When dealing with the Hellmouth one can never be sure what will happen next, but there’s one truth that’s a constant no matter what happens – everyone dies. Angel’s time in hell is interrupted by a mysterious visitor, The Mayor keeps his word and, in the end, everyone dies.
by Paul Maki
A mysterious young man who claims to have powers heads towards Sunnydale with Wolfram and Hart close on his heels. But who is he really, and can he truly help find Buffy for the Scooby Gang?
In this episode we learn why you should never underestimate the chicken, what a late night call from Spike sounds like, and some people get recast. What? You want more? Do you know how hard these episode descriptions are to write? Just listen to the episode and then you’ll know what it’s about. Seesh. I give and I give… and it’s NEVER enough for you people.
After being confronted (accidentally) by Xander, Larry explores his sexuality while saving the world. Once. Meanwhile, Spike and Drusilla’s trip continues down it’s downward spiral and Cordelia begins her trip home.
Better Safe than Sorry in Sunnydale
by Sue O’Donovan & Beth Nelson
Pat invites Joyce to join her book club and they seem to be other than normal. A strange disappearance seems to confirm Joyce’s suspicions. Can the scoobies help her save Kelly in time? Meanwhile Tara deals with her family and her mother’s death.
Willow’s magic spell backfires with unusual results, leading to the touching lament of Buffy’s absence by someone special. Across the sea, Wesley struggles to find himself outside of his father’s oppression.