Outside, Buffy and Giles arrive, and they note that Buffy's hunch must have been correct. Willow rushes up and tells her the werewolf is inside, and Buffy runs in just before the bouncer closes the door, like, nice to leave a seventeen-year-old girl in there by herself, tough guy. She slowly seeks the werewolf, and I'm unduly distracted by the fact that she hasn't taken off her backpack purse. That's gotta restrict her movement. She goes backstage, and after an eternity, the werewolf shows itself. Okay, she's taken off the purse and has gotten some chains out of it, so all is forgiven, I suppose. She throws the chains around the werewolf's neck, but it grabs them and tosses her into the drums, then crashes through a window and escapes. I guess Spike's comment that she's hell on the drums had some truth to it. And speaking of drums, can I get a rim-shot? No? Tough crowd.
Some time later, UnAbel has shown up; he spews some condescending sexist blather, like, try trading some of those teeth for a nuance or two, jerkweed. He gets off a decent mutter about having to deal with "People For The Ethical Treatment Of Werewolves," and bails. Previewing "Becoming Part Two," Giles mutters, "Pillock!" While I was more impressed with his steely resolve in the later episode, I'll opine that the insult is more appropriately applied to UnAbel than Angelus. Giles and Buffy move to leave as well.
In an alley, the werewolf finds a trail of blood. It bumps into Theresa's corpse, and the camera pans up to show Angelus in vamp face. The two growl and snarl and piss at each other until Angelus withdraws. No dialogue, no cry.
In the woods, Buffy, apparently returning to Giles's car from scouting, calls his name. He wakes up with a start. She gives him a little shit for falling asleep, but is interrupted by a radio item about Theresa's death, which they assert is linked to the animal attacks of the night before. Buffy looks upset that she didn't catch the wolf earlier, but Giles assures her they'll find it the next night. "It's nearly sunrise. The werewolf won't be a werewolf much longer."