I enjoyed this one far more than I have the previous two. The classic tale of 'The Three Little Pigs' is familiar to us all and it was quite enjoyable to watch, especially the amusing part in the beginning when the house blew up and the owner announced that his brother had met his end just a month earlier.
Again, Monroe stole the show, as he is by far and away the best actor and he has excellent comic timing. Nick still needs to improve a lot, but I'm hoping he will.
One of the things that is getting a little 'old' is the fact that just about every second person seems to be some kind of creature rather than an actual human being. It's a bit annoying, even Buffy didn't have to deal with this many monsters on a weekly basis!
All in all, not a bad episode. I shall be watching again next week.