"Oh, no, I'm twice the fool it takes to do something like this."
Other than this, the episode is driven mostly by situational humor as various female cast members flirt with Xander. While these, too, contain some character moments, Xander's conflicted feelings toward Buffy and Willow mostly retread familiar territory. More amusing are the scenes involving Drusilla, Jenny Calendar, and Joyce. None of these characters serve much purpose in the story other than to have their moment with Xander and remind us of their continued existence. Likewise Angel and Spike appear but do very little. Much like "Halloween," it's an episode which gets by mostly on the fun of its premise and not on any real drama. And like that episode, it succeeds in that respect pretty much completely. How could the misadventures of Xander be anything but fun?
Overall there's not much to say about the episode, which is not to say I didn't enjoy it. Because I did. But it begins to strain our credulity in terms of people's ignorance of the supernatural goings-on in Sunnydale (especially Joyce).