Synopsis by Brian J. Dillard
Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Anya (Emma Caulfield), and Xander (Nicholas Brendon) rush through the woods, aghast that power-mad Willow (Alyson Hannigan) has just murdered Warren (see "Villains"). Certain that the grief-stricken Wiccan is on her way to kill Andrew (Tom Lenk) and Jonathan (Danny Strong), Anya teleports to their jail cell to save the surviving super-nerds. Willow arrives, decimating both the cops and the police station, but the geeks escape in a police car with Buffy and the Scoobies. A high-speed chase ensues as Willow commandeers a semi-truck, riding it like a magical chariot. Eventually, though, her powers fizzle out and the others escape. As Buffy, the gang, and the nerds hole up at the Magic Box, Dawn (Michelle Trachtenberg) convinces Clem (James C. Leary), her demonic babysitter, to accompany her to the magical den of iniquity run by the sinister Rack (Jeff Kober -- see "Wrecked"). They arrive just as Willow is draining the supernatural pusher of his powers, leaving him dead and Willow once again super-powerful. Dawn touts her own love of Tara to the slain Wiccan's lover, momentarily sidelining Willow's rage. But the witch lashes out at her young friend -- and at Buffy, who arrives ready to fight. Willow transports the entire melee to the magic shop, where only Anya's chanting protects Jonathan and Andrew from Willow's wrath. As Buffy and her best friend duke it out, the nerds escape under Xander's supervision. Just as it appears that Willow will totally demolish Buffy, Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) arrives and floors Willow with a single incantation. Meanwhile, in Africa, Spike (James Marsters) completes the first in a series of mystical trials in order to become "like he was" and give Buffy "what she deserves." Originally broadcast May 21, 2002, on UPN, "Two to Go" marked episode 121 of the cult-favorite series. The season finale, "Grave," aired immediately afterward.