|"Two to Go"|
|Air date||May 21st, 2002|
|Producers||Marc David Alpert; David Solomon; Gareth Davies; David Greenwalt; Douglas Petrie; Jane Espenson; David Fury; Sandy Gallin; Gail Berman; Fran Rubel Kuzui; Kaz Kuzui; Joss Whedon; Marti Noxon; John F. Perry|
|Starring||Sarah Michelle Gellar; Nicholas Brendon; Emma Caulfield; Michelle Trachtenberg; James Marsters; Alyson Hannigan|
"Two to Go" is the twenty-first episode of season six of the supernatural action series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the 121st episode of the series overall. It was directed by Bill Norton with a script written by Douglas Petrie. It first aired on UPN on May 21st, 2002.
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|Sarah Michelle Gellar||Buffy Summers|
|Nicholas Brendon||Xander Harris|
|Emma Caulfield||Anya Jenkins|
|Michelle Trachtenberg||Dawn Summers|
|Amber Benson||Tara Maclay|
|Alyson Hannigan||Willow Rosenberg|
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|Danny Strong||Jonathan Levinson|
|Tom Lenk||Andrew Wells|
|Anthony Stewart Head||Rupert Giles|
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|Steven W. Bailey||Cave demon|
|Damian Mooney||Patrol cop|
|Michael Younger||Truck driver|
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