Wesley carries teeny little Fred into her bedroom. That white hat from the flashback is hanging on a coatrack in the corner. Does that signify something? I doubt it. The camera gradually moves in on a mirror over a dresser, so that we can watch Wesley put Fred in her bed. I'm not used to mirrors playing a big role in a scene unless there's a vampire around.
Angel and Spicule ride in the magic jet with its necrofuckingtempered windows. Spicule says he's never flown before. Angel says, "I've been in a helicopter," and then glances out the window and nervously adds, "They don't go this high." Spicule suggests that after saving Fred, they should go to the West End and see a show. This is one of those scenes where it would have been nice to see how worrying over Fred was bringing out everyone's dark side, or whatever the hell it is that's meant to be happening. But instead they're being goofy. Joy. Angel says he hasn't seen Les Misérables, but Spicule snorts, "Halfway through the first act you'll be drinking humans again." Angel gruffs, "I can't lose her," and the plaintive piano plinks as Spicule insists that he won't. Angel whispers, "I lost Cordy." Poor sad...no, I lost interest fifteen minutes ago. Whatever, Angel.
Gunn's on the phones trying to find some healers for Fred. He snaps, "I don't care if the Old Ones scare them! I don't care if the Old Ones kill them -- get their asses down here or you're gonna be in a world of hurt." He adds that he doesn't mean a lawsuit: "I'm talking about bones that go crunch." And then whomever he's talking to hangs up on him. Knox suddenly appears in the doorway, and suggests that they could take Fred to Cryogenics and stop Illyria from doing further damage until they find a cure. Gunn asks if that'll work, and Knox says that they can test it. Do they not even know that Wesley's absconded with Fred? How stupid is Wesley, exactly?