a theme here?
Spuffy continue to fight in the hallway. They quickly discover that they actually can't leave when Buffy attempts to storm out the front door. Cut to everyone standing around the living room while they try to figure out the situation. Willow suggests throwing themselves at the door as a group, but nothing comes of it. Richard Red Shirt frets about his job, Anya that she won't be there to open Der Zauber Kasten, but Sophie doesn't mind staying because all she's got to look forward to is slinging hash at the Doublemeat. Buffy says, "We all have places that we'd rather be." Dawn takes this incredibly personally because she's a teenager and snots, "Because being stuck in here with me. That would really suck, right?" Willow tries to explain that the reason they want to leave has nothing to do with Dawn, but rather that they all have "more important" things to do. "Yeah. Important. Whatever that means, right?" snips Dawn. Yes, Dawn, important things like going to work to keep you in shampoo and knee-high leather boots, you ungrateful twerp. Dawn flounces upstairs and y'know? I'd really like to make it through JUST ONE recap without having to use the words "flounce," "storm," "stomp," or "stamp."
Dawn throws herself on the bed. Everyone follows her. The rest of this scene is so excruciatingly painful to recap that I'm going to only recap the recap. Dawn is upset that people seem to be suspecting her of doing something to keep them all in the house, and is the biggest, hugest, whiniest, and most annoying brat I've ever seen. She shrieks at all of them, "Get out, GET out, GET OUT!" Michelle, honey? There's a vocal range in between speaking and shrieking. It's called "shouting," and is also useful for expressing strong emotion. Ask your acting coach to tell you about it.