Library. Oz is working on a crossbow when Giles exclaims that he's found a reference to the pendant, saying it's a symbol of Anyanka. Oz: "I don't think I know her." At least some things never change. Giles explains that Anyanka is a "patron saint of scorned women." That's a little less severe than "vengeance demon." He tells them what Cordy said to him before she was killed. Larry: "Okay, the entire world sucks because some dead ditz made a wish?" Giles reluctantly nods. Larry: "I just want to be clear." They needed this guy on the show more often. Although, from what I've read, the actor's views on homosexuality make Kerr Smith's look progressive, so maybe I'll retract that statement. Giles says he needs to research Anyanka further with some volumes that he has at home. Oz: "Watch your back."
Giles drives home. He sees some vamps loading several people into a large truck. The words "Sunnydale Loves Recycling" are written on the side of the truck, which in the context of the factory is both clever and hilarious. Giles hastily grabs a large cross and stake and gets out. He fends off the vamps with the cross, and instructs the people to run, which they do. He turns to head back to his car, but a vamp hits him in the face with one of the truck doors, and he falls to the ground. Two vamps set upon him, but we hear another vamp combust off-screen. Yet another vamp goes flying into the picture, and the two holding Giles rush into the fray. A little more off-screen-fu, and it's just Giles. "Just Giles!" Who wouldn't go see that? He looks up. The camera pans up a sensible outfit of dark green cargo pants, a black jacket, and a gray tank top. Giles: "Buffy Summers?" We see Buffy, hair pulled back in a braid, with a mean-looking scar on her upper lip. "That's right. Want to tell me what I'm doing here?" She makes Faith look sunny and sweet, I tell you what.