One of the students jumps out from behind a corner and knocks Wood out with a extinguisher. Fighty fight fight. Andrew films. Wood works the students over with a locker door that's been torn off of its hinges. A Canadian exchange student attacks Buffy with a hockey stick. Buffy and her bizarro Scooby Gang finally run the students off and approach the basement door. Toilet paper is strewn everywhere. That must've been done by the kid who recently transferred from Minnesota. I'm sure that tee-peeing the school passes for "under influence of the purest evil in the universe" in hot dish country. Buffy orders Wood and Spike to stay upstairs to keep their line of retreat clear. Andrew wants to stay too, but she grabs him and pulls him through the door with her. They make their way down the stairs with Andrew narrating and filming. Buffy tells him to cut it out and finally takes his damn camera away. I've been waiting for her to do that for the last thirty minutes. All that Slayer strength and she can't even disarm a hapless nerd? Andrew protests that all he wants to do is show the world what she does. Buffy snaps, "What I do is too important to show the world." Andrew's comic book cliché detectors pick right up on that as a good slogan. Buffy tells him that she's not interested "in a biographer. Especially a murderer." Yeah, I've heard they're better in the sack than behind the camera anyway. Andrew squeaks, "That's not really what happened." Buffy snaps, "You stabbed Jonathan to death. What were you trying to do? Scratch his back from the front?" Hee.
And then we get an Andrew Fantasy Sequence of Andrew's murder of Jonathan in the basement, only in this version Andrew spins a little tale in which he protests and protests but that evil Warren just goads him, and then Jonathan rushes Andrew in anger and almost appears to fall on the knife. After the deed is done, Andrew raises his bloody knife to the sky and screams, "NOOOOOOOOOO." Hee -- I see Tom's tummy. Buffy mentions that she isn't too surprised to hear it; in fact, she saw the Seal possess Wood in a similar fashion earlier today. A light bulb goes off in Andrew's head, and we flash back to a different Fantasy Sequence version of events in which Andrew gets all blank-eye possessed by the Seal. Buffy is outraged that people who are proven MURDERERS might lie. I don't know why. I mean, did you hear the whopper that Spike told her about going to Africa to get a soul? As if. Buffy and Andrew come upon the door to the room with the Seal and hear muted chanting. Buffy warns Andrew that there's something going on in there, so he should be on his guard, and then pushes him in first. I think it was unintentional, but it really cracked me up. We see the chanting students from earlier. The lead guy looks towards Buffy, and we can see that his eyes are sealed shut with fresh Bringer symbols carved into the eyelids. And now the origin of Bringers has finally been explained. They're what happens when the ultimate force for evil and a mystical Seal named Danzig love each other very, very much