We never learn why Richard favors that particular digit, because Tom enters and throws Richard off Buffy. After a bit of chivalrous misdirection, Tom reveals that Buffy is there solely for "the pleasure of the one we serve." Richard hesitantly responds, "In his name." Tom says that goes for the other one too. The camera pans right to reveal that Cordy is passed out next to the bed. I guess you could call her "Snore-delia." The sad thing is, I thought of that one weeks ago, and this is the best opportunity I'm likely to have to use it. Sorry. I think I'll steer attention away from my incredibly lame joke by pointing out a teeny tiny plot hole in this episode. I can accept that the frat boys kidnapped Callie without anyone finding out about it. Fine. But tons of people knew that Buffy and Cordy were coming to this party -- together, for God's sack. Wouldn't it be a little too suspicious? Wouldn't the boys have picked a target that wouldn't, you know, lead directly to themselves? So that's my teeny tiny plot hole. And by "teeny tiny," I mean "visible from space."
In the library, Giles prints out what I presume is a police report on Callie. No one has seen or heard from her in over a week, and that's enough for Giles to decide that calling Buffy is a good idea. Willow desperately plays the sick mother card, and Giles says he'll wait until they know more. Unfortunately, Willow immediately discovers that some other girls went missing a year ago, almost to the day. This screams "ritual killing," and Giles says he needs to know where Buffy found the bracelet. Wouldn't that have come up at some point earlier? Thinking quickly, Willow tells Giles to call Angel, as he was there when Buffy found it, and they could use the help. Giles, somehow failing to detect Willow's ulterior motive, looks convinced.