Typing Monkeys: How dumb do they think we are?
Couch Baron: I know. Like the goo and the hand twitch weren't enough.
Typing Monkeys: We could write a shooting script better than this in ten minutes, blindfolded.
Miss Calendar says that her head is "throbbing," as Buffy comes back in and tells him she lost Ethan. She asks what's going on, but Giles declares that it's "private." Buffy, admirably resisting the urge to slap him, asks him again what the Mark of Eyghon is, but he snaps at her and drags Miss Calendar off. Buffy steels her jaw and tells the Scoobs they have work to do. She sends Willow to the computer and Xander to check out Giles's personal files. Cordy hops down from the counter with a friendly and expectant smile. Buffy: Blank stare. Cordy pipes up that she cares about Giles too, so Buffy tells her to help Xander. Cordy: "Well, when I say 'care,' I mean..." Buffy's not amused, and Cordy comes around.
Chez Giles. Miss Calendar thanks him for bringing her there, as she's not ready to be home alone yet. Actually, if I've been following the timeline correctly, it's about time to start playing Watcher and Servant, if you know what I mean. You should see the effect Depeche Mode has on Giles. Also, Miss Calendar's drinking, so she must be evil. Giles apologizes for getting her hurt, and says that he should bring her home, as he's not safe to be around. I know I shouldn't find that sexy. Miss Calendar doesn't seem worried, and really, why would she be, even if she weren't housing a floppy-eared demon?
Willow has a breakthrough about the Mark: Eyghon, also called the "Sleepwalker," can only exist in this reality by possessing an unconscious host. Temporary possession gives the host a high; permanent possession is less pleasant, leading to Eyghon being "born from within the host." Is that like Alien? Willow goes on that, once called, Eyghon can take possession of the dead, but its demonic energy soon disintegrates the host, and it must "jump" to the nearest dead or unconscious person to continue to exist in this plane. The kids quickly figure out that Eyghon must have jumped to Miss Calendar.
Jeneyghon pulls the phone wire out of the wall. Giles, in the kitchen, asks what the noise was, but she claims not to have heard anything. He gives her a cup of tea, and says that after she drinks it, he'll drive her home. Miss Calendar has a better idea: hot monkey love.
Typing Monkeys: "Hot monkey love"? Where?
Couch Baron: Um, it's just an expression.
Typing Monkeys: You'd better watch it with those. We're not kidding.
Couch Baron: It's just a little monkeyshine.
Typing Monkeys: Okay, that does it. You must be punished.
Couch Baron: Oh yeah! Do your blurst!
Typing Monkeys: We're gonna tie you up and put an Amy Yip movie on continuous playback.
Couch Baron: NOOOOOOO!