Buffy is forced to finally admit to her friends that they pulled her out of heaven—not hell as they believed. Buffy is patrolling in a cemetery at night, but there is something wrong with her and with the demons and vampires she meets and kills: they are all singing and dancing.
Buffy sings about her life after returning to Earth, and the way she feels detached from it ("Going Through the Motions").
Later Tara sings a love song to Willow about the difference she's made in her life ("Under Your Spell").
Xander and Anya sing together about things they would otherwise have never told themselves or each other, namely their fears about their coming marriage ("I'll Never Tell"), and Spike sings to Buffy about the torturous nature of their relationship ("Rest in Peace").
, Alyson Hannigan, who played Willow, and Amber Benson (Tara) shared their memories of the story arc and their feelings about making a lesbian romance a prominent part of the series.
Alyson Hanningan and Amber Benson Bring Same Sex Love to shares, the romances were as important as anything else going on in the series.
I was totally scared of her when she was all Glory-ed out..she's like one of the loveliest human beings ever in real life.