Cut to a run-down-looking house. A male hand slides a tape into a VCR. We see his legs walk around a cage, which contains a hairy demon-like creature on all fours. In addition to being caged, its head is held in place so it's forced to see the TV. It growls menacingly and shakes the cage.
A church in daylight. A priest performs a marriage ceremony. It's for Buffy and Angel. As the camera swings around to show them from the front, the church music kicks up to drown out the priest. Buffy looks beautiful in a traditional white dress and veil. Angel, in a black suit, looks great as well, although the white tie wouldn't have been my choice. They exchange rings, and he lifts the veil and kisses her. They smile at each other. They turn to walk out, and a full shot shows that the lower part of Buffy's dress is enormous. It's a bit distracting, considering how serious this scene is. They walk toward the entrance. Angel looks nervous at approaching the sunlight. Quick shot of the stained glass windows, and they step outside. Angel squints and hesitates as Buffy walks into the light. Angel follows her, and we hear something start to burn. Creepy music kicks in as the camera shifts to a terrified Buffy. Fire erupts from her chest and the bottom of her dress. She calls Angel's name, but is quickly completely on fire. Angel looks absolutely horror-stricken as Buffy incinerates. The effects were kind of fake-looking, but I didn't care. It was one of the scariest things I've ever seen on the show. Angel wakes up, panting.
Sewers. Angel helps Buffy down through a hole in the ceiling. Exposition that they're following a vampire. Buffy mentions that Angel hasn't gotten a tuxedo yet, but he shirtily tells her to keep her mind on the job. The vamp drops down from the ceiling. Buffy: "Not now." She dusts him. Hee. She goes on that every time she brings up the prom, Angel gets grouchy. How can she tell? He struggles with his thoughts (insert "Angel struggling with his thoughts" joke here), and tells her they need to talk, but not now. She tells him to spill it, and that he's scaring her. He says that he's been thinking about their future, and that the more he does, the more he thinks that their being together is unfair to her. Buffy refers again to "Choices," saying that he shouldn't listen to what the Mayor said, because he's the bad guy. Angel says the Mayor was right, and I'm forced to agree. One of the perks of being evil is that you can tell people the truth without worrying about sparing their feelings.