Giles starts to open his front door and finds a red rose propped against it. He enters, calling for Jenny, and finds wine chilling and opera (Puccini's La Boheme) on the phonograph. Against the wine bottle is a note that simply reads "Upstairs." Giles grabs the wine and glasses and walks slowly up the stairs, which are strewn with roses and small votive candles. The opera music crescendos as Giles climbs. We see his shy anticipatory smile turn to horror as he spots Jenny's corpse laid out on his bed, her open eyes staring at nothing. The wine glasses drop and shatter. Dammit. I'm terribly allergic to something here. My eyes just won't stop watering.
Later, Giles stands and stares, a horrified blank expression on his face. Police lights flash across his face as the authorities wheel Jenny's body out of his apartment. A policeman tells Giles he'll need to come to the station to answer a few questions, and the stunned Giles agrees, saying he just needs to make a call first.
Angelus voiceover: "Passion is the source of our finest moments. The joy of love, the clarity of hatred, and the ecstasy of grief." We see that he is peering into Buffy's house, where Buffy and Willow are walking through the dining room. Inside the house, the phone rings. Buffy answers and looks happy for a second -- then her face crumples and she looks shocked and miserable. Angelus peers intently, savoring every moment. Buffy silently hands the phone to Willow, who listens, then cries, "What? No! No!" Behind her, Buffy slumps down the wall to the floor. Angelus smirks wickedly. Joyce runs in and hugs the sobbing Willow, and Buffy rests her teary face on her knee. No, I told you I am not crying. Someone at work had pink-eye and they must have given it to me.