Cordy, in the same spot, looks around. Anyanka is gone. There are a lot fewer students, and they seem to be in more of a hurry. Cordy touches her stomach, which seems to be healed. She realizes her wish was granted, and surmises that Anya was a "scary, veiny good fairy." Inside, Cordy sees Harmony and the, well, Cordettes. They're all dressed a bit more, shall we say, sensibly, in various dark colors. Harmony, catching sight of Cordy, asks where she's been, and Whitney says she loves Cordy's dress, which is bright blue, by the way, and that it's "so daring." The jock from earlier appears and very politely asks Cordy to the "Winter Brunch." Cordy says she'll get back to him, and he can't believe his good luck. Harm sucks up to Cordy, who asks what the Winter Brunch is.
Class. There are only about eight students, at a glance. Who says public schools are overcrowded? The bell rings. The nervous teacher says there's no class the next day because of the "monthly memorial," and leaves. Everyone starts rushing out. Cordy wonders why, but Whitney says curfew starts in an hour. Cordy ignores that and says she wants to go out, suggesting the Bronze. They look at her like she asked them all to wear tie-dye. Cordy: "Oh! The Bronze isn't cool in this reality! I've got to make these little adjustments." Heh. Although it seems a bit inconsistent that she figured out so quickly that her wish was granted, but had to be hit over the head to realize the consequences of said wish. Harm asks what's going on, saying that Cordy's wearing a "come bite me" outfit and making jokes about the Bronze. Cordy tries to cover by saying that she hit her head, and keeps forgetting stuff. She "casually" tries to ascertain that Xander and Willow are nobodies in this reality. Harm: "Well yeah. They're dead." She rolls her eyes and leaves. Cordy looks nine kinds of "Huh?"
In the empty parking lot, Cordy accosts a grounds man, asking where her car is. He retorts that students aren't allowed to drive, and that she should get in before the sun sets. I wonder why she doesn't think to stop by the library now, but her later comment to Giles makes me realize she never could have expected he'd be there. Also, I assume there was a school bus that she missed or something, because the students certainly couldn't be expected to walk home. Cordy stalks off.