Throwaway scene with Dawn and Tara, in which Dawn blatantly attempts to get Tara back together with Willow by manipulating her into staying until someone responsible comes home. Which could be a while, since the last responsible person to live there moved out last week.
Bronze. Band. Close-up of Willow and Amy playing pool. Willow fills Amy in on the Xanya engagement. The camera pulls back to show that Willow and Amy are playing sans stick. Uh. That's not really as dirty as it sounds. They're playing pool, but using magic instead of pool cues. What a waste of magic, if you ask me. More than half the fun of playing pool is chalking up the cue and leaving little piles of blue dust on the rails so that your opponent unknowingly ends up with blue chalk dust all over him- or herself by the end of the night. Hey, my depth perception is pretty terrible. I have to make my own fun. A couple of guys come up. One of them looks like he's Matthew Perry's younger, less-addicted-to-prescription-painkillers, non-hit-show-having brother. The other guy whispers into Amy's ear, and she tells Willow that she's going to dance with the boys. Willow really isn't interested in joining her, but Amy wants to make sure that her friend is having a good time, so she snaps her fingers and a leggy brunette leaves her date at the bar and makes her way towards Willow. The brunette introduces herself, but Willow is a stuttering, sputtering nervous wreck. She makes little "make it go away" expressions at Amy until Amy snaps her fingers again to break the spell. Bree looks confused and wanders back to her date, who looks pissed.