Later, several fire trucks are outside the lab. Chris tells Buffy why he brought Daryl back, saying he just wanted to look out for him, like Daryl did for him. Aw. I always wanted an older brother, so I'm a sucker for these stories. Angel runs up and interrupts the nice moment to ask if everyone's okay. Buffy affirms that, and Angel has the good grace not to look jealous of Chris. Elsewhere, Giles apologizes to Miss Calendar for their date. She tells him not to worry about it, but warns him never to do anything on a first date that you can't top on the second. Giles picks up on the "date" thing again, and they make goo-goo eyes at each other. I've finally figured out why I like Miss Calendar -- Giles just seems really happy when he's with her. Xander grouses to Willow how everyone's paired off, and they're not, like, we still get it, thanks. He goes on, "Do you ever think that the world's a giant game of musical chairs, and the music's stopped, and we're the only ones who don't have a chair?" Willow smiles. "All the time." Awwww. Cordy interrupts to offer Xander her completely sincere thanks, saying if there's anything she can ever do...Xander: "Do you mind? We're talking here." Cordy pulls a priceless "remind me not to do that again" face and walks away. Xander asks Willow again why she thinks they never get dates. A bit clunky, but funny nonetheless.
Graveyard. Angel and Buffy walk together, Buffy having filled him in on the events of the episode. Buffy espouses the now-relevant sentiment that love makes you do crazy stuff, and Angel takes the opportunity to admit that his jealousy of Xander would qualify. Angel, if it's any consolation, you're now beating him in the segue department. Clever, also, how he implied there that he was in love with Buffy without actually saying it, although I'd expect her to pick up on that. Angela Chase certainly would have. Angel goes on that Xander is in her life, and he gets to be with her in daylight. Buffy modestly says she doesn't look good in direct light. Angel notes that it'll be morning soon. Buffy offers to walk him home, and they tentatively interlace their fingers. Aw. You know, as much as I think most of Angel's arc in Season Three was forced and false, Season Two Angel was the only boyfriend of hers that I thought made sense. They might not have had the initial sizzle of Buffy and Spike, but that wore thin for me awfully fast. Anyway, as Buffy and Angel walk off, the camera pans down to show Daryl's tombstone. You can stop spinning now, Mary Shelley.