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With Buffy dealing with the loss of Angel, Cordelia is frustrated with Xander, and Willow yearns to develop a more affectionate relationship with Oz.
Meanwhile, a werewolf is on the loose in Sunnydale, and the Scoobies race to find out who it is. They must stop the creature, not just from others, but also for its own sake, as a hunter aims to kill it to sell its pelt.
This episode scored a 6.4/10 in the ratings.
This episode ranked 2nd out of 14 WB shows for the week.
This episode scored a 4.9 in the fast nationals.
Ranked 85 out of 109 prime time shows.
Guest star Jack Conley would later portray recurring character Sahjhan (primarily during Season 3) on Angel.
Larry: I would love to get me some of that Buffy and Willow action, if you know what I mean.
Oz: That's great, Larry, you've really mastered the single entendre.
Willow: Great. I'll give Xander a call. What's his number? Oh, yeah, 1-800-I'm-Dating-A-Skanky-Ho.
Giles: You see, the werewolf, uh, is such a potent, extreme representation of our inborn, animalistic traits that it emerges for three full consecutive nights: the full moon, and, uh, the two nights surrounding it.
Willow: Quite the party animal.
Giles: Quite. And, it, uh, acts on pure instinct, no conscience. Predatory and - and aggressive.
Buffy: In other words, your typical male.
Xander: On behalf of my gender: Hey!
Giles: Yes, let's not jump to any conclusions.
Buffy: I didn't jump. I took a tiny step, and there conclusions were.