Library. A very quick shot (that they don't linger on; thank you very much for the subtlety) of the small half-moon window behind Giles shows us that it's getting dark. He sits down on the stairs next to Willow, looks at her computer, and notes that there are forty-three churches in Sunnydale, which he says seems excessive. Willow: "It's the extra-evil vibe from the Hellmouth. Makes people pray harder." Giles tells her to see if any of them are closed or abandoned, then checks in with Cordy and Xander, who aren't having any luck researching the assassins they met. In the office, Kendra notes that Cordy and Xander also know that Buffy's the Slayer, and asks if anyone ever explained the concept of a secret identity to her. Yeah -- the same person that explained it to Helena on Birds Of Prey. Kendra picks up a crossbow, and Buffy tells her to be careful with it. Kendra condescendingly says that she's an expert in all weapons. She then fires a bolt into a lamp. Giles calls in to ask if everything's all right. Buffy: "Yeah, it's okay! Kendra killed the bad lamp." Hee. Score one for the Buffster. Kendra, taking a more conciliatory tone, says that the trigger mechanism is different from what she's used to (well, I certainly hope so, unless she's got something against genies as well as vampires) and that perhaps Buffy could show her how to use it when their current campaign is over. Buffy: "When this is over I'm thinking pineapple pizza and teen video movie fest. Possibly something from the Ringwald oeuvre." Hee. Sixteen Candles was certainly one of the best movies ever. Long Duk Dong and John Cusack's second-ever movie appearance? What more could one want? Er, perhaps I should get back to embarrassing other people.
Xander discovers a description of the Buggyman, and says that he can only be killed in his disassembled state. Turning to Cordelia, he explains, "Disassembled. That means when he's broken down into his little buggy parts." Cordy, obviously not in the same hemisphere as her game after snogging Xander, tries to come back by calling him "dorkhead." Giles holds his head.