Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) finds herself inside Faith's (Eliza Dushku) body and being carted off on a gurney by the police. Having used a mystical Katra to switch her body with Buffy's, Faith marvels at her perfect disguise, mocking Buffy's do-gooder persona in front of the Summers' bathroom mirror. Meanwhile, while the police are transporting "Faith" to jail, a van pulls in front of the squad car, and three men jump out -- members of "the team" from the Watcher's Council -- kidnapping "Faith." Elsewhere, "Buffy," instead of hunting for Adam (George Hertzberg), goes to party at The Bronze. There, she meets Willow (Alyson Hannigan) and Tara (Amber Benson). Assuming they've met up with Buffy, Willow leaves Tara alone with her while she orders drinks. "Buffy" ridicules Tara, making fun of her stutter and telling her how in love Willow is with Oz (Seth Green). Afterwards, Tara tells Willow that Buffy didn't seem like herself. They both devise a spell to switch Buffy and Faith back into their own bodies. Ironically, while Faith is attempting to cause trouble while in Buffy's body, she experiences her first taste of love and kindness, being thanked by a person she saves from a vampire and even making tender love with Riley (Marc Blucas) -- who admits he loves Buffy for the first time. Adam also launches his war on humanity, sending vampires to attack a church, that, luckily, Riley is attending Sunday morning.
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