What's My Line? (Part 2)
What's My Line? (Part 2)
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Buffy freaks as Kendra
identifies herself as the Slayer. They realize that Kendra was summoned
as the new Slayer when Buffy died -- temporarily drowned, that is. Kendra,
too, knows that evil is coming. Near death at daybreak, Angel is dragged
from the cell by the guy from the bar -- he dumps him in a sewer and turns
him over to Spike and Drusilla. When the new moon comes that night, they
will perform the ritual they figured out from the transcriber and Angel
Giles seems to be bonding
with Kendra, making Buffy feel left out. Now that there's a spare slayer,
Buffy considers giving up the business. At Buffy's house, Cordelia chats
merrily with the cosmetics guy until she realizes he has bugs crawling
all over him. He turns into a huge pile of them, sending Cordelia and Xander
into hiding, and they fight over what to do. In the heat of the argument,
they kiss passionately (?!). They manage to escape and speed off in Cordy's
car. At Sunnydale High, Willow chats with Oz, her male computer nerd counterpart,
about their similar Career Fair paths. A police woman supervising the fair
suddenly opens fire on Buffy and accidentally shoots Oz, but Kendra comes
to Buffy's rescue. When the gang assembles in the library, Giles announces
he's figured out the ritual: Angel will die that night. Buffy and Kendra
go to the bar to try to get help finding Angel, but Kendra bails, convinced
that Angel is evil. Meanwhile, Drusilla is having a field day with her
ex-tormentor Angel, dousing him with holy water and watching him writhe
in pain. The Bar Guy leads Buffy to the church, which is filled with evil
Tenaka bounty hunters. Buffy watches in horror as Drusilla holds onto the
tied-up Angel, sapping his power. As the policewoman assassin goes to shoot
Buffy, Kendra enters to save her. Willow, Xander, Cordelia and Giles burst
in and help, too. Xander and Cordelia wait for Bug Guy to, well, bug out,
then they pour glue all over him and stomp on the helpless creatures. Buffy
releases Angel, but Spike sets the room on fire and grabs Dru. Before they're
able to escape, Buffy hurls something at them and sends them crashing into
a huge organ, squooshing them both. The charm-free Kendra leaves town,
and Buffy is the Number One Slayer once again. But all is not well. Emerging
from the rubble in the church is Drusilla, now fully vamped out and strong
enough to carry the injured Spike to safety. She's back, and she's bad.
Random Quotage:Personal question?
When Buffy was a vampire, you weren't still, like, attracted to her, were you?
Willow, how can you... I mean, that's really bent! She was... grotesque!
Still dug her, huh?
I'm sick, I need help.
Don't I know it.
-Willow and Xander (Nightmares)
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