Ace: What's up with Kennedy's pants? I mean, you couldn't see them too well in that scene, but in general they suck.
Sep: I have no idea what you're talking about. So many other things bother me about Kennedy that I never bothered to notice her pants.
Ace: They never fit! She's always swimming in three extra feet of inseam. It's like they put her in Michelle Trachtenburg's wardrobe or something. You're teeny-tiny and even your pants always seem to fit.
Sep: Oh, thank you. It's so kind of you to recognize my continual struggle to pass as a real live human despite the crippling handicap of being below average in height.
Britboy: I know her secret! She buys capris and wears them as normal trousers.
Sep: One of you needs to shut your scone-hole and the other one needs to get back to recapping.
Ace: I'll get right on that, as soon as the spasms of laughter allow me use of my fingers again.
Buffy and Wood study blueprints of the school. They're still talking about how Buffy has seen all sorts of supernatural events at the high school. I'm surprised that Wood is so amazed, because I thought that was why he maneuvered to end up at Sunnydale High. Why is he being played as both an insider (kills vampires, impressive weapons collection, Slayer mother, raised by a Watcher) and an outsider ("What, Buffy, you say there are supernatural forces at work here? Shocking!")? Buffy speculates that the Seal of Danzig is causing the increased supernatural activity at the school. She suggests, "All the Hellmouth energy [is] trying to escape in that one little spot and it's getting all --" "Focus-y," finishes Wood. Buffy warns him about starting to talk like her, and they share a moment.
Back at the Summers place, Andrew is preparing to interview Anya and Xander together. Andrew says he's thinking of calling his project "Buffy The Slayer Who Knew No Fear," which Xander approves of. "Thank you, Xander, that's so sweet of you," replies Andrew, before picking up a notepad and slipping into a new persona as interviewer/shrink to Xander and Anya. Andrew's first question concerns Xander leaving Anya at the altar. After a little dissembling of the "what does that have to do with anything" variety, Anya wants to know what Xander has to say for himself one year after jilting her, and Xander explains that he's apologized enough for the incident. Desperately trying to learn about these things humans call "codes of morality," Andrew asks if Xander leaving Anya was "the right thing to do." Anya says no, but Xander insists that it was, because he felt marrying her "would have been against everything [he] thought was best." Anya protests that she and Xander still "spark," and then says that Xander still loves her. "Is that true, Xander? Do you still love her?" interjects Andrew, all concerned professional. Long pause.