Buffy: Weird love is better than no love.
Buffy: So, how's it start?
Giles: I, uh, jump out of the circle, and I jump back in it, and then, um...(sheepishly) I shake my gourd.
Buffy: Oh, I know this ritual. The ancient shamans were next called upon to do the hokey pokey and turn themselves around.
(Giles sighs, awkwardly jumps out of the circle, jumps back in, and shakes his gourd.)
Buffy: And that's what it's all about.
Buffybot: Angel's lame. His hair goes straight up, and he's bloody stupid.
Xander: No one is judging you. It's understandable. Spike is strong and mysterious and sort of compact but well-muscled.
Buffy: I am not having sex with Spike! But I'm starting to think that you might be.
Glory: I am a god.
Spike: The god of what, bad home perms? ... Mark my words, the Slayer is going to kick your skanky, lopsided ass back to whatever place would take a cheap, whorish, fashion-victim ex-god like you.
In short, though I originally thought the Buffybot was the lamest, most shark-jumpy idea I'd seen on the show yet and thus didn't appreciate this episode quite like I should have the first time around, I now am quite tickled. Especially since I know they do use the Buffybot in clever ways crucial to the plot later on, so it wasn't a one-joke wonder.