Andrew begs Anya to teleport the two of them out of there, but there's no room for passengers on the Emerson Express. Andrew is still confused, thinking that he's done nothing wrong at all. Jonathan attempts to reset Andrew's moral compass for him.
Buffy kicks open the door and runs to the cell holding the two nerds.
Back on the street, Cruella D'Will has apparently taken enough time to slowly and meticulously create a big hole in the wall and is now ready to fly through the air and perch upon it. She enters to find an empty cell, the bars bent out of shape just enough to allow the Duo of Dim to escape. Anya, however, has decided to stick around and try to talk some sense into Willow. Willow responds by jolting her with a large dose of CGI lightning. Cruella D'Will turns towards the camera and lets out a high-pitched bat scream. Sigh. If a witch screams in a really boring episode, does that mean I have to stick around to hear it?
Commercials. This is a test of the Emergency Snorecast System. Everything operational.
Outside, Andrew reacts painfully to Willow's scream. Buffy decides that their only chance is to run. Fortunately, Xander pulls up just then in a patrol car. Buffy calls shotgun, but Xander starts putting the pedal to the metal before Buffy really has a chance to get in. Probably to get back at her for leaving him in the woods.
Buffy looks behind them nervously to see if Willow is on their tail before asking Jonathan and Andrew if they're okay. She tells them that they're going to find somewhere safe to stick them until they can deal with Willow. Jonathan and Andrew grumble a bit, but Xander tells them that if they don't knock off the bickering, he's going to "pull this car over and you can just walk to your painful deaths from here." Jonathan asks the question that's been on everyone's mind, namely why doesn't Willow just snap her fingers and kill these two dolts. For some reason, Buffy spares Jonathan the truth that they have another hour and forty-five minutes of season finale to fill, and instead tells him that it's not that Willow wants them dead -- it's that she wants to kill them. Andrew again insists, "But we didn't do anything." Buffy thankgodfully smacks him. Xander asides to Buffy that Jonathan has a point: "Why isn't she right here, right now?" Xander! Were you not listening? I just told you! It's called filler. And boy, does this episode have it in spades. Blah blah blah. Jonathan can't believe "that was Willow," the Willow of the homemade lunches and the flood pants, the Willow he's known since childhood.