The lines were the same–but the weight was different: “Glad to see you’ve seen the softer side of Sears”? Both pilots have the line, both pilots have a frumpy Willow.
Her weight meant they couldn’t just redress her and pass her off as sexy in classic teen movie style though.
I liked some aspects of the unaired pilot better–it had a lot of the same self-conscious camp of the movie with the dialogue and fighting. But some of it was just clunky and too self-conscious: I thought Willow was going to start singing something from A Chorus Line when she sat down in the spot on stage. So many high school theater references can’t help but give you an amateur taste in your mouth. (Speaking of tastes in the mouth, I really liked the other principal and his Bunny/Betty/Wilma? schtick and other lines. But I would have become too attached and been realy upset when they ate him later, so it’s all good.)
Also, that pilot was such a one-off, better to have more substance and setup, esp. when it’s kind of cheezy and schticky, you have more people saying, “yeah, it wasn’t that good, but let’s see what happens anyway. I hope that Cordelia chick gets her face ripped off.”