Suddenly, Kennedy is in the Summers's backyard and it's full daylight. So is Sunnydale getting the shortest night ever because Los Angeles is stuck in the longest one, or something? Ah, fanwanking. The refuge of the desperate and disoriented fan. With all the fanwanking and tortured retconning being performed on the boards about this episode, I really feel that the fans worked much harder on it than the writers did. Can we all get a producer's credit or something? Making sense of an hour of TV shouldn't take so much effort. ["Oh, I agree. My mom did some lengthy complaining about it too, and usually she's the one listening to me bitch about Buffy." -- Ace] Kennedy looks around the yard, and at that moment Willren as Willow storms in through the gate, just like Warren did in "Seeing Red." Willren reenacts Warren's dialogue to Buffy from last season and points her gun at Kennedy, who is a little baffled. Willren shouts, "This is what I am. I made it happen and I'll make it stop," which seems to indicate that she thinks killing Kennedy will break the hex. I'm not sure about that, though. I could be drunk. Wouldn't be the first time this season I had to resort to liquid refreshment to finish a recap. Kennedy wants to know what Willow made happen, which just indicates to me that she hasn't been in Sunnydale long enough to accept that most of the shit that happens there makes no sense whatsoever. Willren explains, "You were there, bitch. You saw it! I killed her!" Her? Him? Her? Him? Everybody's confused about who feels what for killing whom. Kennedy points out that Willren claimed she was present, and asks, "Who did you kill, Willow?" Willren, flashing back and forth between Willow and Warren, waves the gun around and calls Kennedy a slut for tricking her and making her forget. "Tara," deduces Kennedy, with a stump-stupid look on her face. No kidding, dimwit.
Willow regains control slightly and desperately says, "Kennedy. I can't hold on -- he's winning." Never mind what Kennedy says in reply, because it's really not important.