Dawn was less than thrilled about having to go down to the med bay. The fact that Tim was going with her, though, made it more bearable. Plus, he was bringing a movie. And if everyone wanted to avoid all the crazy people being loud and excited, then she and Tim would be able to watch the Stooges in the office.
She dawdled, of course. She took her time pulling on jeans and a tank top, while glancing at her cell phone every ten seconds. She knew that they probably hadn't even found Glory yet, but...she still wanted to know what was going on. And she wanted to know that Buffy was okay.
By the time she got downstairs, she steered clear of where the Glory-fied people were being kept, and edged near the office. Spotting Tim just inside the door, she smiled at him and moved a little closer, slipping her hand into his and linking their fingers together.
She then offered a smile at Sharon and Dr Saunders then pointed towards the office. "Can we watch our movie in there?" Hopefully with the door shut. "Also, Ben is supposed to be bringing us coffee. And doughnuts, for everyone." That was a good reason to let her have the office, right?
Dr Saunders was worried, of course, though she was used to the feeling. It wasn't the first time she'd been left behind while everyone else ran off to fight. In fact, the familiarity of it comforted her. It also distracted her from her own identity crisis.
The doctor welcomed the aid of Wyatt, Fred, and Sharon in securing the various mental patients in the complex, and when they had finished, she began pulling some various items off the shelves that she had no doubt they would need later that night: bandages, cotton, alcohol, cleanser, and more. When the teenager, Dawn, came in, she looked over, and couldn't help but smile faintly as she took the hand of her boyfriend. When Dawn asked about going into the office, she gave a nod.
"Of course you can. The remote for the TV/DVD player is in the top left-hand drawer." She smiled at the teenagers fondly.