Buffy overtakes Professor Hardass and Riley as they walk down the hall. The Professor tells Buffy to be careful at night because she was attacked by two giant wild dogs. How anyone could mistake those crappy werewolf suits for dogs is beyond me, but whatever. Buffy realizes that Oz must have gotten free. Buffy says that she was just saying hello and runs off to find Giles.
Oz is sitting on his bed perusing the paper to see if he and Veruca killed anyone important last night. I think it's a little early to be looking in the paper, Oz. Willow walks in wearing a low-cut purple blouse, and I guess she's been rummaging around in the stuff Faith left behind because she's also wearing green leather pants. They comment on each other's new looks and Oz explains that "laundry day came and went." Willow hugs Oz and says that she has come to apologize for acting oddly. Oz feigns ignorance to hide his guilt. Willow informs Oz that she's been thinking too much and asks him to help her stop (wink, wink). She kisses him and starts to remove his shirt but he seems reluctant. Oz, presumably to hide his scratches and avoid questioning, declines friskiness because he was up all night and he's tired. I'm sure a lot of the guys (and probably some of the girls) in the viewing audience think that turning down a leather-clad Willow is a big mistake. Willow gets flustered and upset at the sexual rejection and says that she has to go. It sucks when your boyfriend rejects you sexually because he's been sleeping with other women. Ahem, not that I know personally or anything. Oz tries to persuade Willow to stay but she says that she doesn't have much time. What are you saying, Willow? You knew how much time you had when you came over. Is that some sort of slam on Oz's staying power?