We switch scenes. No, want more Giles! Sulk. Anyway, in this scene a number of people are holding hands and sitting in a circle on the floor of what looks like the Psych classroom at UC Sunnydale. I guess they had that set in storage in case they ever sent the Scoobs back to college? And then realized they were never going to, because thinking too much is bad, and instead pulled it out for this episode. The room lights are off, but each person wears a glowing crystal. The leader chants, asking some random "Great One" to instill them all "with peace, with strength, with compassion," and other patchouli-scented virtues. The camera circles around the group and finds Kennedy and Willren standing in the doorway. Willren blurts out, "Okay, well, this is new," and catches the attention of the spell-casting group. She then introduces herself, saying she met them freshman year (and letting us all know that this is the Wicca group from Season Four). I thought Willow decided those folks weren't real witches? Why is she seeking out their help now instead of contacting the British coven or going after Giles for help? Alternatively, if she had knowledge that the Campus Wiccans had moved on to actually doing magic, why does she seem so surprised to see them practicing right now? Oh, why ask why? It never gets you anywhere. The Wiccan leader seems to remember Willow, but is understandably confused by the whole boyness that she's now sporting. Then a voice from the circle pipes up, "Um, it's actually her. I can tell."
The speaker stands, and it's Amy. Willren is shaken to see her. Amy very sincerely stutters her way through a speech explaining that she hit rock bottom but has been working on her problems with the help of the Wiccan group. She says she wanted to come find Willow and tell her how much better she was doing. Willren explains that she thinks she's under a glamour and was hoping someone in the group could help her. Amy demurs, "Yeah, see, the thing is we're much more about healing spirits and nurturing our life force here," but then offers help anyway. A little while later, Kennedy and all the Campus Wiccans watch from the classroom chairs as Amy and Willren sit at the front of the room, their hands cupped together holding a crystal. The crystal burns Willren's hand, and we see her outer form of Warren as she jumps up in surprise. "It didn't work?" asks Amy, and we see Willow now, her face twisted in rage. "No it didn't, you dumb bitch!" she shouts, and clouts Amy a good one across the face. Amy's all accusatory: "You slapped me." Willren protests, "No, I didn't. It wasn't me! It was Warren!" Oh, pooh. I bet Willow's been wanting to do that since Amy dosed her last season.