Everyone is uncomfortable and unsure of what comes next. Dawn walks across the stage and sings, "Where do we go from here?" Huh? But the demon is gone. Why are they still singing? Did he forget to flip off the spell when he left? This had better not go on too long. I have no patience for people who communicate through song while not under the influence of the supernatural. Back to the action. Everyone is confused. They all line up and hold hands so it will make a better visual when they sing, "Understand we'll go hand in hand but we'll walk alone in fear," and then break away in separate directions. Afterwards, it's time for a dramatic hand-sweeping gesture. Spike notices exactly what he's doing right in the middle of said gesture and snots, "Bugger this." He takes off. However, Buffy has followed him into the alley. He tells her to go back inside and "get [her] kumbaya-yas out." Buffy says that she doesn't want to. Spike peeves, "The day you suss out what you do want there'll probably be a parade." Buffy starts singing again about how she's got nothing left inside. Spike is all, "I'm dead, dude." They start towards each other, and then she smashes her lips onto his. Y'know, I almost feel I shouldn't say anything, because I know how long a lot of people have been looking forward to this, but -- bleeeech! Aside from my reservations about the advent of a Spuffy/Bike romance, Spike looks like a terrible kisser. Seriously. He looks as if he's nursing or chewing on a particularly fatty piece of meat. Yeesh. The curtains close on an image of Spike and Buffy smacking lips that I'm sure will be burned into my brain for all eternity.